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February 14, 1939 - Image 3

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cord Name Given' To New Halls Of M ichigan Union Dormitory Group Inspection Of Neuropsychiatric
rents Institute Marks Its Completion
Seen{{By RCHARD ALh t t1
Se n y IHAD AMEL gether with the various laboratories
Sate officials nsychiatrists and and a library make up the rest of
-!hers I S~t engaged in the treatment of tefor
Fbrcis a menal ilness particpated in the Facilities for the observation and
aberlin :;ning inspection of the new Neuro- treatment of children almost entire-
.moaM{_ hiatric Institu e, completed re- ly mak up the to fior. Rooms hay-
m-s ^ntly as a wing f the University n one to four bed each can ac-
e Hospital. >ommodate 23 children. A school
e. 1) .. The transfer of patients from the room, a visitor's room, a room where
in put the old Institute located at Catherine tub baths may be had and play
service of 3nd Clark Streets will not take place rocms in which observers may watch
to estab- \untJ the wing is completed furnished. tie children's activities compose most
n Mallorca.:The old building will then be used as of the floor.
an Insur-{an addition to the University Hos- Tntzrnes To Be Housed
a Balearic }f^:4ypial Four internes are to be zioused on
n Spanish }.sThe new wing is completely modern his floor. A class room for medical
the civil RV^, 1ald utilizes the idea current in hos- dents also ha: been provided.
th rital architecture of painting the Approximately 80 patients will be
the Insur- ."<..valls in cheery colors such as light _,emmodated in the new Neuropsy-
ac fues .ue, green and tan. hiatr'c Institute. Patients who have
for surren- 5 f~

--Courtesv of The Ann Arbor News
New halls and their names: (3) Robert Mark Wenley House; (4) Michigan House, including the top
floors of 4a above the central commons; (5) Henry Carter Adams House: (6) Chicago House (tentative): (7)
Alfred Henry Lloyd House; (8) Alexander Winchell House; and (9) George Palmer Williams House.
Also indicated are (A) the main building of the Michigan Union, and (B) the recently completed south
wing of the Union.
TUESDAY, FEB. 14, 1939 to secure eligibility certificates for the Service Examinations. Last date for
VOL. XLIX. No. 94 second semester, first semester report filing application is given in each
cards must be presented at the Of- case.
Notces fice of the Dean of Students. First United States Civil Service:
semester eligibility certificates are The following "Junior" positions
To University Employees in Ad- valid only until March 1.
ministrative, Secretarial, Stenograph- are open to June '39 graduates.
ic, Clerical and Similar Positions: College of Literature, Science, and Junior Professional Assistant, $2,000,
The Business Office desires to know the Arts: Grade reports for students Feb. 27i
what individuals would be desirous of in the College of Literature, Science, Jun 00rAdFebTc27
participating should the Regents find and the Arts will be available for dis- $2,000, Feb. 27
it possible to open to employees of tribution Thursday, Feb. 16, and Fri- Junior Bacteriologist, $2,000, Feb. 27
the above classifications the oppor- day, Feb. 17, in the Registrar's Of- Junior B iologist, $2,000, Feb. 27
tunity to purchase old-age annui- fice, Room 4 U.H. Students desiring Junior Botanist (Taxonomic), $2,000,
ties on exactly the same terms and their grades may call for them. Feb. 27
conditions that they are now pur- --Jib.a
chased by members of the academic Scholarship Award for Detroit Stu- Junior Dairy Husbandman, $2,000,
faculty. These terms and conditions dents of Armenian Descent. The De- Feb. 27
are, in brief, the payment by the in- troit Armenian Women's Club an- Junior Economist, $2,000, Feb. 27
dividual of 5 per cent of his or her nounces that for the college year Junior Engineer, $2,000, Feb. 27
annual compensation as premium up- 1939-40 it will give a scholarship of Junior Entomologist, $2,000, Feb. 27
on an old-age annuity with addi- $100 to a young man or woman of Junior Examination Assistant, $2,000,
tional, equal payment by the Univer- Armenian parentage whose residence Feb. 27
sity for the same purpose. In all is in Detroit and who has demon- Junior Forester, $2,000, Feb. 27
cases premium payments by the strated high scholastic ability in his Junior Geologist, $2,000, Feb. 27
University as well as premium pay- or her particular field of concentra- Junior Home Economist, $2,000, eb. 27
ments by the individual, plus inter- tion. Recommendations of candi- Junior Pharmacist, $2,000, Feb. 27
est, are the permanent possession of dates are to be made by the various Junior Plant Physiologist, $2,000,
the individual under the terms of the colleges and universities in Michigan. Feb. 27
contract with the Teachers Insurance Final selection of the recipient will Junior Plant Pathologist $2,000, Feb.
