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of the Summer Session faculty who will fill out the request cards.
E. H,. Kraus

Ileaving for camp this time. Please be present.
Wahr's and should be purchased immediately.

Kits are ready at
R. B. Hall

Plans for Baccalaureate and Commencement: 1111 who expect to take part in the exercises
of Commnencement week will please take note of the following schedule in ordler that there
will lte as little confusion as possible in carrying out thle pr-rani. Punctuality is especially
implortantt as the processions will star t on scheduledl lime.
Blaccalaureate: Sunday, June 22a, 11 :00 a.!n
Weather Fair
Time of Assembly: 1 o:1t , a. Im.
Places of Assembly
Members of the Faculties in the drcs.' jog r. (olb. second and third ifloors of h ill Amditor-
ini ,fhere thwy may robe. I'nt r by re ar ullos.
SutudeCnts of the various schoo's and C.leecs, ais bllows:
Literature, Science, and the A:ts om NI amI 1tlar:t.n wal u:l, hvteetl uI,iln ary and l,,ngi.
l ducaticn ontauAlk Northl i~h'of ?it...lo ulr adI'h laoay Building.
lnmineering ,.n Man wa~on l :ik in Cu:int, ile: C (itit.
Architecture ,n Main I)z~o~lw:l n~ i er i .\ ieli(ihiunl Engineers},
Aedica' io.it li ail a all. 1lt .xei (Cieioisiry I:Li l ~i4andl I ilrary.
Niuises onitliagiial xzil.Istw. c,(listry f Iylililul,l ibiI.Irary (behind Medics}.
Laiw of I~a~t..1. l Wi-t o lls,11\-t JI il li(,leckoelin istI fint of theh 1 ibrlarx'.
Pharmacy ,on tot :nd .I \1'-t al:i, kWe .1i Onil- ilt-i *ctiiiruin iiui of Library
(beh~lind [1awt~).
D~ental Surgei y oun Nirt1 l n nthS. alk \:i;1ii rear of Nir, t wii0f of I iiivtr-ii v hall.I
I'tsines: Adlniitu ~tat ion .t1 walk in tn io iof PhVli~ail -v ai,,l I 'uarnaeogy ~nildlng.
ore-' try and Couievial ill o alk ill rnolt of 'l'tysiololl~y anal I ba'1a i'iti. ;y Ilidin':
(Lciind i Ius. :1 .),
Mulasic ,r ii iiiapl ial ll. fron ,ni ilbrtr.,to Aluth-i Ii ',urial 1al' .,'near Libirary.
Gradluate onl bast ;1114 West stalk \West of Lib~rary tntraice.
Weather Rainy
A sprinklle will lii,tlie considered rainy. It 11iu1st actually rain will]i no pros'pect. of
Student:; a ill liotcecil uirt lii to hIill zAn tiii Ci' 01. Seat:,witll Ie rer en until 1o: ;o a.1in.'
( otnmen.~eme n:: 7! oiiday, J ae -,, ga. itn.
Weather Fair
Timlle of Assenlly: 7:a, a. in.
Place.' of A:;a.enmhlyt
'1I <-itbrs of Ilte lacilti(-; al iivit ci . !{l.tViiuI., in .\11iio.Di NI olonital Ii ll--.%VnctGallery t
second Ihflor Whecre hei;y Iniay ruby.
Regents, I~x-l~eg;eats, Deans and Candidate.; for Ilofirary D~egrees, in lumni NI emnorial
l fall - lRoom IL',
Honor Guard,at A'diuni l il oi~i all
Students' at the sa:tre lilaucs as fiirll- ielnn le
Line of M~arh: Si al e to PI" ery Fieli,
weakther Rllliiy
1l at:hicr Iureau >"n t flays ti ]IrIte h,,isteI lo iiith Ilt°ii' Ana', an flag onl the Camlplls
ila :,raft alnd on li, ilastI at' tcr v 'ilvd t. iicat~ie ba i lhe c aereeses have been
transferl red to Yloat Fie1ld Hfi w.
Students twill lir: cetil dirt ily to ili: FI'.l ieaii nd ntcr tiriiiigli the North doors.
Members of the Faculties v, ill enter thi-ll~; the iiuirli iliors and take their places
on the platform inl the fied house.
Regents, Ex-Regents, Deaus and Candidate, for llonornry Dlerees will assemlble inl the
offices iuil thenorth (o.d ofi' lie ijeldl htinsc.
L. M."Gram, (Chief Miarsha~l
Cominencernent Tickets: TWickets for Commencement; and the
Alumni-Senior Dance and Reception may be obtained at the office of
the Secretary beginning June- 11. The Commencement Week Programs
will also be available at that° timde.
Shirley W. Smith, Vdice-President and Secretary
Men~e~set he raduating. Classes: President and Mrs. Ruthven
will be at home on the afternoon pf Baccalaureate Sunday, June 22,
from 4 to 6 o'clock to miembers of the graduating classes and their
Lost Articles: A large number of rain coats, umbrellas, gloves, and
miscellaneous articles have been turned in to the Lost and Found
Department in the Business office, Room 3, University Hall. Anyone ,
who has lost such articles may obtain them by proper identificationIt
at above office.. Shirley 1V. Smith, Vice-President and Secretary
Fraterities: Attention is called to the University ruling adopted
January 15, 1930, which provides that "hereafter sorority and fraternity

