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June 25, 1958 - Image 4

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rouu TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY
leuss Receives Degree 'U Co-Sponsors 9-Day Girls' State

Currently in progress on the
University campus is the 18th an-
nual Girls' State, a nine-day ses-
sion in American city, state and
antional government jointly spon-
sored b~y the Michigan American
Legion Auxiliary and the Univer-
sity.
In attendance are approxi-
mately 360 high school girls, cho-
sen on the basis of outstanding
leadership, scholarship and abili-
ty, according to Mrs. Edna
Schuitema, vice-president of Wol-
verine Girls' State.
Its purpose, according to Mrs.
Schuitema, is to teach the girls
a woman's part in politics. "We

Regents Give
m Shiito Post
Dr. Frederick H. Shillito was ap-
proved by the Regents recently as
associate director of the Univer-
sity's Institute of Industrial
e Heuss, president of the Repub- Health.
niversity on June 9. The German He was also appointed associate
etor of civil law degree from professor of internal medicine in
her in ceremonies at Clements the Medical School, and associate
,d Heuss a man who "tenaciously professor of industrial helath in
nfo hesamanehoplteniofuslythe public health school.
ead the citation In which euse rShillito, whose apin
r of en'smoties."become effective July 1, received
of men's motives., his bachelor's degree from the
University in 1927 and his medi-
cal degree from Harvard in 1931.
He has served as instructor of
medicine in Columbia University's
fieia AddresseS College of Physicians and Sur-
geons since 1935.
Conference
Two To Teach
as new evidence of the independ-
ence in middle age of social- IfLuxem bourg
psychological functioning from
biological functioning." Prof. Alfred F. Conard and Prof.
Associate Prof. Leonard Z. Hessel Yntema both of the Uni-
Breen, sociologist from Purdue, versity's law school will teach at a
criticized "guaranteed" enjoyment School of Comparative Law at the
to older persons. "Many activities International University, Luxem-
planned and organized for this bourg, this summer.
market are simply leisure with a Prof. Conard will lecture on cor-
ring in the nose for intelligent poration law;. Prof. Yntema will
adults," he noted. discuss conflict of law.
Typewriter RENTALS
ALL MAKES
SPECIAL RATES TO SUMMER STUDENTS

hope to promote among these man, Holland; Highway Commis-
girls a greater interest in govern- si;ner Carol B o o k e r, G r a n d
ment Itis athr a do t yur-Rapids; Superintendent of Public
ment. It is rather a "do it your- Instruction Judy Geisler, Moren-
self" project," she said. cia; Chief Justice of Supreme
The girls are divided into Court Jane Dykhouse, Charlotte
groups of 20, each group consti- Supreme Court justices ar
tuting a "city." Each group is in- Mary Meier, Huntington Woods
structed by its counselor in the and Betsy Dunn, Detroit,
politics of city government. by nearly 4,360 girls during its
Six counties have been formed Girls' State has been attended
from these cities, each led by a 17 years in existence. Participants
political science major. Robert are between the ages of 15 and
Sawyer, Grad., instructs the en- 18, in their junior year of higl
tire group in the mechanics of school and sponsored by civic and
general government. patriotic organizations in thei
Th election and inauguration communities.
of state officers were held Sun- The session will end tomorrow
day. Divided into two political
parties, the nationalists and the
federalists, state party conven-
tions were held. I 1
Serving as governor of Girls'
State is Teresa Lopez, Milan. To Lecture
Other officers are Lieutenant-
G o v e r n o r Nancy Hutchins,
Rochester; Secretary of State Lee Chrisman of the School o
Marge Brunke, Mt. Clemens; At- Fine and Applied Arts, Bostoi
otrney General Linda Homan, University, will lecture at 4 p.m.
iHghland Park; State Treasurer today in Aud. A, Angell Hall.
Sue Zachariafon, Muskegon. I Chrisman will speak under the
Auditor General Janice Dyk- auspices of the School of Music
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