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TI 1t MICH-IGAN .All.A

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DA I LY O F F ICI AL, BULLETINI
N Iblcaten In tb Bulletin is constructive notice to all members oat
ill Uflarsty.Copy reelyo 'unilt3!30 Di. i.(11:80 a. m Sr day.)I
Poune 3 SUYDAY, MAY 20, 193 Nunber 169
The beans:
There will be a conference of the ;Deans on Wednesday, May 23, at
a Ml. M. L. BURTON.'
400mai and Cert~latoe. Fees:
Only 'two more days remain, including tomorrow, for the actual pay-
lto the Treasurer of the University of the fee payable by any person
givng a diploma or certificate at Commencement, 1923. Such pay
ite cannot be accepted after 4:00 p. m., Tuesday, May 22.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary.
Those Maing:R eports at Commencement Time:
The foloingarrangements regarding thie submitting of reports prior to
itenement were made by a committee appointed by the President
oht drew up the schedle used last ?year and intended to be used with
essary modificatons in succeeding years. The schedule wbich will
ly, thls June follows:1
1.Examinations will begin Saturday a.in.. June 2, and end Tes-
xievening, June 12, except in certain small classes, the'examiations in
ich will take place Wednesday morning, June 13,,
2. No names are to be ,added to the preliminary lists o graduates
r cMondlay, June It.
w. All exai anon reports must e handed in by 6 p. i., Wednesday,
oe 13.rF
4;The final list of graduates 'will be handed in by recording offi-
sf li ll schools or colleges no later than 6 p. m., Friday, June 15. This
[de,,s the llati g of all diplomas with distinction or high distinction
F. E. ROBB3INS.
ulty, Col ege of 1Lterature, Science and the Arts:
' lh next nieeting of the Faculty of the College of Literature, Science
the Arts, will be held Monday, May 21st at 4:10 p. M. in Newberry fal
itor iun, It Is expectedi that the" Committee on Honor Sections, and
cimittee 9on a possle revision of the system of recording absences
Ibe, ready to report t this meeting. JOHN .R. EFFINGER.
Dta Xfatpa Annual Banquet:
Alph4 Chapter, 14 Michigan, Ph Beta Kappa will hold its annual
filet, .Wedneslay,f May 23, at 7:00 p. m", in the Michigan Union. The
clpis1 speaker will bie Professor Paul Shorey of the University of
cago. Members of other chapters, resident in Ann Arbor are cordially
ited to attend, Reservations may be made with the Secretary.
C. H. COOLEY, President.
j ~, E. M CARROLL, Secretary.
i+ lrcJClub :a
The 'ay meeting of the Research Club will be held In; the JIistologcal
Orator '0on Tuesday, May 22, at P..p. in., The following paj ers will be
I ?~ ere stane ol Sectionalism in Misisippi politics 1848-1922,"
Profewaor U." Phillips
"Menlbrane ,Ptentials and their Relation to Anomalous smose," .by
Messor F, E4,Bartell:.
Thie Counpil .will 'meet at 7:30 p.i. T. 11. fILDEIRANDT.:
Secretary.
earilcalEtleexiung ;6:
;"li.to ,Michigan, Central Railroad Shops, Jackson, Mich., Monday
moon,: May 21st. Roll call in Master Mechanic's office at 1: 30.
C. a .GORDY.
t~ructerS f FreshimauRhetori:
A-Rjeeting f the' taff will be held Monday afternoon at 4 p. .
slytes
A regular meeOtng of Acolytes will be .;feld Monday-note the change
no the usual da--May 21st, at 8 p. m. in room 10, Mason H'all. Pro-
wir Weonley will read a paper entitled "Stoic Dogmas."
HOWARD D. ROELOPS,
Arch-Acolyte

.- -,.-- 6;:30-Ailpha Omega Alpha dinner in
room 319 of the Union.
WHIIA T'S GO01N G ON :1---Bra htrikfK meets in room e302 of
7 :00--Way.-iarers meet in rooln3o04 of
NOJTICE-LCopy for this column should'?: 0-Cnin en :Mee tMsncura
lie Eiutmited by .i:30 We'ck oilepc
the pliay before ipubioin~. 1:00- reeting oif Graduate English
SU DAB tion o' officers.
9 :30---uiversity Men's Bible claiss
meets in Upper Room of Lane hail. TUrESDAY
9:30--Bible' school, Church of Christ:, 112:15---:edical facilty lunch in pri-

SUMMER MONEI
'We tch you everythingiect you2
121 your w O:'k and1 2 a aSl1ure You of
stant ial earniin gs s a sailesmnan
'Startis ]?ne17 at Fl3i, Mi(higanl. ;e'
Mr. B n t ihia Uin per
I Reazling Roo,. '7:<30 @Wednesdiyleve-
ning, May 23.-Adv.
IThe way to rent a room 'is with a
"Daily Classified".-Aclv.a

TOLEDO-ANN ARBOR BUS
Cars leave tor Toledo 7:*10 A. 11.,
2 I'. 31.: amLd 5P. 11. Except Sim.~
(d:cy. SnutdaYs at. S:04, 11:006iand
GILBERT'S Chocolates fresh e<(ery
Friday. Tice's, 113 East Liberty.-
Adfv.

