Albert Kahn papers  1896-2014
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ROTC (Reserve Officers Training Corp).     (Includes Dept. of Military Science and Tactics. see also: Societies-Military; World War II-Army and Navy Education programs; Military Affairs, Office of (selective service); Ann Arbor-Defense (for local non-univ. units and Armed Forces Day). Activism (for ROTC protests).) 
 
Race Relations.     (see also: Student Govt.; Dorms-Men-IHC; Dorms-Women; Fraternities-IFC; Sororities-Panhellenic; Housing; Foreign Students-Housing; Scholarships (for Opportunity Awards)) 
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 1925-1946
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 1947-1948
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 1949-1951
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 1952-1957
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 1957-1965
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 1966-1971
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 1972
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 1973
 
Rackham (Horace H.) Educational Memorial (Detroit).     (see: Extension-Detroit (pamphlets), (clippings).) 
 
Radar. Before  1959     (see: Engineering, College of-Engineering Research Institute. 1959 see: Institute of Science and Tech.) 
 
Radar and Optics Laboratory see Institute of Science and Technology
 
Radical Caucus (Schismatc group,  1968-1977     (see: Political Clubs-Students for a Democratic Soc.) 
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Radical College.
 
Radical Education Project.     (see: Political Clubs-Students for a Democratic Society.) 
 
Radical Students Union.     (see: Michigan-Political Clubs-Students for a Democratic Society.) 
 
Radicals.     (Includes congressional investigations and individuals. For groups see also: Political Clubs-Communist; Labor Youth League; Michigan Youth for Democratic Action; Student Workers Fed.; Student Defenders of Democracy; Vanguard Club; National Student League; Progressive Club; Hound Table Club; Socialist-Civil Liberties Comm.; Radicals-May . Day Incident; Radicals-Radulovich Case; Free Speech; Academic Freedom; Faculty-Davis, H. Chandler; For groups see also Alumni-Miller, Arthur; Faculty-Nicherson, Mark; Faculty-. Man-Mar (Markart); see also: card under MiU-Protest Movements; Cooperative Stores (for Book Store controversy); Activism (for ROTC protest);) 
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 1934-1954
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 April-June 1954
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 1957
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Radicals-May Day Incident (1934).
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Radicals-Radulovich Case.
 
Radio.     (Includes University Broadcasting Service (except WUOM and television), radio work of the Speech Dept., extension and short wave broadcasting, conferences and institutes on radio (or jointly with TV). Extension stations used: WKAR, WPAG'; WJR, WMBC, WJBK, WERV. Short wave station: W8AXZ (polar). Speech Dept. WMDS see also: Radio-WUOM (FM stations 1948-; Radio-Student Projects; Television) 
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 1920-April 1928
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 May 1828-1930
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 1931-1932
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 1933-1934
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 1935-1936
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 1937-1939
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 1839/40-1944/45
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 1945/46-1948/49
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 1949-1957
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 1958
 
Radio-Educational Applications.     (see: Radio (For Educational Television and Radio Center, Ann Arbor-non-university see Television-Educational Applications) (general file).) 
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Radio-Student Projects.     (Includes Radio Guild: West Quad (WARS), East Quad (WEQN) and,united service of Quads (WCBN).) 
 
Radio-WUOM.     (Began operating 1948. For previous discussions (see: Radio. Flint section (WAJL-FM, which became WFUM) added in 1952. see also: Radio (for joint programs with WERV, University Broadcasting Service, and Speech Dept.)) 
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 1948-1954
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1955-
 
Radio Astronomy.     (see: Observatory; Space Research.) 
 
Radio Guild.     (Student group run by the University Broadcasting Service prev. and now WUOM. see: Radio-Student Projects.) 
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Radio Telescope.     (see: Observatory.) 
 
Radiocarbon Dating Laboratory.     (see: Phoenix Project-Research.) 
 
Radulovich Case.     (see: Radicals-Radulovich Case.) 
 
Rapid Treatment Center (Venereal Disease Center)  1944-1950     (see: Hospitals.) 
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Ratings     (see also: Universities and Colleges-Ratings) 
 
Readers' Theatre.     (see: Societies-Zeta Phi Eta.) 
 
Reading Improvement Services.     (see: Institute for Human Adjustment-Bureau of Psychological Services.) 
 
Real Estate Institute.     (see: Extension-Real Estate program.) 
 
Recognition Night.     (see: Assembly.) 
 
Regents..     (see also: World War II-Administration Policy; Student, Faculty, Administration Relations (for conference: etc. with students).) 
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 1925-1930     (Includes items on Mrs. Cram, first woman regent-1929) 
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1931-1937/38
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1938/39-1940
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 1941-1944
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 1945-1947
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 1948-1951
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 1952-1954
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 1955-February 1958     (For Regent Power, see notes under Power, E.B) 
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 1958-1964
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 1965-1968
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 1968-1970
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 1971-1973
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 1974
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 February 1965- (News Releases on Regents Meetings)
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Registration and Classification     (Includes Registration and Records Report). Directions for advisors: LD 325 .D6 (stacks); Directions for registration: LD 3261 .A25. see also: Enrollment.) 
 
Regulations. see card Rules and Regulations.
 
Regulations (Official) concerning student conduct     (see: Dean-Men (to 1962); Student Affairs, Office of (1962-).) 
 
Religion-clippings
 
General materials only.     (Includes statistics League plays, summer session vespers, etc. see also: Religion-Institutes, etc.; Religion-Churches (and individual churches following; Religion-Michigan Christian Fellowship; Religion-University Christian Federation;-School of; Religious Affairs, Office of; Student Christian Association (1858-1937); Student Religious Association (1937-1956); Student Religious Association. (1957-); Young Men's Christian Association (Includes YWCA);) 
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 1920-1936
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 1937-1948
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 1949
 
Religious leaders     (see also: Faculty-Baldwin, De Witt; Faculty-Blakeman, Edward) 
 
Chaplains     (see also: Hospitals) 
 
Early lectures     (see: Campus Events) 
 
Foreign lectures in religion Foreign Visitors
 
Goodwill Banquet see also Union-Activities-1930.
 
