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TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1921.,
Ass announced last week, there will be no conference of the Deans on
nesday, May 11. M. L. BURTON, President.
LU1 Freshmen and Sophomores:
Lu accordance with the custom in past years I wish officially to announce
all freshmen and sophomores of the University will be excused from
C classes from 3 p .m., on Friday, May 13, to noon on Saturday, May 14,
rder that they may participate in the Spring games.
M. L. BURTON, President.
le Members of the Choral Union:
Remember rehearsal this evening, also on Thursday evening. I must
>every member present at these }rehearsals for they are extremely
rtant. ALBERT A. STANLEY.
Mr. J. P. Cooley will address the Physics Colloquium on Tuesday, May
f Room 202 Physics building at 4:20 p. m. on "The Photo-Electric Et-
in Certain Sulphides". All interested are cordially invited to attend.
.. R. A. SAWYER.
hancal Engineering ,Faculty:.
Monthly dinner for the Mechanical Engineering Faculty will be given
ane Hall, Tuesday, May 10, at 6 p. m.
ral Board Vocation Education:.
I have been requested to announce Ithat there will be a meeting of
and Blade Club, Thursday, May 12, 7:15 p. m., Room 304 Michigan
in. All Federal Board men are urged to attend.
F. B. WAHR.
Applications for admission to the Combined Curricula in Letters and
icine, Law, Dental Surgery, or Nursing must be handed in at the Regis-
s, office this week. ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
Regular meeting will be held Tuesday, May 10, at 8 p. m., in Room 401
on Hall. Professor Hildebrant will present "Remarks on a General
iry of Functions". W. W. DENTON, Secretary.
ure Under Auspices of Graduate'Club:
The final lecture in the Graduate Club Series by Professor H. H. Bart-
of the Department of Botany, has been postponed from May 5 to Wed-
ay, May 11, at 7:36 p. m., in the Auditorium of the Natural Science
ding. MARTEN TEN HOOR,
President, Graduate Club.
The Players Club will present four one-act plays, Thursday evening,
12,'at 8 p. m., in Sarah Caswell Angell hall. Members may get tickets
themselves and guests, Monday, May 9, at Wahr's Bookstore.
ROBERT B. RITTER, Treasurer.
ersity of Michigan Post, No. 303, American Legion: '
rhe regular meeting of the University of Michigan Post, No. 303, Amer-
Legion, will be held Wednesday evening at 7:30 in the Michigan
n. Every member is urged to attend.
FLOYD A. SERGEANT, Post Commander.
tuidents Desiring to Take a Mental Examination:
A mental examination will be given to a group of students in rooms
,and D of the Law building at 4 p. m., Tuesday, May 10 (first part), and
p. m., Tuesday, May 17 (second part). A limited number of students
on probation will be permitted to take these tw6 examinations provided
have arranged with me in advance. Call at 105 Tappan Hall before
day noon, May 10. GUY M. WHIPPLE.
By action of the Faculty, all students in the College of Literature, Sci-
, and the Arts who are on probation are required to take mental ex-
iations given by the Bureau of Mental Tests and Measurements. .All
'ary Students who are now on probation and who did not take these
aiiations in January, are required to present themselves for examina-
in Room B, C, or D, of the Law building, at 4 p. m. on Tuesday, May
and also on Tuesday, May 17. These appointments take precedence
all other engagements.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
neering Students in E. M. 2:
[t is proposed to give three experiments to illustrate some of the prin-
s of strength of materials.
L. Plotting of stress-strain curve, for steel.
2. Measuring stress in steel I beam and testing beam to destruction
eck formula s equals Mc over I.
3. An eccentric loading experiment to check formula a equals P over
us or minus M minus c over I.
The experiments will be given in the Engineering Mechanics Labora-
Room 101 New Engineering building, on each of the following days:
Tuesday, May 10, from 3- p. m.
Wednesday, May 11, from 3-6 p. m.-
rhursday, May 12, from 3-6 p. in.
Friday, May 13, from 7-10 p. m.
Students from all sections of E. M. 2 are invited to attend. Please re-
on' time.,3. A. VANDENBROEK.
mer Scholarship in Zoology:
Through the generosity of Dr. Bryant Walker a summer scholarship in
>gy, of the value of $75.00, entitling the holder to free tuition at the
he Biological Laboratory, at Woods Hole, Mass., is available. The
on lasts six weeks. University credit may be obtained for courses pur-
at the laboratory. Appointment to this scholarship is made upon ree-
endation of the staff of ,the Zoology department. Application should
lade at once to, the undersigned, Room 452, ,Natural Science building.
A. FRANKLIN SHULL.
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All-Campus Election Nominees
Following is the list of nominees for the All-Campus election
Wednesday, May 11:
PRESIDENT STUDENT COUNCIL
Angus G. Goetz, '22M; Renaud Sherwood, '22.
Edwin A. Krueger, '22E; Archie D. MacDonald, '22L; Floyd A. Ser.
geant, '22; Emerson Swart, '22E; John M. Winters Jr., '23L.
Robert A. Barie, '22; Frank H. Lee Jr., '22; George Reindel Jr., '22.
Lit-Joseph A. Bernstein, '22; Robert J. Cooper, '22; Guy R. Moul-
Law-Richey B. Reaville, '22L; Harry C. Wilson, '22L.
Engineering--Edmund H. Fox, '22E; George E. Gregory, '22E; E.
