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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, JUNE 1,

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sent to the Recorder's Office, where
their semester's credits will be held up
[AL BULLETIN until such time as said records are
cleared, in compliance with the regu-
uetive notice to al members of laton of the Regents.
o. of the Asaistnt to the S. W. McAllister,
Associate Librarian
School of Forestry: All classes. S o c I a 1 Directors, Chaperones,
Tuesday, June 11, at 5 p.m. Ioaseheads, Undergraduate Women:
School of Music: All classes. Tues- There shall be no overnight guest in
day, June 11, at 5 p.m. any approved undegraduate house or
College of Pharmacy: All classes. dormitory during the examination
Tuesday, June 11, at 5 p.m. period.
School of Dentistry: Freshmen
Class: Thursday, June 6, at 5 p.m.; S o c i a l Directors, Chaperones,
junior class: Tuesday, June 4, at 11 Househeads, Undergraduate Women:
a.m.; senior class: Tuesday, June 4, Regular house rules will be in force
at 4 p.m.; hygienists: Tuesday, June during the examination period and as
4, at 11 a.m. long as any students remain in resi-
Law School: All classes. Thursday, dence'
June 6, at 11:30 a.m.W
Medical School: Freshman Class: Women students, except seniors, are
Saturday, June 8, at 5 p.m.; sopho- expected to leave as soon as their last
more class: Monday, June 3, at 54 examination has been taken. Any
p.m.; junior class: Monday, June 3, student wishing to remain longer
at 5p.m.; senior class: Monday, June han the day following her last exam-
3, at 5 p.m. ination is requested to secure permis-
Graduate School: All classes. Tues- sion at the office of the Dean of
day, June 11, at 5 p.m. Candidates Women.
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ler to receive permission to register.
I'he instructors will be found in the
follo wing offices :
1. P. E. James, courses in geogra-
phy, 11 Angell Hall.
2. I. D. Scott, courses in physiogra-
phy, 4055 Nat. Sci.
3. G. M. Ehlers, courses in strati-
graphical geology, 1535 Museum.
Students registered for the courses
are requested to see the instructors in
charge of their courses for further in-
formation.
The Sixth Session of the Alumni
will be held June 17 to 22 inclusive.
The opening lectures will be given on
the afternoon of June 17, Commence-
ment Day, and will end at noon on
Saturday, June 22. The general topic
of the whole session is "The World
Today." Enrollment for the whole
week is ten dollars, payable to the
Cashier of the University.
The Alumni University is open to all
graduates of the University, hus-
bands, wives, and friends.
The members of the faculty and the
subjects of their courses are as fol-
lows:
Professor Arthur S. Aiton. Mon.,
Tues., Thurs., Fri., at 3 p.m.
Current Problems in Hispanic Amer-
ica:
The Heritage from the Past
Presidential Despotism
War and Depression
World Relations
Professor Carl E. Guthe, Wed. at 9,
Thurs. at 10:30, Fri. at 9.
North American Archaeology:
The Origin of the American
Indian
The Cliff Dwellers - Their An-
tecedents and Descendants
The Builders of Mounds

Classified Direetory
NOTICE WANTED
TYPING: Theses and outlines; done WANTED: MEN'S OLD AND NEW
by expert; reasonable prices. Rhoda suits. Will pay 3. 4. 5, 6 and 7 dol-
Gansle. 325 Catherine. Phone lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
9574. 215 cago Buyers. 200 North Main 7x
FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES J ATTENTION! College men wanted
Call the Kempf Music Studios for for summer employment. Men se-
artistic piano tuning. Terms rea- , lected earn from $25 to $35 per
sonable. Phone 6326. 14x week. Write E. A. Blowers, Mich-
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During exams when you
feel tired and worn out,
take a tip from us, and
drop over at the Pilgrim
Shop, for that refreshing
snack. We are convenient-
ly located, next to the
Michigan Theater, and the
atmosphere will please you.
BOOTHS - - TABLES
PILGRIM
Michigan Theatre Building
533 East Liberty Street

or masters vegree : a uesUa.y, ijune
11, at 5 p.m.; candidates for Doctors'
Degrees, Saturday, June 1, at 5 p.m.
W. B. Rea

S o c i a 1 Directors, Chaperones,k
Hauseheads, Undergraduate Women:
Since the Judiciary Council ceasesC
to function with the beginning of ex-
amination, any infraction of the
house rules is to be referred to the
office of the Dean of Women immedi-
ately by the Director or Househead.
University Women: The lists of ap-
proved Sunimer Session residences for
women students are now available
at the Office of the Dean of Women.
Coat Lockers in the Chemistry
Building: All locks and material must
be removed from the lockers in the
halls of the Chemistry Building byI
June 8. R. J. Carney.
Vars"y Band: Men not listed for
commencement band turn in your un-
ifcrms, Monday 2-5; Tuesday 2-5 or1
phone the Manager.
Contemporary: Manuscripts may
be called for at the office of Contem-
pory, Student Publications Building
any day next week from 5:00 to 6:00
p. m.
Faculty, School of Education: The
last regular Faculty meeting for the
academic year will be held at the
Michigan Union at twelve o'clock on
Monday, June 3.
University Bureau of Appointments
and Occupational Information has
information regarding placement for
women graduates living in or near
Chicago, which should be of interest
to all our graduates in this group.
Kindly see Miss Webber at the Bu-
reau, 201 Mason Hall, for this infor-
mation.
University Bureau of Appointments
and Occupational Information: All
students registered with the Bureau
are reminded to come to the office
before leaving the campus to check
up on their records, and to leave their
SUMMER ADDRESSES. This is es-
sential in order for the Bureau to be
of any assistance to applicants.
Men Students: Anyone interested in
being a camp counsellor without sal-
ary-only maintenance-near Jack-
son Michigan, call at the Bureau of
Appointments, 201 Mason Hall, for
further information. Office hours:
9'00-12:00, and 2:00-4:00.
Bureau of Appointments.
Registration For Summer Field
Courses in Geology and Geography:
Students planning to elect the field
courses in geology and geography
given during the Summer Session at
Mill Springs, Kentucky, should con-
sult the instructors in charge of these
courses within the next week in or-

