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THE MICHIGAN

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FICIAL BULLETIN

ESDAY, MAY 18, 1921.

Number 159.

o the Deans:
'e will be a conference of the Deans today at 10 a. m. .
M. L. BURTON, President.
h Club, University of Michigan:
account of the conflict with the opening concert of the May Festi-
Research Club will hold its May meeting on the evening of the
:ead of the 18th.
H. H. BARTLETT, Secretary.;
Faculty:
regular weekly meeting will be held Thurgday at 12:15 o'clock at
igan Union. MARCUS L. WARD.
of First Group, Camp Davis:
H. D. Tubbs, Transportation Manager, will be in the instrument
)epartment of Surveying; from 1:30 to 5 p. m., Thursday, May 19,
n 10 to 12, Saturday morning, May 21, at which times he should
ch and every student, so that final arrangements may be made for
from.Ann Arbor to Camp Davis. C. T. JOHNSTON.
res and Other Second Year Men Students:
Ath Service medical examination is required of all men students,
in the University for the second year. Those who have not re-
n appointment and whose names come before (N) in the alphabet
aested to report this week.
W. E. FORSYTHE, M. D., Director.
.entary Examination- in Chemistry 3a:
nistry 3a (sections 2, 3, 4, 5). The last examination absentees may
uliplementary examination Thursday, May 19, at 4 p. m. in Room
mistry building. BYRON A. SOULE.
Examinations:
action of the Faculty, all students in the College of Literature, Sci-
d the Arts who' are on probation are required to take mental ex-
ns given by the Bureau of Mental Tests and Measurements.' All
Students who are now on probation and who did not take these
tions in January, are required to present themselves for examina-
Room B, C, or D, of the Law building, at 4 p. m. on Tuesday, May
also on Tuesday, May 17. These appo'ntments take precedence
other engagements.
* ARTHTTR G. HALL. Reistrr.

TODD COLLECTIONAS
MANY RT TREASURIS~
"I consider this collection repre-
sentative of both the French and
lBritish schools of the present day,
and consequently this exhibition of-
fers an opportunity to compare mod-
ern British art with modern French
technique," said Hon. Albert M. Todd
of Kalamazoo yesterday at the open-
ing of the Todd exhibition of paint-
ings in Alumni Memorial hall.
Mr. Todd' has spent much time
abroad studying the art of France
and England as well as that of other
countries in both Europe and Asia
and has for nearly 50 years been col-
lecting art specimens from all over
the world.
Besides the paintings there will be
on exhibition after today many rare
pieces of sculpture as well as many
antiquated books which Mr. Todd'
himself gathered from all over Eu-
rope, Asia and Africa. One of the
first bibles ever published will be
contained in thle collection along
with a copy of Mohammed's Koran
which is more than a thousand years
old.
GLEE CLUBS SING BENEATH
CAMPUS SORORITY WINDOWS
Continuing their annual spring ser-
enading, members of the Musical clubs
of the Michigan Union entertained a
large number of sororities during the
course of last evening, the music and
soigs lasting until the early morning
hours.
Catchy tunes and humorous lyrics
permeated the air and together with a
collection of old Michigan songs con-
stituted the program of the clubs.
".The Friars Song" and "College
Days" were the favorites and were
applauded repeatedly when rendered.
The entertainment given by the clubs
last night completed the spring ser-
enades which have been given during1
the past two nights. All of the sor-
orities and dormitories on the cam-
pus were serenaded.
For Phil Diamond's Orchestra, call
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Barker's Lecture Pamphlets:
Persons who ordered copies of Dr. Barker's -recent lecture to men, may
in same now at Lane Hall. There are extra copies..
W. E. FORSYTHE.
bers of the Universit-y:
The Ann Arbor Art Association announces an exhibition of Pictures by
ainent American Artists' in the lower galleries of Memorial Hall. As
Regents of the University have made an appropriation to cover the ex-
e of the exhibition it is open to the members of the University and the
ral public free. The exhibition is to be seen daily and Sundays at such
s as the building is open from May 15 to May 30.
LOUIS H. BOYNTON.
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WEDNESDAY
30-Chorial Union refiearsal, School
of Music.
00-Important meeting of senior lit
class in roon 205, Mason hall.
:0-Varsity' baseball game with
Notre Dame, Ferry field.
00-Freshman Glee club rehearsal,
Union.
15--Student council meeting, Un
ion, to swear in new members.
15-Meeting of underelass conduct
committee, room 304, Union.
00-May festival concert, Hill audi-'
torium.
THURSDAY .
00-Meeting of entire business staff
and tryouts of Gargoyle, Press'
building.
00-Varsity band meets for concert
and senior sing on the steps of the
Library.
15-'feeting of La Sociedad IHispan.
ica, room 202, South Wing.

7:30-Important meeting of Boxing
club, room 302,. Union.
::30-Phi Sigma meets, room Z 231,
Natural Science building.
S:00-May festival concert. 1ill audi-
4orium.
8 :00-Clristian Science society meets
in Lane hall auditorium.
U-NOTICE S
All those d&siring to try out for the
business staff of the Wolverine this
summer see Robertson at the office
of The Daily from 21:30 to 2:30
o'clock any afternoon this week.
Tickets for R 0. T. C. banquet. May
25, at Union on sale at R. 0. T. C.
office on the campus.
Snle of tickets to "Del Pratt day" next
Thursday closes at 10 o'clock tonight
at Cushing's drug store. Can be ex-
changed for regular tickets of ad-
mission to the game from 8 to 12:10
o'clock tomorrow.
Choral union ushers report promptly
at 7 o'clock tonight in Hill audi-
torium to receive assignment.
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you want, when you want it, use a
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