in hearing the address will be welcome up to the capacity of the audi- Examination Schedules CONDLIFFE TALKS
torium. Ready for Distribution, AT HONOR DINNER
Dr. Hart will address the Hospital School teachers this afternoon at
four o'clock, third floor of South Department. The topic will be "TheI
Educational Program for the Hospital Child," and all who are interestedI
in the Hospital School are invited to attend this meeting.r
English 212-Nineteenth Century Prose: There will be no meeting
of English 212 today in order that members of the class may be free to
attend Miss Nicolson's lecture. W. G. Rice.
Colloquium in Applied Mechanics will meet at 7:30. Professor Mene-
fee will give a paper on his experiments on "Stresses Caused by Impact."
There will be a review of periodicals.
Geography Summer Camp: Students intending to enroll for the
summer field courses in Kentucky will meet in room 13 Angell hall, at 2.c
Anyone who cannot attend this meeting should consult with Prof. JamesI
before Wednesday, May 13.
Freshman Pageant Women: The Athletics will meet at 4:15, the
Modernistic Group will meet at 4:45, and the Golliwog Group will meet
Varsity Band: Formation tonight in full uniform, 6:45, Morris hall.
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Music B-2, Thursday, June 11,
morning; German 1, 2, 31, 32, Span-
ish 1, 2, 31, 32, and Business Admin-
istration 152, Thursday, June 11,
afternoon; Monday at 9, Friday,
June 12, morning; Tuesday at 2,
English 1, 2, Friday, June 12, after-
Tuesday at 8, Saturday, June 13,
morning; Economics 51, 52, 102,
and Education C-1, Saturday, June
13, afternoon; Monday at 1, Mon-
day, June 15, morning; Tuesday at
9, Monday, June 15, afternoon;
Monday at 2, Tuesday, June 16,
morning; and Monday at 3, Tues-
day June 16, afternoon.
Examination hours in the morn-
ing art from 9 to 12 o'clock and in
the afternoon from 2 until 5 o'cldck.
Hindustan Club will meet on Sun-
day, May 10, at 2:15, in Lane hall.
Senior Engineers: Tickets' for
the Senior Engineer's banquet will
be sold until Monday noon in front
of room 2028 East Engineering bldg.,
.There will be no tickets sold after
Initiates of Phi Kappa Phi Hear
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chitecture, Frances H. Emerson,
Henry L. Fox, John C. Geyer, Kasi-
mir Karpinski, Clarence E. Larson,
Emil T. P. Neubauer, Albert W. Ol-
sen, John G. Staudt, Robert D.
Thompson, Carl W. Tusch, and
Robert D. Woodward.
Medical school, William Bromme,
Paul B. Cornely, Rcbert K. Curry,
Henry P. Kooistra, LouisF. Knoepp,
and Charles H. Ross.
Dental college, Carl R. Anderson,,
William F. Bender, Joseph R. Dun-
well, Denzil C. Gray, and Frank F.
College of Pharmacy, Robert D.
Swisher and Wayne J. Watkins.
School of Education, Mary B.
Hagaman, Walter E. Meiden, Jean
A. Procter, and Frances M. Schultz.
School of Business Administra-
tion, Thomas B. Aldrich and Wil-
fred L. Scheifley.
School of Forestry, J. O. Wern-
School of Music, Rexford C. Kel-
ler and Marian R. McCormick.
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Business Administration Alumni Conference: The third annual
alumni conference of the School of Business Administration will be held
at the Michigan Union Saturday, May 9. - The program is as follows:
9:30 a. m.-General Session, room 222.
10:00 a. m.-Meetings in Banking, Marketing and Accounting.
12:15 p. m.-Luncheon: Address by Ralph Starr Butler, Vice-Presi-
dent of General Foods Corporation.
6:15 p. m.-Banquet.
These meetings are open to students and members of the faculties
of other divisions of the University who are interested.
American Pharmaceutical Association: The annual joint meeting of
the Detroit Branch of the American Pharmaceutical Association with
the College of Pharmacy will be held Tuesday evening, May 12.
Students and all others interested are invited to attend. The address
at 7:30 in room 163 Chemistry and Pharmacy building will be given by
Dr. Nathan Sinai who will speak on "The"Cost of Medical Care."
Reservations for dinner at 6:15 in the Michigan League building
should be made by calling the office of the College of Pharmacy (phone
426) not later than Tuesday noon. C. C. Glover, secretary.
Women's Education Club will meet on Monday, May 11, at 4:15, in
the parlors of the Women's Athletic building. Members are urged to
Economics Club: The Club will meet Monday, May 11, at 7:'45 in
room 302 of the Union. Dr. Timoshenko will talk on "Present Economic
Problems of Russia."
Liberal Students Union: "The Philosophies of 'Bill' Simpson and
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