EXPERT TYPING of theses; correc-
tions made; rates reasonable. Call
5074 during noon hour or after 8
p.m. 1710 Geddes. 244
- -
1 YPEWRITING and MIMEO-
GRAPHING promptly and neatly
done in our own shop by experi-
enced operators at moderate rates.
O. D. Morrill's Typewriter and Sta-
tionary Store. 314 S. State Street.
11x
NEW AND USED CARS
A.M.S. Inc. 311 W. Huron
Phone 2-3267
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LAUNDRY
STUDENT Hand Laundry. Prices rea-
sonable. Free delivery. Phone 3006
LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price. 4x
FOR RENT
FURNISHED summer cottage on is-
land near Sault Ste. Marie on
steamboat channel. 3 bedrooms,
bath living room, kitchen. Running

igan union for appointment, Fri-
day, June 7. 272
WANTED: Assistant driver on trip
west to British Columbia about
middle of June. Phone 2-1786.
271

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water, electricity, daily deliveries
fessor Max S. Handman, Tues., from town. $150 for season. H.
ed., Thurs., Fri., Sat., at 9. Scranton, 8344. 264
[ ew Deal in Economics:______
The Economic Scene: 1925- FURNISHED apartment and double
1933 rooms with running water for sum-
Agriculture, The Farm Board, mer school. Also garage. Dial 8544.
and the A.A.A. 422 E.Washington. 266I
Industry and Labor under the ----_
NRA A SUITE and two single rooms, well-
Relief and Security furnished, for rent to older girls.
An AppraisaleSoft water and shower. 532 Thomp-
An AppraisalCU

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Sessions begin July 16 . . . field travel period ends August 25.
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Professor Paul Mueschke, Tues.,
Wed., at 3.
Aspects of Modern Literature:
Recent Trends in Shakespear-
ean Criticism
Recent Novels of the South
The Drama of the Masses
Professor DeWitt H. Parker, Mon.,
Wed., Fri., at 3.
The Philosophy of Modern Art:
Historical and Theoretical In-
troduction
Modern Painting (illustrated)
Modern Sculpture (illustrated)
Professor Walter B. Pillsbury, Mon.,
Wed., Fri., at 1:30.
New Developments in Psychology:
Recent Contributions to the
Theory a n d Practice of
Learning
Personality and Body Type
The Psychology of Peoples as
Illustrated in the World To-
day
Professor Jesse S. Reeves, Tues.,
Wed. Thurs., at 1:30.
Our Changing Responsibilities in the
Pacific:
As to the Philippines
As to Jaian and China
As to Sea Power in the Pacific
Professor Roy W. Sellars, Tues.,
Weds., Fri., Sat., at 10:30.
Science in the Modern World:
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son. 2-1405. L68
FOR SALE
33 FORD V-8 Tudor sedan in good
condition. Low price. Apply 437
Hamilton. Telephone 2-1336.
270
PORTABLE STANDARD typewriter.
Good condition. Remington. French
accents. Corona, elite type. Also
1929 Ford tudor. Excellent con-
dition. One cap and gown. Call
Cassidy, 548 Thompson at meal-
time. 265
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Max's Elgin wrist watch. Will
finder please call Hertrich at 4618.
Reward. 261
-- ENDS TONIGHT
"Rocky Mountain
Mystery"
- Sunday - Monday - Tuesday -
SHIRLEY TEMPLE
"LITTLE COLONEL"
"STERLING'S RIVAL ROMEO"
Comedy
"BUDDY'S THEATRE" Cartoon

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Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre

WEEK OPENING MONDAY AT 8:15
MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY - Also JUNE 11
"Even Better than 'Meet My Sister'"
* Walter SLEZAK * SOREL & VILAN
*The ROCKY TWINS * Romney BRENT

* Imogene COCA
* Ilka CHASE
* Nina TARASOVA

* Jessie Royce Landis
* Helen GRAY
* Leonard SILLMAN

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-what's left of your school term
budget will take you home
by G R EYHOUN D
Y OU needn't hock your faithful ticker to buy a ticket
home. The remnants of your school-term budget;will
pay your fare by Greyhound.
Frequent departures enable you to leave almost any time
you like. As you roll along springtime highways, Nature's
clean, fresh air will banish the last dull headache of final
exams and put-you in the proper mood for a real vacation.
SUMMER VACATION TRIPS
Every popular vacation spot, major scenic area, and large
city in America is served by Greyhound, either direct or in
cooperation with short connecting lines. Vacations by
Greyhound cost less and offer more than by any other first-
class travel method. Ask your Greyhound agent for details.

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