$3.0 up 0.D. orrll,17 Nickel;

WILLITS
,sl'ND1Ay i)1', E:R

Lana hail.
9:30-Student Bible class sumeeing in!
Congregational church.I
I10:00--e 3Molhy officers' 'rehearsal in
Masonic temple.
.' )0-Regular morning services Ini

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Ann Arbor churches.
13:t0--Students' BibIge class anal Alen's
Service club, Church of Christ, Lane
hall.
19:00-Open form.. Prof. I. L. Sbarf-
Oman will speak on the "Religion in
Ithe Synagogue."
12 00-tutlent Bible classes meet in
Wesley hall.
2 :4 r-College students and young peo-
pale. meet' at Congregational churcn
before going to sing at University,
hospital.
3 :00-J iv ish atudents' congregation
annual election in Lane hail.
4:40--Yoptng peoples' hour ati Congre-
gational church. Miss Ruby Carl-
~ton will tell of her experiences.
5:136-Students' hike to F. E. Royce's
farm on Geddes avenue. Picnic sup-
per furnished by committee. Opena
air service on "The God of Nature."
fif rainy weather, meet at church at
C6:30 o'clock.
S :30-Open house at 'Lesley hall.
S :3()-Prsbyterlan social hour and
discussion for students, led by John
Schepers, '24.
4 :40_. ilarian young peeple meet at
churcha to go on weiner roast.
I5:4i--Hoban~ guild membiers leave.
Harris hail for hlike and outdoor.
pupper.
6 :30-Young peoples' service in Pres-
byterian church.
0., :1--Chrlstia mmE ideavor, Clhuirch of
Christ,ILane hall.
I6:30-Wesleyan. guild mees in Ifeth.
odist, church.

I

12:15i-Clianier of Commerce" lunch
in C. of C. inn.
6:00- ipha Epsilon iMu dinner in
room 319 of the Union.
I6:W-PlidlDelta- Epsilon dinner in
room 323 of the Union.
6::34--Mtintes dinner in room 318 of the&
Union.
7:04-Ph i Delta Epsilon meetinig in
room 304 of the Union.
7 :00-Class in the Gospel ofi St. JTohin,
course IV, meets in the Upper Room
Lane hail.
7:00-4Ce club In reading room of
Union. Ifp}
i :30--AlljlmoappPsi nicel jug inl
room 302 of Union.
7: :3-it-esearch club meeting lit His-!
tological laboratory of the Medical
huilding.
7::30-Adeiphii meeting in Adelphl
room on fourth floor of University
hail.
8 :00-Sons of ,Americani Revolution
'meet at 716 Forest avenue.
U-NOTICE S
Literary freshmen are requested to pay
their dues at once. The class has,
several assessments to meet immed-
iately and sufficient funds are lack-s.
ing. Send $1 to K. Morgandride, 4311
Thompson street.,
International water color exhibit un-
der auspices of Ann Arbor Art as-
sociation in west gallery of Alumni
Memorial hall from 1:30 to 5 o'clock
todlay. Admission 25 cents to all
non-members of the association. 1
Seniors must pay tlieii diploma fires
at the office of the treas urer of the
University at any time until 4 o'-
clock Tuesday afternoon, May 22. j
Students'of ime literary collegelan.mi-
ning to transfer next September to
one of the p~rofessiona1l schools or
colleges, not onl the combined curri-
cula, should make application to thoI
Registrar of the University beafore
Juno 1.
GILBERT'S Chocolates fresh every
Friday. Tice's, 113 Iast Liberty.I

THE- CHOCOLATED DAIRY DRINK'

ASK FOR

HE
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Cream of Asparagus
Olives ' Celery Rai 1s1h0s
P'rime Rib Roas t Peel, an .Tis
Roast Young Chic ken with
Dressing
EalyJune Peas
Miashed P ota~toes
Rolls

