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TI I E NMICHICAN DAIL _________

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(-OFFICIAL BULLETIN'
In the Rulletiu is coiistructtro notice to all membersat
ty. Copy received urnti l S20 r m. (11:30 a. m. PIturday.)
THURSDAY, '.Ay 10, 19":1 Number 100

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Lion All, .enors :
HIE DIPLO6MA FEE IS PAYABLE NOW! FEarly settlement Is nece8-
for the preparation of diplon as. In no case will" the University;
ra degree at Commnencement upon any student who fta to pay this
afore 4 o'clock p. m. May 22. In case the' Faculty does not' recommendI
Mayor, the fee will be refunded on surrender .or receipt for payment.
aove applies" also 'to teacher's certificate fee, business administration
qate fee and nurse's diploma fee Candidates for degrees, or for any
lcte or' diploma' should AT ONCE~ fill out card at office of the Sece-
f their College or School, pay the Treasurer of the University and
card -receipted, and file indicated section of this receipted card with
ecretary of their College or School. Do not delay till "the last, mo..
but attend to this matter at ones.
heTreasurer's Office will be closed each Saturday afternoon.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary University.
Bstudents" of the Graduate lcbool =
can Alfred H. Lloyd and Mrs. Llaw'd will be at home, 1735 Washtena'w
LCorner Cambridge Road, to stutdents of the Graduate School on
rafternoons, from four to six, on the following dates: May 11 and
Uy 3a (Heredity) :
emlbr. Af the. Tuesday .and .Thursday secti on may, obtain their, ;blue-
from the second examnination by calling at Room Z-229, Natural
,e wuilding. --
)rrect answers to parts II and III of second examination are posted
Floom 234, Natural Science Building.
ie following members of the Monday and. Wednesday section are
tecd to see me by appointment as early as convenient: Lucille Be.-
Elizabeth IDrake, Vera Katz, "Isabel Nichols, Marguerite , Spaulding,
Ulberg. A. FRANKLIN' SHULI4.
67l 3 (eredity):
1t members of the class will take examitnation at the same hour,
day, May 10, at 9 a.m. Members ot the Monday and Wednnesday" sec-
411 go to Natural Science Lecture Room., Of the Tuesday and Thurs-
action, those occupying seats in rows A to L inclusive will go to
B, Law Building; those assigned to rows- IM to FV inclu-sive will go
st Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall., Vi..'FRANKLIN SHULL.

N OTICE-Copy for tis 'lumtn rhoiild
be tsubmihtted by .i.301 'cloc k of
the day Weornep-Wic awtfofl.
TIIURSIJA1Y
12 I5--Dental faculty lunch in private
dining-room of the Union.
3:45 -Formnation of senior classes in
front: of Library.
4 -:OO--litdtng of entire 'Enslan staff
in staff room' of Press building. !
6:00-Scabbard and Blade dinner in,
Eprivate' dining room of the Union.
6:00-Rho " Chl dinner in room 319, of
the ,Union.4
6:16-"Phl .Sigms dinner In room 321
of the Union.}
6:80.-itasams dinner in main dining.
room of the Union.
7 M0--Glee club meets in assembly hall
of' the Union.
73:00-Sophomore band meets in room
306 of the Union.
7 ti1r-Freshmnipep nmeeting In brew-
berry hall.
%A:1-Phi: Delta Epsilon (meeting in
room 304 of thte Union.
7 :30-Sophomore engineer smoker in
reading room of the Union.
7 :80-un and Blade meets in room
302 of the Union.
7 :3--Ea Sociedad Hilspanic, meets in:1
rodfti 205 of University hall, elec-
tion of officers.
S :00-Lecture. by F. R. lle In Natur-
al Sciene auditorium.
FRIDAY
i2:1u--Lawv faculty lunch ini private;
dining room of the Union.
4:00--Dean's: advisory committee
meeting in Dean Effinger's office,
University hall.
0:00-H etiburn dinner in ladies' din-
lug room of the Union.
7 :30--Phiel meeting in roont 302 of
the Union.
7 :1R0-Alpha Nu meeting on fourth
floor of 'University hall.
7:30-Pep meeting in Hill auditorium.
8 :00-Pythago lens meeting in: room
304 of the Union.
from 2 to 5 o'clock -today.

