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TH ti' MItHGAN DAILY ____

ARY MAGAZINE:

St. Patrick's Day Debut
Planned For 'Generation'

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Although 'Generation' will reach
public on St. Patrick's Day,
wness will be its only connection
th the green of the day, accord-
to Charles Olsen, '51, editor of
new arts magazine.
The coincidence of 'Genera-
n' falling on a holiday will not
erfere with its serious pur-
es," added Olsen.
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THE PUBLICATION will be a
rary magazine containing short
ries, a one-act play, dance re-
ws, poetry, literary, dramatic
I music criticisms and art
rks. All material will be com-
ed by students.
"The pages are being designed

especially for our magazine. It
will not be as complicated as
Flair, the new national fashion
and literary magazine; but it
will be something new and in-
teresting for a college publica-
tion," he said.
Advertisements, which are be-
ing designed by students in the
schools of art and design, are un-
der the direction of Robert An-
dres, '50, and Thomas Yamada,
'51. Approximately eight of the.
100 pages will consist of advertise-
ments which will fit in with the
over-all artistic pattern of the
publication.
A CONTEST for a cover de-
sign is now going on among art
students.
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NEW WASHTENAW COUNTY BUILDING-Shown above is the proposed new Washtenaw County
Building estimated to cost $2,600,000. Ann Arbor citizens will vote on the bond issue on April 3. The
sleek modern building, if approved, will be erected on the stie of the present Washtenaw County
Court house building which has been standing since 1877. William Jennings Bryan once delivered
a famous campaign speech in the old courthouse.

CORRECTION

Many people think that Ulrich's Book
Store carries only ENGINEERING
books . . . Ulrich's carry a very huge
stock of used and new books for every
course on the Michigan campus.

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Anthropologist
To Give Talk
Aboriginal dances and primi-
tive songs will highlight a lecture
on "Aboriginal Australis" at 4:15
p.m. today in Rackham Amphi-
theatre.
Thespeaker will be Frank M.
tSetzler, chief curator, division of
anthropology, United States Na-
tional Museum. He will illustrate
his talk with colored film from
the National Geographic Society.
Setzler spent some time on an
expedition around the northern
tip of Australia, studying the
natives. Also on the staff of the
expedition was Prof. Robert R.
Miller of the zoology depart-
ment, curator of fishes in the
zoology museum.
Among other adventures, the
expedition almost suffered a ship-
wreck off the eastern Australia
coast, when the boat got hung up
on a reef.
The Australian study was spon-
sored by the National Museums of
the United States and Australia.
Gulantics Review
Campus stars will shine in the
annual Gulantics Review at 8 p.-
m. Saturday, Hill Auditorium.
Presented Jointly by the Men's
Glee Club, Union and League, the
vaudeville show will spotlight cam-
pus talent.
The Hill Auditorium stage will
be transformed into a night club
scene for the event which was first
presented here last year.
Ted Smith and his Orchestra
will supply a musical background
for ttie show.
Singers, dancers, comics, a
throat whistler and a Dixieland
combo will be among the acts pre-
sented.
Tickets are on sale at the Hill
Auditorium box office..

Sleek New Construction
May Replace Courthouse

By ZANDER HOLLANDER
An Ann Arbor landmark, the
Washtenaw County Courthouse on
Main Street where William Jen-
nings Bryan delivered one of his
famous campaign speeches, will
be torn down to make way for a
sleek new building if County vot-
ers are willing.
On April 3 ballot, a two-propo-
sition plan for financing a new
county building, on the site of
Cam pus
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EVENTS TODAY

the present courthouse, will be
placed before the voters. It in-
cludes a $2,600,000 bond issue and
a 1.25 mill increase in property tax
limit.
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THE NEW county building is
to be a modern functional design,
according to the architect, R. S.
Gerganoff, and will provide room
for services now housed in the old
building and many departments
located in other buildings.
It will nearly triple the space
of the present structure with
five floors containing such fea-
tures as air-conditioned court-
rooms and meeting rooms, ter-
razo marble flooring, acoustical
ceilings and bronze exterior
doors.
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Your choice of

PRINTING, PROCESS PRINTING,

or ENGRAVING.

Quality papers - Excellent workmanship
in a wide variety of styles.
RaMSaY-CnNFIELD, Inc.

Lecture -Industrial statesman IT WAS BLUE printed by Ger-
Walter P. Hill will speak on the ganoff and a staff of 19 designers.
subject "Why Do It Like Grand- He and the Post-War Building
father" before the American Or- Committee studied similar edifices
dinance Association at 7:30 p.m., in 23 cities before formulating
Rm. R, Michigan Union. The As- plans for the Ann Arbor project.
sociation, composed of faculty and Chief point of controversy
students in technical professions, that has kept the Board of Su-
will present Mr. Hill as the first pervisors debating the building
speaker on their Spring Semester for 15 years has been the choice
Program. of a site.
Drama Tryouts - Cast and pro - IThepresent location was assign-
duction staff tryouts for the Civic ed by the city in 1824 and the
Theatre production "The Malefirst structure, a small brick court-
Animal" will be held at 7:30 p.m. house was erected in 1833. This
in the cabin at Burns Park, ac-basgutted by fire and
cording to David Marshall, '50, di- the present one was built in 1877.
rector. Christman said that he thought
the voters would approve the pro-
Meeting - The Michigan Edu- positions.
cation Club will meet at 7:15 p.m.
at the League to discuss plans for
the Spring semester. IusA d Corncl
Michigan Technic - Business,"
and editorial staff tryout meeting Petitions Due
will be held at 7 p.m., 205 W. En-
gineering Annex.

119 East Liberty

Phone 7900

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331 EAST HURON.
Imported English Georgian silver; Shefield plate; China single pieces
and sets; Staffordshire figures; brass candle sticks; old Bibles; collec-
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seals ideal for jewelry mounting; large collection of antique jewelry;
other interesting items.
OPEN DAILY 10-6 and SUNDAY AFTERNOONS

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Petitioning for posts on the
Business Administration Council
will end tomorrow when petitions
are due at the office of the School
of Business Administration.
Six posts are open according to
John McCarthy, council secretary.
Positions are for two semesters.
Any student registered in the
School of Business Administration
who will be enrolled for two semes-
ters may apply. Elections are sche-
duled for March 1.
Petitions are available today
and tomorrow in the business ad-
ministration school office.

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