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THE MICHIGAN

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OFFICIAL

BULLETIN

lication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays). Copy must be typewritten.

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UME VII

FRIDAY, JUNE

3, 1927 NUMBER 17s

niversity Senate:
A special meeting of the University Senate will be held in Room C,
Order of Business: Report ofthe Senate Comnittee on Undergraduate
tudies.
John W. Bradshaw, Secretary of the Senate.
'o All Members of the Faculty and Staff Having Library Books:
Attention is called to rule III of the Regents' regulations:
"All books borrowed by members of the Faculty shall
be returned on or before ....... the Thursday preceding,
the annual commencement in. June."
or the current year this date is June 16.
Those members of the faculty who are leaving perminently, for the
immer, or for the coming year, are requested to return all Library books
efore their departure.
Wit. W..Bishop. Librarian.
aculty, College of Literature, Science and the arts:
The adjourned meeting of the Faculty to discuss the report on exami-
ations and the marking system will be held in Room 2225 next Monday,
une 6th, at 7:45 P. M. The matter under discussion is of great importance
id it is hoped that there will be a large attendance. Members of the Fac-
ty who failed to procure a copy of the report at the last meeting may se-
ire one in this office.

Plilisophly 38 (Logic): Final Examination:
The final examination in Logic will be given in the lecture room, 1025
A. H. John Kuilper.
.Members of the Sulmmser Session Faculties:4
Blanks for the Faculty Directory and request cards for Ihe Summer
Michigan Daily are being sent by campus mail to all members of the Sum-
mer Session Staff. Their prompt return mail will be greatly appreciated.
The Summer Daily will be delivered only to those members of the Sum-
mer Sesion faculty who fill out the request cards.
Edward H. Kraus.
History T2 Final Examination:
The overflow final examination in History 32 will be held in Room 1209
A. '., Monday, June 13.
A. L. Cross.
Suinmner Session Hours of tegistration:
For the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts,-in the Recorder's
Office, University Hall, June 23 and 24, 9 to 12 A. M., and 2 to 4 P. M.; June
25 and 27, 9 to 12 A. M. and 2 to 5 P. M.. Thereafter 10 to 12 A. M. daily.
For the Colleges of Engibeering and Architecture,-in West Engineering
Building, June 23, 24, 25 and 27, 8 to 12 and 2 to 5 P. M.
For the Medical School,-in the Medical Building, June 23, 24, 25 and
27, 9 to 12 A. M. and 2 to 4 P. M.
For the College of Pharmacy,-in the Chemistry and Pharmacy Building,
June 23, 24, 25, and 27, 9 to 19 A. M. and 2 to 5 P. M.
For ,the School of Education, including Hygiene and Public Health,
Physical Education, Public Health Nursing, and Athletic Coaching and Ad-
ministration,--in Tappan Hall, June 23, 24, 25, and 27, 9 to 12 A. M. and 2
to 4 P. M..
For the Law School,-in the Law building, June 17, 18, and 20, 9 to 12
A. M. and 2 to 4 P. M.
For the School of Business Administration,-in Tappan Hall, June 23,
24, 25, and 27, 9 to 12 A. M. and 2 to 4 P. M.
For the Graduate School,-in Angell Hall, June 23, 24, 25, and 27, 9 to
12 and 2 to 4 P. M.
Edward H. Kraus.
Philosophy 31--Final Examination:
The men will take their final examination in Philosophy 31 in Natural
Science Auditorium; the women in West Gallery of Alumni Memorial Hall.
John Ruiper.
Geology 31:
The final examination in Geology 31 will be held in Room 231 Angell
Hall. L. M. Gould.'

ot'ji i'y g g ozutUL-16LMVct11tI1 peroa in the ecorder s oflice,
Room .1, University Hall.
Florence Mohr, Recorder.
Senior Women:
Students in the School of Education who wish to exchange black tassels
for blue ones may do so on Friday, June 3, at the Women's League Office,
Barbour Gymnasium, from 2 to 5. This will be the last opportunity to ex-
change these before graduation.
Dorothy Currie.
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Colliege of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Students now in residence who are planning to attend the Summer
Session may rezister flurinz the examinatin nP ind in h P~rd n'e ~

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John R. Effinger.

