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(Continued from Page 2)
Community," in Room 1025 Angell
The Mens Education Club will
meet at the Michigan Union on Mon-
day, July 12, at 7:30 p.m. Professor
Preston Slossom will be the speaker.
All men interested in Education are
July 1Z--Monday: 4:05 Lecture-
"The Implications for Education of
the 1937 Yearbook of the American
Association of School Administra-
tors," Dr. William G. Carr, Director
of the Research Division of the Nat-
ional Education Association. (Uni-
versity High). 7:15 Women's Educa-
tion Club meeting. (Alumnae Room,
Michigan League.)

Class ' Sloop Which Will Defend America's Cup Soon

All Graduate Students seeking


become candidates for the degree of
Master of Arts in Sociology during.
the Summer Session should consult
Dr. Beynon immediately.
Office Hours: Tuesday 11-12:30,
Thursday 2-4, 307 B. Haven Hall.
Faculty Concert: Prof. Hanns Pick,
violoncellist; Prof. Joseph Brinkman,
pianist; and Hardin A. Van Deursen,
baritone; will participate in the sec-
ond faculty concert in the Summer
Session series, Tuesday evening, July
13, at 8:30 p.m., in Hill Auditorium.
First Mortgage L o a n s: The
University has a limited amount of
funds to loan on modern well-located
Ann Arbor property. Interest at
current rates. Apply Investment Of-
fice, Room 100, South Wing, Univer-
sity Hall.
Tea for Wives of Faculty Members
and women members of the faculty:
Wives of faculty members and women
members of the faculty are invited to
a tea, July 13 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the
Michigan League. Members of the
Faculty Women's Club are cooperat-
ing with the Social Director of the
Summer Session in arrangements for
the tea which will be in the garden or
ballroom, depending upon the weath-
er. The wives of the members of the
faculty and women faculty members
from other institutions will be guests
of honor.
The initiation and formal banquet
of Pi Lambda Theta will be held at
5:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 14. Make
reservation for the banquet with Geil
Diffendack, Telephone 7247, by Mon-
College of Literature, Science, and
the Arts, and Architecture; Schools
of Education, Forestry, and Music:
Students who have changed their ad-
dresses since Juue registration should
file a change of address in Room 4,
U. H. so that the report of his sum-
mer work will not be misdirected.
College of Literature, Science, and
the Arts, and Architecture; Schools
of Education, Forestry, ad Music:
Summer Session students wishing a
transcript of this summer's work only
should file a request in Room 4, U.H.
several days before leaving Ann Ar-
bor. Failure to file this request will
result in a needless delay of several
. The Bureau has been asked for one
or two men in Ann Arbor to sell
health, accident, and life insurance,
either part or full time. Will those
interested kindly call at the office,
201 Mason Hall; office hours 9-12
and 2-4.
University Bureau of Appoint-
ments wishes to remind all its former
registrants that they should leave
Ann Arbor addresses and summer
class schedules in the office in order,
to keep records up to date and to be
on the active placement list. Any1
New Registrants who did not obtain
enrollment forms last week should do
so immediately, as all blanks are to
be returned this week. Office hours
9-12, 2-4.
Excursion No. 5: Ford Plant at
River Rouge. The group will leave
from in front of Angell Hall at 12:45
p.m. Wednesday, for those students
who were unable to go on July 7.
Make reservation before 4:30 p.m.

