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THE M l HIG AN DAILY

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FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1940 degree or certificate may not be control exercised. This is neither a
VOL L. No. 153 awarded until next fall. mere arbitrary regulation nor an at- 7
If you have not already done so, tempt to meddle with anyone's per- 9
Notices candidates for degrees or certificates sonal habits It is established and 10
may fill out cards at once at office enforced solely with the purpose of
Note to Seniors, June Graduates, of the secretary or recorder of their preventing fires. In the last seven 11
and: Graduate Students: Please file own school or college (students en- years, 30 of the total of 80 fires re- 12
application for degrees or any special rolled in the College of Literature, ported, or 37 per cent, were caused by 2
certificates (i.e. Geology Certificate, Science, and the Arts, College of cigarettes or lighted matches. To be 3
Journalism Certificate, etc.) at once Architecture and Design, School of effective, the rule must necessarily
if you expect to receive a degree or Music, School of Education, and apply to bringing lighted tobacco in-
ertificate at Commencement in School of Forestry and Conservation, to or through University buildings 7
une. We cannot guarantee that the please note that application blanks and to lighting of Cigars, cigarettes,
University will confer a degree or cer- may be obtained and filed in the and pipes within buildings-includ-
tificate at Commencement upon any Registrar's Office, Room 4, Univer- ng such lighting just previous to go- 1
student who fails to file such applica- sity Hall). All applications for the ing outdoors. Within the last few 1
-!ion -before the close of business on Teacher's Certificate should be made years a serious fire was started at the 12
Wednesday, May 15. If application at the office of the School of Educa- exit from the Pharmacology building 2
is received later than May 15, your tion. by the throwing of a still lighted 3
Please do not delay until the last match into refuse waiting removal at
day, as more than 2,500 diplomas the doorway. If the rule is to be en-
.~ and certificates must be lettered, forced at all, its enforcement must
signed, and sealed and we shall be begin at the building entrance. Fur- 9
greatly helped in this work by the ther, it is impossible that the rule 1
shilariously early filing of applications and the should be enforced with one class of 1
resulting longer period for prepara- ipersons if another class of persons 1
merry play about the gayes/ of tion. --Shirley W. Smith disregards it. It is a disagreeable 2
marital errhixIIIPs. and thankless task to "enforce" al-
Smoking in University Buildings: most any rule. This rule against the
Attention is called to the general rule use of tobacco within buildings is per-
that smoking is prohibited in Univer- haps the most thankless and difficult
sity buildings except in private of- of all, unless it has the willing sup-
ttC MEI fices and assigned smoking rooms port of everyone concerned. An ap- 1
THE@ where precautions can be taken and peal is made to all persons using the 1
>. _ ____ _.University buildings-staff members, 1
~sIIstudents and others to contribute1
- N individual cooperation to this effort
M IC -I ~to protect University bildings against 3
v M CHIGAN fir"e".
nowThis statement is inserted at the
-Wplrequest of the Conference of Deans. 4
But such a Shirley W. Smith. 9
gay one that II10
tally a ~I UII
W'ESLEY RUGLES'crimif3yoTo the Members of the University 1
miss.seeigi 1 Senate: There will be a meeting of 1
A FFA I the University Senate on Monday, 2
May 20, at 4:15 p.m. in the Rack- 3
presented by ham Lecture Hall.
ii' Ji A IRR THE MCHIGAN DAILY Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary
Fr IA iJftAY * Melvy DONA FRIDAY MATINEE To the Members of the Faculty of
at 4 o'clock. the College of Literature, Science, 1
This afternoon Matinee and the Arts: The seventh regular 1
starts at 2 P.M. NO ADMISSION meeting of the Faculty of the College 1
of Literature, Science, and the Arts 2
Fe r 2:30 CAST OF 32 for the academic session of 1939-1940
FeatureatCAMPUS MODELS will be held in Room 1025 Angell
Hall, Monday, May 6, at 4:10 p.m.
ONLY ONE SHOW and The reports of the several com-
Jack Silcott, Jack Reed, mittees, instead of being read orally f
Adults 25c at the meeting, have been prepared 1
in advance and are included with 1
Free ad mission to Style Show Songs by , this call to the meeting. They should 1
which follows. No free admit- Annabel Van Winkle be retained in your files as part of -
wh nilos.lok.reead- BILLGAILSthe minutes of the May meeting.
taicc until 4 o'clock. Free ad- BILL GAIL'S OR(CH ESTRA Edward H. Kraus
mittance does not include regu- AGENDA:
1. Considera~tion of the minutes of r
tar show. Come early to obtain See the two o'clock movie the meeting of April 1, 1940 (pp.
seats and se complete show to be sure of good sets. 626-629), which were distributed by 1
at 25c. campus mail.
2. Consideration of the reports sub- 1
~_(Continued on rage 4)
SHOWS AT 2-4-7-9 P. M
MATINEES 25c -- EVES. 35c
Starting Today! I
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3:00- 4:00
7:45- 9:00
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7:45- 9:00
9:00-10:00
0:00-11:00
1:00-12:30
2:30- 2:00
2:00- 3:00
3:00- 4:00

