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September 13, 1960 - Image 74

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SERVICES UNIVERSITY, STATE:
IS T Geared to Space-Age Research

and bringing them back to earth.
Prof. White said that rather
than take over any space of cur-
rent University fa cilities, the In-
stitute's biggest function will be
to provide additional laboratory
space for University research andl
to be the center for state research.
Institute Branch
Another major part of Institute
work will be the Great Lakes Re-
search Division, headed by Prof.

David Chandler of the zoology de- tion with the University is our
partment. The Division was estab- greatest advantage from Incor-
lished on April 1, 1960, as part of poration into the Institute.
the Institute of Science and Tech- To Study Lakes
nology. "To determine the most effec-
The new Division used to be the tive utilization of the Great Lakes"
Great Lakes Research Institute was Prof. Chandler's description
established by the Regents in 1945 of the most important function of
and operated on general Univer- the Division. This work began this
sity funds. Prof. Chendler said summer.
"the new broader base of opera- The Division is working on re-
tions and administrative conneo- search on air turbulence over the
Great Lakes. Another project is
study of silt dillution in Traverse
Bay, This fall the Division's major
project will be to analyze the dtat
collected over the summer.
Prof. Chandler said most of the
t Division's research would be basic
-pure, scientific research, as op-
OUposed to practical research about,
a specific problem.
SH ELLEY
BERMAN

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AT HOME-The Hatchers entertain students at frequent tea
where guests are treated to entertainment, refreshments, a tot
of the house,, and just plain talk with the President, his wife, an
and the rest of the guests.
Informal Teas Provide
Chance To Meet Presiden

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doors of his lovely home to the
student, body at frequent teas.
These teas have become a tra-
dition, carried on today by Presi-
dent and Mrs. Harlan Hatcher.
The teas are organized by the
Union-League. Besides the Hatch-
ers, several student hosts and
hostesses help with the serving.
Tours of the 118 year-old house
are a highlight of the parties.
The house has many beautiful
antiques in period style rooms as
well as portions of the home fur-
nished in contemporary style.
Usually invitations to certain
campus groups are sent, but any
student is welcomed at any of the
year's events. Student entertain-
ment is also provided.
The annual Christmas tea is the
most popular. The Psurfs from
the Law School traditionally pro-
vide the vocal entertainment for
this party.
The teas bring together stu-
dents from all over the campus.
Very often students become so
immersed in their own activities
that they hardly realize the ex-
istence of others. The Hatchers'
teas serve to enlarge one's view of
the University; at the same time
the campus seems to grow small-
er as its many unknown aspects
become familiar to the student.
Meeting the Hlatchers is a pleas-~
ure which every student can avail
Ihimself of at these gatherings, The
Hatchers truly enjoy meeting the
students,
An afternoon spent at a Hatch-
er tea Is indeed rewarding.

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paper and index guides...1.99
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