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THlE MICHIGAN DILIY

TIi Y A. ' 1bI 30, 9.941

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Engine Council
Names Hallisey
As Treasurer

FiNAL EXAMINATION SCHEDULE
Second Semester, 1940-41
COLLEGE OF LITtCERATURE, SCIENCE, AND THE ARTS
RE ULIAR EXAMINATIONS

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Avoidance
Conflicts

Time of Exercise

Time of Examination

Appointed to fill the vacancy cre-
ated by the resignation of Robert T.
Wallace, '42E, Joseph Hallisey, '42E,
became the new treasurer of the En-
gineering Council at a meeting held
'last night.
Elected along with other council
officers only recently, Wallace was
forced to resign because ,of the time
needed to take care of other activi-
ties, which include the presidency of
Tau Beta Pi, honorary engineering
society.
Chairman of the newly created "co-
ordinating" committee, George D'.
Gotschall, '42E, requested that all
professional society presidents con-
tact him this week in order that the
plan of closer collaboration between
the societies to avoid conflicts in
scheduled meetings next fall be ex-
tended.'
Alex Wilkie, '42E, chairman of the
Honor Council for the coming year,
announced plans for a pamphlet de-
scribing the Honor system and the
duties of the Council, to be issued
when school reopens next fall.
Freshmen and sophomores who were
candidates in the recent Council elec-
tion may get their eligibility cards at
the Dean's office, West Engineering
Building, it was announced. It is also
important that council representa,
tives have their summer saddresses
on record at the Dean's office before
the end of the semester.
.Getting away to an early start for
next year, it was announced that
plans are in progress for an engineer-
ing societies smoker to be held early
in the fall.
Selectees Urgedc
To Get Check-Up
A t Health Service
With the announcement of a new
draft registration, Dr. Warren E. For-
sythe, director of Health Service,
urges all prospective 5electees to take
advantage of the Service's facilities to
get a complete physical check-up.
Such an examination will help a
student to determine fairly accurately
whether or not he will pass the con-
scription physical and accordingly
plan to remedy, if possible, any defect
which might prevent him from en-
tering a particular branch of the mili-
tary service.
Numerous physical defects can be
corrected if discovered in advance, Dr.,
Forsythe declared, outlining a plan for
cooperatir.g with the national defense
program through local health meas-
ure6.
The University should put more em-
'phasis on a physical program de-
signed to "toughen up" the student
and gre ter effort should be'
made to give student a better un-'
derstanding of communicable di-
seases and their prevention, :t ex-
plained.
Newman C lo 111Hl
Record Dance Toight
The Newman club will hold a rec-
ord dance from 9 to 12 p.m. today in
the St. Mary's Chapel Auditorium
Catherine Nartcn, '42, and James
Landers,'43, iae in charge of the
event, while James Keenan, '41BAd
is ticket chairman; Sally Walsh, '43,
decorations chairman; Peter Fondren,
'44E, refreshment chairman; and Mi-
chael Ma sa, '42, music chairman.
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8 Thurs., June-12, 9-12
9 Mon., June 9, 9-12
10 Wed., June 11, 9-12
11 Tues., June 10, 9-12
1 Mon., June 16, 9-12
2 Sat., June 7, 9-12
3 Mon. June 9, 2- 5
3 Mon., June 16, 2- 5
J Tues., June 10, 2- 5
10 'Thzuzs., .June 12, 2- 5
11 Frxi., June 13, 2- 5
1 Toes., June 17, 9-12
2 Fri., June 13, 9-12
3 Sat., June 14, 2- 5
SPECIAL EXAMINATIONS

No.
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Special Period
Time of Examination
Sat., June 7, 2- 5

Courses
German 1, 2, 31, 32
Spanish 1, 2, 31, 32
Zoology 1, Botany 1, Psychology 31
Fiench 1, 2, 32, 52, 61, 62, 91, 153
Political Science 1, 2, 51, 52

II Wed.,
TII Sat.,
iV Tues.,

June 11, 2- 5
June 14, 9-12
June 17, 2- 5

IRREGULAR EXAMINATIONS
English 1 and 2 shall be examined on Saturday, June 7, 9-12
Ecenomics 51, 52, and 54 shall be examined on Saturday, June 14, 2-5.
Economics 122 shall be examined on Tuesday, June 17, 2-5.
It shall be understood that classes entitled to the regular examination
p.eriods shall have the right-of-way over the above-mentioned irregu-
lar examinations and that special examinations will be provided for
students affected by such conflicts by the courses utilizing the irregu-
lar examination periods.
Any deviation from the above schedule may be made only by mutual
agreement between students and instructor and with the approval of
the Examiation Schedule Committee.
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F L I C H T E N D S A T S I N C A P 0 R E-When the 42-ton California Clipper arrived (above) at Singapore harbor the plane was
inaugurating a fortnightly schedule between U.S. and British Malaya. The flight, on which the Clipper carried no regular passengers
but did bear mail and 13,800 first-flight covers for American stamp collectors, marked the pushing of trans-Pacific air service to its
farthest westerly point. Capt. W. J. Barrows of California conummanded the Clipper, which was then prepared for a return flight to U.S.

