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THE MCHIGAN DAILY

BVNDAY, FEBRUARY

TUE MIChIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, FEBRUAUY

State of Michigan May Gain
Control of Wayne University

Professor

Dorr Named Dean of State
Wide Education Services

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(continued from page 1)
lature reflect "almost perfectly"
the recommendations of the Ruth-
ven Report, President Hilberry
said.
Similar Plan Defeated
In 1946, according to the Presi-
dent, a joint Senate-House com-
mittee was appointed to study the
place of Wayne University in the
state.
"The committee recommended
then that Wayne be placed under
state control. For financial rea-
sons however, a bill urging state
control of Wayne was defeated,"
President Hilberry claimed.
The feeling now, President Hil-
berry commented, i that students
in the metropolitan area should
have the advantages of a state
institution just as students in other
areas of the state d'o.
Financial Support Doubtful
Although a Detroit responsibil-
ity, the state has made contribu-
tions to Wayne for several years.
Through aid based on a /2 -mill
differential formula, Wayne has
received more than $2,000,000 an-
nually. The Y present agreement,
though, runs out In 1959.

"When the present state agree-
ment runs out noone knows
where Wayne will get the money
to meet its budget unless it is ac-
quired by the state," Hilberry said.
Parkiing Lot
Earns $37,184
Ann Arbor High School's park-
ing lot on Stadium Blvd. has earn-
ed $37,184 for the school on Uni-
versity football Saturdays during
the past five years.
High school students and fac-
ulty members have worked at the
parking lot during all University
home football games since 1951.
This has brought the high school
a net profit of $23,731.
Of this amount, $17,166 has been
earmarked for various extra-cur-
ricular and special activities of
the high school, including several
clubs, the band and the high
school paper.
In 1951, 1952 and last year, in-
comes from the parking venture
went well over $8,000.

To Present
Law Speech
Professor Paul G. Kauper of the
University Law School will pre-
sent the first of the Thomas M.
Cooley lectures tomorrow at 4:15
p.m. in 100 Hutchins Hall.
Prof. Kauper will present a series
of five lectures under the general
heading, "Frontiers of Constitu-
tional Liberty."
Tomorrow's lecture entitled,
"New Wine in Old Bottles," will
concern flexibility of Constitution-
al interpretation, judicial hierar-
chy and transformation of values.
The remaining lectures to be
delivered through Wednesday con-
tinues Feb. 20 and 21 will be titled,
"The Market Place of Ideas," "God
and Caesar," "The Process That Is
Due," and "Constitutional Color
Blindness."
Prof. Kauper, a graduate of
Earlham College in Richmond, Ind,
and the University Law School,
practiced for several years in In-
diana, New York and Michigan be-
fore becoming a part time instruc-
tor here in 1934.

(continued from page 1)
Major activities to come under
Prof. Dorr's administrative super-
vision will be the Extension Serv-
ice, Audio-Visual Education Cen-
ter, Bureau of School Services,
off-campus operations of the sum-
mer session, off-campus profes-
sional programs, community and
adult education, branch centers
such as Flint College and the edu-
cational phases of television and
radio.
Vice-President Niehuss described
the need for the new position by
telling the Regents, "The growth
of the University and the expand-
ing scope of its educational activi-
ties, together with the need for
comprehensive planning and pre-
paration for future growth, have
created a constantly increasing
number of administrative and pol-
icy problems which require the
attention of the Vice-President
and Dean of Faculties.
"The volume of these problems
has now reached a point where,
in the interest of effective admin,
istration and educational planning,
the personnel and administrative
organization of the office of Vice-
President and Dean of Faculties
needs to be strengthened substan-
tially."

French has been with the State!
Department since 1949. He was an
instructor in Political Science at
Western Reserve University during
1936-37 and then came to the
University where he was an in-
structor from 1937 to '41.
At Mills College, Oakland, where
he went after leaving the Univer-
sity, French served as Dean of
Faculty from '41 to '46.
Prof. Dorr is a member of the
American Political Science Associ-
ation, the Conference of Mid-West
Politieval Scientists, American So-
ciety for Public Administration,
Michigan Academy of Science Arts
and Letters and the University Re-
search Cltb.
He has served on 18 University
committees.
AA Man Honored
CHICAGO (A-The gold medal
of the American College of Radi-
ology was presented Friday to Dr.
Sameule M. Donaldson of Ann Ar-
bor, Mich., for "outstanding con-
tribution to medical economics and
business practices."
Dr. Donaldson, director of the
Department of Radiology at St.
Joseph's Mercy Hospital, was
singled out for his work.

MAKEzRS" 0 74 '

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11:00 A.M. Saturday
Phone NO 2-3241
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Apply 113 S. Ashley, Ann Arbor Yellow1
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PERSONAL
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Call Dori, NO 5-5419 evenings for
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A REMINGTON Officewriter and Under-
wood portable typewriter. Both in
excellent condition. Phone evenings
after 4 p.m. NO 2-5375. )126B
MENS Humber English Bicycle; ABC
Automatic washing machine; wolver-
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EDUCATION and Business Admiinistra-
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ARMY, NAVY type oxfords-$6.88, sox
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Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington.
)123B
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BOARDERS WANTED - Good food.
Reasonable rates. Call Art Cieslak,
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USED CARS
BUY WITH CONFIDENCE-Fully re-
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BUSINESS SERVICES
WANT TO DO student typing in my
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rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave Bac Shop, 224 Nickels Arcade.
)30S
RICHARD MADDY - VIOLINMAKER.
Fine, old certified instruments and
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ATTRACTIVE ROOM for graduate wom-
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034 E. William St., NO 8-6075. ' )13D
BUSINESS or professional woman want-
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campus = share expenses, not food.
Call 2-1878. )21D
SHARE double room with kitchen privi-
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MEN STUDENTS - Single at 518 E.
William. Singles and doubles at 344
S. Division. 4 room furnished apart-
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CAMPUS TOURISTS
Phone NO 3-8454
)19D
KITCHEN PRIVILEGES-House for 6 to
8 men immediately. $8 per week each.
NO 3-3003. )18D
ROOM FOR RENT-Male. Clean and
quiet at 314 N. Thayer. Phone 3-5400
after 4:30.- )17D
LOOKING FOR ROOMMATE. - Half
block from campus. Cooking privi-
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FOR RENT
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Excellent opportunity for top notch
people. Write Mr. Baruch or Mr.
Sandweiss, 18696 Santa Rosa, -Detroit
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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
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Medical Technologists In the fields of
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Good vacation, sick leave policie
Liberal fringe benefits, excell
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Apply:; 7
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Personnel Office
3012 Administration Bldg.
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UNION TRYOUT MEETINGS
SCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAY

Tryout meetings will be held by the Union Student Offices
this Wednesday at 4:15 P.M. in Rm. 3-L and at 7:15 P.M. in Rm.
3-B of the Union.
Male students interested in participating in any of the stu-
dent activities sponsored by the Union are invited to attend one
of these meetings. Although the meetings are designed to obtain
personnel for the Student Offices, attendance at the meetings
does not obligate a man to sign up as a tryout.
A tryout is actually a staffman at the Student Offices, who
Is assigned to his choice of the nine Student Offices' committees
soon after he joins the staff. He is required to work only two
hours each week in regular office hours.
Refresh ents will be served at the meetings and the guests
will have an Opportunity to question the Union officers who will
be present to explain positions and activities of the major com-
mittees.

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