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Union art committee which selected under which it will be viewed in the I
TCHINS PORTHIT the Chicago artist. future.
Pa.Ited ereIs Fine Likeness
Painted Here Consensus of opinon seems to be
A campaign among students, faculty that the artist has expressed in hise
and resident alumni raised the money work the dominating qualities of a
for the picture, and the motive behind President Hutchins' personality with-~
AW FINDS SATISFACTION EX- the plan was a final tribute to the re- out sacrificing the likeness in any de-c
PRESSED BY ALL SEEING tiring president. gree. At the same time, it possesses
THE WORK Mr. Clarkson, who is considered the a quiet dignity which fits in very wellr
leading portrait painter of the west, with the University's official portraitt
atisfaction with Ralph Clarkson's spent the month of May in Ann Arbor. of the president.I
trait of President Harry B. Hutch- The actual painting was done in the Presentation of the portrait to the
has been evidenced generally by yet unfinished reading room of the1 University was made at the annual
se who have seen' the completed Union, where the portrait will event- meeting of the alumni in Hill audito-
nting, according to Mr. Wilfred B. ually hang on the opposite side of the rium during commencement week.
w, secretary of the Alumni asso- large mantel from the Chase portrait
ion, who, with Irving K. Pond, '75, of President James B. Angell. This
hitect of the Union building, and enabled the painting to be done under O
d Bachman, '20, composed the the same lighting conditions as thoseI
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Rooms__FOR 9ALL
(Continued from Page One)
Under his direction a corps of stu-
dent workers started a house to house
-canvass early last summer. Tabula-
tion of the work of this committee
showed that 750 houses were visited.
In these houses 2,200 students had al-
ready made arrangements for accom-
modations and rooms for 800 more
were listed. Since that time about
1,500 rooms have been listed with the
y~ ; "tr committee. The committee further
estimates that approximately 2,000 of
the men students live either in Ann
-.. .,Arbor or so near that they will not
require rooms. This just takes care
of the 6,500 men students expected to
' :. register this year.
Terbal Contracts Broken
The case of the worfen is somewhat
different, as they are required to live
HERE'S unlimited pleasure and enjoyment to be had in sorority or approved houses or in
in the abilty to play a musical instrument- n hertydrito ine s tainl
ablt Another hitch in the situation lies
And the ease, and quickness with which you can = in the fact that in few of the cases
learn to play any of the sinall instruments will really surprise - had the students who engaged their
you. We have, a most complete assortment of rooms last summer made written con-
you. eaotracts with their landladies, and a
higher rent was demanded when they
VIOLINS MANDOLINS MANJOS UKULELES a returned this year than they had
agreed to pay when making the orig-
GUITARS ACCORDIONS SAXOPHONES = inal agreement. While the University,
during past years, has stood back of
-together with band and orchestra instruments and all mu- E the landladies and has seen to it that
the student did not break his part of~
sical supplies. the verbal contract, there has never
C been any pressure brought to bear on
To show and demonstrate any instrument you may be = the landladies. It is the hope of the
nterested in, places you under no obligation whatever - new administration to take care of
this matter and provide some backing
rather it is certain to prove of interest to you and a genuine = for the student.
pleasure to us. You'll find our salespeople courteous and Want "Campus Rooms"- ,
only too glad to give you any information or advice. Drop The difficulty in housing the stu-
in a yor fist pporuniy != dents has not been so much due to
at frst ppotuniy =any lack of rooms, but rather to the
- fact that the students do not wish to
room more than a five minutes' walk
from the campus, which cuts down
considerably the list of desirable
rooms. Students, however, have
: brought themselves to take rooms out-
side of this area. To take care of stu-
dents for a few nights while. they were
locating a permanent place to live the
University bought 65 double-deck cots
Michigan's Leading Music House and bedding .to accommodate 130 men.
116 SOUTH MAIN STREET
Wsconsin Enrollment No Larger
Enrollment at the University of Wis-
Wsconsin will be about 7,000 this year, a
Steinway and other famous' pianos ! figure representing no gain over last
year, according to the Scarlet and
Black.

PROF. WALTER DILL SCOTT
NEW NORTHWESTERN HEAD
Prof. Walter Dill Scott has been
elected to succeed Dr. Lynn H. Hough
as president of Northwestern univer-
sity. Professor Scott has been head
of the psychology department at
Northwestern since 1905, and served
as a colonel on the general staff of
the army from July, 1917, to April,
1919.
UNIVERSITY EMPLOYEE
ACCEPTS SECRETARYSHIP
Bertha C. Herbst, formerly in the
registrar's office of -the University, re-
signed on Aug. 1 to become secretary
to the editor of the Michigan Food and
Drug Monthly, a state publication with,
the editorial office in Ann Arbor.

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Marceling, Manucuring
Phone 2652 707 N. University
Ann Arbor, Mich.

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