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IY, JULY 2, 1941

THE AICHIGAA DAILY

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Summer Staff
To Be Honored

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Latest Map Of The Unitversity Of Michigan Campus

At Reception
Dances, Bridge To Follow
Event In Rackham Hall;
All Students Are Invited
(Continued from Page 1)
Prof. Howard B. Lewis, director of
the College of Pharmacy, and Mrs.
Lewis; Dean Byrl F. Bacher, dean of
women; Dean Joseph A. Bursley, dean
of students, and Prof. Louis M. Eich,
secretary of the Summer Session,
and Mrs. Eich.
Second Group
A second faculty group will meet
the students who arrive between
9:30 and 10:30 p.m. Dr. and Mrs.
Hopkins will also head this line.
Others who will receive at this
time are Dean Peter Okkelberg, assist-
ant dean of the Rackham School of
Graduate Studies, and Mrs. Okkel-
berg; Dean James B. Edmonson of
the School of Education and Mrs.
Edmonson; Prof. John Sundwall, dir-
ector of the Division of Hygiene and
Special Permission has been
granted women students for the
activities of Thursday evening to
stay out until 1:30 a.m.
Public Health, and Mrs. Sundwall;
and Prof. Charles L. Jamison, pro-
fessor of business policy, and Mrs.
Jamison.'
Also in this line will be Professor
and Mrs. White; Dean Samuel T.
Dana of the School of Forestry and
Conservation, and Mrs. Dana; Dean
Bacher, Dean Bursley, Prof. Mal-
colm H. Soule, chairman of t'ie
Hygienic Laboratory, and Mrs. Soule,
and Professor and Mrs. Eich.
The °reception will be held in the
Assembly Room of the Rackham
Building, with punch to be served
on the Terrace.
Dance Tickets Here
This will be the only opportunity
for students to obtain free tickets
for the dance; to be held tomorrow
evening at the Union and the League.
Those who are conducted through
the receiving line will be given tick-
ets at the end; others may get tickets
at the Women's Lounge in the build-
ing. /
Besides dancing in the two ball-
rooms from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., there
will be duplicate bridge tables in the
League, under the direction of Miss
Barbara McIntyre, assistant to the
social adviser at the League.
Playing at the League dance will
be J. Clark McClellan, whose orches-
tra and soloists will entertain in
that ballroom every Friday and Satur-
day evening during the Summer Ses-
sion.
Partners Optional
Students who wish to attend eith-
er of the dances or who intend to
play bridge following the reception
may be present either with or with-
out partners. The social committee
of the League Council, under the
direction of Elizabeth Johnson, '42,
social chairman, has arranged for
hostesses to intoduce students at-
tending all the dances during the
Summer Session. '
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July 7.
Tournaments will be posted in the Women's Athletic Building (Bad-
minton in Barbour Gymnasiudm), by Tuesday, July 8.

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Are Announced
Monday Will Be Deadline
For Tourney Entrants
Women students are requested to
sign up as soon as possible for the
sports events sponsored by the physi-
cal education department. Entry
blanks will appear in The Daily and
will also be obtainable in the office
at Barbour Gymnasium.
Golf enthusiasts can participate in
18-hole medal play on the University
course. Tennis tourneys have been
divided into two sections-one for
women alone and the other a men's
and women's mixed doubles competi-
tion.
The Columbia Round type of tour-
nament has been selected for women
interested in archery. There will be
24 arrows at each of these distances:
50, 40, and 30 yards.
Barbour Gymnasium's indoor courts
will be available for women's singles
competition.
All entry blanks must be filled in
and handed or mailed in to the office
in the gymnasium by next Monday.
State Officials
Are Reinstalled
LANSING, July 1. -(P)- Three
elective state officials-a Democrat
and two Republicans-began new
terms of office today with formalities
seldom accorded their rank.
The trio, State Highway Commis-
sioner G. Donald Kennedy, State Su-
perintendent of Public Instruction
Dr. Eugene B. Elliott, and Dr. Wy-
nand Wichers, member of the state
board of education, were inaugurated

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University students and- graduates
took advantage of the last days of' the
Bride Month to become united in
marriage in Ann Arbor and distant
ceremonies.
Marian Allmendinger, '44, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Allmending-
er, was joined to Robert Christian
Zwinch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin
Zwinch, all of this city, June 28 at
Zion Lutheran Church.
Mrs. Zwinch is a member of the
Ann Arbor Independents, while Mr.
Zwinch, a member of Alpha Mu,
honor speech society, is now doing
graduate work in the business admin-
istration school.
* * *
Seattle, Wash., was the scene of
the marriage of Margaret Anne Mer-
kcel:, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. L. J.
Merkel of Chelsea, and David Grant
Douglas, son of Mks. Henry W.
Douglas and the late Mr. Douglas
of Seattle.
Mr. Douglas is an engineer in an
aircraft corporation in Seattle.
Adelaide Louise Carter, '42, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Claude Carter,
and Richard Fisher, '42, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Howard Fisher of
Ann Arbor, were married at Jackson
Methodist Church. They will live
in Ann Arbor.
* * *
A two week trip in the Adiron-
dacks, followed by a stay in Montreal,
was chosen by Martha Elizabeth
Scott, '42, daughter of Dr. Irving
Day Scott, and Robert Charles Wen-
ley Sadler, -son of Dr. and Mrs. Her-
bert C. Sadler, to follow their wed-
ding June 28 at St. Andrew's Episco-
pal Church.
Mrs. Sadler is a member of Delta
Gamma sorority, and Mr. Sadler,
who will enter the Law School in
September, belongs to Alpha Delta
Phi fraternity. After Aug. 1 the
couple will be at home at 1508 Hill
Street.

Of interest to Michigan students
will be the wedding of Priscilla Behr,
'42, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
man M. Behr sof Larchmont, N.Y., and
Daniel R. Ranney, '40E, of Chicago;
performed June 28 in Larchmont,
N.Y.
Mrs. Ranney was a member of the
business staff of The Daily, and Mr.
Ranney was active in Theta Chi
fraternity.
Barbara Lee East, '42, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben East of Grand
Rapids, was married June 28 at Holly
to Roger Pope, '41L, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse Pope of Coronado Beach,
Fla.

Tot Lost On Campus
Restored To Parents
One little miss with grand illu-
sions thought she would be the
youngest student in the University.
But a buildings and grounds de-
partment employe found her wander-
ing on campus and conducted her
to the office of the Dean of Women,
to be restored toher family.
"Mama's gone widing," she wailed
while the secretary called the police
department. A burley man with
brass buttons on his uniform es-
corted the child downtown where
she was questioned by his colleagues.
It was finally concluded that she was
Dorothy Schroen, age three.
Happy ending: she was delivered
safely into the hands of her parents.
Read The Daily Classifieds

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Women Students'
Hours Announced
Hours for women attending the
University this summer are as fol-
lows:
For undergraduate women, Sun-
days through Thursdays, 11 p.m.;
Friday, 1:30 a.m.; Saturday, 12:30
a.m. Seniors have the privilege of
staying out till 1:30 a.m. Saturday
evenings. 1
Graduate women will have no speci-
fied hours, Although the dormi-
tories will be locked at 11 p.m. dur-
ing the week, women may make
arrangements to stay out later.

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Mrs. Giard Will Leave
Mrs. Eugene Armand Giard, who
is director of Lloyd House during
the winter season, will be director
this summer of Straus Hall, house
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