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FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1921.
mlee and the Arts - Dean's Advisory CommItee
ng of the Dean's Advisory Committee Friday after-
m. in the Dean's office.
JOHN R. EFFINGER,
assembly of the year will be held on Friday, June 10, at 10
m 348 of New Engineering building. Final reports of class
lass committees will be received. Professor -Higbie will pre-
ts to date of the tests which the class passed in the fall of
W. C. ROAD, Mentor.
omittee : , .,
neetings of the Attendance Committees for men and women in
Literature, Science, and the Arts will be held at the usual
day, June 13. ARTHUR G. HALL.,
Burton aid others will explain in detail the plans for Com-
ercises and there will be a short rehearsal at a meeting to
.n Auditorium on Thursday, June 16, at 5 p. in. The seniors,
.ents and nurses of all schools and colleges who expect to
ommencement Exercises are requested to attend this meeting.
L. M. GRAM, Chief Marshal.
"calaureate and Commencement:
expect to take bprt. in the exercises of Commencement ,week
ke note of the following schedule in order that there will be
sion as possible in carrying out the program: - Punctuality
mportant as the processions will start on scheduled time.
Sunday, June 26, 11 a. m.
(Weather Fair) 0
TIME OF ASSEMBLY--10:30 A. M.
Places of Assembly
of the Faculties, in the dressing rooms second and thi d
Auditorium, where they will robe. Enter by rear doors.
of the various schools and colleges, as follows:.
>n walk between Tappan Hall and Museum.
s and Architects on walk in Engineering Court. -
ncluding nurses from University Hospital Training School on
Le of Medical building, nurses in front.
walk east of Law building.
mfical on east walk south of Chemistry building.
athic including nurses from Homoeopathic Training School
south of Chemistry building, nurses in front.
i walk west of Chemistry building.
School 4(candidates for higher degrees) on walk south of
e will not be considered rainy. It must actually rain with no
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For the final examination, Tuesday, June 14, 2
Economics 1 are assigned to rooms as follows:
Room B, Law building:
Mr: May's sections.
Mr. Ellis' section.
Mr. Bradford's sections.
Room 101 Economics:
Mr. Clark's sections.
Mr. Ross' section.
5 p. m., sections in
721 North University Ave.
F. M. TAYLOR.
ts will 'proceed directly ' to Hill Auditor)ium. Seats will be re-
.1 10:50 a. m.
Thursday, June 30, 10 a. m..
TIME OF ASSEMBLY-8:30 A. M.
Plices of Assembly
of the Faculties and invited guests, in University Hall where
ex-Regents and candidates 'for Honorary degrees, in the Pres-
iard, at University Hall.k
at the same places as for Baccalaureate.
at Memorial building.
[arch-State Street to S. University Ave., to E. University Ave., a
rersity Ave., to Hill Auditorium.
TIME OF ASSEMBLY-9:00 A. M.
Places of Assembly
of the Faculties, except Deans, in the dressing rooms second
ors of Hill Auditorium, where they will robe. Enter by rear
For the final examination Tuesday, June 14, 2 to 5 p. in., students in Eco-
nomics 39 are assigned as follows:
Natural Science Auditorium:
Students whose names begin with letters A to K inclusive,
Room B, Law building:
Students whose names begin with letters L to Z inclusive.
W. A. PATON.
Rhetoric, Courses I and 11:
Examinations in Course II in Rhetoric will be held Tuesday, June 21; at
2 p. in., in accordance with the following schedule:
Room B, Law'building-Mr. Hall, Mr. Bouchard, Mr. Schiniedeskamp.
West Lecture Room, Physics building-Mr. Adams, Mr. Conkey.
West Gallery, Memorial Hall-Mr. Everett, Mr. Crocker.
Room 205; Maso Hall-Mr. Thomas, M . Lasher.
Room 101, Economics building-M . Mitchell, Mr. Quinnell.
Room 202, Tappan Hall-Mr. Schenck, Mr. Walter.
East Lecture Room, Physics building-Mr. Abbot.
Room 206, University Hall-Mr. Wicker.
Room 202, West Hall-Dr. Wier.
Examinations in Course I will be held in accordance with the printed
schedule. 41' .N. SCOTT.
