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October 06, 1920 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1920-10-06

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Courteous and satisfactory
TR EATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplas, $625,000.00
Resources .........$5,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.

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MADE THIS SUMMER
NURSES' HOME IS COMPLETED
AND ALREADY IN
USE
Many changes and improvements
have been made in buildings on the
campus since the close of last semes-
ter.
Betsy Barbour dormitory, the new
women's dormitory, has been practi-
cally finished and will be complete as
soon as the shipment of doors arrives.
The new nurses' home has been
completed and is already in use
President Burton's house has been
completely remodelled and presents
quite a contrast to the old dwelling.
University hall has been recon-
structed, and the size of the audito-
rium has been altered so as to afford
space for several new class rooms on
the north and south wings.
The new steel lockers for the gym-
nasium have been installed and the
addition of the new equipment will
more than take care of the large en-
rollment in this department.
A concrete approach has been con
structed to Alumni Memorial hall
from the Union, and the old walk
from the Chemistry building to the
Economics building has been replaced
by a new one.
Work is in progress on the Botan-
ical laboratory building and the sec-
ond floor is being finished to accom-
modate the attendance.
A temporary addition to the Med-
ical building is planned to care for
the overflow in this department. The
new building will in all probability
be constructed in the court of the
present Medical building.
Work on the new University hos-
pital has been progressing at a slow
rate due to the lack of material and
the lack of labor. Employees of the
buildings and grounds committee
have assisted in some of this work
but little has been done toward the
completion of the building.
Installation of Lights Helps Library
Lighting facilities in the main read-
ing room of the University library
will be made as perfect as is possible
at the end of the week, when the in-
stallation of lights at the two tables
at each end of the reading room will
be finished.

UNION PRESIDENT WILL
0O SECRETARYS WOR
PLAN WILL ENABLE HONEY TO
BE SPENT FOR ENTER-
TAINMENTS
Announcement that the work of the
general secretary of the Union will
be performed by the president was
made yesterday. This action has been
'under consideration for some time
and last Thursday the board of gov-
ernors gave its assent to the new
plan.
The new policy comes as a sugges-
tion from the president of the Union,
Paul Eaton, '21. The office of general
secretary was rendered vacant last
June by the resignation of George
Hurley, '18L, and during the Summer
session Eaton offered to assume the
duties of that position in addition to
his work as president.
This move will automatically cre-
ate a working fund which is expected
by Union officials to be of great as-x
sistance in furthering the activities of
the men's organization. The general
secretary receivedo a salary of $300
per month, and un'der the new ar-
rangement this money will be ex-
pended for the benefit of the Union
members.
The new fund will be used to un-
derwrite the expenses of the attrac-
tions the Union will provide for its
members this year. Billiard experts
can be obtained for exhibitions by the
use of this money, and whatever the
Union may decide to do in the way of
entertainment will not be held up for
lack of a working fund.
The money will be spent under the
direction of the board of directors
which has been made responsible for
the auditing of the fund.
HOLLISTER RETURNS FROM
YEAR AT UNIV. OF CHICAGO
Returning from a year at the Uni-
versity of Chicago, Prof. Richard Hol-
lister of the rotary department has
taken up his duties in the University
again.
Professor Hollister during the past
year has been working toward his
Ph.D. degree and has been giving ex-
tension lectures for the University in
this state and doing similar work in
other states.

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