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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, FEBRUTARY 27, 1927

FEW RELICS REMAIN 'Earlier Founding Of
University Verified
OF UNONOQLTIDNBy Catalogue Of 1844~
(ContnuedfromPageOne)Support for Regent Junius E. Beal's
(Coninud fom Pge ne) contention that the University was
The opening within the last seve-'fuddin11 nse('f 87i
-al years of the library and swim- fonid in the University catacs from
riing departments has finally brought te year 1844 andl their iclude~ld his-
about the completion of all the pysi-s toris of the school. The preliminary
cal facilities for the organizadon's 5 p n1'ognia o facl
prga, comprising supervision or s~ were taen in 817, the hil-
assistance for practically all student l ie, 101 S i= (hs"1ose, and there seemsl to
extra- curricular activities. Mms he no raon why the Uiniverst y seal I
dramatic organization, is a Union de- I
partment; the Glee Club is another i 'le~te lt 87
section of the inclusive institution; iW giiat iue ntehs
andthehose ommtte, he ndr- 'tor.y of the University range frot
andth husecomite, te ndr-1804 to 1. Si. TI 1804, by an act a " s
class committee, and the numerous iCn s twsi fMcia
aother athletic, recreational, lodgngildwa,;0asefothsupr'
and culinary departments all contrib- n a e sd o h upr
ute o te, xtesiveproram l f 11 e college Then, following this
*The government of the Union is vest- !i h aeo rlmnr raia
ed in the board of directors and the tion, mnfltoled by Regent Beal, and
board of governors. The former, comiorn- earslater in 1821, trustees
Iwere appointed, In 1824 another
posed of seven students, six alumni, twne wa rnedt heueo
three faculty men, and the fnancia JheUieriy
secretary, has fll charge of all the Aotsxenyasatrti h
activities and conduct, providing and . i'tbidn a rce nltecl
enforcing rules and regulations for the legc proper was opened. In 145 the
same, and determining the policies o'irt las!rauaed
the Union in its work as an organiza- I itlses gcathaeteUdivr
tion. I em oia htteUnvr
I sity of Michigan was really founded
The board of governors, consistingI in 1804 when activities towards its
of four alumni, a Regent, the financia]lacltal creation were begun, or inj
secretary and, the president of the 181we;h nvest rpry
Union, administers the funds, and' 81we h nvriypoel
maintains the physical properties. commenced. In the old histories {
there is no mention whatsoever of
the date found on the seal, 1837.
Harvard Squad \ins Isome further interesting details
tre found in the old catalogues, it
In Triangular mVeet i mentioned that in 1861 the in-
come of the University from the two
i townships was $35,000 with an add-
(By Assciated .Press) i tional $5000 coming in from outside
BOSTON, Feb. 26.-Two varsity I sources. It is further amusing to
records were broken and three were I note that up to the year 1852 there)I
equalled as Harvard ran away with! either was no active president or he!
the seventh annual triangular meet! was not considered important enough 11
with Cornell and 'Dartmouth here to- to be mentioned aong with the fac-
night. Piling up seven firsts and scor- ulty in the catalogue.
ilug in all but three of 13 events, the Corroborating the statement of
Crimson amassed a final total of 54 1-4 Regent Beal, President Tappan, dur-
pints to 33 for Dartmouth and 28 3-4 ing his administration, was officially
for Cornell. called Chancellor of the University,
}while his successor President Haven
,ubserlbe for the Michigan Daily. had an offcial title of President.
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