and Annuity Association. In case of be made by the Scholarship Commit- 27
death before reaching retirement age tee of the Club. Junior Pomologist, $2,000, Feb. 27
all accumulations go into the estate Students in this University who are Junior Range Examiner, $2,000, Feb.
of the individual. eligible and desire to become candi 27
It should not be understood that dates for the scholarship may apply Junior Soil Scientist, $2,000, Feb. 27
this offer is being made to employees; to Dr. Frank E. Robbins, Assistant to Junior Statistician, $2,000, Feb. 27
the purpose of this notice is, rather, the President, 1021 Angell Hall. Junor Textile Technologist, $2,000,
to find out how many would take Feb. 27
advantage of the offer if made and Choral Union Members: Members Junior Veterinarian, $2,000, Feb. 27
thus to know whether the plan is de- of the University Choral Union in Agronomist (Tobacco Investigations)
sired, and if so to enable an esti- good standing, will be issued pass $3,800, March 6
mate of the cost of putting the plan tickets for the Menuhin Concert, Associate Pathologist (Tobacco In-
into operation, if decided upon. Wednesday, Feb. 15, between the vestigations), $3,200, March 6
Cards have been prepared and are hours of 10 and 12 and 1 and 4. After Biologist (Wildlife), $3,800, Feb. 21
available in the offices of the Deans, 4 o'clock no tickets will be issued. Associate Biologist (Wildlife), $3,-
and other principal University of- Members are required to call in per- 200, Feb. 21
fices, on which interested employees son. Assistant Biologist (Wildlife), $2,600,
may file, in the Business Office, by- - Feb. 21
Campus mail or otherwise, their de- Handbooks: Handbooks for 1938-39 Principal Industrial Economist (La-
sire to participate in such a plan if are available at Lane Hall. The sup- bor Economics), $5,600, March 6
established. Replies are desired by ply is limited. Senior Industrial Economist (Labor
the Business Office not later than Economics). $4,600, March 6
Feb. 28, 1939. Students who are 21 years old or Industrial Economist Labor Econ-
Shirley W. Smith. I over and experienced in camp coun- omics). $3,800, March 6
seling and interested in such work Asociate Industrial Economist (Mn-
Studexnt Flight Training: Students for this summer may secure regis- imum Wage Laws) $3,200, March
interested in the course in flight in- tration blanks for the Camp Place- . 6
struction should fill out application ment Unit of the New York State Assistant Industrial Economist (M -
blanks immediately. Full informa- Employment Service at the Bureau imum Wage Laws). $2,600, March
tion concerning requirements, as well of Appointments, 201 Mason Hall. A $5,600, March 6
as the application blanks, may be ob- personal interview in New York City Principal Mediator, $,600, March 6
tained from the Secretary in Room sometime before or during Spring Va- Senior Mediator, $43,00, March 6
B-47 East Engineering Building. cation will 'be necessary. Associate Mediator, $3,200, March 6
----- Office Hours: 9-12 and 2-4. Consultant in Employee-Employer
Graduate Fellowship and Scholar- University Bureau of Appoint- Rlatin EM arch oy
ship application blanks with sup- ments and Occupational In- Relations, $5,600, March 6
porting material must be filed in the formation. State School ElementaryPublic
Graduate School Office by Feb. 15. School Teacher, $115-135, Feb. 16
ThechBureTeacher.p$int-ent, Feb. 16
Crtificate of Eligibility. In order he Bureau of Appotments has re- Dietitian, $115-135, Feb. 20
ceived notice of the following Civil (Continueed on Page 4)
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