- USU Makes Plan For Centennial The appointment this week at Utah State University of Dr. Carl ton Culmsee, dean of university! college, as general chairman of! the university's diamond jubilee and Land Grand act centinnial.j signaled the start of five years; of intensive planning for the ma-j jor event. First part of the two-sided cele bration at Utah State is intended to commemorate the signing in 1862 by President Abraham Lin-( coin of the Morrill Act creating the Land Grant system of colleges coll-eges and universities. The second part of the affair, all to fall within the academic year 1962-63 will be the seventy-fifth seventy-fifth birthday of. Utah's Land Grant University by act of the! territorial legislature. j "During the short span of years; between now and the celebration, the university, under Dr. Culm-see's Culm-see's general direction, will look for improved ways of preparing young people for leadership in many ma-ny general and skilled areas which will challenge this and coming generations," said Dr. Chase in announcing the plans for the commemorations. com-memorations. Leaders in many fields will be invited to the university to discuss and advise on major public issues is-sues of the day as they relate to Utah and its land grant university. uni-versity. "We will use the commemoration commemora-tion as a vehicle on which to meet challenges the remaining quarter century and others to come," the USU president said. In his capacity of general chairman of the combined delegation, dele-gation, Dr. Culmsee will serve as head of ail major undertakings of the university during the period including the annual Agriculture and Industry conference in Salt Lake City in 1963, Dr. Chase noted. not-ed. Special attention will be given this annual meeting, the president i said, as a time for application of ;Utah human and other resources to the great creative era which will lie ahead. The president said it was anticipated anti-cipated the university will publish pub-lish a series of pamphlets and brochures on results on research and other studies dealing with the resources of Utah as a storehouse of power and riches. The mass media, community discussion programs and other devices de-vices available will be employed to focus mental and material attention at-tention on USU and the state, he added. Dr. Culmsee is well qualified to direct the commemoration festivities fes-tivities and will receive considerable consider-able help from the entire university univer-sity staff, the president said in plans for the diamond jubilee and the land grant system centennial.