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Con gdon Named
Dean At Lehigh
Former School Inspector,
Sociology Teacher Here,
Succeeds C. M McConn
Dr. Wray H. Congdon, director of
admissions at Lehigh University since
1934 and formerly high school in-
spector at the University of Michi-I
gan, has been named Dean of Under-
graduates at Lehigh to succeed Dean
C. M./ McConn, Dean McConn is to
assume the position of dean at Wash-
ington Square College of New York
Creation of the office of dean of7
the Graduate School, which was re-
organized three years ago, was also1
announced. Dr. Tomlinson' Fort,'
head of the mathematics departmentE
since 1927 and formerly of the facul-i
ties of the University of Michigan,
Harvard, Georgia, Alabama and Hun-
ter, has been named to that post. He
will also continue as head of the
mathematics department.
Dr. Congdon was at the UniversityI
of Michigan for seven years before1
going to Lehigh. He served here as
instructor, assistant professor and,
finally as associate professor of school
administration and sociology.
Dr. Fort, author of humerous pa-
pers for the American Mathematics
Monthly, taught at the University
prior to his going to Lehigh to head
the mathematics department.
DETROIT-(P)- Charles Adams,
An itinerant preacher who makes his
home here was sentenced Friday to
two to five years in the State Prison
of Southern Michigan for leaving the
scene of an accident in which a pe-
destrian was killed.

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
until 3:30; 11:00 a.m. on Saturday.

Victims Of Mysterious Night Killer

Michigal Dames

Summer Swim


(Continued from Page 2)
Reservations may be made in the
Summer Session Office.
Wives of Students and Internes.
On Tuesday, July 12, from 3:30 to
5:30 the Michigan Dames, an or-;
ganization of student wives and wives
of internes, will hold a tea at the
League. A cordial invitation is ex-
tended to all student wives of the
University to be present. Please re-
member the time as no individual
invitations will be given.
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre: Open-
ing Wednesday. Michigan Repertory
Players present "The Shoemakers'
Holiday," by Thomas Dekker, with
Whitfotd Kane and Hiram Sherman
from ori'ginal Mercury Theatre pro-
duqtion. For reservations phone
6300. Box office open Monday from
10 to 6.
Tea for Faculty Wives and Women
Faculty Members: Faculty wives and
women faculty members are invited
by the Summer Session and Faculty
Womens' Club to a tea on Wednesday
afternoon, July 13 from 4 to 6 p.m.
in the garden of the Michigan
League, honoring wives of visiting
staff members.
Chemistry Lecture. The third in the
series of chemistry lectures will be
given by Professor H.aH. Willard on
Wednesday, July 13 at 4:15 p.m. in
Room 165" ofthe ChemistrydBuilding.
Subject, "Fluorescence and its ap-
plication to analytical chemistry."
This lecture will be accompanied by
experiments and all interested are
. Summer Session French Club: The
next meeting of the club will take
place Thursday, July 14, at 8 p.m., at
"Le Foyer Francais," 1414 Washte-
naw, on the occasion of the French
National Holiday.
Mr. Charles E. Koella of the French
department will speak. The subject of
his talk will be "La France dans le
Monde." ' Special French music,
games, songs, refreshments.
Membership in the Club is still
open. Those interested please see
Mr. Koella,. Room 200, Romance Lan-
guage Building.
Unitarian Church, Sunday, 11 a.m.
Rev. Edwin H. Wilson, Chicago, will
speak on "Religion, Illusion or Neces-
. sity." 7:30 p.m. "Mexico's Revolution
in Education."
First Methodist Church. Dr. Bra-
shares will preach on "Providence" at

the morning worship service at 10:40
Episcopal Student Group, Sunday
evening meeting. Cars leave St. An-
drew's Church at 5:30 for the Mack
Cottage at Whitmore Lake. Supper
25 cents. Bring swim suits. Evening
discussion led by the Rev. Henry Lew.
is. Topic: "The Church and Mar,
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church.
Services of worship Sunday are: 8
a.m. Holy Communion, 11 a.m. Morn-
ing Prayer and Sermon by the Rev.
Frederick W. Leech.
Stalker Hall. Student Cass at 9:45
a.m. Mr. Kenneth Morgan, Director
of the Student Religious Association
will lead the discussion on "Mysti-
Wesleyan Guild meeting at 6 p.m..
This meeting will be in the form of
a conference. Mrs. Grace Sloan Ov-
erton will speak on "Christian Coun-
selling in Boy and Girl Relation-
ships." This hour will be followed by
discussion in smaller groups and re-
ports as well as a fellowship hour.
Lutheran Students enrolled in the
Summer Session will have an outing
this Sunday. All Lutheran Students
and their friends are welcome. We
will meet at Zion Lutheran Parish
Hall at 4:30. A picnic supper will be
served for the usual charge of 25
cents. The Parish Hall is located at
309 E. Washington Street.
Trinity Lutheran Church Services
will be held Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
with sermon by Rev. Henry 0. Yoder
on "God's Hour."
Church Worship Services will be
held in Zion Lutheran Church, East
Washington at South Fifth Ave.,
Sunday at 10:30. The sermon "Justi-
fication" will be delivered by Rev.
Ernest C. Stellhorn, Pastor.
First Baptist Church. 10:45 a.m.
Rev. R. Edward Sayles, Minister, will
preach on "Weightier Matters."
cix p.m. Special. University stu-
dents will be guests of the Wesleyan
Guild at Stalker Hall, corner of State
and E. Huron. Mrs. Grace Sloan
Overton, well-known author and lec-
turer will, speak on "Christian Coun-
selling in Boy and Girl Relation-
ships." Members of the Baptist group
cordially invited.
First Congregationaz Church. Min-
ister, Rev. Leonard A. Parr. A serv-
ice of special interest will be held
Sunday morning at 10:45. Prof.
Preston W. Slosson of the History

