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April 27, 1927 - Image 3

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ITHE MICHIGAN~ DAILY

_PA(IF TMIKS

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[riit is? ±Ii oiiin *'aff li Last Two I
Years Are Cradiiates Of.3
rIi hersii les
OBTAIN 26 A.B3. DEGREES

{GIVESFUDFOR.
HISTORY WORKS
Major Thomas MV. Spaulding, '02, of
Baltimore, has donated a fund to the
General library wvhich is to .be ex-
pendled for books in the field of his-
tory. The fund, ,,which is to be known
as the Stephen Spauldling Memorial
fund Chas been given b}* AMajor Spaul&d-
ing in memory of his son Stepheni
who (lied in November, 1925.
Spaulding, who would have r'ad-.
uated in June with the class of 1927,1
was an all "A" student, but an in-
jury to his leg forced him to the hos-

pital where he died. There is placed I sor of geology in the University ofhere. Profesorbu lar received -both
on display in one of the exhibit cases Texas, will take advantage of a leave the bhachelor and m~aster of 'science
)n the main lobby of the Library an
of absence to spend a year at this degrees from the University of Gkla-
artist's proof of a bookplate. Tfhe:
plate is a picture of Stephen Spldc-I University, compietinzg the. work: o011jboma,. He will return to the Univef-
ingandis nscibe wi h is mehis dloctor's degree. H-le has also acsi Icity of Texas -for the summer session
and (late of his biz th and death. Thee ?e(pted a part time teaching position of 1928.
plates, are to be placed in all the_________________________________________________
books purchased by the fund and also
to theliry by Major Spauling. > iI. 11 wt. ,.. "WIa i

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g. Recruits from all corners of the
country have joiie4 the University
faculty in the past two years, during
the administration of Pres nt Clar-
eonce Cook Little, t is revealed in fig-
ores released yesterday at the office
P of the registrar.
i; In. the 0 individuals who have
£joined the faculty in these two aca-
demic years, 33 universities are rep-
resented by alumni and 26 bachelors
idegrees and 30 higher degrees have
been obtained. The remainder are
Cw
I. scattered throughout the country, one
<each coming from Barnard, Ohio, Ne-
Sbraksa, Oregon, Cincinnati, Allegheny
college, Armour Institute, Rochester,
Whitman college, Bowdoin, Dart-
mouth, Colgate, Co, DePauw, North
"' Dakota, Illinois, Alfred University,
Hartford Theological seminary, and
a Texas.
St The graducatez degrees show even
wider variation, for of the 33 awards
t°of this kind represented on the new-
ly appointedl group are eight from
'the University, four from Columbia,
two from Cincinnati, and one each
from Maine, Johns Hlopkins, Roches-
ter, Cornell, Yale, Cracow, Wisconsin,
Illinois, the Academy of Artillery cif
~the Grand Duke Michael, Massachu-
setts Institute of Technology, Texas,
SKazan, California, Chicago, andI
Strassburg.
TO HONOR: COOK
In honor of it's donor William W
Cook, '78L, the Lawyer's club will
,.celebrate the= second annual "Found-
er's Day, Friday. Tickets for the ban-
%quet to be held that night will be on
sale for Law students from 9 to 12
So'clock tomorrow at a desk on the
first floor of the Law building.
'i The principal, Address will :be deiv-
Sered by Justice R : A. Burch, of the
ii Kansas State Supieme court. Dean
t enty M. Bates,; of the Law school,
S will be toastmaster.
i This day has been set aside nt
Sonly to commemorate the founding of
the club but also to stress the pur
pose for which it is conceved-to
promote legal research and 'legal
scholarship.
OBE.AUTO'
REGU LATI ON
AVOID
THE BAN
flit

THE FRESH AIR.
CA MIP
Oprafed by the,
stildk.it VlH;1.fialliA ssoelitioh
AnA . Iiii vers ,ity
SERVfICE Y, ROJECT
Season Jip ,21 --Augf6
NEEDS:
A Jn imilr ic > for
CAMP DOC'TORI
A Faho'U~ Stuidenit for
NATUftE STUDY
DIRETOR
f A QulalS a uent for
CAMP' MEC HANIC

TEXAS PROFESSOR
WILL TEACH HERE;
Fred M. Blullard, associate pr ofos-j

M('R ' AMothers are always remembering other people
but every mother likes to be remembered, too.
Don't forget your mother on May 8.

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, " The RIookford
Ope thirFIVE SPRING PLAYS
Tuesday, May 3, in the new Sarah Cas-
wenell Hall with Joseph Schild-A
k raut's comedy hitt {
"The Frerad
It is a costume farce back in Italy of
1535, when everyone was so modern
that it takes your breath away!
The Last of
Mrs. CheyWney
" - comes the next night, and is Ina
Claire's comedy success 'of a good little
girl who goes just a little wrong. I

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Think of a gift that will please her.

Fine candies

have always been considered a graceful gift for" a

lovely lady.

The candy or the Norris' Variety

Box is fine enough to please the loveliest

of all

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ladies-Mother.

Wecarry a complete line of NORRIS' and
GILBERT'S choicest varieties and' assortments.
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"One gallon, Dad, and lift anchor. We gotta make Newport by dark."
"~Only one?":
"~Sure! Whered'ya think we're goin'-Shanghai? Read the nameplate-it's an1
Erskine Coupe!"

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F INALS (ugh)... then Commencement (ah) ... and sum-
mer just ahead ! Vacation days... soaking up sunshine
at the beach.., evenings spent with that chic blonde you
met at the homecoming game ...:k smart car.. you~r own
personal car-an Erskine Six Custom' Coupe.
Undereraduate America's new car-theiErskine Six-
miles out in front of the rest. Dietrich, without a' peer
among custom body carrossiers, designed it~; moulded its
lines, endowed it with Continental sophistication. Trim
as a silken ankle... inside, room no end for two!. rumble,
seat behind built just for a double date. High hat in every-
thing but price.
And can it do its stuff? Yes, sir, and how... slips through
jumbled traffic with the ease of an inspired eel ... hangs
onto the road at "sixty like a co-ed at her first prom .
climbs up a ski slide in high.. handles, wheels aroun d
and pulls up like a poio pony.
Summer is beckoning -so. is "The Little Aristocrat""---
a real companion for vacation days.
The Erskine Six Custom Coupe, as illustrated, sellsr
-fOr$995f o. b" factory, complete with front and
rear bumpers and self-energizing 4-wheel brakes.
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