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THE MICHItAN DAILY

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ILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)

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SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1922

Number 179

Plans for Baccalaureate and Commencement:
All who expect to take part in the exercises of Commencement week
will please take note of the following schedule in order that there will be as
ittle confusion as possible in carrying out the program. Punctuality is
especially important as the processions will start on scheduled time.
BACCALAUREATE - Sunday, June 18, 11 a. m.
WEATHER FAIR
TIME OF ASSEMBLY -10:30 a. m.
PLACES OF ASSEMBLY:
Members of the Faculties in the dressing rooms second and third floors
of Hill Auditorium where they will robe. Enter by rear doors.
Students of the various schools and colleges, as follows:
LITERARY on walk between Tappan Hall and Museum..
ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS on walk in Engineering Court.
MEDICAL including nurses from University Hospital Training School
m walk west side of Medical building, medics in front.
LAWS on walk east of Law building.
PHARMACEUTICAL on east walk south of Chemistry building.
HOMEOPATHIC including nurses from Homeopathic Training School
n west walk south of Chemistry building, nurses in front.
DENTAL on walk south of Fire Station.
GRADUATE SCHOOL (candidates for higher degrees on walk east of
Jniversity Hall.
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION on walk between Library and Physics bldg.
WEATHER RAINY
A sprinkle will not be considered rainy. It must actually rain with no
prospect of clearing..
Students will proceed directly to Hill Auditorium. Seats will be reserved
until 10:50 a. m.
COMMENCEMENT - Monday, June 19, 10 a. m.
WEATHER FAIR
TIME OF ASSEMBLY - 8:30 a. m.
PLACES OF ASSEMBLY:
Memjers of the Faculties and invited guests, in University Hall where
hey will robe.
Regents, ex-Regents and candidates for Honorary Degrees, in the
Eresident's office.
Honor Guard, at University Hall.m
Students, at the same places as for Baccalaureate.
LINE OF MARCH - State Street to S. University Ave., to E. Univer-
ity Ave., to North University Ave., to Hill Auditrium.
WEATHER RAINY
TIME OF ASSEMBLY -9 a. m.
PLACES OF ASSEMBLY:
Members 'of the Faculties, except Deans, in the dressing rooms second
nd third floors of Hill Auditorium, where they will robe. Enter by rear
loors.
Deans, Regents, ex-Regents and Candidates for honorary degrees, dress-
ng rooms first floor of Hill Auditorium.
Students will proceed directly toHill Auditorium, entering through the
ront door indicated by placard for their particular school or college and take
eats as directed by ushers. Prompt assembly is essential.
L. M. GRAM, Chief Marshal.
o Heads of Deptes ving work to Freshmen, Colleges of Literature,
Science, and the Arts:t
The Committee on Freshmen Classification desires the return as soon
s possible of the cards which were distributed about May 1 in order that
hey might be filled out as desired by the departments interested.
PHILIP E. BURSLEY, Chairman.
.utomobile Engineering:
The Monday section in M. E. 32 will meet Thursday, June 8, at 1 p. m.
nd the Tuesday section will meet Wednesday, June 7, at 8 a. m., - for the
aboratory work on carburetion. If this conflicts with any final examination
at me know at once. W. E. LAY.
mployment in Journalism:
Students who are interested in employment with the Scripps McRae
eague, publishers of twenty-five newspapers, will send to E. G. Burrows,
306 Washtenaw Terrace, a post-card with the following information: Name,
cidress, age, newspaper experience, record in journalism courses, availa-
ilt for permanent or temporary work, preference as to desk or reportorial
ork, choice of city or state, earliest possibel time to begin work.
E. G. BURROWS.

TWO MICHIGAN MEN
PLACE IN- TRIALS
True Takes Third in 880 Yard Run;
Jtoffmn Second in Javelin
Throw
INDICATIONS POINT TO
VICTORY FOR ILLINI MEN
(By Associated Press)
-Iowa City, June 2.-With shatter-
ing of the record in the javelin
throw and steller ,performances in
other events the western conference
outdoor track and field championship
meet opened here today. The finals
will be decided ,tomorrow with indi-
cation pointing to victory for the
University of Illinois, winners of the
1921 Big Ten indoor and outdoor
championship.
Michigan men placing were: Trice
third in second heat, 880 yard run;
Hoffman second in javelin throw.
Angier, Illinois javelin thrower,
hurled the shaft 195 feet 3 3-4 inch-
es for a conference record.
There will be nine starters in the
finals, nine also qualified in the 880
run, Yates, of Illinois, was first in 1
min. 56 4-5 sec., the fastest time of
the trials. Morrow, of Iowa, nosed
out Kloeeter, of Illinois, in the second
heat; his time being 1 min. 57 4-5
sec.
440 yard dash-First heat, won by
Sessendem, Illinois; Johnson, Minne-
sota, second; Pittenter, Ohio, third.
Time 49 sec. Second heat-won by
Sweet' Illinois; Hultkramtz, Minneso-
ta, second; Fitch, Illinois, third. Time
48 4-5 sec. Third heat - won by
Schlapprizzi, Illinois; Wolters, Ames,
second; Everitt, Ohio, third. Time 49
1-5 sec.
880cyard run-First heat-won by
Yates, Illinois; Higgins, Ames, second;
Tormay, Ohio, third aTime 1 mn. 56
4-5 sec. Second heat-won by Mor-
row, Iowa.
News of the Day
IN BRIEF
(By Associated Press)
Canton, China, June 2.-President
Sun Yet Sen, of the South China gov-
ernment, returned to Shan Tung yes-
terday. It is generally believed that
a reconciliation with General Chen
Chiung-ming, the Southern military
leader, is about to be effected.
Pekin, China, June 2.'-Sun Yet Sen,
president of the Suth China Repub-
lic, who so far has failed to reply to
proposals to join Wu Pe Fu and mem-
bers of the old republican regime in
their program to reunite the North
and South, is reported continuing his
hostile march northward at the head
of 30,000 men.
Washington, June 2.-Carrying an
appropriation of $341,750,000, the an-
nual army appropriation bill was
passed late today by the senate. It
fixes the size of the army for the
nextryear at an average of 12,530
officers and-133,000 men.
Baltimore, June 2.-John Barnes
Symon, a San Francisco-business man,
was held under $5,000 bail on a charge
of assault on the high seas on George
H. Broadhurst, Nev$ York, at a hearing
before a United States commissioner
here today.
The assault is i'eported to have tak-
en place aboard the steamship Colom-
bia shortly before she touched at Ha-
vana. The ship reached this port to-
day.

