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May 20, 1932 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1932-05-20

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THE ICHIGAN DAILY FRIAY

Columbia Seniors
Give Reed Harris
Confidence Votes
Columbia- seniors expect success3
for Reed Harris, ex-editor of the
campus newspaper, the "Spectator,"
whose fight with the college au-
thorities resulted in his expulsion
from school recently.
In the traditional balloting held
every year, members of the grad-
uating class voted Harris the mem-
ber of their ranks most. likely to
succeed, and predicted an earning
power of $11,352 within five years
for him.
Harris topped the list of those
called "head-wild" and "chivalrous
assertionnist," and was second as
"disputant." He was second also
on the list of those who had done
the most for Columbia, but topped
those who had done Columbia for
the most.
Nearly 90 per cent of the flour
used by Haitians is furnished by
the United States, the rest being
obtained from Canada.

SOCIOLOGICAL VIEWPQINT OF RURAL
LIFE FEATURES HOLMES' NEW BOOK
A new approach to' rural life in ments of people who have had ac-
America is presented in Prof. Roy tual knowledge of family-farm life
H. Holmes, of the sociology depart- are presented in Chapter III. It
nient, recently published text book, maintains a sympathetic attitude

Mrs. Herbert Hoover receiving the degree of doctor of letters and
humanities at Wooster college, Wooster, Ohio. Charles F..Wishart, presi-
dent of the college, has just Conferred the degree and Professor Martin
Rempf is adjusting the black and white cap.

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