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October 28, 1922 - Image 12

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-10-28

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Ming Leung, J. M. LindeWnuthi, M. E.1
McCarty, Thomnas A. McGuire, Pearlj
Mah~an, Harry Li. Marvin, Augusta'
Meiser, Martha A. Mohnke, Floyd W.I
Moore, Helene Noumlanhl, Aura Onans.
Jacob S. Pearlstien, Ray C. Pellett,
Erward D. Phillips, Albert R. Ren-
'wick, Harley B. Sherman, Byron E.
Smith, Everett J. Soop, George A.
Stinchcomb, Hugh R. Thomas, Wil-
liam. AL Trap. By vote of the fac-
~ulty of the School of Education, Tsal_
Yin Cheo was recommended to re -'
ceive thediegree of bachelor of arts in
education. The faculty off the Sch~ool

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[Itificates to the folio,
Yin Cheo, Garrett F
Ming Leung, Elizabe
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tinues to have a poor season on th
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in. The three are Jack Harrod,
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read by Stuart H. Perry, vice presi-!
dent of the Press club, in the absence
of Mr. Yost who was unable to at-
tend on account of il1 health.
President David Friday, of~ the
Michiga.n Agricultural college, gave na
summary of the work which the col~-
lege is doing to improve farming
throughout the state. Hle poin~ted. out,
that the problem of the present is Inot
that of getting people back to thie
farms. It is, rather, that of instituit-
ing scientific methods of production.
He declared that there are not more
than 196,000 farmers who need the
information that the college is able to
give, and that it .is only through the
newspapers of the state that they
could hope to receive it.
Edmund Booth, editor of the Grand
Rapids Press, spoke on "The Daily
Newspaper And The Divorce Evil". He
pointed out definite examples of sen-
sational treatment of divorce cases
in many of the larger papers, The
meeting was concluded with a discus-'
sion of Mr. Booth's subject,.
CHIAIR IN TRANSPORTATION
ENGLNERUNG ANNOUNCED)
(continued from Page One)
istration, Howard G. Fishack; Gale
Lavere Wessinger; master of science
in engineering, A. D. Gardner, Har-
old deB. \VanDoman; master of sci-
ence, Geraldine Brasie, Alexander C.
Burr, Lucie Harmon Victor E. Legg,
Max S. Marshall, Jacob Olthoff, Faithi
Palmerlee. Mabel Peters, Walter
Schneider, H~arold R. Voorhees; mas-
tar of arts, Robert C. Angell, Ernest

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