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MICHIGAN DA

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FICIAL BUETIN

SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1921.

Number 168.

structors in the Universlty:
stom of previous years academic costume is

to be

all members of the faculty at the Baccalaureate Service, Sunday,
and at Commencement, Thursday, June 30.
wn of good material and in style correct to accord with your de-
. be furnished at the University's expense provided your application
(blanl may be had at the office of the undersigned) is filed with
etary of the University not later than Saturday, June 4. The blank
e Tied out and filed as much earlier than this date as may be feasi-
ective cancellations may be filed not later than Wednesday, June 15.
bers of the Faculty who avail themselves of this arrangement are
to provide the academic cap at their own expense, to be retained
as their own property. Those who, desire to secure the Doctor's
r's hoods can purchase them from any of the houses /handling caps
-ns. The University furnishes only the academic gown.
ns furnished under this arrangem.ent will be ready for delivery on
ing of Saturday, June 25, and delivery will be made to the members
aclilty in Room 203, University hall, directly opposite the entrance
second floor hallway into the University hall ;auditorium. Members
,culties will retain the gowns until after the Commencement exer-
or those who are unable to attend the Baccalaureate Service, Room
be open at 8 in the, morning of Commencement Day and gowns may
ied at that time. All gowns should be returned to Room 203 im-
y after the exercises or during the afternoon of Commencement.
- SHIRLEY W. -SMITH,
Secretary of the University.--
ugineers:
last assembly for the year will be held in Room 348, Engineering
at 10 o'clock on Tuesday, May 31. All committee reports will be
election will be held to select one Junior Engineer Councilman.
A. H. LOVELL, Junior Mentor..
n Chemical Society - U. of M. Section:
meeting of the University of /Michigan Section of the American
. Society has been postponed until Tuesday, June 7. Further an-
ent will be made later.
C. C. MELOCHE, Secretary.
y Lists.
Is have been sent out for the fraternity lists needed forthe prepa-
fthe annual scholarship chart. Any. fraternities or house clubs
r have been omitted should procure blanks from the Registrar's
once. - ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
eats Assigned to the First Session Surveying Camp:
al examinations will be held commencing Monday, May 30, from
p. m. each evening. Students will consult lists which are posted
gineering building and attend the examinations which are required
in accordance with the following schedule: .
lay-Astronomy 3E, E. M. 4.
day-C. E.2, 3, 41. Physics 2E.
nesday-C. E.30, 40.
-sday--M. E.3.
ics examination will be in the Physics Laboratory, M. E.3 in Room
neering building. All other examinations in Room 301 Engineer-
ing.
ents enrolled in Literary College- courses other than those listed
ult their instructors.
H E. RIGGS,"
C. T. JOHNSTON,
Committee.

WHAT'S GOING ON
SATTJRDA'Iv
2:00-Varsity band meets for Illinois
game in uniform blouses and white
trousers, University Hall,
2:30-Varsity baseball game with 1111-
nois, Ferry field.
SUNDAY
10:30-Veterans of three, wars attend
Memorial day services, St. Andrew's
church.
6:00-Social half hour, at Methodist
church followed by Wesleyan guild
meeting.
OHIO STTE FALL IN
TENTH TO'4-3 SCOREJ
(Continued from Page One)
ably never been seen on Ferry field,
but Johnny's slowness and the desire
to play it safe, kept him at third un-
til Karpus ended the contest with a
neat bingle. ^

ORIENTAL MANUSCRIPTS NOW
ON DISPLAY IN LIBRARYI
(Continued from Page One),
Not only is the exhibit of value to
the student of Oriental manuscripts
and literature, but according to the
staff in charge, it furishes to the
student of art and decoration most in-
teresting examples of Oriental bind-
ings, miniature painting, and the con-
ventional use of design and color.

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Hits-off Liverance 10 in 8 innings,
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TS CREATE SEPARATE.
SCHOOL OF EDUCATIONj
ontinued from Page One).
secretary of the College of
cy, was given a year's leave
nce for study. 'The resigna-
Miss Marion C. Goodrich as
it regstirar of the literary
was accepted. She has been
ed with the University since

1891. The resignation of Miss Mary
Turner from the board of directors of
Betsy Barbour dormitory wa*, also
accepted.
By resolution of the Regents the
philosophy department will hereafter
be known as the department of phi-
losgphy and psychology.
The next .meeting of the Regents
will be held on Tuesday of Com-
mencement week.

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