Scholarships see also Scholarships
 
Baldwin Lectures-see also Religion-Churches-Episcopal
 
Loud Lectures-see also Religion-Churches-Methodist
 
Pastor's Conference-see also Extension-Pastor's Conference
 
Character and Religion Education Workshops     (see also: Extension-Pastor's Conference) 
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Religion-Churches.     (Includes general material and smaller groups: Eastern Orthodox (Greek Orthodox; Evangelical and Reformed; Grace Bible Church; Latter Day Saints (Mormons); Masons; Navoo League; Mennonite Fellowship; Salvation Army; Seventh Day Adventists; 'Theosophical Society. see also: Societies-Hillel (Bnai B'rith Hillel Foundation; Foreign Students-Societies-Africa (Muslim Student Association); Foreign Students-Societies-Asia (Hindu, Buddhist, etc.); Young Men's Christian Association (includes YWCA);) 
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Religion-Churches-Baha'i.     (Includes Baha'i Student Group.) 
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Religion-Churches-Baptist
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Religion-Churches-Catholic.
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Religion-Churches-Christian Reformed.
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Religion-Churches-Congregational.     (Combines Congregational Christian and Disciples of Christ Guild.) 
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Religion-Churches-Episcopal.
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Combines Congregational Christian and Disciples of Christ Guild.Religion-Churches-Friends Society.     (Includes also Friends Center, an international co-operative for foreign students run by the Friends.) 
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Religion Churches-Lutheran
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Religion-Churches-Methodist.
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Religion-Churches-Presbyterian.
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Religion-Churches-Unitarian.
 
Religion-Institutes, Conferences, etc. --clippings     (Includes conferences, workshops, etc. workshops, etc. Especially those of Student Christian Association (1858-1937), Student Religious Association (1937-56), and Student Religious Organization (1957-). For individual lectures see the groups sponsoring-the above and individual churches. List of chief conferences (to 1957); All-campus conference on Religion; American Standard Bible Committee meetings; Child's Approach to Religion Club (1932-). Conference on Religion (summer session); Ethics-By God or Men; Forum on Practical Religion; Freshman Roundtable Discussions; Institute on Religious Education; Interfaith Symposiums (see also: Student Religions Association); Inter-guild conferences; Michigan Student Christian Convocations; Mott Foundation Lectures on Religion (1953-); Orientation Sunday; Religion in Labor; Religion in Life Series (formerly called Religious Emphasis Week; (1931-); Religion Today Lectures (1954-formerly called Mott Found. Lectures on Religion); Religious Education Association meetings; Religious Emphasis Week, (1931-)-; Religious Symposium (1953); This I Believe Series; Workshops in Religion and Character Education. (see also: Extension-Pastor's Conference). Religion-Interguild. (see: Religion-University Christian Federation.) 
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 1925-1943
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 1944-1952
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 1953
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Religion-Michigan Christian Fellowship.-a non-denominational group, a chapter of Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship.
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Religion, School of.
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Religion-University Christian Federation (UCF) 1957-.     (Organization of 9 Protestant student groups who cooperate. Prey. called Interguild. Includes also Christian Federation Advisors (CFA), the professional counterpart of the UCF) 
 
Religion, University Committee on Studies in.     (see: Religious Affairs, Office of.) 
 
Religion in Life.     (Previously. called Religious Emphasis Week, 1931-. Also called Religion in Life Week. Series... Month. see: Student Religious Association; Religion-Institutes, etc. (earlier events only)) 
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Religious Affairs, Office of 1957-     (Includes (University) Committee on Studies in Religion, Office of Religious Affairs, Association of Religious Counselors (ARC), Protestant Foundation (counselor) for International Students, etc. see also: Religion-University Christian Federation (for Christian Federation Advisors (CFA).) 
 
Religious Education Workshop.     (see: Extension-Pastors' Conference.) 
 
Remedial Reading.     (see: Education, School of.) 
 
Remote Sensing of Environment, Symposium on.     (see: Institute of Science and Technology.) 
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Renaissance Studies, Graduate Conference on. (Summer, 1938).
 
Rent Strikes.     (see: Housing.) 
 
Rental Properties. Service.     (see: Service Enterprises. Repertory Players. see: Dramatics-Repertory Players.) 
 
Repression (Committee on Repression., Conference on Repression.).     (see: Activism) 
 
Republicans. Student Activities     (see: Political Clubs-Republicans; Faculty and general see Elections-National, State and Local; names of individuals.) 
 
Research.     (see also: Medical School-Research; Engineering, College of-Engineering Research Inst.; Institute for Social Res.; Law School-Legal Research; Office of Research Admin., 1961-.; Translation Service; Utilization of Human Resources; Finances.) 
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 1921-1950
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 1951-1955
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 1956-1965
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 1966-February 1968
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February 1968-Marchv  1971
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 March 1971-
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Research -- DNA Controversy
 
Research (by non-university firms located on North Campus).     (see: North Campus-Research...) 
 
Research Center for Group Dynamics.     (see: Institute for Social Research-Research Center for Group Dynamics.) 
 
Research Club of' Language Learning.     (see: English Language Institute.) 
 
Research Income Fund.     (Set up by-W.W. Cook and the Michigan legislature. see: Law School-W.W. Cook Foundation; Law School-Legal Research.) 
 
Reserve Officers Training Corps.     (see: R.O.T.C.) 
 
Residence Halls.     (see: Housing; Dorms (Men); Dorms (Women); Dorms (General); List of residence halls for men and women in preface of the current Student Directory.) 
 
Residential College Plan.     (see: Literary College-Residential College.) 
 
Residential College Players.     (see: Dramatics-Student Groups. Residential Education Program. see: Education, School of) 
 
"Resistance".     (see: Peace Movements (An outgrowth of Student Peace UnionT7) 
 
Respirator Center (polio).     (see: Hospitals.) 
 
Retirement plans.     (see: Annuities.) 
 
Rhetoric, Dept. of.     (see: English Lang. and Lit., Dept. of) 
 
Rho Chi. Pharmaceutical Honorary Fraternity.     (see: Pharmacy, College of) 
 
Rhodes Scholarships.     (see: Fellowships.) 
 
Richard, Father Gabriel.     (see: Bibliography.) 
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Riding.     (Includes University Woman's Riding Club, Crop and Saddle (women), Boots and Spurs (men), Pegasus Riding Club (1929-31).) 
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Rifle Teams and Club.
 
(Frances) Riggs Fellowships. England and U.S.     (see: Foreign Students-Scholarships and Exchange.) 
 
Ring.     (see: Symbols.) 
 
Riots (student).     (see: Student Life; Radicals.) 
 
Rochdale House.     (see: (card)-Inter-cooperative Council, Inc.; (folder)-Cooperative rooming and boarding projects.) 
 
Rocket Research.     (see: Space Research.) 
 
Rockford Players.     (see: Dramatics-Rockford Players, etc.) 
 
Roger Williams Guild.     (see: Religion-Churches-Baptist.) 
 
Rogers doors.     (see: Museum of Art.) 
 
Romance Language Journal Club. also called Romance Club.     (see: Societies-Foreign Lang.) 
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Romance Languages and Literatures, Dept. of.     (Includes French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, linguistics, see also: Societies-Foreign Languages.) 
 
Roosevelt for King.     (see: Political Clubs-Republicans.) 
 
