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DAILY OFFICIA.L BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received< by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p.m. (11:30 ajm., Saturdaty.)

iteglstratioii-Field Courses In Geology and G~eographiy
Students, who'have received permission to enroll in the courses given at
the Geological and Geographical Field Station in southern Kentucky, should
register at the Recorder's Office or Graduate School, in the ease of gradulate
students, and pay their fees at once.
Other students planning to attend the Station should consult with. the
instructors in charge cif the courses before registering and paying fees.
(G. II. Ehlers, Director.

Final Eximini oll inlRhetoric It: I
Stuidents will report to their instr-uct ors Saturday, June 2, at 2pm,

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cording to IjI3 followirngschedules:
Mre. iir ideirRoora 102-1 A.H.
!Jr. _Alc1ahon, Room 102:1 All.
1Ir. Proctor, Room. 25 A.11.
Mrt. Schenk, Room 231 A.H.
AIr. Solve, Roon#f 231 A.H.
M r. Stevens, Room 2235 A.
:fr. Vander Lugt, Room 35 A.IJ.
M r. Wells, Room 1035 A. 1I.

Mr. Abbot, Rom 22 _25 Ai.1.1
Mr. Bader, Re-om 25 A.
M1r. Binkley, Room 103wA)l
Mlr. Bo)uwsmai, Room 200'3 A.Tl.
_l1r. Conran,. Roomn) 25A.
AIr. Dornnelly, Room 25 A..
Mlr. Gaitcs,R~o 20231 A.H1.

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(Commencemnent Hoinor Guiard:
Seniors who have been appointed to act as honor guard and color lwarers
Tor Gomm'encement are reque'sted to meet Dr. May at Watermain Gymnasium

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atesare laviked. The pvincipa u
-dress will be deliveredI ley Prof. ..
Brutmn. Please lmke reservationls
phonling 74164.
R1. N. Alici avI.
I teolog'y 12:): -Field C mrse in Swit,
eim iK-elt uicy:
All students who have elected
hae lanned to elect Geology 12
should be presen!t forIlan importai
n i ~ Cth e c l s n RoU n"5t , ' li v e r s i t y M u i s e u m s B u i l d i ng1: 0 p m . c T e d v
C~. 3r.,fllers.

a4 -rinlty Inspiection R ep ort:
Reports on faeitinscti~isare now ready in the Off'ice of the Dean
Students, and may becai-lld4fr 1by .in officer of each house.
/ VF. B. Walir, Assistant Dean.
rinrs Of the Smmer S, ;sioln FrI-illies:
f3;' nks for the Faclty Dir<ector i ad r~quest cards for the Summer
U~ig,11 Daily will 1)e Sent duri]'ng 1hlie xt week by campus mail to all
mbers of' the Suammer SssonStff 'h:ir prompt returmi will be greatly
reciated.
The Summecr Da:ily will be delivered only to those members of the Sumn-
r Session facuilty Who wii ill1 out the request card(s.
Edward It. liraiis.

at 7:30U p.m., on Mvonday, M~ay 28. Note that this meeting has been changed# senior Womnn:
from Thursday, May 24, on account of conflicting affairs. All rappointees areI Tryouts ifor the Senior Play which is given at the Senior l>reakfas. t. will
urged to be present at this meeting. be helId Monday, May 24, in Newberry Hall, at 4 o'clock, All Senifor n onuiA
are uirgedl to come.
Educai ion Seniors: ElN(,11gh-1,N; -t.
Announcements and Invitations wi~1he (distributed Saturday June 2.
SDistribution will- be made in Tappan Hall. After these dlates the commiitte. Il u1,lieraiti Students:
wil] not be respo. -sible for their delivery. Earl A. kelly, President..The Lutheran Student clurb banquet
Women"4 Research Viub: for- seniors and graduates will, be held 0
Will meet Monday, May 28, at 7:30pm.in oo 216NtrlcinetsSudyvnng Mi 7,:3
p~m. inRoo. 21.6NatralScinceo'clock, at. Zion Parish Hall; 309 F..k
Buildicg. Dr. Margaret Armstrong wvi~il'speak on "Recent Development in eseial enoan rda
Faith P. Hladley, Secretary. I$knts, f His