New York, June 2.-A proposal to
ask President Harding. to appoint a
tribunal to settle the anthracite coal
strike was submitted.by the operators
at -a meeting today with representa-
tives of the miners. Phillip Murray,
vice president of the United Mine
Workers of America, said the proposal
was "objectionable," but would be
referred to the wage scale committee.
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CITIZEN'S TRAININ6 CAMP
Applications for the Citizens' Mil-
itary Training camp that will be held
at Camp Custer, Michigan, between
Aug. 2 and Sept. 2 must be in by June
30. This, camp will afford regular
army training for men between the
ages of 17 and 35. All expenses,
transportation, food, and outfit will be
paid by the government . The appli-
cant has the choice of the different
branches of the service.. He may
choose either infantry, artillery, or
neering, aviation, coast artillery, or
cavalry. The camp will be under the
control of army officers, West Point
officers being in the majority.
Thirty-five applications have been
received to date. One hundred men
are wanted from this district. Courses
will be offered men in three grades of
military training.
Further details'concerning the camp
may be secured from the Washtenaw
county chairman, T. R. Peirsal, who
will give further information and ap-
pliation blanks to all young men in-
terested. There are also educational
requirements that must be taken in-
to consideration. The maximum age
limit for applicants who have had
prior training in the Regular Army,
'National Guard, or OrganizedvRe-
serves, including World War veter-
ans, is 35 years.
Engagement Announced
Mrs. Emily Cushing Sheldon an-
nounced the engagement of her daugh-
ter, Eleanor, to Dr. Dean ,Wentworth
Myers,,of \nn Arbor, in Minneapolis
on Frida, May 26. The announce-

ment was made here yesterday after- been social director of Betsy Barbour
noon at a tea given at the home of house since its was opened in 1920.
President-emeritus Harry B. Hutchins The marriage will take place in the
and Mrs. Hutchins. Miss Slbeldon has fall.
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WHAT'S GOING ON

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

baseball

SUNDAY
-Baptist guild class mee
d- house. Dr. Chapman

ets in
will

-Baptist guild social half hour.
freshments will be served.
-Miss Geraldine Hamuilton lds
at guild meeting. Glen Tsu Liu
I speak on "Growing Up With
na."
U-NOTICES
of fraternity and organization
ups are at the Michiganensian
ce and can berhad upon request
de to members of the 'Ensian

HART, '15, TALKS
TO COMEDY CLUB
Thomas Hart, '15, who has just
completed an engagement with Miss
Ethel Barrymore in "Declasse" and
who will be with her in her new show
next year, addressed the Comedy club
at its lagt meeting of the year held
Thursday afternoon in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall. "Present Prospects on the
Stage" was the subject on which he
spbke to those present.
Mr. Hart told of his own early ex-
periences in procuring engagements
and changes that have taken place
during the last 10 years. He has also
been connected with some of Eugene
1 O'Neil's early plays. and has worked
in several other well known produc-
tions.#
The club also elected officers at
this meeting and discussed possibili-
ties for their next year's production.
The officers elected were president,
C. J. Dresbach, '24, vice president,.
Ruth Werkheiser, '23, secretary, Thek-
la Forsythe, '24, and treasurer, Wen-
dell Hanselman, '23.
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track men having athletilc goods
i their possession belonging to the
thletic association, such as track
hoes, sweat pants, and sweat shirts
ill please hand them in at the
erry field club house not later than
ue 12.
bor engineers will have their last
hance between 9 and .10 o'clock this
orning to obtin commencement
ivitations and announcements in
om 111 of Engineering building.
for laws may obtain commence-
ent invitations and announcements
atween 1 and 2 o'clock today, in
e- students' consultation room of
e Law building.,

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Women . Patent Leather qses $
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Miss Georgia Jackson, '13-'15, one of
the editors of the Literary Digest, was
in Ann Arbor last Tuesday visiting
her friends and former teachers. Miss"
Jackson is the first woman to hold
'such a position on that magazine, her
special department being entitled,
"Birds, Beasts, and Trees." While she
was a student here Miss Jackson was
for a time private secretary to Secre-
tary S. W. Smith and later to Prof.
F. N. Scott.

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er basis and insure to the guard are especially urged to
such units through- be present at the next rehearsal,
which will be held .at 4 o'clock Thurs-
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13, when a banquet sium. This is the last chance for in,
he members at the struction of the guard.
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