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PAOZ EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10.

1967,

PAGE EIGHT TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1967

Ending of Fund Raisi arlsBgnigo

The curtain-raiser for the Uni-
versity's observance of its 150th
anniversary came this week with
docking of the S.S. President
Roosevelt in San Francisco.
The ship set sail around the
world from San Francisco last Oct.
12 carrying 126 University alumni
whose aim it was to advertise the
upcoming University's sesquicen-
tennial celebration at every port
of call.
The University has enrolled
large numbers of foreign students
since the. 1880's. and has more
than 5,000 alumni living in other
countries. The cruise ship served
for alumni club, gatherings in
some spots.
Hatcher Joins
Harlan H. Hatcher, University
President, joined the cruise for its
last two weeks.
In a campaign started last year
to raise $55 million in private gifts
before the 150th birthday celebra-
tion ends,/ the University reports
more than $50 million already has
been pledged.

Described by Hatcher as the
largest private fund-raising effort
ever undertaken by a state uni-
versity, the $55 million will go to
support such projects as a new
children's hospital, highway safety
researcha institute, new theater
building, graduate library, student
scholarships and endowed profes-
sorships.
Many Visitors
At least 100,000 visitors, many
of them scholars or public officials
from other countries, are expected
to be attracted to various Ses-
quicentennial Year events. A dozen
or so national scholarly and sci-
entific societies will hold annual
meetings on the campus this year.
Five major plays by Arthur Mil-
ler, a University graduate, are to
be produced by the speech depart-
ment and the Professional thea-
ter Program.
Five major events arranged by
a faculty committee are:
Alumni .celebration, Marchl-5,
to be climaxed by a banquet for
5,000- in Cobo Hall in Detroit;
international conference on "High-

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