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FRIDAY. AU6. 14. 194

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Keep Off The Grass:
Incoming Firesh,;ian Students
To_ Have Full Runa Of Cam pus
*In seven days of whirling social the literary school include: Bill Ager,
and academic activity--filled with I Alan Anderson, Harry Anderson, Ed
coke: dates,, dances, counselor confer- Anthony, Clark Baker, Warren Bout -
ences, and registration climaxed by ' ,quin, Martin Browning, Doug Bur-
the first football game-incomingItoCaecCrlnHe hm
students will be introduced to the tn lrneCrsn aeC~n
M~ichigan campus during Orientation pion, Charles Chaplin, Bill''Cochtan,
Week'. Gene Conncr, Ken Crippen, John
With the acclimation of students' Crow, Clare Davis, Bob Dillingham,
to, the campus as its primary purpose,, Mel Englehardt, Pete Farago, Herb
Orientation Week Activities are de- Fisher, Dick Frankel, Tracy Free-
signed to acquaint students wr'th the mn.n Bob Gibson, Bob Grunder, Ja'ck
facilities and activities of the Uni- Cooper, and Everett Houston.
versity. Also from the literary school are:
On the social side of the week-long John Hunter. Bob' Johnson, Mel
program," mass coke dates, mixers, Krohn, Jerry Lipnik, Howard Lung,
dances, 'coke bars, 'and smokers are Norton Norris. Charles Otto, Max
pla.nned, with a pep rally before the Pearse, Leroy Pecar, Dave Past, Rich-
Mlchigan State game opening the ard Rawdon, Dick Rosenman. Asa
football' season. Rowlce. Harwood Ryndolm. Louis
Campus Tours Saks, George Sallade, Bob Schulze,
Interspersed with the social life Bob Sovern, John Wiese, Fritz Wolf,
will : be tours through the campus, Henry Wolf, and Burt Zuckerman.
conferences with academic counsel- Engineering Advisers
ors and concentration advisers, reg- Advisers for the engineering school
istration, classification, health exam- include: Bob Cohen, John Eley, How-
inations, and a thousand-and-onearHoetergJhnnDc
other activities to prepare the stu- Lapidos, Ed Lau, Jack Lougheed, Bill
dents for entering the University. Millman, Dick Neymark, Jim O'Mal-
Ixn charge of the entire orientation lev Bill Osgood, Harry Petrowitz.
program is Phillip Bursley, French Charles Raymond,. Karl Reed, Dean
professor and counselor to all new Rockwell, Dick Schoel, Peter Sher-
students. Student chairman for the, man, George Snow, Art WisemSi,
1942 Orientation Week are: Virginia and Bob Wylie.
Capron, '43, freshman orientation From the architecture school are
frwomen; Gloria Donen, '43, trans - Bob Yoder and Bob Griffith; School
fer orientation for women, both rep- fo Music, John Eidson, and Robert
resenting the Michigan League; Mar-Hlan;prmcRyodad
in Bforman, '44, freshman orienta- pyia dctoDv ates
transe forimen;taid Srifme, both Theactive list of transfer 'orienta-
representointionMfori enn oth tion advisers for the fall of 1942 for
Freshmn origttheMcignandUirothe College of Literature, Science,
1~rehma orenttionadvser-fo and the Arts include:; David Crohn,

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fGilnor1% Marilyn Maer. Mr Leigh
Nh r Moonre. (I _rlotte MorIry. Lou-
- Muilrr. Betty Oldificld, Carol
Pitcer, line ,Richrt and Donne
Ot1hr ;li tedM X1recBetty Suchs, JOY
Webstefr. Fran1ces TrieStII-m, Molly
WVine~u,. Ja1net Veenboecr. Shirley:
igPeg S.vagey. Marjiorie Smith,
Su1, ea Iah. Wanda lBaumiller, Sybil
GraIhagm. Villa r'whvxirtl'ee. Ann
Kahn. F avrbara Piron. June Arnutit~
to, Cienevieve Fooke. Jean Misner,"
Virginia Jack, ou Shirley Altfeld,
Phyllis Presentt and Sue rCcne.
PI-ograilm Is PJ1pzam'd
Orient athinweek wiill begin for'
both fi'c hnm and Ira w'firs Stunday,
Sept. 27. On Tu~esdayV evening the~
transfer wocmen will take a, tour of
the League, meeting all the executive
cfficcrs and chairmn an11d ending up
for an infor-mal ixe:r in the ball-
room afterw ards. Freshmen will take
the saue tour WednesdAay acid
Thur'sda y.
Friday night, Dean Alice Lloyd will
address the entire group J)in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theal i'e. Coke dates
will be arrangerd between -the fresh-.
men and transfer men and women by
the advisers of the women and the'
advisers of the mhen.
The complete orientation program,
designed to keep newcomerrs busy the
first week, will be outlined in detail
at the first meeting of each group in-.
Arch School
Plans MixerT
One of the leading architectural
schools in the country, the Univers-
ity of Michigan's College of Architec-
ture and Design offers a full quota?
of courses in all phases oif architec-
ture, drawing and. painting, land-
s cape architecture, interior decorat-
ing and industrial design.
A tentative schedule of activities
has been proposed for the coming
f all semester by the School. This will
1) A mixer gfor fr'eshmen during.
Orientation Week.
2) A student-faculty reception
during the first or second week of
3) Faculty teas, to which students
are invited.
4) Discussion groups and lectures
throughout the year by prominent
men in various fields.
5) Design awards for otstandingi
work by, students.
6) The traditional Architectural
Ball to be held in conjunction with
the Business Administration School.
7) Trips to points of interest for
architectural students and faculty.

