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TUESDAY, NOVEMB ER 1, 1027.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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HO[M ILINO OF MUSEUM, BEAUTIFUL CRANBROOK SCHOOL,. BUILT BY GEORGE BOOTH,'R
IS ICHIGAN'S FIRST LARGE PREPARATORY INSTITUTION r~
PROCEEDS ACCODNL.
TO ARCHITECT'S PA
BOOl(FiNM, GLAING . ,BRICK WORK~l,

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REGENTS RECEIVE REPORT
Uniiversity Deta is Special Engineer
And ; taff To P'loo Various

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Work on the new museum, rising on
the corner of Washtenaw Ave., is
proceeding rapidly and well up 10
schedule, according to the latest
building report receivedl at the office.
of Director Alexander Ruthven from'h
the engineers, Albert Kahn, Inc., of
Detroit. 7f
Among the operations entirely com-
pleted are those of roofing, glazing,
except the exhibition hall, brick and
stone work and lathing. Other opera-
tions including. those of electrical in-
stallation, carpenter work, plastering,'
heating installation and marble work
are progressing in a completely satis-
factory manner. y<
With the exception of the cases for - _ _ x? > ,
the exhibition hall, all the drawings-
for the equipment have been drafted The above shows the main building
and much of the equipmenC bhas beenl located in Bloomfield Hills near lBirmil
ordered. While following ont the assemnbly-hall, and the lilbrary in the ri,
general ideas of museum cases, those The school was built by GeorgeC
to be used in the new museum are
felt to-'be an improvement in the )boarding school in the state of Mi(l
general type, embodying several new night by an address by President Ciare
Ideas of design. Ever since it beC-( member of the Board of Advisers of
came certain, ten years ago, that a (laculty f the University who serves cf
new building would be constructed tengihdprmtwoste
for the museum, equipment plans have o h nls lprmnwoi h
bee studied and the purhas of pr The school ,is located on Lone PineI
manent equipment postponed. When 65 acres of rolling land typical of Oakl
the construction of the building was the River Rouge which has been broad
assured, an equipment engineer wasii tional dlemands of the boys. The buildi
retained, who with his staff, has plan-
ned the various items of the new mu- noted European architect who spent a
seum's equipment. -ory capacity.
The annual report of the Director The development of the school is 1)1
to the Board of Regents has just been one of the most beautiful and complet
issued in the University Bqulletin. It i i(keveloped(.
contains. a report on the work of the
various , ctions of the department cof MANAG LTA-Airplanes, manned by
Zdology, the specimens re cived and U Iniic(I States marines, cooperated in
exchanmged during, the year, an ac- anattack, by a mixed force of marines
count of the researcheos of the snaff and American-officered Nicaraguan)
members, together wvithi some notes on constabulary on rebels north of Oil-
the construction of the new museum alali it was announced today.
by Director 'Ruthv'n.
November Gargoyl e 17 Qi £acrjestselingj

Oratorical association, byi the fact tihat
within the past few Months three fea-
ture articles have been published in
national publications by, or concern-
ing, three of the men who will appear
in Ann Arbor on the series. The
American Magazine recently carried a
story on Will Durant, author of "The.
Stork- of Philosophy" who will appear,
here Nov. 30; Scribner's published a
story, "Ritchie of Maryland," about
G~overnor Albert E. Ritchie, of Mary-
land, who speaks here Feb. 15, and the
National Geographic contained Com-
mander Richard E. Byrd's story of his
Atlantic flight. Byrd appears here
Nov. 22.

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ALUMNI (T DEr v V iT.L N
;D; tVoit is Pla: IIl
the distinguish - ii.-s~~
co~mpany the Navy teami c El- i.4
Among the details of thoir p.'gram.
which will be announced in the near
future, is a banquet to be given after
the 'game in Detroit for the Navy team
and the visitors from the East. This
banquet will take place at the Hotel
Statler.

oC the no~w Cranbook school for boys,
nglam.In this building is the main
ight wing.
C. Booth awdiis the first large boy's
chigan. If, was opened formally last
once, Cook Little, in his catpacity as a
the school. Another member of the
on this board is Prof. Morris P. Tilley
chairman of the board.
Rloadl in Bloomufield Dills. It occupies
land county traversed by a branch of
Ieuedi into a lake to meet the recrea-
ings were designed by Eliel Saarinen,
short time here last year in an advi-
la-xu to continue year after year until
te preparatory school in the country

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