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UST 16, 1941

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Orientation Program To Center In Union, I

League

These Students To Take Part
In Men's-Orientation Program

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Advisers for freshman men students
this year will remain in contact with
those in their group throughout the
first semester. , Fresmen will be as-
signed to a group, each to have two
advisers and between 25 and 30 new
students. ,
In the literary college adviserq will
be Doug Burton and Bob Johnson,
Group 25; John Dighton and Dean
Thomas, Group 26; Fred Gipson and
Phil White, Group 27; Bob Morri-
son and Stan Winkleman, Group 28,
and Bob Begle and Jim Gormsen,
Group 29.
Others will be John Howard, Dick
Strain, 30; Kick Hutchinson, Jim
Cobb, 31; Gil Gambs, Art Borinson,
32; Willie Glas, Al Leiman, 33; Stan
Hartman, Bob Dillingham, 34; Elwin
Hendricks, Bob Hoffman, 35; Dick
Shanks, Tilden Batcheldor, 36; Phil
Van Nordstrand, Bill Caruthers, 37;
Jack Allen, Bill Altman, 38, andGor-
don Andrews, Andy Caughey, 39.
Bill Dewit, Dean Burdick, 40; Herb
Fisher, Bruce Forbes, 41; John Crow,
Jack Gordon, '42; John Mikulich,
Chuck Otto, 43; Pete Ferago, Ken
Repola, 44; George Sallade, Albin
Schinderle, 45; Dick Walktr, Irv Slif-
kin, 46; Eric Wright, Ira Wilson, 47;
Jim Rodgers, Lewis Saks, 48; Chuck
Kennedy, Dick Ludwig, 49; Elmer
Hitt, George Irwin, 50; Ed Tann,
John Huttlinger, 51, and Leon Co-
quilette, Jim Garvin, 52, complete the
list of literary college advisers.
Advisers for other colleges will be
listed according to home towns. En-
gineering college advisers will be Lee
Aldinger, York, Pa.; Harry Altman,
Kew Gardens, N.Y.; Bob Arnold, Cor-
al Gables, Fla.; Dick Ebbets, Irving-
ton, N.Y.; Jim Edmunds, Toledo, 0.;
Dick Guathier, Detroit; Vern Ken-
/ nedy,- Evanston, Ill.; Stew Johnson,
Grand Haven, and Bill Lehman, De-
troit.
Other engineers who will serve as
advisers are John McDowell, Little
Rock, Ark. ; Jim O'Malley, Port Jer-
vis, N.Y.; Harry Petrowitz, Lansing;
Jim Pierce, °Washington; Dave Rob-
ertson, Detroit; Cart Taylor; Roches-
ter, N. Y':; Art Thomson., Ferndale;
Bob Voss, Kalamazoo; Pete Wingate,
Chicago; Dick Wirth, Detroit, and
Howard Howerth, Detroit.
Ronald Chadwick, Norwick, N. Y.,
will be the adviser for students enter-
ing the School of Pharmacy, and
Clinton Mahlke, Ann Arbor, for new
education students.
Music School advisers will be Don-

All men transfer, students are re-
quested to report to the Michigan
Union before they do anything else.
Advisers have been appointed to ac-
quaint them. with the campus and to
aid them in registration and getting
settled in Ann Arbor.
Jim Conant, Cambridge, Mass., Buzz
Stuch, Allegan, Charles Erickson, Rar-
cine, Wis., John Middleton, Palmyr a,
N.Y., Buck Dawsn, Evanston, Ill..,
Charles Rothschild, Fort Wayne, Ind.,
Merle Webb, Ann Arbor, and Larr.,v
Vincent, Detroit, will be transfer ad.-
visers in the College of Literature,
Arts and Sciences.
Other advisers will be Elmer Radi-
ka, Detroit, James Wolf, Denver,
Colo., Henry Levinstein, Brooklyn.,
John Erpelding, Chicago, Marvin,
Raffel, Newark, N.J., Tom Dalrymple,
Youngstown, O., Ed Steele, Elmira,t

Vast Facilities
Will Be Open
To All. Students
Two Tea Dances, Smoker
Arranged; Coke Dates
To Be Added Feature
All-out facilities of Michigan's two
and one-half million dollar Union
will be devoted for one week to more
than 2,000 freshmen and transfer
students entering' the University in
September.
As a part of Orientation Week, the
vast recreational facilities of the Un-
ion will be open to all-the modern
swimming pool, the billiard and ping-
pong rooms, seven bowling alleys, the
cafeteria and tap room and the Pen-
dleton Library.
As a new feature of Orientation

