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__________IiiJEMICI GAN DAILX

June 22, 23, 25-9-12 a. in., andI 2-5 p. 111.

A L

LETI

A Is constructive notice to all members of
*ed until 2.30 D. M. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday.)
JIIDAY, J17NE % 192:3 Number 179
nce of the Deans on Wednesday, June 6, al
MW. L. BURTON.
1Camnencenzent:
part in the exercises of Commencement week~
following schedule in order thatt there mal
sible in carrying out the 'programn:-Punctu.
as the procession will start on schedule time®.
June 17, 11:00 A. M.

Os in the dressing roo'ms second and~ third floors
:hey will robe. Enter by rear doors.
s scltuiols and college~s, as follows:
Iigonal walk between Library and. Engineering
ROHITECTURAL on Main Diagonal walk Ix En.
[ON on walk north side of Physiology and Phar-
walk between Chemistry B.uilding and Library
walk between Chemistry Building and Library
walk near Law Building.
in Diagonal walk immediately South East of
gonal walk immaediately South ,East of Pharma-

for higher degrees) on walk South

considered rainy. It must actually rain with

to 11111 Auditorium.

Seats will be re-

June 18, 10:00 A. Ml.

For the Graduate School,-i University Hall
June, 22, 23-9-12 a. m., and 2-4 p. 'n.
June 25, 26-9-12 a. in., and "2-5 p. in.
Thereafter-10-12 a. in., and 2-4 p. mn. daily
All courses begin Monday, June 25, excepting in the Law School,
as above stated.
T. E. NANKIN Secretary.
To einbers of the Suninier ession Faculty:
By recent action of the Board of Regents the Suimmer Session Daily
will be. delivered gratis to members of the Summer Session staff. In order
to insure prompt delivery application blanks should be filled out at once
in .the office of the Summer Session,
EDWARD Ii. KRAUS, Dean.
To til Students:'
Students having in their possession books drawn from the University
Library, are notified that all such books are dlue Monday, June 4th, on
account of the impending close of the academic year.
WNM. W. BISHOP, Librarian.
Honor Guard for Coiunieieiniet:
Dr. May has called a rehearsal meeting of the Honor Guard for Coin-
mencemient Day at 11:00 A. M. Sunday, June 3 t thne Gymnasium.
L. M. GRAM,
Chief Marshal
Coinuittee ol Diplomat Schools:
There will be a meeting of the Conimttee on Diploma Schools on Tues
day, June 5, at 2 P. M. in the office of President Burton.
J. B. EDMONSON,
' Secretary, Conuittee on Dilomia Schools.
D~r. Joukers 9:oo) lass:
In French 4 will hold its examination Monday, June 4, from 9J to 12
in room 224 N. S. Please note this change.
14. 0, T* C. Advanaced Course:
Students of the Advanced Course R. . T C. will report at the I. 0. T. C.
Office immediately to give information as to when they leave schol anl
also where they wish their commutation check sent.
ROBERT ARTHUR,
Military Science and Tactics department..
F~ restiman Rhletoric Examiatons:i
Rhetoric instructors will condut examinations for their varous sec-
tions in the following rooms:
!! Mr. "Abbott, 202 Tappan Hall
Mr. Adams, 208 Tappan hall
Mr. Bower, P162 N. S.
Mr. Bauwsma, 0217 N. S.
Mr. Coffey, New berry Auditorium
Mr. Greenway, N. S. Auditorium
Mr. Horn, Memorial Hall, Room D
Mr. Johnson, Mason Hall 302
Mr. Lasher, Library 110
Mr. Morris, 427 N. S.
i Mr. Schenk, Memorial AHall, 'West Gallery
S Mr. Slusser, Mason Hall 205,
Mr. Taylor, 203 T'appan Hall
Mr. Walters, Newberry Hall, Room 13
Mr."Wells, 206 Tappan Hall r
Mr. Wickcr, Newberry Hall, Room A
F. N. SCOTT.
Collegi "of 1Pliarinacy Ficutlly Meeting:
' There will lne a mieeting of the Faculty of the -College of Pharmacy,
Friday, June 15, at 10 A. M. in Room 212 Chemistry Building.
C. C. GLOVER, Secretary.
TVo All Students:*
( Because of the few calls, the i Health Service Dispensary will not ~e
openm from 6 to s P. M. for the remainder ,of this year.
M e WARREN E. FORISYTHE, M.D.
Director.
ii. 0, T. (C.
All men wilt turn in Government uniforms, books, and equipment,
except advanced course uniforms, without delay.
" ~JOHIN A, BSROOKS, JR.,
Major Ord.
Freech -AGeieral'Exm.-Chaiige of Roans:~
The general examnnation for al sections of French 2 will be held in
Natural Science Auditoriumn, Thursday, June 7, 2:00-5:00 oclock. Mr. Parg-
anent will be In chyarge, assisted by D~octors Storer and Luker, and Messrs.
1-ferman, Grant, and Antonio. Note change' of roomu from W. alery o
Alum.,M1m, 1-Hall to Nat. Science Aud.
A. G. CANFIELD.
Spanishi 2-General Exaiia,-Clhulge of Rooms:
I The general ,exam. for all sections of Spanish 2 will e held in Room

