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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Membes d the Summer Session;
Faculties: Blanks for the FacultyE
Diiectory and request cards for the
Summer Michigan Daily will be sent
by campus mail next week to all
members of the Summer Session
staff. Their prompt return will be
greatly appreciated.
The Summer Daily will be deliver-
ed gratisodly to those members of
the Summer Session faculty who will
fill out the request cards.
Faculty, College of Literature, Sci-
ence, and the Arts: It is requested
by the Administrative Board that all
Instructors who make reports of In-
complete or Absent from Examina-.
tion give also information showing
the character of that part of the
work which has been completed. This
may be done by the use of the sym-
bols, I (A), X(B), etc.
Biological Station: Space remains
for a few qualified men and women
students. Courses give full credit to-
ward degrees. For full information,
see the Biological Station Announce-
ment which may be had at the Office
of the Summer Session, at the Office
of the Zoology Department, 3089 Na-
tural Science Building, or of the Di-
rector. Applications may be made to
Dr. A. H. Stockard, Secretary, 2119
IKatural Science Building or to George
R. La Rue, Director, 1119 Natural
Science Building.
R. b. T. C. graduates receiving
conmissions and certificates are re-
minded to report at 11:00 a. in., R.
0. T. C. Headquarters, today for the
purpose of taking the Oath.
Hopwood Contest: All students
desiring their copies of MSS entered
in the Hlopwood Contest may call at
the English Office this morning.
Senior Engineers: Your drawing 1,
2 and 3 plates will be destroyed after
June 10 if not called for. If you do
not wish to keep them please notify
the Drawing Department, Room 412,
W. Eng. Bldg. Phone 620.
S e n i o r. Mechanical Engineers:
Your M. E. group picture is avail-
able in Room 221 to those who paid
for it.
ACADEMIC NOTICES
German 1, 2, 31, 32, room assign-
mients:
1025 A.H., sections of Messrs. Wil-
ley, Diamond, and Graf.
231 A.H., sections of Messrs. Gaiss
and Wild.
2003 A.H., sections of Messrs. Van
Duren and Stillman.
2023 A.H., sections of Messrs. Rei-
chart and Eton.
35 A.H., sections of Messrs. Van
de Luyster and Stearns.
Room Assignments for the Exam-
ination in Spanish (Group Q); June
6, p. m.
Course Room
1,31, 32 ..................103 R.L.
2 ....... Natural Science Auditorium
Room Assignments for the Exam-
iniation in French (Group 0); June
5, a. in.:
Course Room
1, 31 ......................103 R.L.
2,-.....West Gal. Alumni Mem. Hall
32...... Natural Science Auditorium
11, 12, 41, 71........1025 Angell Hall
111, 112, 153..........West Physics
Lecture Hall
Room Schedule for the Examina-
tion in English I and English II, Fri-
day, June 9,'2 p. m.
231 A.H. Bebout, Curtis, Everett,
and Hoag.
225 A.H. Nelson.
229 A.H. Peterson.
2219 A.H. Proctor.
2023 A.H. Helm.

2003 A.H. Litzenberg and Morris.1
1209 A.H. Reed.
3209 A.H. Walter.
103 R.L. Baker and Binkley.
205 M.H. K n o d e, Hornberger,
Hungerford, and Pal-
s ier..
W e s t Physics Lecture Room-

amination will be held Tuesday aft-
ernoon:
Mr. Calderwood's sections in West
Physics Lecture Room.
Mr. Cuncannon's sections in Room
25 A.H.
Mr. Dorr's section in Room 25 A.H.
Mr. McCafrrec's sections in Room
35 A.H.
Political Science 52 (Mr. Calder-
wood's section) : The final examina-
tion will be held Tuesday afternoon,
June 6, in the West Physics Lecture
Room.
Psyhology 34 Final Examination:
Students with initials A through J
report to Room 35 A.H.; with initials
K through Z, to Room 231 A.H.
Psychology 42 Final Examinaion:
Students With initials A through J
report to West Physics Lecture
Room; with initials K through Z,
to Newberry Aud.
CONCERTS
Student's Recital: Achilles Talia-
ferro, Organist, will give the follow-
ing progran, Thursday, June 8, at
4:15 o'clock, to which the general
public with the exception of small'
children is invited: Bach: Fugue in
D major; Bach: Adagio (Sonata 3);
Bach: Fugue a la Gigue; Vierne:
Adagio (Symphony 3); Franck:
Piece Heroique; Karg-Elert: By the
Waters of Babylon; Karg-lert: Le-
tend of the Mountain; Guilmant:
Pastorale (Sonata 1); Mulct: Toc-
cata: Thou Art the Rock.
Organ Recital: Elinor Wortley and
Frances Loucks, will give the follow-
ing program in Hill Auditorium,
Tuesday afternoon, June 6, at 4:15
o'clock to which the general public
with the exception of small children
is invited:
Bach: Toccata in D minor (Doric);
Widor: Adagio (Symphony VI);
Franck: Chorale in A minor; Rhein-
berger: Vision (Eleanor Wortley);
Bach: Prelude and Fugue in C;
Bach: Chorale: "Jesu, Joy of Man's
desiring;" Guilmant: Adagio (Son-
ata V); Guilmant: Allegro Appas-
sionata (S o n a t a V) (Frances
Loucks).
COMING EVENTS
Junior Research Club: Dr. W. W.
Bishop-"The Development of Re-
search Libraries in the United
States." Annual Dinner at 6:15 p. m.
Tuesday, June 6, at the Union.
Russian Student Club: Meeting
Sunday, June 4, at 7 p. m. Michigan
Union. Election of summer represen-
tative.
Wesley H a l1: Sunday. Senior
Meeting at "The Meadows." Speaker
--Ralph Johnson, Alice Merrick,
John Brackett, Bill Corson, Chair-
man. Bob Hayes, Devotions. Cars
leave hall at 5:30 p. in. Sunday
classes with "Doe" Blakeman at 9:30
a. m.
First Methodist Church: At 10:45
Sunda,y Dr. Morrison of Chicago will
speak on "THE CRISIS IN CHRIS-
TIANITY."
St. Andrew's Church: Services ,of
worship Sunday are: 8:00 a. in. The
Holy Communion, 9:30 a. in. Church
School, 11:00 a. in. Kindergarten,
11:00 a. in. The Holy Communion
and sermon by the Reverend Henry
Lewis. United Church School Re-
view 4:00 p. in., Hill Auditorium.
Lutheran students are urged to be
present at the Zion Parish Hall
sometime between 3 and 5 o'clock,

Sunday evening, that they may show
their appreciation to the ladies who
have cooked the meals for the past
year. There will be no regular meet-
ing or supper at this time, but tea
will be served.
- ~ ~ - - - -- - -

Schenk, Stevens, Webster,
and M. Williams.
Morris Hall-Abbot.

Weimer,

WUER TI' ICHIGAN
Today Only Doug. Fairbanks, Jr.
"PARACHUTE JUMPER"
sunday ana MondayTo gh
"THE THREE BARRYMORES"T g
"RASPUTIN and THE EMPRESS"

Political Science 2: The final ex-
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Impudently daring,...
recklessly exciting . .. that naughty,
saucy Theatre Guild play -
"REUNION
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with
JOAN BARRYMO
and
DIANA WYNYARD

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