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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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SUNDAY, 7

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ILY OFFICIAL

BULLETIN

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

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SUNIl)AY. JUI\

1E , 1927 NIUMBER 180

i the Aeeihers of the Senior Classes:
I am taking this opportunity of addressing informally the members of
e graduating classes of the University with regard to two things which
ye seemed in the past to subtract from the general dignity and appro-
latness of the Commencement Exercises.
One of these things, namely, smoking in the Commencement proces-
>#: or during the Exercises on Ferry Field, affects the men of the class
pecially; the other, the wearing of flowers at the Commencement Exer-
es, concerns the wo'men. I am sure that I need say no more than this,
r I know that the seniors are as eager as all of us to make the Commence-
nt Exercises worthy, in dignity, of the University of Michigan, and I think
at nobody will dispute the facts that smoking at this time is out of place
d that It is not good form to wear flowers with formal academic cos-
ne.
I shall appreciate it very much personally if in these matters both the
sn and women students will give their cooperation, and I am sure that
s, your own Commencement, will be more satisfactory to you if we are
of us careful about a few of these small details.
C. C. Little.
umiencement Tickets:
Tickets for Commencement and the Senate Reception may be obtained
the office of the Secretary beginning Monday, June 6. The Commence-
nt Week Programs will also be available at that time.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
iversity Senate:
A specia' meeting of the ,University Senate will be held in Room C,
w Building, on Tuesday, June 7, 1927,at 8:00 P. M.
Order of Business: Report of the Senate Committee on Undergraduate
idies.
John W. Bradshaw, Secretary of the Senate.
loge of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Students now in residence who are planning to attend the Summer
sion may register during the examination period in the Recorder's Office,
mxr 4,University Hall.
Florence Moor, Recorder.-
loge of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Students whose home addresses have been changed since the time of
king elections for the Second semester are requested to leave their new
.resses at the Recorder's Office, Room 4, University Hall, before leaving
the vacation.
Florence Mohr, Recorder.
tie to Students Having Library Books:
Apparently the notice which appeared in the DAILY for May 29th has
a overlooked by a large number of students. All students having books
n the Library are hereby notified that under the rules of the Regents
i books must be returned before examinations begin. Failure so to re-
1 them necessarily deprives a student of his credits for the semester
tl his record with the Library is cleared,
Wm. W. Bishop, Librarian.
ns For Baccalaureate and Commencement:
All who expect to take part in the exercises of Commencement we'ek will
se take note of the following schedule in order that there will be as
e confusion as possible in. carrying out the program:-Punctuality is
Rcially important as the processions will start on scheduled time.
BACCALUREATE-Sunday, June 19, 11:00 A. M.
WEATHER FAIR
TIME OF ASSEMBLY-10:15 A. M.
PLACES OF ASSEMBLY.
Members of the Faculties in the dressing rooms second and third floors
dill Auditorium where they may robe. Enter by rear doors.
Students of the various schools and colleges, as follows:
LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS on Main Diagonal walk
veen Library and Engineering Buildings.
EDUCATION on walk North side of Physiology and Pharmacology
ding.
ENGINEERING on Main Diagonal walk in Engineering Court.
ARCHITECTURE on Main Diagonal walk in Engineering Arch (behind
ineers).
MEDICAL on diagonal walk between Chemistry Building and Library.
NURSESon diagonal walk between Chemistry Building and Library
ind Medics).
LAW on East and West walk, West of the intersection in front of
'ary.
PHARMACY on East and West walk, West of the intersection in front
Cbrary (behind Law).
DENTAL SURGERY on North and South walk in rear of North wingy
Iniversity Hall.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION on walk in front of Physiology and
rmacology Building.
GRADUATE on East and West walk West of Library entrance.
WEATHER RAINY
A sprinkle will not be considered rainy. It must actually rain with no
pect of clearing.
Students will proceed directly to Hill Auditorium. Seats will be re-
ed until 10:50 A. M.
COMMENCEMENT-Monday, June 20, 9:00 A. M.
WEATHER FAIR
TIME OF ASSEMBLY-7:45 A. M.
PLACES OF ASSEMBLY.
Members of the Faculties and invited guests, in Alumni Memorial Hall-
t Gallery second floor where they may robe.
Regents, ex-Regeuts, Deans and candidates for Honorary Degrees, in
ani Memoral Hall-Room B.
honor Guard, at Alumni Memorial Hall.
Students, at the same places as for Baccalaureate.
LINE OF MARCH-State Street to Ferry Field.
WEATHER RAINY
Weather Bureau storm flags will be hoisted beneath the American Flag
he Campus flagstaff and on the flagstaff at Ferry Field to indicate that
eercises have been transferred to Yost Field House.
Students will proceed directly to the field house and enter through the

