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JAIY 1OFICIAL ..'BULLET IN1
lubiti*tioa !m the Blulestm far o~tastr ivOmties to all embears cf
i. Vs1v~usty, Cos 'reeive nwih3 1; 7 . a' (11:30 a. tn. Saturay.)
.1unme 'I WEDNESDAY, MAY 8d, 193 TNuber l;
Last consultation hour will be held Tursday At 11.A. M. on ,May 31st,
m 305' South Wing. P. E. BURSLlilf.
Lie. Sp~oklj for l£n~fiieerss
t'he folowing are on the program to $speak Thursday evening vAMY 31:
t7, Lra MEiller, Neitzer, 1etrowsky, ospr, Plutysky, Braybroots,
;inaeer,'IVtesrr tire, ish, Slagh, C. D. DEtY,
Chairman.
IT4e examinatian in Tournallsnm 32.will be held Friday morning, June 1,
n 7 to 10 o'clock, in Robin 208, University11all.
E. 0. BUROWS.
rntnns,'A eronau~el Enginerng:
"ero 1. First Thursday, June 7th,- to 6, Room 840.
Aero 2.;First 'Thursday June 7th,-2 to 6, Room 36.
hero 3. First Saturday, June 2nd,-2 to , Room 333
Aerot 6. First Saturday, June 2nd-8 to 12, Room 38
ero 11. First Tuesday, June 5th,-8 0o 12, Room 220.,
. W. PAWLOWSK.
hona4,O" la, Colle*0 of Engneern:
rilte final examinaton for Section 1 will be held on Tuesday, June 5,
Tr8 to 1t', 'in Rornna 23, W. M. COAT1..
The quid eelon scheduled for Thursday 'at, two will not meet this
c. Mmbrs 'of this sectin Are requested to report at one of the Fr--~
sections,, at ten 'clock, .203 Tappan 11all, at two o'clock, 224 Natural
pce, Building . WA. PRAYER.
Notebooks for ourse 44 in Zoology must be delivered to Room 22,
baf ore Saturday noon, Junie 2.
GEORGE R. LA RUE.
rlwe. last Assemtbly xwll be held n Thursday morning, May 31, at
;0lc, ";Final arrai gements for the distribution of Commencement tcketi
be Maas at this 'time. It is highly important that every senior egi-
t if desires tieketp to the Commencement exercises for his family or
id should a . pxesent At this meeting. Other business will include
r~ report of commnittees.W. C. HOA,
Class Mentor,
Thlo Ei~ulishi Pepartment will meet for luncheon~ at the 'Uulion nTSatur.
YI ne 2, at 12: -434 o'Clock. W. R. I V,}P'REYSF.
aI Shtie4* s 1Ik Prwni 12anti 3:
All w44~ required, in course. Drawing 1. and Drawing 3 must b
e 3 In by 6 P.': . Friday, June 1st, except in special cases where it
asiona. of this;time Is .granted by the instructor.
11. W. MILLEfl.,
sii xta6Eeilk t) u Dvawg In the CQlege of Engineering: f
Al 't debts are required to reMove the locks from their Instrument
dtr&3ing board lockers by the end -of the ,exm'ination period, June 13th,
d1 fon un renx~ovct after this date will be destroyed to free the Joe ~
:h Summuer Session. 11. W. MILLER.
aa.if IfterAture,i Science and the Arts:
I annatIOn In the following courses in Mateinutis will be held
,esday, June 6, from 2 to 5 P. M., in the rooms here indicated:
M'ath. 2-Law Building, B.
Nrth. C, Math, 1-Tappan Hall, 203.
Mat. 1E, =Math 2F-West Physics Lecture Roomo.'
,Math 5, Math. 52-West Gallery, .Alumni Memorial Hall
J, L 1 A2KL I'.
W4 4 i~dy, sy 3 -Frmaton at Lane all t1:oni zconfal ay,. 10:0
iFull, Dires Uiforn.4
l rtdaq, 6 1\J1-.-F'ormaton at Lane Tlal for Lantern, NI rt;n7:45
tip 'ress 1piform..
1 e'etjre Co anoement .Lad Is expected to report fbr these form.:

