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March 25, 1927 - Image 2

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PAGIE Two
MUSEUM ECAAIOS
ARE ALM OST F[INISHEDI
Foundations Now Be-'ig Sunk For
West Wfing. IigI,1t And Heat
Tunnel Being Constructed
CONTRACTS ARE AWARDED

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FR;IPAY, ARC;IY 2?. 197

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Faculty Ain'd Student s Must Cooperate-

I heheaingof faculty-st udent rela- any wa,
t iJO:lS as rell us its being an educa- confider:
onlmatter.; for the teacher who 'the suet
: c, ni5 to b~e, or actually is, unfair in system.

y.) is never going" to have the
ece of his glasses required for
-essful operation of the Honor
(Conttiiuiced ill next issue)

At ai!i.'.e' ccl~o ; ZolyJoi-
al club ls i i in aort1~
building. 11T.lXde '
talk on:"e~oyI:nli eu .
F. F. Egglel onalso spoke on c>>
Organic Con wten);'of.:oake \Vai r

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Ex cavations for the new Museum c
buildng are now nearly completed,l
And the foundations are being sunk on i
the west wing. Irving W. Truettner, t
of the buildings anegrounds depart-S
met, says that the heating and ven-)
tiltion will be taken care of by thatjn
department. The light and heat tun-b
nel is now in the process of construe- !
tion.h
The new Museum, at the interse-
tion of the North University eten- i
sion and Washtenaw, and directly t
across the street from the new Md-.
ical building, will bear a distinct re-
semblance to the new Medical build-
ing, except that the Museum' interior
will be more elaborate than that of
the Medical building.
Albert Kahn, well known Detroit
architect, who has done a great deal
pf University work, including Cle-
ments library, Angell hall, and others,
designed the new building to harmon-
ize with the new Medical building.
Contracts for the construction work
have been given to Spense Brothers
of Saginaw.
WESLEYAN GUILD
PURCHAS ES LAND
After five years occupancy of Wt-
ley hall by Methodist students, the
Weslary foundation of the Universityj
of {Michigan has completed the pur-
chase of the property upon which the
building stands according to H. M.
Slauson, treasurer of the foundation.
The purchase includes all the prop
erty facing ast Huron between the
First Baptist church and State street
to the depth of 65 feet. jn securing
their new holdings from resbyterian
organizations, the Methodists, states
Mr. Slauson, are assured of a perma-j
ent center in Wesley hall with the ps- i
sibility that the future will see the
erection of a new and larger home
for student activity.
Westminster house, now housing
girl students, will be unaffected at
least for the present school term,
Slauson averred, although i may be
converted into a rooming and board-
ing house for Methodist girls at "a lat-
er date.
FRANCE HAS HOPE
" OF BALKAN PEACE
(By Associated Press)
PARIS, March 24-France is hope-
ful that the latest Balkan dispute,
which arose over Italian charges that
Jugo Slavia had mobilized troops
along the Albanian frontier, will be
settled definitely and peacefully by di-
rect diplomatic changes between
Rome and Belgrade.
It is not yet known here whether
Italy .till accept Jug Slavia's offer
to Hermit ani inquiry into the ,situation
along the frontier. But the fact that
calm has prevailed there yesterday
and today, has increased hopes that
the situation is out of any possible
danger, although dispatches from Va-
breg, Jugo Slavia, report Italian
troop movements in Istria.
PLAN MEMORIAL
FOR LA FOLLETT E
MADISON, Wis., March 24-A
memorial to the late Senator Robert
NM. La Follette in the form of a $3,-;
*00,000 university library building, at
the University of Wisconsin, is pro-
posed. in a bill introduced in the
senate by john E. Cashman, senator
and member of the board of regents.
AT TOE DETROIT THEATERS+
GARRICK
BEGINNING SUDAY, lM41CH 13
A Aiited lReturni Engagement
Anne Nihols' Laughing Success
" Abie's IrishRose
'The Play that put Ut in Humor

WoodwaLrd at Eliot
It's Not a Thinking, Show This
Easy com-e. EasyGo
It's Not For ilumiition
But Purely for Cachinatlons
ts~ ii<
The Training School For
Jewish Social Work
Of fers a fifteen months' course
of study in Jewish Family Case
Work, Child Care, Community
Centers, Federations and Health
Centers.
Several scholarships and fellow-

(Continlued Fr Iom lagOne)
These viewpoints aIye ldu(Iablc
enough as far as they go, butt they too
often stole withi what has been saidl
abcove. When siieh -stnnits ~(
madeI without excel tiolls or re
tions, i',en they mayl; he talenct hei
face valuo, and pretty e son, clf-
culty people have [lhe ie8,: I :Ian i11-
11onor sy tenliSis oll0o c;'t~icwj ul
iness, that they b avI no roeInsil~i-
ties inl connect ion with i us 06e;-:t.in.
Such a. conlceptioni otfthe i uaj
man:'w relations to the I-oner system-
not only ria y work havoc with it,
but .teal d'", here and there, hms re.-
sulted in contrib ut iflg dired(Xl y to the
breatkdown or the sy.tem.
The stnudent body musst have k he
wvilling and complete cooperatWon of!
the facunlty, if the THonor ,,y =tent is'

to o(0"tj i _uefl SU~C (4<,.;A(>oi'anly
li)1;tii of tilde. 'Phiis cooperat til Ii-
11 olve's severailC0l3 l 1fn u . i i )il
necessary that, the Inc alty~ should bo-
I icve inllie pr incip~les of ,t udlit
ho0n r, lnllt lie sAl denits Imus t l1 o madeCI
at wtare o of this taithi. Scoonl,' fo'
b -eel or ltha110HoFnor (iili U
ta.re (call enrry' a si;n1< a< i . le h;' .
fatculty mn, ee:scdth . i1
the( facultfy in the :'fstdent>s.
can/ have {at.good (hlt Itod ~hi h
+ ';c.'e<s of111the iI )loor5a' 'stEm n coy -
tait lla sses. The fail lesof C ds thil o-ec~n a ersti'
fairniess of the 1)1',ct ic5 05F ((
to in making all grades,--theseae
things ab out wh i clis un a fewx nhr
have ou ite a- hit to learn. This is reall-
ly a sublject that conies d(li: l,;y under

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