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THE MICHIGAN -DAILY

Bennett To Talk Local Museum
At Coffee Hour S
i ~Is State -Wiee
The third in the series of voca- e
tional lectures which are a feature of Research Point
the Thursday Coffee Hours at the
Union will be held today from 4:30 to
5:30, Don Treadwell, '40, of the The University Museum has become
Union Executive Council announced. the research center of a statewide
Dean Wells I. Bennett of the School project sponsored by the University
of Architecture will discuss "Profes- and carried on by WPA funds.
sional Aspects of the Architectural The purpose of the project is to as-
Field." sist museums throughout the state
Both student and faculty women in the collection and care of material
are invited in keeping with the and in the development of exhibits.
Union's new policy of admitting wom- In order to accomplish this a source
en to the Coffee Hours. unit was established at the University.
Because of the wealth of material
in the University Museums and li-
S .'chool Costs braries, Ann Arbor is an ideal focal
point for the gathering and distribut-
But Partially ing of such source material.
.7 Any museum now existing in the
1 state may use this new research cen-
Paid By Fees ter, and the project directors also
hope to develop new museums where

Deep underground are two soldiers of the 1938 "Wacht am Rhein." Student fees pay only a JIttle more
This is a crew of the Limes Fortifications on which 500,000 Germans than one-fifth of the University's
have labored two years, building massive gun nests and tank traps. expense,. it is revealed in the Uni-
These rooms haveelectricity, telephone, running water. versity's Financial Report for the year
ended June 30, 1938. Of the Univer-
sity's $7 760,098 income for the year
(excluding the Hospital), students
Records Of 92,000 Graduates paid only $1,693,134, or 21.82 per
Kept In Alumni Catalog Office Total assets of the University, the
.~~.u~iiii a L 1O ~report states, stand at $69,548,641. Of
this sum, according to the report,
By FRANK HOPKINS graphical order and is used with a over $50,000,000 represents buildings,
Already recognized as having the reproducing machine to address all lands, land improvements and equip-
ecorrespondence to alumni. This list ment.
most efficient Alumni fing -system is tabbed according to departments The state appropriation of $4,687,-
int the world, the Michigan Alumni on the campus, Mrs. Hadley said, and 361 for t he year amounted to a little
Catalog office has moved into larger Iaselecting device on the addresso- more than d0 per cent of the Uni-
quarters in Alumni Memorial Hall to graph picks out the desired depart- versity's income. Direct expenditures
iprovideadequate space for its ever- ment and greatly speeds up the work for instruction amounted to slightly
i expanding files. of addressing. As the Medical, Den- over 60 per cent of the institution's
The department, under the direc- tal, Law and other schools are con- expenditures. The state appropriation
tion of Mrs. Lunette Hadley. was or- stantly sending bulletins and other was only about $250,000 more than
iginally installed in a small base- information to graduates, this por- the amount spent directly for instruc-
ment room of Alumni Hall, but ex- I tion of the office's work is increasing tit,

communities desire them and will
guarantee their continuance after
the project itself is completed and
WPA funds withdrawn.
Miss Dorothy Myers, formerly in
the Department of Visual Education,
state supervisor of the project, has
been travelling throughout the state
making contacts with the various
museums and getting the work under
1way.
Work has already been begun in
Kalamazoo, Holland,. Grand Rapids,
Flint,BMuskegon, Lansing, Port Hu-
ron, Battle Creek, and :i Detroit

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rapidly. With the added space now Omer items in the income of the
in dyehmore equ de will be need- University for the year were: income
use, mo rsHequipmentwate nd from endowment, 6.66 per cent; gifts
ed soon, Mrs. Hadley stated. for current use, 4.76 per. cent; sales
Further duties of the Catolog Of- and services, 2.90 per cent; Federal
fice involve the keeping of a com- land grant, 0.50 per cent; and mis-
plete record of the faculty, past and cellaneous 2.96 per cent.
present, and the editing of a Necrol-
ogy page in the Michigan Alupinus. jt
Mrs. Hadley said that other u iiver- POst-Graduate Courses
sities often send representatives to Offered To Foresters
study the file system here. 'Michigan
should be proud of the high degree of According to a plan recently ap- (
efficiency here attained, but she proved by the Board of Regents, for-
should honor no less the human pur- esters in the lake states area will be :
pose served in the reuniting of friends offered two post-graduate courses this
and families through these facilities. winter by the School of Forestry and
Conservation.
The first of the courses, designed
Auditions Ontin Ce chiefly for men in the United States
Forest Service, will be given during
Fori Amateur Hour January, and will deal with adminis-
trative problems arising in public
Students still interested in audi- forest projects. The second, planned
tioning for the amateur hour spon- for February, will outline the prob-
sored by the University Broadcast- lems of cost and financial manage-.
ing Service may do so by sending a, ment involved in timber production,
penny postcard with their name and -
telephone number to Ted Grace, '39 Second Technic Issued
at Morris Hall.
Auditions will be held from 8 to Featuring the second in a series of
9:30 p.m. this Sunday and every Sun- articles on the functional branches
day hereafter in Morris Hall and of engineering, "Sales",'by E. C. Wahl,
winners, who will be chosen by the '25E, Detroit sales engineer, the Nov-
applause of the audience, will appear ember issue of the Technic went on
at 3:15 p.m. the following Thursday sale at 8 a.m. yesterday, Walton A.
over radio station WJR. Rodger, '39E, editor, announced.
Cfssaifed Directory
FOR RENT ! PAPERHANGER--Craftsman, cap-
. E_. ..d.g_ able fine paper work. Dial 7209. 181
FOR RENT---Suite and single at .5071
S. Division. 189
_.-_._.__.DRIVING to OHIO State game Fri-
LAUNDRIES day, return Sunday. For informa-
LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned. tion cell 4488 between 7:00 and
Careful work at low prices. 9 9:00 p.m. 183
LOST and FOUND WANTED - TYPING
L.OST--Ladies gold Elgin wrist TYPING --Experienced. Reasonable
watch, Saturday morning, near Irates. Phone 5689. L. M. Haywood.
campus. Please call 9032. Demand-. 167
ante. 180 TYPING at reasonable rates. Mrs.
LOST: Yellow pigskin jacket. cbhem- Howard. 613 Hill St., dial 5244. 176
istry textbook, valuable brown note- __
book. Reward. Call 21518 or return
to C. H. Cousineau, 204 N. Ingalls.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE--Very old viola labeled
KLOTZ Aho very old violin labeled
Klotz. James Coon, 302 E. Madi-
son. Phone 4486. 187
FOR SALE---Prectically new Reining-
ton Portable Typewriter. $35.00.1
Phone 3236, or 4121, Ext. 435. 185
MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED-Teacher will share at-

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