Four Graduates
Announce Plans
For Marria'oes'
Elsie Pierce-Edward Begle
Nuptials To Be Aug. 14;
Phalen-White In Oct.
Elsie Alkin Pierce, '37 daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Littell Pierce
of Washtenaw Avenue and last year's
managing editor of The Daily has
chosen Aug. 14 as the date of her
wedding to Edward Griffith Begle
'36, son of Mr and Mrs. Ned G. Begle
of Greenwich, Conn.
The Rev. Frederick W .Leech of
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church will
perform the ceremony, which will
take place at 3p.m. in the League
garden. A reception will follow.
Sarah Pierce, '35, sister of the
bride-elect, will be maid of honor,
and Jewel Wuerfel, '37, of Miller
Ave. and Cornelia Begle, sister of
Mr. Begle, will be bridesmaids. The
best man will be Robert Young, of
Oak Park, Ill., and the ushers will be
Robert Pierce. of Washington, D.C.,
brother of Miss Pierce, and John
Wehausen of Oak Park.
The couple will live in Princeton,
N.J., where Mr. Begle will study for
his doctor's degree and also serve as
assistant in the mathematics depart-
ment of Princeton University.
Miss Pierce is affiliated with Delta
Gamma sorority, was a member of
Wyvern, Mortarboard and Alpha
Lambda Delta, freshman women's
honorary society, and was elected to
Phi Beta Kappa. Mr. Begle is also a
member of Phi Beta Kappa, and is
affiliated with Pi Delta Theta fra-
ternity and Sigma Xi, honorary.
scientific society. He received his
master's degree last month.
The engagement of Margaret Pha-
len to W. Stoddard White of De-
troit, has been announced by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas
Phalen of Erie, Pa. Mr. White is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee A White of
Miss Phalen, who graduated here
in 1935, was affiliated with Theta
Phi Alpha sorority and Theta Sigma
Phi. She was on The Daily staff for
three years, and was publicity chair-
man of the Michigan League during
her senior year. Mr. White, manag-
er and also a Daily staff member,
was a member of Sigma Delta Chi
fraternity and of Alpha Epsilon Mu.
Mr. Lee A White is a member of the
League Garden
Nuptial Scene'
For Graduates

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That troublesome appendix of
Don Lash, Indiana's track star who
was a member of the Olympic
Team and holds the American two-
mile record, finally broke loose
after he had used it for many a
bear story, most recently at the
conference meet here. In the pic-
ture he is recuperating after its re-
moval in an Auburn, Ind., hospital,
and hopes to resume his running
in the fall.
Board in Control of Student Publi-
cations, and one of the editors of
The Detroit News, and his son is now
on the staff of station WWJ.
They plan to be married early in
October. .The ceremony will take
place in Erie.

Runner Recovers

An airview, here, of the sleek Ranger, Harold S. Vanderbilt's racing sloop that has won its right to represent
the United States as the America's Cup defender. The cup is challenged by T. 0. M. Sopwith's Endeavour II,
marking another of a long history of British attempts to win yachting's most glorious trophy.


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Faculty Women
Plan To Honor
Non - Residents
Afternoon Tea To Be Held
Tuesday At The League;
Mrs. Sundwall Chairman
Wives of non-resident members of
the faculty and of the seven insti-
tutes being held at the University
during the Summer Session are to be
honor guests at a tea given Tuesday,
July 13, by the Faculty Women's
Club, according to Mrs. Ralph Aigler,
The tea will be held from 4 to 6
p.m. at the League and Mrs. John
Sundwall is general chairman. The
.club is cooperating with Miss Ethel
McCormick, social director of the
Summer Session, in arrangements for
the affair.
Receiving with Mrs. Louis A. Hop-
kins will be Mrs. Junius Beal, Mrs.
Shirley W. Smith, Mrs. Clarence S.
Yoakum, Dean Byrl Bacher and Mrs.
Aigler. Those pouring will be Mrs.
Henry M. Bates, Mrs. Wells I. Ben-
nett, Mrs. Edward W. Blakeman,
Mrs. James B. Edmonson, Mrs. Ed-
ward H. Kraus, Mrs. Alfred H. Lov-
ell, Mrs. Earl V. Moore and Mrs. Ira
W. Smith.
Tuesday, July 13, at the Summer
Session office.
Excursion No. 6, July 16, 17, 18, and
19, to Niagra Falls and Vicinity. Res-
ervations must be made by Wednes-
day aftenoon July 14, at the office of
the Sum er Session. The party will
leave by special bus for Detroit from
in front of Angell Hall at 5.30 p.m.
Party arrives in Buffalo at 8:15 Sat-
urday morning and will leave by
special bus for Niagra Falls, and re-
turns Monday, July 19 arriving at
Ann Arbor about 10:00 a.m. Total
cost of trip will be about $19.00.

