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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JAN. D1, 1!

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At Convention
Plan To Serve As Model
For All Schools, Colleges
fering These Courses
A code of principles and organiza-
tion to serve as a guide for colleges
and schools giving training work in
interior decoration has been outlined
by members of the decorating profes-
sion as one of the most important re-
sults of their recent convention in
Chicago~, Prof. Wells I. Bennett, di-
rector of the College of Architecture
said yesterday.
Professor Bennett was one of sev-
eral heads of departments and tech-
nical schools who were invited to
meet with the special education com-
mittee of the Institute of Decorators
at its meeting. These representatives
drew up with the committee of pro-
fessional men the code for trainirg in
decoration, and this is expected to
stand as a model for all schools giv-,
ing work in that line.
Some of the recommendations,
Professor Bennett stated, were that
the training in decoration be closely
allied with courses in architecture,
lasting four to five years, and that
general courses, as well as technical,
be stressed. Closer relations between
the professional men and the schools
giving instruction in decoration was
also urged, with the hope that grad-
uates may readily make the adjust-'
ment between their training and ac-
tual work in decoration. Schools
such as the University of Minnesota,
the New York School of Fine and Ap-
plied Arts, and the University of

sti o Specimens Received By Local Student Heads
Museum Need Housewife's Touch Hail Free Text
By BETTY JANE BERGSTRESSER restoring f bronze figurines and BL r
x; "It's just housekeeping" is the mod- vases, and the mending of bits of
est description Miss Louise Shier, a.; pottery and glass which come from Campus leaders gave wholehearted
sistant in the Museum of Cla ical the digs. For the bronzes, she places endorsement to the drive to expand
Archaeology, applies to her important them in a bath of Rochelle salts and the present supply of books available
job of repairing, cleaning and restor-
ing specimens sent to the Museum caustic soda. from whirh she removes in the Text Book Lending Library
from the University excavations in them every day. Sbie cleans o f as yesterday when questioned by the
Egypt and Iraq. much of the corrosion as possible and Daily.
She calls it housekeeping because then puts them back itto the bath. The lending library was started last
part of this work entails washing and This process often takes up to three May in pursuance of a plan drawn up
ironing fragments of Egyptian fab- months to compete the cleaning. by four University faculty members
zics, but the handling of these fab- Then the fitting together of broken appointed by President Ruthven. The
Tics, most of which are about 1,500 pieces of pottery and glass to make library is designed to extend aid to
years old, requires a touch more deli- a whole, or almost whole, specimen students financially unable to meet
cate and patience more exacting than requires much of Miss Shier's time. the costs of expensive text books, and
a housewife is called upon to use. For the pottery, groundw pigment is was accumulated mainly through in-
She has specially constructed pans mixed with plaster of paris to ap- donations from students no
with wire mesh trays in which she I proximate the color of the object, and longer having need of their books.
must lay the bits of old rugs and then after the fragments have been Hope Hartwig, '38, president of the
robes and she uses a small tooth- glued together with a celluloid Ce- League, remarked, "My experience
brush to get rid of the salt deposited ment which is invisible, the missing with expensive text books makes me
in the material by the arid soil of pieces are skillfully replaced with thisj sympathetic with the situation of
Egypt. After the fabrics are as clean mixture. For the glass objects, the many students, and I see a definite
as they can be made without damage same celluloid cement is employed. need to help them carry the costs of,
to them, she lets them dry for a In addition to her restoration du- buying them'
From the sea air of the Rivera, day and then she must press them ties, Miss Shier accompanies classes1 John C. Thom, '38, president of the
Lloyd George, England's wartime with a hot iron and damp cloth to or interested persons through the ex- I Union, asserted, "I am highly in favor
premier, gets plenty of zest for prepare them for display. hibits, explaining them. But she con- of the lending library and I am glad
strolling, for writing his "League Besides the cleaning of the mater- siders her "housewifely" job the most to see it grow. I hope it will grow
of Nations Memoirs." ials Miss Shier is entrusted with the interesting, larger still."

