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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5,1954

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Buy BALFOUU
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FAVORS
PROGRAMS
STATIONERY
CERAMIC MUGS
PADDLES
GIFTS AND NOVELTIES
Home of the "OFFICIAL"
MICHIGAN RINGS.
L. G. Balfour
1321 South University

Students Take
Part in Meet
Lewis A. Burnham, '55, and Rob-
ert C. Schumann, Grad., were
among 45 college and university
students chosen to participate in
a career survey program held this
summer in Cincinnati.
Sponsored by Proctor and Gam-
ble, the summer workshop gave
qualified college men an opportu-
nity to observe various careers in
industry during an intensive two-
week session.
The workshop is open to students
of chemical, mechanical, electri-
cal, general and industrial engi-
neering and also to chemistry stu-
dents.

FOUR STACK LEVELS:
Addition in Progress on Law Research Library

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By DEBRA 16URCHSLAG
Bearing a striking resemblance
to the Architecture and Design
School's experimental unistrut
metal-frame project across the
street, a structure of steel girders
has sprouted from the stern
Gothic facade of the Legal Re-
search Library.
Eventually Massachusetts gran-
ite, English ivy, and the New York
firm of York and Sawyer will have
transformed the bright-orange
frame into four additional stack
floors. This will bring the Wil-
liam W. Cook Legal Research
Library to 10 stack levels, adding
15 research offices, 18 carrells for
student study and shelf capacity
for 180,000 volumes.
Another feature of the new
structure will be a connecting
bridge between the seventh stack
level and the third floor of Hutch-
ins Hall.
Cook Endowment
The Library addition is being
financed mainly by income saved
during the war years from the
Cook endowment fund, according
to Dean E. Blythe Stason of the
Law School. The State Legislature s
appropriated $250,000 of the totalt
$700,000 cost.a

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viding for Hutchins Hall, which
was completed in 1932.
The philanthropist never return-
ed to the University to see the pro-
ject which had occupied so much
of his time, money and attention.
He followed the work to the last
detail through photographs, draw-
ings and daily progress reports,
but could never be persuaded to
view the final result.
According to some reports, he
felt it might spoil his dream, to
return, while others attribute the
somewhat eccentric action to ,his
modesty.
One of Cook's reasons for do-
nating the Law Quad was the
value he placed on the law pro-
fession in the administration of
the country. He wrote a book en-
titled "American Institutions and
Their Preservation" during the
period of supervising building
plans.
Union Opera
Tryout meeting for student
director for this year's Union
Opera has been changed from
Wednesday to 4 p.m. Friday in
Rm. 3G of the Union, according
to Guy Moulthrop, '56, promo-
tions chairman.

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in shape so well as
the "Crwvenette process"

STUDENT SUPPLIES
TYPEWRITERS
ADDING MACHINES
Bought, Sold, RENTED and
Repaired
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Desks, Chairs, Steel Files
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MORRI LI'S
314 S. State St. Since 1908
Phones: NO 8-7177 - NO 8-9610
Open Saturdays until 5 P.M.
except home games.

-Daily--Dickc GasktU

LAW QUAD ADDITION

William Cook, a wealthy New
York lawyer who made millions as
special counsel for the Mackay in-
terests and the Commercial Cable
and Postal Telegraph Company,
graduated from the University
Law School in 1882. It in estimat-
ed that he contributed more than

$20,000,000 to the University, in-
cluting the Martha Cook Building
and the entire Law Quadrangle.
In 1924 the' Lawyer's Club, first
of the English Gothic structures,
was donated by Cook. He died in
1930, leaving almost his entire es-
tate to the University and pro-

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Art Exhibit
Plans Made
"The Classical Motif" and
"French Painting at Mid-Century"
are the exhibits to be shown this
month at the Alumni Memorial Hall
Museum of Art.
The first exhibit will open Fri-
day, continuing through Oct. 29.
The water colors of the second ex-
hibit will be on view from Sunday
until Oct. 31.
Alumni Hall is open daily from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. and from 2 to 5 p.m.
Sundays.
ngineers To Hold
Jackson Meeting
Michigan section of the Insti-
tute of Electrical Engineers will
hold a meeting at 6:30 p.m. to-
day at the Hotel Hayes in Jackson.

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1608 South University, written by Prof. Arthur
Eastman and Prof. Alexander Allison .. . 50c ...
Tickets available at Democratic Headquarters or
door. Sponsored by the Ann Arbor Women's Demo-
cratic Club.

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%..hoice of Job
You don't have any
choice on the first and
very little on the second. .
On the third however, it's strictly up to you--
a poor choice can throw you years behind your
classmates and a good choice can put you years
ahead.
At Chance Vought, young engineers
(Aeronautical, Mechanical, Civil and Electrical)
have every opportunity to make a mark for
themselves in the industry that places the greatest
value on engineering skill and ingenuity.
The very nature of the modern aircraft -its
immense complexity and its never-ending
development -presents technical problems that
are unparalleled in any other field of engineering.
The chart illustrates two things; first, the
extent to which our work involves the various
engineering and scientific specialties and second,
the scope of the opportunities that exist for
the young engineer.
For more information regarding these
employment opportunities please contact your
placement office in order to arrange for an
interview with our representative when he is on
campus, or write for a copy of "Your Career With
Chance Vought Aircraft"
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