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ZSATJJRD)AY, MAYs 29), X26

TI-IE MICHIGCAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL

B ULLET IN

Aigler Attracts
IMany To Stanford,

Liken Will Make
European Journey

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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by tbxe A~sis;.ant to the President until
3:30 p. M. (11:30'a. mn. Saturdays).
Volntno V1 SATURDAY, MAY 1%, 196unber 180
TO. All St dei s:

Followving the anniounvcn^~.t re-1 George ikcert, '27, recently elected
'enltly ifla(ICto #he fei at1ru president of the Student Christian as-
iRalph XV.Aigler of E ho law d Ixrt-, sociati on, will he 1Michigan's repro-1
rmont of the Uniiversity. will teach olur- .scilA::dve 01o the annual Europe an Pilv-
ing the suniner at IStaford iiniive rs.ity, grinige to take Iilice this sumimer.+
Palo Alto, Cal., icreased interest has: The pig r.imge will include visits!
been evident amnong liciigau studient ; #;) important nMaces in En11 l«nd, ll-
'toward attending summer school land, Begi lcrimany, Switzerland,
there. Jug-o Siaia Italy, and Franice.
A dispatch relative t. the summnner '____-- _ --
coreat Stanford was receivedl yesi- !'jug to Sumanord tiniversity for the
terday byrfThe Daily in which. it says, sunier."''
"Professor Aigier is typic7l of the
type of faculty members who are coii- Pairoilze lmly Ad-vertisers.-Adv.

FOR YOUR

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By the end of the examination period all books, wcraps, and lockh
should be removed from the Public Locker Room of the University Library.
All lockers will be cleared out 'immediately after June 8, and any, padlocks
remaining will be destroyed.
Wi'in. IV. Blishop, Librarian.

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Military Science 4, i, S8:
Students in the above courses will
please return the books that have
been loaned them, before Tuesday,
June 1, 1926.
U. W. Dunni, Jr.
Literary and Business adminisration
Senlrs:
A representative of the Bell Tele-
phone of Lansing will be in Room
t204 Tappan Hall :tomorrow at 10:00
A. M. Several men are needed in they
division office.
C. S. Yoakumn.
University of 'Michigan 11and:41:
Formation today at Morris Ihall at
2:10 P. M. to play for the Wisconsin-
Michigan baseball game. This is the
final formation of the year and a good
attendance is requested. Uniform with
cape. Gordon Pccr.
I T. S. Naval Reserve Force:
All1 'members of the University
Unit desiring to take a cruise this,
summer will please communicate with
,me. L. C. Leever.
Attention Senior Enigineers:
Graduation invitation and an-
nouncements will be given cut from j
the, desk in the "lobby of .the Union
Friday, June 4, from 1 P. M. to, 6!
P. M. It may be possible to start
tThursday. if they arrive in time. E
WV. 11. Arniold, CIlalrmli .

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Graduates- Bus iness, Opening:
Mr. Tyson, of the Judson lBradwayv
Company, of Detroit, would like to in-
Sterview men who desire a permanent
connection with a long established.
Sreal estate firm of Detroit. He will
Sbe in Room 302 Michigan 'Union onl
T'uesday, June 1, from 2:00 to 8:00
.P. M. J. A. Bursley.;
ChJoral Union 1slers: .
-~Ail members who have assisted 'at
a ny time at the Hill Auditorium dur-
Sing the present school year as ushers
for the Choral Union Concerts, Extra
Concerts or May festival are cordi-
ally invited to attend the dancing
party at Barbour Gymnasium this
evening from 9:00 to 12:00 P. M. I
The only credential necessary will
be this year's usher card or dentifi-
cation by the door mani.
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SEVEN DEGREES GRANTED
"1lY UNIERSITY REGENTS

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Degrees wvere conferred to the fol-
lowing at the meeting of the Regents
Thursday. M. S. Salamion, B.S. i
architecture; F. S. Holmes.S.. in
chemical engineering; 1I. P.Sharpe,
B.S. in mechanical engineering; E. R.
Armstead, "26, A.B., 1). M. Phelps, '26,
A.B. Other degrees to be conferredj
in June are George 11. Fenkell, "95,
B.S. In civil engineering, and Frank1
A. Ketcham, '97, B.S. in mechanical
engineering.
'Scott And Wife
TO Visit Euro pe~
Prof. F. N. Scott, of the rhetoricI
department, accompanied by leis I
wife, will sail for Europe, :tune 16,
and will spend the summer there.
Professor Scott expects to attend the
meeting of the British Association for
the Advancement of Science, whi;h is
rto be held at Oxfo~rd, Aug. 8 w 11.
Floc will also be present at the ses-
sion of the International Press con -
gress at Geneva. Sept. 14 to 18. At
the latter me1eting lie will be the offic-
ial delegate from the University, and
will read a paper on "The Teaching
of Journalism."
DIAMONDS
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"The Devil's Circus"
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and
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BEBE DANIELS
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LEATRICE JOY
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AILEEN PRINGLE
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