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lication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
University. Copy received by the A sigtant to the Presideut iLnil
0 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdavya
ume 4 SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1924 ' Number 182
ers of the Summer Session Faculties:
lanks for the Faculty Directory and request cards for the Summer
-an Daily are being sent by campus mail to all members of the Sum-
ession staff. Their prompt return will be greatly appreciated.
he Summer Daily will be delivered gratis only to those members of the
ier Session Faculty. whoo fill out the request cards.
ill those who did not receive cards and blanks promptly, kindly call
ffice? E. 11. Kraus.
hers of the Summer Session Faculties:
n order to facilitate regstraton it is requested that all changes in the
incement of courses, such as changes in the places of meeting, hours,
he instructors, be reported at once to the office of the Summer Session.
planned to issue a supplement to the Complete Announcement, which
contain. all changes. E. H. Kraus.
Class Day Observed By Literary,
Engineering, Education Seniors
In the shadow of the engineering I by Forrest G. Averill. Joanna Jo
arch the class of 1924 of the Engineer- Dewitt delivered the class oration.f
ing college held their class day exer- The class memorial was presented by
cises yesterday morning. Irwin E. Lillian M. McEachern and accepted by
.Stegmeier, president of the class, del- Professor Calvin 0. Davis. Dean Al-
ivered the first address. Henry H. len S. Whitney closed the ceremony
Hubbard gave the class history.. The i with an address.
class oration was delivered by Calvin
A. Campbell and the prophecy by Jack
W. Kearns. Ira P. NNewby gave the SUM M E R
class poem. Dean Mortimer E. Cooley S O
of the colleges of engineering pnd
architecture gave an address and the
' singing of the Yellow and Blue ended
the engineering class day.
Class day exercises in the- College of
Literature, Science and the Arts were
held on the campus near University "F,! r
hall. Walter K. Scherer delivered the
president's address and Freida S.
Diekhoff gave the class history. The
oration was given by J. Kyuang Dunn A
and the class poem by Dorothy Sand-
ers. Harry D. Hoey gave the proph-
ecy and the ceremony closed with an -
e address by Dean John R. Effinger.
The School of Education held its Varsity Defeats
class day exercises in the University
, high School. Chairman William J. Japanese Nme
Donnelly introduced the speakers.
, The president's address was given by (Continued from Page One)
Foster I. Huber and the class history The box score:
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mer Session Hours of Registration:
For the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, including Hygiene
Public Health. Library Methods, Biological Station, Embalming and
tary Science,-in the Registrar's Office, University Hall. June 20, 21,
4, 9 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 5 p. m. Thereafter 10 to 12 a. m. daily.
For the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture,-in the Engineerng
ding. June 20, 21, 23, 24, 8 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 5 p. m. Monday, June
For the School of Education (including Athletic Coaching and Adminis-
ion and Public Health Nursing) in Tappan Hall. June 20, 21, 23, 24
12 a. m. and 2 to 5 p. m.
For the Medical School,-in the Medical Building. June 20,- 21, 23, 24
12 a. in., 2 to 5 p. in.
For the Law School (Courses begin Tuesday, June 17), in the Law
ding. June 13, 14, 16, 8 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 5 p. m.
For the College of Pharmacy,-in the Chemistry and Pharmacy Build-
June 20, 21, 23, 24, 9 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 5 p. m.
For the Graduate School,-in University Hall. June 20, 21, 23, 24, 9 to
. m. and 2 to 4 p. m. Thereafter 10 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. in. daily
All courses begin, June 23, excepting in the Law School, as above stat
T. E. Rahnkin, Secretary
U NIVER SIT Y
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W HAT'S GOING ON
8:30 - Breakfast for senior
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nior Reception and Prominade, Senate Reception:
The annual Senior Reception and Promenade and the Senate Reception
members of the Graduating .Class, their relatives and friends and to
umni will take place on Saturday, June 14th at 8:30 p. m. Classes will
'm in front of the library at the same places as for commencement and
oceed to the President's residence where they will be received by Presi-
at and Mrs. Burton. The lin.e of march will be from the library to State
reet on the walk between the new literary and the law buildings, on State
reet to South University Avenue to the President's house. After passing
rough the President's house they will be received by the \Various faculties
adjacent indicated portions of the campus. There will be a concert by
e University Band. Cards. of admission may be obtained at the Office of
e Secretary of the University and from the Secretary of the Alumni Associ-
on. In case of rain the reception will be held in Memorial Hall.
Alfred 0. Lee, Chairman of the Reception Comiiittee.
F. Chester Swigert, '24E, Chairman Senior Promenade.
(#° T. C.:
All students going to R. 0. T. C. Camp should call for camp orders be-
e leaving town. Students should report at camps on following dates:
Infantry and Signal Corps, Camp Custer, Mich., June 17th, 1924.
