THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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evaluates campus and world events and offers you the chance to par-
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I Assoc. Business Manager
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IOUS PLAY-With grimly determined expressions, Rendez..
campers grapple for a greased watermelon during a water
"I WANNA GO BACK TO MICHIGAN"-Sitting around the campfire at Camp Rendezvous, Univer-
sity freshmen have an opportunity to learn and practice traditional Michigan songs and cheers
before school begins.
Talks H ighlight'Rendezvous'
TO THE STUDENTS OF THE
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
1028Years:61858 to 1960
We welcome the Old Students and
invite the. New Students to our store,
located just North of Main Campus.
717 N. University - near Hill Auditorium
7EW RY. WATCH REPAIRING
Talks on the educated person,
religion and extra-curricular ac-
tivities highlighted Freshman
Rendezvous camps last weekend.
Two camp sessions were held at
Detroit Recreational Camp at
Brighton and two at the Univer-
sity Fresh Air Camp.
The first sessions, which ran
from Sept. 9 through Sunday,
Sept. 11, were planned for stu-
dents who had not attended the
summer orientation.program. The
second sessions were held Sunday
through Tuesday for freshmen
who had pre-registered during the
Each session opened with a
speech on "Who is the Educated
Person?" Profs. Robert Angell of
the sociologydepartment, Wilbert
McKeachie of the psychology de-
partment, Marvin Felheim of the
English department and literary
college Associate Dean Jamts Rob-
ertson each opened a session with
a talk on this topic.
Extra-curricular activities were'
discussed by student panels com-
posed of officers of the various
campus organizations. A student-
faculty panel evaluated the prob-
lem "What Happens to Religion
Tne camps are sponsored by the
Office of Religious Affairs with
the cooperation of several stu-
Their purpose is to help new-
students evaluate religious, aca-
demic, and social values of cam-
pus life. It. also gives therm a
chance to meet faculty members
from various academic fields and
to ask questions and share ideas
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Sportswear. from '$3.8 to $39.98
Accessories from $1.00 to$25.00
RAPT ATTENTION-James H. Robertson, associate dean of the
literary college, discusses "Who Is an Educated Person" at Camp
Dean's Office Lists Shifts
In Residence Halls' Staffs
The Off ice of the Dean of Wom-
en reports both changes in loca-
tion and additions to the staff of
the women's residence halls this
Mrs. Catherine Bergeon, former
Resident Director of Blagdon
House in Mary Markley Hall has
moved to the Dean of Women's
Office in her new capacity as
Assistant Dean of Women in
charge of staff.
Location Changes Listed
Resident Directors who have
changed locations include: Mrs.
Florence Atkinson, former Resi-
dent Director of Elliot House in
Mary Markley Hall, now Resident
Director of Bush House; Mrs. Ila
Benson, former Assistant Director
of Angell House in Alice Lloyd
Hall, now Resident Director of
Blagdon House in Markley Hall;
Mrs. Ann, Coller, former Resident
Director of Couzens Hall, now
Resident Director of Kleinstueck
House in Lloyd Hall and Co-
ordinating Director of Lloyd Hall;
Mrs. Lila Cook, former Assistant
Director in Couzens Hall, now As-
sistant Director in Angell House
in Lloyd Hall; Mrs. Lorretta Cud-
dohy, former Assistant Director
of Stockwell Hall, now Resident
Director of Seeley House in Mark-
ley Hall; Mrs. Ruth Drey, for-
mer Resident birector of Bush
House in Markley Hall, now Resi-
dent Director of Elliot House and
Assistant Coordinating Director
of Markley Hall; Mrs. Margaret
Funk, former Resident Director
of Henderson House, now As-
sistant Director of Martha Cook;
Mrs. Leona Rantfl, former As-
sistant Director of Stockwell
Hall, now Resident Director of
.Hinsdale House in Lloyd Hall.
Seven New Additions
Seven new appointments have
been made to 4the staff of the
women's residence halls, Mrs. Ber-
geon said. They are: Mrs. Mary
E. Buckborough, Director of Hen-
derson . House; Mrs. Fay Burks,
Assistant Director of Mosher
Hall; Mrs. Edith Eismann, Assist-
ant Director of Stockwell Hall;
Mrs. Christine Guinon, Assistant
Director of Stockwell Hall; Mrs.
Myrtle Holmes, Assistant Direc-
tor of Jordan Hall; Mrs. Kathleen
Robarts, Assistant Director of
East Couzens Hall; Mrs. Frances
P .C. Watson, Resident Director
of Cambridge Hall.
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AND ALL FORMER STUDENTS
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