Rose Bowl 1969.     (see: Football.) 
 
Rosenthal (Bernard 1936). Kinetic Cube.     (see: Memorials. (Not a memorial, however.)) 
 
Rules and Regulations.     (see: Dean-Men; Dean-Women (for material to 1962); Student Affairs, Office of (1962-Women's Joint Judiciary (Late hour infractions of dorm rules); Joint Judiciary Council (Student infractions); Students, Automobiles (Driving rules, infractions); Student Government-Board of Review; Student Affairs Committee, 192155 (Control Student Govt.).) 
 
Round Table Club.     (see: Political Clubs-Round Table Club.) 
 
Rural Life and Education Institutes;     (see: Extension-Institutes) 
 
Rural Health Conferences.     (see: Extension-Institutes) 
 
Rushing.     (see: Sororities-Rushing; Fraternities-Rushing; Student Government.) 
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Russel (Henry) Award and Lecture.
 
Russian Circle.     (see: Foreign Students-Societies-Europe) 
 
Russian Studies, Committee for the Program in.     (see: Slavic Languages and Literatures, Dept. of) 
 
Ruthven, Alexander G. (Pres.)-bibliography;-1939 Anniversary Dinner     (see also: World War II-Administration policy.) 
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 1920-1929
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 1930
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 1931-1933
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 1934-1939
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 1940-1944
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 1945-1950
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 1951-1955
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 1956-
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Anniversary Dinner  1939
 
Safety Committee.     (see: University Safety Committee.) 
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Safety Education: University Safety Committee     (Includes National Institute for Traffic Safety trainikng, Summer 1938) 
 
Saginaw Forest.     (Before 1950 see: Forestry. After 1950 see: Natural Resources, School of) 
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Sailing.     (Includes Sailing Club, speedboats.) 
 
Saint Mary's Student Chapel.     (see: Religion-Churches-Catholic.) 
 
Salaries.     (see: (Faculty)-Faculty; Finances (legislative action)) 
 
Salvation Army.     (see: Religion-Churches.) 
 
Sanitation.     (see: Public Health, School of.) 
 
Scabbard and Blade.     (see: Societies-Military.) 
 
Scalp and Blade (Buffalo and Erie Co. students).     (see: Societies-Q-2.) 
 
Scandinavian Club.     (see: Foreign Students-Societies-Europe.) 
 
Scandinavian Language.     (see: Germanic Language and Literature, Dept. of) 
 
Schizophrenia.     ((Research Center for the study of schizophrenia set up by Michigan State Hospital, Ypsilanti., U. of M., etc. .1958-). see Mental Health Research Institute.) 
 
Scholarship.     (see also: Freshmen; Michigan Society of Fellows) 
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 1921-1935
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 1936-
 
Scholarships --clippings     (Includes fellowships prizes, and loans too. see also: Fellowships; Faculty Awards and Fellowships; Prizes; Hopwood Awards; Loan Funds; Foreign Students-Scholarships and Exchange; Finance-Trust Funds; World War II-War Bonds (Bomber Scholarship)) 
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 1920-1932
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 1932-1937
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1938-1943
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 1944-1947
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 1947-1949
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 1950-1952
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 1953-1955
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 1956-1963
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 1964-
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Science.     (Includes only general items; Natural Science Bldg. and Exhibits. see also: specific depts.; Institute of Science and Tech.; Summer Session-Campus Events (1946).) 
 
Science Research Club.     (see: Societies-Science.) 
 
Scientific Club.     (see: Societies-Science.) 
 
Scroll.     (see: Societies-Scroll.) 
 
Sculpture.     (see: Fine Arts, Dept. of; Architecture and Design, College of; Faculty-Fairbanks, Award.) 
 
Sea Grant Colleges Program.     (see: Great Lakes Research.) 
 
Seal.     (see: Symbols.) 
 
Security Officer.     (see: Buildings and Grounds. see also: Crime; Students, Autos) 
 
(John) Seeley Fellowships.     (see: Fellowships.) 
 
Seismograph Station.     (see: Geology, Dept. of) 
 
Selby Discussional     (Formerly called Ann Arbor Discussional. see: Institute of Industrial Health.) 
 
Selective Service Certification.     (see: Military Affairs, Office of; Ann Arbor-Defense (local non-university. units).; Conscription,-(general file).) 
 
Selective Service Counselor.     (see: Military Affairs, Office of) 
 
Seleucia Expedition.     (See: Near Eastern Studies -- Mesopotamia Expedition) 
 
Seminars.     (see: under department or institute sponsoring the seminar.) 
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Senate, 1922-1954.     (Faculty-see: Senate (Faculty) ; tudent-see: Student Senate; Women-see: Women's League) 
 
Senate (Faculty).     (Minutes and Reports are in the Mich. Hist. Collection to 1948-. Afterwards in the office of the Sec. Sec., 1957-Dr. George McEwen, Eng. English Dept.) 
 
 1959-1967
 
 1968-June 1970
 
 1970-January 1972
 
January 1971-
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Senior Ball 1870-     (Victory Ball was substituted for J-Hop and Senior Ball during WWII. see: Social Events.) 
 
Senior Board (Cabinet).     (see: Seniors.) 
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Senior Girls' Play (1903-30).     (Included Senior Breakfast. Now changed to Senior Night. for which see: Junior Girls' Play.) 
 
Senior Night.     (see: Junior Girls' Play.) 
 
Senior Society.     (see: Societies-Senior Society.) 
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Seniors.     (Includes Senior Board (Senior Cabinet), elections and officers, gift to the university, gifts to seniors, special tests, etc.; see also: Senior-Ball; Seniors-Traditions; Commencement;) 
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Seniors-Traditions.     (Includes Swingout, Senior Canes and Cane Day, Senior Sing, Senior Banquet (for women's banquet see: Senior Girls' Play), Class Day. see also: Commencement; Junior Girls' Play; Senior Girls' Play; Senior Ball; Lantern Night.) 
 
Service Awards.     (For employee service awards see: Employees.) 
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Service Enterprises.     (Includes Bindery, Mailing Service, Rental Properties Office, Photographic Services. For other branches see also: Buildings and Grounds (Plant Dept. and Instrument Shops); Food Service Building; Publications (printing); Alumni-Relations (Alumni Catalog Office): Students, Automobiles (parking).) 
 
Sesquicentennial.     (see: History-Sesquicentennial.) 
 
Sesquigras.     (see: History-Sesquicentennial.) 
 
Seventh Day Adventists.     (see: Religion-Churches.) 
 