The bodies of Kenneth Oswald, 24, his bride of ten months, Paula,
24, and a hired man, John Kujawa, 25, were found in the Oswald farm
home near Osseo, Minn. The three were victims of a mysterious killer
who struck during the night. Shortly after the bodies were found,
it was discovered that a large truck was missing. The Oswalds here
are shown at the time of their wedding.
Madame Chiang Kai-Shek Praises
New Spirit Of Chinese Women

Plan Activities
To Hold Welcoming TeaI
Tuesday In League
Summer social activities of the
Michigan Dames, under the direction
of Mrs. M. A. Shilling, president,
have been planned for the Summer
Session, it was announced yesterday."
The organization was formed in
1914 and has since become affiliated
with the National Association of
University Dames. It provides social
and educational advantages for the
wives of all students and internes on
the University campus.
The first social event of the season
will be a tea to be held from 3:30 to
5:30 p.m. Tuesday, at the League. Alla
student wives new on campus are
urged to attend, and old members are
asked to attend and act as hostesses.
Special attention is called to thfact
that individual invitations are not
being issued, it was announced. Mrs.
R. E. Joyce and Mrs. L. L. Garter
are in charge of the tea.
Weekly bridge parties will be held
at the League starting Wednesday
afternoon, July 13. Mrs. W. F. Strie-
dick and Mrs. G. Ackley are co-
chairmen of these parties.
000,000 refugees from the war areas.
Madame Chiang reported that the
women of China have already
manned hospitals and field kitchens,
tended the wounded on the field, or-
ganized many refugee relief camps,
founded schools, shops and small
manual industries and worked in.
army supply stations.
"Hundreds of thousands of 'war
babies' are being cared for through-
out China in new orphanages," she
cabled, "but all work is seriously
hampered by lack of funds."
Madame Chiang praised her sister,
Madame Sun Yat-sen, widow of the
founder of the Chinese Republic, for
organizing a "Women's Brigade"
composed of . more than a million
young Chinese girls who are in train-
ing as soldiers. Tens ofathousandsof
Chinese women have already taken
up arms in the front-line trenches,
she declared.
"The work of Chinese women in
the war will have far-reaching re-

Meets Planned
First Event To Be Held At
I.M. Tomorrow
The Intramural Department will
offer swimming competition for Sum-
mer Session students for the next five
weeks, it was announced yesterday.
The swimming program consists of 10
events and one event will be held on
Monday and Wednesday of each
The first event, the 25-yard free-
style, will be held at 4:30 p.m. to-
morrow, and thereafter will be a dif-
ferent event each Monday and Wed-
Any participant may enter any
number of events. The final st.nd-
ing and the individual championship
will be determined by the total points
won during the course of the compe-
tition. The winner of each event will
be awarded 100 points, second place
-80 points, third-60 points, fourth
-40 points and fifth-20 points.
The champion, the runner-up and
each event winner will be given of-
ficial Intramural ribbons with the,
option of buying official Intramural
medals at cost.
For those students who just wish
to swim, the I-M pool is open every
day except Sundays and holidays
from 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon and from
3 to 6 p.m.
sults," Madame Chiang asserted, "for
at the conclusion of the war, China's
women will have progressed fully
half a century in modernization and
will form a closely-knit, compact or-
ganization which will save years in
the reconstruction and rehabilitation
of China's land and people."
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In a survey of China's relief needs
cabled this week to Col. Theodore
Roosevelt, Jr., national chairman of'
the United Council for Civilian Re-
lief in China, Madame Chiang Kai-
Department is to preach on "The Sin
of Cynicism." Dr. Parr will conduct
the service and receive new mem-
bers. The choir will sing "The Ra-
diant Morn," by Woodward. Mrs.
Grace J. Konold will sing "Come un-
to Him" from Messiah.
First Presbyterian Church, 1432
Washtenaw Ave. 10:45 a.m., "Want-
ed, A Religion" is the subject of Dr.
W. P. Lemon's sermon at the Morn-
ing Worship Service. The choir un-
der the leadership of Dr. Healey Wil-
lan will take part in the service. The
musical numbers will include: Organt

Shek declared that much praise is
due Chirnese women for the establish-
ment and maintenance of relief ac-
tivities during the year of Japan's
Lndeclared invasion of their country.
China's first lady stated the prin-
ciple concern of Chinese women now
is to provide civilian relief for 60,-
Prelude, "Rhosymedre" by Vaughan-
Williams; Anthem, "Jesu, Word of
God Incarnate" by Mozart; Solo,
"Lord God of Abraham" fromĀ± "The
Elijah" by Mendelssohn, Donn
Chown; Organ Postlude, "Sonata No.
4, Finale" by Mendelssohn.
5:30 p.m., Supper and program for
Summer School students. The Book
of Job has been arranged by Dr.
Lemon in the form of a Greek drama
and weather permitting it will be en-
acted out-of-doors in the open air

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