SouUl

combination Saa
ueadi Lettuce, Tomato and
Cctumber

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MANUFACTURED AND DISTRIBUTED BY
THE ANN ARBOR. DAIRY COMPANY

H.omne AMade Raisin Pie
Strawberry Shortcake xwith
\vliippe(I Cream
Strawbierry Suindae
VTanilla Ice Cream
Tea Coffee Milk
120 to 1'P. M. Price $1.00)
'rvae iThzinqueft Wll
Phione 173 Pi+ S. silile St.
WIL LITS

PHONE 424

Hill

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Bac t

MACDIARID'
CANDIES
SIIP 1AIYFROM DLtiIT FACTORYIPIAL

Sixty Cents the Pound
We fisend ud a.CiesEeyweevi acesP

XONDAY
1 4:0---Tennis, Wist'ons11 V9. MCIihigan,
jFerry field.
4:10--Literacry faculty mectingIi
Newberry hall awtitariuin.
t r= l&eclmange club dinner in room,
318 of the Union.

MAtCDIARM ID'S ANN

ARBOR STORE

O N T HlE C(1A M PU ll s 7

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Before s c h ool's over
exchange photographs
with all your friends

P-Iatc h up the bare spots and make tipfthe newv lawnvs -with
D. NI. FERRY'S fine mixed lan seed and white Dutch
Cloer. We sharpen lawn mowiers and sell new Lawn
Mowers. Keep the lawns ,mow,;ed nice a-inc even anrd per--
petuate Ann Arbor's beauty and we will ,all be proutat
we live here.
Use Bodel ros. Paints, DUTCH BOY Wh ite, Lead anid
pre liseed oil, VALSPAR andLQIGRNT'
Va-Irniishes, the very best.

I .;

I

lewbery Holds
Successfutl Fete.
^drnpletinlg a week of unusualt
ing. 9vents, the lawn fete and I
ace 'which, were giveni yesterday af-
no and evening by the members'
Hielen Newberry' residence, was
mcessfill in every way.
rho lawn, which was screened from
pub~lic view, was attractively light-
by Japanese lanterns. In the of-
1non and evening refreshmentsj
ire~ served at small tables decorat-
with candelabras and spring floW-
The interior of the house' was
nsforjnod into a dance hall. Ien-
dy's Kollegians played a progral"
special (dance ninsic.
Daily Classifieds for real results.-

SORORITY TO CITVE ' BRIDGE
Tf 1Ai HIOPIT.AL AUDITORIUMI
The Theta Phi Alpha sorority ',will
give a tea for the benefit of the !Mich-
igan- League fund ,at, 2'.30 . 'clock;
ISaturday, May 26, 'i4 the auditoriumnI
of St. Joseph's 'hospital. Bridge and
five hundred will be pjayed. The6 tick-.
ets will he sold for 50 cents.
Sinclair 'Lewis 'Under- Atrest
Los Angeles, May 20 (By A. T)-
jUpton Sinclair, novelist and socialist,.
is under arrest by Los Angeles policej
on a charge of unlawful assembly andI
suspicion of commercial syndicalism, ,
it is announced by Chief of Police I
Louis Oaktes.
Read the classifieds. You may find
somnething 'for sale that yout need.

Our .special rate of $10 ,a
dozeh makes it inexpensi.e.
.'Phone 6o4-1v now to insure
can early appointmen t

AiliVO.BRIGHTEN UP

BERRY BRZOS. AUTO COLORS.
k Nenit like'new.

Simt-onize your car and

,;'

Pertt
Quality
619 East Liberty Street

Pennsylvania VACUUM CliP T"IRES, Cord anFarc
T1o-iested Tubes.
CAPSTOVES M and GRIDS.,,
EL ECTRIC FIXTURES and BU)LBS.
WE KE AL KIND OF KEYS ON SHORT INOTIICE

PRICES aRIGHT

S E RV IC E PR0 MPT

The Streamlir
cr jgold-filh1

ne Aimn, cased in yellow white or green gold
led--plain or engraved, $100,$75,$60,$35,
according to quality of case
x Give a Graduation Watch
give it for a Lifetime
yywhere you go you hear people
for the "shortcomings"_ of their,
isa bad, national habit due
t 4, ' M, n 44I'ial sletinsofrh

LARNED HARDWARE COMPANVI,

The Up-to-Date Hardware

Phone 1610

31 0 S. State St.

When YOU
Almost ever
apologizing of
watches.
Poor lime _
ver f rativ

1193- Dob xlsvtrawat-
NOW OPEN FOR Y-OURh APPR'OVAL
1=3
ws

1923

watches, bought merely, as jewelry rather
than~ for their timekeeping accu4racy.
In considering your graduation gift watch, come in and let
us show you our display of Elgin gift watches.

fiT~ 11r1TNKVER 'k (IMP ANY

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