TNF. MTCi- T(aAN DAILY
,,.vrVP-DAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1 tT?
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More Pamphlets To EGYPTIAN VISITOR
Be Distributed For
Old Museum, Which Will Be New Home Of French Department, gow up within the last year, work-
Becomes Depleted As Exhibits Are Movled To New Building :making ready for its occupancey, A
presJideut IlieN'l tl 1. l>sed
Adveriie AmiArhe p
A second set of 10,000 pam phiec:s is
being preparedl by the Ain Arbor
Chamber of Comnmerce to be sent out'
advertising Ann Arbor to Detroit
citizens. The p~amphlet contains ex-r
terior, andl interior photographs of
Hill auditorium, and a scheditle of
approaching concerts a nd oratoricall
It s first page carries tihe following
letter from Presidenit Clarence Cook
Little to Maynard' A. Newton, chair-
man of the organization's publicity'
I wonder if people often realize
"My Dear 1I. Newton
that Ann Arbor is made a more pleas-
ant andl interest ing; place to live inl
through thie many p)ublic events:
which are constantly taking place here
under the 'auspices of the University
of Michigan and University School of
"There is seldom a week throughl
the time when) the Uniiversity is in ses-
sion that 1IIi7ii and it on inn is not ill
use,, either for a concert or a lectnre.
Besides, the other audit oriums of the
University are in practically daily
use for public iectur. ; and (lemon-
strations. These withiithe exception
of the concert series and the program
of the Ora l oi cal association, are
always free to the pnlblic, who arc
cordially wvelcomae on such occasions.
"It would lie very difliciV1t indeed for
other communities to enjoy such priv-
ileges as Ann Arbor does from the fact
that the University o1 Michigan is lo-
cated,here. It is, o1 course, pa~siible to
organize Chautauqluas andI series of
here. It is, of course, possible to or-
ganize Chautauqluas and series of
+Work on the moving of equipment deiplty, their contents being packed i for over half a. century. Soon the hallsIt
from the old to the new museum is for the short trip across the campusj of the 01l1 building will be deserted
progressing, according to Dr. A. Cs to thir1 new home .A group ofr by the museum attendants for the 1
Ruthvndrco of the museum. On ; pe1r(1n shields still hangs from clean, smooth corridors of the newtt
hvn ietrOethe wall, however, as (does an 011o uligdote atoftecaps
carload a week of equipment for 1tth e m, "obuiinngotwhicheamanyfstudents's
ttmolinowihmnstdnsI new home of exhibits is coming in.,ntas aehencre,:obls Meanwhile, the French department is
Dr.te uthatmen si andsitpisdsooith-j wheni no authority was near. preparing to move into the old build-
petdtatmr il esipeih The staircases creak and the floors iug from its present quarters in south
I n a few weeks. All the lighter
eqluipment, including the entomologyI moan when one walks in the 01(1«wing. Language classes will be held
building. It is ab~out time that things in the ancient building pending its
an'amlcletos arewre be ielcing moved out, for the mu- 'being torn down. t
moved across the campus now. Nosumhswttodrge srvc In the new museum, which hast
mounted animals are included in this,
Ovri h l uemegetmastadoon skull that was found near I A
eyes through its long tusks through
Ypsilantio n an im stlIersfoIihtesITI)YOL
the marble-work on the upper floors
and treadIs for the stairs have yet to
b~e installed. Outside of that every-
thing is practically complete. It is
hoped that the museum will be fully
equipped and ready to be thrown open
to the public by June 1, Dr. Ruthiven
said. His collection of books have al-
ready been put in place in the new
The enormous exhibition room on
the second floor of tihe south wing of
the new museum wvill soon1 be lined
with dust-proof exhibition cases.
H. B. WARNER
ti 6"S, rrvll & Sm"ll aime and
L OIS WILSON
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You i tgh itgI lirougiloilt
the entire show.
llarold Lloyd lit
"1FOR HllEAVENS SAKE"
Prince )I ohan ed Ala Ibrahim
The Prince is the soin of the rulingI
house of Egypt, and posed for this
s;pecial portrait in Washington, where
lie met President Coolidge.
lectures, b)ut it is only the presence of
the University which wii attract to
a city the distinguished scientists, his-
torians, exporers, and literary men
who comie here.
"D~uring the summner session, also,
there is alwas a valuable series of
public lectures and other events.
"'The University is much gratified
that b~y these means, not only do its
studlents enjoy added educational ad-
vantages, but the citizens of Ann
Arbor as well can share in these
Very sincerely yours,
C. C. Little.
the door of the museum which it will
soon go through. A mounted eagle,
poised for flight, still stands guard
over an empty exhibition case. The
rooms of the old building are all de-
pleted; the walls are lined with crated
boxes instead of the customary ex-
hibits. Cases holding collections are
We have all niakes.!
Some in colored duco finishes.
0. D. MORRILL
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