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March 31, 1923 - Image 2

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SCOTT ADDRESSES
SCIENCE ACADEMYl

tin, psychology, Prof. 1-1. F. Adams,
sanitary and medical science, Prof.j
Philip Hadley,' zoology, 'Dr. L., R. Dice.
The section in geography has been
joined with the economics section and
minerology has been~ included in the
section of geology.I
Phi Delta Ktavpa

REGENTS GRAIT DEGREES
TO GRAUATE STUDENTS
Degrees to. students of the Gradu-
ate school were granted by the Board

LAST,

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ome Page One)
rbert AW. Emerson,
y department, will,
ory in Dr. Novy's
r-,bip A evepted
.?ollock, of thie
twho is now serv-
y of exchange pro-!
iversity of Nriwaii,
[her year's leave of'
A. McLaughlin,- of
trrent, was granted
bsence for the 'Uni-
1924.
ttermnan, of the se-
was granted per-
the meeting of the
1 ociety at Prince-;

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he Regents accepted with thanks
gift of George Gough Booth of
,roit of a European scholarship in
hitecture amounting to $6,000 and
ering five years.
Othr Gifts Received
'rof. Ward Davidson, of the e-_1
al engineering department, -who
been on a year's leave of ab-~
ce, sent in his resignation, which
Iaccepteid.
r. Bryant Walker of D~etroit, hion-I
ry curator of the museum, an-1
nced a contribution of $200 to the
licatlon fund of the mnuseum. The
Pont fellowship of $750 was extend-
for another year. Regent 'Hubl-
-d presented the Library with his
ection of Robinsonades in Eng-

E"not-rlo de laz Gar~za
Althoug h the presidential 'olections
in M'yexico are still 22 months off thec
campaigns of the men who seek toI
succeed Gbregon as head of that r'est-
less 'country are undter way. Obre-
gon, under the constitutio~n, canno,.
run to succeed himself. Emi~eteio do
la Garza is one of the active canci-
dates.
OTWILL SPEAK MONA
Dallas bo Dre Sharp, professor of
Fiiglishat Boston. university -and
widRely known. as a chlampion of the
public school, will speak at 8 o'clock

tabhishes thie relationships definitely omeddb-h xeuiebado
whchha be wrkd u b eol-Hears Dean Gray v ',b h xctiebado LI1VU I IYU~D L
whchha benwokd utbyevlu the school. Twelve Master of Arts and leii alnois
tionists before the discovery of this - degrees were conferred; and 5 Mastern',YNCOATE In a :lferry Burlesque
bloodj test; the fourth 'was the geo- Phi Delta $Kappa; national hon~orary I of Science, one of the latter being.' S R 1 mumI~i1
logical distribution of the various anl- euainlfrtriyIloe t otin, engineering.
finials; the fifth was the study of evo- important meeting of. the, year last FA. Br icaeldf ip.s,P.B.r, iani 1 FEat ,0 Wat to }ee rE NT
lutfonay-development on oceanic isl-A.,MiheDeFl
ands; and the sixth was the proof of- night with a banquet at ,the Union, at W. Eddy, A.B., C. S. Esteves, A.B.,
fe'ed by the study of paleontology, and' which 89 members ,were present.' Abraham Herman, A.B., B. W. Lewis,
to this last point, Professor Scott at- Thirnia pae fteee A.B., G. R. Mirick, A.B., Winifred 0'--
tribut ed the greatest value.The pricwas l Dean ke~ ra of hicave-connor, A.B., J. N. Sahni, A.B., S. R..-
-University Faculty ElctedgwaionpreSent of he a- Sarasohn, A.B., and Mary Schultz, A.B~. .
The final business meetings of 'the notynawhona skenon the Scie -o received the degrees of Master of
Academy, met from 1:30 to 4 o'clock !ntwlasoeo"te"cec.o Arts.
yesterday afternoon. -A resolution wlas Study of a Program: for, the Devel- W. L" Fink, B.S.E., J, C..Suguitan,;
passed to' forward the 'movement be- opment of Rleading Ability in the B.S.E., Eleanor Swanson, A.13. B.S.,
gun last summer in making an eco-_ Child". Dr, Vilhijal ur ' jStefanson eyin g Ming Tse, B"S.Ei., and Melissa
depprttenttoffthhAcademyewaswas organ- serving the wand's forests. ____ Science degrees. __ ANNUAL_ EASTERATTRACTION__PROMENADE
iz~ed under the name of the section of' Among the guests present at the Scec ere.-K A N A ASET R C IO R M N D
Langage andLitratre. he ol=banquet were 'Dr. Stefansson, Presi- Find that lost pin through'the clas-H EQ IIT
lowing mnembers of the Univerrsty fac- dent Marion L. Burton,. Prof. VW. B. ified column.-Adv.I
ulty wer e elected -to this section: J. Scott .of Princeton university, Prof. ,______Laurette______Ta____r
AV col .N ctF .KleH".B. Merriman of Hraduniver- SI4U BERT pop. th u e adst., - Iii ler Celebra ted Role
IA. Strauss, R. ..Wlenley, J. H sity and Pr'of. D. M. Robinson of MIHG AN
lafrLeroy Waterman, C. P. Wag-{ Johns Hopkins university. NI ts, 50.so7s541.00 -r
nr, Samuel Moore, Campbell Bon. -________ fl. P EGO'
Iner, E" L" Adams, L. I. Bredvold, H. E~Jbdv xeldJ'o ~
P. Thieme, F. B. Wahr,, Max. Winkler, GeeaSdrh3(yA)E. o nsteIte Comat yu
J. . ildi~, A G CafildJuio elKhedive Abbas Ililmi,: of Egypt, has ";.u the Comedy of Da ddylood
1Toro, S. F." Gingerich, C. J. Winter, been expelled from' San Remio by the - A$ " UTER KE TON
E. aninJ.11.EfingrM; . ibItalian government for alleged propo- By I~OHN H IOBBE I
ley and 0. J. Campbell. Other members ganda activities. He was escorted by IN
othfculywowrelce toItalian police to,the Swlss frontier and Gos -- 8 o n aO . " DAY DREIAMS"
y rious sections were: J. W. Vander- is no.- -yw in Lausanne. WeARI d. Mat. - SLuc 4a $1.58
wilt, A. L. Olson, E. E. Day, H. T. Fol-A I~ a.a~t.- o oi.o thaTHE CaAl
geran C. C. lve.Wn to sell ta used car?'Cl TOSEaPH M. GAITES Presents Q{Th
Officers Elected 90-Av ii..=.1
t'Officers of the Academy for the con- _____________ .ji RAN WILBUR r s-;enk ong' Proo-e
-Iying year were elected, and the folloff- Try, a Classified Ad--it' pays.-Adv.E A lay of Thrills! Surprises! hauglv;
ing men will fill the positions: presi-I tl1101F111111i11.l1l 11i1114l1311l16311111l11111111111I
________________________________________________________________ I
4icnt2 Prof. Campbell Bonner, sec'y
treas., Dr. L. R" Dire, 'librarian, ter
'W..Bishop, editor, P. S. Welch. Vice
presidents . of the various sections
were: anthropology, Prof. H. H. Bart-1
lett,'botany, Prof. R. P.. Hibbard, Ecu- - _
nomics, Prof. G. EGriffiin, languages j
and literature, Prof. J. W. Schioll-
ogy- and minerology, Miss Helen Mar-1I{s
(~1~A T~t~ LAST TIMES - I

