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June 18, 1928 - Image 4

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THE SUMMEK MICHIGAN DAILY

.. .. .HESU MR ICIANDAL

AUTHORITIES OPEN MUSEUM BUILDING
WITHOUT UNIVERSITY HALL PRESENT

the college year: Augusta Avery Niet-
hammer and Elinor Byer Parker.
Phyllis Loughton spoke in behalf of
the petroit Civic Theatre league proj-
ect, following which the senior play,
written by V. Valerie Gates, entitled

"Violets for Mary," was presented by
six senior women. The singing of
Michigan songs and selections from
"Eight 'Til Eight" completed the pro-
gram. Margaret Meyers was general
chairman of the plans.

Not having had a dedication in
these parts for lo, these many years,
the University authorities picked on
the new museum last Friday morning
and sent the president and others
with one or two interests here, over
to dedicate the structure. While still
without University hall ins the collec-
tions, it was found to include four
of the main collections on the cam-
pus.
The building, being new and there-
fore in need of a dedication, cost the
state $900,000. In view of the fact
that most of this was used in the
actual construction, fitting services

were held for the formal dedication.'
Dr. Alexander Ruthven, who will be
in charge of the institution, introduc-
ed Dr. Thomas Barbour of Harvard
university, who delivered the main
address. After this speech, Dr.
Ruthven delivered a short talk on
the aims and ideals of the present
museum. He then presented Dr.
Clarence Cook Little with the keys to
the institution. The New structure
takes the place of the old museum
which is located near Angell Hall. As
it now stands, the new building is
made of two wings, one along Wash-
tenaw avenue and the other along
North University avenue. The north-
ern wing is given over to the study

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FOR CLASS
More than six
women and guest
morning for the an
fast in the Union
and summer flower
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L tenaw branch houses the exhibits.
Special lighting of the most up to
S date style is used, the modern equip-
ment has been used throughout.
While the exhibits are not com-
Splete,the building is open to the pub-
hundred senior lic
is met Saturdays
nual Senior break- Harrison, Nettie Schubert, Barbara
ball room. Roses Tock, Lucy Obiern, Elsie Radford,
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ceremony were in the form of small
diplomas tied with yellow and blue
ribbons.
Following the breakfast, the cus-
tomary ceremony of eating lemons and
blowing out candles was observed.
All women who were engaged march-
ed in front of the speakers' table and
took a slice og lemon. They were:
Arlene Unsworth, Ellen Groff, Julia
Wilson, Paulene Makham, Ithmer

ers, Alice Wessels, Kathleen Joselyn,
Cletus Eagen, Virginia Royce, Ber-
neice Staebler, Marjorie Chavenelle,
Eunice Tonge, Helen Vos, Louise
Bush, Sylvia Wight, Marion Sourbon,
Jane Ellison, Kathryn Frances, Kath-
erine Scott, Ruth Jameson, Ruth
Becker, Dorothy, McGonigal, Edith
Spangler, Rhoda Tuthill, Melva
Thompson.
Two girls carried candles to their

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Eleanor tables and blew them out, signifying
Adelaide that they had been married during

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- Commencement Day
When you receive your diploma from the Secre-
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Boyce Co., 719 N. University Ave. Select your frame 1308
and receive a receipt for your diploma and we will
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