Lois Shapiro, Don Smith
Wilma Cope, Chan Pinney
Dw othy Primeau, Bob Samuels
Gladys Barker, Alice Ann Lord
Jean Tibbitts, Jack Gracey
Katherine Macivor, Al Conrath
Marian Szold, Jack Grady
KRESGE'S
Jane Jfwitt, Michael H. Berman
Ann Hawley, Jake Beers
Jean Van Raalte. Jane Elpass
Thrriet Levy, Ira Katz
Barbara Bassett. Bill Irwin
Barbara Backus, John Ogle
Enora Ferris, Ted McOmber
ENTRANCE TO ARCADE
Doris Ann Hendricks, Dick Cauley
Ruth Barry, Ed Barrett
Mary Fran Reek, Art Skeats
Elaine Fisher, N. B. Klibe
Edith Longyear, Bob Bush
Betty Evans, Bob Matthews
Sue Adams, Dan Huyett
NORTH END OF DIAGONAL
Olga Gruhzit, Chuck Barrett
Bill Barringer, Charlotte Noble
Lupy Landsberg, Hazel Halpin
Bill Angst, Helen Campbell
Stan Conrad, Patty Main
Walter J. Clement, Jane Guinnane
'Dan Shaw, June Frederick
NORTH ENTRANCE ANGELL HALL
Lon Londy, Fordyce Hartman
Gerald Middy, Tom Aye
Stewart Gildart, Ted Leibovitz
J. Hoover, Phil Westbrook
Willard Garvery, Bob Trowbridge
Gordon Laing, Calvin Chamberlain
Gordon Andrew, Dan Rosenkoff

Fresh Air Camp Tag Day Volunteers
Pirst salesmen are to report by 7:40 a.m. today to 104 W. Engineer-
g Building to pick up tags and cans. All volunteers are to stay at
eir posts until relieved. Those going off at five are asked to take cans
d tags hack to Room 104,. which will be the headquarters for the
llections.
NATURAL SCIENCE OR CHEM MALL

7:45- 9:00
9:00-10:00
10:00-11:00
11:00-12:30
12:30- 2:00
2:00- 3:00
3:00- 4:00
7:45- 9:00
9:00-10:00
10 -00-11:00
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3:00- 4:00
7:45- 9:00
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3:00- 4:00
7:45- 9:00
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3:00- 4:00
7:15- 9:00
9:00-10:00
10:00-11:00
11:00-12:30
12:30- 2:00
2:00- 3:00
3:00- 4:00

