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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY,

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teresting comments on the work of
some of the contestants. Copies of
these comments may be obtained at
the English Office.
Roy W. Cowden
Social Directors, Chaperons, llouse-
heads, Undergraduate Women: Since
the Judiciary Council ceases to func-
tion with the beginning of examina-
tions, any infraction of the house
rules is to be referred to the office of
the Dean of Women.
Alice C. Lloyd, Dean of Women
Social Directors, Chaperons, House-
heads, Undergraduate Women: Per-
mission to leave Ann Arbor between
examinations must be obtained from
the office of the Dean of Women.
Jeannette Perry,
Asst. Dean of Women
Social Directors, Chaperons, House-
heads, Undergraduate Women: There
shall be no over-night guest in any
approved undergraduate house or
dormitory during the examination
period.
University Bureau of Appoint-
ments: A representative of the Trav-
elers Insurance Co. will be in the of-
fice today to interview men for salary
insurance work. Kindly make ap-
pointments at the Bureau, 201 Mason
Hall, or call Extension 371.
Senior Engineers: Late Commence-
ment Invitations may be had by call-
ing V. D. Johnson, 4295. If not called
for by Tuesday all will be sold at
regular price.
Senior Commencement Invitations:
All Seniors of L.S.&A. who have or-
dered commencement invitations or
announcements and have not re-
ceived them may get them at the fol-
lowing places. Boys may get them
from John Howland at 556 South
State Street. Girls may get them
from Mary Lou Hanel at 1205 Hill
Street. These must be called for by
Tuesday, June 5. Please call for
'them in the afternoons.
Tau Beta Pi: Fall initiates may se-
cure their shingles by calling at the
office of Prof. Walter C. Sadler, Room
1215 E. Eng. Bldg., between 2 and 4
o'clock on Thursday and Friday after-
noons.
All Graduate Students remaining
in town after the examination period
and interested in outdoor activities
are to join with the Graduate Out-
ing Club. Please send your name, ad-
dress, and telephone number to G. P
Brewington, 200 W. Physics, phone
4121-391.
Academic Notices
Final Examination Schedule, Jun
1934: College of Literature, Science
and the Arts; School of Education
z School of Music; School of Fore fy
and Conservation; College of Phar-
macy; School of Business Adminis-
tration; and Graduate School.
Each course in the College of Lit
Y erature, Science, and the Arts and i
the School of Music has been given a
group letter for examination pur.
poses. Many courses appearing in thi
announcement of the Graduat
School carry these group letters also
Group Date of Examination
A Wed. a.m. June 6
B -~Fri. a.m. June 8
C Mon. a.m. June 4
e D Sat. a.m. June 2
E Mon. a.June1
F Mon.p.m. Junel
G Tue. a.m. June 12
H Tue. p.m. June 12
I Fri. p.m. June 8
J Sat. a.m, June 9
s K Tue., p.m. June' 5
e L Sat p.m. June 2
M Wed. p.m. June 6
N Thu. a.m. June 7
O Thu. p.m. June 7
P Tue. a.m. June 5

Q Mon. p.m. June 4
R Sat. p.m. June 9
X Each course in Grout
X may be examined al
any time mutually
agreed upon 'by clas
and instructor.
Other courses not carrying the let-
ters will be examined as follows:
Classes Date of Examination
Mon. at 8 Wed. a.m. June 6
Mon. at 9 Fri. a.m. June 8
Mon. at 10 Mon. a.m. June 4
Mon, at 11 Sat. a.m. June 2
Mon. at 1 Mon. a.m. June 11
Mon. at 2 Mon. p.m. June 11
Mon. at 3 Tue. a.m. June 12
Tue. at 8 Tue. p.m. June 12
Tue. at 9 Fri. p.m. June 8
Tue. at 10 Sat. a.m. June 9
Tue. at 11 Tue. p.m. June 5
Tue. at 1 Sat. p.m. June 2
Tue. at 2 Wed. p.m. June 6
Tue. at 3 Thu. a.m. June 7
Further, the courses listed belov
will be examined as follows:
Education Al Tue. a.m. June 12
Education B20 Thu. a.m. June 7
Education Cl Mon. p.m. June 4
Bus. Adm. 102 Mon. p.m. June 4
Bus. Adm. 122 Tue. a.m. June 5
Bus. Adm. 152 Sat. p.m. June 2
(Please note that Bus. Adm. 122
Jack s