Shady Trails Camp (Northport).     (see: Institute for Human Adjustment-Speech Clinic) 
 
Shepard Lecture in Experimental Psychology.     (see: Psychology, Dept. of) 
 
Sigma Alpha Eta (Professional speech correction fraternity)     (see: Societies-Debating and Oratorical (1950-)) 
 
Sigma Alpha Iota.     (see: Societies-Sigma Alpha Iota) 
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Sigma Delta Chi. National honorary journalism fret.
 
Sigma Delta Phi (National honorary forensic society for women).     (see: Societies-Debating and Oratorical .(1920-50).) 
 
Sigma Delta Pi. Spanish Honor Society.     (see: Societies-Foreign Language.) 
 
Sigma Delta Psi (National Honorary Athletic Frat.).     (see: Athletics-Societies) 
 
Sigma Gamma Epsilon.     (see: Societies-Science.) 
 
Sigma Rho Tau.     (see: Societies-Sigma Rho Tau.) 
 
Sigma Sigma Phi. (Chinese women's sorority).     (see: Foreign Students-Societies-Asia.) 
 
Sigma Xi.     (see: Societies-Sigma Xi.) 
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Thomas Henry Simpson Memorial Institute for Medical Research 1927-(A branch of the Dept. of Internal Medicine,. Medical School).
 
Signs on Campus.     (see: Societies-Alpha Phi Omega.) 
 
Sings, concerts, etc     (see: Bands; Music (for non-traditional sings); Traditions (for senior sing, Christmas sing, all-campus sing, etc.).) 
 
Skating.     (see: Hockey and Skating.) 
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Skiing.     (Includes Ullr Ski Club.) 
 
Skit Night.     (see: Spring Weekend.) 
 
Slavic Club.     (see: Foreign Students-Societies-Europe.) 
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Slavic Languages and Literatures, Dept. of 1952-
 
Slide Rule Ball.     (see: Engineering, College of-Technic.) 
 
Smitty's Coffeehouse.     (see: Dormitories (General).) 
 
Soaring Club.     (see: Societies-Aero.) 
 
Soccer, Speedball, etc.     (see: Athletics-Intramural; Athletics-Intramural-Women.) 
 
Social Implications of Modern Science.     (see: Summer Session-Campus Events.) 
 
Social Organization, Center for Research on.     (see: Sociology, Dept. of) 
 
Social Psychology, Degree in.     (see: Psychology, Dept. of) 
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Social Science, Division of.     (see also: Curriculum) 
 
Social Science Research Project.     (see: Institute for Human Adjustment-Social Science Research Projects.) 
 
Social Security.     (see: Summer Session-Campus Events (1950) for "social Security, Quest for" lectures) 
 
Social Work, School of.
 
1936-45     (see: Institute of Public and Social Administration) 
 
1945--Established as the Social Work Institute and changed in 1951 to School of Social Work.
 
Social Work Club.     (see: Social Work, School of.) 
 
Social Work Institute.     (see: Social Work, School of.) 
 
Socialist Club.     (see: Political Clubs-Socialist.) 
 
Socieded Hispanics.     (see: Societies-La Sociedad Hispanics.) 
 
Societies- (general);     (For misc. clubs see alphabetical arrangement which follows.-For, specific group look under name of the society, topic (i.e. Societies-Law), or department concerned (i.e., Psychology-for Psychology Club).) 
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General
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A to F     (Includes Alpha Xi Beta, Americans Committed to World, Responsibility, Beacon Club, Beta Iota Chi;; Beta Sigma, Phi Bohemian Club, Boosters Club, Barnaby Club, Cleveland Club, Chess Club, Crest Club, Dance Club, Friars Club, Foreign Relations Club, Folklore Society) 
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G to P
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Q to Z
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Societies-Aeronautical (2 folders)     (see also: Aviation) 
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Societies-Alpha Lambda Delta (freshmen women's honorary).
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Societies-Alpha Phi Omega (Service Fret.).
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Societies Architecture and Art 2 folders)
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Societies-Association of University of Michigan Scientists 1945-
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Societies-Barristers. Law School. Senior Honorary.
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Societies-Business Administration.
 
Societies-Case Clubs.     (see: Law School-Case Clubs.) 
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Societies-Chemistry.
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Societies-Circle. Honorary for Assembly Association
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Societies-Coif, Order of. Honor Society (top l0% of Law School)     (see also: Law School (for honor's banquet)) 
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Societies-Culture Club.
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Societies-Debating and Oratorical     (see also: Societies-Zeta Phi Eta) 
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Societies-Dentistry.
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Societies-Deutscher Verein.
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Societies-Druids (senior men's honor society).
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Societies-Education.
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Societies-Engineering (3 folders)     (Includes: Transportation Club; Eta Kappa Nu; Pi Tau Sigma; Iota Alpha; Chi Epsilon; Alpha Tau Sigma; Web and Flange; Quarterdeck; Founderyman's Association.; Spoofuncup Award; Society of Automotive Engineers; Mechanical Engineer's Club; Michigan Metallurgical Society; Alpha Pi Mu; Society of Engineer's Wives; American Society of Civil Engineers; American Society of Tool Engineers; American Society of Engineering Education; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; American Society of Women Engineers; American Institute of Mining and Metal Engineers. see also: Societies-Triangles; Vulcans; Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Rho Tau.) 
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Societies-Faculty.     (see also: Societies-Faculty Women's Club; Societies-Research Club.) 
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Societies-Faculty Women's Club.
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Societies-Foreign Language.     (see also: Il Circolo Italiano; Le Cercle Francais; Socieded Hispanics; Deutscher Verein) 
 
Societies-Foreign Students.     (see: Foreign Students-Societies' (cards).) 
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Societies-Freshmen.     (see: Societies-Phi Eta Sigma (men). Societies-Alpha Lambda Delta (women)) 
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Societies-Galens. Medical Society.
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Societies-Hillel, 1926-1975. (5 folders)
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Societies-Honor-(general)     (see also: Societies-Phi Beta Kappa; Societies-Phi Kappa Phi. For individual honoraries see cards following for division by men, women, and by type) 
 
Societies-Honor (Men).     (see: Societies-Honor (misc.); Societies-Druids (senior men);-Michigamua (seniors); Societies-Phi Eta Sigma (freshmen) Societies-Sphinx (juniors); Societies-Quadrants (independents) Societies-Hectorians (frat. men).) 
 
Societies-Honor (Women) (1957)     (see: Societies-Honor (misc.); Societies-Scroll (Sorority Seniors); Societies -Senior Society (independent seniors); Societies-Wyvern (junior women); Societies-Mortarboard (national senior women's honorary); Societies-Alpha 1-,embda Delta (freshmen); Societies-Circle (honorary for Assembly).) 
 