DIAGONAL AT CORNER OF GYM
Norene Jadwin, Ben Thorward
Doris Vynn, Don Pierce
Mary Ann McCoy, Winston H. Cox
Margaret Haffer, Milton Heller
Jeanne Brown, Ray Parvell
Jroan Baker, Arnold White
Mary Hayes. Jack Callouette
TAPPAN AND SOUTH UNIVERSITY
Ginny Ward. Dick Schoel
Mary Jane Phelps, Bill Ager
Jean Mary Corbay, Phil Clapp
Mary Dick Holcomb, Da'Ve Sutherland
Marcia Diamond, Helen Brown
Carrie Wisner, Pedo Ortmayer
,Jane Dunbar, Bill Ager
FRONT OF ECONOMICS BUILDING
Eleanor Williams, Jerry Hewitt
Marge Cermak, John Aldrich
Bctty Armstrong, Bill Langford
Janet Sargent, Chuck Boynton
Carole Kleiner, Charlotte Frazee
Jean Angel, Rae Gustafson
Janet Mercer, Judy Prank
EAST ENGINEERING BUILDING
Ellen Redner, Francis Weiser
Virginia Brereton, Ruth Davis
Sally Walsh, Anna Jean Williams
Marge Risk, Maryan Petersen
Edna Kerney, Fran Norfleet
IHarriet Shoecraft, Pat MacFarland
Peg MacDermot, Anita Newblatt
FRONT STEPS ANGELL HALL
Wally Nielson, Ed Hutchins, Ginny Ward, Quina Sprick
'red Spangler, Gus Dannemiller, Sarajean Hauke, Mary
Jean Kenny
John Gilder, Bill Canfield, Doris Kimball, Joan Alch
Dennis Flanagan, Phil Balyeat, Ruth Hatfield, Pauline
Fagan, Jim Allen
Len Riess, Bob Johnson, Genevieve Spurgeon,. Francis
Nevin
Edward Mack, John Goodell, Ruth Mast, Winnie Mac-
Allister
Dick Humphreys, Jim Halligan, Elizabeth Clift, Marjorie
Marjorie Pabst

4

WEST PHYSICS BUILDING (West Lecture Entrance)

UNION FRONT STEPS
Annabelle Dredge, Virginia Alfvin
Jane Sapp, Zenonia Skoratho
Beth Castor, Betty Lyman
Margery Allison, Marjorie Mullin
Janet Cottrell, Mildred DeLee
Betty-Lou Witters, Laya Wainger
Charlotte Kinney, Kathleen Smith
HUTCHENS HALL
Jane O'Brien, Doris McGlone
Virginia Kielholtz, Jean Benham
Mary Honecker, Barbara Foote
Adelaide Carter, Virginia La Rue
Tommy McLaughlin, Betty Bundrette
Richarda Neuberg, Kay McIver
D. Tyrell, Virginia Davis

7:45- 9:00
9:00-10:00
10:00-11:00
11:00-12:30
12:30. 2:00
2:00- 3:00
3:00- 4:00
7:45- 9:00
9:00-10:00
10:00-11:00
11:00-12:30
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2:00- 3:00
3:00- 4:00

Jean Linsey, Jack Harwood
Fay Kilburn, Dick Fletcher
Janet Unruh, Lew Peterson
Pat Paterson, Eugene Fairbanks
MarianFerguson, Bert Ludy
Jean Crump, Verne Kennedy
Pat Saxton, Don Badeon
SOUTH ENTRANCE OF LEAGUE
Jim Rossman, Robert Ulrich
Bill Slocum, Dick Strain
Warren Solovich, E. T. Carroll

Doug Gould, Dick
Scherling
Carl Rohrbach, Bill
Palmer
Harold Singer, Gott-
lieb
Jim Edmunds, Bill
Prentice

7:45- 9:00
9:00-10:00
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9:00-10:00

ARCHITECTURAL MALL
Ruth Chatard
Marjorie Bowen
Francis Carlyle
Meribah Ashdowne
Ann McCarthy
Doris Morris
Roberta Ferguson
CANDY BOOTH, UNIVERSITY HALL
Dottie Guston, George Weesner
Jane Baits, Tom Cooke
Marie McCabe, Tom Goodkind
Dorothy Morton, John Zubon
Miriam Westerman, Seymour Shafer
Virginia Fulford, Bruce Randall
Jean Hendran, Ben Douglas
ALUMNI MEMORIAL HALL
Dagmar Auerbach, J. Drake, George Hamburger, Dave Panarr
Eleanor Donahue, 6

ROMANCE LANGUAGES
7:45- 9:00 Jack Gracey, Mil-
dred Williams
9:00-10:00 Don Rivette, Norma
Vint
(Continued on Page 6)
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2:30- 2:00 Margaret Wright,
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2:00- 3 :00 Betty Baldwin, Clitis
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