THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Tues. at 3 Wed. P. M. June 7 Economics 52: Rooms for Final
Further, the courses listed below Examination:
will be examined as follows: 1025 A.H.-Messrs. Hoad and Bur-
Education A-1, Wednesday P. M., roughs.
June 7. 205 M.H.--Messrs. Devol and Lamb.
Education B-20, Mondlay J. M., 103 R.L.-Mr. Palmer.
Education C-1, Saturday A. M., Political Science 108: The final
June 10. examination will be held in 1025 A.H.
Business Administration 102, Wed-. ______
nesday A. M., June 7.I
Business Administration 122, Tues- Chemistry 43a: The final exam-
day P. M., June 6. ination will be held Wednesday a. m.,
Business Administration 152, Mon- June 7, Room 464 Chemistry Build-
day P. M., June 5. ing.
Business Administration 162, Sat-
urday A. M., June 10. Aero. 6-WIND TUNNEL LABOR-
Business Administration 202, Mon- TORY: Will all students enrolled
day A. M., June 5. in this course kindly leave a copy of
EXAMINATION HOURS-A. M., 9 their schedules for the final exam-;
to 12; P. M., 2 to 5. ination period in Professor Thomp-
Any class not included in the son's office, B-302 East Engineering'
above schedule may be examined at Building, before Friday, June 2?
any time on which the instructor The time and place for the final
and the class concerned may agree. examination in this course will be
Each student taking practical work announced shortly thereafter.
in music in the School of Music will
be given an individual examination.;
All such students should report to Sociology 51: Sociology 51 exam-
!Music ination will be held Wednesday,
the office of the Director of Msc June 7, at 9 o'clock. Miss Cameron's
and sign up, on blanks now available Jnd Professor Holme's students in
there, for a specified examination 1A ..;ressr sH le rstadns bn
period.1025 A.; M essrs. Fuller's and Rob-
period. ertson's in 25 Al-H.
Regular class work will continue
until Friday night, June 2.
I ~.. LECTURE
ture room. Dr. A. D. Maxwell will
review a study of a southern double
star system by Bernhard H. Dawson.
Tea will be served at 3:45.
A.I.Ch.E. meeting today. Election
of officers will be held at this meet-
Michigan Union tryouts: Meeting
at 4 p. m., at the Union Student of-
Avukah Workers: Final meeting
at the Hillel Foundation 7:30 p. m.
All funds and tickets must be turned
Angell Hall Observatory: The pub-
lic is invited to visit the Angell Hall
Observatory from 8:00 to 10:00 on
Friday evening, June 2, to observe
the moon. Children must be accom-
panied by adults.
Symphony Orchestra Notice: Full
rehearsal Friday, June 2, at 3:00
There Is No
ings and Walls Washed
tings - Floor Waxing
ervice and Courtesy
Marchese Phone 9860
University Lecture: Max Eastman, S
literary critic and author, will de- A.G.I
liver the annual Hopwood Awards
Lecture in the ballroom of the Mich-
igan Union at 4:15 p. m., Thursday,
June 1. At this time the announce-
ment of the winner of Hopwood
Awards for 1932-33 will be made.
Architectural Exhibition: A col-
lection of water color and pencil
drawings of European architectural
and landscape subjects, by Professor
Roger Bailey, is now on exhibition
in the Architectural Building. Open,
daily 9 to 5, excepting Sundays, un-
til further notice.
Observatory Journal Club will F RA N
meet at 4:15 in the Observatory lec-
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