in the Buletlu is constriictil'e notice to all members of
tty. Copy received until a0 iP. m. (11.130 a. iii. tuz aY.)
TVWEI)MSIAT, )L1AY 9, 1943 umnber
SSophomores, Spring Games:
ance with custom and with the eonsent. of their respective
men and Sophomores In the Colleges of Literature, Soidlwe,
Engneering and Architcture, and Pharmacy are excused" froh
,ree 'p~m. Friday, May 11, until 12 o'clock nogon,; Satrday. DNAY'
amn to participate in the spring gam".
,a who are candidates for the 'Certificate in Jomrnali~m are
gister between 2 and 4, Wednesday, Room 346, Unilverality 'all.
e or the'certificate must have completed one of the curricula
and maintained a scholarship average In the department 'of a
better. J . L. BU M.
dry 'students 'planning to transfer neat Septemnber to oils of
kal Schools or Colleges, not on the Comnbined. Curricula, should
tioun to the Registrar before June 1.
ARTHUR 0. ILALt4 B isrr
F IU lYjil.l l1v1 1V
The fallowing members of the Monday and Wednesday section a^a
requested to see me by appointment as early as convenient: 1,scillc Be-
beau, Fi;lizaberth,, " Drake, Vera Katz, Isabel Nichols, Marguerite Sliaulding,
Agnes Ulberg._ A. FI'tANKLIN 'SHULL.
.,oelolry Sit (Heredity);
All luembers of tle class trill take examination at the same hour, l
Thursday, Way 10, at J a:ra. 2\Iernbers of. the Monday and Wednesday sec-
turn will got to Natural Science Lecture Room. Of the Tuesday and 'iThbrs-
day section, thcuae occupying seats in. rows A to L inclusive will go to
Room B,,Law Building, those 'assigned to row3 INI to V inclusive will go
to Weat Ga.llery Alumni Memorial Hall. A. FrUNKLIN SHULL.
Uy Prcrdnem- n Flays, "The Truth" Postponed
Thy production of Clyde Fitch's "The Truth,~ which was scheduled for
Nay 20 in the aeries of Play Production Plays, has been postponed until >j
Wsr date. R. D. T. HOLLISTER.
Mpbs E011on Xn s
.A.lphe Epsilon Mu will hold an important business meeting at 7;45
o'clock- this eve.hing in the. Physiology Building, second floor.
DONALD J. FRALEY,
At Peace Meet,
We are-,,Proud of our Home -Made I 'IM
ofBaked Goods. We can mcak-'e and,-
thing you want for your table.
PablIe peWng. for EngWors s
Vie following men will speak at this week's regular Thursday night
.rPl. ssmbly: r
J. S. Mackenzie, Litt. 1)., LLI.D., Professr of Pbdlosophiy' it tht
ity of Wales, formerly Fellow of 'the Ulniversities of Qlasgo'w., apd
go, will deliver two University lectures on Monday and Trleday,
and 18, as follows: (1) "The Three-fold. Commonwealth," Mohduy,
ait 4:,15 p.m.. in Nvatural Science ,Auditorlum;; (2) "Otar Present, Out-
Philosophy," Tuesday, May 16, at. 2:00 ?p.m. n Room 13, LaW~ Ibuild-
we public is cordially invited. F. E. ROHR N$-
Students 0f the Graduate School:
z Alfred 11. Lloyd and Mrs. Lloyd will be a6 home; 1735 Washtena~w
Corner Cambridge Road, to students 6fthzeGraduate Sc660ol on
afternoons, from four to six, on the following dates: May 11 and
kdvisory, Committee, College of LiterstureM Sienpe and the' Ar t "
Dean's Advisory Committee is asked to meet next Friday, Wei 11th,
1. :iu the Doanes office.' JOHN R. EFFNGEIR.
8Le11 ra en
' Sr .rz ac
( E y ' uSJ. 5
Viscount Oshimiczu Mshioji, a mem-
ber of the Japanese I-louse of .Peers, is z
i attending the Lausanne conference as S
I the representative of Nippon.