Tue. a.m., June 5, was incorrectly
printed June 4 in May 5 Daily) .
Examination Hours - a.m. 9 to 12;
p.m. 2 to 5: Any class not included
in the above schedule may be exam-
ined at any time on which the in-
structor and the class concerned may4
agree. 1
Each student taking practical work
in music in the School of Music will
be given an individual examination.
All such students should report to
the office of the Director of Music,
and sign up, on blanks now available
there, for a specified examination
period.
Regular class work will continue
until Friday night, June 1.
This notice will appear three times
only, May 6, May 18, and June 1.
Please preserve, as no offprints will
be issued.
Rooms for English I and II Exami-
nation:
English 2
Instructor Room
Abbot .....................35 A.H.
Bader ...................2029 A.H.
Baker ....... Physics Lecture Room'
Boothe ...................1035 A.H.
Everett ...................2203 A.H.
Helm ..........Room C, Haven Hall
Hoag ........... Room C Haven Hall
Hornberger ................229 A.H.
Knode ...................3017 A.H.
Litzenberg ...............2219 A.H.
Morris ...................2231 A.H.
Palmer .....................18 A.H.
Peterson ...... Room B Haven Hall
Proctor ..................1209 A.H.
Rowe .....................225 A.H.
Schenk .......... .......2054 N.S.
Walter................3209 A.H.
Webster ...................215 A.H.
Weimer ................ 3011 A.H.
Wells ....................302 M.H.
Whitehall .................203 U.H.
Williams......Room G Haven Hall
English 1
Bebout......103 Romance Language
Stevens.....103 Romance Language
French: Rooms for General Ex-
aminations, Thursday, June 7, p.m.:

French 1
French 2
French 31
French 32
(morning classes)
French 32
(afternoon
classes)
French 11
French 12
French 41
French 71
Spanish: Room
aminations, Mon
Spanish 1
Spanish 2
Spanish 31
Spanish 32
German Depar

French 111
French 112
French 153
25 Angell Hall
Nat. Sc. Aud.
25 Angell Hall
W. Gal Alum.
Mem. Hall
231 Angell Hall
103 R.L. Bldg.
1025 Angell Hall
ns for General Ex-
day, June 4, p.m.:
103 R.L. Bldg.
W. Gal. Alum.
Mem. Hall
103 R.L. Bldg.
tment final exami-

xamination Wednesday, June 6, 9-
2; Prof. Slosson's quiz sections in
5 Angell Hall, all others in Natural.
Science Auditorium.
Economics 52: Final examination
>n Thursday morning, June 7, will be
iven in the following rooms:
Mr. Horner's sections - 1025 A.H.
Mr. Mott's sections -- 205 M.H.
Mr. Orr's sections - 103 R.L.
Mr. Palmer's sections - 25 A.H.
History 92: Final examination on
Monday, June 11, 2-5; West Physics
Lecture Room.
English 160: Mr. Ian Keith will not
be able to speak this morning in the
class, English 160.
Political Science 2: Final examina-
tion, Monday, June 4, 2:00 p.m. Sec-
tions will meet in rooms designated:
Professor Cuncannon's section 25 A.H.
Dr. Calderwood's sections . ..35 A.H.
Mr. McCaffree's sections .....25 A.H.
Mr. Rohrer's sections .....2003 A.H.
Dr. Dorr's sections .........231 A.H.
Aero. 6-Wind Tunnel Laboratory:
Final examination in this course will
be held at eight o'clock on Thursday,
June 7, in Room 1300 East Engi-
neering Building.
Sociology 238 (Corrected Notice):
Examination in this course will be1
given Tuesday p.m., June 5, in Room
E Haven Hall.
Lectures And Concerts
The Hopwood Lecture this year
will be given by Zona Gale at 4 o'clock
on the afternoon of June 1 in the
Ballroom of the Michigan Union. The
title of the lecture is "Writing as
Design." The lecture will be fol-
lowed by the announcement of the
winners of the Hopwood Awards. Af-
ter the announcement tea will be
served in the lounge on the fourth
floor of the Union for those who wish
to meet the lecturer.
Students' Recital: The following
students of Martha Merkle Lyon, In-
structor in Piano at the School of
Music, will give the following pro-
gram at the School of Music Audi-
torium, Maynard Street, Monday eve-
ning, June 4, at 7:45 o'clock to which
the general public with the exception
of small children is invited:
Duets
The Rabbit ................. Bilbro
The Happy Fisher Boy......Bilbro
Jean and Isabelle Reule
Major and Minor Out
Walking .................. Hulten
The Whip-poor-will .........Dutton
Carolyn Berry
In My Rocking Chair .....Wagness
Little Japanese Dance . . .Richardson
Isabelle Reule
Climbing.............MacLachlan
Banjo Pickanninies. MacLachlan
Richar'd Schneider
The Water Fall..........Bernstein
Mistress Wren............Blake
Marilyn BothMan
The Elf and the Fairy .....Bentley
The Holiday ...............Kantzler
Jean Reule
The Woodnymph's Harp ........Rea
A Scotch Melody .............Virgil
Elinor Porter
The Band .................Wright
C Major on .Parade ............Fox
John A. Fisher
The Cricket and the Bumble
Bee..................Chadwick
Waltz..................Schubert
Birds in the Woods ........ Anthony
Yvonne Rinck
Charles A. Sink, President
Exhibtions
Exhibition Architectural Building:
Part of the work of the Historic
American Buildings Survey in Michi-
gan consisting of drawings and pho-
tographs of Greek Revival buildings
in Michigan is now on view in the
ground floor corridor, open daily 9

to 5 through Saturday, June 2. The
public is cordially invited.
The 5th Annual Exhibition of
Sculpture of the Division of Fine
Arts on display daily at the Michigan
League until June 20.
The Division of Fine Arts and the
Museum of Anthropology announce
an exhibition of the art objects col-
lected by the University of Michigan