Coast Artillery, Fort Monroe Va., June 19th, 19p4.
Ordnance, Aberdeen Proving (Gron nds, Md., June 19th, 1924.
r Service, Chaunte Field, Rantoul, Ill., June 17th, 1924.
diforms and Property:
All uniforms, publications should berg turned at once except that stu-
nts going to camp should take uniforms and training regulations with
Commissions will be given to graduates on Jitne 16th. Those to receive
me 'should call at this office between 8:00 A. M. and 6:00 P. M. on that date
d take oath of office.
tional Defense Day:,
The secretary of War has decided to have a mobilization test of the
nponents of the Army, September 12th, 1924 and" to have suitable patriot-
programs on that date in each community where a unit of the army exists.
1 members of the R. 0. T. C., C. M. T. C., Veterans and others are invited
join with the military organizations on that date in their respective com-
tnities in making the event a success. Details wlI be publshed in local
pers. William T. Carpenter.
9:00 - Dental alumni receptipn by
faculty of College of Dental Surg-
ery in the Dental building.
10:00-Annual alumni meeting in Hill
12:1 -Alumni luncheon in Barbour
12:15-"" club ;Luncheon at Mich-
1:30-91umni mass meeting in 11111,
2:00-Adella Cheever house alumnae
meeting at Adelia Cheever house.
4:00-Alumnae house Alumnae asso-
ciation meets at Alumnae house.
4:00--Basebal game, Ferry field,
Meiji university vs. University of
4:00-Helen Newberry Residence as-
sociation's fourth annual reunion,
business meeting and tea at the re-
4:00-The Martha Gook Building Al..
umnae association annual reunion
meets for business meeting, tea and
reunion at Martha Cook building.
6:00-Third annual architectural al-
umni dinner at the Marbuck Tea
9:00-Senior reception to members of
the graduating class and friends,
alumni in President's house and
S:45-Annual senIor pronienade on
11:00-1acca aureate address in Hill
auditorium. W. L, Bryan, of Indiana,
4:00-Tea at the Nurses' dormitory
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Summary: home run: Wilson. Sac-
rifice ' hits: Wilson, Jablonowski.
Stolen bases: Dimon, DeView, Blott2.
Bases on balls: off Stryker 4, off
Shoesinith 1, off Yasuda 2, off Vaka-
muda 2. Hit by pitcher: by Yasuda
1. Wild pitches: Vakamuda, 2. Struck
out: by Stryker 4, by Yasuda 1, by
Vakamuda 1. Hits: off Yasuda 7 in
5 1-3 innings; off Vakamuda 8 in 2
2-3 innings; off Stryker 2 in 7 inn-
ings; off Shoesmith 2 in 2 innings.
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given by the junior nurses.
8:00-Meeting of alumni at
Leader Has Starred
'or Past Two Years:
,LHAN ENDS SEASON FAR
UP IN BATTING AVERAWES
imes K. Brooker was unanimously
sen captain of the Michigan track
n for 1925 at a meeting of the letter
7 held Tuesday afternoon, June 10.
poker for the past two years has
'red in the pole vault and discus
>w. He has been vaulting close to
eet and is one of Michigan's hopes
the Olympic games.
eorge C., Dillman, class of 1925,,
elected Captain of the 1925 base-
team. "Doc" because of his in-
rience was kept on the bench most
he time last season only getting,
3 few games and always giving a'
A special organ recital for the vis-
itors in Ann Arbor over the Com-
mencement week will be given at 4:15
o'clock tomorrow afternoon in Hill
Auditorium by Palmer Christian, the
new University Organist. Mr. Christ-
ian came from Chicago to Ann Arbor
recently to succeed Earle V. Moore,
now director of the School of Music,
and since his advent in the city, his
weekly afternoon organ recitals have
become an established mustcal event.
His playing of .Delamirter's Concerto
for the orchestra and the organ in the
May Festival marked him as a fluent
and easy organist.
The program for the Sunday concert
Prelude in B Minor
Introduction and Allegro
Meditation from Thais
7:30-Bugle call and ceremony of
hoisting the flag on the campus.
7:45 - Commencement procession
8:00 - Procession starts for Ferry
9:00 - Commencement exercises at
Ferry field, address by Glenn Frank
editor 9f Century magazine.
1:00-Luncheon at Nurses' dormitory
for members of graduating class
Graduated In '61
@eorge Daniel Chaffe, '61L, of Shel-
byville, Ill., is the oldest alumnus of
the University to be here for reun-
ions. Graduated from the University
60 years ago, at the age of 85, he has
come back to visit his Alma Mater.
There are three members of the lit-
erary class of 1865 here for the com-
mencement activities also.
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