Studnts RectalKatleenB. inc andMarare L. opprt, Summer Session Hours of Registration: For the College of Litera-
Studnts Rectal Katlee B.Rinc an Marare L. opprtture, Science, and the Arts, in the Recorder's office, University Hall,
Ipupils of Martha Merkle Lyon of the piano faculty of the School of June 26 and 27, 9 to 12 a. m. and 1:30 to 4 p. in.; June 2,8, and 30, 9
Music will give a recital Thursday evening, June 12, at 8 p. m. in the to 12 a. m. and 1:30 to 5 p. m. Thereafter, 10 to 12 a. mn. daily.
School of Music Auditorium, They will be assisted by uiso Ncoa For the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture, in West Engineer-
y b puilsof ichlasing Building, June 26, 27, 28, and 30, 8 to 12 a. mn. and 1:30 to 5 p. mn.
Falcone, (John LaRue and Owen Reed) and a pupil of Anthony J . For the Medical School, in the West Medical Building, June 26, 27,
!Whitmire, (Frederick Hunt). Donna Esselstyn and Frances Peck will -be 128, and 30, 10 to 12 a. mn. and 1:30 to 4 p. mn.
the accompanists. The general public is cordially invited to attend.; For the College of Pharmacy, in the Chemistry and Pharmacy
______Charles A. Sink! Building, June 26, 27, 23, and 1.0, 9 to 12 a. mn. and 1:30 to 5 p. m.
For the School of Education, Including Hygiene and Public Health,
Faclty Coleg ofLitratreScenc, ad te Ats:It s rquete Physical Education, Public Health Nursing, and Athletic Coaching and
by uly Adllginistitrationcec, n teAts tinrquse Tappan Hall, June 26, 27, 28, and 30 from 9 to 121
bthe Administrative Board that all instructors who make reports of, Adinisrtoi nopeeo betfo xmnto ieas nomto hwn ,m and 1:30 to 4 p. m.
Incmplte r Asen frm Eamiatin gve lsoinfrmaionshoing For .the Law School, in the Law, Building, June 20, 21, ;and 23, 9 to
the quality of that part of the work which has been completed. This may 12, a. mn. and 2 to 4 p. M.
be done by the use of the symbols, I A, X B, etc. Fror the School of Business Administration, in Tappan Hall, June
W. R. Humphreys, For the Admini-' :iive Board 27, 28, and 30, 9 to 12 a. mn. and 2 to 4 p. mn.
ForJ) the Graduate School, in Angell Ball, June 24 to 28, and June
Faculty of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: There will i 30 9)to 12 a. in. and 2 to 4 p. m,

KANSAS - Stating that "the
American college fraternity is
founded on the social law and is.
here to stay," Wilber Waldon,a
jmember of the National Interfra-
ternity Council, spoke to a large)
group of fraternity men in a recent
lecture here. The three man objects
of a fraternity are as follows, Wal-,
dron said: To find a suitable place
for carrying on social activities; to
build an organization that will
tend to take the place of parents in,
so far as an organization can;, and,
to carry on a group that will tenid
to strengthen a man's character,
be distributed from the Office of
Martha Cook Building on June 9
and 10, from 3 until 5 o'clock.
Home-Going Transportation : A
representative of the various air,
boat, and motor coach lines will be
stationed at the Side Desk in the.
Union Lobby every afternoon front
12-2 and 4-6 o'clock for the next
two weeks to make home-going'
schedule and baggage' arrang-

be a special Faculty Meeting, Monday, June 16, at 4:10 p. mn. in RoomI
2225 Angell Hall. John R. Effinger, Dean
Faculty, School'of Education: The last Faculty meeting of the year
will be held in connection with a staff luncheon at the Michigan League
Building, on Monday, June 16, at 12 o'clock. Since- no Daily will be
issued immediately preceding this date, Faculty members are urged to
take special note of this announcement. C. 0. Davis, Secretar~y
Graduate Students: Graduate students planning to enroll for the
summer session may register in the office of the Graduate School, 1014!
Angell Hall, between the hours of 9 a. m. to 12 Noon, and 2 p. m. to 4'
p. M.. Sabina Conrad, Recorder
Rhetoric 54-Final Examination:, The ;class will meet in Room 3214
A H for the final examination. E. A. Walter
Political Science 195: The following students have been selected