h doors.
,Members of the Faculties will enter through the North doors and takel
r places on the platform in the field house.
Regents, ex-Regents, Deans and Candidates for Honorary Degrees will
mble in the offices in the north end of the field house.
L. 3. Grain, Chief Marshal.
Registration Information:
By action of the Board of Regents registration in the fall of 1927 hasI
changed from the schedule as stated in last year's Bulletins and An-
cements of the University. The corrected dates are as follows:
Registration for Freshmen-September 12. (The activities
of Freshman week will continue throughout the week
September 12-19.)
Registration for Upper Classmen-Begins September 14.
Classes begin in all departments of the University on Mon-

day, September 19-.
These dates supersede all previous announcements and should be care-
fully noted by all students and faculty members.
Ira M. Smith, Registrar.
Summer Sezsion Hours of Registration:
For the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts,-in the Recorder's
Oflice, 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. 11. and 2 to s P. M.. Thereafter 10 to 12 A. M. daily.
For the Colleges of Engineering 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 and2 to 4P.M.
Edward H. Kraus.
Members of the Summer Session Faculties:
Blanks for the Faculty Directory and request cards for the 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 Session faculty who fill out the request cards.
Edward H. Kraus.
Rhodes Scholarship:
Students interested in making application for the Rhodes Scholarship
for 1928 should consult Professor C. B. Vibbert in the office of the Graduate
School, Room 1014 Angell Hall, on Monday, June 6, between 4 and 5.
Ruth A. Rouse.
Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
There will be a meeting of the Faculty of these Colleges on Tuesday,
June 7, at 4:15 p. m., in Room 348 West Engineering Building.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
Attention Householders:
All householders having rooms for rent for summer school please call
6115 and list them before June 15th.
F. B. Waht, Assistant Dean.
Faculty, School of Education:
There will be a meeting of the Faculty of the School of Education on
Monday, June , 4:15 P. M., Room 109 Tappan Hall.
C. 0. Davis.
Physical Education, Women Students:
Next year's seniors plan to report at 8:20 a. m., September 12th, to
assist with medical examinations.
Margaret Bell. ;
University Women:
Swimming suits, gymnasium costumes and golf clubs must be removed
from lockers at Barbour Gymnasium by June 15th. 'After that date all re-
maining articles will be confiscated.
Ethel McCormick.
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 Hall Auditorium, at 4:00 P. M.,
where details of the plan will be explained.
Homer H. Grafton.
History 32 Final Examination:
The overflow final examination in History 32 will be held in Room 1209
A. H., Monday, June 13. ,
A. L. Cross.
To Graduates:
Mr. Titus, of the International Business Machines Corporation, will be
in Room 304, Michigan Union, on Monday, June 6th, between 10 and 4
o'clock, to interview seniors for selection of a salaried field representative.
J. A. Bursley.

