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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

MONDAYJUNE27,1938

raditional June W eddings Dominate Post-graduation Activities

Here

(Continued From Page 9)
&rbor, idaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
3. Hiscock, and John William Thom-
is, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Clapp
)f Flint, will be at home in Flint after
July 10.
Mrs. John A. Perkins of Ann Arbor,
he former Margaret Hiscock, served
M5 matron of honor for her sister.
VIrs. Perkins is also a University
raduate, as are the bridesmaids,
Felen Ziefle of Ann Arbor, Reta Pearl
icOmber of Peoria, Ill., and Mrs.
Arthur L. Evans, the former Beth-
ny Thomas, of Flint.
The best man was Hector A. Web-
ber of Detroit, who was Mr. Thomas'
'oommote and a fraternity brother in
he University. Other alumni who
vere ushers were Paul Proud, Jr., of
lint, also a fraternity brother of the
ridegroom, Arthur Evans of Flint,
Xnd John Perkins, a member of the
aculty here. Other ushers were
larlan Fullenwider and Leonard
DAILY OFFI-CIALI
BULLETIN~m
(Continued from Page 4)
6ok, at crystal structure determin-
etions. ,
Wed. July 6-Professor H. H. Will-
trd. Fluorescense and its applica-
ion to analytical chemistry.
3d or 4th week-Professor J. W.
wook, London, England. Cancer pro-.
lucing stibstancees. Professor C. S.
choepfle. Discovery and development
if synthetic dyes.
Wed., July 27-Professor F. E.
Bartell. Recent developments in syn-
hetic plastics.
ynthetic plastics.
Wed. August 3-Professor F. F.
Blicke. Developments in synthetic
drugs.
Wed. August 10- Professor K.
'ajans. Newer views on the nature
>f chemical forces.
All, lectures will be held at 4:15
n room 151 Chemistry Building, ex-
ept the lecture of Professor J. W.
'ook, which will be held in room
65.
Exact dates of these lectures will
e announced later.
Dr. Mowat G. Fraser will deliver
lecture at 4:05 p.m. Tuesday, in
he University High School Auditor-
umn. His topic will be "The Causes
wnd Ranges of Current Educational
reends-An Attempt to Gain Per-
pective."
June 28 to July 1 inclusive, Profes-
or R. Keith Cannan of New York
Jniversity will lecture on "The
Physical Chemistry of the Proteins
nd the Amino Acids." This lecture
rill be at 2:00 o'clock p.m., in room
03 of the Chemistry Building. All
tudents of the Summer Session who
,re .interested are\ invited to attend.
A lending library of text books for
he use of students financially un-
ble to purchase their own copies
ras started for the second semester
f the last academic year. Regularly
nrolled Summer Session students
iay avail themselves of the use of
his collection in so far as it meets
heir neeeds.
The collection is located in Angell

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'38E, of Kalamazoo, served as best
.nan and the ushers were Edward
Brooks Bragg, '41E, brother of the
ride, Francis W. Donovan, '38E, of
Binghamton, N.Y., Robert W. Byrn,
40M, of Ann Arbor, and Robert
Shassberger of Lansing.
Is Member Of Alpha Chi Sigma
Mr. Moore is a member of Alpha
Chi Sigma fraternity and several
other societies. Miss Bragg prepared
'or her University work at Tenacre,
Wellesley, Mass., and at Paton Hall,
Romeo.
Two University graduates. Edith
B. Davis of Saginaw and Richard H.
Carbeck of Ann Aibor were married
June 24 in the Warren Ave. Presby-
Freeman II of Flint and Roy B. His-
.ock, Jr., '41E, brother of the bride.
Are University Graduates
The bride received both bachelor's
.nd' master's degrees from the
University. She is a member of Al-
)ha Gamma Delta sorority, Kappa
?hi, Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa
Phi. Mr. Thomas, '36L, is a mem-
>er- of Delta Theta Phi, Sigma Delta
Chi, Barristers, Quadrangles, Druids
ind Canopus. He is permanent sec-
etary of his law class and former
e ditor of The Daily.
The rmarriage of Martha Shores
3ragg, '3'8, daughter of Prof. and Mrs.
Edward Milton Bragg, and John
Clarke Moore, '36, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Norman H. Moore of Lansing,
Nas performed at 4 p.m. Tuesday,
June 21 at the First Congregational
;hurch. Mrs. Frederick W. Leech of
Xnn Arbor was the matron of honor,
ind Dicksie Ann Sommers of Sagi-
law and Patricia Moore of Lansing,
sister of the bridegroom, were the
bridesmaids. Edward H. Parsons,
Hall Study Hall, and books will be
issued for the duration of the Sum-
mer Session by the assistant in charge
to those students who present a
letter from the Dean of Students.
L The Extension Service of the Uni-
versity of Michigan will offer the
following courses in Physical Edu-
cation during the summer:
Dancing Classes for Children.
Taught by Miss Helen Ellis, guest
instructor. These classes will meet
twice a week for six weeks on Mon-
days and Wednesdays-ages 7-10
at 2:30 p m., and ages 3-6 at 3:00
p.m. classes will start on June 27 at
Barbour Gymnasium. Open to boys
and girls. Tuition $4.
Golf; Taught by Mr. R. W. Web-
ster. This class will meet twice a
week for eight weeks on Mondays
and Wednesdays at 5 p. m. The first
meeting will be on Monday, June 27
at the Intramural Sports Building.
Open to men and women. Tuition $5.
Swimming. Taught by Mr. A. A.
James and Mr. Robert .Mowerson.
The class will meet twice a week
for eight weeks on Mondays and
Thursdays at 7 p. m. The first meet-
ing will be on Monday, June 27 at
the Intramural Sports Building.
Open to men and women. Tuition $5.
Tennis. Taught by Mr. John John-
stone. This class will meet twice a
week for eight weeks on Tuesdays
and Thursdays at 5 p. m. The first
meeting will be on Tuesday, June 28
at the Intramural Sports Building.
Open to men and women. Tuition $5.
Students register at the first meet-
ing of each class.

