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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Where they all go

1116 So. University Ave.

Generous harvest
ReapedJy Cupid
Whether or not Leap year is re-
sponsible, the past summer has proved
an unusually flourishing season for
the venders of marriage licenses,
judged from the quota furnished by
the University.
Six weddings of interest to Michi-
gan have been reported up to the
present date.Several of these former
Michigan students will take up their
residence in Ann Arbor.
Rhoda Pierson, '21, of Flint, and
Ralph Gault, '21L, of Flint, were mar-
ried during the first part of Septem-
ber. They will live in Ann Arbor
while Mr. Gault finishes his course in
law.
Miss Vernetia Glade, of Ypsilanti,
was married to Alton W. Corey '21M,
of Owosso.
The wedding of Kathryn Johnson,
'19, of Bay City, and William Sand-
ford, '20, of Kewanee, Ill., was cele-
brated September 15 in Bay City. Mr.
Sandford will be on the Oratory fac-
ulty "of the University of Minnesota
this year.
Edna L. Blake, '20, of Ann Arbor,
and Erwin E. Dreese, '20E, of Aldson,
were married September 11. Mr.
Dreese, all A engineering student
throughout his course, will be on the
Engineering faculty here this year.
Frances Hickok, '15, of Plainwell,
was married to Dr. Harold Kretcher
in September.
Bertha Wright, '21, of Big Rapids,
and James Fairman, 'ISE, of Big Rap-
ids, were married August 27 in Big
Rapids. Mr. Fairman is an instructor
in engineering here.

through registration. In addition to
this, a committee of advisors is sta-
tioned in the registration office to aid
the freshmen in registering and to
direct them to the committee on elec-
tions. Senior women, under the direc-
tion of the Intercollegiate committee,
perform similar services for entering
upperclass women.
All freshman women are invited to
a supper to be given by the junior
advisors on October 6. Further ar-
rangements concerning the supper
will be announced later.
REST ROOMS CONDUCTED
BY EAGUE CHAIREN
With the opening of registration the
Women's league began its work for
the coming year by conducting rest
rooms in University hall for new stu-
dents and their parents.
One rest room, in charge of Theo-
dosia Burton, '22, served more than
100 with tea and wafers. Another
room managed by Esther Pafenbach,
'21, was given over to intercollegiate
advisory work.
The Advisory committee of the
league who received new girls in the
rest rooms consists of Mrs. William
W. Bishop, Mrs. Albert R. Crittenden,
Mrs. Warren P. Lombard, Mrs. Harry
N. Cole, Mrs. John B. Waite, Mrs. Neil
H. Williams, Mrs. Earle W. Dow, Mrs.
Shirley W. Smith, Mrs. Louis C. Kar-
pinski, and Mrs. Marion L. Burton.
New chairmen for committees of
the Women's league have been ap-
pointed. For the Membership commit-
tee, Olga Johnson, '21; Social commit-
tee, Theodosia Burton, '22; House
committee, Martha Seeley, '21; Dra-
matic committee, Anne Mitchell, '21;
Banquet committee, Marcella Moon,
'21; Intercollegiate committee, Esther
Pafenbach, '21; Vocational Conference
committee, Marie Crozier, '21; Point
System committee, Mildred Harris, '21,
Poster committee, Mary Van Deinse.
Y. W. C. A. Gives Annual Tea
Freshmen girls and entering stu-
dents were entertained at tea from
four to six o'clock Saturday afternoon
at Newberry hall.AThe tea was given
by the Y. W. C. A.

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Prescription Service
QUARRY DRUG CO'S
PRESCRIPTION STORE
SO. STATE and N. UNIVERSITY AVE.
Phone 308
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Phone calls for girls at Helen New-
berry Residence must be put, in to
2338, the first floor phone. The sec-
ond, third and fourth floors have
loaned their lines to Betsy Barbour
dormitory until a switchboard can be
installed.
Tea is being served every afternoon
at Helen Newberry residence for the
girls ofboth Newberry residence and
Betsy Barbour dormitory.
Each sophomore should leave a
schedule of her classes at the office
of the physical director in Barbour
gymnasium.ยข
Freshman girls are requested to
purchase their gymnasium clothes im-
mediately.
All girls who are interested in oc-
cupational therapy, who have had
training in it and want to continue
the work, see Hulda Bancroft at New-
berry hall.
NEW RULES HELP
IN ADVISORY WORK
Junior advisory work this year has
been greatly facilitated by a set of
rules formulated by Registrar Arthur
G. Hall, according to Carol McDonald,
'22, chairman of the junior advisors.
By means of. these rules, congestion
in the registration room is relieved
and confusion avoided.
SDue to the increased number of
freshmen, each Junior serving under
the advisory system has been assigned
f our or five entering students to guide

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