Honor Societies (By Type)  1957 LIST     (see: title or department. Alpha Lambda Delta (Fr. W.);-Alpha Omega Alpha (Med.); Arnold Air Society (USAF); Beta Gamma Slums (BA); Chi Epsilon (Civil Eng.); Delta Omega (Pub. Health); Delta Sigma Pi (BA); Eta Kappa Nu (Elect. Eng); Gamma Alpha (Grad. Sc.); Kappa Kappa Psi (Band); Omicron Kappa Upsilon (Dent.); Order of Coif (Law); Pershing Rifles (ROTC); Phi Chi Theta (BA); Phi Eta Sigma (Fr. M.); Phi Lambda Upsilon (Chem.); Phi Sigma Alpha (Pol. Sc.); Phi Sigma Society (Bio.); Pi Kappa Lambda (Music); Pi Tau Sigma (Mech. Eng.); Rho Chi (Pharm.); Scabbard and Blade (ROTC); Sigma Delta Pi (Span); Sigma Gamma Epsilon (Geo.); Sigma Xi (Science Res.); Tau Beta Phi (Eng.); Tau Beta Sigma (Band); Tau Sigma Delta (Arch).) 
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Societies-Ii Circolo Italiano.
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Societies-Independents.
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Societies-Inter-Arts Union.     (see also: Societies-Phi Beta Kappa; Societies-Phi Kappa Phi. For individual honoraries see cards following for division by men, women, and by type) 
 
Societies-International.     (see: Political Clubs-International Relations; National Student Association (for International Student Association)) 
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Societies-La Sociedad Hispanics.
 
Societies-Law Discussion Club. Early form of Case Clubs.     (see: Law School-Case Clubs.) 
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Societies-Law School.     (see also: Societies-Michigan Crib; Societies-Student Bar Association; Societies-Barristers; Societies-Coif, Order of (Honorary)) 
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Societies-Le Circle Francais. (2 folders)
 
Societies-Literary.
 
Societies (Locality)     (see: under the appropriate alphabetical heading, see also; Foreign Students) 
 
Societies (general);
 
Cleveland Club;
 
Grindstone City, Mich.
 
Hawaii;
 
Hiawatha (U.P.);
 
Harvard;
 
Ispeming (U.P.);
 
Metropolitan Club (NYC and NJ);
 
Scalp and Blade (Buffalo and Erie Co.);
 
Southerners Club;
 
Texas Club;
 
Toledo Club.
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Societies-Medical School.     (see also: Societies-Galens) 
 
Societies-Michigamua (senior men's honor society).
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Box 50Societies-Michigan Crib. Pre-law society.
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Societies-Michigan Dames 1914-. Originally called Association of Student's Wives.
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Societies-Military.     (see also: R.O.T.C.)) 
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Societies-Mortar Board (national senior women's honorary)
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Societies-Mu Phi Epsilon. Professional Music Sorority.
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Societies-Music.     (see also: Societies-Mu Phi Epsilon; Sigma Alpha Iota; Music (Band)) 
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Societies-Music (Band).     (Includes Kappa Kappa Psi (Men); Tau Beta Sigma (Women).) 
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Societies-Outing.     (Includes Les Voyageurs, Town and Country Club, Graduate Outing Club, Outdoor Club, Hosteling Club.) 
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Societies-Phi Beta Kappa.
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Societies-Phi Eta Sigma (freshmen men's honor society).
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Societies-Phi Kappa Phi.
 
Societies-Political.     (see: Political Clubs.) 
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Societies-Quadrants. Men's dormitories honor society.
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Societies-Research Club of Michigan University.
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Societies-Science.     (see also: Societies-Sigma Xi; Societies-Association of University of Michigan Scientists;-various departments and schools.) 
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Societies-Scroll (sorority senior women's honorary).
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Societies-Senior Society (unaffiliated senior women's honorary)
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Societies-Sigma Alpha Iota. Professional Music Sorority.
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Societies-Sigma Rho Tau. Engineering Speech Society.
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Societies-Sigma Xi.
 
Societies-Speech.     (see: Societies-Debating and Oratorical. Societies-) 
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Sphinx (junior men's honor society).
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Societies-Student Bar Association.     (see also: Law School-Dances (for Chancellor's Court Dance sponsored by the S.B.A.)) 
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Societies-Tau Beta Pi. (national engineering fraternity).
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Societies-Tolstoy League.
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Societies-Triangles (sophomore engineering honorary).
 
Societies-Veterans.     (see: Veterans-Societies.) 
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Societies-Vulcans (senior men's engineering honorary).
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Societies-Women.     (Includes Quadrantic Club, Women's Research Club, Graduate Women's Club, Kappa Beta Rho, Underwriters, Alpha Gamma Sigma. see also: Societies-Michigan Dames; Societies-Independents (for Suomynona Club).) 
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Societies-Wyvern (junior women's honorary).
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Societies-Zeta Phi Eta.     (Includes also Portia (original local branch), Readers' Theatre.) 
 
Society for American Archaeology.     (see: Anthropology, Dept.. of Society for Industrial Lawyers. see: Societies-Law School.) 
 
Society for Peaceful Alternatives.     (see: Political Clubs-Non-partisan groups.) 
 
Society for the Advancement of Management.     (see: Societies-Business Administration.) 
 
Society of Automotive Engineers.     (see: Societies-Engineering.) 
 
Society of Friends.     (see: Religion-Churches-Friends Society.) 
 
Society of Indian Chemical Engineers.     (see: Societies-Chemistry) 
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Sociology, Dept. of.     (see also: Institute of Public and Social Admin.; Population Studies) 
 
Soil Conservation Society of America     (see: Natural Resources.) 
 
Soldier Choir. pee: Glee Clubs.
 
Solid-State Physics Laboratory.     (see: Institute of Science and Technology.) 
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Solstis (experimental secondary school)
 
Songs.     (see: Music.) 
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Soph Show. (formerly Sophomore Cabaret).
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Sophomore Cabaret. (1956 became Soph Show).
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Sophomore prom.
 
Sophomore Satire.     (see: Freshmen-Frosh Weekend.) 
 
Sophomore Traditions.     (see: Traditions.) 
 
Sororities (professional).     (see: Professional Sororities.) 
 
Sororities (Social)     (see also: Fraternities-FBA; Race Problems.) 
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General
 
Alphabetical
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A
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B --C
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D
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E-J
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K-0
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P-R
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S-Z
 
Sororities (Panhellenic List of Sororities, 1957)     (Alpha Chi Omega; Alpha Delta Pi; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Alpha Gamma Delta; Alpha Omicron Pi; Alpha Phi; Alpha Xi Delta; Chi Omega; Collegiate Sororsis; Delta Delta Delta; Delta Gamma; Delta Phi Epsilon; Gamma Phi Beta; Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Delta; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Phi Mu; Pi Beta Phi; Sigma Delta Tau; Sigma Kappa; Zeta Tau Alpha) 
 
Sororities. Charities.     (see: Sororities; Sororities-Panhellenic; Sororities-Rushing (Help Week).) 
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Sororities-Delta Gamma
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Sororities-Delta Zeta
 
Sororities-'Discrimination" Clauses. (i.e. Binding or required recommendations);     (see: Sororities-Panhellenic.) 
 
