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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FM

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 195S PAGE ?TVE
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Dance Chairmen Jobs Open

NORTH CAMPUS GROWS:

Ex-Editor Covers Russia

Students interested in chairing
committees for the Student Legis-
lature-sponsored annual Home-
coming Dance may obtain peti-
tions today through Monday at
the SL Bldg.
Positions now open are chair-
manships of the publicity, tickets,
decorations, checking and refresh-
ments, building and grounds, pro-
grams and patrons committees. In-
terviewing will begin next week.
* * *
SCHEDULED for Oct. 31, the
fall Homecoming Dance will fea-
ture the music of Claude Thorn-
hill's orchestra. Thornhill, who al-

so played for the Homecoming
Dance of 1950, organized his pres-
ent musical group after a World
War II term in the Navy.
This year will mark the 56th
annual Homecoming celebration at
the University. According to cus-
tom, the gala annual event began
in 1897 when a large group of
alumni returned to Ann Arbor for
a football game with the varsity
squad.
SL now relies on the dance for
a large share of its operating in-
come. Last fall's dance netted
more than $2,000 in ticket sales.

New Lab Nears Completion

(Continued from Page 1)

N-0-T-1-C-E
We wish to welcome all of the y
former students back to the
routine of classwork and oc-
tivities. To you, the new stu-
dents we wish to congratulate
you on your choice of Ann Ar-
Sbor Educational facilities. If we .
can be of service to both for
mer and new students as well
as faculty members pleaseJ
K. Jewell phone for an appointment. R. Jewell
K and R-1 Health Studio
Ground Floor 324 E. Liberty, Phone 2-6428. OPEN EVENINGS
Located next to Colonial Yarn Shop

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By PAT ROELOFS
Cooley Memorial Research Lab-
oratory, the first structure to be
built on the 376-acre North Cam-
pus, is near completion.
Slated for occupancy Oct. 15,
the $1,150,000 laboratory will be
dedicated at a formal ceremony
Oct. 24 during the engineering
college's centennial celebration.
LOCATED ACROSS the Huron
River from University Hospital,
Cooley lab will be used for engi-
neering research. It was financed
by donations given in memory of
Mortimer E. Cooley, former dean
of the engineering college, and
Engineering Research Institute
funds.
Bids for the next North Cam-
pus structure, the $1,400,000
Phoenix Memorial Laboratory,
are tentatively set to be awarded
by Dec. 1, according to Lynn W.
Fry, superintendent of archi-
tecture at the plant department.
The lab will be built directly to
the west of the Cooley Bldg.
Third structure to rise from
North Campus ground will be a
library stack building to the south
of the Cooley lab. The State Leg-
islature has appropriated $549,-
000 for construction of the book
storage building. Bidding date has
been set for the first of next year.
Still only in the planning stage,
but slated to follow the above-
named projects is an automotive
laboratory to replace archiac fa-
cilities on the present campus.
* * *
NORTH CAMPUS in its entirety
is a 50-75 year project, which will
consist of music and fine arts
buildings, housing projects for
married students and other need-
ed University facilities.
Road grating and land level-
ing progresses as appropriations
and funds for various structures
are realized, with a central area
already leveled for present build-
ing plans.
The main entrance to the area
has been completed and plumbing
systems laid.
Saarinen and Associates, archi-
tects, have been hired by the Re-
gents to plan the North Campus
on the basis of University needs.
Revamping of plans, caused by
fund and department changes, is
handled by Saarinen, who will act
as consultant on building changes
and plans in the long-range proj-
ect.
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presentation of your passport
and $2.50 to cover consular fees."
Russian sources later told news-
men the group would be allowed
freedom of travel.
The trip was on. Last minute
reflections caused four of the
group to drop out, but frantic
preparations were made by the
remaining three to get underway
as soon as possible.
HOLLANDER, a political scienceI
graduate, related in letters to Uni-
versity faculty friends last week:
"Now, after chaotic days of meet-
ings in Washington and New
York, we are near flight time. I
await the morrow and subsequent
weeks with the greatest eagerness.
We realize the Soviet purpose in
all this; the primary motive can
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by no means be the furtherence
of American interests.
"But we go, to see as much as
we are permitted to see, to look
as deeply into Soviet life as
time, our own limited experi-
ence, and our hosts will-either
by design or accident-allow.
"We will try to report the truth
to our countrymen."
Hollander and his associates ex-
pect to finance their venture by
magazine and newspaper writings
including a forthcoming Daily se-
ries. The 22 year old Brooklynite
and his associates will spend two
weeks inside Russia.

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COOLEY LAB-Blue-tinted windows lining the front of ultra-
modern Cooley Laboratory on North campus are viewed by a
present-day campus resident.
EXPANDED PROGRAM:
Extension Courses Cover
Bible, Business, Gardening

'I 1 French Fries

(large order) .............. 25c

French Fried Onion Rings (large order) . .40c
BAKED GOODS FROM OUR BAKERY

With a total enrollment of more
than 2,700 students, the Universi-
ty's growing extension school pro-
gram will open six new classes this
week in Ann Arbor on topics rang-
ing from real estate to the Bible.
An eight-week course for home
gardeners will begin at 7:30 p.m.
tomorrow in Rm. 176 Business
Administration Bldg. The class
will cover planting, soil manage-
ment and culture of ornamental
plants.
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INITIATED this year in the
musical field is a course entitled
"TheMadrigal Singers." Directed
by Alfred R. Neumann of the En-
gineering Research Institute, the
class will feature Prof. Maynard
Klein of the music school as a fre-
quent guest conductor.
Courses studying the record-
er and opera also have been
added this year.
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a program leading to a certificate
in real estate, opened yesterday
under the instruction of Kenneth
W. Lieber, a Michigan realtor.
Leroy Waterman, professor em-
eritus of semantics and author of
"The Religion of Jesus," began an
extension course yesterday entitled
"Letting the Bible Speak for It-
self."
One-day sessions of the sixth
annual Conference for School
Board Members will begin at 10
a.m. Thursday in the Rackham
Bldg. University President Har-
lan H. Hatcher will address the
conference at a luncheon meet-
ing.
Information about all classes
in the local extension program
may be obtained from Mrs.
Charles A. Fisher, 4501 Adminis-
tration Bldg. or by calling 3-1511,
Ext. 2887.

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