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T HE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDA

, NOV. 24, 1936

ackham School Will Form Important
Part Of Graduates' Life, Says Yoakum

Ito know. "Here they will be given nderddnk Returns(His lecture on Ferro Concrete Style Commission today that the proposed
opportunity to meet and to discuss:Is in Church Construction aroused much Montreal-New York Waterway would
the border-lines of knowledge, which From Lecture Tour favorable comment among the mem- be "a waste of public funds."
fascinate and urge toward investiga- bers of this organization, according
tion," added Dean Yoakum. Dr. Francis S. Onderdonk, former to a letter from the president of the
In the new graduate school it is instructor.in the College of Architec- group. PERSONAL STATIONERY
ture, has just returned from a six- 100 Sheets ....,
h~oped that the boundaries between weeks' lecture tour of Eastern andW 100 Eees .
subjects will be less evident in its j Middlewestern United States. HITS WATERWAY PROJECT 100 Envelopes .
discussion rooms, lecture halls, loung- Among the meetings at which Dr. ALBANY, Nov. 23.--(;P)- Judge printed with your Name and Address
ing and common rooms, and in the! Onderdonk spoke was that of the William C. Woollard, president of the THE CRAFT PRESS
non-technical library and reading North American Conference on New York State Waterways Associa- 305 Maynard Street
room, Dean Yoakum stated. Church Architecture in New York. tion, told the International Joint

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EDITOR'S NOTE: In conjunction
with the recent laying of the Graduate
School cornerstone and the dedication
of the Burton Tower next week, The
Daily is printing a series of articles de-
scribing various features of these two
buildings. This is the first of the
series. We wish tothank Prof. George
McConkey of the College of Architec-
ture, Prof. Lewis Gram of the Engi-
necring College and Dean Clarence S.
Yoakum of the Graduate School for
their help in the project.
By HAROLD L. GARN
The Horace H. Rackham School of
Graduate Studies will form an impor-
tant part in the University life of
the graduate student, said Dean
Clarence S. Yoakum yesterday.
The building will contain lecture
halls, reading, study, discussion and
conference rooms, and facilities for
research groups and other graduate
organizations, continued Dean Yoak-
um. The research and educational
facilities for the graduate functions
of the University will be improved
and expanded by the income from the
endowment, which is operated under
a trust fund agreement.
Income Policy Outlined
Dean Yoakum also pointed out that
the general policy governing the dis-
bursement of income from the trust
is. vested in a Board of Governors with
final approval resting in the govern-
ing body of the University.
In the first place, Dean Yoakum

istated, the building is a memorial will suggest and utilize those activ-
to the interest Mr. Rackham had in! ities and forces which increase the
the University of Michigan. It also well-being and happiness of man-
emphasizes the fact that research kind.
and the training of new investigators? Few investigations will probably
within the university community are ever reach their completion inside the
indispensable services to society. building, but it is hoped that many
The building will provide suitable projects will be started in confer-
meeting places for the 30 or more ences and discussions. Dean Yoakum
said that records of these projects
research organizations on the cam- and completed results of research will
pus, while its facilities will also be fill its files.
available to state and national sci- j Dean Yoakum emphasized the fact
entific and learned societies," Dean that the general significance of the
Yoakum said. The building will pro- building lies in the fact that grad-
vide an opportunity for personal ac- uate work is not merely courses and
them- laboratories, but that it is a new form
seuaintandetmonthefudetan of human relation with knowledge.
selves, and between the faculty and Intellectual contacts between indi-
students. viduals imbued with the curiosity to
Research Function Seen find out why things are as they are
Dean Yoakum said further that offer opportunities to obtain knowl-
the building, if it were to be a real'edge.
memorial, must be a vital force in the To Be Student Cener
research and graduate activities ofTd
the University. The building is thus The new building is conceived as
planned and constructed so that it a center for gathering together stu-
dents who are stirred by the curiosity
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