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WHAT'S GOING ON
TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1922
of the B
3oard of Regents will be held Friday, May 26.
nts, in order to -be presented at that time,
dent's Office before 5 p. m. Thursday, May 18.
ater than this time will be presented.
M. L. BURTON.
>f all Seniors and other possible recipients of degrees or cer-
mmencement 1922 is called to the fact that no degree will be
:iploma or certificate be given, at Commencement 1922, un-
ent has paid the proper diploma fee or certificate fee to the
he University previous to the close of business, 4 p. m., Mon-
be no exceptions to this rule.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary.
ns for admission to the Combined Curricula in Letters and
, Dental Surgery and Nhrsing must be filed in the Registrar's
fore Monday, May 15. ARTHUR G. HALL.
tudents, planning to transfer to one of the other Schools or
e University must hand in to the Registrar's Office a request
r of their credit before May 20.
. ARTHUR G. HALL.
rs of the Choral Union:
be a regular rehearsal of the Choral Union this evening at
) of Music. EARL V. MOORE, Director.
eginning- today will be held in Room B, Law building. Seat-
been prepared and will be posted on the Pol. Sci. Bulletin
ilcs building. Also, before 11 o'clock today at the entrances
follows: Men, A to K inclusive at the north entrance; Men,
of the women, at the south entrance.
J. S. REEVES.
4:00-Union freshman orchestra meets
in room 308 of Union.-
5:00-Meeting of Chimes staff and try-
6:15-Press club luncheon at Union.,
6:30-Wyfarers meet in lobby of
7:00-Union .orchestra .practice . In
r6om 308 of Union.
7:15-Mt. Clemens club meets at Un-
7:15-Aero club meets in room 304 of
1:30--Boxing club meets in room 316
7:30-Sophomore band rehearsal -in
room 205, Mason hall.
7:30-Landscape department meeting,
in 401 of South Wing.
7:30-Moving pictures of Jeffrey Con.
veying Systems in Natural Science
auditorium. Admission free.,
8:00-"La Belle Aventure" at Sarah.
Caswell Angell hall.
8009-Palonia Literary circle meets at'
9:00-Alpha Kappa Psi meets at Un-
12:05-Rotary club meets at Chamber
of Commerce inn.
4:05--Western State Normal-Michigan'
baseball game at Ferry field.
4:10-Judge V. R. Lane will speak to
law students in Upper room of Lane
7:30-Meeting of Phi Tau club at Mr.
F. Mickle's residence, 1031 Michigan'
8:00-Amy Lowell lectures in Hill au-
All men desiring physical examination
should report at Waterman gymnas-
ium any day this week from 2 :30j
'25 engineers pay dues in front of as.
sembly room, today.
The meeting of Alpha Delta Sigma an-
nounced for tonight has been post-
poned until Thursday night. As
many important matters will be
discussed and definitely decided, all
members should be present.
Try-outs are wanted for the
photographic staff of the1922-
I1923 Michiganen4lan. Phone J.
B. Vlack, 1508W.
Tickets for Mary Pickford in "Little
Lord Fauntleroy" if bought at the the-
ater window do NOT benefit the Y. W.
C. A. camp. Buy your tickets at one
of the following places and a generous
percent will go 'toward the girls'
camp; Quarry's, Graham's, Jane Sing-
leton's, Newberry Hall, Wahr's,
Brown's Bookstore, Mack's drug coun-
ter, Sugar Bowl, Century Market, and
JUNE 3 TO 13 IS
NEW EXAM PERIOD
Examinations will start June 3 this
year instead of June 5 as announced
in the catalogue, according to a state-,
ment given out at Registrar's Hall'sl
All examinations .will be over on
Tuesday, June 13, with the exception
of freshman rhetoric, which is to be
held on Wednesday, June 14. The rea-
son for this change is the unusually
early commencement date which falls
on June 19 this year.
FORMER X. A. C. STUDENTS
TO HOLD DINNER SATURDAY
For-mer students of the Michigan
Agricultural college will hold a din-
ner at 6:30 o'clock Saturday night in
the- Union. The affair will commem-
orate the sixty-fifth anniversary of
the founding of the college. Alumni
all over the country will celebrate
founders day at this time. Students,
faculty members, and local residents
of Ann Arbor who at some time at-
teiided M. A. C. are invited to attend
A. S. 3. E. to Elect Officers Today
Members of the American Associa-
tion of Mechanical Engineers will hold-
their election of officers for the coin-I
ing year today in the room over the
Engineering arch. Balloting will con-
tinue between 9 o'clock this morning1
and 4 o'clock this afternoon.
Underclass Committee Meets Tonight
Members of the underclass conduct
committee will meet at 7:30 o'clock
this evening at the Union., All memn-
bers are urged to attendthe meeting.
Read Michigan Daily Ads and you
will buy wisely.-Adv.
Landladies desiring to list
rooms for the week end of the
May Festival must call the Un-
ion by Wednesday, May 10, with
information as to location and
prices. One hundred rooms are
needed for the week end.
I am buying old clothes and paying
the highest prices. $3.00 to $10.00 for
suits. Call 1677-W or bring them to
203 N. Main St. Dave Mordsky.-Adv.
OPEN 6:30 A.