serian church in Saginaw. Miss Da-
vis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
?. Davis, is a member of Alpha Xi
')elta sorority. Mr. Carbeck is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin W.
Carbeck.
Ann Knight of Detroit was the
paid of honor, and Elizabeth Jane
Davis, sister of the bride, was the
iunior bridesmaid. Walter P. Davis,
Jr., the bride's brother, ws the best
nan, and the ushers were Dr. John
W. Barnard and Erwin Carbeck, both
-)f Ann Arbor, and Arnold Norman of
Detroit.
Hold Wedding In League
The chapel of the League was the
scene of the wedding, held at 4:30
p.m. June 24, of Irene Toivi Maki,
37SM, and George Andrew Hamm,
36. Miss Maki is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ivar Maki of Crystal
.alls, and Mr. Hamm is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Hamm of
,chenectady, N.Y.
Gertrude Odgers of Crystal Falls,
roommate of the bride when they
were in the University, was maid of

honor. and Betty Hamm. sister of
the bridegroom, was bridesmaid.I
Charles Braidwood of Imlay City,
former roommate of Mr. Hamm, was
best man, and Kauko Mannio of
Pentoga served as usher.
Is Married In Saginaw
The wedding ceremony of Virginia3
Crane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.-
Uloyd Tremper Crane of Saginaw,
%nd John Gerry Anderson, son of
Dean Henry C. Anderson of the en-;
;ineering college was performed Sat-
,irday in Saginaw. Dr. Harley A.
'Iaynes of Akron, Ohio, formerly of
Ann Arbor, served as best man and
Mrs. Haynes was a bridesmaid. The
ishers included Edward Barrett and
Fielding H. Yost. Jr., of Ann Arbor,
md Dr. Alexander Minty Waldron of
ambridge, Mass., forierly of Atin
krbor.

ling, a quiet family afTair. took place
n the League chapel.
The bride was graduated from
Wellesley College in 1932, and stud-
ied at the Sorbonne in Paris. She re-
-eived her master's degree here. Mr.
°rooks is a Yale graduate of the
Mass of 1931, and received master
mnd doctor of science degrees from
'he University. He is a member of
°Ihi Sigma Kappa and of several hon-
'3r societies.
Jane Fletcher Is Married
At 4:30 p.m. Saturday, June 25. in
he First Presbyterian church, Jane
'Elizabeth Fletcher. daughter of Mr,
ind Mrs. Gilbert Fletcher, and Je-
,ome Wohilich Eberts, son of Mrs.
Alfred E. Eberts of Detroit, were
aarried. Mrs. Francis W. Ryan of
Detroit, at whose marriage Miss
Vletcher was a bridesmaid, served as
jnatron of honor. The bridesmaids

rnd the ushers were Frederick Shera-
on McFawn, C. Campbell Corbett,
Francis Ryan and Jack P. Beckton.
all of Detroit.
The bride attended Harcum Col-
:ege, Bryn Mawr, Pa., and is a grid-
iate of the University and a member
f Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. Mr.
Eberts attended Severn school at
Severna Park, Md., and the Univer-
;ity of Detroit.
Jane Park, daughter of Mr. a d
(Mrs. Samuel R. Park, of Caro, and

Maxwell Doerr. son of Mr. and Mrs.
'mery J. Doerr of Pontiac, were mar-
'ied at 4 p.m. Saturday, June 25, in
.he garden of the bride's home. Helen
M. Purdy, of Caro, and Alice E. Park,
f St. Paul, Minn., were the brides-
naids, while Ann Purdy, daughter
>f Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Purdy of
arosse Pointe, was the flower girl.,
The duties of best man were per-
orrmed by John S. Clark of Detroit,
ind the ushers were John Park, '37,
tnd Paul Park, '40.

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IBUSINESS TRAINING
SUMMER SESSION OPENS JUNE 27

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Madeleine O. Rouse, daughter of were Mrs. Markham B. Coventry,
Prof. and Mrs. Louis J. Rouse wa's Miss Margaret Brooks and Miss Ann
married at 3:45 p.m. Saturday to Mitchell, of Ann Arbor, and Miss
Charles Hauwey Brooks of Swarth- jarriet Shackleton, '38, of Joliet, Ill.
mdre, Pa., son of Mrs. Louis C. Brooks John Harlow Kimball of New York
and the late' Mr. Brooks. The wed- performed the duties of best man.

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