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DAILY OF FICIALBULLETIN
Volume 1 ' THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1921. Number 172.
embers of the Faculty:
Saturday is the last day on which orders for gowns for use of the Fac-
y during Commencement Week, may be placed. The Secretary's Office
ases Saturday at noon. SHIRLEY W. SMITH,
Secretary of the University.
mmittee on Diploma Schools:
There will be a meeting of the Committee on DiplomaSchools Thurs-
y, June 2, at 4:30 p. m. in the office of President M. L. Burton.
J. B. EDMONSON,
Secretary of Committee.
phomore Medical Examinations:
Sophomores and other second year men students who have not re-
iyed the required medical examination are requested to report at the
ealth Service .before June 8.
W. E. FORSYTHE, Director.
vil Engineering )40:
Special notice for' students attending Junior engineering assembly on
y 31: Assignment for June 2, Elements of Highway Engineering, pages
6 to 388. A. H. BLANCHARD.
the Members of Sigma Xt:
The annual initiation and banquet of the Sigma Xi will be held on the
ird, floor of the Michigan Union Thursday evening, June 2. The ban-
et will begin promptly at 6:15 o'clock. -
Following the initiation, an address vill be given by Professor John
Parker on the subject, "Research--an Outside View'.
All members of mgma Xi, whether elected to the Michigan Chapter or
t, are welcome.
PETER OKKELBERG, Secretary.
Mr. M. S. Ramsey, 2033 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, wants several
m for summer work. The work is' selling "Moto-Mowers", a power
iven lawn mower. Students in engineering preferred. Any one desiring
take up this work should write to Mr. Ramsey.
FRANK A. MICKLE.
By action of the Board of Regents, all Class Treasurers and Treasurers
other student organizations are required -to ,have their accounts audited
the Official Auditor before the end of the college year, under penalty of
s of credits. All treasurers should balance their accounts accurately
d present them for audit, first to the auditing committee of the organiza-
n, then to me. Blanks for the balance sheet should be secured from me,
once. ARTHUR G. HALL.
in and Blade Club:
Owing to the fact that the next regular meeting of the club was sched-
ed for the Thursday immediately preceding final examinations it has been
ought wise to change the date to Thursday of this week, June 2 ,at 7:15
the Reading Room, Michigan Union. All members and Federal .Board
en are urged to be present: Samples of the pins have been received.
WILFRID HOCKING, President.
JAMES C. STEVENS, Secretary.
HAVE NOT BEEN CALLED FOR
More than 700 of this year's Michi-
ganensians have not yet been called
for. They may be obtained at the
east basement drive of the Library
any day this week from 9 to 12 o'clock
in the morning and from 1 to 5
o'clock in the afternoon. Subscribers
who lost their receipts may get their
books by having their records looked
up at the desk there.
SENIOR GIRLS BEAT JUNIORS
IN FIRST INTERCLASS GAME
In a closely contested game at
Palmer field, yesterday afternoon, the
senior girls were victorious over the
juniors by a final score of four to five.
This is the first of the interclass base-
ball games. The second of the series
will be played at 5 o'clock this after-
noon by the freshman and sophomore
DEAN COOLEY TO MISS SECOND
COMMENCEMENT IN 40 YEARS
Dean M. E. Cooley, of the engineer-
ing college, will be unable to attend
the Commencement exercises this
month because of a meeting of the
Society for the Promotion of Engin-
eering Education of which he is pres-
ident. The society will hold its an-
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This is the second time that Dean
Cooley has missed a Commencement
during the 40 years in which he has,
been associated with the faculty of the
University. The other occasion was ba
during the Spanish-American war
when he was cruising around Santiago He
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:00-Senior lit class meeting, room
205, Mason hall.
[:15-Po . William Newbold, of the
University of Pennsylvania, lectures
on "The Voynich Roger Bacon Man-
uscript," Natural Science auditor-
:00-Members of La Sociedad His-
panica meet at Hill auditorium for
:00-Meeting of entire business staff
and tryouts of Gargoyle, Press build-,
:00-Meeting of senior -honor com-
mittee, room 306, Union.
:30-Veterans of Foreign Wars an-
nual banquet followed by business
:00-Dixie club meets at Union.
:00-Senior sing on steps of Library.
:00-Varsity band meets for concert
and senior sing on steps of Library.
:00-There will be a meeting of the
Freshman Glee club in the reading
room of the Union. All members
are urged to be present.
:15-2iMeeting of P1 Delta Epsilon for
election of officers, Union.d
:1--31eeting of 1994 undergo s
conduct committee, Union.
:30-fIeeting of Gun and Blade, read-
ing room, Union.
:30-Meeting of Catholic Students'
club for election of officers, St.
:30-Boxing club meets in room 306,
:30-Concordia club meets at club
rooms, corner of Third and Westl
:00--Meeting of Christian Science so-
ciety in Lane hall auditorium.
:00-Graduation recital, School of
MICHIGAN HITIN CASES
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and Roby again dropped the ball,
Fullen scoring. Liverance then
achieved the unique distinction of
striking out four men in, one inning
when he whiffed Oas and ended the
Uteritz and Roby led the Wolverine
attack, the former with a triple and
two singles and the latter with a
home run and a single. Klein also
took a lion's share, playing a pretty
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Roby; hits off Kuhn, 6 in 4 innings;
off Ross, 4 in 4 innings; off Liver-
ance, none; sacrifice hits, Klein, Shac-
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Willman; by Ross, Schultz, 2; struck
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