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The Wolverine, 1921-06-28

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JCKLE,

,Following the meeting of the Board
of Regents last week, President Ma-
rion L. Burton, placed before the State
Administrative board at Lansing his
plan for the expenditure of the appro-
priation of $4,800,000 recently granted
by the state legislature for University
building needs.
With a $300,000 appropriation made
two years ago and still unexpended,
the University will have $5,100,000 to
spend in the nxt two fiscal years.
President Burton asked that the fol-
lowing program be authorized:
Three hundred thousand dollars for
the completion of the contracts al-
ready let on the hospital; $125,000 for
land sites for the new high school;
$525,000 for the high school building;
$175,000 for land for engineering lab-
oratories and shops; $750,000 for the
shops and laboratories; $225,000 for
land for a medical building; $800,000
for the medical building; $400,000 for
the physics laboratory, and $100,000
for miscellaneous land sites. The re-
mainder of the money would be in a
general working fund
President Burton asked that he 'be
allowed to draw this money as fol-
lows: In the first six months, of the
biennial period, the ifunds for the land
sites and for completing the hospital
and $250,000 for general building pur-
poses; In each of the next three six-
month periods, $1,000,000.
He also proposed to move 24 room-
ing houses near the University to pro-
vide the necessary land for new build-
ings. These houses will be moved
onto other property, so, their destrue-
tion will not add to the housing short-
age.
0. B. Fuller, auditor-general, sug-
gested that it would not be wise to
buy land or let contracts until the
corporation tax payments are made in
July and August. All the money for
the building program, the legislature
decreed, must come from the corpora-
tion tax. Mr. Fuller pointed out that
there was a probability of suits being
instituted to test the constitutionality
f this tax.
Action was withheld by the board
pending its visit to the University this
week.
TWO FA CULTY MEN E=
RESIGN POSITIONS
Claude t . Bener, tnstructor in the
economics department, has resigned
his position to take an assistant pro-
fessorship in money and banking at
Iowa State college. He will also have
charge of some of the research work
there.
Parkes A. Nutter, instructor in the
same department, has resigned from
the teaching staff to become an in-
structor of business organization and
management at the University of Iowa,
Subscribe for the Wolverine on the
campus or at the oMce. $1.00 delivered
to your door for the entire summer
school.-Ady,

Both Mr. Benner and Mr. Nutter
graduated from the University of
Michigan in 1919 and have been teach-
ing in the economics department dur-
ing the past year. They will take up.
their new duties next fall.
Geddes Famous
For Service In
Various FielIds1
Sir Auckland Campbell Geddes, Brit-
ish ambassador to the United States,
who will deliver the Commencement
address in Hill auditorium on Thurs-
day morning, is one of the outstand-
ing figures in the diplomatic, service
of England.
Entering the British army as a pri-
vate during the South African war,
he rose to the rank of brigadier gen-
eral. At the outbreak of the World
war he left his position as professor
of anatomy at McGill university, Can-'
ada, for active service with the Eng-
lish army. Later he took over the
organization and execution of the
draft in England, and it was through;
his effective administration that thou-
sands of men were added to the Brit-
ish army during the critical spring of'
1918.
Previous to his appointment as am-
bassador a year ago, Sir Auckland
served as minister of reconstruction'
in England.
LARGE SU.ILIfER SCHOOL
ENROLLMIENT PREDICTED I

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wi be gradual. Many new courses will
be offered of interest to both the reg-
ular and graduate students, according
to Dean A. S. whitney, and lecturers
from throughout the state have been
procured.
Registration in the literary college
started yesterday, five days earlier
than in the other schools of the Uni.
versity, except the Law school, wherel
the regular work started yesterday.

Subscribe to the W
for the summer.-Adv.
Use Wolverine want
results.-Adv.
Subscribe to the W
for the summer.-Adv.

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state, according to Dean Kraus, is the
curriculum offered by the Department
of Education, which will officially be-
come the School of Education 'on July
1. The action of the Regents in creat-
ing a new college is merely a recog-
nition of the increased importance of
teaching as a separate profession, al-
though the transition to complete in-

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