all scenarios suitable
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When Michigan's new science build-
ing is completed, that portion of it as-
signed to the zoology department will
he replete with many of the most mod-
ern conveniences known to science.
Among these is a temperature-control
room for the purpose of rearing ani-
mals and controlling their environment.
A preparation room has also been
planned for the purposed of giving in-
jections, and for the preparations of
skeletons, skins, etc. A special ex-
haust ventelating apparatus will be in-
stalled in this room.
So far as is known, Michigan will be
the first university to employ moving
picture apparatus in the regular teach-
ing of scientific subjects. For this pur-
pose, a special room will be installed,
and all facilities for preparation of the
infs will be included in the plans of
the building. A large photo-enlarge-
ment studio for the enlargement of
charts, and a micro-photographic room,
will give the department a photographic
equipment that will compare favorably
with that of any other university.
Anotlher feature of the building will
be a cave in the sub-basement. In this
cave-room animals will be reared under
cave conditions and by this means or-
iginal research work will be made pos-
sible. This cave will insure a closer
study of animal ecology at the uni-
Added to these features the building
will contain a complete plant for the
purpose of preparing the skeletons of
dead animals for use as specimens in
the zoological laboratories.
The completion of the new building
will mean that Michigan will possess
one of the greatest science buildings in
the country. Three or four times as
much floor space will be available in
this new building as i the quarters
now occupied by the science depart-
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completed, with the exception of a few
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TWO BIG, DAYS FOR
Plans for entertaining the alumni
during commencement week are rapidly
being completed under the direction of
general secretary Wilfred B. Shaw. Two
days are to be devoted to the alumni'
festivities this year instead of only one
day as was the case last year. Tuesday
will he given over largely to class re-
unions, while Wednesday will be a gen-
eral alumni day.
Reunions have been planned by twen-
ty-five classes for Tuesday morning,
and class badges and handbooks of in-
formation will be given out at the
alumni headquarters in Memorial hall.
A student vaudeville show will be
given in honor of the returning alumni
on Tuesday afternoon, after which, the
university band will lead the way to
Ferry Field for the Michigan-Pennsyl-
vania baseball game. In the evening
will occur the annual senior promenade
on the campus, which has been post-
poned from Monday to Tuesday night
for the benefit of the alumni.
Dean C. Worcester has been secured
to deliver a lecture on Tuesday night
after the senior promenade. His sub-
ject will be "The Philippine Islands,"
and the alumni will be given the first
chance to secure seats for the lecture,
which isto se held in Hill Auditorium.
The annual business meeting of the
general alumni association will be held
on Wednesday morning, after which
the dedlication of the bronze tablets to
former President Tappan and to the
nation's soldiertdead will take place.
At noon, a luncheon will be served by
the Collegiate Alumnae in Barbour
Gymnasium, at which arrangements
have been made for 70 persons.
On Wednesday afternoon, an alumni
mass meeting will be held in Hill Audi-
torium, featured by moving pictures,
yells and songs After the mass meet-
ing, the alumni will march in a body to
the Pennsylvania-Michigan game, dress-
ed( in parade costumes.
Th~ie twvo days' festivities 'will be
brought to a close on Wednesday night
by the annual Senate Reception.
Regents Order Fire Rules Posted
By an order of the Board of Regerts,
framed circulars containing fire pre-
ventative regulations have been dis-
tributed throughout the campus build-
ings. these have beentwritten up with
particular regard to the latest regu-'
lations of all the largest insurance com-
Library Receives New Set of Books
Amiong the books recently acquired
by the University library is a set of 18
volumes of the Proceedings of the
Royal Physical Society of Edinburg,
and "The Life of Cervantes," by James
ANNOUNCE SUBJECTS FOR
HARRIS PRIZE CONTEST
StudentsGsven Year to Complete
Manuscripts-Large Prizes ,
Subjects for the Harris prize in polit-
ical science have been announced for
next year. Any student is eligible to
compete, and since there were no
Michigan students in the contest this
year, Prof. J. S. Reeves, who is a mem-
ber of the committee which judges the
essays, hopes that more interest will be
shown in next year's contest.
The subjects are announced early so
that the students may use the summer
months in preparation. They are as
follows: "The Reorganization of
State Governments," "City Managers'
Plan of Municipal Government, "The
Monroe Doctrine; Should It Be Modi-
fled or Maintained?" "The Public Regu-
lation of Wages." First place offers
$250, second $i5o, and third $ioo. All
work must be submitted by May i,
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