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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

IL OFFICIAI
Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)

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WHAT'S GOING ON

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SUNDAY, JUNE 4, 1922

Number 180

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
little 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. in.
WEATHER FAIR
TIME OF ASSEMBLY - 10:30 a. in.
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
on walk west side of Medical building, medics in front.
LAWS on walk east of Law building.
PHARMACEUTICAL on east walk south of Chemistry building.
HOMEOPATH1C including nurses from Homeopathic Training School
on 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
University 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. in.
WEATHER FAIR ,
TIMEo ,F ASSEMBLY - 8:30 a. in.
PLACES OF ASSEMBLY:
Members of the Faculties and invited guests, in University Hall where
they ;will robe.
Regents, ex-Regents and candidates for Honorary Degrees,, in the
President's office.
Honor Guard, at University Hall.
Students, at the same places as for Baccalaureate.
LINE OF MARCH -- State Street to S. University Ave., to E. Univer-
sity Ave., to North University Ave., to Hill Auditorium.
WEATHER RAINY
TIME OF ASSEMBLY - 9 a. in.
PLACES OF ASSEMBLY:
Members of the Faculties, ecept Deans, in the dressing rooms second
and third floors of Hill Auditorium, where they will robe. Enter by rear
doors.
Deans, Regents, ex-Regents and Candidates for honorary degrees, dress-
ing rooms first floor of Hill Auditorium.
Students will proceed directly to Hill Auditorium, entering through the
front door indicated by placard for their particular school or college and take
seats as directed by ushers. Prompt assembly is essential.
L. M. GRAM, Chief Marshal.
To the Deans:
There will be no conference of the Deans Wednesday, June 7.
M. L. BURTON.
Commencement Tickets - Official Notice:
It is with the greatest regret that the Regents are compelled to an-
nounce that the seating capacity of Hill Auditorium and the great size of the
present year's graduating class no longer permit the setting aside of any
seats in the Auditorium for others than members of the senior, or graduat-
ing, class and their immediate relatives. There are 4,480 seats on the three
floors of the Auditorium, of which 100 have been reserved for relatives of
honorary degree candidates, their hosts, and very elderly almni. Of the
balance, 4,380 seats, 1,600will be required to seat the graduating class which
Is about 400 persons or 33 1-3 per cent larger than the class of 1921, which
was itself the largest class ever graduated to that date. The candidates for
degrees thus far reported' number over 1,700. The remaining seats do not
suffice to furnish an average of two to each senior, though their needs are
in many cases for a larger 'number on this the culminating day of their col-
lege life. The Regents believe that the alumni will in most cases agree that
Commencement is, above all, the Seniors' day, and will, in memory of thei
own Commencement, cheerfully yield precedence to the Seniors of today.
The Seniors in turn have been urged to reduce their use of tickets to an
absolute minimum, in deference to the visiting alumni, whose claims are
scarcely less pressing than those of the Seniors themselves. Any tickets
which the Seniors courteously return under these circumstances will be
placed in the hands of Mr. W. B. Shaw, Secretary of the Alumni Association,
Saturday night, June 17, and will be distributed by him to members of the
earlier classes of alumni.
It is hoped that next year the new Field House at Ferry Field may furn-
ish proper accommodations for all who desire to be present at Commence-
ment.
For the present year, under circumstances which render impossible ar-
rangements satisfactory to all whom the University authoities earnestly de-
sire to treat with courtesy, we sincerely hope for tolerance of conditions
which we regret but cannot help.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH,
Secretary of the University.
To Users of the Daily Official Bulletin:
After the last issue of The Michigan Daily for the current semester, the
Daily Official Bulletin will be issued as a separate sheet, which will be posted
on ally 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 observed. Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice
to all members of the University. F. E. ROBBINS.

