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ILYOFFCIA.BULEI NI
tion in 'the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
lvrsty. Copy 'received untl't:20 . m (11:80 a. m. StxdaY.)
3FR IAY, JUNE VIN 1923 Number 1S1
Bac aareate and 'Commnenceient:
ho expect to, take part in the exercises of Commencement week
ie take note of the ,following schedule in order that there may
e confusion as possible in carrying out the program :-Punct-
ipecially important as the procession will start on schedule time.
lareate--Sunday, J4une o1, 11:i) A. 3X._
er Fair:u
of Assemble -10: r A. N-.,-
of Assembly-
ers'of the Faculties in the dressing rooms second and third floors
iditorium where they .,will robe. Enter by rear doors.
fits of the various schools :and colleges, as follows:
RARY on Main Diagonal walk between Library and Engineering
NEERING AND ARCHITECTURAL on Main Diagonal walk in n-
Court.
COL OF EDUOAr'ION onl walk north side of Physiology and Phar-
Building.,
:CAL "on diagonal 'walk between Chemistry Building and Library
urses).
YES on i diagonal walk between Chemistry Building and Library
Of Medics).,
n Main Diagonal walk near Law Building.
i.MACEUTICAL 'on Main ]diagonal walk immediately South East
'AL on Main Diagonal walk immediately South East of Pharma-
)UATE SCHOOL (candidates for higher degrees) on walk south
fiAre station.
Ankle wlil not, be ,considered rainy. it must actually rain with
et of clearing.
nti will .proceed (directly 'to Hill Auditorium. Seats will, be- re-
lencelent-Monday, June 18, 9:00 A. M.
lair:
of Assembly-7:45 A. M.
sof Assembly (
4ers of :the"Faculties and invited guests, -in Alumni Memorial Hall
Allery-2nd floor, where they will robe.
t, e-Regents -anid candidates for Hlonorar'y Degrees, in Alumni
r iuard, at Alumni. Memorial Hall.
lts, at the same "places as for Baccalaureate.
giat Michigan Union.
f March- ;State Street to FerryField..
lany:,
of Assembly-8 :00 A.' M.
s of .Assembly
1ers of the, Faculties, except Deans, in the dressing rooms se-
hird floors of H,1ill Auditorium, where they will robe. Enter by.
, Regents, ex-Regents and Candidates for honorary degrees, dress-
/fiirst floor of Hill -Auditorium.
fits, will proceed directly, to Hill1 Auditorium entering the lower
ugh the, door :indicated by placard for their particular school or
id take seats as directed byushers. Prompt assembly is ,esential.
L. M.. GAM,
Chief Marshal.
ession H outrs. of Regstratioi: ,
e College of Lterature, Science, and te Arts, the Btiological Sta-
,a Methods, Embalming. and Sanitary Science, Public Health
in the' Registrar's Ofie, .nve sity Hall.
20, 21-10-12 a.in.
02,1 239-12,4.i.,. and,-2-4 p. min.
2, 26-4-12 a. m., and 2-4 p. i.;
after- 10-12 a." m., daily.
he Colleges of Engineeringand 'Architecture-in the Engineering
22, 23,:25-8-12 °a. i., and 2-5. p. m.
;he School of Education.A (Including Athletic' Coaching and "Ad-
an)-in " Tappan Hall.,
122, 23, 25, 26=L9-12 a. i., and 2-5 p. m.,
he Medical School,ii the Medical Building.
22, 2,,25, 26- ,9-12 a. m.
Ve °Law School A(Courses begin Tuesday, June 2) ;-in the Law
15, 16 18-8 a. m.-5 p. in.
le College of Pkharmacy,--in the Chemistry 'and Pharmacy Build-
22, 23, 25-9-12 a.. m., and 2-5 p. m:.
e" 'Graduate Shool,in University Hall.;
22,23-9-1 a.im.; and 2-4 p. m.
25, 26-9-12 .a. in., and 2-5 p. m.
wafter--4 Q-12 a. m., and 2-4 p. m. daly.
ourses -begin Monday,,, June 25,. excepting4 in the Law School, as

Presidents of the Senior Class-They Presidents of the ,Senior Class
are requested to meet with the Chairman of the Senior Reception on Sat-
rrday morning at 10 o'clock in Registrar Hall's room to arrange for the
line of procession and other matters.
H. P., THIEME, Chairman of Senior Reception.
Directory of Summner Session Faculty: A
It is planned to place a 'copy of the Faculty Director for the Summer
Session in all administrative offices before. the opening of the Session. A
prompt" return ,of the blanks which have been mailed to all concerned will
therefore. be appreciated. The value and need of such a Directory is
quite obvious.

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TY PEWRI
of standard makes
exchanged, bought,
repaired.

sold; rer
cleaned

L C' Smith ...... ..30
nderwood........ ...2
Corona . ....... ,.. ..2 '-

Corona.....,..... ...."....
Rem1ington ..............
(}Aver ,...............

