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THE MICHIGAN DAIL.

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SUNDAY, MAY 29, 1921.

Number 169.

lege of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
There will be a meeting of the Faculty Tuesday, May 31, at 4:10 p. M.,
the auditorium of the Natural Science building. The reports of several
ortant committees will be considered.
ARTHUR G. HALL.
All Seniors:
The diploma fee of $10 is payable now!
Early settlement is necessary for the preparation of diplomas. Iii no
e will the University confer a degree at Commencement upon any stu-
it who fails to pay this fee before 4 o'clock p. m. June 1. In case the
mlty does not recommend any payor, the fee will be refunded on sur-
der of receipt for payment. The above applies also to teacheis di-
ma fee of $2 and business administration certificate fee of $2. Candi-
es for degrees, teacher's diploma or business adminstration certificate
uld AT ONCE fill out card at office of the Secretary of their Colle'ge or
pool, pay the Treasurer of the University and have card receipted, and
indicated section of this receipted card with1 the Secretary of their Col-
e or School. Do not delay till the last moment, but attend to this matter
once. The Treasurer's Office will be closed Saturday afternoon and all
Decoration Day, May 30. SHIRLEY W. SMITH,
Secretary University.
D1ogy 3a:
Students occupying odd-numbered seats in Heredity are asked to pre-
i themselves at the west door on Tuesday, May 31, those in even-
nbered seats at the east door.
A. FRANKLIN SHULL.
nior Engineers: -
The last assembly for the year will be held in Room 348, Engineering
lding, at 10 o'clocle on Tuesday, May 31. All committee reports will be
e and election will be ;held to select one Junior Engineer Councilman.
A. H. LOVELL, Junior Mentor.
erican Chemical Society ;- U. of M. Section:'
The meeting of the University of Michigan Section of the American
euical Society has been postponed until Tuesday, June 7. Further an-
incement. will be made later.
C. C. MELOCHE, Secretary.
omen's Research Club:.
A meeting of the Women's Research Club will be held on Tuesday,
y 31, at 7:30 o'clock in Room Z 231 of the Natural Science building.
e program will be as follows:
Dr. Butler-Old Coins as Historical Documents.
Miss MacBride-Laboratory Diagnosis.
Mrs. McQuinn-Practical Application of Work on Drosophila.
DOREEN POTTER, Secretary.
Students of Drawing 5 (Engineering College):
The Final Examination in Drawing 5 will be held on the First Wed-
day '2-6, instead of the First Tuesday 2-6.
Y CLASSIFICATION COMMITTEE.
By C. H. Fessenden.
Studrents Assigned to the First Session Surveying Camp:
Special examinations will be held commencing Monday, May 30, from
0 10 p. m. each evening. Students will consult lists which are posted
he Engineering building and attend the examinations which are required
them in accordance with the following schedule:
Monday-Astronomy 3E, E. M. 4.
Tuesday-C. E.2, 3, 41..Physics 2E.,
Wednesday-C. E.34, 40.
Thursday-M. E.3.
Physics examination will be in the Physics Laboratory, M. E.3 in Room
Engineering building. All other examinations In Room 301 Engineer-
building.
Students enrolled in Literary College courses other than those listed
1 consult their instructors.
H. E. RIGGS,
C. T. JOHNSTON,
Committee..