of meeting place comes as the result of a discussion at the last Faculty
meeting. Professor Frayer will report on the results of the recent inspec-
tion of Junior Colleges; by a faculty committee, and there are other mat-I
tars or business, which have been deferred for discussion at this meet-
ing~. JOHN R. EFFINOER.
Sommuer Session R1,i~tratioii:
Studentsno; on the campus who are planning, to attend the Summer
Session of the College of Literature, Science, andl the Arts (including Library
Methods) may regkiter during the next ten days.
I ~AftTHUR G. H-ALL, Risitrarr. I.
Sejpteuiber Regist a"ion, Literary College:
B~ecause of limited space, the registration of men students i the Col-
lege of Literature, Science, and the Arts in September, 1923, will be helt
In Waterman Gymnasium, as that of women has lately been in Parbour
Gymnasium.
I The registration for the Summer Session wil--be held in the registrar's
office, as heretofore. ARTH{UR G. HALL, Reistrar..
W4a al Archeitecture and Marine Engineering:
f The attention of Freshmen is called to the Lloyd's Register Scholar,
ship of $500 per annum for three 'years. The award is madeC on the basis
of the first year's work. Any student wishing to enter for the above will
please leave his name with Professor Sadler, Room 326 Englneering Bldg.
before the cose of the examinations. Fer details see the Engineering
rQnnouucemen t. _hi 1 RBERT C. SADLE R
R.0. T. C.
Men who are going to camp at Aberdeen. or Fort Monroe by train are
requested to sign up on list postedl on bulletin board in Engineering'Bauid-
Ins. JOHN A. BROOKS, JR.,
Adju ant.
All members of the R. 0. T. C. will form at the usual place in. front
of the 11. 0. T. C., office at 9:30 A. M. Wednesday for the purpose of taking
part In the ;Memorial Day parade." JOAN A. BROOKS, JR.,
Adjutant.
To all Students:
" Students having in their possession books drawn from the' Univ-ersity
Library, ar'e notified that all such books are due Monday, June 4th, on
account of the impending close of the academic year.
WM. W. BISHOP, Librarian.
.Al Stuidents Currying Surveying 2 and..4:
The final examinations in these courses wvill be held on Saturday after-
noon, June 2, 2 to 6, Room 348, Engineering Building.
C. T. JOHNSTON. }
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PLATE AND 100 CARDS $3.0 J
100 CARDS FROM YOUR PLlAI

WHIAT'S GoinG O
WEDNESD)AY
10 :30---Meiorial services in 11111 an-
ditorium. .
12 :04-11oiry club luncheon at C. 'ofI
C. inn.
1.f :0-Hob~art guild cabinet meeting inE
IHarris hall.
4:(iO6:00-Open house at Harris hall.
' :(0--Saliesnaslup club mieetIng in
room 302 of the Union.
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THURSDAYr:s
9:00-M:1eeting "of the senior wiginersI
in room 348 of the Engineering
building.
02:15-Dental iacuhty luncheon in Un-
ion.
4 :10-Spanish faculty of the literaryW
college meet.
n:iW-Lantern niight for Uniersity I
womien at Palmer field. N-
7 :Th.-41, Saoiedad Hhipaitca meets in
mooniM");,Universiy hall. i-
7:34--Men -Mio are plnnig to at-
tend the coast artillery camp at
Fortress "Monroe, 'a~, meet in room
330, Engineering building. W
I-M)TIES-
Slaidenit ish 6ing to be considered
for Rhodes-scholarships should have
their applications with all creden-
tials in hand not later than Satur-
da~y noon, June 2. Detailed Inform-
ation, conference and application'
blanks at the offico of the Graduate1
school.-
Exhibition ofi drawings loaned by An-
erican Federation of Arts in archi-
tei'tal corridor case, main floor, .
Enginieering building.
Tickets for the Conference tratci met
to be held June 2 at Ferry field are,~
now on sale at the Athletic asso-
ciation ticket office for $1.50 apiece.
The seats at this me are reserved
and, the student athletic books do I
not admit to it.
Nfemiiers of the T. F. '. who expect
jto graduate ini June will please send
their names as soon as possible to
Quarternlster A. la. Anderson, 413
Thompson street. This is necessaryw'
if you wrant to transfer to your houe
post. .
Daily Classifieds for real" results.-,
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and then a ReasonablePrice Sits the.
Best of Ann Arbor People
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ATTRACTIV E PRICES FO0R PAR.,
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CARLTON B. PEIR1CE, Mana er.
setul by 81take si- mReading Clafss=
The classee in Shiakeperlan Reading will present scenes from "Riche.
ui" and from4 "R,doeo and Jtuiet Thui~iday, May 31, at 8 P.'*'M. In
oreign '$tadents:
Needed, a~ mau 2~5-35) years of age as sales agent in Mexico City. Must
eal Spanish fluently. For particulars consult me at my office 302 U. IL,
4 o'clock except Wednesday.' J., A. C. 1ILDNER.
er# of The DailyOffielal HUletli:i
Y"ou are informed that the Regents have authorized the continuance
the Daily Official Bulletin in all issues of the Summier Daily. Notices
rthe~ Bulletin during the Summer Session 'should he handed to Dean. E.
Kraus. F. E~. RAOBBIN9.
O. T. C.
All studlents who are to attend the Coast Artillery Camp at Fort
jnroe, Virginia., are requested to assemble at Room- ,30), Engineeritig
ild ug, 'at 7:30 P,. VL Thursday, for a, short meeting. Matters of interest
nicerni~ng the caranp and methods of reaching camp will be discussed.
ROBERT ARTHUR,
Major, C. A. C

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longest trip. Sturdy In-
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$40 to $60. 'Steamer and
regulation trunks in all
sizes, $12 to $20.
Suitcases are
handy
y OU can get a small
week - end case that
will hold all essentials for
as little as $1. Large
suit cases of finest leather
are as high as $18. A
dozen different sizes be-
tween _the two, at greatly
varying prices.
oGags hold a
grneat deal
THE newest traveling
T jbag is practically an
enlarged Boston Bag with
an unusually spacious in-
terior. $10.50. Small
Boston Bags, $3. Trav-
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Literature, Stbence and the ArtSs-
ty meeting; of the 'year will' be held next
in Room 110 ocf the, University' Library.

Monday . Junq
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