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June 22, 1931 - Image 3

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE TIMEE

THW.ME.I__A AIYPGET 1

ALUMNI UNIVERSITY
ENROLLMENT G91iNS
Shaw Outlines Five Day Lecture
Series Which Will Enter
Second Year Tomorrow.
(Continued from Page One)
of sociology; and "The Symphonic
Poem," by Prof. Earl V. Moore,'
director of the School of Music.
The fee for enrollment in the
Alumni Course is $10.00, payable at
the Treasurer's office 104 South
Wing University hall. The receipt'
will serve as admittance card to
classes.
Many special features have been
arranged in addition to the regu-
lar lectures scheduled for the
morning and early afternoon. On
Tuesday evening, the Clement's
library will tender a reception and
special exhibition of the treasures
of the library. President Alexander
G. Ruthven, and Dr. Randolph G.
Adams, director of the library, will
speak.
A series of plays will be given in
the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre in
the League, during the week.
Arrangements have been made
to secure special rates for the al-
umni students at the new Univer-
sity golf course and the facilities
of the Intramural building for
swimming, handball and tennis will
also be open.
This program will be open to all
graduates and former students of
the University and their wives and
husbands, Shaw said.

Women's League to Be Open to Summer Session
Students; Library Reorganized and Catalogued
President Describes Plans for the hours of the greatest demand,
Mixers, Bridge Teas, and an assistant will be in charge
Other Events, during these times. The books will

Kathryn O'Hearn, '31Ed, who'
has been appointed to the presi-
dency of the Women's League for
the summer term, has anounced
that the building will be open for
use just as in the regular school
period. All women are encouraged
to become familiar with the ad-
vantages and conveniences that
the building affords.
There will be some activities such
as informal mixers to acquaint the
women on campus with one an-
other and several bridge teas dur-
ing the eight weeks of summer
school.
Mrs. Maude Thompson is to have
complete charge of the League li-
brary. The library will be open at
Brooklyn Polytechnic
Gives Degree to Gould
(Special to The Daily)
NEW YORK, June 21-Professor
Lawrence M. Gould, of the geology
department of the University and
Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd were
awarded honorary degrees of Doc-
tor of Science at the commence-
ment exercises of the Brooklyn
Polytechnic institute. In citing
the award, Dr. Parke R. Kolbe,
president of the institute, said that
in Gould the."man of learning and
the man of action are one."

be catalogued and the whole sys-
tem in the library will be re-organ-
ized for the fall opening of school.
Mrs. Thompson has already ap-
pointed four assistants for library
work: Mary Elizabeth Dunn, Hel-
en Findley, Mary Costello, and Ger-
trude Eaton.
Meals will be served today in the
ballroom of the League as a special
feature of Commencement.

Drama Season to End
With Three Offerings
(Continued from Page One)
"Ghosts," on Thursday night. Pow-
ers will play the famous role of
Oswald Alving, and Miss Rich will
appear as his mother, Mrs. Alving,
a part which she has played in
previous productions of the play
under the direction'of Henderson.
Folowing the close of the Ann
Arbor season, Henderson will take
the entire production of "Arms and
the Man" to the Detroit Civic the-
atre for two performances under
the auspices of Jessie Bonstelle.

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