Y, JUNE 27, 1938
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Students At League
Faculty Will Be
Hosts At Annual
Department Heads To Be
Present; Dancing And
Tours Are Included
All students of the Summer Ses-
sion will be honored at the annual
Faculty Reception to be held from
8:30 p.m. ,to 1 a.m. Friday in the
League, Miss Ethel A. McCormick,
social director of the Summer Ses-
Dancing, tounament bridge, re-
freshments, and tours of the building
will all be included in the entertain-
ment. The administrative receiving
line will form at 8:30 p.m. in the
Assembly Room. All students are in-
vited to go down the receiving line,
Miss McCormick said.
Special Rooms Assigned
As an inovation in this year's re-
ception heads and assistants of va-
rious departments will be stationed
in assigned rooms where students
may meet and converse with them.
The chemistry department under
Prof. Chester S. Schoepfle will be in
the Blue Room as will the physics de-
partment under the direction of Prof.
Harrison M. ,Randall. In the Read-
ing Room will be the education and
hygiene and, public health depart-
ments. Dean James B. Edmonson
and Prof. John Sundwall will be in
International law will be stationed
in the west wing of the Assembly
Room. In the Men's Lounge will be
the Institute of Far Eastern Studies,
headed by Prof. Robert Hall; and the
Linguistic Institute, under Prof.
Charles C. Fries.
Will Be In Women's Lounge
Library science, music and speech
and play production groups will be
located in the Women's Lounge on
the second floor. Dr. William W.
Bishop, Prof. Earl V. Moore, and
Prof. Henry A. Sanders are heads of
these departments respectively, and
will be assisted by other members of
Engineering mechanics faculty
members will receive students in the
East Council Room on the second
floor. Prof. Edward L. Eriksen will
be in charge. Prof. Howard B. Lewis
will head the biological chemistry
department in the West Lounge in
the Blue Room on the third floor.
To Serve Refreshments
Punch will be served on the ter-
race during the reception if the
weather permits. If it is rainy, Miss
McCormick hasannounced that re-
freshnments will be served on the mez-
Dancing in the League Ballroom
will begin at 9 p.m. and Charlie
Zwick and his orchestra will play.
Tournament bridge will be played
and prizes will be offered.
Guides who will conduct tours
through the League will include the
Michigan pames, members of the
Women's Educational Club, under-
graduate women under the direction
of Jean Holland, '39, president of
the League, and undergraduate men
under the direction of Robert May,
League To Hold
Is League President
Many Graduate A nd Post Graduation
Weddings Have Taken Place In June
Miss Holland '39, was appointed
president of the League in May
and will assume duties as president
for thle Summer Session.
'A Fine Paper,'
Of Daily Saysil
"Wherever we go, The Daily fol-
low us." Thus Mrs. Frederick P.
Jordan of Ann Arbor, whose husband
was the first subscriber to The Daily
when it appeared as "The U. of M.j
Daily" on Sept. 29, 1890, voiced her
Dpinion of the student publication.j
The fact that the Jordans even re-
:eived the paper during the several'
seasons which they spent abroad is
an indication, Mrs. Jordan believes,
that she and her husband have en-
joyed it very much and consider it
,ell worth reading.
When asked whether or not she
thought the paper had improved
throughout the years, Mrs. Jordan
replied in the affirmative. "A really
ine student newspaper," aptly de-
;cribes the present publication, she
Jelieves. Mrs. Jordan's only criti-
ism concerned the spelling of fac-
alty members' names. She would
Advise a little more care be taken in
This is a far cry from the criticism
>ffered the embryo Daily of 1903 by
he Michigan Alumnus. "The Liailh
oears on every page the unmistak-'
Tble marks of being strictly ama-
Commencement week and the days
following have been filled with tra-
Jitional June weddings of interest to
Ann Arbor society.
Their graduation day was chosen
oy Phyllis C. Carr, '38, of Bartlesville,
Okla., and Frank C. Gibbs, Jr., '38E,
of Oak Park, Ill., for their wedding
Jay. Miss Carr, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Nelson Carr, is affiliated with
phi Omega sorority, and Mr. Gibbs,
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Gibbs,
ts a member of Alpha Tau Omega
Was Married June 18
The wedding was held at 2 p.m.
Saturday, June 18, in the First Pres-
oyterian church. Jean Gibbs of Oak
Park, sister of the bridegroom, was
maid of honor, and Betty Jo Belknap
>f Cedar Rapids, Ia., a cousin of the
pride, served as candlelighter. Mr.
