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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, UXE 2, 192

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LY OIALBULLETIN
Copy received until 3:30 p. ,m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)

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FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1922

N~umber 178

To MIlmbers of the Senior Class:
By ruling of the Board of Regents, members of the senior class who are
candidates for degrees may be excused from attendance at Commencement
exercises at the discretion of the President of the University. All such per-
sons, who are compelled by sufficient reasons to be absent, are directed to
present their request in writing to the Secretary or Registrar of their col-
leges or schools before the evening of Saturday, June 10.
F. E. ROBBINS.
Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
There will be & meeting of the Faculty of these colleges Friday, June 2,
at 4:15 p. m. in Room 411, Engineering building. Special Subject, - REVI-
SION OF CURRICULUM.
LOUIS A. HOPKINS, Secretary.
To Users of the Daily OfiQcial Bulletin:
After the last issue of The Michigan Daily for the current semester, the
Daily Official Bulletin will be issued as a separate aheet, which will be posted
on all University bulletin boards each week-day morning, beginning Tues-
day, June 6, and continue through Saturday, June 17. Copy should be handed
to the undersigned, and the same conditions of publication as prevail at
present will be obse'rved. Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice
to all members of the University. F. E. ROBBINS.
To Students "Wanting Summer Work:
Mr. GuyW. Ellis, 'resident of the Guy W. Ellis Real Estate Company of
Detroit, will be at the Allenel Hotel Monday, June 5, to interview students
who are interested in an opportunity to secure remunerative work during
the summer months. Please call promptly at 10 a. m., 3 p. m., or 8 p. m.
J. A. BURSLEY.
Automobile Engineering:
The Monday section in M. E. 32 will meet Thursday, June 8, at 1 p. m.,
and the Tuesday section will meet Wednesday, June 7, at 8 a. m., - for the
laboratory work on carburetion. If this conflicts with any final examination
let me know at once. W. E. LAY.
Final Examination in Economies 34:
Will be held the first Saturday 9-12 in Newberry Hall.
C. C. EDMONDS.
Rhetoric, Course 2:
The examination in Course 2 will be held Wednesday, June 14, at 9, in
the following rooms:
Mr. Cook, Room 101, Economics building.
Mr. Adams, Room 205, Mason Hall.
Mr. Morris, Room 202, West Hall.
Messrs. Greenland and Lasher, Physics building, west lecture room.
Messrs. Schenck, Taylor, and Thomas, Memorial building, west gallery.
Messrs. Walter, Wells, and Wicker, Room 203, Tappan Hall.
Messrs. Coffey, Schmiedeskamp, and Quinnell, Room B, Law building.
Mr. Abbot, east lecture room, Physics building.
F. N. SCOTT.
To Students Receiving Wisconsin Bonus:
Kindly call at my office and leave your home address so that your May
bonus check may be mailed to you if you so desire.
F. B. WAHR,
Assistant to Dean of Students.
R, 0. T. C.:
Students desiring to receive instruction in Military Science .during the
summer session are requested to consult Major Arthur at Room 220, Engi-
neering building, between 10 and 12:30 week days. Course 1 will be offered
for students now enrolled but who have not taken or completed that course.
Other courses will be offered only for students who have failed to complete
them. 'ROBERT ARTHUR.
P.M. S.&T.
R. 0. T. C.:
Students are requested to turn in all books, uniforms, and other govern-
ment property today at Room 330, Engineering building.
ROBERT ARTHUR, P. M. S. & T.