Sororities. Panhellenic.     (Includes Varsity Show, Ball, Workshop, scholarship, housing, Pan-Helpers, parade, sorority-dorm dinner, exchanges, newspaper. see also: Fraternities-IFC; Fraternities-Greek Week.) 
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 1920-1939
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 1940-1951
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 1952-1955
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 1956
 
Sororities. Rushing.     (see also: Fraternities-Rushing) 
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 1928-1948
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 1949-1960
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 1961
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Sororities. Sigma Kappa.
 
South American Expeditions. Lee: Expeditions-South and Central America
 
South East Asia.     (see: Far Eastern Studies. Plans for South East Asian delegation see: Student Government (1957-)) 
 
Southern Asian Studies, Center for.     (see: Far Eastern Studies. Southerners Club. see: Societies-Q-Z.) 
 
Space Physics Laboratory.     (see: Space Research.) 
 
Space Research.     (see also: Engineering, College of Aeronautical and Astronautical; Alumni-Astronauts) 
 
Spanish Civil War.     (see: Campus Events, 1936-7;) 
 
Foreign Visitors.
 
Spanish Club.     (see: Societies-Foreign Language.) 
 
Spanish Lang. and Lit.     (see: Romance Lang. and Lit., Dept. of Speaker's ban. see references under-Free Speech.) 
 
Speakers Bureau (Organized  1967 by Office of Student Organizations).     (see: Student Affairs, Office of.) 
 
Special Publications Serv.     (see: University Relations Service.) 
 
Spectroscopy Laboratory.     (see: Engineering, College of-Chemical and Electrical.) 
 
Speech Clinic.     (see: Institute for Human Adjustment-Speech Clinic.) 
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Speech, Dept. of,  1945-1965 (2 folders)     (see also; .Linguistic Institute; English, Dept. of (for early days only); Speech, Dept. of Institute for Human Adjustment-Speech Clinic (includes Speech Camp; Societies-Debating and Oratorical; For dramatic productions see also: Play Product.-(3 Acts); Dramatics (1 Act, Readers, Theatre, Experimental Playbill, and misc.); Dramatics-Repertory Players (summer session plays).) 
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Speech Dept. summer playbill.     (see: Dramatics-Repertory Players) 
 
Speech Improvement Camp.     (see: Institute for Human Adjustment-Speech Clinic.) 
 
Speech Research Laboratory.     (see: Speech, Depart. of. May 13, 1960-changed to communication sciences laboratory and set up as a separate budgetary unit within the Literary College.) 
 
Sphinx.     (see: Societies-Sphinx.) 
 
Spoken Language Training, Workshop in.     (see: Education, School of Workshops.) 
 
Spoofuncup Award.     (see: Societies-Engineering (campus branch of Amer. Soc. of Mech. Eng. award to professor).) 
 
Sports, Minor.     (see: Athletics-Intramural.) 
 
Sports Weekend. Annual event-     (see: Athletics.) 
 
Spring parley.     (also includes parleys held at other times during the year) 
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 1921-1941
 
 1942
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Spring Weekend.     (Sponsored by Union and W.A.A. Includes Wolverine Derby, Derby Day, Skit Night, Tennis Ball, Arb Party. see also: Winter Weekend (1965-)) 
 
Stadium.     (see: Athletics-Stadium.) 
 
Staff Benefits, Office of.     (see: Annuities, etc.) 
 
Stanley Chorus. Former title of Women's Glee Club.     (see: Glee Clubs.) 
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Stanley Quartet.. (1949-)     (earlier called the University String Quartet) 
 
State and Community Relations.     (see: Community Relations.) 
 
"State of the University" Speech. Yearly speech by the President.     (see: Faculty.) 
 
Statistical Research Laboratory (Est. June 21, 1946).     (see: Statistics, Dept. of) 
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Statistics, Dept. of
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Stearns Musical Collection.     (See: also: Hill Auditorium.) 
 
Stein Club.     (see: Societies-Faculty.) 
 
Stellfeld Collection.     (see: Library-Stellfeld Collection.) 
 
(A.K.) Stevens House.     (see: (card) Inter-cooperative Council, Inc.; (folder) Cooperative rooming and boarding projects.) 
 
Stokes Report (1969).     (see: Political Science, Dept. of) 
 
Strike.     (see: Housing (for Tenants Union Strike); Activism (for ROTC Protest Strike) (Viet Nam Protest)) 
 
Strikes (Employees).     (see: Employees.) 
 
String Quartet Classes.     (see: Chamber Music.) 
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Student Accidents.     (see also: Student Life-Individuals; Crime; Health Service (disease); Prohibition.) 
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Student Activities Center.
 
Student Activities Scholarship.     (see: Scholarships.) 
 
Student Advisors Program. (Sponsored by Stud. Government).     (see: Advisors.) 
 
"Student Advocate". Newspaper of the Progressive Club.     (see: Political Clubs-Progressive Club.) 
 
Student Affairs, Office of.     (Reorganized in 1962 to assume functions of the Dean of Men and the Dean of Women. see also: Housing; Housing-Women; Dorms-Men; Dorms-Women.) 
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Student Affairs Committee. 1921-55.     (Consisted of Dean of Men, Dean of Women, faculty and student representatives. Includes Discipline Committee and Men's Judiciary 1920-47. see also: Student Government-Dean (Men); Dean (Women)) 
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Student Affairs, Office of 1961-
 
Student Art Exchange.     (see: Art, Student.) 
 
Student Arts Festival.     (see: Societies-Inter-Arts Union.) 
 
Student Bar Association     (see: Societies-Student Bar Association.) 
 
Student Bill of Rights (1968-).     (see: Student Government.) 
 
Student Book Exchange.     (see: Cooperative Stores.) 
 
Student Christian Association. 1858-1937.     (In 1920 became head organization by taking over the YICA and YWCA movements. Followed by the Student Religious Association (193756) and Student Religious Organization-1957-). see also: Religion.) 
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 1921-1928
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 1929-1932
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 1933-1937
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Pamphlets
 
Student Christian Association-Chicago Trips, 1933-.     (see: Sociology, Dept. of) 
 
Student Composer's Festivals.     (see: Music, School of) 
 
Student conduct, Official regulations concerning.     (see: Dean-Men: 1962-see: Student Affairs, Office of.) 
 
