he Guard of Honor composed of
versity of Michigan students which
to escore President Emeritus An-
L, President Hutchins, the alumni,
. the various representatives from
er universities, will form on State
et this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
'he seniors wearing their caps and
ins and lined up according to the
er followed in the "swingout" will
e their places and form a line on
h sides of the street. The senior
will assemble in front of the Mich-
n Union, the Engineers will gather
t south of them towards Ferry
d, next will come the laws, etc. The
iors will form in line near Monroe
eet, the sophomores near Hill, and
freshmen in the vicinity of Arbor
eet. The custom observed during
ingout" of having the girl members
I their respective classes will be
owed this afternoon.
.fter the adjournment of the meet-
of the Alumni Association in Me-
rial Hall, the procession will be
rted at once. President Emeritus
Bell, President Hutchins, and the
ns and regents, together with offi-
. guests of the university, will lead
way in carriages. They will be
owed by members of the Alumni
/'hen the alumni have marched past
Union, the seniors will follow and,
the last of the seniors pass, the
iors will fall in and become a part
he parade. This arrangement is to
continued until all the undergrad-
es are in line.
aptain Sealby has been appointed
rshall of the day, and he urges that
all students who are in Ann Arbor
take part in the parade.
As seats for the Michigan-Pennsyl-
vania ball game may be reserved be-
fore the procession starts, no one need
stay out of the procession for fear of
not obtaining a good seat.
REGISTRATION FOR SUMMER
SCHOOL IS NOW IN ORDER.
Summer school for aspiring legal
lights started Monday and is now in
full swing. About the usual number
of students have already registered in
the department of Law. The enroll-
ment to date is 113, and is slightly
greater than the enrollment of the
corresponding time last year. It is
expected that more will enter with
the opening of the other departments
The registration of the lit depart-
ment began June 24. A schedule of
the hours for registration in the de-
partments whose summer sessions
start next week follows:
Literary department; June 28 and
29, 9-12 a. m., and 2-4 p. m.; July 1 and
2, 8-12 a. m., and 2-5 p. m. Thereafter,
10-12 a. m. daily. Registrar's office.
Engineering department; June 28
and 29, and July 1, 1-5 p. m. Secre-
Department of Medicine; June 28
and 29, 10-12 a. m., and 2-4 p. nx;
July 1, 9-12 a. m., and 2-5 p. m.
Pharmic department; June 28 and
29, and July 1, 10-12 a. m.,; and 2-5
CAMP AT DOUGLAS LAKE
TO HAVE 62 ENGINEERS.
A job lot of i
be closed out at
m and Basket
Fifty junior and twelve senior civils
will answer the roll call at Camp Bo-
gardus on the morning of July 1. The
camp as heretofore will be situated
on Douglas Lake. After the first few
weeks of practice in the fundamentals,
special instruction will be given in
Railroad, Hydraulic and Municipal En-
gineering. Both Prof. C. T. Johnston,
director of the camp, and Prof. H. B.
1Merrick will be at Camp Bogardus in
order to insure the success of
the special work. There will
also be two student assistants,
H. H. Steinhauser and S. T.
Mills. Prof. H. E. Riggs will be in the
Upper Peninsula all summer and has
planned to make several visits to the
The surveyors are going to take a
piano along to keep in practice for the
big Ingleside annual dance. Baseball
and water polo teams will be organ-
ized and the work will be interspersed
with sports and pleas'ure.
n to great value of Physical Training.
inasium Suits, Basket Ball, Bathing
in Suits during this last school year and
r as early as possible that there may be
to get their orders to us in August and
r tne cor
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