F. Moore, '22E.
Medic-Eugene R. Eizinga, '22M;'Paul M. Moore, Jr., '22M.
Dent and Pharmie-Donald C. Culver, '22P; Robert F. Deebach,
123D; Robert M. Winslow, '23D.
At Large-L. Perkins Bull, '2; W. V. Gilbert, '22E; W. W. Gower,
'23; Clarence Hatch, '22; Stanley Kresge, '22; Noland Libonati, 152;
E. F. Moore, '22E.
Junior Engineers-Milton Goetz; Eugene Harbeck; George W. Mc.
Cordie; Arthur D. Stauffer.
Junior lits-Walter B. Rea; Rufus A. Bailey; Robert F. Wieneke;
F. Morrison Heath.
Sophomore Lits-Theodore Banks; Vernon Hillery; Allen Mills;
Sophomore Engineers-James E. Johns.
Combined Departments-(Dental, W. M. Brown, '22D; N. A.
Beeckel, '22D. (Pharmie), P. Faulkner,'22P; H. Von Ewegen, '22P.;
Xedies-R. B. East, '221; I. 0. Rychener, '2211.
STUDENT ADVISORY COMITTEE
Juniors-C. Maurice Atkinson, '22; 0. W. Rush, '22; Walter Sim-
mons, '22E; Thos. J. Underwood, '23L.
Sophomores-John Bacon, '23; Byron Darnton, '23; Paul Goebel,
123E; Irwin Uterwitz, '23.
BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS
C. Maurice Atkinson, '22; Stewart T. Beach, '22; Geotge 0. Brophy,
122L; Robert L. Drake, '21; Hewey F. Fagerburg, '22L; Hugh W.
Hitchcock, '22; Thos. L Underwood, '23L; John M. Winters, '2L.
BOARD IN CONTROL OF ATHLETICS
H. E. Storz, '22L; Angus Goetz, '221; Dewey F Fag'erburg, '22L;
Alfred May, '22E; Edmund H. Fox, '22E; George 0. Brophy, '22L.
President-George E. Gregory, '22E; Arthur I. Stauffer, '22E.
Vice-President-George W. McCordie, '22E; Harry H. Haight, '22E.
Treasurer-Thomas J. Lynch, '2E; George A. Heath, '2E.
Secretary-James E. Johns, '2SE; Paul G. Goebel, 'E.
STUDENTS' CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
Leon E. Grubaugh, '22; Hugh W. Hitchcock, '22.
-Baptist-Amos C. Anderson,'22; Gale L. Wessinger, '22.
Congregational-Arthut E. Pierpont, '22.
Disciple-William D. Ogden, '23; Maurice W. Taylor, grad.
Episcopal-Thomas E. Dewey, '23; Frank H. Lee, Jr., '22.
Lutheran-Louis M.-Dyll, '22; Leonard F. Melander, '22E.
Methodist-A. Ross Fox,1'23; Edward T. Iandell,X'23.
Presbyterian-Phillips P. Elliott, '22; Arthur F. Heyl, '23M.
President-Earl Miles,1'23L; 0. W. Rush,'22.
Vice-President-W. P. Connel, '23L; P. H. Scott, '22.
Treasurer-1. R. Buchan, '22; G. 0. Wallace, '22.
Secretary-Euphemia B. Carnahan, '22; Martha Sheard, '22.
Delegates-at-Large-E. M. Apple, '22L; J. A. Bacon, 'i; E. F.
Boxell, '23L; J. K. Brumbaugh, '23; Beatrice Champion, '23L; W. A.
Hocking, '23; L. E. Grubaugh, '22; Beta M. Hasley, '22; R. R. Johnson,
'23; Madeline McGurk, '24; E. T. Ramsdell, '23; R. B. Ritter, '22; W.
M. Seeley, '22; Celma Simonson, '23; Catherine Stafford, '24; H. H.
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WHAT'S GOING ON
7:00-Freshman pep meeting for ex-
explanation of Spring gamesrules,
Natural Science auditorium.
7:00-Choral union rehearsal, School
7:00-Meeting of those attending first
camp at Camp Davis to elect officers
room 311, Engineering building.
7:00-Mandolin club rehearsal, Union.
7:00-Meeting of all men interested in
writing music for next year's opera,
room 342, Union.
7:15-Glee club rehearsal, Union.
7:15--Underclass conduct committee
meets to discuss Spring games,
room 304, Union.
7:45--All-freshman "Hullabaloo," Un-
7:00-Meeting of those attending sec-
ond camp at Camp Davis to elect of-
ficers, room 311, Engineering build-
7:30--Meeting of University post, Am-
erican legion, Union.
8:00-Graduation recital, School of
Sophoimoiss will weigh in for the
Spring games tug-of-war from 3 to
5:30 o'clock today, Dr. May's of-
' fice, Waterman gymnasium.
224-226 S. State St.
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SCHOOL OF COMMERCE
The registration in the Day Division
of the School of Commerce will be
limited to three hundred students, for
the year 1921-1922.
This limitation is set in order to main-
tain a high standard of personal and
individual instruction, and in order
to make possible a closer co-ordina-
tion between the wvork of the School
of Commerce and the various indus-
trial, manufacturing, financial and
merchandising establishments of Chi-
sago and vicinity.
Applications for admission will be
considered in the order of their re-
ceipt. All applicants must have coin-
pleted two years of college work, in
t reputable institution.E
ror application blanks and bulletin
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