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T!IFJII-ITGAN DAIL'\

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LY OFFICIAL BULLETINI
;ion ina the Bulletin Is constructive notice to all members or
oratty. Copy received udi] :30 D. mn. (11:.30 a. m. Satiarday.)
3SAUI~aY, 4 INEil 2, 1923 Number 171)
tis:
will be a conferenco of the Deans on Wednresday, June =6, a'
MA L. BURTON.
Bacalaureaie and Commencemuent:
o expect to take part in the exercises of Commenemient v oo1k
take note of the following schedule in order that there may
confusion as possible in carrying out the program --P-anctir
iecially important as the procession will start on Sch edule time.
,"ireate--Sun41uy, June 17, 11:00 A. .
r Fair:
£ Asseuably-10:153 A. 1N.

rs o2
itoi

the Faculties in the dressing "rooms second and third floors
umn where they will robe. Enter' by rear doors,.
the various sch( o1s andi co~legP4, as follows:
on Main Diagonal walk between Library and Engineering'
[NO AND ARCHITECTURAL on, Main Diagonal walk in En.
' EDUC'ATION on walk north side of Physiology. and Phar-
ng.
n diagonal walk between Chemistry Bluilding'and Libr~ary
diagonal walk between Chemistry Building and, Library:
edics)X
An Diagonal walks near Law Building.
ical on Main Diagonal walk immediately South East or
a Main Diagonal walk immediately South East of Pharma,
SHOO (candidates for higher degrees on walklsyouth

June 22, 23, 25--9-12 a. i., and 2-5 p. in.
For the Graduate School,-in University Iall
June 22, -23-9-12 a. in., and 2-4 p. In.
June 25, 26--9-12 a. in., and 2-5 p. mn.
Thereafter--10-12 a. in., and 2-4 p. in. daily.
All courses begin Monday, J.une 25, exceopting in the Law School,
as ab~ove stated.
T. E. RANKiIN, Secretary.
To 31 uzalers of the Summer Session Faculty:
By recent action of the Board of Regents the Summer Session Daily
will bie delivered gratis to members of the Summer Session staff. In order
j to insure prompt delivery application blanks sbould be filled out at once
in the office of the Summer Session.
EDWARD 11. KRAUS, iaan.
Students hav-iIg in; their possession books drawn from the University
ibhrary, are notified that all such books are due Mondlay, June' 4th, on,
account of the imp1ending. close Of the academiic, year.
WM' . W. BISHEOP, Librarian.
Hlonor G~uard for Commencement:
Dr. May .has called a rehearsal meeting of the Ilonor Guard for Comn-
men",cenct Day at 11:00 A. M. Sunday, June 3 a-t the Gymnasium.
L. M. GRAM,
Chief Marshal
C"c,inndtee on Diploma Schools:
There will be a meeting of the Committee on Diploma Schools on Tiics-
day, June 5, at 2 P. 1M. in "the office of President Burton.
J. B. EDMONSOX,
* Secretary, Committee on Diploma Schools.
Dr. Juklier's 9:00) Class:
Tin French 4I will hold its examination Monday, June 4, from 93 to 12
ine room -24 N'. S. Please note this change.
IL 0. T. C. Advanced Course:
Students of the Advanced Course R. 0. T. C. will report at the R. 0. T. C~.
Office immediately to give information as to when they leave school and
also where they wish their commutation check sent.
ROBERT 'ARTHUR,
Military Science and Tactics depart ment.
'esliman lietoric Examinations:
3Rhetoric instructors will conduct examninationls for their vnrious sec-
tions in the following rooms:
Mlr. Abbott, 202 Tappan Hlall
Mr1i. Adams, 208 Tappan Ball
M r. Bower, P162- N. S.
Mr. Pauwsma, 6217 N. S.
MIr. Coffey, ?Ne wberry Auditorium
M\Ir. Greenwavr, N. S. Auditorium
Mr.% Hor1n, 'MemorhialHall, Room I) /
M\Ir. ,1oh nson, Mason Hall 302
MTr. hasher, Library 110
Mlr. Morris, 427 N. S.
M 4r. Schenk, M1emorial Hall, West Gallery
dir. Slusser, Mason Hall 205
Mr. Taylor, 203 Tappan Hall
Mr. Walters, Newberry Tk ll, Room B3
M.r. Wells, 206 Tappan Hall
lr,. Wicker, Newberry 1-all, Room A
1 f F. N. SCOTT.

L3, Law Buiildin g, Thutrsdary, June 7, 2:00-1-:00 o'clock. Yr ichaud will
be Iin charg-e, assisited by Mlessrs. Bement, B3allou, King, Garcia, and -errera.
_Note Change of room fromu Nat. Sc. Aud. to Rtoom B, Lawr Building.
i ~CHAS,. P. WAGNE FR.
jConsu4 lttionr-French &R Spanis
Prof. A. G. Can.ieIl will hold consultation hours from 1I_1:00-1":00
Wednesday and Thursday, June 6 and 7, Room 104SWV, in ordler to talk withi
students who are preparing to teach French or any others whbo want ad vice
about their French schedules for next year.
Prof. Chas. P. Wagner will be in his office, 203SW, most of this cm
ing week for consultation or will: make appointments by telephone w ithl
students who wish advic~e in' regard to courses in Spanish for next year.
A. G. CANFIILD?.
M1r. Antonio's 1:00 o'clock section of French 2 will hold its examina-
tion in Room P1(12 Natural Science Building, Mkondaziy, dune 11, 2:00-5:00
o'clock. OCTIAVE ANTONIO.
Pitbflc Spt iiig 2:
t in:l examination Mlonda~y, .lane 21, will be bse on llollister's
I "pec~Ma~in,"Chaps. 1, 3, 4, 6, 7,S8.
R. M. CARSON.
Teague (of Nation Not-Ii-'rlisaln sclttont:
Will any who would like to assist in organizing a University b)ran~ch
of the above !sociely and who can attend a supper at the *Unlon at 6:00
Saturday, )ltas~C 'phone me at 13-12M before noon?
R. M1. CARSON.
Barbour G5,naasin
Students who have lockers in B~arbour Gymnasium are remndeo( to
have those lockensrsemltiedl by M1ondlay nooh, 'June 4t.
MARION 0. WOOD).
Ianiversity of lichiga n 1Baud:1
Saturday, June 2ndl, 1:00 P. 'MV. Formation at Lane Hlall for i racIt
Met. Full dress uniform.
WIL1FRAD WILSON, I~ircctor.,
Univex'p1 y Glee Chles:
I All membl ers must turn in their music by noon~ today. The office will
be open until noon. SOITN M. RtUSS1fLL,
f ilMana ger.