Student Congress 1946-. Name during election only, changed thereafter to Student Legislature.     (see: Student Government.) 
 
Student Council 1905-33. For Discipline Committee     (see: Student Affairs Committee.) 
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 1920-1930
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 1931-1933
 
Student Councils.     (see: the appropriate school -- Nurses; Graduate School; Education, School of; Pharmacy, School of; Engineering, College of-Honor Council. For high school student councils see: Extension-Institutes.) 
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Student Credit Union.
 
Student Decision Making, Presidential Commission on.     (see: Student, Faculty, Administration Relations.) 
 
Student Defenders of Democracy.     (see: Political Clubs-Student Defenders of Democracy.) 
 
Student Economic Union.     (see: Employment of Students.) 
 
Student Employee's Union.     (see: Employment of Students.) 
 
Student Employment.     (see: Employment of students.) 
 
Student Evangelical chapel.     (see: Religion-Churches-Christian Reformed) 
 
Student Expenses.     (see: Expenses, Student.) 
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Student, Faculty, Administration Relations.     (Includes students-regents discussions. Includes coffee hours by the Union, SFA Conferences. see also: Literary College (for Lit. College Conferences, etc.; Faculty Evaluations; Administration (for Conference on the University.).) 
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Student Friendship Fund.
 
Student Government. (Complete list 1905--)     (see: Student Council 1905-33;) 
 
Student Government     ((includes): Undergraduate Council Undergraduate Council 1933-5; Men's Student Council 1935-9; no active group handled by Union and Men's Judiciary Council from 1939-46; Student Congress 1946-;Student Legislature 1946-54; Student Government Council 1955-. see also: Student Affairs Committee; Joint Judiciary; Elections; Engineering, College of-Engineering Council; Student Senate) 
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 1933-January 1935
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 1935-1947
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 1948-1950
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 1951-April 1953
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May 1953-Ocotber  1954
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 November 1954-March 1955
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 April 1955-1958
 
Student Government-Board of Review.     (Replaced older Student' Affairs Comm. Consists of Dean of Men, Dean of Women, 3 faculty and 2 student members. Reviews Student Government Council actions. see also: Dean (Men); Dean (Women). see: Student Government 1955-) 
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 January-December 1959
 
 January 1960-1964
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Pamphlets
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Student Government Citizenship Program (1953)
 
Student Government Council 1955-.     (Includes 7. divisions: Social and Ed. Welfare, Student Representation, Public Relations, National and International Affairs, Coordinating and Counseling, Campus Affairs. Includes also Travel service, banquet, national organizations, etc. and SGC Board of Review. Special committees: (see the topic being studied, e.g.) Housing; Student's Automobiles; Sororities-Rushing; Calendar; Academic Freedom; Joint Judiciary; Free Speech (Lecture Committee); Sororities-Sigma Kappa; National Student Association; Enrollment; Cooperative Stores (bookstore).) 
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 1965-1967
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 1968-1971
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 1972-
 
Student Leadership Exchange Fellowships (Alumni).     (see: Fellowships.) 
 
Student League for Industrial Democracy. See card for American Student Union.
 
Student League of America     (see: Political Clubs-Student Defenders of Democracy.) 
 
Student Legislature 1946-54.     (see: Student Government. Includes 7 committees: Campus Action, International, Human Relations (see: Elections), Culture and Education. Includes also National Student Association, annual dance and dinner, Big 10 Student Gov. Association, Administrative Wing, Travel Service. Special committees: Gripes, Bill of Rights, Comm. to study Campus Organizations (53), Student Tax (54-) Better Business Bureau, Discount Purchase Plan (54), Outstanding Faculty Member (54), Philippine Fund Drive (50), SAC Study group (54), Laing Plan for reorganization (54), Common Sense Party (54-5) For other committees see also: Marking System, Joint Judiciary, Libraries, Charities, Foreign Students-Scholarships and Exchange, Academic Freedom, Student Government-Citizenship Program (53), Calendar, Cooperative. Stores.) 
 
Student Life     (see also: Dorms (Men); Dorms (Women); Fraternities; Sororities; Student Life-individuals; Student Life-Voyages and Travels; Also see such campus events as Spring Parley, Michigras, etc.) 
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 1921-1933
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 1934-1938
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 1939-1946
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 1947-June 1955
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 July 1955-1968
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 July 1968-February 1975
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 April 1975-
 
Student Life-Individuals.     (see also: Students, Outstanding; Foreign Students; Crime;-particular field in which the student is enrolled.) 
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Student Life-Voyages and Travels.     (see also: Students, Outstanding; Alumni (if continued after graduation);--Dept. for which the travel was done.) 
 
Student National Education Association.     (see: Societies-Education.) 
 
Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNOC).     (see: Race Relations.) 
 
Student opinion.     (see: Campus Opinion.) 
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Student organization for international cooperation (SOIC).     (Votes itself out of existence 4-18-46; functions taken over by Student Government.) 
 
Student Organizations, Office of.     (see: Student Affairs, Office of.) 
 
Student Players.     (see: Dramatics-Student Players.) 
 
"Student Power" (1966-).     (see: Student-Faculty-Administration) 
 
Relations; Student Affairs, Office of; Student Government..
 
Student Publications.     (Includes Chimes, Pace, Optic, Bluebook, Student Directory, Nike, Scalpel (Nurses), Arc-Light (Arch), Progress (Phy. Ed.), Diagonal, Procession, Unofficial, Shield, Panorama, Campus, Challenge, Polaris (Navy ROTC), Whims, *Board in Control of Student Publications; Publication Ball and banquet; Cinema Scope. Clippings for April 27, 1925 gives list of publications in 1857. see also:, Student Publication-Literary; Gargoyle; Law School-Publications; Engineering, College of-Technic; Engineering, College of-Publications; Michigan Weekly; Michigan Daily; Journalism, Dept. of-Michigan Journalist; Press Building; Michiganensian; Architecture and Design, College of (Dimension); Union-Activities; Women's League-Activities; Student Religious Association) 
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 1921-1934
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 1935-1941
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 1942-1954
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1955-
 
Student Publications-Dorms.     (see: Dorms (Men); Dorms (Men)-IHC; Dorms (Women). Titles: Dial; Harpy; Quadrangle; Cookie Press; Adam's Apple; TPR; Every Other Daily; Stockwell Ticker; West Quad Angle;) 
 
Student Publications-Literary.     (Includes: Whimsies, Inlander, Advance, Inland Review, Contemporary, Perspective (Literary Supple. to the Michigan Daily), Generation. see also: Student Publications (general information). Student Records. (Includes question of confidentiality, class ranking of students subject to draft, etc.). see also: Marking System.) 
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 1935-1955
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1956-
 
Student regulations. see references under-Rules and Regulations.
 
