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______ THE MICHIGAN DAILY -

DAIY OFICIALBULLETIN_
Publication in the NBulletin is constructive notice to all membersI
of the University. 'Copy received at the oIce of the Assistant to
the President until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday.
VOL. XLII. THIURSDJAY, JUNE 2, 1932 No. 177
'NOTICESI
To the Mmbers of the Faculties: Your attention is called to the
actlon of thc Regents taken May 24, 1929, defining the term "academic
year" as the annual p rind beginning one !week previous to the opening
of the f~irst semester an ending with the termination of the Commnence-
ment Exercises."
The presence of faculty members on the campus during the registra-
tion and orientation period is necessary in order that the consultation,
classification, and registration program may be carried out efficiently.
The following is an extract from the By-Laws of the University
(Chapter V, section 14): "It is the duty of the members of the teaching
force to remain at their posts in Ann Arbor until after Commencement
lay, and to take' part in the Commencement Exercises, unless previously
~x usedjby the President on their written request." A. G. Iuthven.
.Commencement Tickets: Tickets for Commencements and Aluni-
S nior Dance and Reception may be obtained at the ofice of the
Secretary, Room 3 University Hall,' upon request. The Commencemen t
Week programs will be available after Monday, June 6.
Shirley W. Smith
To Members of thec Faclthy, Staff, and Student.Body: Attention of
eeyone is cald to the Lost and Found Department in the Business
Omce. Uivers ty Hall. Inquiry concering lost articles should be maec
promptly at the above office. Articles found on the Campus and in
OUiversi t 1uildina should be turned over immediately. Those articles
not cayled fdr within sixty gays will be surrendered to the finder.
'~- Shirley W. Smith.
r: Stuident' Rtita l: The following junior f upils of Marian Struble
. rin" 131il give a recital Saturday afternoon, June 4, at 4 o'clock in
t~ School" of Music Auditorium, to which the general public with the
e'xeptlhn of small children is invited: Jeanne Marie Norris, Prance
00if en, Eliabeth Lewis, Phyllis Brumm, Richard Mann and Frederick
Iunt. Patricti Hughes, Margaret Hloppert, and Gladys Schultz will be
the accompanists.
:" i1o~agical Station: Space remains for a few qualified men and
:!omnen students. Courses give full credit toward degrees. For full
informaiion see the Biological Station Announcement which may be hhd
at the Office of the Summer Session, at~ the Office of the Zoology Dep't,
loom 3089 N.S., or of the Director. Applications may be made to M.
A. H. Stbelard, Sec'y., Room 2119, N..,or to George La Rue, DirekjW,
Room 1119 N.S.
SVas G rbam, dlistingu hed American dancer, will be presentd
11n two dance recitals tonight and tomorrow~ night, <assisted by Louis
fl14rst, ianist. the curtain, will rise promptly at 8:15,o'clock.
Robert Ilendlersoen, Di rector.
.University Bueau of Appointmntis and occeuptonlIfrain
411 applicanits registered with the Bureau, both. r business and fo.
taching, should check up on their records and notify the bureau of
their SUMMER ADDRESSES, whether they are going to be in Ann Arbor
ort' elsewhere.
Univr9ty Burcau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
. epresentative of the Equitable Life Asurance Socity will be in th
0i Wi n, Wednesday, June 8, to interview graduates for various types
of nsuranice wo]rk. Kindly make appointnents with dMs Webber at
he lureau.
Seil Dir~oetors, Chaperons, Ilouseheads; Undergraduate Women:
U'~esAll be no oiver-nig ht guest in any approved undergraduate hous
durng thaeexamiination period.'
r.toom Schedule for French Examinations: Examinaions will be
gluvm as follows at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, June 8: French 1, 103 Romance
Languges; French 2,'Natural Science Auditorium;' French 12, 103 Ro-
mance Lanxgages; French 31,.20073 Angell Hall; French 32, Classes at

