THE MICHIGAN DAILYTUSACTBR3,11
TUESDAY, OCTOBER u0, 1923
Man. Who Assisted Nomination
Oi Linccoln Visits Ann A rbo r
NEW PLAS SUBNITTEB,
FOR EXTENDING CAIMPUS
!MALL :TAY BE CONSTRUCTlED
G FRO11 U 1IN 1110ITNITERSITY
Making the long vistas of the Huron
valley ome of the assets of the Univer-
sity of Michigan campus, is one of the
problems landscape: artists believe
they have solved in recently submit-
ted plans- for the future growth of the.
IUniversity. If the plans are approved
iand finally accepted, it if, the belief
of President Marion L. Burton that the
University will, have approached its
Creation of this mall dloe.- not in- etceRo . Thy will tell himt in what way
terfere with the extension of the pros;Z- it is pos;sible to go out for the activity
ent mall north from the library to 'and expalin the times that they are to
Washington street to makte an iPPr0- report and similar information which
Iprito setting for the proposed Woi- Iwill be valuable to the first. year men.
men's league buildiing. The new flanI The, first of these letters will be
provides for the building of women's' sent, today inviting all freshmen on
dormitories generally near the Bam the campus to a general meeting that
er park area and east from the loo- i wl ehl hrdyngti h
[ men's league site. 'Assem~bly hall of the Union. it is
plManned ait this time to explain the
nnhaIII~rr II fl~fl ie 1w department to the first year men
90,MM TI 10 INIflObL nd outline the methods to then in
TO which they will be helped in activity
FRIESHI"I ON 9GIIVITlES The entire freshman class will be
ELAN M1EET IG FOR FRE SlME N
TO EXPLAIN THE NEW
organized at this time into 10 groups
of approximately 100- men to a group.
j.*ach group will be presided over by
an uppecrlassman. The groups will
meet at crtain times during the year,
p 1in theun IIdio nnwill. loLce teamslHann.,
final campus change of the presentiII Freshmen will be instructed in the inter-group competition along differ- I
generation by 1937, the dlate of the one, method of entering cam pus activities aut h n r d h linez.ft e fo n -Ib~ ,t e fr s m n a ti ii s co m t e
1ing of the institution.! of the Union that is now engaged in
TeUniversity Owits- Ground this work, according to Union authori- YOST R [ dLiR TO
Tenew plan calls for a mall with ties. The committee is acting as a
theMihgn Union on one end' anti new department of the Union in foster-
the s ew University hospital on: the ing freshmen activities. .
other. Present buildings, on the old The file cards that are filled out by fi flIU IJCM E8E
campus will break into this plan for [each freshman upon becomiing reg-,
some time to come, the start at pres ' istered in the Union are being com- CocFilngHYsthsbe
ent 'eig t th eat o th detalpletely studied by the comimittee. OnI
building. From here the proposed these each, freshmnan was asked to secuiredt as" the principal speaker at
mall will stretch directly to the hos- place his preference for various kinds the regular luncheon of the Chamber
pital, its walks not only opening upo o1,i h om.o rmtco omec ob eda 21
the iIshrt iofnebtheunietl but r1 ntefr o rmtco omrc ob eda 21
the buildinsdfstanes bu erteenbutl publications: work, athletics, and the o'clock .today at the Chamber of Comi-
also clearing the way for an unob5- like, together with the experience he merce Inn.
I'tute iwofteHuoad coshas had, in the, field. Coach Yost's - subject will be "llow
trutdvwo the Huronbyon and a r osa The records of this preference of Jo Observe a Football Game."' Foot- *
tod thgillngbeyondmand at the hospuital each freshman 'is being transferred toi ball will be the subject of the er.tlre
landscapes down the Huron and, to separate file cards of the committee.j meeting, and following this plan, the 7
the distant undulating hills toward I is the plan to keep in touch with entire Ann Arbor football team, their
Ypsilanti. each freshman recording preferences coaches, Louis Hollway and Homer-
This mnall woul l have the present in particular fields through a system Hanhaim, and Elbert H. Freaman, supi- .
athletic field for women, Palmer park,I of letters sent out by the Union ervisor 01oi fletics, hav=I, been invited
on its right, and also the nurses home through the committee.I to attend the luncher).A as guests of
being constructed as the gift of Sen- The letters which will be. sent out, honor.}
ator James Couzens. The future ear- to each freshman will be sent just' Member:; of the cuba~ are urged. to
panision of the University in the dt-'before the beginning of the activity miake reiervz lions in *ilvanre for tlhe
rection will be large ,over ground nowI for which he has signified his prefer- lunche"' u-
held by the University. j _______________________
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