PROGRAMS OF JUNE ALUMNI
REUNIONS HERE ANNOUNCED
(Cntinued from Page One)
Marion L. Burton and other prominent
speakers will address the graduates.
A buffet luncheon will be served to
the men from 12:30 to 1:30 'o'clock
in Waterman gymnasium.
In the afternoon a second mass
meeting of the alumni will be held,
the purpose of which is "just to have
a good time." A parade to Ferry field
where the second Alumni-Varsity
baseball game will be played will take
place at 4 o'clock, the alumni going
directly from the gathering in Hill
auditorium.
At 8:30 o'clock the graduates will
be witnesses of the annual senior
promenade. At 9 o'clock a Senate re-
ception will be held in Alumni Memor-
ial hall.
Alumni to Attend Baccalaureate
On Sunday the alumni will attend
the Baccalaureate address to the grad-
uates of all the schools and colleges
in Hill auditorium. The commence-
ment exercises of Monday will be the
last official gathering of the gradu-
ates. Informal meetings of the var-
ious classes holding reunions, how-
ever, will take place after the official
program has closed.
Aside from the classes whose names
were previously published, the follow-
ing have signified their intention of
attending the reunion: '67, David
Taylor, Lansing, secretary; '77M, Dr
Oscar Armstrong: '02D: '08.A. F.
Shull, Ann Arbo; '09, Rev. Edmund
Chafine. New York; and '09L, Charles
Bowles, Detroit.
LITTLE INTEREST SHOWN IN
PLAN FOR CO-OP ENTERPRISE
(Continued from Page One)
students and other members of the
University to buy supplies for prices
a very little above actual cost. He
also stated that it would be easy to
finance the scheme through the aid
of a very limited group, but that such
a procedure would nullify the very
spirit of the co-operative idea, and
that it is the purpose of its promoters
to make the store truly co-operative.
Engagement of Students is Ainnonneed
Announement has been made of the
engageme.3I of Ruth M. ling, to
Herbert . .Twining, '2. Miss King
is a member of the Kappa Dcita sor.-
o ity.
Subscribe for The Summer Michigan
Daily today.-Adv.
Is Your Pen- Ready for Exams?
RIDER
THE PEN SPECIALIST 308 S. STATE
w buys a brand
$50"orneCorona
portable type-
writer. Other makes
at attractive prices.
See u before you buy.
We buy good used typewriters.
Many leae their machines with tys
during the summer to be stored, clean-
ed or repaired and ready for use when
the fall term opens.
0. D. MORRILL, 17 Nickels Arcade.
The Typewriter and Stationery Store.
BASE BALL
GET INTO
THE GAME
WTH
SPALDING
EQUIPMENT
GLOVES, MITTS,
BATS, BALLS, ETC.
Oueataogoo.r
I ' n ou r fo r h to ao k g . :
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
211 So. State St. Chicago, II.

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SOPHOMORES START PLANS
FOR JUNIOR ADVISER WORK
A meeting of sophomore girls for
the discussion of their work as jun.
ior advisers next fall was held yes-
terday afternoon at Barbour gymnas-
ium. Margaret McIntyre, '23, chair-
man of the junior adviser committee
of 1922, gave a short talk about the
work to be carried on. All sopho-
mores who were not present at this
meeting and are eligible for junior ed-
visers are requested to give theirl
names to Elizabeth Carson, '24, 1314-M.
E ( '22E NOTICE I
I Senior engineers may obtain
commencement invitations and
announcements from 10 to 12
o'clock today in room 111. Eng-
ineering building.

CROSS COUNTRY NOTICE [
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All freshman milers and two
milers who intend to run cross
country next year willreport. to
the Ferry field club house be-
tween 3 and 5 o'clock any day
I next week to be measured for
cross country shoes.
. The following named men E
should also report: Rearick,
Arndt, Prophet, Van de Visse,
I Cochran, Dunklin, H. L. Davis,
Everett, Bowen, Polhamus, Kry-
sminski, and any others who
wish to try out.
S. J. FARRELL,
Coach.
S. C. A. Appeals for Pledge Payments
Appeal is made by the Lane hall
authorities for the payment of pledges
yet outstanding in the S. C. A. drive
among the students. One thousand,
six hundred dollars has been received
to the present day but this amount
turned in is only 75 per cent of the
total subscription promised.

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ELECTRIC
FLOOR SANDING
I sand by the
1OUR FOOT, OR JOB.
Specialty of
Fraternity, Sorority, and
Large Halls
New and Old Floors
EMMETT BAILEY
Office and Residences
319 East Washington Street
Unow

We buy used typewriters of the bet
fvr makes. O. D. Morrill. 17 Nickels
Arcade.--Adv.

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PAID FOR.
second-hand Text Books
Wahr's University P$ookstores

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WNW

Seventy-five
Palm Beach

Suits

IPriced as low as Ten dollars

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We have in our store at this time
75 PALM BEACH UITTS

which

we have priced to sell.