SUNiDAY
9:30-University Men's Bible class
meets in Lane bhall.
12:00-"The Story of Intolerance"
will be discussed by the student
M'lass, Church of Christ, South Uni-
versity avenue.
12:00-Baptist guild class meets in
Guild house. Dr. Chapman will
lead.
2:0-Freshman orchestra meets in
room 308 of Union.
4:30-Faculty Women's club meets at
home of Mrs. larklcy, 1816 Geddes
avenue.'
6:00-Baptist guild social half hour.
Refreshments will be served.
6:00-Presbyterian Young People's so-
ciety social half hour at Presbyter-'
ian church.
6:30--Mildred Harris leads Presbyter-
ian Young People's'meeting on "The
Church in Industrial Centers."
6:30-Miss Geraldine Hamilton leads
Baptist guild meeting. Glen Tsu Liu
willnspeak on "Growing Up With
China.'"
MONDAY
8:0016'raduatIon recital at School of
Music.

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.
Nembers of senior class of the School
of Education make application for
commencement exercises tickets
from 8 to 10 and from 1 to 3 o'clock
Tuesday, June 6, in lower corridor
of Tappair-hall. Application must be
made in person.
Seniors who have completed a course
in the journalism department and
are candidates for the journalism
certificates should hand in their
names to Prof. JAhn L. Brumm of
this department without further de-
lay.
Those who have ordered Glee club
charms are asked to call for them
from 2 to 4 o'clock in the afternoon
on June 6 or thereafter. All mem-
hers of the club who now have sheet
music or books belonging to the
club are asked to turn them in at
once.
.11 NE 16 IS DATE SET FOR
SENIOR WOMEN'S BREAKFAST
Senior girls will hold their annual
breakfast at the Michigan Unibn on
Saturday, June 16. It is expected that
more than 500 girls will attend this
affair. Dean Myra B. Jordan is to
speak on traditions and several oth-
er talks will be given. Martha Shep-
hard will act as toastmistress..
Ann Arbor Residents Travel in Europe
Mis Mary Ives, '22, Mrs. Ernest
tloyd, and Miss Betty Lloyd will leave
New York July 5, on a trip to Europe.
'phe party will Vavel throughout Eng-
land, Scotland, and France, returning
to this country Oct. 1.

Dean Jordan is Guest of Honor at Tea
The Faculty Women's club invites
the visiting alumnae to a tea for Mrs.
Myra B. Jordan, Friday, June 16, from
5 to 7 o'clock, at the home of Mrs.
Marion L. Burton.
RECREATION TRAINING SCHOOL
OF CHICAGO
(Successor to the Recreation Dept. Chicago
School of Civics and Philanthropy.)
One and two year courses in Recreation and
NEW SCHOOL OF COMMUNITY DRA.
MATICS AND PAGEANTRY
Boo S. Halsted St., (Hull House), Chicago
Write for Circular

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WEDNESDAY
S :00-Graduation program
of Music.

at School

June Victor Records
We have themn now, but first chlls are always heavy. Hear them now while
our list is yet complete.
SACRED SELECTIONS
88658 12 St. Paul-But the Lord Is Mindful of His Own Mme. Louise Homer
55162 12 Stabat Xater--Cujus Animam (Rossini)- Lambert Murphy
Stabat Mater-lnflammatus (Rossini) Lucy Isabelle Marsh and Cho.
TUNEFUL CONCERT AND OPERATIC
74743 12 Echo Song (Sir Henry It. Bishop) Amelita Galll-Curci
66046 10 Only to Dream You Love Me! (in Italian) Emillo de Gogorza
66057 10 Die Tote Stadt-Lautenlied der Marietta (In German) Maria Jeritza
74749 12 Lohengrin-Els-as Traum (Wagner) (In German) Maria Jeritza
66062 10 Zaza-E un riso gentil (In Italian) Giovanni Martinelli
66044 10 Jasmine Door (Weatlierly-Scott) Sophie Braslau
66047 10 Moonrise (l)ick-Samuels) Reinald Werrenrath
MELODIOUS INSTRUMENTAL
74745 12 11Ismunimer Night's Dream--March Toscanini-La Scala Orchestra
66048 10 Serenade (lrdla) Violin Solo Mischa Elman
35715 12 Slavonic Dance No. 1 (Dvorak) Victor Concert Orchestra
Slavonic Dance No. 2 (Dvorak) Victor Concert Orchestra
18883 10 Faust--Waltz from liermesse Scene (Gounod) Accordion Pietro
Medley of Favorite Operatic Airs Accordion Pietro
LIGHIT, TUNEFUL VOCAL SELECTIONS
45308 10 Baby1. Olive Kline
A Little Home With You Royal Dadmun
45309 10 Indiana Lullaby (Waltz Song) Olive Kline-Elsie Baker
Marcheta (Love Song of Old Mexico) Olive Kline--Elsie Baker
18884 10 Mammy Lou Peerless Quartet
Pick Me Up and Lay Me Down in Dear Old Dixieland
Peerless OQartet