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ILLINI DOWNS MICH1IN
IN NHADFOUGHT-SAME
(Continued from Page One)
to third. Stewart was safe when
Dixon threw his bunt to Vick who
tagged Crossley at the plate. Jackson
fanned.
Michigan threatened in the sec-
ond, but did not score until the
fourth, when Van Boven singled, went
to second on Dougherty's passed ball,
to third on Perrin's sacrifice, and
scored when Shackleford singled.
Vick Scores Run
The second and last Wolverine
counter came the next frame. With
Genebach down,Vick tripled over Pe-
den's head. Dixon laid down a bunt
to first, and McCurdy threw the ball
home to catch Vick without attempt-
ing to play on Dixon. Dougherty had
Vick out, but dropped the ball. Dur-
ing the play Dixon went to second,
from where he tried to score on
Uteritz single to center. A good throw
by Vogel caught him at the plate.
Illinois did not remain in the rear
long, the first half of the sixth see-
Ing the score tied again. Dougherty
hit for a base, and was safe when
Dixon's throw escaped Van Boven's
hands. With two men on, Vogel in-
terjected a two base drive, and the
Illini catcher crossed the plate. Ute-
ritz' fast, double play then disposed
of two enemy warriors, and Vick re-
tired the side by going clear to the
back stop to catch Crossley's foul
fly. The catch was the best seen here
this year.
Varsity Threatens
Though Michign had been on bases
with none out in the sixth, seventh,
and eighth innings, there was no fur-
ther scoring. The Illini did not se-
riously threaten until the ninth when
Peden doubled with Crossley out.
Stewart plunged Michigan in deep
gloom by singling to right on the next
ball pitched and scoring Peden.
The Varsity died hard in the final
frame. Dunn, batting for Genebach,
fanned. Vick walked, and Ruzicka
went in to bat for Dixon. Vick was
caught off first by Jackson's throw.
Ruzicka worked Jackson for a free
ticket to first, Uteritz singled, but
Van Boven ended the game by ground
ing out, Stewrt to McCurdy.
LATE REGISTRATION
F IN E EXPLAINED
Under the new ruling passed by
the Board of Regents at the May
meeting the fee for late registration
is placed at $5 in all schools and
colleges of the University, according
to Registrar A. G. Hall, the penalty
to take effect the day preceding the
opening of the academic year. In
previous years the penalty for late
registration took effect the third day
of the first semester, and the fee was
$5 only in certain colleges of the
University.
Inasmuch as the first semester next
fall begins on Tuesday, Sept. 27, all
students of the University must com-
plete their registration, which in-
cludes enrollment payment of fees,
and classification, on or before Mon-
day, Sept. 26. his will enable all
classes of the University to start the
first day of the semester. The penalty
fee may be remitted only for special
causes.
Have you lost anything that you
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Yesterday 's Games

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American League
Detroit 11, Chicago 3.
New York 5, Philadelphia 1.
National League
New York 10, Boston 7.
Brooklyn 15, Philadelphia 3.
St. Louis 8, Chicago 7.
Cincinnati 4, Pittsburgh 3.

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WHAT'S GOING ON
SUNDAY
0:30-Veterans of three wars attend
Memorial day services, St. Andrew's
church. '
:30-Members of the Unitarian Young
People's society meet, at church forl
outdoor meeting.
:00-Social half hour at Methodist
church followed by Wesleyan guild.
meeting.
MONDAY
0:00-Varsity band meets at Hill au-
ditorium for Memorial day parade
in uniform blouses and white trous-
ers.
:30-Wesleyan guild leaves Methodist
church for picnic at foretry farm.
:00-Varsity band meets for Wiscon-
sin game, University Hall.
:30-Varsity baseball game with Wis-
consin, Ferry field.
TUESDAY
:W0-Cabinet club meets in front of
Union.
Exclusive designs in summer frocks
t the Vogue Shoppe, Nickel's Arcade.
-Adv.

MUMMERSTO PRESENT
Mummers will present the fantastic,
nursery-rhyme play, "Over the Hills
and Far Away," at the children's party'
which Dean Myra B. Jordan will give
on Saturday afternoon, June 4, in Bar-
bour gymnasium. The parts of the
various, time-honored, nursery char-
acters will be played as follows: Jack,
Elizabeth Travis, '23; Jill, Dorothy
Weimer, "'24; Little Miss Muffet, Der-
othy,Jeffrey, '24; Mary Quite Contrary,
Mary Van Deinse, '22; Old Woman
Who Lived in a Shoe, Elizabeth Beagh,
'24; Bo Peep, Laurella Hollis, '24;
Boy Blue, Martha* McLean, '23; Tom,
the Piper, Vivian McDonald, '24; Man
in the Moon, Rosalind Freund, '24;
King Cole, Sara Waller, '22; his Queen,
Merry Wagner, '23. The names of
the children who will be trained to
take part in the production will be an-
nounced later.
The occasion of the play is Dean
Jordan's annual party for children of
the faculty, to which the children of
the hospitals are also invited. "Over
the Hills and Far Away" is a light,
fairy fantasy, which is well adapted
to presentation before a youthful au-
dience. Music is being arranged es-
pecially for the production, and a num-
ber of children are being trained for
participation in one of the dancing
choruses.
I'Oklahoma Faculty Continues Work
The faculty of the University of
Oklahoma will continue their work
until the end of the present academic
year without receiving any pay in
spite of the fact the legislature fail-
ed to pass the deficiency bill provid-

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