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THE JMICHIGAN DAIL A____

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OF I IAL.the Bulletin in constructive notice to All memb era 49
Copy received until'3;3O D. m. (11:30 &:. in.8 rdi)
T111'VR.DAY, MAY 17, 1923 'Number 16

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Political Scilence 14: Journal Club:
There wvill be. no meeting or the Jour'nal ClNI) TimrsdaIy, Mayr 17. The
next meeotinug will be May 31. J. S. IEVS
Alpha Nu:
Thq nmneting for th i, wc'«k willI be hel tolightined toio'W
nighit, at the nusual time. This xwillI be a closed meecting amn ill be, open to
members only. The annual banquet for members and alumnni will be, heIl at
1'illits' iaturday evening, May 19 at 7:30.
- U,~~LMX IE Z SALZMA'N.

to the arch tectural college by "Pen-
cii lloit." is now b)ing shown in
the glaze(1caise in the architectural
corrid'or. minfloor, VEngin(,eringf
butild~ing.
lltnlm tioul w rColor' exhibit un-
kder aus} i ; C :nn Arbor Art as-
:;ociatinin ws gallery of Alumnnij
Memnor ial h il u1.ntil Mays 20. Armis-
Sion c,11"n to all nor.-members of i
at tha t W11,- o: t ;l rcutree Slio1 f Iho
tn icersii} at?' any time until 4 c-'-
clock Tuesrday aftern~oon, VMay 22. ?

VICTOR ALLIIENDLNGER
PIANO TUNING
Sthool of M~usic Tuner
1IIOXF4 3061
Office at lRes., 418 N~. iilsion St.

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he President and Mrs. Burton will be at ~ope from 4 to 6 o'clock
iursday, May 17, instead of Wednesday, May 16, as previously' an-
:ed. Mr. and Mrs.' Gustav Host and Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Stock
assist them in 'receiving. A new ompoiton by Mr. Host will be
d :by a ;group of artists from to Chicago Orcestra at 4:30, ad wu,
peated at 6:1.
'leae note the change of (ate.
t embers, o thle Fa eulty and others interested in he Unirmsty:
'he President requests. that those having knowledge of any~ studet
participated in ,the rush at the Arcade theater on May 9th, or who
under the ,influence of intoxicating .liquors during the awing-out
ies on parade on May 1th ;report at once the facts to the Chairman
a, versty* Committee on Discipline. HORACE. KING.
Chairman, University Committee on Discipline.
ion All seniors:
FIE DIPLOMA PENl IS PAYABLE NOW! Early settlement to ece-
for the. preparation of diplomas. In no case will the Unvrity
ta;degree at Commecemet upon any student who fals to pay this
ftore 4 o'clock p. m.'May 22.' In case the Faculty does not recommend
Mayor, the fee will be refunded on, surrender of receipt for payment.
diove ,4pplie also to teacher's certificate fee, business administration
icate fee and,.nurse's diploma fee Candidates for degrees, or for any
ate or diploma should AtV=ONCEY fill out card at office of the 'Sere-
f their Collee or School, .pay the Treasurer of the University and
card r eceipted, and, file indicated section of this eceipted card with
e~ertary of .their. College or School. Do not,'deay till the lst m.
b utaw Attc tothis matter at once.
lae Treasuersffice Will, be closed each Saturday afternoon.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary University.
4chool,' OrderJf the Coif=
ha °annual "public, address, under the auspices of the Order of the
arilli b given by the Hon.-Rousseau A. Burch, Justice of the Supreme
of Kansas, on Thursiday, May 17, at 4: 1 p. m., in Room B of the
ujiding. subject: -Progress and the Law." the University public and
embers .of, the local -Bar Association are cordially invited to attend.
HENRY M. BATES, Dean.
r ing~iners:
ho' halte not yet fil1led out and turned in the questionnaire prepared
* CnthIttee ,on the ;Study of Engineering Education which was dis-
d do "those io attendance, at the Class Assembly Tuesday mornig~
lease' do .o within the next three or four hays. It. is highly impo-
Sthe comizpittee that the class information shouldbe made as complete
sie. it is therefore urgently requeted that everysenior engineer
vas nkot 1in at$.~dance at the Assembly will get a blank,at miy offoe
list in at once. This request is made to all members rated ks seniors
tie year 1922-23 whether graduating in June or not.
W. C. H1OAD,
lass Mentor.
IWeolo (knnimner, Course lit Kentuky):
!l students, expecting to take the course in field geology, arer-
d~~~~e timetn Ro 321 of the Natural Science Building at ~5; p.: w.,
day, May,"17th. Important instructions will be given at this time.;
G. M. EHtLERS.
rip Glaecial 4 wlogy 23, atrday, May 19:,
special car has been' engaged for -this trip to Detroit and :Wyandotte,
will leave] State and Packard at 8 a. mn. regardless of weathe, and
toA AbnnArbor by 2 p m. It is expected that every student who has
d this Course '23.w ill be present. Any student not present will 'e
oid tos pay phis ' share of the expense for the car, about $1.70 ,each, for
and' trip,. It is, important to carry the, Detroit Foli, and the Surface
y ,map of theAnn'Arbor Folio. Would advise carrying unh.
s FRANK ILE~ERETT.,
aIee-up examination will be given Saturday, May 19 at 10 o'clock In
20'2, Eiconomgs. R. H. HOLMES.
Studnt sSupply Store