Prof. Bursley:
Academician,
Hard-Worker

Teas, Dances
To Highlight
Entire Week
Reception For Transfers
To Be Week's Feature;
7-11 Club To Be Open
Orientation activities for women
students, both freshmen and trans-
fers, will center about Michigan's Wo-;
men's League.
During Orientation Week the
League will sponsor mixers for trans-
fer and women students, and will fur-
nish a focal point for all orientation
functions.
The League offers all its many
facilities for the use of new students
during Orientation Week, including
the library, the cafeteria and dining
room, the beauty shop, the garden
used for teas and receptions, the

Women's Orientation Program
To Be Carried Out By These

With Elizabeth Luckham, '42,'
chairman, Hazel Burgess, '42. and
Grace Procter, '43, on the committee
in charge of freshman women orien-
tation week, 56 Michigan coeds will
devote one week this September to
aiding and orienting newcomers to
the campus.
Fresman orientation advisers for
1941 are: Doria Allen, '42, Betty Alt-
man, Donna Baisch, '42, Elaine Barth,
'43, Janice Benson, '42, Susanne
Bentley, '42, Margaret Brown, '43,
and Jeanne Bouchard, '42.
Others who will aid in the program
are Carolyn Byrne, '42, Virginia Ca-
pron, '43, Joanne Clement, '42, Jane
Connell, '42, Margaret Collins, '43,
Jean Coffelt, '43, Jeanne Cordell, '43,

To Guide Orientation'Week Activities

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ROBERT MATTHEWS, '43 ROBERT BURSTEIN, '43
. .freshman chairman ... transfer chairman

To academic, hard-working Philip
E. Bursley belongs much of the credit
for developing Orentation Week into
the Institution it has become at
Michigan.
Professor Bursley, brother of Dean
Joseph A. Bursley, and assistant pro-
fessor of French, took over the Ori-
entation ;Program in 1929, after the
germ of the scheme had been planted
at the University three years.
The idea originated with President
Clarence C. Little, who came to the
campus in 1925. The plan had been
developed at the University of Maine.
A Tentative Plan
In 1926 a tentative plan was put
into operation, with around 40 coun-
selors, and a full seven-day program.
Three years later Professor Burs--
ley became director of Orientation
Period. At this time the program
was only for freshman students, but
a few years later, with the assistance
of the League, a plan was developed
for an Orientation period for women
transfer students. Two years later
the Union took over the program for
men transfer students.
Since that time the scheme has
progresseda great deal, both for in-
coming freshmen and for transfer
students, development into a Michi-
gan tradition. Orientation Week
gives all new students a real chance
to get to know their cambus, to be-
come acquainted with many of their
own classmates.
It's A Man's Job
And all this the result of an idea
brought to Michigan 16 years ago by
President Clarence C. Little, the work
of Prof. William Frayer as Orienta-
tion head until 1929, and Professor
Bursley's work since then.
It's a full-time job, or would be
for any other man. There are fresh-
men and transfer applications all
year around, questions and hundreds
seeking advice. But Phil Bursley
fills the role more than satisfactorily,
and finds time, too, to teach French
and be one of the most popular pro-
fessors on campus.
Freshp'tan, Transfer
Orientation Program

To Guide Orientation Week Activities

Mary Gardner, '42, will be chair-
man of the committee in charge of
Orientation Week for transfer wom-
en. Others on the committee will be
Cleo Jean Covert, '42, and Mercedes
Matthews, '42.
Those assisting in the program will
be Frances Aaronson, '42, Meta J.
Criswell, '43, Suzanne J. Barlow, '42,
Mary Jane Denison, '42, Dorothy E.
Brooks, '42, and Rosamund Griggs,
'42.
Other Advisers
Others advisers for transfer stu-
dents will be Barbara Burns. '43,
Barbara Jenswold, '43, Jean Sollitt,
'42, Betty Kefgen, '421 Jean Mieras,
'43, Jane Zimmerman, '42, Marjorie
Taylor, '42A, Harriet Heames, '42,
and Victoria Henry.
Marie Holmes, '42, Marcia Karn,
'42, Marallyn MacRitchie, '43, Jean
Mullins, '43, Marjorie Teller, '438N,
and Lois Gish, '42, will also serve as
Orientation advisers.
The list also includes Elinor Searls,
'42, Ann Winters, '42, Ellen Was, '42,
Marjorie Mellot, '43SM, Janet Ede-
len, '43Ed, Ann Bursley, '43Ed, and
Jeanne Crump, '42.
Center In League
Orientation activities for women-
students transferring to the Univer-
sity will center in the Women's
League. The week's program will be-
gin when advisers will meet transfer
students at 8 a.m., September 23, in
the League Ballroom.
Highlight of the week's activities
will be .the reception and mixer for
transfer students at 8 p.m., Septem-
ber 24, also in the League Ballroom.
lin, '42, will also aid with the Orien-
tation .Week Program.
Other advisers will be Marjorie Ma-
hon, '43, Jean Manwaring, '42, Patri-
cia MacFarland, '42, Virginia Morse,
'43, Martha Poe, '43, Virginia Pater-
son, '42, Mary Pfender, '43, Betty
Partenfelder, '42, Mary Pate, '43,
Eleanor Rakestraw, '42, Ruth Rein-
hard, 42,JEmily Root, '42, Jane Ros
ing, '42, Jean Ranahan, '43, AoVira
Sata, '42, Elinor Schwartz, '42, Rose-
bud Scott, '42, Marjorie Storken, '43,
and Virginia Stover, '42.
Mary Trelfa, '42, Anna Jean Wil-
liams, '43, Joanne Woodward, '43,
Margaret J. Wright, '42, and Peg
Wiseman, '42, complete the list.

