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THE SUMS R AHCMGAN DA ELY

SUNDAY, AUGUST 17, .1830.

THE SUMMkII MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, AUGUST 17, 1990. -

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of

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the University. Copy received at the office of the Dean of the Sum-
mer Session until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.

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VolX.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 17, 1930

NUMBER 42

Lecture on Chain Store Merchandising: Mr. A. J. Long, Sales Man-
ager, Kroger Grocery & Bakery Co., will give a talk on Chain Store Mer-
chandising at 8 o'clock Wednesday morning, August 20, Room 4203, An-
gell Hall. This talk has been arranged for the benefit of those debate
coaches, principals, and superintendents interested in the discussion ofI
chain stores which is to be the subject for debate in the Michigan High
Debating League for 1930-1931. All others interested are invited to at-
tend this meeting. G. E. Densmore.
Graduate School: All graduate students who expect to complete
their work for a degree at the end of the summer session should pay the
diploma fee before leaving Ann Arbor. Please call at the office of the
Graduate School, 1014 Angell Hall, for the necessary blanks.

To all students having Library
Books: 1. Students having in their
possession books drawn from the
University Library are notified that
such books are due Monday, Aug-
ust 18, before the impending exam-
inations.
2. Students who have special
need for certain books between
August 18 and 22 may retain such
books for that period by applying
to the Superintendent of Circula-
tion on or before August 18.
3. The names of all students who1
have not cleared their records at
the Library by Wednesday, August
20, will be sent to the Recorder's
Office, where their credits will be
held up until such time as said rec-
ords are cleared, in compliance
with the regulations of the Regents.
Wm. W. Bishop, Librarian.

Handel: 0 Sleep, Why Dost Thou
Leave Me "Semele"; Mozart: Voi
che sapete "Marriage of Figaro"
(Grace Gremelsbach) Handel: Hear
me Ye Winds and Waves (Neil Mc-
Knight); Verdi: Pace, Pace, Mio
Dio "La Forza del Destino" (Doro-
thy Cozad); Handel: Where'er You
Walk "Semele"; Puccini: Vecchia
Zimarra "La Boheme" (Lynn H.
Clark. Charles A. Sink.
Exhibition of,,Water Color Paint-
ings: A collection of 51 water col-
ors by leading American artists is
now hung in the first and second
floor corridors of the Architectural
Building. The public is cordially in-
vited. The exhibition is open daily
from 9 until 5 o'clock. It will close
August 22. Emil Lorch.
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TEACHERS NEEDED
FREE REGISTRATION
WESTMORE TEACHERS' AGENCY
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Sabina uonraa, Recorder. I School of Music Concert: Profes-
sor James Hamilton of the voice
School of Music Concert: Lynn Clark, baritone, and Rose Lyon Dui faculty of the School of Music will
Moulin and Edwin Biltcliffe, pianists, will give the following program present the following program by
in Hill Auditorium Sunday afternoon at 4:15 p.m. The general public advanced students from his sum-
with the exception of small children is, invited but is requested to be' mer class at the School of Music
seated on time. Debussy: Prelude, The Sunken Cathedral; Chopin: Noc-' Auditorium, Wednesday evening,
turne in C Sharp Minor; Chopin: Ballade in A Flat Major; (Edwin Bilt-' August20, at 8:15 o'clock. The gen-
cliffe) Handel: Where'er You Walk (Semene); Gounod: Even Bravest eral public with the exception of
Heart (Faust) (Lynn Clark) Debussy: Prelude in A Minor; Scarlatti: small children is invited:
Pastorale and Capriccio; Gershwin: Prelude; Klauber: "A Rookie Squad Leoncavallo: Prologue "I Pagliac-
on Parade"; Nerini: Ronde des Lutins (Goblins' Dance) (Mrs. Rose Du ci" (Lynn H. Clark) Mozart: Deh
Moulin) Puccini: Vecchia Zimarra (La Boheme); Leoncavallo: Prologue vieni non tardar "Marriage of Fi-
(I Pagliacci) (Mr. Clark). Charles A. Sink. garo" (Lucille Grossman) Cambell-
Tipton: Hymn to the Night (Wil-
liam Jannsen) LaForge: Like a
School of Music' Concert: Perla Wolcott, soprano, and Philip La Rosebud; Handel: Ombra mai fu
Rowe, organist, will give the following program in the School of Music "Xerxes;" Carissini: Vittoria mio
summer concert series in Hill Auditorium, Tuesday, August 19, at 8:15 core (Neil McKnight); Puccini: Si
o'clock. The general public with the exception of small children is in- mi chiamo Mimi "La Boheme"
vited to attend: Corelli: Preludio (Suite in F) Sarabande; Mereaux: (Harriet Stout); Handel: Caro mio
Toccata; Bach: Fugue in D (Philip LaRowe) Bellini: I Capuletie, I Mont- ben; Gounod: Dio possente (Faust)
ecchi Aria "Oh,-quante volte;" Gluck: Spiagge Amate; Mozart: Alleluja; (George Matthews); Strauss: Mor-
;Perla Wolcott) Widor: Cantabile (Symphony VI); Debussy: Andante gen; Strauss: Zueignung (Kate K.
(Quartet); Wagner: Dreams; Karg-Elert: Choral Improvisation on "In Fie'd); Handel: Comfort Ye; Han-I

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CHARLES RAQUEL JOHN GEORGE
BICKFORD TORRES MILJAN MARION
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Dulci Jubilo" (Mr. LaRowe) R. Strauss: Freundliche Vision; R. Strauss:
Standchen; Debussy: Aquarelles (Green); Debussy: Fantockes; Michael
Head: Nocturne; Kountz: The Sleigh. (Mrs. Wolcott).
Charles A. Sink.
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: All students completing
the requirements for graduation at the end of the Summer Session may
pay the diploma fee now and until the close of the session. Blanks mayI
be obtained in Room 4, University Hall. D. L. Rich. t
Examination for University Credit: All students in the Colleges of
Literature, Science, and the Arts, Engineering and Architecture, and
Pharmacy, The Graduate School, and in the Schools of Dentistry and
Education, who desire credit for work done in the Summer Session will
be required to pass examinations at the close of the Session according
to the following schedule:-
Hour of
Recitation 8 9 10 11
Time of Thursday Friday Thursday Friday
Examination 8-10 8-10 2-4 2-4
Hour of All other
Recitation 1 2 3 hours
Examination Thursday Thursday Friday Friday 1
Time of 4-6 10-12 10-12 4-6
Graduate Students: The grades for graduate students will be mailed
from the office after the close of the summer session. The practice of
leaving stamped, addressed envelopes has been discontinued.
Sabina Conrad, Recorder.
Candidates for Teacher's Certificates: Blanks for the payment of
the Teacher's Certificate fees may now be secured at the office of the
School.of Education, 105 Tappan Hall. All students who expect to be
recommended for the Teacher's Certificate at the end of the Summer
Session must pay their fees and return their receipts to the Recorder,
School of Education, before the end of the Summer Session.
Elizabeth B. Clark, Recorder.
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