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associ,
lion k
odist:Ai I Il
Mond-,
Si Student:
no t i

Ann Arbor.
A ll R. .O 111. V
go vernment vu
equipment, ex
uifilorms, wits
exercises ,will
class presider
sccretary of
dlay, June ]1.
apni who w4
by the Athlel
receive their
ithe Assoc
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n:

i or".

e will not be considered rainy. It must actually ramn with
f clearing.
will proceed directly to Hill1 Auditorium. Seats Will be re-
.:50 A. Mti.
ement-Alonday, June 18, 10-:00 A. M.

Cash paid-
There is a1
may wish to

-8:45 A.A,

lie Faculties and invited guests, in Alumni Memorial T.-all
2nd floor, where they will robe.
egents and candidatos for lbiorary Degrees, in .alumni
R9om1B.
at Alumni Memorial Hall.
the same places as for Baccalaureate.
ichigan Union.
h~-State Street to Ferry .Field.

IWHAT' GOING ON
SATURDIIAY
9 :0%--arsity golf tell" umeels Clicagow
-at Ann Arbor Golf club.
9.04-3fecting of ~igTern facultY rep-
-resentatives at Barton IhIills Country
club}.
12:1 5-Litncehio for Big Tenl faculty
t presentatives at the Union.
12:34-F i ,lsi deparent lunchtat
Union.
2 :00l-Confderence iraek ineet fiinuls at
Ferry field.
8:00--Nu arses' Y. I6V. C. A. banquet in.
jBarbour gymnasium.
6 00-WDiner for the Big Ten faculity
rpres"entatives at Barton Hlills
Cuntry club. Presidentf BurtonI
.eaks.
: 0 * p e oo Bi l l c m es an e hall.

Yu-and differet than the on (

-9: 00 .A..M.

WHY NOT COME
and allow us to se-r

eJFaCulties, except Deans,, in the dressing rooms sec-
's of 1Hi1l Auditorium, wtihere they. will robse. Enter' by
ex-Rergents andI Candidates for honorary degrees,' press-
or of Hill Auditorium.-
roceed directly to Hill Auitorium entering the dower
oor indicated by placard for their particular scniool or
ats as directed by ushers. Prompt assembly is essen-
L. Mr. G RAMi,
Cie f Marshal.

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flours of Registration:
age of Literature, Science, and theo Arts, the
Ahods, Einbahin~g and Sanitary. Science,
R~egistrar's Office, : University Hall

Biolpgical Sta-
Public Health

C'ollege of Pharmacy Faeuly lMeoting:
There will he a meeting of the Faculty of the College of Pharmacy,
Friday, Jtune 15, at 10 A. M. in Room 212 Chemistry Building.
C. C. GLOVER, S gretary.
To All Shudents:
Because Gf the few calls, the IHealth Service Dispensary will not De
Sopen from 61 to 8' P. M. for the remainder of this year..
WARREN, E. FORSYTHE, M.D.
Director.
it. 0.111. C.
All nei il111tarn in Government uniforms, books, and equipment,
except advanced cour,;c uniforms, without delay.

9:30- Unversity I'Xe's Bible ls
meets in Upper Rtoom, Lane hail.
12 :06-'t-udvnt cas Church of C11i49,
meets in Upper Room, Lane ball.
' 141--- Student Bible claisses meet lIn;
Wesley hall,
f5:30- 11ke ,fid outdoor supper for1l
members of Hobart guild. Leave,
Harris hall.

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BESIMER
WEST HURON STREET

21,-10-12 a.in.
23--9-12 a.im., aind 2-4 p. ni
26-8--12 a. in., and 2-4 p. m.
r-10-12 a. in., daily.
Colleges of Engineering and Architecture,-in the I nginoer~
23, 25-S-12 a. in., and 2-5 p. in.
School of Education (Including: Atlltic Coarhing and Ad
-in Talppan Ball
23, 25, 26 -9-12 a. in., and 2-5 p. nn.
4edical School,--in the Medical B3uilding
23, 25, 26-9-12 a. in.-
Ga School (Courses beg-in Tuesday, June 20),--in thne Law

JOH-N A. BROOKS,. JR.,
Major, Ord.
Vrmieh 2---General Exam,.Cliange of Roeoms:
The general examination for all sections of French 2 will be held In
Natural Science Auditorium, Thursday, June 7, 2.00-5:00 oclock. Mr. Parg-
mcent wvill Ibo in charge, assisted by Doctors Storer and Luber, and 1'Jessrs.
Miermnan, Grant, and Antonio. 'Note chauge of room from W. Gallery or
Alam, Aont. Hall to Nat. Science Aud.

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Spa ish --General Exam .Chiange of Rooms:
The general exam. for all sections of Spanish 2 will be held in tooni

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