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February 13, 1934 - Image 2

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___________THE MICHIGAN DAILY

OFFICIAL BULLETINI

Doumerguse Selects Veteran Cabinet To Rule France

-A'ssociated Press Photo
Gaston Donmergue (center), N1year-old r ir-dsgat of miot-fore France, named a cabinet includ-
ing several former premiers in his initial imove to cope wvitii the nationi's crisis. Reading from top to bottomi,
his selections included: Marshal Henri Fetain, minister of war; Etienne Flandin, public works; Edouaril
Herriot, minister of state without portfolio; Albert Sarvaiii, interior; Andre Tardieu, ministcer of state without
portfolio; Pierre Laval, colonies; Louis Earthou, fore ign affairs; Henry Cheron, Justice. Tardieu, lterrriot,
Barthou, Sarraut and Laval are former .premiers.

Wednesday evening in 2225, AH. The
examination in foreign language will
begin at '7 o'clock. The examination
in English at 8 o'clock.
W. G. Rice.
SEnglish 293 (B iliography) : The,
first meeting of the class will be held
en Friday at 8 p. m. in 2235 A.
W. C. Rice.
English 298: Mr. Weaver will meet
the members of his section at 5
o'clock Wednesday, February 14, in
2218 A. H.
English 100: The initial meeting
of the class, 2225 A.H., at 4 o'clock,
Wednesday, Febrwary 14.,
English 212-h (Pro-seminar in the
Renaissance): The first meeting of
the class will be held on Thursday
at 9 a. m. in 2220 A. H.
W. G. Rice.
Candidates for the De ree of M.A.
in English : The reading examina-
tions in French, Germran, Latin will
be given on Wednesday evening at
7 o'clock in 2225 A. H.
L., I. Bredvold.
English 1, section 3, M., W'., F.
10:00 discontinued.
E. A. Walter.
Candidates for the Degree of M.A.
in English: The qualifying examina-
tion for admission to candidacy for
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