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WEDNIDSDAY;1*MAY 11, 1927

TH'l-E MICHIGAN

DAILY

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HONORS CONVOCATION
WILL BE HELD TODAY
(Continued from Page One)
Foorinan Lloyd. Mueller, Alexander
Mfurray, Glen W. Myers, David Louis
Neumann, Elsie Rebecca Nicholson,
Miriam Mildred Olden, Milvin Albert
011, Stewart Charles Oviatt, Souren
Paul, Melvin Herbert Pike, Lawrence,
Pre uss, Emmalou Brewer Rlea, Glenn
Leo Rearick, Marcus Morton Rhoades,
Sherwood Ross Rssell,John Barnum
Schravesande, Gustav Emil Schroeder,
Midgar Gerald Schumm, Margaret
Adelaide Schwartz, Margaret Eliabeth
Seaman, Dorothy Ailen Sber,
A iles Gay Seeley, Helen Katherine
Shaw, Mary Agnes Shaw, Robert
Roeder Shaw, Margaret Louise Sher-
mall, Louise Adle S .ter, Charlene
Elizabeth Shian "'eerick Hopkins
Shillito, Dorothy Ann Schulze, Walter
Edwin Sminoiis,',' Clarence Charles
Slocum, Cynthia 1304 Smith, Fred-
crick Vernon Smith, Ruth Ann Sorge,
James Allen Sprowl, William John
Stellwagen, Charlott4l, Blanck Ste- j
pihens, Sidney re ~ eric Straight,
Charles Robert Swin hart.
Yac Tanaka, Ha"Leo Tapperman,
Ralph Emerson Taylor, Stewart Wil-
liam Taylor, Dorothy Blasen Tisch,
John David Todd, Pearl Aurora Toi-
vonen, Sophie Ann Tommason, Wille
Edward Topper, Abraham Morris Tor-
gow, Mrs. Mary Curry Van Tuyl,
Theodore Arthur Veenstra, Gladys
Lucille Walsh, Robert Clark Walton,
Charles Ford Warren, Doris Marjorie
Watkins, Charles Lewis Wever, Roy
"Frederick Wells .Gerald. Edwin White,
Alexander Woodward Winkler, Helen
Anna Wolter, MVary rances Woolfitt.
Colleges of Engineering and Archi-
teture: Water Edwin Bobertz, 'Clark
Elmer Center, Charles Stuart Collier,
Raymond Orr lnEarl, Samuel Fire-
stone, Jfohn Emery Goodrich, Clifford
R. Hsler, Ralphi Renalder Johnson,
Benjamin Fran~lln King, Herbert
Kunuel, Rdobet Wendell Miller, Carl
Corydon Morkd, Waldemar John
Pock, William E. Renner, Reginald
Rickett, Edward Ronda Josepl Den-
nis Ryan, Charles Tompkins Schie-
man, John Benjamin Berhoek, Lal
Chand Verman, Hlarvey Arthur Wag-
ner, Frank Worel, George Fair Wyllie,
E~dmond Humne 1Hoben, Lawrence Wil-
liam Oliver, Edward Dunbar Rich,
Dale .Ford Thompson.
Medical school: Af Sven Alving,
Christel Ann .H-iss, Gordon Judson M-
Curdy, Walter Grierson Maddock,
James Hoyt Maxwell, Carl Gustave
Miler, Selnma Christine Mueller, Gor-
don Bennett Myers, Thayer LeVoyne
Parry, Hazel Rfth Prentice, Alvin
Edwin Price, R ed Wallace Tfeed.
Law school: ledgar Bolt Ailes, Rob-
ert Wendell Ckder, James Eugene
Duffy, William ;Bliss i Giles, Arthur
Leonidas Hardig, Edgar C. Howbert,
Richard William{ Lenske, Sidney Leon
Robin, Benjamin Jay Safir, Frederick
J. Schumann, Ed yard Schaad Stimson,
Laurent Kimball Varnum, I-oward
Egger Wahrenbi-ock, LRoy Richard
Weis, Carl -Louis Wl itchurcl, Arthur
Richard Wood.
College of Pharmacy: George Lewis
Webster, Darwin Emerson Sacherof .
College of Denital Surgery: John
Bielawski, Elmer Ellsworth Etttinger,
Herbert_ Benjamin Huehl, Lawrence
Vernon Kirbrll, Rudolph Ernest
Larson, Rannell Clinton Owens, Ed-
mond Field Randall, Victor Francis
Ross, Carl Sylvester Sullivan.
School of Education: Barbara Anne
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Abbott, William Wilcox
1Ulysses Sidney Beach, Hattie
Beeb~e, Genevieve Elizabeth
Theodore Lowell Bystrom, Mein
Amei~a Case, Persis Margaret
Plorence Thelma Cumnminigs,.
Chester Darling, Irene Rebecca
Lucille Gertrude Groff~ F rv
Louise Hatch, Elaine Marie H
Ernest Gotthold Hildner, Theo(
Hornherger. Heclen Nettie Knox,
Juanita Kratz, MargaretF
Lord, Clifton Earl Lutes, Anna
Miller, Lois Ada Niethamer,
Onalee North, Margaret Eli
Ocker, Dora Katharyn Green
Mary Louise Pressler, Josephin
man Roess, Henry Leroy Se
Norma Elizabeth Snell, Laura B

Arno$llj, 'I rr, LenAstnSilber, Gerald Katherine Garvin, Ehid Isobel Glen,! Johannes van Houte.
r1 l G,'il Wood'-. Ivy Caroline Robbins, Jamies 3 7. ut h-'Research fellowship inl classical
Ili(ll : chool m ;"usiness Administ ration: Orford. arc~elg:Nita Lorine Butler.
Gecorge tLicay(I[lutll. Carl Braun fellowvship: V. e n d e 11I Em .Cl elosi nbtn
roliillC ULn tversity fellowships and scholar- IamsSehnsn maJol elwhpi btn:
!t Corte, ships: (harles Leo)y AlIsjpfal, Vit- Bulhl classical fellow~lhips : L e o'C(handrakatt Ganapatrao Kulkarni.
wesley (;cnt IA'orlaird Ayi est, iflng (hi Chan--, I lla ighby, Elmeir iM1ullett. Edcwin C. llinsdale fellowship: Rob-
a Field, Wirl iainBryan t ,( Walter Scott ,
a uxod lzaehKotA3u c Pendlet on classical feowsis:ct Kendall Enders, Olaus Johan
irl ce sI xod lia eh T t ot, Arh r .c Jacob Geerlings, Joseph Edwint Marks,, xiurie, .Josselyn Van Tyne.I
Icrxrt ("all AiX t ier, I1'aul Antos Moodiy, Slin-Era Spi edsn 1JanieI (Ctine oPgeiht
dore It.! fo,'urso C idiia ig' Padilla, M\aurits En oha Pdre,1 Cniudo aeEgt

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