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October 05, 1920 - Image 7

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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With either Long Trousers or Knickers
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His college work was broken into j-fPrf ureA -Hndae hode
due to his enlistment, in 1364, as a' before the book was finished.
private in the 132nd Indiana infantry Prfso Dmo r
SurvivingPrfso ei nae
and his subsequent service. But inl his wife and. two daughters, Mrs.
David Heinemann, of Detroit, and Mrs.
SAu~brey Tealdi, of this~ city. r
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"G. lR. Swain retu~rned Sept. 25 after a year's absence in Europe
and. the Near Elast where he has been occupied in photographic work
for the University."

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To quote from Prof. Hinsdale's
"History of tke University of Michi-
gan, "Mr. Demmon was one of the
maturer and strongsr men in a class
whieh was peculiarly distinguished in
those respects. He was one of Qie
twelve appointed by the faculty to*
represent the class at commencement
as speakers, and one of six seniors
elected by the students at large to edit
'The University Magazine.'"~
For two years after his graduation
he served as professor of Greek in
Alliance college, Ohio. Then followed
his appointment to the chair of an-
cient languages in Hiram college, but
in 1871!lhe gave up this position to
return to Ann Arbor as instructor in
mathematics.
One year later, however, he resigned;
his position to b~ecomne principal 01f
the Ann Arbor high school, but in
1876 he was recalled to the University
as assistant professor of rhetoric and
history. By a series of subsequent
steps, he reached, five years later, the
position of professor of Enhglish and
rhetoric, and when the chair was di-
vided in 1003 he chose the professor-
ship of English, which position he
held until his retirement.
On Library Commiittee
in 1880 Professor Demmon was
made a member of the library com-
mittee of the faculty and devoted
much time to bibliographical studies
and to the development of various
University collections, notable among
which are the dramatic collection and
the McMillan Shakespeare library. He

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