NO'. I Autogra'phic
Kodak Special

E. H. KRAUS.,
Read4 the Want Ads
WE WISH tf) announce
to the general public
that we are keeping open
this summer. We solicit
your patroinge.

17T NICKELS ARCADE
Dealer : L. C. Smith and Corona Typewriters

TUTTLES' LUNCH ROOM
. Mayn'krd Street

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-VIA-
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
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* Daily.
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s Sunday only
a.AMonday, Thursday, Saturday
b Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
Con-enmlert and dependable connections at Toledo with all lines
diverging. Northbound trains connect with GI and Trunk, Michigan
Central, Pere Marquette, and G. R. and I. for all principal destina-
tions in lower and upper peninsula of Michigan.
TRY IT ON YOUR NEXT TRIP
11. .t.11TL1LS, tommerc ial Agent, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Read The Daily "Classified"' Columns

The new SPECIAL is the
greatest achievement in hand
cameral construction since
the introduction of the Kodak.
fT'S no bigger than yoir
--hand--yet it has a pic-
ture .range hithertto
associated with large
cameras ,only.
Seven adjustable speeds from
32to i /200 of a second, a
sliding scale that autornsiatally
shows the speed to use and
Kodak Anastigmat Lens f,6.3
--assuring clean-cut negatives
--2Y4 .X ,3Y inches.
I It's on 'our Kodak counter.
Price complete $50'
719 iN. University Ave.

Farm rs &+Mi..cbics
Bank

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101-_105 3. Main St. $.30 S. SI ate St.
Nickel's 'Arcade

Michigan'sFvrtCleeSngs

LATE ST AND UP-TO-DATE EDITION, $4.50
D1ON'T CO HOME WITHOUIT A COPY

OFFICIAL MICHIGAN SOUVENIR, 756; HAND .COLORED, $1.75
WAHR'S Uniest Bookstore

Ze
CIIUBB HOUSEI
WVILL BE
OPEN '
AS USUAL!
THRUTOUT THlE
SUMMER ,SCHOOL
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Special Commencement. Week S-ale of

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Antique and Modern

Pieces

from the. K. S. Jamg otch

Collection

Oriental and Chinese Models

Oriental and Chinese Rugs of various sizes and ;descriptions including both
modern and antique pieces have been selected from the imn~r se K. S. Jam-,
gotch collection for a special, Corny -,,cement Week Sale.,

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T. E. ,RANK1&, Secretary.

bers of the Slimmer Session Faculty:
,ecent action of 'the Board of Eegents the Summer Miclaigan Daily
elWored gratis to members of the Summer Session staUf. In order
e prompt delivery applicatiokt blanks, should be filled out at once
flece of the Summer Session.
EDWARD H. KRAUS, Dean.
ty of Michigan 'Band:'
arsal Friday morning 8: 30, H1il l Auditorium.
nati'on for Bali Game, 2:00 p. in., at Lane Hall.
nation for Band Bounce, 7:30 p.,in., Hill Auditorium.
Dress Uniforms will be worn at all formations during Comn-
nt Week.
By Authority of the Director,
A. MC LAREN WVHITE, Asst, Student Mgr.
of Pharmacy Faculty Meeting:
e will be a meeting of the Faculty of the College of? Pharmacy,
norning, June 15 at 10 o'clock, Anl Room 212 Chemistry Bldg.
'V. C. GLOVER,. Secretary.
Recepton: Saturday 1, ecning at 8:43 O'clock.
fbers of the faculty are requested to enter Memorial Hall from'
h University entrance, to leave wraps and enter. grounds by the
ntrance, to be on the grouinds by 9:00 o'clock in order to receive
for Class as it comes from the President's residence.
[r Class-The Senior Class will assemble in front of the Library.
ds indicating the various schools will be provided to show where
pool is to assemble.

TY our time is
the Correct Tdime
when you carry a.
Longines Watch. Al-
ways. accurate -- always
dependable. Tested and
approved. by the U. S.
Naval Observatory and
world authoritaies gener-
ally. Latest models in
ladies' and gentlemen's
watches now being
shown-ask to see them.
ARTHUR H. ARNOLD
State Str et Jewelry
302 S. State

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In order, to 'make this week a memorableo event th.ese rugs are being put on
sale at astonishing prices. Never before was such a' sale of genuine Oriental

A Atemorable Event

Rugs staged in ,Ann Arbor.

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Beautiful patterns and fine quality marks these rugs as .valuable po~ssessions.
The home that is graced With such rugs will indeed present that atmosphere of
refinement and good taste.

g5-810-X15-g20

$30

The K. S. Jamgotch collection of rugs includes every size and shape in pat-'
terns of untold beauty, at varying prices. As a special event for Commence-
ment Week only, ,a gro up 'of these rugs will be put on sale at $5,'$10, $15,
$20, $30. A1

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