CHIAS. P. AWAGNER~f.
A oisiultiillon---Fren~ch & Spanish:
Pof. A. G. Canfield will hold consultation hlours from 11:00-12:00
IWedlnesday and Thursday, June 6 and 7, Room 1015SW, in order to talk with
students who are preparing to teach French or any others who want advice
about their French schedules for next year.
Prof. Chas. P. Wagner will be in his office, 203SWV, most of this com-
ing wek for consultation or will make appointments by telephone with
students who wish advice in regard to courses in Spanish for next year.
A. G. CANFILLD
1Erecic - ~,Atfnio:
Mfr. .Antonio's 1:00 o'clock section of French 3 will hold its examina-
tionr in Rom P162 Natural Science Building, Monday, June 11. 2:00.5:00
o'clock. ,OCTAVE ANTIO.NIO,
11bli. Speaking ┬░':
Final examination :Monday, June 11, will be based on Hollister's
"Speech-Making,'' Chaps. 1, G , 7, 8.
R. . M. CARSON.
Legeof Nations 'Noaii.'tisan Association:
of te aovesociety and who can attend a supper at the Union at 6:00
Saturday, please 'phone me at 1343M1' before noon?
R. M. CARSON.
B ror(Iw ai n:Students who have lockers in Barbour Gymnasium are reind~ed to
have thoselockers emphtied by Mlonday noon, June 4th.
MARION 0. WVOO)).
Universify of MichignBand:
Saturday, June 2nd, 1:00 P'. IM. Formation at Lane Hall ror Track~
Met3uldesuiom WILFRED WVILSON, Director'.
1-1herilyglee %Clbs:
Allmemersmust turn in their music by noon today. Thie office will
be open until noon.HM. RUSSELL,
Manager.

11, Law Building, T'hursday, June 7 2:00-5:00 o'clock.
be in Charge, assisted by Messrs. Bemnent, Ballou. King, Gar
Note change of room from Niat. Sc. Auid. to Room B, Law 131

for hil
C :30i-Ope
assocla
Sian fo:
G :30-We
Iodist cl

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WHAT'S GOING ON

You Deserve -

University tr(2
jAnn Arbor.
Allt it. .0'r., C.
government ii
equipment, ex
uniforms, wit]l
ldishslima tlc-e
exercises will
class presider
secretary of
day, June 11.
I SM I:II M
IMemllbel's
Iteam who wi
14ly the Athlet
receive their
at the Assoc
I,
WAH 1RS.--Adv.
Cash paid f
There is a bu;
may wish to se'

A. M.

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and invited guests, inl Alumni MWemorial Hall
'here they wijl robe,
candidates for Honorary Degrees, in Alumni

orial Hall.
as for Baccalaureate.

to Ferryr Field.

1W'-.

in the dressjlg rooms mee-
ne they will roule. Fnter 7)
s for honorary d~egrees, aress-

I9:0O-'arsil y golf teamn ncefts Chicargo
a t Ann Arbor Golf club.
9.00-fleeting of Big Tena faculty rep-:
resentatives at Barton Hills Country
club.
I315 l-Lunclaeon for Big Ten faculty
representatives at the Union.
12::30-1,Aiglisia department lunelh at
Union.
2 :00-Conference tr~ck imeet finals at
Ferry fi eld.
0:00--Nurses' V. 11. C. A. banquet in
B~arbour gymniasium.
6 (:OO-Diner for the Big Ten faculty,
representratives at Barton Hills
Country. Club. President hrrton
speaks.
7 :00-Upper' Room Bible clas ni.ets
in LaneI ball.,
SUND1AY
9:30- IUniversity :lien's Bible class
nieets in Upper Room, Lane -hall.
112;9f-Studcn t class, Church of Christ,
meets in Upper Room, ,Lane hall.
12:00-- Student Bible classes meet i
AWesley hall.
4 i:30= Hike and, outdoor suipper forr
memibers of Hobart guild. Leave
B arris hall.;

ONE "TREAT" TH.-4
and different than ti
after your ylear

W1HY NOT CO)
and allow us to

tly to Hill Auditorium entering the lower
by placard for their particular scliooi or
ed by ushers. Prompt assembly is essen-
L. Al. GRAAM,
Chief Marshal.

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strationa
'e, Science, and tbwl Arts, thec
wing and Sanitaryr Science,
iffice, Universilty Hall

Biological Sta-
Public IHealthi

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a. m.,,

12-4 p. na.
2-4 p. in.

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of Education (Including Athletic Coachiing
ppan Hall
;--9-12 a, in., and 2-5 p. in.
School,--in the Medical Building
26--9-12 a. mn.

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