1 n >>. '205 nivr Iyfa ill; rch rl132. all cassbut 1 p.m., West Physics'
~ Lctue Rj.miFrnch 1 1, 103 5 Angell Hall; Frceh 111, 112, 153, and
154, in W(,,,t Galler-y of Alumni building.
j Room Schedule for Spanish Examinations: Examinations will be
given as follows at 2 p.m., Saturday, June 4: Spanish 1, West Gallery of
Alumni building; Spanish 2, and 31, Natural-Science Auditorium; and
Spanish 32, West Gallery of Alumni building.)
Room Schedule for English I and II Examinations: Room 25 A.H.;
Sections taught by Butchart, Walter, Wells, Allen; Room 35 Al., Sections
taught by O t; Room 231 A.H., Sections taught by Binkley, Rowe; Room
2003 A.H1., Sections taught by Baker; Room 1025 A.H., Sections taught by
Morris, Curtis, Helm, Wetzel, Hornberger;, Room 1035 A.H., Si eion.
tautglt by Stevens; Room 2225 A.H., Sections taught by Hoang; Room 2023
A.H., Sections taught by Williams, Everett; Room 2235, Sections taughrt
by Proctor; R~oomn 2219 A.H., Sections taught by Abbot; Room 2013 A1.-
Sections taughnit by Davis, Tenney; Room 3017 A.Hl., Sections taught by
Bliss, Swain.f
Engineering Drawing Students: Please remove equipment and locks
from drawing desk lockers before June 4.
tolinore Engiineers: Will all those who ordered blalzers please stol)'
in Room .311. West Eug-. building some. time today. T'['he bla zers \trii1 bec
delayed and the home address of ecryone must be secured. If you
cannot net there eall 6151 between 9 n-ici 11 toniglit.
Senior Engineers: The $4 deposit on caps and gowns will be refunded
on te afternoon of Commencement Day. The caps and gowns will
be collected in, and the deposits issued from, theGarden Room of the
Woman's League between 1 and 6 p.m., on Monday, June 20.
Senior jEngineers: Invi tationls and announ cemnen ts will b:,) avail able
Thurxsday and Friday from 9I to 12 a.m. They will be given out in front,
of Room 221 West Engineering building.
ACADEMIC NOTICES
Ili!;4ory 12, Le ture Section I! T - final examination will be held as
fo llows on Wedne,;day, June, 8, from 9 to 12: Mr. Manyon's and Mr. Slos-
; on'rs :cliis' in Natuxral Se.ience Auditorium; Mr. Long's sections in
R;oom 1702'5 AJI.'
History 92: The Xlnal examination will tic heldt from 2 to 5 p.m., June
13. All sections will meet in the Whest Physics LectLure Room,.

and 1035 A.HL
Poitical Science 92: F7inal examinatio>n held in Room 1025 A.If.
Political Science 2: The final examination in this course will be
given in the following rooms: Mr., Calderwood's, Mr. Cuncannon's and
Mr'. Door's sections in West Physics Lecture Room; MrT. McCatiree's and
Mr. 1olc(setosin PRoom n103 Romianc. LLang>uage bunildinip.
COMING EvENT,\-S
/ 1a li Kappa Deklla : All mmtsof the outgnits; '1and incoingt
e~ctv uomte rerqetdto 1meet Gin Professor Wo.' od'fice 'at
3:30) o'clock, Friday afternoon.
Martha Graham, the dancer, will speak to any girls who are inter.-
cst~d in the dance, Friday, June 3, at 9 a.m., in Barbour gymnasiumh'.

Chiago Cops May C
Jobs as Movie Cens
CHICAGO, Junel-(
who are too sick to walk their b
may be given the job of censor
Chicago's movies.
It was Mayor Anton Cermak's i
Out to slash the budget, he
;ested trimming the payroll of
Film Censor Board by puttirz,
work the sick policemen.
"'The board," Mayor Cermak;
today, "pinned an'Adults 0
badge on 'Grand Hiotel,' wl-
didn't have a risque joke. in it,
then let everybody view a picture
Douglas Fairbankzs in. 'Around
World in. Eighty Minutes,' in wY
~the aviators identified Chicago
the sound of. machine-gun fire,'

ColoPi-,d--Fdm Inventor
Kiledin Long Drop
PASA1DENA, Calif., June l... (/1) -'
- Dr. Leonard T1hompson Troland,
noted scientists of Hlarvard Univer-
sity, and famed in the scientific
world as the co-inventor of coloring
processes for motion pictures,- was
killed today in a fall over a 250-
foot cliff on Mount Wilson, 6,000-
foot peak.

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