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WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 19)27

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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HONORSCONVOCATION'
WILL BE HELD TODAY
I (Continued from Page One)
Foorman Lloyd Mueller, Alexander
Murray, Glen W. Myers, David Louis
lteumann, Elsie Rebecca Nicholson,
Miriam Mildred Olden, Milvin Albert
011, Stewart Charles Oviatt, Souren
Paul, Melvin Herbert Pike, LawrenceI
Preuss Eimm lou Brewer Ra, Glenn II
Leo Rearick , Marcus Morton Rhoades,
Sherwood Ross Russell,John Barnum
e~hravesande, Gustav Emil Schroeder,
Edgar Gerald Schummi, Margareta
Adelaide Schwartz, Margaret liabeth
Seaman,' Dorothy Aile-,n Sber,
Miles Gay Seeley, Helen Katherine
thaw, Mary Agnes Shaw, Robert
Roeder Shaw, Margaret Louise Sher-I
x~ an, Louise Addle Sh$ier, CharleneI
Elizabeth Shil~nd, Frederik Hopkins
Shillito, Dorothy An Schulze, Water
]'dwin Simmons, Clarence Charles
Slocum, Cynthia,' Serry. Smith, Fred-
e~ck Vernon Smith, Ruth Ann Sorge,
mimes Allen Sprowl, William John.
tellwagen, Chalotte Blanck Ste-
rens, Sidney Frederic Straight,
Charles Robert Swiehart.
Yae Tanaka, 1i{k zyyLeo Tapperman,
Ralph Emerson Taylor, Stewart Wil-
lam Taylor, Dorothy Blasen Tisch,
John David Todd, Pearl Aurora To-
vgnen, Sophie Ann Tommason, Wile
Edward Topper, Abraham Morris Tor-
~oMrs. Mary 'furry ;Van Tuyl,
Teodore Arthur Veenstra, Gladys
Liucille Walsh, Robert Clark Walton,
1)arles Ford Warren, Doris Marjorie
Watkins, Charles Lewis Wever, Roy
V44 ederick Wells for gir Edwin White,
Alexander Woodward Winkler, Helen
Pna Wolter, Mary Frances Woofitt.
tColleges of Engineering and Archi-
fraiure:.Water Edwin obert, Clark
J Amer Centr, Charles Stuart Collier,
taymond Orr En~al, Samuel Fire-
9 one, John Emery Goodrich, Clifford
R; Hisler, Ralph Rnald r Johnson,
Ienjamin Franklin King, Herbert
ienzel, Robert Wendell Miller, Carl
Crydo Mnrad, Waldemar John
''ek, Wlliaml E. Renner, Reginald
Rckgtt, Edward.fonda, Joseph Den-
niis Ryan, Charles Tomikhns Schie-
inn, John JBenjamin Berhoek, Lal
Chand Verman, Harvey Arthur Wag-
xir, Frank Worel, George Fair Wyllie,
Edmond Hume Hoben, Lawrence Wi-
ttam Oliver, Edward Dunbar Rich,
file Ford Thompson.
Medical school: Af Sven Alving,
C ristel Ann .Hiss, Gordon Judson M-
Cirdy, Walter Grierson Maddock,
James Hoyt Maxwell, Carl Gustave
BMiller, sma4 Christine Mueller, Gor-
don Benniett 'Myers, Thayer LeMoyne
parry, Hazel Ruth Prentice, Alvin
Edwin Price, Reed Wallace Teed.
lTaw school: Edgtar B-olt Ales, Rob-
ert Wenidell Condr, James Eugene
flffy, William Bliss Giles, Arthur
Leonidas Harding, Edgar C. H-owbert,
Richard William Lens1ke,, Sidney -Leon
Robin, Benjamin Jay Safir, Frederick
J. Schumann, Edward Schaad Stimson,
LI urent ~Kimball Varnum, Howard
gger Wahrenbrock, Le~R4 Richard
Weis, Carl Louis Whitchutch, Arthur
RchardWood.
College of Pharmacy:. George Lewis
" Vebster, Darwin Emerson Sacheroff.
,College of. Dental Surgery: John
13elawski, Elmer Pllsworth Etttinger,
4rbert Benjamin Hu eh, Lawrence
Vernon Kinibrell, Rudolph Ernest
1 Orson, Rannells Clinton Owens, Ed-
mond Field Randall, Victor Francis
Rloss, Carl 'Sylvester Sullivan.
School of Education: ;Barbara Anne

SAbbott, William Wilcox Arnold, Taylor, Leon AutainIibe' Gerald Kathierine Garvin, En.tid I. obel Glen, Join nes van Houte.1
Ulysses Sidney Beach, Hattie Male lc. yGil VWoOdS. Ivy Caroline Robbins, Ja 1ueS 'T Ruth- Research felwhpiIlsia
ShoofA iisrto: ro.Beebe, Gene-vieve Elizabeth Buell, Scoo ofruieiAnjis ain rod rcimeology: Nita Lorine Butler.
Theodore Lowell Bystrom, Meirondine '~ ae ul Carl Braun fellowship: WeN'ru d e 1 1 Einniua J. Cole fellowship in botany:
Ameia Cae, Prs~ MararetCop, l'University fellowships adscholar- Chanralates Stetrhenusarn.
Ameia asa PesilMarare Coe,!ship-": Charles Lee oy Aln s:ach1, Vin - 'Buhl classical fellowships: L eo wdaatG 0pta ukr
Florence Tjhelm~a Cummings, Wesley (Vett ('ohimard Aycres ung; Chi Clhang, In geman Hlighby, Elinor Mullett. I 1Edwin C. Hlinsdale fellowship: Rob-
Chester Darling, Irene Rebecca ]Field,, William B) a ryaci Gales,, Water Scott ; ert Kendall Enders, Olaus Johan
Lucille Gertrude Groff, F r a n ce s, Iluxfordl, ?:E labeth Enott, Arthiur Me- Pnltn casclflosis
Lonise Hatch. Elaine Marie Ilerbert, (Call Minti ir, Pmi 1 Amos Moody, Sin-' Jacob Geerlingts, Joseph Edwin Marks, iri', .Josselyn Van Tyne.
Ernest Gotthold THilduer, Theodore A. fo.rf .o Gddung Padilla, :Maurits Erna Sophia Pedersen, 1) a n i e 1 (Continued on Page Eight)
I Iornberger, H-elmn Net tie Knox, Grace Wvilhelnm cn.;tin,s G ~ene-,;( eStearns,
Juanita Kratz, Margaret Eleanor Gardrfner Wliii; ~ikaAnnie""
Lord, Clifton Earl Lutes, Anna Li1lian Young .
Miller, Lois Ada Niethamer, Vera State Collelge scholarships: (UadisT
Onalee North, Margaret Elizabeth 'Lucile ('lck .ohn E r y Dae" rooXl
Ocker, Dora Katharyn Green Pingle, l)oniald Vele Iigslcy, iMairy Caro-
Mary Louise Pressler, Josephine ii-lieSaktt . i 'Eln htny
man Ross, Henry Leroy Selmneier, Dwi ght Bald wvin Y ntenia.
Norma Elizabeth Snell, Laura Blanche 'Francos'ei. Rit,"s elloweships: Hilda I ORIft1'PM.>:t ;i\ fliF ( XICARDS NOW -

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