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THIE MICHIGAN Di-a. -

AlLY 0OFICIAL BLLETI.N
bli4catir n in the Bulletinr is constructive notice. to all members of ;
ijz. Versity. Copy received by th A iiktat to the President until
ail p. M. 11;30 a. M. Saturdava
lne 4 SUNDAY, MAY 119 1924 Number 16,~
here Will be a conference of, the Deans on Wednesday, May 14, at 10
k; in the President's Office. 31. L. Brton.
s Convocatlon:
n "Tuesday afternoon, May 13, 1924, the first Honors Convocation will be
ni Hill Auditorium, By recommendation of the Dean, University glasses
yen the hours of 4 and 6 on Tuesday afternoon are dismissed for the
use ,of' this .convocation. Details of arrangements and plans for as-
ly are ;announced in the notice of L. M. Gram, University Marshal,
led In this issue of the Daily Official Bulletin.
M. L. Bur on.
e Council:f
hie next regular meeting of the Senate Council will be held Monday,
2, at 4:15 p. m. in the President's office. F. E. Robbins, Secretary.
for Honors Covoationa:
'upsday, May 13, 1924.
'eather Fair:
'tare of Assemly-3 :45 Th M.
laces of Assembly as follows:
;oor Students on the sidewalk of South University Avenue, directly
of AlumniMemorial Hall.
'hey president, President Emeritus, Guests of the University, Regents
)canls, at Roomi B, Alumni Memorial Hall.
ether members of the Faeulties, in Alumni Memorial Ial, West Gallery,
dI floor, where the may robe.
'Matte be prompt so that the procession my not be delayed in starting.
caps and gowns If possible. The line of march will be State Street and
University Avenue to Hill Auditorium.I
eather Rainy:
'he procession will be abandoned.
lne~ 'Students will present their invitations at the middle inner door
11 Auditorium, whereupon they will be ushered to reserved seats.
lie President, President Emeritus, Guests of the University, Rtkgen1 s
aeaur will assemble in th~e dressing rooms, first floor of 11ill Auditorium.
lter mnters of the Faclties will assemble in the dressing rooms,
LI and, third floors, where they mnay robe. Enter by rear doors.
I C31 ram, Marshal.
wslty Senate:
'he fourth regular meeting of the University Senate for the year 193-
will be held in Room C, Law Building on the evening of Monday, May
eight O'clock.' Order of usines :
Annual report of the Board in Cont rol of Student Publications.
. Eilection, of Secretary.
[IT, Discussion of the problem of providing adequately for the needs;
specially gifted student. John W. Bradshaw, Secretary.
~Iodes ,Schonaiais:
in D ecemb'er 13, ,1924, the State Conmmlttee for Mc hian will select Iran,
)minces of the University and of the coleges of the tte one cand'd t!
Rh&)de2 Scholarship for 1925. A scholar eiected for that yar will go
esidence at Oxford in October, 1925. T e Uni verscity is p ivile edI to
ate to the State Committee not more than five and ~ele~tkh~ionwl bfe
somnetime in June by the University Committee. Appic,.tions should be
r lxads not later than Saturday, May 31. Information and conferencej
a ffice of the Gradute School.
Alfred it. loyd, Chairman University Rhodes Scholarship Con.
krbor Art Assoebtlon:
he exhibition of~ paintings by Ramnon and Vaentin Zubaurre will e-
Minm May 11th to May 26th. Open week days, 1:90 to 5:00 P. M., Su-j
2:0tt t o 5:00:1. M., also on Saturday May 24t., 10:00 to 12:00 A. i\'.
to students of the University and Public Schools.
lWarren P. Lobr, Presidnt.
ii Unaion IUshers:
"lee places of all Choral Union ushers Who have not reported by Tuesday,
3,. will be filled from the waiting list. W. C. Hocllands.
m"e $tudents of Edneaton:
%h'r e wll 1°a- meeting of the graduate students specializing in Edu-a
u at -Tappaxn Hall, Room 105, Monday evening, May 2th at 7:30 P. Al.
V.i T..Nahris ill present the substance of his thesis on "Vocational
ipe and Placement int the University of Michigan." The meeting is
ad The Daily "Classified" Columns

