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THE MIC-111GAN-D"AILY

TUESDA'Y', SEPY

THE MIChIGAN DAILY TPESflAY, s~p~

Student-Faculty And Activities
Mixers Attract Many Men

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More than 700 freshman men were
present at each of the two assemblies
held Thursday and Friday night at
the Union in connection with the an-j
nual Orientation Week program.-
Thursday night the new students
met for a faculty-student assembly,
and then the following day assembled
for the activities mixer.
T. Hawley Tapping, general see-
retary of the Alumni Association,
acted as chairman of the student-fac-
ulty meeting at which 18 faculty men
presided over tables and conducted
discussion groups on various topics.
Mr. Tapping was introduced by Al-
len D. McCombs, '35, president of the
Union.
The assembly was held for the first
time this year as an experiment and a
part of the student-faculty relations
program which was instituted last
year. According to McCombs, the
Union ballroom was overflowing and
the facilities were inadequate to ac-
commodate the large group of fresh-
men.
Faculty men in attendance and the
subjects of their respective discussion
groups were: Prof. Charles F. Remer,
economics; Prof. James K. Pollock,
political science; Prof. John S. Wor-
ley, transportation engineering; Prof.
Robert Angell, sociology; Prof. Frank-
lin Shull, zoology; Prof. Preston Slos-
son, history; Prof. William G. Smea-
ton, chemistry; Prof. Robert Hall,
geography; Prof. Ryssell C. Hussey,
geology; Prof. J. A. C. Hildner, Ger-
man.
Prof. Leigh J. Young, forestry; Prof.
Robert G. Rodkey, economics; Prof.
Benjamin W. Wheeler, history, Henry
Mosier, speech; Donal Hamilton
Haines, journalism; Edward B.

Greene, psychology; and Theodore
Hornberger, English.
Friday night prominent students
who head various campus activities
addressed the group explaining the
functions of the various organizations
and publications. Literary college and
engineering college freshmen met in
two different assemblies.
Undergraduates who addressed the
new students were John C. Healey,
'35, city editor of The Daily, Carl
Hilty, '35, president of the Under-
graduate Council, Russell Anderson,
'36, president of the Student Chris-
tian Association, Philip Singleton,
'35F, president of the Interfraternity
Council, Tom Austin, '35, captain of
the Varsity football team, William
McFate, '35, managing editor of the
Michiganensian, William Brownson,
president of Mimes, and Douglas R.
Welch, '35, secretary of the Union.'
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September 28, 29, 30
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MR. ROBERT GRAHAM
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THE COLLEGE 00 SH P
as ASSISTANT MANAGER.
and will be happy to receive all his former customers
at his new location

WVe Carry a
Complete Line of Student Supplies
$1.00 Fiction and Miscellaneous Books
We Cater to Special Orders

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Mr. Slater Welcomes All

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