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IrIESDAY, APRIL 16, 1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE TWREE

EAST QUAD OPERATION:
C. H. Benzinger Memorial Library Complete

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East Quad Council showed of
the latest part of Operation Ran-
som, the Charles H. Benzinge
Memorial Library, on March 31 at
an open house.
Project Ransom was first con-
ceived by the late Charles Benz-
inger and the East Quad Counci
to provide a place to bring resi-
dents of all the houses in East
Quad together.
As Ransom was originally con-
ceived, it provided for a lending li-
brary, a room for East Quad Coun-
Organization
Notices
Spring Week-end, Dance Commit-
tee, mass meeting, April 17, 7:30 p.m.,
Union. For all those interested includ-
Ing those who have already signed up
to work. Much help is needed, espe-
cially on decorations.
The Episcopal Student Foundation,
April 16, tea at Canterbury House for
students and faculty at 4:00.
The Episcopal Student Foundation,
April 16, breakfast at Canterbury House
following the 7:00 a.m. celebration of
Holy Communion at the church.
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The Episcopal Student Foundation,
April 17, breakfast at Canterbury House
following the 7:00 a.m. celebration of
Holy Communion at the church.
The Culture Club, April 16, 8:00, 3rd
floor conference room, Union. Lecture:
Prof. Richard Cutler, "The Psycholo-
gical Problems of Integration."
University of Michigan Square Dance
Group, April 16, 7-10 p.m., Lane Hall.
A program of square and couple danc-
ing.
Political Issues Club, April 16, 7:30,
League. Speakers: Prof. Katz and Prof.
Boulding, "Conscience Against Society
-The Right to Dissent." Discussion
and questions following.
Young Democratic Club, meeting
April 17, 7:30 p.m., Union. Speaker:
Mayor Eldersveld.
The Congregational and Disciples
Student Guild, midweek tea, April 16,
4:30-6:00, Guild House.
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Deutscher Verein, speaker from East
Germany, April 16, 7:30, room 30,
Union. Discussion will follow.

cil, studios for WCBN-East Quad,
r a workshop, a photography dark-
t room, and music practice rooms.
Approved in 1953
Plans for the project were first
- approved by Residence Halls Busi-
l ness Manager Leonard Schaadt in
the spring of 1953, however, con-
- struction costs were prohibitively
high to start the project at that
_ time.
- Construction was finally begun
- on May 29, 1955 after East Quad
worked out an agreement on fi-
nancing the project with the Uni-
versity.
The plan of the project placed
the construction of a library high
on the list of the needs of East
Quad. "The first and most essen-
tial aspect is the furnishing of a
room for good listening and good
reading,' the plan said.
Walls Completed
By 1956, the basic walls and
doors of the Operation had been
completed but there was still a
great deal to be done before the
project became functional.
The wiring and renovation of
the equipment of WCBN-East
Quad was completed during the
fall semester of 1956 and the sta-
tion could be moved from tem-
porary quarters into 9, new stu-.
dio.
The radio station now includes
a control booth, studio, office and
: a room for record:; and equipment.
Pianos Installed
At the present time, the music
rooms have been finished and pi-
anos installed by the School of
Music.
The photography room has been
completed and the photography
club has moved into its new dark-
room.
Much of the initial difficulty
encountered in the project was in
financing. The solution of these
difficulties is largely credited to
the East Quad Council.
East Quad, however, has derided
that the Operation project will
never be completed by embark-
ing on a program of involving
constant renewal and improve-4
ment.f

COZY COMFORT-Attractive wall colors and light modern furniture provides quiet relaxation for
users of East Quadrangle's new Charles H. Benzinger Memorial Library. The library is part of the
Quad's basement renovation program-Operation Ransom.
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