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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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Publication in the Bulletin Is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received b tlo Assistat to the '.edent until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdao
Volume i WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1925 Number 177i
Memoril Meeting for President Marlon LeRoy Burton:'
The University's memorial meeting in honor of President Marion LeRoy
Burton will take place at 8:00 P. M., Thursday, May 28, 1925, in Hill Audi-
torium. Mr. Robert Frost will, deliver the address. The main floor and gal-
leries of the Auditorium will be open for students, faculty, and citizens of
Ann Arbor. Academic costume will not be worn.
A. II. Lloyd.
To All Members of the Student Body:
Regents' regulations provide that all current University fees must b
paid before credit can be granted. A number of students have charges foy
Health Service treatment outstandipg against them. The names of such
students (errors and omissions excepted) are being communicated to their
respective Deans, and these bills must be paid without delay if credit is
to be given for the present semester's work.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
Members of the Adminijstrative Board, College of Literature, Science and
the Arts:
There will be .a meeting of the Administrative Board Thursday, May
28, at 4:10, in Dean Effinger's office. W. R. Humphreys.
Members of the Summer Session Faculties:
Blanks for the Faculty Directory and request cards for the Summer
Michigan Daily will be sent this week, by campus mail, to all members of
the Sumnmer Session staff. Their prompt return will be greatly appreci-
ated.
The Summer Daily will be delivered gratis only to those members of
the Summer Session faculty who fill out the request cards.
E. I. Kraus.
To All Students:
Students having in their possession books drawn from the University
Library are notified that all such books are due Wednesday, May 27th,
1925, on account of the impending examinations.
Wim. W. Bishop, Librarian.
Honor Guard:
Seniors of the various schools and colleges who have been selected by
their Class Presidents, respectively, are requested to meet with Dr. May
at the gymnasium at 7:00 P. M. Thursday, May 28.
L. M. Gram, Chief Marshal.
To All June Graduates:
All students graduating in June who desire application blanks for the
football games for the season of 1925 should call at either the Athletic
Office in Yost Field House or Moe's Sport Shop and leave the add ess to
which they desire the application cards sent.
Board in Control of Atiletics.
High School Observations:
All observation slips must be taken to Room 106 Tappan Hall by Fri-
day P. M., May 2.
Mr. Whitehouse will be in Room No. 10 Tappan Hall, Thursday, 3:45
to 4:15. C. 0. Davis.
Sumnier Camp in Geology and Geography:
1. Registration.
Registration blanks for the field courses in geology and geography are
now available at the Registrar's office. Students, planning to attend the
camp, must fill out these blanks and pay tuition as early as possible to be
certain of places in the classes. The number of students in each class is
limited; as soon as this limit is reached registration will be closed.
Students, who have signed the temporary blanks for places in the field
courses, must also fill out the registration blanks.
2. Inoculation Against Typhoid.
Everyone attending the camp must he inoculated against typhoid. The
inoculation, which may be dbtained at the Health Service, is given over a
period of two weeks and should be started at once.
3. Circular Of Information.
A circular of information regarding supplies for courses, personal
equipment, mail, etc., may be obtained from the Director of the camp.
G. M. Ehlers, Director.
To All Students In Engineering Drawing:
All students are required to remove the locks from their instrument
and drawing board lockers by the end of the examination period, June
10th. Locks found unremoved after this date will be destroyed to free the
lockers for the Summer Sesion. H. W. Miller.
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Spring Events
My 27, 28 - Japanese All-Stars sH.U R R Y
Michigan-baseball.
May 28, 29-Interscholastic Tennis R
tournament. P

Opportunity will be given today between the hours of nine and four to
vote for members of the Board of Trustees of the Student Christian Asso-
I ciation. There are ten vacancies to be filled, and the voting will be by
ballot. Both faculty and students are eligible to vote.
Egbert I. Isbell, Clunn., Nominating Colnuittee.
Senior Engineers:
Tickets for the Senior Banquet will be on sale over the arch on
Wednesday from nine to three. All who expect to attend the banquet are
urged to buy their tickets at this time. The banquet will take place im-
mediately following the Class Day Exercises on June 12, and is open to
members of the class and their fathers. K. R Keydel.
Junior Education Class:
There will an important meeting of the Junior Education Class in
1 Room 206, Tappan Hall, at 4:15 today.
Members are urged to pay their class dues to Miss Elsie Ralston, 1020
S. Uniersity Ave. George F. Hacker, Pres.
Final Exanduation in Rhetoric I and II:
The final examination in Rhetoric I and II will be held May 30, from
2-5 in the afternoon. The schedule of rooms for the various sections fol-
lows:
Abbot-Newberry Auditorium.
Adams-Newberry Auditorium.
Bouwsma-2003 Angell Hall.
Bower-2023 Angell Hall.
Conrad-West Lecture Room Physics Building.
Donnelly-West Gallery Memorial Hall.
Fletcher--West Gallery Memorial Hall.
Horn-1025 Angell Hall.
Johnson-2235 Angell Hall.
Osborn-2219 Angell Hall.
Powers-231 Angell Hall.
Schenk-35 Angell Hall.
Smith-25 Angell Hall.
Solve-1035 Angell Hall.
Thorpe-West Lecture Room Physics Building.
Van der Lugt-6 Angell Hall.
Wells-2225 Angell Hall.
E. A. Walter.