ELIZABETH LUCKHAM, '42 MARNY GARDNER, '42
... freshman chairman . . . transfer chairman

N.Y., and Lyons Howland, Highland
Park.
In the engine college advisers willj
be Don West, Westfield, N.J., Rufus
Teasdale, Grand Rapids, Ross Clark,
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ald Plott, Detroit, and Bob Brodie,
Rochester, N. Y., and Bert Trowell,
Detroit, will be advisers for the archi-
tecture school.

Week this year, individual coke dates
will be arranged for men and women
of the freshmen class in order to get
the group better acquainted as a
whole. The program will be carried
out with the cooperation of the ad-
visers and under the supervision of
Bob Matthews, '43.
Freshmen are urged to obtain their
Union membership cards and buttons
at the Student Offices in the Union

chapel and the League Ballroom.
All the class projects, such as Soph
Cabaret and Frosh Project, center
around the League, and the Ballroom
is the scene of suchacanmpus func-
tions as the Crease Ball and Odonto
Ball.
Every Friday and Saturday night,
starting the first week of classes, the
7-11 Club is open to all students,

Mary DeMong, '42, Gloria Donen, '43,
and Betty Erdmann, '43. s-
Mary Louise Ewing, '43, Constance
Gilbertson, '42, Nancy Gould, '42,
Janet Grace, '42, Betty Griswold, '43,
Alice Haas, '42, Elnice -Hoffer, '43,
Betty Ivanoff, '43, Doris Jones, '42,
Lorraine Judson, '43, Dorothy John-.
son, '43, Detty Krall, '43, Mary Vir-
ginia Mitchell, '42, and Viola Mod-

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UNIVERSITY of MICHIGAN

THE MICuHIGAN LEAUE

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For All Michigaun Men
tihe Union hats

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SWIMMING

POOL

BALLROOM

BOWLING ALLEYS
STEAM ROOM

BILLIARD ROOM
PING PONG
LIBRARY
DINING ROOM
CAFETERIA
BARBER SHOP
LOUNGES
GUEST ROOMS
Pleasant and Comfortable
Guest Rooms Available
For Your Family

Freshman Men
Sept. 22-12:30 p.m. Orientation
period begins;
8:00 p.m. Address, Hill
Auditorium.
Sept. 23- 7:30 p.m. House meetings
for Residence Hall students.
Sept. 24- 8:00 a.m. Scholastic Ap-
titude Test I, Hill Auditorium.
Sept. 25- 8:00 p.m. Mixer, Michi-
gan Union.
Sept. 26- 8:00 a.m. Scholastic Ap-
titude Test II, Hill Auditorium.
Sept. 27-10:15 a.m. Reading Test,
Hill Auditorium.
Transfer Men
Sept. 23- 8:00 a.m. Orientation
period begins;
7:30 p.m. House meetings
for Residence Hall students.
Sept. 24-- 7:30 p.m. Reception and
Mixer, Michigan League, Main
Ballroom.
Sept. 25- 8:00 p.m. Mixer, Michi-
gan Union.
Freshman Women
Sept. 22-12:30 p.m. Orientation
period begins.
Sept. 24- 4:00 p.m. Sports Demon-
stration and Style Show, Wom-
en's Athletic Building.
8:00 p.m. Introduction of
League Council, skits from
class projects. Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre, Michigan
League.
Sept. 25- 8:00 p.m. Reception by
Dean Lloyd. Michigan League.
Oct. 1- 5:00 p.m. Lecture, Dean
Lloyd, Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.

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