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Crosley Radio. Almost new, $12; $25
violin, complete with case $5; $25
Collegiate Fintex blue overcoat, $4.
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Medical Soicty
To Meet JUne

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The Washtenaw County Medical
Society will hold its monthly meeting
Tue.sday, June 5, at the Union, instead
of June 12, Dr. John V. Fopeano, sec-
retary and treasurer, announced yes-
terday.
Featured at the meeting will be a
discussion of the plan worked out by
the State association for providing
medical service to people with incomes
less than $1,500 annually. Addresses
on the subject will be given by Dr.
Henry Luce, speaker of the House of
Delegates, and Dr. Nathan Sinai of
the Medical School, who was director
of the Michigan studies on medical
research, and will be followed by an
* open discussion on the question.
Change in date was necessitated by
a conflict with the American Med-
ical Association Convention which will
-'e held June 11-14 in Cleveland, and
which many members of the county
.roup plan to attend.
Expedition to Tibet and Northern
India; West Gallery, Alumni Memor-
ial Hall; open free daily and Sunday
afternoons.
Coming Events
Acoly-tes (Philosophieal Society):
A picnic will be held at Portage Lake
Thursday evening, June 7. Transpor-
tation will be provided. Cars will
leave University Hall parking lot at
about 4 o'clock. Swimming' and sot
ball. Phone 23865 before Thursday
morning for reservations.

Are Cause O
Tuberculosis
Forsy the Contenids T h a I
High School Competition
Somietimes Responsible
Commenting on a statement by Dr.
Robert H. McCutcheon, medical di-
rector of Pennsylvania State Preven-
torium, that strenious athletic com-
petition in high schools was respon-
sible for 90 per cent of tuberculosis
in students of high school age, Dr.
Warren G. Forsythe, director of the
Health Service, yesterday said that
although the Health Service has
never conducted a survey of incoming
freshmen on the question, he did not
doubt its truth.
"I imagine," Dr. Forsythe . said,
"that those infected and participat-
ing in athletics were underweight
and of thin type. Underweight and
thin young people are more liable
to tuberculosis infection anyway, and
it is a known fact that strenuous
activity is a large contributing factor
to the number of those infected."
Girls of high school age are more
liable to be infected than boys, judg-
ing from the figures available, Dr.
Forsythe stated. Very few people
enter the University with the infec-
tion, and those that do are sent to
sanitariums immediately, the doctor
added, so the Health Service phy-
sicians have never been able to con-
duct any survey on the question.
Results of intercollegiate compe-
tition on tuberculosis potentials are
not known at the University, Dr.
Forsythe continued. "However," he
concluded, "intercollegiate competi-
tion on the part of individuals not
in the pink of condition would lead
to serious consequences, tuberculosis
among them."
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nations: German 1, 2, 31, 32. Final
Examination, June 9, p.m.:
Mr. Wild's, Mr. Willey's, Mr. Rei-
chart's sections - Natural Science
Auditorium.
Mr. Diamond's sections -1025 An-
gell Hall.
Mr. Eaton's, Mr. Graf's sections-
25 Angell Hall.
Mr. Gaiss' sections - C Haven Hall.
Mr. VanDuren's sections -B Ha-
ven Hall.
Political Science 108: Final ex-
amination, Monday, June 4, 2:00 p.m.,
Rooms 1025 and 1035 A.H.
Political Science 92: Final exami-
nation, Tuesday, June 5, 2:00 p.m.,
Room 25 A.H.
Psychology 34: Final Examination.
A --M Room 231A.H.
N - Z Room 103 R.L.-
Psychology 42: Final Examination.
A - L Room 1025 A.H.
M - Z Room C4 Haven Hall.
College of Literature, Science, and
the Arts: The final examination in
Mathematics 2, 3, 4, 7 will take place
Tuesday,:,June 5, 9 a.m., according to
the following schedule:
Sections taught by-

...

Anning........
Craig ......... .
Copeland......
Elder ..... ...
Hopkins......
Karpinski,......
Poor ...........
Raiford........ . .

..231 A.H.
........231 A.H.
.2003*A.H.
. . . ..35 A.H.
.1035 A.H.
.......1035 A.H.
.2003 A.H.
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