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TYPING
l'YPING-Experienced. Miss Allen,
408 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 2-2935 or
2-1416.lgc
VIOLA STEIN--Exy)erienced legal
typist, also mimeographing. Notary
public. Phone 6327. 706 Oakland.
LAUN DE RING
LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned
Careful work at low price. 3c
STUDENT LAUNDRY-Special stu-
dent rates. Moe Laundry, 226
South First St., Phone 3916. 10c
M ISCEL LA NEOUS
THESIS BTNDING-Mimeographing.
Brumfield & Brumfield, 308 S.
State. 1 9c

TRANSPORTATION
H. B, GODFREY
MOVING -- STORAGE - PACKING
Local and Long Distance Moving.
410 N. Fourth Ave. Phone 6297
29c
RHEAD'S HOUSEHOLD PACKING
CO.-Let us move, pack, or ship
you to any point. Experienced
movors. Special rates for students'
storage. Dial 3515. 318 N. First
St. 32c
- HELP WANTED
WANTED----Boy to work for room
during summer. Phone 2-1196.
412
SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENT-
Part-time soda fountain clerk-
start work immediately. Miller's
Dairy Store. 1219 So. Univ. 408

WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL- -- _ - - - -.__.- -------.. --
Driveway gravel, washed pebbles.' FOR SALE
Killins Gravel Company, phone -
7112, Sc UNDERWOOD portable typewriter-
- --- - ____ ________ _ _ $20. Good condition. W. W.
WISE Real Estate Dealers: Run Thomas, 1207 Willard St., Phone
listings of your vacant houses in 5745. 413
The Daily. Dial 23-24-1 for speCAR FOR SALE-1930 Ford coach.
cial rates._ In good condition. Heater, full-
WANTED-5,000 students to try year license. Cheap. 554 Fourth1
Phenix Antiseptic for quick relief I St'e. 410
from ATHLETE'S FOOT, SUN- 1931 CHEVROLET COUPE-Good
BURN, INSECT BITES. Only 25c ' condition, nearly new tires, radio
at drugstores. H. G. Carlisle, ki nd heater. Cheap for cash. No
distributor, Charlotte, Mich. 406 i trade-in. See it at 303 N. Fifth
- -__ _ Ave. 411
WAN+1TED TO BUY _ .
WANTED __TO.BUY PAY YOUR WAY through school!
CASH for used clothing; men and 'cause of graduating I am dis-
ladies. Claude 1H. , 512 S posing of my agency of Fraternity
M4ain St. PhoziE 2-27:36. 3 andr Sorority Products. Louis
M ain S _.-P _ _..2-27.._31 T ondy, 526 E. Jefferson,'2-2243.
WANTED -- ANY OLD OR NEW RE _T
CLOTHING, PAY FROM $5.00 to FR RENT
$500 FOR SUITS, OVERCOA 1 ROOM S -Double- Summer School
TYPEWRIE'IRS, FUR - - PER- stuclen t pleasant furnishings;
SIANS, MINK:. PHONE ANN Al?- I excellent location; continuous hot
BOR 6304 for APPOINTMENTS. water. $2.00. Phone 2-3776, 417 E.
SAM Liberty. 409
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H A L F M ILLION LOO 0 K-Not for the budget-minded is
this black satin pouch envelope haiidbag shown at the new fashion
terrace at Belmont, N. Y., track. It's a $500,000 purse designed by
Paul Flato with brilliant-cut diamond solitaires curving grace-
fully toward a diamond rose having waterfall diamond drops.
The evening dress is black chiffon edged with black lace.

T O 'COW ' A N E N E M Y-Meet the "Ozard of Whiz,"
the lively cow that's been adopted for an unofficial crest by one
of Britain's heavy bomber squadrons. The Ozard has been painted
on the nose of all aircraft in the squadron.

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Ride at
Golfside Stables
Wooded Bridle Trails
/ ,
Free Transportation
to and from stables

Y E LL OU T
T HE N EWS
the most satisfying,
the most cooling,
the most delicious

EMP RESS-Educated in a
tf French convent, the em~press of'
,< . . Annamr, N'Guyen Hu H .o
(above), is faded for her beauty.
::.:F.This photo was taken at the
palace in hue, capital of Annam
L I D S' F 4 R L 0 C 0 M 0 T I V E S-Helmet-like steam dome casings for locomotives lie in which is one of the five divisions
Southern Pacific shops at San Francisco vaiting for a spot on some mighty engine. Defense orders are of French Indo-China.
boosting freight shipments over nation's railroads.

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drink for this warm
weather is BEER!
WE DELIVER

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