THE MiCHIGAN DAILY
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Y OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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;he School of Education (including Athletic Coaching and Admin-
-in Tappan Hall. June 20, 21, 23, 24, 9 to 12 a. i. and 2 to 5 p.
-in the Medical Building. June 20, 21, 23, 24,
a. JIl. ~ Ua G LU oy. III.I
ir the Law School ( Courses begin Tuesday, June 17),--in. the _Law
1g" u'Jtn 13, 14, 16, 8 to 12 a. m'. 'and 2 to 561p. M.
r' the "College of Pharnacy,=~in the, Chemistry and Pharmacy Builil-
uine 20, 21, 23, 24, 9 to 12 a. in. and 2 to 5 p. mn.
r'the Graduate Scjioo,-in University Hall. June 20, 21,X22, 24, 9 to
iand 2 to 4 p. in. Thereafter 10 to 12 a. mn. and 2 to 4 p. rn. daily
1courses begin, June 23, excepting in the Law School, as above stat-
T. E. RItnukint, Secretary.
qin Bursiness Administration:
presentatives from Rammn & Co. will be-in my office after .2 o'clock
arsclay to interview those interested in a position in the real estate
s in Detroit. Edniund E. Day.
"C. A. Morford, General Plant Superintendent, and Mr. R. R. Marsh,
,n Plant Superintendent of the ?Michigan Beo Telephone Company,
in Rown 274 W. Engineering Bldg., Wednesday, May 28, :1924 for tue
e of employing juniors for work during the summer vacation.
ek up exonu~nation Thursday, May 29, at 1 p.in . Room 3 Economics
g. C. C. EdmondA.
ial assembly in room 348 W'iednesday at 9:00.
iaties : College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
ere will be a meeting of the Staff on Wednesday, May 28, at 4 P. M. In
10 Tappan Hall. Joselih I. Ma rkley.
,rC m n G ooy ad G orp y students, planning to attend the,- Summer Camp in Cneology and Xe'o-
at Mill Springs, Kentucky, should enroll at the'Registrar's office and
tion at once. Mloney should 1 e taken to the camp In the form of
r's or bankers' checks-it will be impossible to cash personal checks
camp region. r:i.' Ehlers, Director.
ervk a Exalninions for Summer PtoSliloin4-in Detroit Department
WilAT'S GOING ON
All persons or societies using this
I 'ulunin should Include in their notices
day, hour, and place. All notices.
wvitbout this data will be disregarded.
12:1-- -ath lub. iJun eJeon, room. 321,
1:0Arnion.in fo AnAro
13-Atehbto'fonAnro'high schools, west exhibition room,'
Alumni Memorial hall.
2 :00-Senior banquet tickets, Uijuon
3 :(Hl-Faculty Women's a ub, nursery
section meeting, clubhouse.
0 :40-Board of governors dinner, U~n-.
6:0(l--A. A. Teachers' club dinner,
roam 316-318, Union.
4:00---(Inadrangle dinner, room 323,
7 :80--Round-Vp clutb mYeet ng, roont
12 :tC-wi)eutal f£cu1ty lunch,.t uon«'
1 :30-Ar;, xliilltlon front Ann rlor"
high schools, west exhibition room.,,
Aumni memorial hall.
Tite George Booth fscbhoia*'ship conipe-
tition drawings are now on exhibl-
tion in the architectural lecture
room on the' second floor' of the En-
gineering builIng where they nta
be seen every' afternoon.
UAnn Arbor's proposed bus system,
on which no action has been taken,
for some time, will be reconsidered
next Monday night at the regular
council meeting. Last Monday night,
a council committee met with rpe
rer-sentatives of the Detroit Bus cOimpany
and~ discussed amendments 'to the
I plan, andi it will be the revised plans
which will go before- the council. i
The original proposal was to re-
place the present street car lines
with flve- bus lines to serve more ter-
ritory than is now coveredl by street
I cars. --I
Palo Alto, Cal, MAay 27.- Stanford
students spend a full, hour and three,
quarters each day in going" to and from!
classes, according to reports, in the
Daily Palo Alto's investigation.
