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THE. MICHIGAN DAILY

TIIIIRSDAY4, M~ARCH1 19, 192

MEDICAL BUILDING
N VAlI Y rnflIIIl TVOn

Hailed After5 Year Exile

[IILIIIL I UUIIIl LL 1 LUI
Vork 01 Equipping Proceeds As Final
Construction is
CLASSES START IN FALL
Classes will be conducted in the
new medical building for the. first
time next fall. The building itself
is now complete and awaits but fur-
niture and equipment to make it
ready for use.
Much of the equipment has already,
b~een installed in various rooms and
laboratories, and more is under con-
struction in the University shops, but
it will probably take until September
before the entire building is equipped,
according to the Building Committee.
In its present form the building is
but two fifths complete. As futre
needs indicate, additions will be built.
On the first floor of the West wing'
are locaed anatomy research rooms;
photographic andl waxtlate euip-
ment; and rooms for receiving, em-
balining and preserving bodies. Stor-
age rooms for the bacteriology depart-
ment, resear'ch rooms for the same
department, quarters for the Pasteur,
Institute, and photographic rooms'
are located on the first floor of the
north-east wing.
The second floor, west wing, houses
laboratories for introductory work in
physiology and accessory rooms for i
individual work, for respiration and
mammalian physiology. Laboratories
for the bacteriology department, pri-I
vate rooms for instructors, and lab-
cratories for advanced bacteriology
andi parasitology are located on the
second and third floors of the north-
east wi ng On the second floor, at th
junction bof the two wings of theV-s
shaped building, is provided space
for the general histology laboratory,
while directly above it is the general
laboratory for gross anatomy for den-
tal students and those of physicals
education.,
Work in galvanometry will be lo-j
cated in rooms on the third floor of1
the west wing. Advanced work in
physiology, and special X-ray work
will also be housed on the same floor.t
The director's laboratory and thet
laboratory for graduate students; the
library, the gift of Dr. Warren P. ,I
bombard; main research roos for I
the department of physiology; classl
rooms for physiology and anatomyt
are located on the fourth floor of the l
west wing. The end of the V, on the
fourth floor, provides space for thet
anatomical laboratory for medical stu-i
dents. Rooms for embryology, andr
for comparative neurology are locatedt
on the fourth floor of ,the north-east 1
wing.
quarters for animals are provided
on the fifth floor. i
Actual building operations on thet
new school were started October 29,P
2923, and, on thefourth of the follow-fa
ing March, the frame was finished.v
Figures show that the contents ofi,
the building are 2,034,00 cubic feet;c
the floor area, including the roof, is
184,658 square feet.f
In its present form the building has
an exterior perimeter of 683.5 feet,
exclusive of the width across LheI
south end of the east wing. This
will eventually be closed by continu-
ance of the building south, parallelj
to Washtenaw avenue.

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UNIVERSITY TRAVEL B UREA U
PLANS TOUR FOR STUDENTS,
T1 4nring Fhi'opae next summer a to Amsterdam vwherf' t he 1,:: 11' ec 7.
loirty of rjichigan st udents will travel Palace and other fanious ns? ,wi llI be
t hrough six countries for the purpose visited. After HIolland and 1I h'lgu i
of study and pleasure in a novel par-I they will travel to 8wil zer1 10fo hr vrteS.(o.laud and,,
j y conducted by the University Burw- into Italy.
ean3. of 'Travel. By going anrd return-, Robert Gregg, ;Grad., a si ;t:; it in
ing' "cot lege c'abin"' andi stopping at history, and Alfred ('onnab] e, '2, are
the less expensive hot els, the cost of assistants in the tonur'. They will t cav-
the entire t rip has beeni redu ced,1 to el in the iMichiga ii pairty wi.,I the
{}0 aryo following men: Lyman Sa1va I. '2
The M ichtigan r~ryis one o e-!David Bramble, '25, Robert 1 -l ru~iwihaelengI' uvr.are,'5 ' uri z..'25
formied in sever al of he la rger Uni- 1'rick, '25, Theodore 13ell i, '25. ( ior g.
vcrsitIies of thle countrys. In charge of; Monroe, '28, Jylbtin Wood'"w a' I,
all the (c0olege 1O aries is P rot. Carl '25A, Lea Hu tdson, of crk'Cit.rh ',
Nicol, of Oberlin college, who will I David Tand Si dn'25Trvto -
take anl active part in the instruci on ble ,of D~etroit . A fte\noep icy, -
Ion the ot her side. P rof. WVilliam A. tions will be cn ~rr' 'i~b~ '~II
FPrayer. of the history departmnent, tisize of the party vwill abe wogsa"tileadanchrg;f heicrasd
it[alIian lii vksinnon 01 te burea~u may
utInept with the party whrile inl Italy.i Bremen, March 18. .-.Tbl' Northi
Prof. Art harrfa. Alt on,(if the hiut or y German 14loyd ha,, disc)( .(,(laf li
lena rtLna(, I is in ('50 r , of the ,pan- one-half interest in l {?i1+; l'> s'b' ' Au
irh lDivision. IPlieMining cornor a tion. teof 0 1';
'l'he pai I y ails from New York onl most valuable planlr rts i I ,I; I b r,
iii e 'YIau ret :in i'i jne24 lan ding at 20,000,000 marks, .betcatise 1i , 'to!
F lyinorithI. I ighi cda s a'. e spent atinl- use of oil as shi p.'''l I.
Ib is so~hi n Igan]. On Juy 7 the J--.--
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Joseph Caillaux whose return after five year s of texile has been hailed
by the people of France. Caillaux, a for'mer premier, is looked upon as the
only man capable of handling the financial predicament of his country.
Once again the leader is a conspicuous figure on the streets of Paris as
a result of the act .of the chamber of deputies in setting aside his banish-
ment. lie is seen above with his wife.