Student Relations Committee-See Senate (Faculty)
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Student relief, 1932-
 
Student Religious Association (1937-1956).     (Replaced Student Christian Association, Replaced by Student Religious Organization. For This I Believe series..see also: Religion-Institutes, etc., Student Religious Organization, Council of (1957-CSR0). Co-ordinates student religious groups. Originally Student Christian Association (1858-1937) and Student Religious Association (1937-1956). In 1957 split into two separate organizations-CSRO continues to handle groups, but Religious Affairs, (Office of) is set up for advisors. see also: Religion-Institutes; Religion-Churches-) 
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 1937-1946
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 1947-1952
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 1953-1956
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 1957
 
Student Senate 1937-43.     (The "student self-government body" created as a "Model" senate, to promote spring parley and other forums, and to create campus opinion. Had no official powers. Sponsored surveys of living conditions, scholarship, working conditions, cleaning prices.) 
 
Student Speakers Bureau.     (A group set up by the Union in conjunction with the University Relations Service. see: Union-Activities.) 
 
Student Tenants' Union.     (see: Housing.) 
 
Student Town Hall. Forums sponsored by Lane hall.
 
Student Victory Committee.     (see: Political Clubs-Michigan Youth for Democratic Action.) 
 
Student Workers Federation.     (see: Political Clubs-Student Workers Federation.) 
 
Student's Association for Intercultural Living (SAIL). (now Association for Social Action).     (see: Race Relations.) 
 
Students, Automobiles.     (Includes driving ban, fines by Joint Judiciary. see also; Students, Accidents; Bicycles.) 
 
Students, Employment.     (see: Employment of Students.) 
 
Students, Outstanding.     (see also: Foreign Students; Foreign Students-Displaced and Exchange; Students, Outstanding-Music; Students, Outstanding-Authors. For students outstanding in a particular sport see: that sport. For students outstanding in a particular field of concentration see: that field. For honors representatives see: Honors Convocations.) 
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GeneraL and Groups
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A-E
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F-K
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L-R
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S-Z
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Students, Outstanding-Authors.
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Students, Outstanding-Music.     (see also: Bands-Dance, etc.) 
 
Students, self-supporting.     (see: Employment of students.) 
 
Students, Unusual.     (see: Student Life-Individuals; Crime; Foreign Students.) 
 
Students, Voyages. and Travels.     (see: Student Life-Voyages and Travels.) 
 
Students for---Douglas;-Stevenson;-Slosson.     (see: Political Clubs-Democrats.) 
 
Students for a Democratic Society (SDS).     (see: Political Clubs-Students for a Democratic Society "Voice" is local chapter of SDS) 
 
Students for Democratic Action.     (see: Political Clubs-Americans for Democratic Action.) 
 
Students for Education Innovation (SEI).     (see: Education, School of.) 
 
Students for Effective Action-.     (See: Political Clubs-Progressives.) 
 
Students Organized Against Racism (SOAR).     (see: Race Relations. Studio Art Club. see: Societies-Architecture and Art.) 
 
Study Abroad. Undergraduate     (see: Foreign Students-Scholarships and Exchange;-Literary College (for its foreign study program); Graduate-see: Fellowships; Faculty-see: Faculty Awards and Fellowships. International Travel and Study Information Service-; Student Government (1957-)) 
 
Sturgis (Cyrus C.) Library of Hematology.     (see: Simpson (Thos. H.) Memorial Institute for Med. Res.) 
 
Subsurface Laboratory.     (see: Geology, Dept. of) 
 
Summer Concert Series.     (see: Music Series.) 
 
Summer Education Conference.     (see: Education, School of-) 
 
Summer Education Conference.
 
Summer Session.     (Contains data on courses and enrollments, etc. For Lecture series see also: Summer Session-Campus Events. For institutes see also: Summer Session-Institutes (general) or dept. sponsoring. ) 
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 1920-1931
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 1931-1937
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 1938-1956
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 1957
 
Summer Session-Campus Events     (Contains Lecture Series, Excursions. see also: Summer Session-Institutes) 
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 1924-1933
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 1934-1938
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 1939-1946
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 1947-1950
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 1951-June 1954
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 July 1954-1956
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 1957
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Pamphlets
 
Summer Session (Lecture Series).     (see: Summer Session-.Campus Events. To 1940 series had no special topic. sponsored by several dept.: see also: Summer Session-Campus Events (for lecture series); Extension-Institutes; Music, School of (for summer program);-each dept. for those sponsored by one dept. Includes: Quality Control; Influenza Series, 1939 Vocational Ed.; Administrators; Guidance; College Prof. Workshop; Human Relations; AUW School) 

Lecture Series

  • 1940- American Policy in the. War Crisis;
  • 1944- China Conference;
  • 1945- The U.S. in the Post-War World (also called Post War Conference);'
  • 19)46- The Social Implications of Modern Science; 1947- The U.S. in World Affairs;
  • 1948- The Economic Reconstruction of Europe;
  • 1949- Natural Resources in World Affairs -American-Canadian Relations;
  • 1950-The Quest for Social Security
  • 1951-The U.S. in the World Crisis;
  • 1952-Modern Views of Mari and Society
  • 195-The Popular Arts in America;
  • 1954-Woman in the World of Man;
  • 1955-Michigan;
  • 1956-Patterns of American Culture-Contributions of the Negro;
  • 1957-Asian Cultures and the Modern America;
  • 1958-Religion in Contemporary Society;
  • 1960-Social Implications of Economic Change.
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Summer Session Band.     (See: Bands-Summer Session Band) 
 
Summer Session. Excursions.     (see: Summer Session-Campus Events.) 
 
Summer Weekend.     (see: University Activities Center) 
 
Suomi Club. (Finnish students).     (see: Foreign Students Societies-Europe.) 
 
Suomynona Club.     (Organization for women earning their board. see: Societies-Independents.,) 
 
Survey research center.     (see: Institute for social research-Survey research center..) 
 
Surveying Camp.     (See: Engineering, College of-Camp Davis) 
 
Surveys.     (see: Research; Institute for Social Research-Survey Research Center etc.) 
 
Swimming and Aquatic Sports.     (Includes Fishing.) 
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 1922-1939
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 1940-
 
Swimming and Aquatic Sports-Women.     (Includes Michifish, Ann Arbor Swim Club.) 
 
Swingout.     (see: Seniors-Traditions.) 
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Symbols.     (Includes mace, seal, ring, flag, etc. Symphony. see: Orchestras.) 
 
Symphony Band.     (see: Bands-Symphony Band.) 
 
Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment.     (see: Institute of Science and 'Technology.) 
 
Symposiums.     (see: Summer Session-Institutes.)