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Graff Funeral Held MANUSCRIPT CURATOR APPOINTED;
Home Yesterday NEW LIBRARYASSISTANTS NAMED
- - Elinor Mullett has been appointed appointed senior assistant, order do-
Funeral services for Herman Graff, curator of the collection of mann- partment; F. C. Hamil, general ser-
mechanic of the naval tank of the scripts, and papyri at the University vice assistant; R. Minnich; assistant
marine engineering department and library, upon the recommendation of in the library extension system; Caro-
model maker, were held at his home the librarian. Miss Mullett has been line Wilgus, assistant curator of
yesterday. t, making a special study of papyri as rare books; and A. E. Chapman, stack
r of.te re rtan ader of he nin e a candidate for the degree of Doctor assistant.
architecture and marine engineering of Philosophy. Due to the resignation of Richark
departnment, in commenting on the IIt was chiefly through the late Laske, assistant in charge of econonm
death of Graff said, "He was an ex- Francis W. Kelsey, professor of Latin, ies, Mr. Mellott, formerly of the East
ceptional type. He has worked here and director of Near East Research, Engineering library, has been chosen
for 22 years, and has shown himself 'who died last spring, that the col- for the rosition. Changes have alsq
t belection has reached its present size, taken place in the Chemistry library,
work demanded a great deal of acca- Several other new positions in the Angell Hall department, catalog d;
racy and lie was trusted implicitly library have been created by the partment, and in the library science
with any sort of work which iivolved Regents. Katheryn Wilson has been department.
the preparation of models. The suc-I
cess of any research work in this -..--... XiY7YJ__.T~z7
field depends on such a man, and the " " " " "
value of such a man to an institution
like the University is very apt to be
overlooked. He was a nian that was
universally liked by everyone. 1j
Relation Between the Growth of Pop-
ulation and Land Values. W. A. Percy- cne of Hooyer s aides
Every Article Must Go!
Several weeks ago the Surplus Supplies Store was swept with fire. It is
absolutely necessary that all buildings be rebuilt for other tenants, so the stock
of merchandise has been moved next door to allow building operations on the
new stores. Everything has been radically cut in price for quick disposal.
You will profit by attending this great sale! Buy your future needs now
at a saving!
Leather Coats and Jackets, Suede and Wool
Blouses, Sweaters and Breeches
Tower's Slickers and Rain Coats
For Ladies, Men, Boys and Girls
Shirts, Underwear, Lumberjacks, Outing Goods,
Alarm Clocks, etc.
BLANKETS and ROBES
All Kinds, for Every Need
Surplus S p lies Store.
"Downtown in Rear of Postoffice" 215 North Fourth Avenue
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"Ann Arbor's Unique Sandwich and Coffee Shop~
1103 S0. IUNIVERSITY
Opposite Engineering Arch.
your guests to The
u are assured
and courteous atten-
A Play of
The Mimes Theatre Box Office will be open
for the advance sale Friday, September 30th, at
10 A. M. All seats are reserved and priced at 75c.
Phone orders taken and held until six o'clock day