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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Summer /.Employment :!
A representative of an Ultra-tVio-1
let. Light company will be in room
304, Michigan Union, Thursday,
May 30, from 10 to 12 a. m. and 1 to
3 p.,in,, to interview. students in-
terested in summer work.
Mary L. Stewart,
Manager Employment Bur...
Invitations and Announcements
will be distributed in University
Hall, Friday, 8-12 and 1-4, afterFri-
day, by appointment with Odeyne
Gillett-phone 2-1114. Special As-
sessments ($1.50) must be paid be-
fore Invitations will be given out.s
They will be collected at the same
table. You can also order the
Alumnus for $2.50.
Odeyne Gillett, Chairman
Faculty, School of ?Education:
The last Regular Faculty meet-
ing of the year will be held on
Monday, June 10, at 4:15 o'clock.
Roorn 109, Tappan Hall.
C. 0. Davis, Secretary
The Women's Athletic Building
will be open from 3 to b o'clock, oni
Thursday, May 30.
Girls- Willing To -Do _Outside Work
During And After Examinations:
There will be numerous odd po-
sitiorns available during and after
examinations. Will any girls wish=-
ing extra cash, please register in
the office of Advisers of Women.,
Beatrice W. Johnson
Gargoyle Upper Business Staff' and
TWhere Pwill be an important meet-
ing of the entire Gargoyle Busi-
ness Staff and tryouts on Friday,
May 31, at 5 p. mn. It is important
that everyone be there.
Theodore S. Long,
Christian Science Society:
Christian Science Society of the
University of Michigan meets to-
night at 7:30 in the upper roomi
of Lane Hall.
Eloise Rue, Secretary
P redental Students:
Students who desire to be considered for admission to the School
of Dentistry in the autumn of 1929 should call at the Dean's office
in the School of Dentistry within the next week for an application
Mareuis L. Ward
English Honors Course, P,29-30:
I The time for application for membership in the Honors Course is
extended to the end of this -week.
' Louis A. Strauss
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