hi, French, German. and Dutch. U nes,+ Monday evening in P~ttengill
_________________auditoriilm, taking as his subject "Ed-
utonfor Democracy". His talk
llDD~'T~will be a plea for the public school
PUPPETSTI PPrFORM as a national institution.
Mr. Sharp has contributed articles
Aaep ? es Ofl' tcillAvztzgi toHarers'magazine and teAln
____tic Monthly magazine for many
Tickets to the second performancee years. and his essays on democracy,
Harry Burnett's marionettes, which are held directly* responsible for a~
11 be hold at 4 o'clock todlay in new law in Oregon which makes at-
ttenill 11audeitoriumi, rnay still bel tendanc'e at public schools compul-
rc iaed at Wahr's> book store or sory'. By this law practically all
the door of the auditorium, private schools in that state have
'Thimp elstiltzki ", an old fairy; been put out of existence.
ry, 'will be zgiven. F4.'G. Brown, The lecture is to 'be given under
,a., Dorothy Jeffrey, '24, Jeannette ! the auspices of ..the Ann Arbor Par-
'71ons, '26, Robert Henderson, '20, ent-Tachlers council. Tickets mnay
rch Dickit, 'tis, Crosby Rees, 125, be purchased at Graham's and wahr's
' l Harry Burnett, '23, will mnaa; for 50. cents.
mniniature actors.
Phei ;perfornc(,e is being. given1 Committee Approves of D~ate for Ball
Eder the auspices of the F4,Iclty Approval of the Senate committee on
omen's club to which shalf of the Student Affairs 'was given the date
oeeds will go. The cilb plans to chosen by the senior literary class for
e the money obtained in furtheringI its aninual BPall; "at the meeting of the
wrorkt of its nursery , for cldren committee held yesterday in the office
fa2culty nmembers and married stu-j of the Dean of Students., At a recent

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lDo-1 in 105 milex Pei, in

Kennedy Regenerative Receivers
are licensed under Armstrong 'U.
S. Patent No. 1,113,1419 for aia-
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-Kappa Alpha rla.ePrry
Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity announzc-
last night the purchlase of t~ie A.
Jennings property, 1,Q24 Geddcs a',i-
ue, yesterday. The deal involved
0,000. The property w ill he vacat-
by the Jennings family in ,uea'
which time the fr aternity will take
secssion.

mieeting of the class, it was voted to
n .ove the date of the affair forward to
May 13.
17lyers Try for Becoi~
Dayton, March 30-(By A.P.)-TLieut.
John A. MacReady and Oakley G. Kel-
ly hopped off, in the monoplane T-2
at 4:10 o'clock this afternoon in what
they hope to be a nlew record for sus-
taited flight.
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