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18, 1923

I THE-M-ICHIGAN.

D All LY

18, 1928 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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iBSlDD UITSfOlFARM BLOC IN SENATE TO
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OFFORMER WISCONSIN -
HEDANDGEOLOGIST
PROF. THOMAS C. CHAMBERLIN.
HELD DEGREES FROM
MICHIGAN

INITIATE LIBERAL PARTY
DE MOCRATIC REORGANIZATION

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HOLD FUNERAL IN CHICAGO'
Rank Educator As Among Greatest!
Of World's Students In SHI
Geological Field BROORHART, Mi
Generally known as one of the Iowa
world's greatest geologists, Prof.
Thomas C. Chamberlin, professor:-
emeritus of ,the University of Chi-
cago, former president of the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin, and a grad-
uate of the University in 1869, who:-;
died Thursday in Chicago at the
age of 85, was buried Friday.
Prof. William Herbert Hobbs of:
the geologya department who re-
turned yesterday from attending
the funeral of Professor Chamber-
lin, said in an interview, "Professor
Chamberlin was regarded as the
greatest living geologist in Ameri-
ca, and probably in the entire world.
for several generations. HOWELL.* Nebraska .
"At his funeral oration he was---
compared to La Place and Sirf
Isaac Newton for his contributions
to science; he was a great scientific
philosopher. His death is of es-
pecial significance to the Univer-
sity of Michigan in that he was a
gradiate student here in '68-69, and
received the honorary degrees of
PhD. in '82 and LL.D. in '87 from
the University. He was a close 4
associate over a long period of years
of several men of the geology de-
partment; Professor E. C. Case was
a student of Professor Chamberlin,
and it was under Professor Cham-
berlin that I started my teaching}WALSH -
career as an instructor in geologys
at the, University- of Wisconsin

M. Charles E. Coit, '21, of Chicago,jth
I i AND \ISTIUES'$500 to be added to the Charles W. v
Coit loan fund for medical stu. a
dents. tJ
51. A bequest of $3,000 from the f
late Patrick J. Doyle of Chicago. 52. P
From various persons and firms, c
CgTwo) gifts of material and concessions t.
(Continued From PageTo) in cost, in connection with the H
of Detroit, a scholarship for sum- Architecture building, totalling
mer biological research. $50,854. 53. From Dr. Bryant P
45. From the late Charles Aria $084 3 rm 1r ratP
Denison of Decatur, Ill., subject to Walker, $500 toward the Museum -
a life interest, a bequest of $15,000 publication fund. 54. From Prof. -
I to constitute the "Denison Memori- F. F. Blicks, $200 awarded him by!
al fund for worthy seniors" and a the research council of the Ameri-
bequest of $10,000 for the purchase can Pharmaceutical association, to
of books ,46. Fromr the E. I. Du- be used fbr expenses of research.
Pont De Nemours and company; Baltmoe,Dr. Howsaeveral valuable
$750 as a renewal of its fellowship Baktimor th1 g.,
for 1928-1929. 47. From a member
of the faculty, a fellowship in Eu- To Support Assistant
ropean Economic history of $1,000. 56. From Mr. William P. Harris
a year for three years. of Grosse Pointe Parks, Mich., $600,
Kelly Presents Library which it is expected will be pro-
48. From Dr. Howard A. Kelly vided annually, to pay for a grad-
of Baltimore, Md., his entire myco- uate assistant in the museum of
logical library of about 12,000 items Zoology. 57., From the Ingersoll-
and collections, to be kept in the Rand company, Painted Post, New
University museum as the L. C. York, a portable gasoline driven air
Krieger Mycological library and compressor and equipment for the
collection. 49. From Mrs. Dwight Engineering Mechanics laboratory.
B. Cheever and her two sons, an 58. From Mr. H. C. Hoskier of
addition of $200 to the Dr. Henry South Orange, N. J., a valuable col-
S. Cheever Memorial fund. 50. From lection of objects of ancient art for
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he classical museum (estime
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rine B. Pendleton, the renewa
,he Pendleton Classical Fellow:
or 1928-1929. 60. From Mr. Rol
. Lamont of Chicago, since
ember 1, 1927, the salary of
three observers at the Lamc
lussey observatory, and a rer
rance of $1,500 for incidental
enses.
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during the eighties when Professor With all members of the Pro-, a key position in the new organiza- Senator Norris, however, remains
Chstiuterlin was president of that gressive bloc in the Senate emerg- tion, it is said, by virtue of his the leader of the group. A con- S
sin gfrom the elections undefeated, strength in his own state, where ference of Progressives before the
Professor Chwhosehd he piled up a majority of 300,000 convening of Congress is being
memorial service was the first to and with others of Progressive ten- while the state was for Hoover planned.
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of hicago, is deeply mourned by Il todiitiatbe panliera prty ~lll16lll~ll11IIlllllllilllllllli~llllllllli111ti
colleagues all over the country, gram to itiate a liberal party ve a
many of whom attended his funer movement through the reorganiza-
al. His son, Rollin T."Chamberlin, tion of the Democratic party. Sen- Braret
is the present -head of the depart- ator Henrik Shipstead, Farmer-lA
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