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4 TUESDAY, SErPTheMBU 3, 1952

THE MICHIGXN DAILY

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Wolverines'
Tryouts Set
For Tonight
A special meeting of the Wol-
verine Club will be held at 7:30
p.m. today in the Union for all
~'students interested in working!
with the club during the coming
school year.
The meeting is designed to en-
list new members into the club'
and to familiarize new students
with the clubs operations.
Most of the activities of the
club are carried on during the
fall when it serves as coordi-
nator of pep rallies, accom-
modates out-of-town guests on
football weekends and arranges
special trips for away games.,
This year the club is sponsor of
the Block-M Section at home-
games and has begun plans for a
trip to the Northwestern game at
Evanston.
A club spokesman has also an-
nounced that if all tickets in the
block card section were not called
for yesterday, students regularly
scheduled to pick up their tick-
ets today may be able to get seats
between the 30 and 50 yard line
without having to participate in
the flash card program.
The first pep rally of the year
will take place on Friday night,
prior to the State game. The Mich-
igan Marching Band, speakers,
cheerleaders and a torch-light pa-
rade are scheduled for the rally.
Set Psychology
Training Program
A two-year training program for
school psychologists has been set
up at the University.
Those completing it will qualify
for certification as School Psy-
chological Diagnosticians in the
state's educational program for
special services for mentally han-
dicapped children, Willard C. Ol-
son, dean of the School 'of Edu-
cation, said.
Further information may be ob.-
tained from Dean Olson or Prof.
Donald G. Marquis, psychology de-
partment chairman.

--Gaily-Alan Reid
TIE NEW ANGELL HALL ADDITION, SCHEDULED FOR DEDICATION FRIDAY
C r ** ** *O N , , a
Ceremony To Oen New Ange Hall

Position Open on Board
Of Student Publications
Petitioning is now open for any ssociation, operating out of
students interested in filling a va- Philadelphia.
cancy on the Board in Control of * * *
Student Publications for the com- FORMERLY, the vacancy would
iWl oearhave been filled by the student
who had placed fourth in the
Leonard Wilcox, one of the three campus voting. But under a new
student members elected by the ruling, the new member is chosen
campus to the nine-man board last by the seven Student Legislature
spring, was forced to resign his cabinet members -jointly with the
seat when he was elected vice- three members of the publica-
president of the National Student tions board executive committee.
Those interested should sub-
mit petitions stating their qual-
iSRA Hfications to Howard Willens, SL
president, at the SL Bldg., 51Z
S. State St.
M eeting for The publications board has the
functions of approving appoint-
S ewcom er~s ments to the various publications
Ncestaff and exercising some financial
supervision of the publications.
The Student Religious Associa- Any scholastically eligible stu-
tion got off to a flying start this dent may petition.
fall with a pre-orientation week
Freshman Rendezvous at the Uni- Surgeons Meet
versity Fresh Air Camp.
versty Fesh ir cmp.Ten members of the Depart-
More than 120 incoming stu- ment of Surgery of the Medical
dents took part in the get-togeth- School are now attending the an-
er, spending three days in dis- nualameeting of the American Col-
cussions of campus problems and lege of Surgeons at the Waldorf-
the place of religion in college life. Astoria in New York City, lasting
Convening in small groups the through Saturday.
newcomers heard outstanding fac-
ulty members and administration
officials answer questions relat-
ing to specialized fields of study.
The freshmen also heard talks
from President Harlan Hatchen,
Dean of Students Erich Walter
and Dean of Women Deborah Ba-
con.
SRA also sponsored a planning
retreat for all religious groups
bef ore the registration period.
Chief speaker of the event was
T. Z. Koo, now on the faculty at
University of Iowa. Koo discussed AN
the need for a balance between
scientific and philosophic knowl-
edge. He asserted that his native
China lacked the former while VWASH n
this country seemed to lack a mor-
al and ethical emphasis.
-ajn hour a
Maurer Elected damp-dry
Prof. Wesley H. Maurer, chair-
man of the -Department of Jour-
nalism at the University has been1nghouse
elected vice president of the Asso-
ciation of Accredited Schools and
Departments of Journalism.
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TYPEWRITERS
ADDING MACHINES
W1C Tape Recorders
Fountain Pens
Stationery
Office Furniture
Student and Office Supplies
GI Requisitions Accepted
ce M O R R I L L'S Phone
314 S. State St. 7177
OPEN SATURDAY AFTERNOONS EXCEPT HOME GAMES

The long-awaited opening of
the sleek new $4,700,000 Angell
Hall addition will be duly marked
with impressive dedication cere-
monies at 5 p.m. Friday.
Representative Joseph Warner,
chairman of the State Legislature
House Ways and Means Committee
will open the dedication ritual by
presenting the new buildings to
the University on behalf of the
State of Michigan.
PRESIDENT Harlan H. Hatcher
will then follow up by officially
presenting the model facilities to
Literary College Dean Charles
Odegaard.
Preceding the actual dedica-
tion rites, an academic proces-
sion of robed professors, state
and University officials and
student leaders will make their
way from the Administration
Bldg. to the spacious Angell Hall
Auditoriums. Here a bronze
plaque dedicated to former Uni-
versity President Robert Angell

will be unveiled. The procession
of notables will then proceed to
the main ceremony on the steps
of the General Library.
Gov. G. Mennen Williams, orig-
inally scheduled to highlight the
program, was forced by the exig-
encies of the closely-fought gu-
bernatorial campaign to send in
his stead State Comptroller Robert
Steadman.
STUDENTS will have an oppor-
tunity to take guided tours
through the twentieth century-
styled Angell Hall Auditoriums,
Mason Hall, and Haven Hall and
refreshments at an all-campus
open house from 3 to 5 p.m. Fri-
day.
Finding new homes in the ad-
dition will be the psychology,
history, political science, soci-
ology, journalism and English
departments. In addition a sub-
stantial amount of well-win-

dowed classroom space will be-
come available.
The glistening masonry will re-
place South Wing, Mason, Univer-
sity, and Haven Halls, recently
razed after nearly a century of
service.
Plans for a new Haven Hall, in
the making for a number of years,
finally materialized when the 87
year old building caughtfire June
6, 1950, alledgedly at the hand of
Latin teaching fellow Robert Sta-
cy. Stacy's arrest came four
months and four days after the
exam-period blaze when his for-
mer girl friend turned him in to
the police demanding that he be
committed to an institution for
the insane. Convicted on an ar-
son charge, he is now sitting out
a five to ten year term in South-
ern Michigan Jackson's Prison.
THE ORIGINAL Mason Hall
was one of the five buildings built
to fill the needs of the University
of Michigan when it opened its
doors in 1843. The antiquated hall
housed dormitories, classrooms, a
chapel, library and the Univer-
sity Museum.

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ANY full-time University student is eligible to try out. Freshmen
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TIME is 7:15 on Tuesday, September 23rd, a general meeting
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TRYOUTS will continue evenings throughout the week in Room
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