All House Presidents:
Signing Out Slips for the month of May are due in the Office of Advisers;
of Women June 7.
Norma Mansfield, Assistant Adviser of Women.
French 112 Examinations:
All sections of French 112 will be examined Monday, June 6, 2-5:00
o'clock in Room 231 Angell Fall.
X. S. Pargment-
College-of Literature, Science, and the Arts. Department of Mathematics:
Examinations in courses 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 51, and 52 will be held Wednesday,
June 8, 2 to 5 P. M., according to the following schedule:
Courses 1, 2, 3, 4, 7,,
Prof. Bradshaw's section-2023 Angell Hall.
Asst. Prof. Coe's sections--209 Angell H'all.a
'Asst. Prof Anning's sections-2003 Angell Hal.
Asst. Prof. Nyswander's sections-216 Angell Hall.
Asst. Prof. Wilder's section-35 Angell Hall.
Mr. Peterson's sections-2003 Angell Hall.
Mr. Field's sections-West Physics Lecture Room.
Dr. Kokomoor's sections-Chemistry Amphitheater.
Mr. Sheffer's sections-West Physics Lecture Room.
Mr. Cohen's sections-Chemistry Amphitheater.
Mr. Bushey's sections-35 Angell Hall.
Mr. Jones' sections-2023 Angell Hall..
Courses 51, 52.
All sections-West Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall.
Students in courses 1, 2, 3, 4, or 7 who are also taking courses 51 or 52
will report as scheduled above for course 1, 2, 3,' 4, or 7 and will report in
Room 3003 Angell Hall at 7 P. M. Wednesday, June 8, for the final in course

Varsity Debate Tryouts:
The Intercollegiate Debating classes will be discontinued for next year
and therefore academic credit will not be given for intercollegiate debating.
The usual scholarship and medals awards will be available. These awards
will be given to those debaters who represent the University of Michigan in
the following debating leagues: The Michigan-Indiana-Ohio Debating
League, The Central Debating League, and the Mid-West Debating League.
The tryouts for the men's and women's Varsity debating teams will be
held next fall immediately after the opening of school in September.
The subject for the men's debate in the Central Debating League will
be announced September 15.'
The subject for the women's debate in the Michigan-Indiana-Ohio De-
bating League is: "RESOLVED, That the Direct Primaries Should Be
Abolished."
G. E. Densnilre.
Men Students From Other Lands:
An economical vacation camp of one week immediately following the
Summer Session, August 20-27, is being planned. An organization meeting
will be held Sunday, June 5th, in Lane Halt Auditorium, at 4:00 P. M.,
where details 0f the plan will be explained.
Homer H. Grafton.

GREEN INDICATES
NEW SANATORIUM
IN SPITE OF VETO
(y Associated Press)
LANSING, June 2-Although Gov.
Fred ,W. Green has vetoed the bill ap-
propriating $500,000 for a new state
tuberculosis sanatorium at Ann Arbor
indications today were that the Uni-
versity city would get the new sana-
torium before the next legislature
meets in regular session.1
The Ann, Arbor sanatorium bill
appropriated $250,000 of the $500,000
set aside by the 1925 legislature for a
new sanatorium and gave the other
$250,000 to Howell, and also provided
that $250,000 should be spread as a
state tax to complete the building.
As a result of the governor's veto
the $250,000 previous appropriation
set aside for Ann Arbor will revert
to the general fund of the state July 1.
Gov. Green has in mind,.however, ask-
ing the state administrative board to
set this money aside for the proposed
new institution at Ann Arbor and be-
lieves that through his program of
economy will be able to take the other
$250,000 from the general fund of the
state by the first of next year, thus
making the $500,000available for the
new institution, his veto notwithstand-
ing.
The veto of the Ann Arbor appro-
priation was in keeping with the gov-
ernor's program of keeping down the
tax levy for the next two years to a
minimum.'
Today the governor planned to fin-
ish consideration of appropriation
bills. He has an engagement in Chi-
cago for Slaturday, when he will meet;
the committee having in charge the
arrangements for the annual confer-
ence of governors to be held at Mack-
inac island the last of July, and as
the date for the final adjournment of
the legislature is noon next Monday,
he plans to dispose of all bills pend-
ing before him before riday night.
Dr. Clarence C. Little president of
University of Michigan, was in Lan-
sing Wednesday afternoon for another
conference with the governor on the
University appropriation bill. The
governor and Dr. Little are about
agreed on the bill with the exception
of an item of about $1,100,000 to pro-
vide an elementary school for the
University. Dr. Little is insistent that
this item remain, while Gov. Green
has been seriously considering cut-
ting it out. He is of the opinion that
the University can get along two
years more without such a school
while Dr. Little insists that it is an
1 absolute necessity. Gov. Green has in-
dicated that he will not make his final
decision on this appropriation meas-
ure until sometime Friday.
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Of Honorary Society
Scholastic honors seem to have no'
appeal to University of Washington
students even in so far as the much
coveted Phi Beta Kappa is concerned.
Only 15 out of the 70 pledged have
evinced any desire to be initiated. OfI
these seventy only eighteen are men.;
Defenders of the male scholastic
ords hold that this indifference to
honors shows that modern students
work, only for the material benefits
derived from the curriculum.

