THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY.-JUNE t, 1940
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CONTRACT RATES ON REQUEST
Our want-Advisor will be de,,
lighted to assist you in composing
your ad. Dial 23-24-1 or stop at
the Michigan Daily Business Office,
420 Maynard Street.
TYPING-L. M. Heywood, 414 May-
nard St., Phone 5689. 374
TYPING--Experienced. Miss Allen,
408 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 2-2935 or
WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL -
Driveway gravel, washed pebbles.
Killins Gravel Company. Phone
EXPERIENCED COOK: White wo-
man; A-1 references; keeps within
budget; wants connection with
fraternity or sorority. Box 222.
SUMMER STUDENT with car to
work for room in faculty home
outside city limits. Phone 2-3844.
WANTED: An English style bicycle;
light weight, narrow' tires. Call
or write 420 Chicago House.
WANTED: One passenger to Seattle
leaving around June 15. Call Glen;
WANTED: Passengers to New York
City and vicinity leaving either
around June 8th or June 15th.
Call Dick Wetherston at 6674.
WANTED: Passenger to help with
driving to Great Falls, Montana,
or points enroute; leaving June
12th. Edith L. Hoyle, Teacher,
University High School. Phone
9570, Sat. and Sun. evenings. 467
STRAYED, LOST, FOUND-1I
LOST: A small U. of M. pin, dia-
mond shaped with a pearl in each
corner. Special keepsake. Reward
for return. Call 379 Jordan Hall.
ANXIOUS to locate person who lent
me philosophy 33 notes, Prof.
Langford's 1:00 class. Call James
Scott--Health Service Infirmary,
- MOVING -
We Deliver In Any Direction
Our Own Vans
410 N. Thayer St. Phone 2-3802
& STORAGE CO.
Local and Long Distance. Moving
Storage - Packing - Shipping
Every Load Insured
310 W. Ann Phone 4297
ARTICLES FOR SALE
LAKE LOT for sale-50 ft. frontage
on sandy beach; large trees; $450.
Aril Ferguson, 928 Forest, Phone
TWO GENUINE red-leather chairs.
Slightly used. Very reasonable. If
interested write Box 25, Michigan
FOR SALE: Motorcycle; Harley
Davidson '45, accessories, fast mo-
tor, suitable for long distance
travel. 55 mi. per gal., 55 m.p.h.
cruising. Chester Weger, 818
Church, Phone 6651.
EIGHT ROOM HOUSE in south-
eastern section-University people
preferred. Call 8593.
DOUBLE ROOM for summer and
fall. Breakfast, lunch, $30 per
month. Write Daily Box 9. 484
PLEASANT ROOMS-Single and
double. 928 Forest. For summer
and fall-Shower. Phone 2-2839.
FOR SUMMER: 3-room furnished
apartment for two or three per-
sons. 515 Church. Phone 4373. 447
SUMMER SESSION rooms for men;
suites, singles-inexpensive. 512 S.
State (just north of Union); phone
SUITE with private bath. Suitable
for three or four men for the
summer. Reasonable. 1130 Oak-
FOR RENT-5-, 6-, or 7-room apart-
ment-Heat, hot water and janitor
service included. Phone 8507,
LiAKE MICHIGAN front-Holland:
Modern cottage, sleeps 7, $300.00
for season. Smaller cottage, sleeps
4, $175 for season. 1042 Courtney
N. W., Grand Rapids, Mich.
TORCH LAKE, America's most
beautiful.-6-room modern cottage
-furnished. For season. Call
Mrs. Farrell-3769. 495
SEVEN-ROOM COTTAGE Michigan
shore near Manistee; $200 season;
$100 six weeks. Write Professor
Hoffman, Crow Hill, Mt. Kisco,
BEN THE TAILOR-More
your clothes. Open
122 E. Washington.
WANTED TO BUY: One man's
bicycle, one girl's bicycle, in good
condition, for cash. Phone 5089.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES paid for
yourdiscarded wearing apparel.
Claude Brown, 512 S. Main Street.
ANY OLD CLOTHING-PAY $5.00
DIAMONDS, TYPEWRITERS, &
FURS, MINKS, PERSIAN LAMBS,
TO $500. SUITS, OVERCOATS,
CASH FOR OLD GOLD. PHONE
SAM-6304. SUNDAY APPOINT-
MENTS PREFERRED. 359
Closes Sea son
'The Guardsman' To Open
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To Hold Meet
Invitations Sent To 7,000
For Western Round-Up
At California Game
Michigan's Western Round-Up of
Pacific Coast alumni will convene
Sept. 26-28 in San Francisco, in con-
nection with the Michigan-California
football game, it was announced here
Invitations have been sent to 7,000
alumni west of the Rocky Mountains
to participate in the weekend affair.
Representatives from the University
and the Alumni Association will at-
Due to the resignation of the Uni-
versity of Chicago from football com-
petition, Michigan scheduled the
Chicago date with the University of
California, marking the first appear-
ance of Michigan on the Pacific
toast since the first Rose Bowl game
in 1902, which Michigan won, 49-0.
Committees here and on the Coast,
appointed by R. Spencer Bishop,
president of the Alumni Association,
have completed preliminary arrange-
ments. The West Coast committee
is headed by Clyde L. Queen, '13, of
San Francisco, and is composed of
eight members of University of Mich-
igan clubs on the Coast. The Ann
Arbor committee, which includes
Fielding H. Yost, director of athlet-
ics; Dean A. C. Furstenberg of the
medical school; Prof. Carl Brandt
of the English department; Herbert
0. Crisler, head football coach, and
T. Hawley Tapping and Robert 0.
Morgan, secretary and assistant sec-
retary of the Alumni Association, is
initiating plans proposed by the West
Coast alumni committee.
