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September 20, 1957 - Image 8

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'11E MICHIGANI

FOOL:
Work Continues

Texas College Fires Professors

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P Readies Frieze Bldg.

:ers and packing boxes
found in its halls, the
Frieze building has
doors to students.
Ann Arbor High
named after a former
sident of the Univer-
nodeltd structure now
he School of Social
the speech, German
n departments.
mpleted in the spring,
g will contain the Ro-
;uage department and
science classes, in ad-
s present tenants.
ding, located on State
t of Rackham, has
School of Social Work
ary with the other de-
moving in this fall. A
iow in the construction'
11s253
4lecourse

stage, will bring its total area to
over 200,000 square feet.
- When completed the $3,836,0001
structure will contain 50 class-
rooms, 11 seminar rooms, and 119,
offices in,'addition to an auditor-
ium seating 950 and three small
studios for the speech depart-
ment.
The remodeling of the old
building is largely completed, with
new floors' and ceilings through-
out. While most of the classrooms
in this section are completed,
some have not yet been furnished.
The new wing of the structure is
scheduled to be completed in
February, 1958.

The firing of three professors
has resulted: in a mass protest
meeting by the faculty of Texas#
Tech College, Lubbock, Tex.
About 300 of the college's 465
faculty members met Tuesday in
support of a proposed investigation
of the affair by the Southern As-
sociation of Colleges and Second-3
ary Schools.

Abernethy and Greenberg had tors . .. to acknowledge or accede
their contracts dropped, while to the request ... to reconsider
Stensland's post as head of an the case of the recently dismissed
adult education program was abol- faculty members . . . is looked
ished. upon with grave concern."
The board refused either to re- The board of directors gave no
view the case of to state the indication of the date when the
reasons behind their action. reasons for the faculty dismissal
In a resolution passed -in the would be released to the public.
faculty meeting, the board was The board also gave no indica-
accused of violating the principles tion of its feelings toward the
of academic freedom. quality of the faculty members'
The resolution read, in part, work at the college, but did give
"The refusal of the board of direc- some promise of further details.

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Your SGC offers
STUDENT HEALTH

Professors Byron Abernethy,
Herbert Greenberg and Per Stens-
land were released from their
posts in July by the school's Board
of Directors.

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Ziversity of Detroit has
d that a total of 253 per-
e enrolled in freshman*
es" offered this fall for
$ime over Channel 56,
educational TV station.
mately 75 of these stu-
taking a full 15-credit
n in history, psych6logy,
Spanish and theology.
1e remainder of the -stu-
taking their courses part
he evening and some are
rt time ,courses in the

Cancer'.Re treat
Program Started
A unique Cancer Retreat de-
signed to review new developments
in research and treatment of can-
cer will be attended by twenty-five
Univer'sity faculty members this
weekend.
-Held annually in northern Mich-
igan for the past four, years, in-
formal, gather-round-the-fireplace
meetings highlight the program.,
Papers de 1vered by guest speak-
ers in hunting shirts and casual
dress will complete the outing.
Among the guest speakers are:
Dr. Van R. Potter, professor of
oncology, University of Wisconsin;
Dr. Harold F'. Dorn, biometrics
branch, Division of Research Serv-
ices, National Cancer Institute;
Dr. Alfred Gellhorn, director, In-
stitute of Cancer Research; and
Dr. Lauren V. Ackerman, surgical
pathologist, Barnes Hospital, and
professor of pathology, Washing-
ton University, St. Louis.,

COMPLETE SUPPLY
of ACCESSORIES

Twin Baskets
Chain Locks

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egulations +require
rision student must
of D campus for a
and discussion ses-
iree-hour course.
elecourses" lectures
inutes long, instead
nal 50-minute lec-
fficials said that
an 253 would have
ae institution had
r variety of courses.

Repair Parts

Grips

Comprehense Accident, Hospitalizat,
Surgical, and Miscellaneous Medical Benefits
AT AVERY LOW 'GROUP RATE

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"Student Owned and Operated"
1319 SOUTH UNIVERSITY

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Make use of our years of experience in bookselling to ensure yourself of the Best Buy in Town

TO THE FRESHMAN
Make Wahr's your headquarters! Save time and confusion
by buying your Books and Supplies from us early. Our aim
is to serve you better.

Student Supplies

TO THE RETURNING STUDENT
The same courteous, well-trained staff is on hand to aid
you in getting outfitted for the school year. Do not hesitate
to call on us to serve you in every way.

of All Kinds

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