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- Twenty Michigan Men, taking Medical, Law and
general courses, during vacation, to represent an, exclusive
Club for. Ohio's best people. Experience and capital not
necessary. Territory can be given in any Ohio city north
of Columbus. Excellent compensation. Free training, sup-
plies, and genuine prospects are furnished. This is not a
real estate proposition. See W. S. Campbell, Allendl Hotel,
between 8:00 A. M. and 9:00'P. M. Thursday, Friday or
Saturday, or write care Executive Offices, 1220 Madison
Ave., Toledo, Ohio.

AKRON, 0., June 2-An ai
route from Akron to the state of l\
was drifted over by a trio of p
who captured the first-three plac
the 1927 National balloon race, iv
was completed Wednesday.
The event was won by War
Van Orman of Akron, piloting
Goodyear V. It was Van Orn
fourth consecutive victo'ry in the
tional contest. His.aid was W
Morton, Akron.
Of the 15 huge gas bags enter
the contest, only three reached M
and that successful' trio thereby
the right to participate in the i
national Bennett Cup Balloon ra
Denver next Sept. 10.
I The state of Maine however,
not a set qualifying point. It ju
happened that all the winners brc
their balloons down to earth ther
other contestants reached Maine,
Van Orman, according to o
headquarters figures released
floated a direct distance of 727
to win first place, landing near
Harbor.

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SKILLED

3 Propositions

1 We will store your Typewriter at a very small cost
during vacation.
2 We will put your machine in order while you are away.
or,
3 Make you a fine allowance for your old machine to-
wards a portable which you can easily carry.

J. W. Glover.

1:
ts now occupying odd seats in the Natural Science Auditorium
heir final examination in Alumni Hall Auditorium, Saturday after-
4. Students in even numbered seats will remain as assigned in
section. A list of students deficient in experimenal work will be
iday, June 6.
Adelbert Ford.
hilology 208:
g notes may be had in the office of the department, 104 $outh

Varsity Track Team:
The picture of the Varsity Track Team will be taken at Rentschler's
Studio on Tuesday, June 7th, at 12:15 P. M. All men who earned an M or
AMA this year should be present.
Willis E. Topper, Manager.
Senior Education Class:
Final distribution of Programs and Announcements will be made on
Friday, June 3, in Tappan Hall, from 2 P. M. td 5 P. M. Tickets for the
Class-day Breakfast will also be distributed.
Earl Lillie, President.
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Students whose home addresses have been changed since the time of
making elections for the Second semester are requested to leave their new
addresses at the Recorder's Office, Room 4, University Hail, before leaving
for the vacation.
Florence Mohr, Recorder.

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John R.. Reinhard.

History IV:
A list of names of those excessively absent from the lectures has been
posted on the bulletin board on the first floor of Angell Hall. I shall be
in Room 1204 from 12:30 to 2:00 this afternoon to meet any ;of those whose
names appear on the list. .Milton Peterson.
Rooms for General Exams in French and Spanish 1, 2, 31, and 32, June 9,
9-12:00 o'clock A. X.:
All Spanish 32 and all French 31, Natural Science Auditorium.
All French 2, except Mr. Trotter's sections, Newberry Hall Auditorium.
All Spanish 1 and all French 1 and Mr. Trotter's sections of French 2,.
West Physics Lecture Room.
All Spanish 2, except Mr. Sanchez' and Mr. Bartley's sections, West
Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall.
Mr. Koella's, Mr. Barnett's and Mr. Hootkins' sections of French 32,
Room 231, Angell Hall.
Mr. Herman's, Mr. Pineau's,Mr. Resweber's, and Mr. Bement's sections
of French 32, Room 25 Angell Hall..
All Spanish 31 and Mr. Bartley's and Mr. Sanchez' sections of Spanish 2'
Room 1025 Angell Hall.
- Mr. Dow's and Mr. Finney's sections of French 32, Room 1035 Angell
Hall. Philip E. Bursley.

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Staubach Chosen To
Head Spanish Groupl
Results of the ballot by mail for of-
ficers of La Sociedad Hispanica have1
been announced. The society's officers
for the next school year are: Presi-
dent, Charles Stubach, '28; Vice-Presi-
dent, Mabel Humphrey; '28; Treasurer,'
Howard Kenyon, '29; Secretary, Leone
Lee, '29.
The faculty advisor will be appoint-
ed later by the Romance language de-
partinent.

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