TOLEDO-ANN ARBOR BUSI
Curs leave for Toledo 7:10 A. It.,
2 P. 31. anl 5 P. 11. Except Sun-
dayv. Sundaiys at 8:00, 11:00 and
8:30.1

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fices f'or high school editors' con-
l~vention.

j IT£L& & lx l4" 1AkJU11'-- !AP ! i it !°P'I fl and{' v i! sel c 0!5 ; Cl io'W
F_______________________iRIDAY will vol ni:t eei to entertLain smzal!l
- ' _ eV-Genearatl ass einbly of hai h chaool groups of the viiig high school
1OTICE--Copy for this Column should editors in reading room. Unt~tion. editors (luring toda~y, tomorrow and
be submitted by 4:30 o'clock of 12t :1l~i ~ydpatin lnh Saturiay are requested to call John
the d~iy beforeonabrooml31'.R oi &the Uim Bacon, between 1 and 5 o'clock this
I :0-nfoma gahein of higha afternoon, at the Chimes office in the
TtRS)Yschool editor; in assembly roomn of jUnion.'
920042:00-Registration' for high school the union. I Fridaay is the last day to Bret, M1icligan-
editors at Union. :3~-Uhr 31LaiyFestival 'oaucert tpIn ensians. All perzons who have sign-
10:00-State Audobon society business IHill auditorium. ed up for ,conies are urged to get
meeting in reading room of~ the [1n-¢;:00-Meethaig oktile deai z.' advisory their books as sconi as piossible.
ion. committee in the office of Dean Ef-
12:15r-DlentAl faculty luncheon ]ii pri.'4 '' e: IAeYPr3 Collewo Students, 'Nolica
vaodiig om fth nin Stu~dents of the literary college plan-
12:5-Lw fculy unceonIn oom~-30-'Cap Night siSIe4,Iy Hollowi. ning to transfer next September to
a23& to Uion 8:(X)--Fourlbh.31ay Festival concert lit one of the professional schools or col-
2:O0--.-Opeftng ession of high' school i ll auditorium. leges, not on the combined curricula,
editors' convention at. Union. I 0:00--Senior' baillIiii Wlvzei'ittii l14 hol mk, pliaioao hdRg
2 :O---State Audobon society mne eiin4 Barbour gymnasiumns., istrar of the, University before June
in: auditorium of Alumni Memorial' 1,
hall. Open to all.,'U-1 OtTICESI
4:00-- tlng In the ~1ies thaeater of Studenats whoi~ want jib; this ianlinI1r, Dance at Jim Burke 's Whitmore
' 1all those who' wish to compete ini the should apply to the employment Lake Dancing-Pavilion every Fiday
Mmsposter contest, a bureau in University ball, and Saturday evening.-Adv.
4:OO--1J1strarted' lecture, In Naturall Mr. Raabi will lbe in room 1304 of tiker
Sciece aditoium.ion from 2 toi 7 o'clock today.
5--:15-Annual, public address by It. A,'j Also at 7:30 today G. WV. Norton 1ISTIG OTC
Burch in room B of the Law build- i will be ,in room 306 of the Union.
ing sbjct "rores ad heLa."Tens French lithiog'raphic lpostecrs leave All' men in the University in-
#:W --Vulcons' dinner Ina rooli 313 of been placed on display in the lower \t terestedi in the organization of
t6r Ui30orio fteLbar hr hywrsln x--Intiat3.o banquet of the Order! will remain for the remainder or the 192-2;3-24, are arusited htoree
of Coif in room 319 of the Union .3 week. ut8ocokTedyeeigi
7:0h--Detroltt luib ieeting lit room ia Jiteraaryr freshm::en are reqiuested to pay the tap) room of the Union. Since
or the ULnion. ,. their dlues at once.' The class has the selection of Richard 'Barker,
7:1--Soeiedad Hlspt aicar meeting Wi several assessments to meet inimed-'IgautofoaSaeswrt-
room 205 .of University hall. l ately end suffcient funds are lack- IigaucohfIoa nextyeas ntrest
:ICS-4'hii Dta Epsilon meetinag in Ilug Send w$1 to K. Morgaride, 431 n ing theh sport has x er greatly increas-
-room 302 of the Union. Topo tet
S00-Second 31ay Festival conacert T hoponsretc ed, and any opinions in regard to
HIP auitriu. himisies rehirests mauiscripts for, the institution of the activity
$ l audChistoiuScece.cit e tthe Ma Iy issue be sent ini today. ( will be gratefully received at the '
lug -Cin Lan Sinc hall.met n xibtono teBirch Burdetie ,meeting. J. CLIFFORD, .I
fgILaahl.Long competition sketches, loaned I, Manager.
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