U-NOTICES
Cuts of fraternity and organization
groups are at the Michiganensian
office and can be had upon request
made to members of the 'Ensian
staff.
All track men having athletic goods

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PHONE 121 7-J

LET US HAUL YOUR TRUNK
WALT JOHNSON
BILL MILLER
BOB IIGHT
KEN LEGALLEY
RED CHRISTIAN

IWE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE
Say I With rik

18892 10 Gee! But I Hate to Go Home Alone Victor Roberts
Don't Feel Sorry for Me Victor Roberts
18893 10 Wake Up Little Girl You're Just Dreaming Henry Burr
It's a Wonderful World After All Charles Harrison
LITLE SONGS FOR LITTLE CHILDREN
18886 10 (1) The Bunny (2) Pretty Pussy (3) Little Chickens and Snow
Birds (4) The Squirrel (5) Gold Fish (6) Bow-wow Alice Green
(1) Sing, Bluebird, Sing (2) The Butterfly (3) Robin Redbreast (4)
Raindrops (5) Pussy Willow (6) The Woodpecker
(7) Jacky Frost Alice Green
18887 10 (1) The Wild Wind (2) The Rainbow (3) Happy Thought (4) Now
It is Spring (5) Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star (6) The Dolly
Alice Green
(1) God Loves Me (2) A Chritsmas Lullaby (3) Evening
Prayer (4) Praise Him (5) The Child Jesus Alice Green
DANCE SELECTIONS
18881 10 Cuddle Up Blues-Fox Trot The Virginians
My Honey's Lovin' Arms-Fox, Trot a The Virginians
18882 10 Swanee River Moon-Medley Waltz International Novelty Orch.
Do It Again:-Fox Trot Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra
18885 10 Every Day-Medley Fox Trot Joseph C Smith and His Orchestra
Rose of Stamboul-Med. Waltz Joseph C. Smith and His Orchestra
18888 10 No Use. Crying-Fox Trot All Star Trio and Their. Orchestra
Teasln'-Fox Trot All Star Trio and Their Orchestra
18889 10 You Can Have Ev'ry Light On Broadway-Fox Trot ,
International Novelty Orchestra
Lovey Dove-Fox Trot Club Royal Orchestra
18S90 10 California-Fox Trot Club Royal Orchestra
Who Believed in You1-Fox Trot All Star Trio and Their Orch.
18891 10 Some Sunny Day-Fox Trot Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra
Rosy Posy-Fox Trot Club Royal Orchestra
Schaeberle & on

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Graduate Students:

Those students taking higher degrees who require tickets for Com-
mencement Exercises for members of their families, must call at the Gradu-
ate School office on Wednesday or Thursday, June 7 and 8, to register appli-
cations with the Committee. B. L. BECKWITH.
Zoology 3a (Heredity):
The section meeting at 8 o'clock Wednesday and Thursday will take the
examination at the same hour as the rest of the class (Monday afternoon,
June 5) in Newberry Hall. A. FRANKLIN SHULL.
Examinations in Surveying:
Final examination in Course 2 will be given Thursday, June 8, 2-6 p. m.,
in room 348 Engineering building.
Final examination in Course 4 will be given Thursday, June 8, 2-6 p.
m., in rooms 301 and 311 Engineering building.
G. L. WESSINGER.
Junior Research Club:
The annual banquet will be held at the Michigan Union Tuesday, June
6, at 6 o'clock. HAROLD R. SNOW, Secretary.
Miackine Shop Practice.
Will those students taikng Shop 4, who wish to take the examination at
a date earlier than that scheduled, meet with me for a few moments on Mon-

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Monday and Tuesday
June 5 and 6

curling camp fire smoke hangs heavy on the evening air.

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