o pen to other thctn gr aduate students of the School of Education who cr o mad x I 1'i ~,Ciin nCt~mte i r~it'Suy
"Ile fGrad. u<2e Engli ,h Cltlb:
f The Graduate English Club will meet at Newberry Ite:;dence tondlay
Evering, Mlay 12, at 8 o'clock. Miss Lynch will present part,; of herv disser-
tation. 1Harris Fletcher.
Cercie Francas:
I There will be a meeting of the Cercle Francais Tuiesday, Mfay 20}, at 7:15
in the Cercle rooms. Election of officers. Annual dues ofl $1.00 are l payable
at this time. All members are requested to be present.
Helen Niancy Woodruff.
Men's Edue~lonal ,Club;
Prof. M. M. I-ialaw, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, of the University
of the Philippines, will sl1eak at the Club's meeting on Monday at 7 p. m. at
the Union. This is the last meeting of the club this year. It will be an
open meeting. Visitors are invited. Frank L. llailey, President.
AeronautleaJ Studleits :
Dr. Georges de Bothezat will deliver a series of lectures during the
coming, week (the dates will be announced later). All aeronautical stu-
dents are required to attend the lectures and turn in brief reporfts on them
to nee or Mr. E. A. Stalker. F. WV. Paivioski.
Zoology 3a (Hteredity):
Examination Tuesday, May 13. If your seat in Natural Scienee Lecture
-room is in rows A toF, go to Room B, Law Building; if in rows G to K, go
to West Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall; if in or back of row L, go to Nat-
ural Science Bluilding. A. Franklin Shull!.

OREHGON ALUMNI BEGIN
5,0O00,0OOCAM PIN
Michigan alumni of the University
of Oregon have begun work to raise
their share of the million dollar
alumni fund. This drive, is a part
of the University's $5,000,000 Gift
Campaign. The alumni's share will
be for a library, a men's gymnasium,'
and a war memorial court in honor
of the University of Oregon men who
died in the World War.
Felvin T. Solve, '18, of Ann Arbor
is local chairman of the campaign.

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WHY'A T'S GOING ON

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SENIOR LITS NOTICE

All persons or societies using tis
tolwaan should include in their notices
;ty, hour, and place. All notices1
wit)in thi:s daats~will be disregarded.
SUNDAY
):30V--Tie rumlversIty 3Ien's Bible
class meets, Lane ball._
10 :30--1 oring service, First Baptist
church,
? :(f ---tudents' ibtle clas-, ]baptist
Guild house.
2:;1'--Philippine Michigan club meet-
iag, Lane hail.
36:30-Mothers' Day services, Eddie
.Guest speaking, 1-1111 audltoriman.
:30-6:3is?- "rlendsi11 hour, Balist
Guild houase.'
4:0) -BapltIst Young peoples' union
mneets in church parlors.
8 :30-Students' (devotionalI meet in t;
Baptist Guild house. t~
7:00-- CInese Student4' Claris-liaxn as-
sociation business and social. meet-1
ing Lane hall.
1? "00 ---,o rr:tl club luncheon. Ut'ni.u
1: :100r-SehIiool of Educat ion lunchwonm,
a1C)t'. l9Union.
I6:00- Exchannge club flinner, rceiii
;318, Union.
6:301--P--Jho Cl dinner, rocom 311, Un
ton.
1 T'VE,1h14AY
' 6 0---Varsity Rind dinner, room 318,
Union.
t6:00---Sphi'nx dlinner, room 3231 Uniona.
7 ;30--A4elpi meeting, 1University
hall.I
7.:30-us voyageurs meeting, rosn
304, Union.
7s30 t- l ebittlfan Club sntoker, 1Up-
rein om

Your invitations and announce-
ments are here and will be given
out from the booth in University
hall as follows: those whose
names begin with A to G inclu-
sive, Monday 2-5 o'clock; H to
Q. Tuesday, 2-5 o'clock; R to Z,
Wednesday 2-5 o'clock.
F'. I. Yeakey, chairman of the
invitation committee.

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