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New P resbyterian Church Holds, Services Sunday i
A1nn xWill Hous With funds raised from private sub- The new building occupies a tract )uL o>r tirepllace
scription from Ann Arbor residents, of land of about two acres on the site
Rcc reation Ce11tor church members in the State and of the old Professor Demmon home at. SL'a., To Be Rul
sales of church properties. The work 1432 Washtenaw Avenue. Two thirds
of drawing up plans, letting con- of the cost was raised by individual
By BEN MARiNO tracts and hiring labor and buying donations while the remainder was to be landscaped and laid out around
A new haven opens its doors to I materials was conducted by a Build- ; obtained through land sales. The an outdoor stage and fire placeuingthe
Ann Arbor churchgoers Sunday when --------_ ____---~--_._ edifice.hther curh ndi
the new edifice, the church and an-
the $320,000 joint project sponsored ~ nex being built upon the highest knoll'
by the University of Michigan Pres- a'on the property. The finest collec-1
byterian Corporation and the First " tion of trees in Ann Arbor, a city fa-
mous for its historic elms and shade
Presbyterian Church of Ann Arbor
offers the first church services in its trees, Professor Hoad said, is to be
found on the grounds of the new
histor. y. building. Four kinds of oak, black
Construction on the combined stu- walnut, cherry, hickory, elm, hemlock,
dent center and church proper, as e pine, spruce, are growing on the prop-
yet unnamed, was begun Jan. 2, 1937 erty, he said, and surprisingly enough,
the only butternut trees in Ann Arbor.
Despite the fact that the walksl
II 7jabout the grounds are not yet finished.
ireet ry I ~ * -, ~that the permanent oirgan to be placed
9 in the choir loft has not yet arrived
and that the landscaping is still to be
at $2.50. 1 '2 block from campus ing Committee psed y ydif done, Di'. Lemon said that services
Phone 6560. 720 Whaley Court, the recognized men of the community debt, only a short time debt having will be held there at 10:45 a.m. Sun-
Between Monroe and Hill. 293 and University faculty. been contracted to meet demands of gay. His sermon will be on "Sens-
FOR 3 MFN, suite with private bath1 These men are J. C. Christianson, construction during the interval ing the Infinite."
and shower. Also large double with comptroller general of the Univer- when private pledges were being ac- A dinner was held last night to
adjoining lavatory. Steam heat, sity: Prof. O. S. Duffendack of the cumulated. greet new members. Dr. Lemon
bath, shower. Phone 8544. 422 E. physics department; Dean J. B. Ed- The crying need of the local Pres- spoke on "The Centrality of the
Washington. 295 monson of the School of Education; byterian group for a centralized meet- Cross."
E. F. Mills, local merchant; G. W. ing place and a center where Presby- The official dedication of the new
FOR SALE Kyer, head of the Kyer Laundry; J. E. terian students at the OJ-versity could building will not be held until April,
Swisher, head of the Swisher Grocer- meet to do church work and social Dr. Lemon said, when the entire work
REMINGTON portable typewriter ies, the Rev. Dr. Lemon, pastor of the duties had long been fell, Prof. Wil- of constrpction will have been com-
slightly used. Excellent condition. church, R. N. Frisinger of the Lewis aiam C. Hoad of the engineering col- pleted.
Call after > p.m. 119 E. Liberty, and Frisinger Firm; L. G. Christman, j lege said, and this new building is de- -- -
second floor. 285 local investment broker; S. D. Porter, I signed to satisfy that need. The build-
____-_ -Ann Arbor civil engineer; R. O. Bon- ing will contain club rooms, assembly
TUXEDO, size 36. Good condition. isteel, lawyer; Prof. H. O. Whittemore, halls, offices, meeting rooms, kitch-
Only worn twice. Very reasonable. head of the University landscape de- enettes, and conference rooms in ad-
Phone 8974. Dick Morton. 277 sign department; and Prof. George r dition to the'church auditrium itsf11

Sunday
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