TFILL 1:00 P. 1
id -i Tbn Daily
Following the dinner at 6:30 at the Michigan Union, a regular meeting
Fill be held in Room 401 Mason Hall, this evening, at 8:30. Mr. Harvey A.
immons will present "Affine Differential Geometry of Plane Curves." Grad-
ates, students and members of the faculty are cordially invited.
V. W. DENTON, Secretary.
The Physics Colloquium will meet in Room 202 Physics at 4:15 p. m. on
uesday, May 9. Prof. N..H. Williams will speak on "Phase and frequency
u Radio Circuits . -Mr. Ross Gunn will speak on "Electron Tubes in
[agnetic Fields". All interested are cordially invited to attend.
R. A. SAWYER.
horal Union Ushers:
Choral Union ushers who cannot attend all May Festical Concerts
lease report to me at once. W. C. HOLLANDS.
A meeting to commemorate the ,one hundredth anniversary of the birth
>f Pasteur will be held in the Histological Laboratory of the Medical School
in Tuesday evening, - May 9, at 8 o'lock. (The Council will meet at 7:30.)
iThe speakers will be Professors Gomberg and Novy. Members of the.
unior Research Club, Sigma Xi, and Phi Sigma are invited to attend.,
H. H. BARTLETT, Secretary.
[en's Educational Club:
There will be a meeting of the Men's Educational Club tonight at 7
'clock in Room 325, Michigan Union. Dean Whitney will speak on the
lans for the new School of Education building: All men interested in Edu-
ation are invited to be present.I
MANLEY M. ELLIS, President.
[echanical Engineering Students:
The A. S. M. E. will show the Jeffrey motion pictures covering mining
perations,'conveyor systems, and coal and ashes handling in power plants,
i Natural Science Auditorium at 7:30 tonight. Those interested are cor-
ially invited to be present. Admission free.
F. R. CHERER, Chairman A. S. At. E.
'rke, Davis Trip:
All College of Pharmacy students who expect to visit the Biological
arms at Rochester Friday must 'sign up for the trip in the Office of the
ecretary of the College before 4 p.. m. Wednesday. A minimum of fifty
assengers is necessary to secure the special car.
C. HI STOCKING.
[echanical and Electrical Engineers:
Will have an opportunity to hear about "Ventilation of Power Plants"
'om Mr. C. F. Hirshfeld, Chief of Research Department of the Detroit
dison Company, on Thursday, May 11, at 8 p. m., in Room 348, Engineer-
hat his treatment of this subjecting building. Mr. Hirshfeld promises
ill be such as to make it easily ,applicable to other types of structure than
ower plants. Although this is a regular meeting of the Detroit-Ann Arbor
ection of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, all persons irk-
rested are cordially invited to attend.
H. H. HIGBIE,
Chairman, Program Committee.
The date of the next regular meeting of Quadrangle has been advanced
May' 9, to avoid conflict with Miss Amy Lowell's lecture. The meeting
ill be held af the home of Prof. U. B. Phillips, Cambridge Road..
M. TEN HOOR, Provost.
-The following program will be given by Miss Evelyn Pace, Pianist, of
ort Huron, Michigan, and Mr. Richmond Gardner, Baritone, of Jewett City,'
onecticut, at the University School of Music Wednesday evening of this
eek at 8 o'clock. Miss Pace and Mr. Gardner are members of this year's
'aduation class and will receive Artist Diplomas in June; Chaconne (Bach-
asbni) Evelyn Pace; The Wanderer, Faith in Spring, The Linden Tree,
ho is Sylvia (Schubert), Richmond Gardner; Thirty-two Variations (Bee-
ove'n), Miss Pace; Vision Fugitive ("Herodiade") (Massenet), Mr. Gard-
r; Andante- (Surprise Symphony) (Haydn-Saens), Turkish March (Bee-
oven-Rubinstein), Caprice Viennois, Liebesfreud (Kreisler), If ,I Were a
rd (Hlenselt), Miss Pace; Folk Songs: Had a Horce, a Finer No One Ever
Lw;- Shepherd, See Thy Horse's Foaming .Mane; Would God -I Were the
ender Apple-Blossom; A Ballynure Ballad, Mr. Gardner. Mr. Leonard
ooks, Accompanist.- The public is cordially invited. No admission charge.
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
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oost, 1505, -vs. Clark, 374; Vyse,
0, ,vs. Freidman, 751-W; Toy, 870-
vs. McKechnie, 558; Sunderland,
, vs. Wilson, 1399; Housel, 2801-J,
J. Smith, 236; Miller, 2138-J, vs.]
eit, 753; Nichols, 753, vs. Wright,t
9; Hoge, 558, vs. Lightbody. 1505:
Bradford, 120, Croxton and Finn, 33,
vs. Smith and Sunderland, 236; Gustus
and McKechnie, 558, vs. Miller and
Petro, 2138-J; Seagers and Siewert,
33, vs. Stroit and Nichols, 753; Wright
and Wilson, 1399, vs. Frease and Bur-
See-Mary Pickford in "Little Lord
Fauntleroy." Help the Y.' W. C. A.
Girls' Camp by buying your tickets at
Graham's (either store), Quarry's Drug
Store, Farmers and Mechanics -Bank-