Kawara H Kraus

French & Spanish, rooms for examinations:
(French 1, all sections, French 12, all sections) 231 A. H.
ti French 2, all sections N.. S. Aud.
French 31, all sections 103 R. L.
French 32, morning sections Wiest Physics Lecture Room, bldg.
back of Library.
French 32, afternoon sections 1025 A. H1.
(French 111, 112, 153, 154) all sections West Gallery Alumni Memor-
ial Hall, second floor front.
Students with conflicts between German and French take their
German exams at the regular time and a special cont ict exam} in
French Thursday, June 12, a. in., 103 R. L.
(Spanish 1, Spanish 31) all sections, 1025 A. H1.
Spanish 2, all sections, N. S. Aud.
Spanish 32, all sec tions, 103 R. L.
P. F. Bursley


to constitute the class in Political Science 195-196 for the year 1930-1931 : nlEamntos
Halverson, Hansen, Hempstead, Joslyn, Manor, Nessen, Patterson, Reeves,! a xmntos
Richi, Simpson, Stanger, Stratton. Paul M. Cancannon E.nglish 160-Mr. Price's Section: Room 2225 A. H. June 9,;a. in. I]
English 32-Mr. Hutchins' 9 o'clock Section: For the members of
Junior Mechanical Engineers: We have an excellent opening in plant; this class who are unable to take the regular examination Monday~
work for a man who wishes to remain out of school all next year. All1 morn ing, June 9, (1025 Angell Hall) an extra examination will be held1
those interested, please apply in 221 West Engineering Building at once.E Wednesday afternoon, June 11, 1209 A. H.
__________ H C.Andrso I Graduating Engineers may obtain their drawing from Drawing
Varsity Glee Club: All mien wishing to get refunds on their deposits,; Courses 1, 2, and 3 by applying at roam 414 West Engineering Building
are requested to either mail or take a card to the desk of the UnionI any time next week.
addressed to Gayle A. Chaffin, Room 308, bearing your name and the Tikt o h eirBekatt ehl ue
' adrsswhee ouwis t hvethechckmaiedtoyou I Seio Woen Tckes orthSeniorBeakas Women:d un
addrss her youwis tohavethechek maledto ou.21 will be on sale June 11, 12 and 13 from 2 to 5 p. m. on th~e main floorI
EVENTS TODAY of the League Building. It is advisable for a representative from each
Visitors' Night: Angell Hall Laboratory:: The public is invited toi sorority, dormitory, and league house to purchase the tickets for their
visit the Astronomical Laboratory, 5th floor, of Angell Hall, to observeI group.,_______
the moon from 7:30 to 10:30 p. mn. today. Reservations must be l fEuain niainsadanucmnswl
made by calling; the Observatory office between 9 a. in. and 12 noon.i Seniors-School----- ain-Ivttin nd-nuneetswl 'u
'Comedy Club: All those attend-
ing the annual Comedy Club party, Aead ,InA Prsn 4cn ha a
meet at 5 o'clock sharp, at the of bX'In.Ie sgnsuetulhge-
nort dor o Unversty a~l Wil IWill remain in its present location cpcG T ~ IE
any members who wish to go but,-TT SRd OE ine f ellow- -
have not been notified by the se- -- I ATESREI"OE w
cretary, please telephone R. Hum- I CALKINS--until after conmmence- PE SAN R G
phreys before 3 o'clock? nIwent.
_____ I Pr ices very reasonable.
COMING EVENTS Exetoa icut i Intends to sell and go to
German Department: Common all shoes. sunmmer school.
examination in German 2, June 12, aeHll9am.t7.m.-,
2 p.mi. Rooms for the various sec-,Fowa o e aeHal ~.t .pm
bions have been allotted as follows:
Professor Eaton's and Professor i -- si.oo }most d
Willey's sections-35 A. H. _____________________________________
Mr. Bockstahler's sections--2023 I Sun. an4
A u~ Asik at Moe's

NEW YORK .$15.,
ALBANY. . $13."
BOSTON ..$16.1
(From Ann Arbor)
Direct Connections Via

Union Side Desk 12-2, 4.6 p. i,
Phone 2-2266 other hours

,, i

he course
days, $1.50 Sat.,
id' holidays.,
Snort Sho-) aboutt
ng pass books.
Street to
rive, then

rushing shall not be allowed before the noon of Saturday of OrientationLA. rl.
Week.' Under this ruling fraternities may make appointments with Mr. Diamond's see
freshmen at any time for engagements to be kept after Saturday noon, Ii.
September 27, 1930, provided that these preliminary contacts are :merely Mr. van Eerden's
for the purpose of making the appointments and do niot interfere in A. H.
any way with the freshman's time. Mr. van der Luyst
J. A. Bursley, Chairman, Committee on Student Affairs 2225 A. H.
Members of the Summer .Session faculties: Blanks for the Faculty Geography Camp:
Directory and request cards for the Summer Michigan Daily are being a. final meeting ini
sent by campus mail to all members of the Summer Session staff. Their at 5 p. mn. Monday, J
prompt return will be greatly appreciated. be necessary for eyer
The Summer Daily will be delivered gratis only to those members definitely from whe

ations-2003 A.
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There will be
Room 21 A. H4.
June 9. It will.
py one to know
ere they are'

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