Patronize Daily Advertser s.-A v.
t S 3APL.ElNE SYRUPON iY PAN-
CARES, WYAFFLES, FRIED MUSH
eexainnations will be held Saturday
ice of the Department of Recreation.
qualified to take these examinations
Thursday, at 11 o'clock.
morviing, May 31, in Detroit
I will be glad to interview
at my office 205 Economics
A. E. Wood.
iual business meeting and election of officers of the nursery section
~acuity Women's Club at 3 o'clock today in the club house. All mnemn-
o urged to be present. Margaret C. Lloyd.
1leglate Debating Class:
emembers of the class in Intercollegiate Debating are requested to
Room 302 Mason Hall on Wednesday afternoon, May 28'1'at 4 o'clock.
- -G. E. Defusmore.
elast meeting of the Representatives of the Hlonor Council' will, be
ed., May 28, at 4 P. M. in Barbour Gymnasium.
1,1111s R .Beattie,'-Secretary..
ere will be a meeting on Wednesday, May 28th., In Roomi Z 242; N. S.
iP. M~. Electionm of officers and other important business will, be
Alden F'. Roe, Assistant in Baeterlology, will talk on, Rabies. Make
nt to be there. L 1. R. Wagener.
M Aay meeting of the Research- Club will be held on Wednesday; May
8 1P. Al. in the Histological Laboratory. The following papers will
)litical Developments in the Netherlands East Indies" by Professor
1.e Character and Distribution of the Terrestrial Permian 'Deposits in
. Eutope" by Professor E. C. Case.
e Council will meet at 7:30 P. M. T. H. Hildebrandt, Secretary.
roduction Series-Recital "1Idylls of the King":
o' last program in the Play Production series of plays and recitals,
presented tonight at 8 o'clock in the Auditorium of University hall.,
ins fromn Tennyson's "Idylls Of The King" will be given'by students
ie courses i Interpretive Reading. The audience is urged to be seated
clock. The usual1 single admission charged- will be made.-
R. D. T. Htollister.
It Organ Reeitjdl (omitted):
:organ recital will be leld this week. The next recital will take
rednesday afternoon, June 4. Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
11 for all Companies and Band. Assembly 3:00 P. M. Complete Uni-
ill he worn.
s will -be the last formation' for the year. Uniforms, Band: Instru-
books and- pamphlets and all University and Government .property
turned in on or before June 2nd. This includes advanced uniforms
his semester except those who graduate this year., Lost articles must
1for, before clearance can be obtained from the Treasurer of the
pity. Mlen who are going to camp are authorized to retain their uni-=
Fdesired for' use on social occasions and when on pass while at
Those going to camp who have not been vaccinated for 'Typhoid and
ox must report at the Health Service at once for this purpose.
Wmt. T. Carpenter.
ore will be an important meeting of the University of Michigan. Chap-
?h-i Beta- Kappa at 4 p. in., .Thursday, May 29, in Room 205, Mason
The attendance of as many members as possible is desired.
J.H. Hodges; Secretary.
Season. ot 1924
There's no secret about
our reason,"for taking
such ia 4eep intetest in:
Used Caii owners. , We
realize that every owner
has many friend,"--and
that s ome of those
friends are wing to
follow his advice in
the mnatter of cars.
1920 DODGE SEDAN.
Good mechanical conidi-
tion. Finish, good $395:
1916 DODGE TOUR-
ING. Verygood prun-
ning order. $125..
1920 BUICK 'TOUR-
ING. Good, mechanical
ONE HOUR FROM ANN AR~BOR BY
7 PASS. 8 CYL
New cord tires.
ANN ARBOR GARAGE
206 W. Huron St. Phone 1101
AFTERNOON AND EVENING
Bo ks OF EVERY, K~ID-WE SELL THEM
8Y THE PIECE, D+ ?E11, IIUN'DRED,