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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Alumni Association Secretary
Lxpfains Work of Organization
For the benefit of the new students to keep them in tough with their Alma
of the University and all others who Mater and aids particularly in their
are unacquainted with the work anct class organization.
purpose of the Alumni association, a The association is composed, funda-
statement of the work of that organi- mentally, of all the graduates of the
zation has been given out by Mr. Wil- University, who, at an annual meet-
fred B. Shaw, '04, general secretary ing held here at commencement time,
of the association and secretary of the elect directors, two of seven being dr-
alumni advisory council. "All the dinarily elected each year. These di-
students now in the University are go- rectors, in turn, appoint certain off-
ing to be graduates some day and cers, as well as the general secretary,
ought to know something about the whose duty it is to carry on thie work
association," said Mr. Shaw. of the association and edit and pub-
30 Years Old lish the Alumnus.
The asociation, which was started Advisory Council
about 30 years ago as a union, of the There is an alumni advisory coun-
alumni in the different diepartments, cil, which meets every year, composed
was one of the first in the United States of representatives from every local as-
to be organized and to have a paid sociation of 50 members or over. The
general secretary. Soon after its or- final authority of this council rests
ganizatioa, the Alumnus, then being with the executive committee, of which
published by a private concern, was Dean James R. Angell, '90, of the Uni-
purchased and 'adopted as the official versity of Chicago, is secretary. The
alumni magazine, association has a list of over 100 local
The Michigan Alumnus, now in its alumni organizations* which may be
twenty-fifth year, is one of the oldest considered active.
established alumni publications in the Each year a large number of the
country. Except for Yale, Harvard, graduates return. "Last year," said
and Princeton, Michigan's alumni Mr. Shaw, "we had nearly 1200 alumni
magazine has the largest subscription back. The newer classes did not have
list, the number of subscribers being so many representatives ;as the old,
about 7000. ~ probably due to the fact that many of
Aids Class Organization the more recent graduates were in
In addition to publishing the Alum- service." The class of '69, the semi
us, the association keeps in touch with centennial class, the class of '79, and
the graduates all over the country, and the classes of '94 and 94L were repre-
by publishing through its magazine re- sented, while. the class of '59 had three
ports of what they are doing, it helps of seven living members present.
Ex-19 to Resume Studies
BIBLE n CHAIn nRufus H. Knight,. ex-'19, who has
st been discharged from service in
the navy where he served as a lieuten-
FNrant, will resume his studies in the

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An imposing addition to the campus
religious institutions is proposed by
the Michigan Bible Chair, which will
erect a two-story brick building early
next spring on the site of their present
home at South State street and Jeffer-
son avenue.
Cost $71,000
This structure, which will cost about
$75,000, will have a 90 foot frontage on
State street and will extend back 54
feet on Jefferson. It Is planned to,
make the :interior homelike and com-
fortable, while providing ample room
for the various activities of the society.-
Large Auditorium
The basement will be taken up with
class rooms and rooms for entertain-
ments. The first floor will contain a
large reading room and several offices.
The entire second floor will be given
over to the Upper Room Bible class
room, an auditorium with a seating
capacity of between 600 and 700. This
will be so arranged that it may be di-
vided into smaller apartments for the
use of study or discussion groups.
Wart Interrupts Work
Need for larger quarters has been
felt for a long time, and, had it not
been for the war, the building would
have been erected some time ago. Plans
are now in the hands of Mr. T. M. Iden,
who is in charge of the work here.
The building expenses will be defrayed
by the Christian Women's Board of
Missions and the Upper class alumni.
MUSEUM RECEIVES'
ZOOLOGICAL GIFTS
Throe zoological gifts, collections of
scientific interest, were accepted at the
November meeting of the Board of
Regents.
The Museum d' Histoire Naturelle,
Paris, sent a series of European and
Asiatic reptiles and amphibians. Dr.
MariePhesalix a herpetologist of note,
presented a, collection of African and
European reptiles and amphibians.
A third gift of unusual interest was
a specimen of giant tortoise from the
Galapagos islands, donated by the mu-
seum of comparative zoology at Har-
yard. Recent species of this tortoise
have been largely exterminated, it be-
ing found only on a few islands in the
Pacific. R
One collection, consisting of several
thousand specimens of the whitefish
of Lake Huron, Is expected by the mu-
seum of zoology. These specimens,
gathered in the course of an investi-
gation by the United States Fish com-
mission, will be of peculiar value as
representing the Michigan fauna.
A second collection of similar nature
represents the fish fauna of the state.
This collection has been accumulated
by the Michigah geological and biolog-
ical survey. It consists of about 100,-
000 specimens.

Medical school. Lieutenant Knight
served on the, "transport ace," S. St
Leviathan, for several.months prier to
his release.
Nebraska Legion Denounces R W. W.
The American Legion at the Univer-
sity of Nebraska has taken its stand
against bolshevism and radicalism. The
post commander said that the first en-
deavor of the Legion will be to rid the
country of the I. W. W. andl elements
supporting the red flag.
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