To Members of the Uhhversity of Michigan Band:
The Unit will assemble at the Band headquarters tonight at seven
o'clock, uniforms to include capes, to hold its last mid-week concert oil
the Library steps. Members of the organization are reminded of the fact
that the band will have a short turn-out on Saturday, May 30th, at noon to
participate in a Memorial Day ceremony, which will not last over a half
an hour. A large turn-out is in keeping with the spirit of Michigan's Band
and It is hoped that the attendance will be of such a nature as to fittingly
mark the closing formation of this school year. Assembly for this forma-
tion will be at twelve o'clock, uniforms omitted, uniformity of dress to bn
acquired through discarding of coats weather permitting. Men who are to
receive charms will receive ame at this formation.
Robert V. halsey, Student Mlgr.
Varsity Glee Chib:
The last appearance of the year will be made at the Burton Memorial
services Thursday evening at eight o'clock.
Kurt J. Krenilick, Manager.
Lecture on Coal:
Professor S. W. Parr of the University of Illinois will lecture on "Low
Temperature Distillation of Coal," Wednesday, May 7, at 7:30 P. M. in
Room 3205 East Engineering Building. Alfred H. White.
U. S. Naval Reserve Force:
The regular weekly meeting of the University Unit will be held Wed-
nesday, May 27th, at 7:30 P. "M. in the R. O. T. C. Drill Hall.
L.C.Leever.
IThe . 0. T. C. Annual:
Copies of the Michigan Shield will be distributed Wednesday from 9
to 5 at the Shield office in the R. O. T. C. building . There will be a fey.
extra copies for general distribution at that time. A. H. Lince.
The University of Michigan Band:
There will be a very important meeting of the P. O. T. C. Society im-
mediately after the concert. Wednesday evening. It is imperative that all
members be present. T. C. Schneirla.
I Masques:
There will be a meeting of the board of directors of Masques at 4:00
o'clock Wednesday in Sarah Caswell Angell' Hall, and a meeting of the
entire club at 4:30. Nellie Rittenhouse.
University of Michigan Section, Society of American Military Engineers:
All Military Engineers are requested to meet at the R. O. T. C. Office
Wednesday, May 27, at 5:00 P. M. for the final meeting of the semester.
Joseph Seide, President.
Quarterdeck Society:
There will be a meeting at the Union, Wednesday, May 27th, at 7:30
P. M. for the election of officers. All members are urged to attend.
M. L. Ireland, Jr., Purser.

To Seniors:
Seniors finishing in June who are interested in opportunites for per-
manent positions are advised to consult the list of openings on file in Room
2, University Hall. J. A. Bursley.
To Seniors-Business Opportunity:
Mr. H. W. Becker of Grand Rapids, district manager for the Metro-
politan Life Insurance Company of New York, will be at Room 422 of the
Michigan Union from 4 to 5:30 P. M. and from 7 to 8 P. Al., Wednesday,
May 27th; and from 9 to 11 A. M. and 1 to 2 P. M. on Thursday, May 28,
to interview seniors who are interested in the life insurance business as a
profession. J. A. Bursley.
Sunmer Work for Students--Men and Women:
Mr. C. L. Fetters, of the Smartsilk Hosiery Mills Inc., will meet stu-
dents interested in work for vacation this afternoon, May 27th, in Room 2,
University Hall, from 2 to 5 o'clock. J. A. Bursley.
Chemical Engineers:
Professor S. W. Parr, of the University of Illinois, will talk on "Low
Temperature Distillation of Coal," at the next meeeting of the A. I. Ch. E.
Wednesday, May 27th, at 7:30 P. M. in the Chemical Engineering Society
rooms, East Engineering Building.
All interested are cordially invited to attend. H. F. Poehle.
Freshmen Engineers:
The last weekly assembly will be held Wednesday, May 27, at 11:00
in Room 348 West Engineering Building. At this meeting it will be neces-
sary to elect a new member of the student honor committee. As it is the
last class meeting of the year it is important that all be present. Dean
Cooley will talk to the class. J. C. Brier.
Cercle Francais Lecture:
There will be a lecture in French, "Au Pays du Poete Ronsard" (avec
projections), by M. Paul Laumonier, Professor at the University of Paris
Thursday; May 28, at 4:10 o'clock in Natural Science Auditorium. This
lecture is under the auspices of the Cercle Francais and there will be no
admission charged. The public is cordially invited.
Robert V. Finney, Director.
To Sophomore Women:
There will be a meeting today at four o'clock in Barbour Gymnasium
for all Sophomore women interested in writing the music for next year's
Junior Girls' Play. Those who attend will please bring an original com-
position or submit one -at a later date.
Irene Field, Chairman.
READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS, READ THE CLASSIFIED AIS,

TRUEBLOOD .ENDOWMENT
REACHES -$5,000 MA-RKI
Some $5,000 has -now been accumu -
lated in the Trueblood Fellowship En-
dowment, a fund started three years
ago by debating organizations on the
campus. This fund will eventuallyf
provide two annual $500 fellowshipsF
for the two students intending to!
teach public speaking, who are con-!
sidered most capable by the faculty of
the public speaking department.
Campus debating societies and in-
terested individuals have from time
to time made contributions, and the
annual earnings of the Oratorical as-

sociation are added to this fund each
year. This spring another $1,000 will
be added from this same source.
Entrance Report
Read To Faculty
A report of the committee onj en-
trance requirements was read Mon-
day by Prof. C. P. Wagner, chairman
of that committee, at the meeting of
the faculty of the literary college.
Following the customary proceedure,
action on the report was deferred un-
til a later meeting, which will be held
at 7:30 o'clock next Monday.
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May SO-Iowa vs. Michigan--base-
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May 30-Wisconsin vs. Michigan-
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June 10, 11-Alumni meet in Detroit.
Jane12-.Ohio State vs. Michigan-
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June 12-Alumni Reunion Day .
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