~I hese are not "sale clothes" but
clothes of the standard quality

WHAT'S GOING ON

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SATURDAY
4:00-Michigan-Ohio State
game at Ferry field.
U.NOTICES

baseball

Cuts of fraternity and organization
groups are at the Michiganensian
office and can be had upon request
made to members of the 'Ensian
staff.
Al track men haying athletic goods
in their possession belonging to the
Athletic association, such as track
shoes, sweat pants, and sweat shirts
will please hand them in at the
Ferry field club house not later than
June 12.
Senior engineers will have their last
opportunity to get commencement
invitations and announcements from
10 to 12 o'clock today in room 111,
Engineering building.
TWINING, 2P, WINS
PRIZE FOR SCHOLARSHIP

COMMENCEMENT WEEK ROOMS
TO BE LISTED AT UNION
Rooms for commencement week vis-
itors will be listed at the Union desk
early next week, according to P. J.
Schneider, '24, chairman of the Union
housing committee. A list of more
than 200 rooms is already on hand and
it is expected that there will be enough
desirable rooms to take care of all
of the visitors. All the rooms in the
Union have been reserved for more
than three months.
,UNE SCRIBNER'S CARRIES
ARTICLE BY WILFRED SHAW
Wilfred B. Shaw, '04, secretary of
the Alumni association, has written
an article in the June issue of Scrib-
ner's magazine entitled, "A New Power
in the University Affairs." Mr. Shaw
outlines the progress of the present-
day university and sights the impor-
tance of the alumni of a college as the
new power.

store.

You should avail yourself

of the opportunity of getting one
of the suits at the present prices.'
If you have never worn PALM
BEACH clothes you have a treat

that alI w a ys

I

comes from

Save your other
clothes this summer
Be comfortable
wear Palm Beach

Our

in store for you.

They are

so

Roscoe M. Twining, '25P, was
awarded the Rho Chi scholarship
prize of a $10 gold piece as the re-
sult of high scholastic records
throughout the year and on the rec-
ords of a special written examination
given last Saturday morning. The
prize is.awarded each year by the Rho
Chi Honorary Pharmacy fraternity to
the freshma~n pharmic student doing
the best work throughout the year, its
purpose being to promote scholarship
among the pharmic students. The re-
sults of the examination were made
public yesterday afternoon by Pro-
fessor Stocking of the pharmacy de-
partment.
The Rho Chi is a new society of its
nature having been but recently in-
augurated. It was formerly called
the Aristolochite National Pharmacy
Honor society. Three chapters have=
been granted the new society, the Al-
pha chapter being at Michigan. Ore-
gon and Oklahoma have also been giv-
en charters under the new organiza-
tion.
Road Michigan Daily Ads aud you
will buy wisely.--Adv.

CITY SCHOOLS BOND ISSUE
RECEIVES MAJORITY VOTE
Out of a total of 2,227 votes cast
at an election held yesterday for Ann
Arbor voters to determine whether
the city should float a $715,000 bond
issue for the financing of the second
step in the school building program,
1,308 voters signified their favor of
the plan.
This means that one new building
and additions to two now standing
will be built within the near future.

light, cool and comfortable -
just the thing for summer wear.
It is real economy to wear Palm
Beach clothes when you can buy
them at prices ranging from ten
to twenty-five dollars. With or-
dinary care a suit will wear for

These suits are priced at less than you
will be able to buy for in your home
towns. Let us show you how to save
your car fare home.

Gym Lockers Must Be Empty June 14
All lockers in Waterman gymnasium
must be cleaned out by Julie 14. Dr.
George A. May says that although
some effort will be made to gather the
clothes together in bundles, those in
charge will not be responsible for
clothes left in the lockers. Students
attending summer school may secure
their locker tickets when they pay
their tuition fee for the Summer ses-
sion.

The WRITE Gift"
BOXED WRITING PAPER FOR
GRADUATION
BINDS FRIENDSHIP CLOSER.

two seasons.

Come Today!-An early inspection hill

insure

youa

much wider selection to choose from

From the wealth of styles and
grades in our store ypu will find
it very easy to select the Boxed
Writing Paper that will reflect
te nersonality ofthe npv

Union Directors to Meet Tonight wish.toremember.
The board of directors of the Union wish to remember.
will meet at 7 o'clock tonight in the R
Union president's office. 0. D. MORRILL
Lost something? A Classified Ad in 17 NICKELS ARCADE
Phe Daily will And it for ynn-Adv ThA tatanfiArv find TvnewritrA' tne

'II

J. KARL MALCOLM

604 E. Liberty Street

"Quality First-Eco nomy

Always"

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