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acuity 3'Schlool of Education:
A regular meeting of the Faculty of 1the School of Education will be held
n Mlonday, June 4, at 4:15 o'cloeck in Room 101) Tappan Hall.
C. 0. D)aik, Secrete try.
7nEie Sess v,1DIon hours of19Rgi4Estraftion:
1or the College of iteratulre, Science, anml the Arts, in the Recorder':i
lhe Univ :.rsiitylh a ll, .Lutiie 21 and 22, 9 to1 12 a.m., and 2 to 4 p.m,; June 23
id25 9 to> 12 :i. in., and 2 to 5 p. mn. Thereafter 10 to 12 a.m., dlaily.
1"crthu cC olleg es of Eng;ineerinig andt Architectur-e, in 'West Engineering,
wdgJune 21, 22, 23, and 25,'S to 12 o'clock and 2 to 5 p.'im.
For the MFe-dical School, in the West Medical Buil1ding, June 21, 22, 23,
id 25-, 9 to 12 a.in., and .2 to 4 pa.
P, 'r t ho College of Phliarmnaey, in the Chemistry and Pharmacy Building,
din(, 21, 22, 2:1, an~d 2 5, 9 to 12 o'clock and 2 to 5 p.m.
For the, Schoiol of Education, including Hygiene and Public Health, Physi-
.0 Ediucatior, Public Health Nursing, andl Athletic Coaching And. Admini's-
ation], in Thppa1n Ha, June 21, 22, 23, and 25, 9 to 12 a.m., and,2 to 4 p.m.
For the Law School, in the Law Building, June' 15, 16, and 18,. 9 to 12
nin., and 2 to 4 p.m.
FWor thle Sch1ool of B3usiness Admtiistration, in Tappan Htall, Junie 21, 22,
and 25, 9 to 12 a.m., land 2 to 4 p.m.
For they GraduatOe Schoo], in Angell H all, June 21, 22, 23, and 25, 9, to 12r
n., and 2 to 4 p.m..,
Edward It. Krans.
Mrl. C. W. L -omis, representing the Bemis Tiro. Bag, Co., will be in Roomt
2' M1ichliga:' U'nion, on Monday, May 28 from 10 to 12 a.m., and 1:30 to u
n., to interview students wh1o are interested in a permanent position with
S Com1panyIV.
J. A. Dursley.
M1j1:r ;zll;a.n:.Ai. E. S. Braimble, MTanager of the'E. S. Bramble Agency of. Michigiao.,1
]1 be in D~oom 403 Michigan Unln', on Saturday, Mtay,26, to interview
ucdents who ax; e residents of Mica igan in regard t6°' summer em-t
oyment. Cail RIoom 403 for .appointment.
J. A. Bursicy.

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F'rench and Spat~isiiExams:
General exams, in French and Span-
ish of the first two years will be held
June 7, a.m., as follow's:
Spanish 1, Room 25 A.H., Bartley..I
Spanish 2 N.S. And., Lincoln, Higgins,
Farrell,. Eddy, Lcp4a n. Spanish 311
hnrd Spanish. 32, Physics W. Lect.1
rocim,' del Toro, Graham, Mercado. 1
French 1 and :French 31, 231 A.H., Be-
ment, Napoli, Evans. French 2, 8
o'clock sections,' 2003 A.H., Pinean.
French 2 all other sections Alum. M.
Hall, W. Gallery, Pargment,; Sewell,
Resweber~, DesMarais. French .12,
205 M.H., Cloppet, Finney. French 3,,
8 o'clock and all p.m. sections, 1025
A.H., Dow, Patterson). French 32, all
other sections, Newberry Hall, Bnirs-
ley, Michaud. French 111, 216A.H., i. IJ
Hootkins, French 112, 2225 A.H., Her--
mlan, Koella.
Students having conflicts between
their French and Spanish exams tak~e
their Spanish exams at the regular
time, according to the exam 'schedule,
and come for special exams in French
Monlday, June1 4, p.m., 2-5 o'clock,
Room 200 S.W. 1

The Print and Book Shop
Books - the most personal and' per-
manent gifts. Their suitability as
gifts. for all occasions is unequaled.
Special display of books f or gradu-
ation gifts.

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UIT.versity of Michigan 'Varsity- Band:
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o'clock at Morris Hall. Full uniform.
Gorden ii'. Packer, Drum Major.

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