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ESCREEN SUPRE M'ACY SIGNIFICANT IN 1"TS MEANINGW
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!YALVE STEM BREAKS; I Fifty-Six Sign
BAISMOTOR TESTS1 daty-sfor tFor Rifle Club
sdents have signed up to
- dat for embersh ip in t he Univer-
Breakage of a vaive stern halted' sity Rifle club, accordling to a. stato-
the breakdown test' conducted with anent madec by Capt. G. MW. Dunn of
the urts OX5 arplne egin inthe military science department, and
theauomoiv lbortoy. hefal- tllcoach of the club. Applications ar'c
the~~~~~~~~ auooielbrtoy h al till being accepted for membership
ure, which. occurred at the end of 55 duigtermidro h1ek
hours running, caused the valve disc'(uigtermidro h ek
Scheduled firing practice andI comi-
to dIrop into the cylinder, where it petitive matches will not begin in-
pierced the piston head.j tiI th~e club roster is complete, hat
The testts> were designed to reveal firing has been practicedl on the in-
the characteristic. action andI durahil-I-doo rifle raugein the It. 0. T. C.
ity of a new valve alloy deCveloped! building fo'r several weeks.
recently by a Detroit firm. lDuriun --- _:
the first 25 hours of the test, thei Con~stantiole, March 1 Vi.- -:Antou a
miotor was 'operatedI at about 80, per reports say all villages withion 12 Icilo-
ce~t,,of full power, or average "yingmtr f1}abkKrds ihv
stress,; and the remainder of the per-'l b(eni clsaa'thol r of
iod with retarded spiark at fuill thirot- -__________________
tle,. at a speed of 1400 revolutions
per m inute. Prof. W . L. ILay of the lat m t v n i e r n e a t e t
viewed the tests as entirely srtc(,2s:-
ful, since the remaining valves are in! CLOTHES FOR THE COLLEGE MAN
condition to allow comuparison and
tabulation of results. I

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Captain Colling
Is Transfere
Capt. Forrest E. Collins of the mil -
itary science department will be trans-
fer-ed to Fort Snelling, Minnesota, at
the termination of his sick leave April #
23, where he will be assigned to duty
with the Third Intantry. This infor-
ination was n'ublinhc'd in a War de-
prartment -order which reached hereC
yesterday,I
Captain Collins, who was injured
seriously when he was thrown fromh
a hcorse during the Defense day ex-
ercises here last September, was
granted five months sick leave at
Walter Reed general hospital, Wash-r
in';,ton, D, C. .lie is now in Chicago.
May Einter Race

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UNION ASKS PAYMENTS
The total debt of the Union is
$306,3,64. Oil this amount, a,
moxnrtgage of $200,000 falls dure
next August. Thlis mortg~age was
renewed by the banns a year ago
C for one year. This August a re-I
Inewal will not be allowed which
means that the debt must be
paid.I
The only way the Union has
to raise the necessary funds is
to collect its life membership I
subscriptions which are p~art I
dlue. These subscriptions arej
promissory, notes and obliga-
tions to pay on the part of the
makers. if $200,000 of past due;
(subscriptions are not collected
the Union will be in a seriouis
financial situation. Life memn-
bers, who are not paid up to I
date on their memberships can
aid the Union by b~ringing their
obligations up to date.
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X{Yu Will Enjoy This Storer
of Romance and Mystery
Splendidly Told
MilleI did Pen 4reanI that love would coarse
{ o tier in IRamishiackle lDouse anid bring ivith
iQih aIi:dventur'e antd at glorions figt l
-a,,t the overuhelniilg forces of1 lmv w, '
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