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30, 1931.

THE SUMMER MICMGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

30, 1931. THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGI~ THREE

C- IET University Treasurer
Tenders Resignation
TREASURER'S POST
Will Leave Official Position Here"
Tomorrow But Remain.
Band Manager.
Poor health and the fact that he
has reached the retirement age:";
were given as the reasons for the'
resignation last week of Robert A.
Campbell, University treasurer for> "'
20 years.
The resignation was accepted
with regret by the Regents, ac-
cording to a statement by the ad-
ministration, and will go into ef-
fect tomorrow.
"The University is very appreci-
ative of the long years of service Robert A. Campbell,
Mr. Campbell has given it," Presi- Affectionately known as "Uncle
dent Alexander G. Ruthven said Bob" by thousands of students who
yesterday. "We hope that we can have known him during his 20
continue to have the benefits of
hisnadie andtouncil ahetbees years of service here, who will re-
his advice and council as the years sign his post tomorrow.
go on.
Campbell's present action, it isB
believed, will in no way effect his BIOLOGY STATION
connection with the Varsity R. O. SHOWS INCREASE
T. C. band as faculty manager. In
an interview recently, he stated
that he planned and hoped to con- (Special to The Daily)
tinue his affiliations with both the PETOSKY, June 29.-The Uni-
band and the Glee club. versity of Michigan biological sta-
Campbell is given the majority tion, located on the shoes of Doug-
of credit for the progress of the las lake near here, opened its
band during his years of service twenty-third season this week with
here. It has long been his ambi- an enrollment of more than 125, a
tion to develop it into one of the slight increase over last year.
finest organizations in the country, Prof. G. R. LaRue, of the zoology
and that ambition has been real- department of the University, heads
ized in the last two years. a faculty staff of 15 members,
Aside from his official University drawn from colleges and univer-
duties, Campbell has been an out- sities all over the country. he Bo-
tamndsin figurei the affs of hed gardus tract, an area of 3,300 acres
atmus a orheftownHeAerv with frontage on Douglas lake and
and has maways acted an advro Burt lake. Courses in botany and
a large number of students. zoology are offered at the station
as preparation for teaching in sec-
Campbell is at present confined ondary schools and colleges
to the University hospital, suffer-
ing from a broken knee.

at the home of Director and Mrs.
Shaw. Another factor in the
AIamusement of the graduates was
the Dramatic Festival at the Lydia
Mendelssohn theatre. Many of the
alumni played on the University
golfcourse and all of them ex-
More Than 90 Graduates Enroll pressed great approbation of the
in Second Session; Special course.
Activities Are Held. UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS-Swim-
The "students" in the second an- ming may become a course required
nual Alumni University concluded for graduation here.
yesterday were unanimous in their
approval of the course and many
expressed the wish to return next
year, according to an announce-
ment made yesterday by Wilfred
B. Shaw, Director of Alumni Rela-
tions.
More than 90 registrations were
recorded before the end of the ses-
sion. Most of those attending the
course were alumni of the Uni-
versity, although there were sever-
al alumni who brought their wives,
and several more registrations
from graduates of other colleges.
Some of those attending the ses-
sion, were able to come for only A
fw of the ialrp

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sity of Michigan excavations at
Kom Aushim, the site of the an-
cient Hellenistic city of Karanis in
the Fayoum, Egypt. These were ex-
plained by Prof. Arthur E. Boak, of
the history department, who has
been in charge of the work.
On Tuesday evening a reception
was given in the William L. Cle-
ments library for the alumni where
they were welcomed by Prof. Clar-
ence S. Yoakum for the President,
and addressed by Randolph G. Ad-
ams, director of the library. Mr.
Adams described the discovery of
the General Gage papers, now in
the library, and also described the
Clinton and Benedict Arnold pa-
pers.
Wednesday afternoon a tea for
the students and faculty was held

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