M1I)AY, IV At 11, 1937
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Cttpkete Revised Schedule For Events During Celebration Clubs Will Provide LANTERN NIGHT
Compete y !. edSch OnLantern Night the women of j A unii
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Dr. Henry Lewis; Presiding: Bishop Warren L. Rogers, A.B. '07, Cleveland,
Ohio; Address: "The College Man and Religion in the Future," Conrad
Henry Moehlm an, A.B. '02, Ph.D '1$, Professor of the History of Christianity,
Colgate-'Rochester Divinity School.
7:30 p.m., Carillon Recital: Wilmot F. Pratt, University Carillonneur.
8:30 p.m., at Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Opera: "'t'he Bartered Bride,"
Thursday, June 17
9:50 a.'h., in dill Ai1dtorium. Organ Recital: Palner Christian, Univer-
10:00 a.m., Fourth General Session; Topic: "Higher Education and
Scientific Progress"; Introduction of Presiding O'fficer: President Alexander
G. Ruthven; Presiding: Alice Hamilton, M.D. '93, A.M. (Hon.) '10, Professor
Emeritus of Industrial Medicine, Harvard Medical School; The Physical
Sciences, Clifford Cook Furnas, Ph.D. '26, Professor of Chemical Engineering,
Yale University; The Natural Sciences, Raymond Pearl, Ph.D. '02, Director
Institute for Biological Research, Johns Hopkins University; 'he Social
Sciences, Chester Rowell, Ph.B. '88, LL.D. (Hon.) '28, Editor, San Francisco
12:30 p.im., Luncheon at Michigan Union Ballroom. Panel Discussion:
Topic: "How Can We Achieve a Balance Between Scientific and Social
Progress"; Introduction of Presiding Officer: Dean James B. Edmonson;
Presiding: Lyman Lloyd Bryson, A.B. '10, A.M. '15, Professor of Education,
Colunbia University. (Members of the Panel to be announced).
2:30 p.m., at Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Opera: "The Bartered Bride,"
3:20 p.m., in Hill Auditorium. Organ Recital: Palmer Christian, Univer-
3:30 p.m., in Hill Auditorium. Fifth General Session. Presentation of
Presiding Officer: Dean Henry M. Bates; Presiding: Justice Louis Henry
Fead, LL.B. '00, LL.D (Hon.) '34 Michigan Supreme Court; Address: "The
University and the Professions," Herbert W. Clark, A.B. '05, A.M. '06, LL.D.
(Hon.) '35, Lawyer, San Francisco; Short Discussions of the general topic:
"The Future Responsibilities of the Professional Man"; Medicine: James R.
Arneill M.D. '94, Member of Board of Regents of the American College of
Physicians, Denver, Colorado; Law: Thomas Francis McDonald, LL.B. '17,
LL.M. (Hon.) '36, Lawyer, St. Louis, Missouri; Engineering: Frederic W.
Willard, A.B. '06, A.M. (Hon.) '39, New York City, Executive Board, National
Council Research; Education: Edward Leslie Bowsher, A.M. '26, Director ofI
Education of the State of Ohio, Columbus.t
4:30 p.m., Alumnae Tea: Hostesses and Guests of Honor will be chosen
by the following Alumnae Groups: Akron, Birmingham, Battle Creek, Newf
York, Minneapolis and St. Paul, Philadelphia, Royal Oak, Saginaw.t
6:15 p.m., at Michigan League Ballroom. Annual Alumnae Banquet.
Presiding: Mrs. Marie Winsor Stebbins, Chairman of the Alumnae Council;
Toastmaster: Dean Alice Crocker Lloyd; "The Professor in Co-Education,"
Margaret Carhart, A.M. '01, Ph.D. (Yale) '21. Professor of nglish, Univer-
sity of California; "Youth Looks at the University," Mabel Holmes Parsons,T
A.B. '04 A.M. '09, Professor of English, University of Oregon; "The Contribu-
tions of the Machine Age to Medicine," Bertha Van Hoosen, A.B. '84, M.D.' 88,
A.M. (Hon.) '13, Professor of Medicine, Loyola University; "Michigan Womenv
in Michigan's Progress," Mrs. Katherine Puncheon Pomeroy, A.B. '96, Headt
of Peabody Hall, Western College, Oxford, Ohio; Citations for Distinguished
Service: President Ruthven.c
7:30 p.m., Carillon Recital: Wilmot F. Pratt, University Carillonneur. a
8:30 p.m., at Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Opera: "the Bartered Bride,"d
Alexander G. Ruthven; Address: "The University and the Enrichment
of Life," Glenn Frank, L.LD. (Hon.) '24, Former President of the University
of Wisconsin, writer and educational leader; Song: "Yellow and Blue."
3:30 p m., at President's House: President's Reception.
4:30 p.m.,, Carillon Recital: Wilmot F. Pratt, University Carillonneur.
6:00 p.m., in Michigan League Ballroom. Alumnae Cabaret Supper:
Fashion Revue of Campus Styles during the Past Century; Wedding dresses
worn by Alice Freeman Palmer and Martha Cook will be modeled.
6:00 p.m., at Michigan Union Ballroom. Banquet: Varsity "M" Club
and Michigan Athletic Managers Club.
