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March 07, 1962 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY R

Renovations on Hospital

1.

TONIGHT at 8 at HILLEL
DR. SYLVIA THRUPP
Alice Freeman Palmer Professor of History
presents
The second lecture in the Series
An Inquiry into The Jew in Western Civilization
on the subject
"THE JEWS AS AN ELEMENT
in
MEDIEVAL URBAN CULTURE"

Open to All
MASONIC
AUDITORIUM,
DETROIT
Direct from
LONDON
England

1429 Hill St.

SEATS NOW!
MARCH 29, 30, 31
THURS., FRI., SAT.

N [Us-r------VN1O1V. ,' V-- -Dally-Jerome Star
Regents at their November meet- HOSPITAL ADDITION-As part of a $1 million physical medicine and rehabilitation unit the newly
made possible by the Ford Foun- completed addition at the rear of University Hospit l is shown here. Improvements also include
dation's $3 million grant for in- renovations inside the original building. The remodelling part of. the project is still incomplete.
ternational activities, which was Funds for, the project have been appropriated by the Legislature and by the United States Public
presented last October. Health Service.
SOURCE TO INDUSTRY, GOVERNMENT:
Faces Problems in Basic Research

THE
COMPANY
WITH
John Clements * B.arbra"Jefford 0 John Stride
In Exciting Productions of Plays by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
Directed by MICHAEL BENTHALL
Thursday and Friday Evenings, March 29 and 30, at 8:20
"ROMEO AND JULIET"
Saturday Matinee at 2:20 and Evening at 8:20
"MACBETU"
Tickets at Grinnell's and Masonic Temple, Detroit
Matinee: Main F1.: $2.75, 3.30, 3.85. Bale.: $1.65, 2.20, 2.75, 3.30
Evenings: Main Fl.: $3.60, 4.20, 4.80. Balc.: $1.80, 2.40, 3.60, 4.20
Mail Orders to Masonic Temple, 500 Temple, Detroit.
Enclose Self-Addressed, Stamped Envelope.

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to it that they attempt to train
as many doctoral students as pos-
sible in the hope that more will
be available than are at present
for staffing the, smaller colleges,
Sawyer contends.
Second Echelon
In addition to increased sup-
port by federal funds to "second
echelon" universities, "every ef-
fort must be made to speed up the
PhD. training program."
Sawyer advocates that the pro-
gram be reduced from an average
of seven or eight years "to some-
thing more nearly four or five."
"Experience at Michigan has
shown that one way to do this is
to provide more fellowship support
for the students so that they can

devote themsevles more fully to
their graduate work ,.
Other methods of speeding up
the doctoral program include mak-
ing thesis problems more concen-
trated to be used as "training in-
struments" which can be done in
a year, rather than "major work,"
Sawyer says.
Peace Marchers
Schedule Meeting
The students vho went on the
Washington Peace March will
meet at 7:30 p.m. in Rm. 38 of the
Michigan Union to discuss peace
activity on the campus today.

Z0oNomrPacked eaturoes M Oe Ptra !

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