THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Y OFFICIAL BULLETIN
SWING-OUT TODAY FIRST .OF
SENIOR GRADLTIATING EET
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A. Gaines, '21, president of the Stu-
dent council, and Ferd J. Petty, '21,
president of the class. The lit wom-
en will be led by Aletha Yerkes, '21,
vice-president of the class, and Alicel
In case of rain the classes will as-
semble in the building nearest to
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THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1921.
[fembers of the University:
In accordance with a conclusion of the Deans reached in conference on
Wednesday, all classes of the University are hereby officially dismissed at
kp. m. today. This action was taken in view of the annual "Swing-out"
eercises of the senior class._ It must be clearly understood that class
vork will continue as usual until 4 o'clock. Three o'clock classes will not
)a dismissed M. L. BURTON.
Aninual meeting, election of officers for next year, and entertainment, 8
. in., F'ridaiy, May 6.
F. E. ROBBINS, Secretary.
The May Assembly will be held today, Thursday, May 6, in Room 348 of
Vew Engineering building. A, full attendance is desired on account of .1-
portant class business.
W. C. HOAD, Class-Mentor.
the Second Extemporaneous Contest;
The preliiniarY contest will be held this Saturday morning, May 7.
Contestants will report in Room 304, Mason Hall, in the following order:'
Names from A-D, 9 o'clock.
Names from E-G, 9:30 o'clock.
Names from H-L, 10:00 o'clock.
Names from M-Z, 10:30 o'clock.
Preliminary speeches will be four. minutes in length. Contestants will
be prepared to speaks on someF phase of the Columbian TreatyQuestion.
Particular topics on this question will be assigned at the contest, Saturday.
[orning. EDWARD T. RAMSDELL, 'Chairman.
All Junior Engineers are requested to fill in the registration cards for
he class directory. Cards can be obtained from members of the committee
or in the Technic office. Cards must be in by Friday noon, May 6.
A. 3. STOCK.
College of Pharmacy;
A meeting of the Faculty will be held,: on Friday afternoon, May 6, at 4
p. m. in Room 212 Chemistry building..
C. C. GLOVER, Secretary.
:heir place of assembly. I________________________________________________________
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WHAT'S GOING ON
11 :00-Soph engineers assembly, room
348, Engineering building.
8:15--Varsity band meets in front of
Hill auditorium, for Swing-out, full
im14: -Soph engineers baseball prac-
tice, Ferry, field.
6:340-Annual banquet of Alpha Nu,
7:00-Meeting of Wayfarers, room 302,'
7:00-Freshman Glee club rehearsal
and business meeting, Union.
7 :00-Maniloln club rehearsal, Union.
7:15-Meeting of La Sociedad ,His.
panica, room 202, South Wing.
7:15-Glee club rehearsal, Union.
7:90---Class in international relations,
meets room 302, Unfiversity hall.
7 :80-VarsIty band meets for Bandj
Bounce. Summer uniforms. Hill au-
7:30-Sigma Delta Chi meets, Union.
.8 :00-Spring Band Bounce, Hill au-
7:00-Mtandolin club rehearsal, Union:
7:15--Glee club rehearsal, Union.
Sociology 30 students-must leave Ann
Arbor by 5:30 o'clock Saturday in
order to make trip to LapeerTrain-
ing school, leaving Detroit at 7:55
o'clock, railroad time.
Have you lost anything that you
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always ready to serve you-Adv.
WOLYERINES VWIN .EASY
GAME, FROM NORMALS
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however, did not have as much chance
to perform, and it must be said that
he laid down a thoroughly pretty sac-
rifice in the fourth. The summaries:
Michigan . AB R
Uteritz, 2b ......... 5 0
Van Boven, ss .. ,. 4 1
Perrin, cf ......... 4 1
Shackleford, lb .... 5 1
Karpus, 3b ........ 3 1
Klein, r f.......... 1 0
Genebach, if ....... 3 1
Vick, c........... 3 1
Ruzicka, p.....4 1
Ronan, rf ........1 1
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Tickets on Sale at Studio
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w The designers have produced an ex- .
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Western Normal AB R
Bennett, if ......... 4 0
Gill, 2b .......1 0
Westgate, ac.. ...3 0
Miller, 3b.......... 4 0
Howe, rf.........4 0
Simmons, cf...... 2 0
Cameron, lb....2 0
Sheeley, ss ........ 3 0
Freeman, p.....1 0
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Sacrifice hits: Klein, Perrin, West-
gate; stolen base:* Vick; bases on
ball: off Ruzicka, 7; off Freeman, 4;
struck out: by Ruzicka, 8, by Free-
man, 5; hit by pitcher: by Ruzicka,
Cameron; passed ball: Westgate 3;
double play: Uteritz to Van Boven to
Shackleford; umpire, McAllister; time
of game: 2 hours, 5 minutes.
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