Club To Be Host
Thursday, Sept. 26, alumni arriv-
ing in San Francisco early will be en-
tertained by the Big Ten Club of
San Francisco. Two special trains
from the north and the south have
been engaged to carry many of the
alumni arriving Friday.
Alumni regional conferences, held
biennially by representatives of West
Coast University of Michigan clubs,
will meet Friday morning. The West
Coast is the eighth alumni district.
After a luncheon Friday, the alum-
ni will convene in separate school and
college reunions under the leader-
ship of University representatives.
Feature of the Round-Up will be
the huge alumni banquet Friday
night. Following the dinner, the
group will meet on Treasure Island.
The Round-Up will terminate fol-
lowing the Michigan-California game
Saturday, Sept. 28.
Forestry Club Holds
Annual Field Day
Members of the Forestry Club
braved the inclement weather over
the holiday and between showers
held their annual field day Thurs-
day afternoon and evening at Sagi-
The afternoon's program consisted
of various sports events which includ-
ed canoe tilting, canoe racing, a
baseball game and an archery tour-
Time of Examination
Wed., June 5, 9-12
Mon., June 3. 2- 5
Tues.. June 4. 9-12
Mon., June 3, 9-12
Mon., June 10. 9-12
Thurs., June 6, 9-12
Mop .,June 10, 2- 5
Tues., June 4, 2- 5
Thurs., June 6, 2- 5
Fri., June 7, 2- 5
Tues., June 11. 9-12
Fri., June 7, 9-12
Sat., June 8, 2- 5
Time of Exercise
Mon. at 8
Mon. at 9
Mon. at 10
Mon. at 11
Mon. at 1
Mon. at 3
Tues. at 8
OPEN EVENINGS . . . Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Courses No. Time of Examination
French 1, 2, 12, 32, 71, I. Wed., June 5, 2- 5
111, 112, 153.
Speech 31, 32.
Political Science 1, 2, 51. 52. 11. Sai., June 8, 9-12
German 1, 2, 31, 32. III. 'rues., June 11, 2- 5
Spanish 1, 2, 31, 32.
English 1 and 2 shall be examined on Saturday, June 1, 9-12.
Economics 51, 52 and 54 shall be examined on Saturday, June 8, 2-5.
Economics 122 shall be examined on Saturday, June 8, 9-12.
It shall be understood that classes entitled to the regular examination
periods shall have the right-of-way over the above-mentioned irreg-
ular examinations and that special examinations will be provided for
students affected by such conflicts by the courses utilizing the irreg-
ular examination periods.
And deviation from the above schedule may be made only by mutual
agreement between students and instructor and with the approval of
the Examination Schedule Committee.
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Finial Examination Schedule
Second Semester, 1939-40
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
Graduation Plans Announced
(Continued from Pae 1)1these degrees and award the diplomas.
- As each honorary degree is presented,
the Graduate School will then be lined two members of the faculty will put
up before the platform and President the University hood on the recipient
Ruthven will confer the degrees up- corresponding to the department of
on them. Dean Yoakum will present 'he degree.
their diplomas. Singing of the "Yellow and Blue"
Last Commencement presentations and delivery of a benediction will fol-
will be those of honorary degrees, low. Then "Taps," signifying the end
during which recipients are called up of University careers will be played
individually and a statement of the by buglers, followed by "Reveille,"
reasons for the award is read for each symbolizing the beginning of extra-
one. President Ruthven will confer academic life.
1940 DREIMfITIC SEASON
LAST TWO WEEKS
TUESDAY, June 4 thru Saturday, June 8
WVVHiTFORD KANE 9
The American Premiere Production of
St. John Ervine's Irish Comedy
June 11 --June 15
MAl)Y CHRISTIANS, JOHN EMERY, and CECIL
HUMPHREYS in Molnar's Gay Farce,
Splendid Entertainment for Commencement Guests
MATINEES: Thursday and Saturday 9
Box Office Phone 6300 9
Lydiu MENDELSSOHN Theatre
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"CINDERELL A'S FELLER"
OF THE DAY
repertory of Shakespearean and
Emery has played leading roles
on Broadway for the past six years.
His wife, 'Miss Bankhead, may fly
to Ann Arbor for one of the per-
formances. Other professional ac-
tors who have been engaged for
"The Guardsman" are Hathaway
Kale, Alice John and Bram Nosson.
The play is being directed by Prof.
Valentine Windt, of the speech de-
partment, who acted as director for
the entire Dramatic Season this yea/.
Also completing their service for
the festival are Lemuel Ayres, art
director, and Feder, light director.
Mrs. Lucille W. Walz has acted as
business manager for the 1940 Sea-
son; James D. Murnan has been
company manager; Carl Reed, stage
manager, and Jane Broder, casting
agent. According to the committee
this season has been one of the most
successful since the project's incep-
tion 11 years ago.
Comin! WA L T DISN EY'S "PiNOCCH10"
3030 or 7000 "
ALICE FAYE * DON AMECHE - HENRY FONDA
EDWARD ARNOLD . WARREN WILLIAM " LEO CARRILLO
Directed by Irving Cummings * Associate Producer Gene Morkey
Screen Play by William Anthony McGuire.
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
One of the really
great motion pictures£ x
.:. unforgettable with
songs new and old