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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY'

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 19~8

Library, for example.1 come progress ive ly more difficult 'for some time. Also, considjerable
Michigan Science Stressed and the 1 iutfc results will be g rants of money had been donated
The policy of the Museum then! less each yca." for field worn so that the corig'es-

became onev of preserving for pier- A ppsrpr;iation Granted In 1925 tion of space for study had be-
poses of study, Michigan fauna, So it was tluit in 1925, as a re- comre very serious.
and making limited explorations ,suit of years of endeavor to im-
ou tside the state for the purpose; press the Legislature with the need' Hue!oi~ uem
of illustration and comparison. The and usefulness of a large Museum The new building houses four
Museum was one of zoology in of natural history, an appropria- natural history museums, zoology,
the broad sense of the word. It tion was made by the LegislatureI palentology, anthropol ogy and the
included also, anthropology, arch-' for a new building to be construct- University herbarium. Space has
aerology, and botany. ; d in 1927. At that timc the Mu- also been provided for scientific in-
As early as 1918 the work of th~e: scum had become so large that it vestigations of 'United States de-
Museum of collecting, examining, ovcupit not only the old Mu-1 pa _tments and Michigan depart-
and e xhibiting had become so scum building, bit parts of Uni- --- - -- - - -
1~ A i-11 '!- n- 3'"n f- " nrl -Fn ' nnrr -cr S1 11 I rnvnI 1-n11 Al~rri

ments.
1 xhibits which are not only of
interest toD the public, but of spe-
cial aid to students in natural sci-
ence ecurses are now being- in-
stallecd. Opportuonities for research
work which never_ before could be
Editor's Note: Tbis is the
intro~huction to a series of
1articles can the work of the
University Museum, whic'h witi
be published at intervals in the
Daily.

110

biroad LthdLat anurgent neied for ve. i nil , ii i idll, mornsI
more space w as felt. Dr. Ruthiven, hall, Natural Scixcc building- and
in his report for that year stated, two private dw\ellings.
"Three things quite certain are A new building was not only}
that in the present building the needed for added display, but also 1
congested conditions will grow for the research work to aid the l
steadily worse, the work will be- schools which had been going on'
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