Tibbs, Sr., an alumnae of the Univer-
;ity, performed the duties of the best
,nan, while the ushers were Frank-
din Graham of Detroit, and three fra-
.ernity brothers of the bridegroom,
Richard Schaus, '38E, of Ann Arbor.
trdward Soucaze, Grad., of New York,
md William Fleming, of South Bend.
Marion L. Hodson, '38, and Louis
0. Landon, '38, both of Ann Arbor,
,hose their marriage to be performed
At 8 p.m. Saturday, June 18, following
,he Commencement exercises at
which both received their diplomas.
Miss Hodson, a member of Alpha
3micron Pi sorority, is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Hodson,
And Mr. Landon, affiliated with Del-
La Sigma Pi, is the son of Mrs. Fran-
:es J. Landon.
Wedding On Graduation Day
Another Commencement Day wed-
ding of interest in Ann Arbor, was
ierformed at Waban, Mass., uniting
n marriage Helen May Stetson, and
Dr. Baldwin Rapier Curtis, both of
Ann Arbor' The bride is the daugh-
er of Dr. and Mrs. Harlan True Stet-
son, a former professor of astronomy
At Harvard University, former direc-
,or of Perkins observatory at Ohio
Wesleyan University, and now at
Massachusetts Institute of Technol-
ogy. Dr. Curtis is a son of Prof. and
Mrs. Heber D. Curtis. Professor Cur-
Ais is director of the University ob-
servatory and head of the astronomy
Miss Stetson was graduated from
'he University in 1935, and Dr. Curtis
received his degree in 1934, after
study at Swarthmore and here. He
:eceived his master's degree in 1935
and his doctor of philosophy this
year. He is a member of Phi Sigma
Kappa fraternity, Phi Beta Kappa
and Sigma Xi. Dr. and Mrs. Curtis
Plan to return to Ann Arbor July 5.
Hold Wedding At St. Thomas
Mary Alice McQuillan, '37, and
Francis Conlin, '36, were married at
10 a.m. Saturday, June 18, at nuptial
nass said in St. Thomas Catholic
church by the Most Rev. William F.
Murphy. Miss McQuillan is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W.
Mundus of Ann Arbor, at whose wed-
.ling Bishop Murphy officiated, and
Mr. Conlin is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank C. Conlin, also of Ann Arbor.
The maid of honor at the ceremony
Nas Marguerite McQuillan, '39A, and
'he bridesmaid was Joan Mundus,
arlso a sister of the bride.
Charles A. Conlin of Lansing,
rother of the groom, was best man,
and the ushers were William and Irv-
ing Conlin, Louis C. Andrews, Jr.,
'40, and John M. Noble of Jackson.
The bride is a member of Theta Phi
Dr. E. W. Blakeman Officiates
Dr. Edward W. Blakeman, Univer-
3ity counselor of religious education,
officiated at the wedding of two
University alumni June 20 in the
First Methodist church. The couple,
Miss Florence Marion Hiscock of Ann
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W..ear At Summer Hat
WITH YOUR SUMMER DRESSES.. .
It can be white or black
or navy with white trim.
ALL EARLY DARK HATS
REDUCED TO $1.75
309 South State Street -- At the Dillon Shop
BOOKS and BOOKS
FOR THE SUMMER SESSION
LOADS OF THEM AT BARGAIN PRICES!
Square and country dancing, be-
ginning and intermediate social dan-
cing will be offered at the League
to students during the Summer Ses-
sion, Miss Ethel A. McCormick, social
The square and country dances
will be given free of charge every
Monday night. Ivan Parker, who has
studied at Henry Ford's School, will
teach the classes. Students may
come with or without partners.
Beginning social dancing classes
Will be held Tuesday nights and the
intermediate dancing will be Wed-
nesday nights. A charge of $1.50 will
be made for six lessons. Dancers will
be permitted to remain after the
instruction to dance to recorded
Friday and Saturday night dances
will be given at the League through-
out the summer. Miss Ethel A.
McCormick, social director of the
Summer Session said that these
dances are given to encourage socia-
bility and acquaintances on the cam-
pus. A charge of 35 cents a person
Tea dances will be given every
"Wednesday free of charge.
Wednesday Night Is Set
For Meeting Of Dames
Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Note Books
Laboratory Supplies, etc., etc.
EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENT