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May 14, 1937 - Image 18

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1937

FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1937

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Have Spasmodic But Rapid Growth

First Women's
Residence Hall . I
Opened In '15'
Women Had No Facilities
Before 1898; Organized
By Dean Of Women
Forty-one years ago the women on
this campus did not have to "sign-
out" for every evening engagement
they had. Why? Because there wasl
no one who particularly cared where
they were. From 1870, when women
first gained entrance to the Univer-
sity, until the appointment of the
first Dean of Women in 1896, the
women had absolutely no organized
life or university direction.
When women were first admitted as
students, it was with the subtle sug-
gestion that the legislature would
have to be petitioned for funds to
provide adequate facilities for them.
These early women were a determined
lot, and set a high standard for the
generations that were to follow. How-
ever, one way or another, the women

have managed to provide themselves Women the hopes of the women be- erected in 1898 to supply a meeting
with every building that they deemed gan to take definite form. The first place and athletic opportunities for
necessary. ( concious need was that of a club- the 500 women of that time. This
With the coming of the Dean of house. Barbour Gymnasium was (continued on Page 20)

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SUMMER TERM
OPENS JUNE 7 and 28

SUMMER STUDY

PUTS YOU AHEAD

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Intensive Instruction during the Summer Months
for those who ish to --
Prepare for earlier business employment.
Secure intensive training in shorthand and typewriting for
use in college.
Add technical skill to their high school and college education
as a means of getting a position.
EFFECTIVE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
HAMILTON BUSINESS COLLEGE
State and Williams Street

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Mrs. Hampton's Famous
SOUTHERN FRIED
CHICKEN
Served Every Sunday
from 12:30 - 2:30
Homecooked food for family
gatherings daily.
MRS.HAMPTON'S TEA ROOM

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605 Forest

Phone 2-3836

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UNIVERSITY of MICIIGAN
CAMP for BOYS
A PROJECT IN "HUMAN ENGINEERING"
in the words of President Ruthven: "The Camp turns
young lives in the direction of physical, mental, and
spiritual health, and in the confidence of our entire
community the camp is a useful, wholesome institution."
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DAY LI 14th
41.
350 DESERVING BOYS from Ann Arbor and Detroit
to spend four weeks. at the camp. Most worthy young-
sters carefully selected by 15 co-operative social and
welfare organizations. More than 5,000 boys have been
cared for during the past 16 years.
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