Delta Sigma Rho:
A brief but important meeting of the Michigan chapter of Delta Sigma
Rho will be held at 5 p. m. Tuesday, June 7, in Room 302, Mason Hall.
Thomas V. Koykka, President.
Graduation Recital:
The following graduation program will be given in the Students' Recital
Series, in the School of Music Auditorium, Tuesday evening at 8:15 o'clock
by Thelma Lewis, soprano, pupil of Theodore Harrison, assisted by Elizabeth
Schwier, pianist. Accompaniments by Margaret MacGregor.
Se Florindo e fedele (Scarlatti), O cessate di piagarmi (Scarlatti), Non
so piu cosa Son (Mozart) (from Le Nozze de Fiargo), Thelma Lewis; L'In-
vitation au Voyage (Dupare), Les Trois Prieres (Paladilhe), Les Roses
d'Ispahan (Faure) Thelma Lewis; Andante (from Haydn's "Surprise Sym-
phony") (Saint-Saens), Lotus Land Op. 47, No. 1 (Cyril Scott) Elizabeth
Schwier; Erstes Grun (Schumann), Ich Kann's nicht fassen, nicht glauben
(Schumann), Er der Herrlichste von Allen (Schumann) Thelma Lewis; The
Soldier's Bride (Rachmaninoff), Cradle Song (Gretehaninoff), By the Win-
(ow (Tchaikovsky) Thelma Lewis.
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
Chi Delta Phi:
There will be a meeting Monday at 2:00,P. M. at the Delta Delta Delta
house to initiate. Will those girls who can be present and if you have not
done so, please bring seventy-five cents. Litterateurs will be distributed at
( that time.
'Mary-Elizabeth Kibbey.
Psychology 110:
Final examination, names A to M, room 205 Pharmacology. Names N to
Z, room P 162, N. S. Do not forget to bring your text and class notes.
C. H. Griffitts.
Botanical Journal Club:
The Botanical Journal Club will hold the last meeting of the year at the
home of Professor and Mrs. James B, Pollock, 922 Church Street, Wednesday
evening at 8:00.
All members of the club are invited to be present..
Professor Carl D. Laure will talk on Botanical Observations in South
America.
Mr. Sterling H. Emerson will talk on Botanical Observations in Europe.
Jas. B. Pollock.
Autonobiles for Colloid Symposium:
Will any faculty member who is willing to furnish an automobile for
the purpose of taking members of the Fifth National Colloid Symposium on
a drivetabout the city between 4 and 6 on Wednesday, June 22nd, please com-
municate with me by telephone, No. 21648.
J. If. Hodges.
Alpha Kappa Psi:
The date for the farewell banquet at the Union has been definitely
placed at Wednesday, June S. The time is six o'clock sharp. All members
are urged to be present.
Leo E. Rowe, President.
Senior Engineers:
Extra invitations have been ordered and may be obtained in the hall-
way either Friday or Saturday, possibly both days. Watch bulletin boards
for announcements.

Unclaimed Mmil:
Mail for the following list of per
sons is on hand and undelilverabl(
It may be claimed by the owners i
called for at the General Deliver
window, Main Postoffice, on or befor
June 13:
-1. Burrijgton Baker
Harold Ballou
Charlotte Bayne
Miss Chang
Luther M. Church
Mr. Charles C. Curry
Marshall Dixon
Albert D. Dotter
Madonna Doygherty
Mrs. Myra Dreyfus
Dorethea E. Ehinger
H. Emory
Viriginia Follette
Prof. Allen B. Forsberg
Simon Francis
Nancy Fry
Andred Goodman
Dr. Walter C. Green
B. Grim'
Prof. H. C. Hackett
Robert Haggersoon
Robert L. Harnish
R. M. Hegner
Doris E. Henoch
L. Henson
Mary L. Higgins
Vernon F. Hillery
Herbert N. Hooven
Mr. Horton
I Hazel M. Latta
James Lewis
Ernest J. McClure
Herbert S. McKeel
Robert MacRae
Julius D. Madarasz
Madhu Shadhau Majumdtr
Prof. G. H. Montillon
J. S. Morrel
Clarence Norris
Anna Northrup
Lillian Osborn
Max Pain
Dai Tung Pang
Prof. G. Y. Rainich
Elza L. Redman
Hume Rogers
A. J. Roth
F. W. Shaw
John Shorts
Stanley Steinko
Susan Storke
Gin-Djih Su
D. F. Twitchell
Mrs. Marion Whitaker
H.A. Weiman Helen C. White
Marie Wilbert L. Wolff

Invitations Committee.

Minnesota May Try READ THE WANT ADS
To Limit Attendance sE

RVICE

MINNESOTA-Provisions recently
adopted by the Senate of the Univer-
sity of Minnesota to decrease the en-
rollment may result in discriminationi
against non-resident students. They
provide that non-resident, students
whose high school or college ratings
have not been satisfactory shall be
placed on probation immediately on
entering the university, and dropped
at mid-quarter if their work is not
satisfactory. If such students are dis-
missed from any college of the uni-
versity they may not be re-admitted.
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