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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

TUE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

[DAILY OFFICI AL
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club (Ga.), Drucilla Hoskins, Sec.
(Ky.), and Elizabeth Walden of Tex-
as, Atwood Hudson of South Carolina,
Jesse Lee Wilder of Florida, G. W.
Fatherree of Mississippi, Wallace
Duncan of Alabama, and Dr. Thomp-
son of Louisiana.
Dr. T. Luther Purdom of the
University of Michigan will be the
master of ceremonies.
Other activities planned by the
Southern Club includes a tea dance
at the League on Wednesday, July 20,
and the annual picnic for the last of
the summer.
Russian Language Circle: The sec-
ond tea of the Circle will be given on
Friday, July 15, in the Russian room,
21 A.H.
The objective of the Russian Lan-
guage Circle, which was organized
this summer by Lila Pargment and
Professor C. L. Meader of the Rus-
sian Department is to give the stu-
dents of Russian practice in the lan-
guage in addition to the regular stu-
dies, and to tlus facilitate their task
of acquiring the richest possible vo-
cabulary within the limited time of
the Summer Session period.
The last reunion of the Circle took
place on July 8, in the Russian room,
which was decorated in the Russian
style. Around the samovar, the stu-
dents of the Russian language were
practicing their Russian, while the
students of literature heard Profes-
sor C. L. Meader read excerpts from
Gogol's works.
There will be a tea every Friday
during the Summer Session, from 4
to 6:30 p.m. All students interested
In practicing conversational Russian
are cordially invited.
Commercial Teachers: Tickets for
the commercial teachers' picnic at
Loch Alpine to be 'held Thursday,
July 13, may be procured at the
U.H.S. office. Will you please pur-
chase your tickets early so that the
committee in charge may make ar-
rangements.

Hughes And Crew Of4 Attempting Round-The-World Flight

flowa:d Hughes, inillionaire sportsman-pilot, and his fo ir companions on a non-stop dash from New York
to Paris arc shown with Grover, Whalen, head of the New York Worlds Fair of 1939, before the takeoff. Left to
right: Ed Lund, engineering mechanic; Pilot Hughes; Whalen; Harry Connor, navigator; Richard Stoddart, radio
engineer; and T. L. Thurlow, navigator. Hughes' time for the first leg of his proposed round-the-world flight
wao 16 hours 48 minutes.

Social Committee
Requests Worker
Any student in the Summer See
sion who is interested in working o
the service or publicity committee
for the ice cream social to be give
Friday, July 22, were requested yet
terday to reporteto the Undergraduat
offices of the League from 10 a.m. t
5 p.m. any day this week.'
League points will be given to wom
en participating in the affair, whic
is being given by the Ann Arbor In
dependents and a group of Chinet
students. The greater part of th
profits will be distributed to need
Chinese students here and abroai
The social wil take place from 8 p.n
to 1 a.m. July 22 on the Mall in fron
of the Rackham School.

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