Two University Students Enter
Radio-Plane In National Contest


S. Lopus, Leo Weiss,
Engineering College,

DETROIT, July 10.--(P)-While
other entries tinkered with, gasoline-
powered craft, two University of
Michigan students prepared their
radio-controlled plane for Sunday's
events in the 10th annual national
championship model airplane meet.
John S., Lopus, 22, Rome, N.Y., a
senior in the electrical engineering
department of the college of engin-
eering and Leo A. Weiss, 18 years old,
of Brooklyn, a junior, have spent the
past few months at work on the us-
ual craft in their rooms in Ann Arbor.
Their plane, when fully loaded,
weighs 16 pounds. In order to fi-
Palomar Telescope
Is Lecture Subject
(Continued from Page 1)
sor Hall said.
Telescope Is Topic
"Mounting a 200-inch Telescope"
will be the subject of an illustrated
lecture by Prof. Jesse Ormondroyd
of the engineering college at 5 p.m.
Wednesday. Professor Ormondroyd
joined the engineering faculty last
semester after 16 years of service
with the Westinghouse Electric
Corp. As manager of the com-
pany's division of new development,
he was in charge of the work on
the great 200-inch telescope at Palo-
mar Observatory near Los Angeles,
which is still in process of construc-
tion, with only the framework fully
completed. In his capacity as di-
rector of the telescope construction,
Professor Ormondroyd once showed
Albert Einstein, who was interested
n the work, through the plant.

nance its construction Lopus, who
dropped out of school for a semester,
did odd jobs around Ann Arbor and
acted as donor in blood transfusions
at University Hospital.
In the indoor events, held in the
naval reserve dirigible hangar at
Grosse Ile, Carl Goldberg, 24 years
old, of Chicago, won permanent pos-
session of the Springfield trophy by
taking it for the third consecutive
year in the stick model contest. His
rubber-powered plane flew 20 min-
utes 5.8 seconds. Walter Good, 21
years old, of Kalamazoo, took fifth
Max Sokol Hamtramck took first

Shows Today -1-3-5-7-9 p.m. *

,,Miss Voltairine Elizabeth Hirsh,
place in the exhibition of non-flying
scale models, and received the Ber- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
ry Brothers trophy on his Stinson C. Hirsh, of Ann Arbor was married
Reliant. Kenneth Diget, Battle yesterday to Harold A. Weggel, son
'Creek, received the popular aviation of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Weggel
award for his scale model of an Aer- of Bay City. The Rev. E. C. Steell-
onca. horn read the service in the League
Walter Strauss, 18 years old, of nGarden
Chicago, won the Stout trophy, in the Miss Emma Margaret Hirsch, a
indoor stick event for entrants under sister of the bride, served as maid
21 years old. His plane flew 21 min- of honor and assisting Mr. Weggel
utes 30 seconds. Alvie Dague, Jr., 17 was Clarence F. Weiss.
years old of Tulsa, Okla., won the The bride received her bachelor of
Bloomingdale trophy for indoor cab- arts degree from the University and
in models, for entrants under 21, is a member of Alpha Gamma Sigma
with a flight of 15 minutes, 41 sec- sorority and of Alpha Lambda Delta,
onds. Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi.
One feminine entrant, Catherine Mr. Weggel received his bachelor of
Clark Waterbury, Conn., won a prize, science degree in engineering. He
the Syncro award, on an exhibition was recipient of the University Phi
scale model of the speedplane, Mr. I Kappa Phi award and served as editor
Mulligan. of the Technic.




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