Y, MAY 25, 1921.
WHAT'S GOING ON
11:00-Fresh engineer assembly, room
348, Engineering building.
2:00-Illustrated lecture by Harvey W.
Corbett, of New York, on "High
Buildings in Relation to Narrow
Streets," Natural Science auditor-
3:45-Junior lits play fresh lits at
3 :4-Mtedics play soph lits at Ferry ditoriun.
3 :45-Senior engineers play dents at
7:15-Meeting of La Sociedad Hispan-
ica, room 202, South Wing.
Tickets for the Freshman frollc next irstNationas an.
Friday are now on sale in the Un-
ion. Read The Daily
I 8:00-xusi 1
!# I N
of the Deans this
M. L. BUR''ON.
Vol 1, No.3
will be held Thursday at 12:15 o'clock at
MARCUS L. WARD.
na fee of $10 is payable now!
lement is necessary for the preparation of diplomas. In no
University confer a degree at Commencement upon any stu-
to pay this fee before 4 o'clock p. m. June 1. In case the
not recommend any payor, the fee will be refunded on sur-
eipt for payment. The above applies also to teacher's di-
$2 and business administration certificate fee of $2. Candi-
rees, teacher's diploma or business adminstration certificate
CE fill out card at office of the Secretary of their College or
ie Treasurer. of the University and have card receipted, 'and
ection of this receipted card with the Secretaryof their Col-
Do not delay till the last moment, but attend to this matter
Treasurer's Office will be closed Saturday afternoon and all
Day, May 30. ' SHIRLEY W. SMITH,
4:15-Dr. Stanley's farewell to
Choral Union, School of Music.
6:00-R. 0. T. C. banquet, Union.
Now on Sale
7:00-Musical clubs rehearsal, Hill an-
7:30-Meeting of Westerners', Lane
7:30-Rainbow club meets at the Un-
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at the highest interest rate innall
Today youycan get $10 on every $100
with safety on a certain high-grade
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duate students expecting to receive degrees at
notified that all diploma fees must be paid by
Natl. Bank Bldg.
Board Vocational Education:
. requested 'to annouice that Mr. Chas. W. Sylvester, District Vo-
Officer, will meet i11 Federal Board Students at the meeting of
and Blade Society, Thursday Evening, May 26, Reading Room
Union. F. B. WAHR, Counselor.
SClub, University of Michigan:
last regular meeting of the Research Club for the academic year,
ield Wednesday evening, May 25, at 8 o'clock in the Histological
ry. (Important Council 'meeting at 7:15.)
* Cross,-The Judges in the British Cabinet.
. Ruthven-The University of Michigan Expedition to the Santa
ountains of Columbia.
H. H. .BARTLETT, Secretary.
last meeting of the Romance Club will take place on Thursday,
at 4:15 at the Michigan Union.
A. G. CANFIELD. .
Research Club: .
eeting of the Women's Research Club will be held on Tuesday,
at 7:30 o'clock in Room Z 231 of the Natural Science building.
;ram will be as follows:
Butler-Old Coins as Historical Documents.
McQuinn-Practical Application of Work on Drosophila.
DOREEN POTTER, Secretary.
in Business Administration:
to change in plans, Mr. Ahlers, a representative of. the National
gister Company, will not be able to meet students on Wednesday
but will be in Room 104-, Economics building, from 2 to 4 o'clock,
MAY 27, to interview those interested.
I. ' L. SIARFMAN.
tudents from other schools or colleges of the University who plan
er to the College of Dental Surgery at the beginning of the next
hould consult the Dean of this college previous to the opening of
aer session, so that the applicant for enrollment may know whether
ntials meet the statutory requirements of the various states,
MARCUS L. WARD.
Great Galeoto" will be presented Wednesday and Thursday eve-
y 25 and 26. Members will be admitted upon presentation of their
hLp cards. Additional tickets may be purchased at Wahr's, Gra-
d Slater's. ROBT. B. RITTER, Treas.
of the University:
Ann Arbor Art Association announces an exhibition of Pictures by
t American Artists in the lower galleries of Memorial Hall. As
nts of the University have made an appropriation to cover the ex-
the exhibition it is open to the members of the University and the
ublic free. The exhibition is to be seen daily and Sundays at such
the building is open from, May 15 to May 30.
LOUIS H. BOYNTON.
By JOSE ECHEdARAY
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY
Sarah Caswell Angel
8 P. M.
MAY 25 and 26
Admission Fifty Cents
Tickets at Wahr's, Slater's and iGraham's
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