]M'ihiganensiajn Is
Campus Yearbook
Michiganensian, official University
of Michigan ,yearbook, is the one
publication which gives everything
than happens on campus during the
year;' between its .covers.
The 'Elnsian staff has its own of -
ie 'on the first 'floor of the Student
Publications Building and the lights
Are burning into the wee hours for
rhost 'of the fall semester as members
are hard at work preparing the stor-
isand doing the art work which
makes the 'Ensian the most prized
piossession of the 'college student.
The yearbook contains the indi-
vidual portraits of graduating seniors
each' year, pages of fraternity and
sorority pictures, candid shots of
Mich'igan's traditional dances and
parties, pages crammed with action
photos of all the athletic events, pic-
tures and articles of the student or-
ganitations and reproductions of
campus scenes.

Carson Grunewald, John O'Brien,
Jim Terrell, Don Westfall, Richard
Picard, Theodore Jacob, Donald
Tews, Ed Adams, Ed Aldworth. and
J. B. Dalton.
Transfer Advisers
For the College of Engineering are:
Howard Snyder, Frank Lahr, Bryce
Broughton, Ben Lent-Koop, Mark
Fisher, Jr., Lincoln Aldridge, LeRoy
Brooks, Rufus Teasdale, Sam Coul-
ter, Joe Gwinn, and David Ovaitt.
Advisers for the School of Educa-
tion will be Paul McKee and Erston
Butterfield; for the School of Music,
Eugene Brown and Charles Hills;
School of Dental Surgery, Floyd
Pond and Griffith Cossar; School of
Forestry and Conservation, LaMont
Engle; College of Pharmacy, Rubben
Fried and Arthur Rosen.
From the Union staff will be: Alan
Holt, Erwin Larsen, Kenneth Frantz,
Hobery Aldrich, Henry Kowalczyk,
Don Judson, John - Wunch, Earl
with, Tom Grier, John Laursen, and
Irwin Kasle. From the War Table are
John Stauch, Frank Rank and Keith

Michigan Union Facilities
All-out facilities of Michigan's two
and one-half million dollar Union
will be devoted for one week to enter-
ing freshmen and transfer students.
The vast recreational facilities of
the Union will be open to all-the
swimming pool, the billiard and ping-
pong rooms, the bowling alleys, the
Pendleton library, and the dining
rooms and tap room.




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Prof. IBursley:v.
Academic ian,
Hard Worker
To academic, hard-working Philip
E. Bursley belongs much of the cred-
it for developing Orientation Week
into the institution it has become at
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 khad 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-
Icy became director of Orientation
Period. At this time the program was'
only for freshman students, but a
few years later, with the as~istance
of the League, a plan was developed
for an Orientation period for women
transfer students. Two years later.
the Unrien took over the program for
mien transfer students.
mince that time the scheme has
pi'ogl'e, sed a, gr'eat deal. both for in-
coming fre shmen and For tra nrfer,
ntrodents developing into a Michi- j
gars tradition. Ci:rentation Week
gives all 'new students a real chance.
to get to know their campus, to be-
crue acquainted with mnany of their
cwn' classmates.
ft's A M~an's Job
And all this the result of an idea
br'ught to Michigan 16 years ago by
President Clarence C. Little, the work I
o'f prof. William Frayer as Orienta-
tion hiead until 1929, and ProfessorI
Bursley's work since then.
It's a full-time job, or would bej
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 profes-
sors on campus.

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Orientation ac tivi tic-,[or won1
w~ill center around the Michig~an Wo-
men's League.
The League offers all its; many 1':-
cilities for the use of new s[ idenuls,
including the library. the cafe!{ ('110
and dining r'ooin, the beai'v sop
the garden, the chapel and the
League Ballroom.

Al LIrrod i:40lA Ieotilent extra-currici-
i. ]r'c it l'sro111dances to victory.
I viICS.I' mt onunder tihe sponsor-
(di n 1 (ii'arduate Student-,Cour'-
t il, ; ( 1i101' Sttlsir'ni(governing body
('n tWeC'Mi('hif,,an campus.
'T le ,coleic the Council is wide,
iti: pritnary function is the spone=
0111)of gradurate .'Gdances, coffee
1 (t-t11', mand otlher' social events. For
lii'. C' IXnts, the Council has at its
lisosa1.the luxurious facilities of
h'.; lla( lBi lding, including the
lounesW a Ir'ooiand terrace.

For All Miehigan Men
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Pleasant and Comfortable
Guest Rooms Available



~IUniversitv Flying Club
Helps Toward License
The University Flying Club, a
member of the National Intercol-
legiate Flying Club, is accepting non-
flying students for membership for
the first time this year, because most
flying students have left for service












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