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PAGE TWO

THE MICH-IGAN

DAILY

SA'TURDAY, JANUTARY 31, 1031

STUDENTS TO TAKECy
SEMESTER FIL~!S

STORY OF UNIVERSITY TOLD IN OLD I1
RECORDS NOW IN GENERAL LIBRZARtY 1 sO

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Examinations Start This P.
End Feb. 13; Continaue 9 to
2 to 5 O'clock.

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EXAM SCHEDULE GIVEN
Testing Terminates First Half
of "Year; New Term Starts
on Feb. 16.
In response to numerous requests
and lack of final examination
schedules, The Daily is publishing
for its readers the. schedule of final
examinations which begin today.
Examinations will conclude Fri-
day, Feb. 13, and the second semes-
ter will begin Monday, Feb. 16 at
8 o'clock. Examination hours will
be from 9 to 12 in the morning and,
2 to 5 in the afternoon.
The. schedule follows:
Monday at 1, ',a'turdvay, Jan. 31,
P.m.I
Monday at 11, Meiid"y, Feb. 2,,
a.m.
Tuesday at 1. n,<, Eii 1, Mon-
day, Feb. 2, p.m.
Monday at 9, Tuesday, Feb. 3,
p.m.
German 1, 2, 31, 32; Education
Al, and Bus. Ad. 151, Tuesday, Feb.
3, p.m.
Monday at 8, Wednesday, Feb. 4,
24.M.
French 1, 2, 11,331, 32, 41, 111, 112,
1I3 and 154, and Business Admin-
istration 161, Wednesday, Feb. 4,
p.m.
Tuesday at 9, Thursday, Feb. 5,
a.mn.
Economics 51, 52, 101, Business
Administration 111, anid Education
C1, Thursday, Feb. 5, pa..
Tuesday at 10, Friday, Feb. 6, a.m.
Tuesday at 11, Friday, Feb. 6,1
P.m.
Tuesday at 8, Saturday, Feb. 7,
1"(0it ical Science 1, 51, 107, Buisi-
necs Adinistration 101, Education
W.10,a ml Music BI, Sa turday, Feb.
7, pm
'Tue ,day at 2, and Business Ad-
mintistrat~ion 29a5, Monday, Feb. 9,
a~m.
Mathematics,.1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and
Econ omraies 121, Monday, Feb. 9, p.m.
0Mnday at 10, Tuesdayi°, Feb. 10,
a.xm.

Collection Includes Book Titles.
Memory Books,' Programs
and Daguerrotypes.
Published in the Alumnus for
Jan.. 31 is a feature concerning the
records of the University, collected
at present in the general library.
The feature states that such rec-
ords, of extreme interest to the
alumni, are composed of everything
from books and pictures to manu-
scrips.
"Clippings, p o s t e r s, programs,
memory books belonging to stu-
dents of the '60's and '70's, photo-
graphs, daguerrotypes, drawings,
etchings, catalogs, pictures of stu-
dent stunts-they all are to be
found there," the feature discloses.
"All unite to make up the picture
of this University from its swad-
dling clothes period up to 9 o'clock
this morning."
The collection is known as "The
University of Michigan" group and
consists of about 6,000 titles of pub-f
lications of the University itself, as
well, as the mass of material al-
ready mentioned.
S"Every collection," the feature
adds, "has its greatest treasures-
like the Venus de Milo at the Louvre
]Monday at 3, Tuesday, Feb. 10,
p.m.
Spanish 1, 2, 31, and 32, Wednes-
day, Feb. 11, a.m.
Mlonday at 2, Wednesday, Feb. 11,
Ip.m.
Speech 31, 32, and Geography 1,
Thursday, Feb. 12, a.m.
Sociology 51, 52, and 141, Thurs-
day, Feb. 12, p.m.t
Psychology 31, Feb. 13, a.m.

of the University of Michigan"
(1817-18, the minutes of the Trus-
tees of the University (1821-37, or-
iginal ms.) the manuscript Re-1
rents' proceedings (1837-53), andj
President T a p p a n's manuscript
writings. But there are also pictures
of the campus as it used to be, show-
ing buildings that have perished
years ago, and there are pictorial
records of the students and profes-
sors who have walked down the di-
agonal ever since they first chased
cows off the campus."
The Law building and University
hall in the '90's, showing the old
fence and the first dome on Univer-
sity hail are included in the feature.
RADIO TODAY
The radio program broadcast
at 7:30 o'clock tonight from the
University studio will feature the
University Girls' Glee club. Nora
Crane Hunt will direct.
Two speakers are also listed for
the program. Dr. Harry Fried-
good will speak on "The Role
Played by H-eredity in Old Age
and Disease," and Prof. Here-
ward T. Price will give a talk on
"Elizabethan Shorthand."
WANT ADS PAY!

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SIncluded in Anu~e'ct l1C~WtlC
for Summuer SEin. U] Tht uis h
The Summer Session of '1931 will G:ce ais cah dtz
offer exte nded courses in library a1tho:1 piai
science, it was disclosed yesterday to l'pce
i an a n u c m n by ea Ed ,\I .,ceward H. Kraus, of the Summer 2Sos- quet , are beiY
sion. {ni associatior
Courses in c",l .'cl'onng an: cl ssi- ;MichIigan ciu k
fvl - o o k dzi tf: _sYIiiion, refcrrnce ; rkanda school li- sil y st cents
Ibrary work for teach ar--librarkinsI vited to attenn
will be offered.j CitiCs.
Requirements for these courses kesr( ir
Iwill be 120 hours credit frtom any 'essr o f l
approved university, w~ a mini-'vrtWl
mum of one and one-hmlf as many I act y of thi
honor points as hours. I-,
Vera Southwick Cooiper, EnochI
Pratt free library, Dalhimrc, l VId.'CLI
Francis Lee Dewey 'o edich, libra-
rian of the College o l LTewYVYok;
and Carleton Bruns Jecelpr o- JH
BRIGHT SOTP
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of Lndon Inours peraps we U Udad
are proudest of the diary of the
Rev. John Monteith, his desk ,watch =s
and seal, the "Laws and Ordinances I Cataloging, C l sfy ng St idi

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Faculty and students at the University. 'These tickets
may be obtained beginning today between the hours of
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beauty and personality electrify
all who coarse tnder her spell!
t-ier b-, lliancc illuminates a
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