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SATURDAY, UNE 1, 1944

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Alumni iews
Group Chosen
Nixon To Head Committee
Of Literary Graduates
A Correspondence Committee, which
will have charge of alumni news
from the members of the 1940 Liter-
ary class has been chosen by Herbert
Lev, senior lit class secretary.
Members of this committee are
Donald Nixon, Ann Arbor, chairman;
Philip Westbrook, Escanaba; Ann
Vicary, Dearborn; Walter Neilson,
Chicago; Shirley Fishman, Cleveland
Heights. Ohio; Anne Hawley, Sala-
manca, N.Y.; Jack Hoover, Fair Oaks,
Pa.; Harold Goldman, Utica, N.Y.;'
Pattic Haislip, Detroit; Jack Luxan,'
Detroit; Ted Spangler, Bryan, Ohio;
Hal Benham, Indianapolis, Ind.; Tom
Tussing, York, Pa.; Norman Schorr,l
Brooklyn, N.Y., and Claire Ford,
Springfield, Mass.1
All 1940 lit school graduates are
requested to send any items of in-1
terest about themselves or their class-
mates to the committee member in
their district, or directly to Lev or
Nixon. The news gathered will be3
published in the Michigan Alumnus
and also in the 1940 News Letter
which will make its appearance an-
nually.

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

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(Continued from page 5)
is: "The Specific Charge of the Pos-
itron." Today, 2:00 p.m., West Coun-
cil Room, Rackham Building. Chair-
man, S. A. Goudsmit.
History 38: Final examination, June
14, 9 a.m., Women students go to
Room B, Haven, men to Room 231
Angell Hall.
History 12: Lecture I. Final ex-
amination, Saturday a.m., June 1.
Students who have examinations in
the morning and afternoon need not
take the English make-up on Satur-
day night, but may take it on Mon-
day p.m., 7-10, in Room 2225 An-
gell Hall. If this involves three ex-
aminations on Monday, please see
Professor Wells of the English De-
partment. Do not miss the History
12 examination because of a conflict
with the special English examina-
tion.
Political Science 1: Mr. Kitchin.
Final Examination Saturday, June 8,
9-12 a.m., Room 103 Romance Lan-
guage.
Political Science 2: Final examin-

ation, Saturday, June 8, 9-12 am.,
Rooms:
Dorr's sections, 1035 A.lI.
Calderwood's sections, 2203 A 1.
French's sections, C Haven.
Kallenbach 's sections, BHve.
Perkins' sections, 25 A.H.
Mathematics Final Fxatninatioms
(College of L.S. and A.) will be held
in the regular classrooms except for
the following, which will be held in
the rooms specified:
Math 2, Section 5 (Craig) 302 South
Wing.
Math 4, Section 2 (Elder) 18 An-
gell Hall.
Math. 4, Section 3 (Anning), 302
Mason Hall.
Math. 52, Section 2 (Greville) 3011{
Angell Hall.
Math. 103, Section 2 (Anning) 306.
Mason Hall.
Math. 120 (Grevillec, 3011 Angell
Hall.
Math. 122 (Greville) 215 Agell Hall.
Math. 123, Section 1 (Carver) 3201
Angell Hall.

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tion sessions (not lectures) for re-
view purposes will be held in 215ac.
p~gs.g hl i 1Engin ReeringR Coun cil Members Listed
on Monday, June 3, at 3 p.m.; Thurs-
day, June e 6, at 7:30 p.m.; Sunday, IJun _ * .....
J .e at 3 D.p

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Anthropology 32 Fintal Exam JuTle
3, 2-5 p.m.: Students whose last
names begin with the letters A-L go
to West Physics Lecture Room, those
from M-Z to 103 Romance Language.
Coming Events
Fellowship of Reconciliation meets
for the last time this school year at
Lane Hall on Monday, June 3, at 7
o'clock. There will be a dicsussion of
organizational plans for next year.
Churches
Vir't Congregational Church: 10:45
a.m. Public worship. Dr. L. A. Parr
will speak on "Life and the Three
Unitarian Church: Commencement
Recess, services during the summer
session under the direction of Rev.
Edwin H. Wilson of Chicago.
St. Andrew's Episcopal Vhvjreh:
Sunday: 8:00 a.m. Holy Communion;r
11:00 a.m. Holy Communion and Ser-
mon by the Rev. Henry Lewis; 11:001

A complete list of members of the tatives of the class of 1942 and Wil- portation Club: William Beebe, '1E,
Engineering Council who have been liam Hiutcherson and Richard Gilliom American Institute of Chemical En-
selected to date and committee ap- represent the freshman class.gier;RbtBshp 4EAm -
pointments for next year were an- re re maining Councl gineeIs; Robert Bishop, '41E, Ameri-
nounced yesterday by Robert Morri- The remaining Council members can Institute of Metallurgical
s 4 rdare selected from the various engin- gineers; Ronald Meschino, '41E,
Class of 1941 delegates are Edward eering organizations on campus. American Society of Mechanical En-
King, vice-president Don Hartwell These include Michael Hindert, '41E, gineers, and Robert Buritz, '41E, Eta
Kinge-pogesindent;riDonHAfredTau Beta Pi; Jack Harwood, '41E, Kappa Nu.
Ge ge Hrtand RMorrson, Afrd Vulcans; Harold Britton, '41E, Amer.- Representatives from the Ameri-
Richard Higgins are the represen- ican Institute of Electrical Engineers; can Society of Civil Engineers, Quar-
----H-i--e-erps--- George Weesner, '41E, of the Technic terdeck and the Society of Automo-
staff, and Robert Summerhays, '42E, tive Engineers have not as yet been
a.m. Junior Church; 11:00 a.m. Pri- of the Arch. selected for the Council. These three
mary Closing Service, Children's Robert Wallace, '42E, represents and the president and treasurer of the
Chapel; 11:00 a.m. Kindergarten, Triangles; Max Anning, '42E, Sigma senior class who will be elected in the
Harris Hall; 7:00 p.m. Student Open Rho Tau; George Grover, '41E, Trans- fall, will complete the organization,
House, Harris Hall. ---
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English 30, Section 3, will meet for
final examination in 16 A.H., Tues-
day, June 4, at 2:00 p.m.
Sociology 51: Final examination
Tuesday, June 4, 2-5 p.m. A-K in-
clusive, 1025 A.H.; L-Z inclusive,
Room B, Haven Hall.
Economics 175: Special consulta-

First Methodist Church: Morning
Worship Service at 10:40 p.m. Ser-
mon by Dr. C. W. Brashares.
Wesley Foundation: Wesleyan Guild
Guild Meeting at 6 p.m. Discussion
on peace followed by a period of fast-
ing. Collection to go toward the pro-
motion of peace,
First Presbyterian Church: 10:45
a.m. "Our Wit's End-And Beyond"
will be the subject of the sermon by
Dr. W. P. Lemon.

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