Wach ', rtis year. Rater swinnn' ational nighit as intended to bring abou~it a proLctc, the for
fi and Oujt fi reak in Anglo-"ussian relatiwi, c- r tcnmcrature
De4.clar'Ie i 'ions tob1; 1. d tYevrr ie sn sthe note is only now k~iug (I - c: 'n'dy
a4[ SIMMIEN )~eictte au rth- 'erfIZIaISJ Look.
E~ [-us~ M b htAarquis Cuirzon, the flr:U';
break. IT OI'

c. vale s inl theclasi
A-0 "70?!
DER'S

Moscow, May 8.- -(1>y A. PJ))A einWethr ea-t i Po- e
phatic note from the British govern- Wk~ashington, Mayi.-(3 .V)
ment handed to Maxim Litzinoff, as- Wirth snow rejported in theca',
sistant foreign minister, this after-I Lakes region and co'.l eahri
noon alleging propaganda anid otheri most stateUs east of the i,siss ii.
violation of the Anglo-Rlussian trade' the weathler department Predictedt
agr'eement and demxandinrg assurances! even lower temperature tomorrow for
of unconditional fulfillment of speci-I the lower lake area, the ':pper OhC
fled requirements within ten (lays is yalley and thte Atlantic state.
considered by Russian officials to- However, a decided rea~ctiont is Iii

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SLEAEP ANYWHIERE, BUT
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Near State and Packard Streets

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Francis Ouinet
The recent feat of Francis Ouirnet,
in winning the coveted St. George's
trophy of Great Britain', is pointed to
by golf enthusiasts as a warning that
the former U. S. champ is ready to
make his presence felt in the amateur

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'Ft-YVou 't ISEREAM,

Special Methods tin French.
May 10, toi Room 347 Ult.

This section will meet'

-A. G. CA.NFrIELJ.,

lPlays, "The Truth"sto~edoned:.
ion of Clyde Fitch's "The Truth," w-hi h weas schedtl
ries of Play Production Plays, 'has been postponed u,
R., tT HLi~T
gl Club:
e a meeting of the Club In Room Q 43G, NaturalS
rsdaey, May 10th at 7:30 P,. M.
Somne reports by self-styled Oil gealO$lsts,"-by P'ro
on petroleuvm, February, 1923, at the" meeting of the'
1 Mining and 1v[etallurgical\Englneers.",r~'ve~ed 'b3

are cordially invited to attend.,

W~ . GOULD
',S nretary.

Senilx canes have been recelved at.
Wagner's.}
Fathers' Day banquet tickets on salef
at the desk in the lobby of the Union
from" 2 to 5 o'clock today.
3enior candidates for. the certificalte of.
Journalism m~ust register today from
2 to 4 o'clock in room 305 of Uni-
versity hall.
T 'hose" interested in summer employ-
!ment shou~ld see Heniry C" Egertonj
who will be in Dean Bursley's office,
University hall, from 2 to 4 o'clock
this afternoon and from 9 to 11
3 o'clock tomoarrow morning. Therej
will also be someone to speak toI
#those Interested in summer work
S in room 3,06 at 3 and 6 o'clock to-
mnorrow.j
Seniors interested bn the busine is
training course in non-technical
subjects given boy the General El1ec-
S tric company should consult Robert,
W'ieneke eithier b ly phone, 1460, or
fby seeihtg him in room 302 of the-
Union anry afternoon this week.
4History Instructor Accepts Offer
Albert.- R. Newsum, instructor in
E~uropean history, has accepted an of-k
Per of an assistant. professorship at:
the University of North Carolina, and1
will leave the University at the end'
of the summer. Mr. Newsome came
-here . two, yea f ago, and although lie ,
has been teaching European history,.
his .r~gular field is American his-
-tory.
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de Club will hold s regular busibess -meetfn .tin
Jon. Several Important items of business -will be
Frank X. 14ushynski will entertan .wit 8011181]
a. JOHN A. BOycj

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