13c Large Loav'es'
Bread ... " ." .... , .....lue
No better Bread made !
J rnali Yn i34 s .
The .class in Ethics of
thisc.Ofternoon and for the
Journalism will meet in Room 208, Tappan Hall,
rest of the semester. E. G. BURROWS.
Oeneral Hale, commanding the 6th Corps Area, will riview th6 R. 0'
'. t 4:001 P. M. today on the South~ end oif Ferry. Fil1d. Companies wvill
~as heretofore opposite the R. 0. T.r C. Headquarters. Asses nbly ;Wll
oedat 1:30. All 'memvbers 'of thie R. 0. T. C. have been. oxcused
genoon Clasacs in other' departments 'and every man Is expected to
renet.. JOHN A. BROO") Y R.
Univen1t* of Michigan Band:
P6r*&t1ons . for the Nveek.
Wednea4ay, May 9th, 7 P. M. Band Stand. Outdoor Concert. Racks,
Mrm 0,4ki. No Uniforms.
Thursday, May 10th, 3:45. P. M. Hill Aud.-Terrace. - Swing-Out. 'Racks,
Mikith books. : No Uniforms.
Plii tV, May, 11th; 7:30 P. M. Dill Aud. Track Rallk. No racks. March
books. Dress Uniforms.
Saturday, May 12th, 2 P. M. Lane Hall Tracy Meet. Press Uniforms.
WILFRED WILSON, Dlrector.
Reach The D ail "Classified" Colu ns
An international art exhibit of more
than SO water-colors is . now being
shown in the wesit gallery of Alumni
Memorial hall under the auspices of
f the Ann Arbor Art association.. Noted
I artists from all the leading countries
of the world have submitted copies of
their work. The collection is being
circulated under the direction of the
1 Chicago Art institute and comes here
from the City Art museum in St.
Landscapes, figures, portraits and j
marines from the brushes of such men
as McBey of England and Sato of
Japan' are included in the exhibit. Ger-
many is represented b Muller and
many others, France by4 Simon, Bau-
tet de Monuel and a number of their
famous colleagues. America sends a
bounteous contribution from Barry
Faulkner, Jane' Peterson and others.
150 Doz. Parker H ous Rolls, I C
made, daily, per doz.. . .
They are certainly fine.
(fur Bake Shop's Bens Night and
In order to fill our orders.
20c Lar ,Cookies,
per dozen"f."fffff.ff e.
The Best That Can Be lade .
Our Angel" 'Food Cakes
Melt in Your Mouth
Only 15c, and 20c each
stvd in 'the business trainaing course in non-teehnkatl
the Gene'al. Electric Company, Schenectady, le., V.,Are
Robert Wieneke. 'Mr. Wienee may be reached .byte-
expects to be in Room 302, Union, afternoons tl~s week.
Il. K lOa flT .
0c 1((H'' ' owe Made
Any Kind You Want
tJin and CSipeclal M1ethods in Freuih.
rhu lday, May 10, in Room 307 URI.
This s"A'ton w96ll munt
A. G.. CAN1IEI ..
MAIN TRAVELLED ROADS.".*."....................... ........... ............. 2.00
OTHER :1iAIN TR.ATE14LED "ADS. ... .. ..... ...................... 2A0,
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13c Large Whole Wheat
Lo'a'ves of read . " " "
thie Senior Swing ou~t, tho ceas
4-6l, this week,. but on Friday..
in German 14 *Tl not
T . D II! IC QF .
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laftk Af*L' I".&loft
embeors of the Tuesday, ahd Thursday section way obtain thedr blu"
fromu the second exarrltnation by calling at Room Z-4), Natra
ifl'ct answers to parts II and III of second examination Are posteA
Room 234, Natural Sciceuie Building.
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Sig Shipment of Pi nets 'Due An); DO y.
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ood Safe Canoes for Rent!C
Cash Cards Now on Sale .....$15.40 in Trade for $7.50