8:30 p.m., Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Opera: "The Bartered Bride,"
9:00 p.m., at Library Steps. Concert: Michigan Songs--University Band-
Saturday, June 19
9:00 a.m., at University of Michigan Medical School. Symposium: "What
Constitutes an Adequate Health Service for a Community," conducted by
the various divisions of the Health Sciences, with contributions from the
Schools of Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Public Health and Nursing. Main
Amiphitheatre, Second Floor, University Hospital.
11:45 a.n., Carillon Recital: Wilmost F. Pratt, University Carillonneur.
12:00 p.m., at Waterman and Barbour Gymnasium. Annual Alumni
Luncheon; Address: President Alexander G. Ruthven; Election of Directors:
Presentation of Honorary Alumni.
2:'0 p.m., at 348 West Engineering Bldg. Engineering Alumni and Faculty
5:00 p.m., Carillon Recital: Wilmot F. Pratt, University Carillonneur.
6:30 p.m., at Ferry Field: COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES.
-some of the time "The Last Days
StudenIt Life of Pompeii."
June 13th. Today I received a war-
Here In 1845 rant from Capt. Spalding making me
2nd Sergeant. I was also warned to
D be and appear armed and equipped
Told_1y Pray as the law directs at an officer drill
to be had on the 18, 19 and 20 instant
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instant. I also received orders to
rived in town today so that we can warn all persons liable to do military
duty in a certain beat. A curse on
go to work again after having had the militia system! Four days train
but one recitation a day for more and one of warning are too bad. But
than a week. I went to the "Argus I can not get rid of it. The Captain
Office" to read the news. I set a won't let me off and I have offered
few types and heard a plenty of prin- to sell my commission at the low
ers' slang. By the way, a printers' price of 6 pence but no one seems in-
dined to enter the service.
office is a great place for slang-for Finds Chemistry Dull
gossip and for news and the printers June 17th. This morning I started
always seem to be jolly and good for Ann Arbor and reached the
natured when they like a fellow. University about 9 o'clock. I tried to
Strawberries For Health get my Chemistry lesson but found it
June 4th. This morning when I almost impossible to read it over it is
went to breakfast Mrs. G. told mealotipsbetorditvritsr
that a young lady had left some- so dry and uninviting. At noon I
thing for the good of my health. succeeded in warning a goodly num-
What can it be? thought I. I re- ber of the Militia by catching them
ceived the bundle, opened it and 1o! at their dinner. Almost everyone has
a fine lot of strawberries-picked no some long story to tell me about not
doubt last evening by some fair one of being liable. But I do not pay any
the strawberry party-by whom I attention to that. I put down their
could not find out. We recited for names and then let them do as they
the first time in Chemistry. I like it please. In the afternoon I got my
well thus far. My Friends were in lesson in Mcllvain's "Evidences"
town today. I received from home, which I like well. In the evening I
besides a lot of clothes, a dozen fine took a walk with Buchanan and had
apples. What can bring up fond quite a chat. He says that my class-
recollections of home and all its mate Fish is love sick and has gone
pleasures like some such little gift as home to see his dearie and cure him-
this. Prof. Whiting is sick so that self. Very probable it is so. I pity
again we have but one recitation a him if it is. This evening there was
day. I spent the afternoon in reading a cry of fire which was found to be
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Friday, June 18'
8:30 a.m., Breakfast. Round Table Discussions: Medicine, Law, Engineer-
ing, Dentistry, Forestry, Business, Education, Pharmacy, Architecture,
Journalism, Music, Public Health, (Other groups may be arranged as
suggested); Leaders to be announced.
9:50 a.m., at Hill Auditorium. Organ Recital: Palmer Christian, Univer-
10:00 a.m., Sixth General Session. Topic: "The University in Educa.-
tional Progress"; Introduction of presiding officer: Dean Edward H. Kraus;
Presiding: John Black Johnston, Ph.B. '93, Ph.D. '99, Sc.D. (Hon.) '33 College
of Literature Science and the Arts, University of Minnesota; "The Education
of Youth," Chauncey S. Boucher, A.B. '09, A.M. '10, Ph.D. '19, President
of West Virginia University; "The Education of Wdmen," Dean Marjorie
Mope Nicholson, A.B. '14, A.M. '18, Smith College; "Continuing Education,"
,Lyman Lloyd Bryson, A.B. '10, A.M. '15, Professor of Education, Columbia
12:30 p.m., Luncheon at Michigan Union Ballroom. Topic: The Alumni,
Michigan's Representatives; Presiding: Emory Hyde, LL.B. '04, Ann Arbor,
Michigan, President, University of Michigan Alumni Association; "The Ten
Year Program-Its Present Status and Its Future," H. Beach Carpenter,
A.B. '14, Attorney, American Sugar Refining Company; "The Alumnae Pro-
gram," Mrs. Marguerite Chapin Maire,.A.B. '20, Detroit; Triennial Reports;
Meeting of Class Officer's Council.
2:20 p.m., in Hill Auditorium. Organ Recital: Palmer Christian, Univer-
2:30 'p.m., Closing Session in Hill Auditorium. Presiding: President
of the ~own~
,JOHN and RALPH NEELANDS
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