To Students Desiring Part Time Work During the Summer Session:
All students desiring part time work during the Summer Session can list
their names, if they desire, in this office, where a list will also be kept of
people desiring student help. We want to make this service mutually help-
ful. Room 2, University Hall, Phone-Campus 187, or Main 1624.
J. A. BURSLEY, Dean of Students.
To Ann Arbor People Desiring Student Help During the Summer Session:
We shall be pleased to put on file the names of people desiring student
help during the Summer Session. As we are to have a list of students de-
siring work at this time, we mad be able to help you. Room 2, University
Hall. Phone-Campus 187, or Main 1624.
J. A. BURSLEY, Dean of Students.
To 'All Students:
In order to avoid possible misunderstandings and differences of opinion
as to the terms under which rooms are engaged, students, when renting
rooms for the next college year, are strongly urged to insist upon the use of
the standard form of agreement as prepared by the University.
These agreements are being printed now and can be obtained by either
to supply you
RiY P RODUCTS
eans, Regents, ex-Regents and Candidaties for honorary degrees,
sing rooms first floor of Hill Auditorium.
Students will proceed directly to Hill Auditorum, entering through the
tdoor, indicated by placard for their particular school or college.
L. MN. GRAM, Chief aMrshal.
* SU MIWER SESSION 1921
's for Registration:
Jollege of Literature, Science, and the Arts; Biological Station; ,Li-
y Methods; Embalming and Sanitary Science; Public' Health Nursing,
strar's Office, University Hall, June 27, and 28, 10 to 12 a. m., July 1 and
to 12 a. m. and 2*to 4 p. m., July 5 an'd 6, 8 to 12 a. m. and 2 to - p. M.,
after 10 to 12 a. m., daily
Dolleges of Engineering and Architecture, Engineering building, July
dI 2, 8 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 5 p. -m.
Kiedical School, Medical building, July 1, 2, and 5, 9 to 12.
Law School, Law building. Courses begin Monday, June 27. Regis-
:n June 23, 24, and 25, 8 a. in. to 5 p .m.
College of Pharmacy, Chemistry and Pharmacy building, July 1, 2, and
to 12 a. in., 2 to 5 p. m.
Graduatie School, University Hall, July 1 and 2, 9 to 12 a. i., 2 to 4
July 5 and 6, 8 to 12 a. in., 2 to 5 p. m., thereafter 10 to 12 a. m. and 2
All courses begin on Tuesday, July 5,,excepting in the Law School, as
e stated. EDWARD H. KRAUS, Dean.
ents in Engineering and Architecture:
Are requested to consult at once notices posted on Bulletin Boards near
etary Hopkins' office and at other points in the Engineering building,
astructions concerning classification for next semester and for summer
on. COMMITTEE ON CLASSIFICATION,
Colleges of Engineering and Architecture.
Final examinations in C. E. 27 will be held the First Thursday, 2-6, and
ad Tuesday, 2-6, in Room 229 Engineering building.
H. E. RIGGS.'
landlord or student, at Room 2, University Hall, next week.
J. A. BURSLEY, Dean4
WHAT'S GOING ON
10:00-Soph engineer assembly, r
348, Engineering building.
7:45-Gospel meeting, Lane hall.
8:00-Graduation recital, School
Dixon . .10
Karpus . .19
Uteritz . .19
RonAn ... 3
Dunn .... 3
Johnson . 7
Ann Arbor ifiair
2:30-Varsity tennis match with Le-
land Stanford university, Ferry field.
i :30-Meeting of Baptist guild for hike,
Taking Dbscriptive Geometry:
following students having conflict in Final Examinations.
,mination in Descriptive Geometry on the First Saturday,
in Room 437 Engineering building.
BELL, E. H.,
LIND, W. E.,
SHAWLEY, P. L.,
TSE, Y. M.,
TUTTLE, J. H.,
Prentiss P. Douglass will be at the Un-
ion Saturday night and all day Sun-
day to interview men interested in-
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again tied with two.
Following are the final official bat-
ting averages for the whole 19 games:
Player Games At Bat Runs Hits Av.
Roby ...3 6 2 3 .500
Perrin .. .19, 77 20 30 .390
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