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THE MICHIGA D ILY

WEDNESDAY, Or,'

Literary School Holds 100th Anniversary Festivities'

Today

Organizations, Special Guests
To Be Present At Celebration

fred University-Aloysius J. Gaiss,
Assistant Professor of German, Uni-
versity of Michigan; Allegheny Col-
lege-Thomas Francis, Jr., Professor
of Epidemiology, University of Mich-
igan; Alma College-John W. Dun-
ning, President, Alma College; Am-
herst College-J. S. Reeves, William
W. Cook Professor of American Po-
litical Institutions, University of
.Michigan; Antioch College-Paul
Sumner Dwyer, Assistant Professor
of Mathematics, University of Michi-
gan; University of Arizona-Leon H.
Strong, Assistant Professor of Anat-
omy, University of Michigan;
University of Arkansas-Everette
Lee Henderson, Professor of Chemis-
try, University of Detroit; Barnard
College-Albert C. Jacobs, Professor
of Law, Columbia University; Bates
College-Joseph K. Yamagiwa, In-
structor in Japanese, University of
Michigan; Beloit College-Clifford
A. Carlson; Bennington College-
Theodore Newcomb, Associate Pro-
fessor of Sociology, University of
Fichigan; Berea College-Charles R.
Brassfield, Assistant Professor of
Physiology, University of Michigan;
Birmingham Southern College -
Richard A. Fennell, Assistant Pro-
fessor of Zoology, Michigan State
College; Boston University - The
Reverend Charles W. Brashares;
Bowdoin College-William John
Norton, Trustee, Children's Fund of
Michigan; Bowling Green State
University-James Robert Overman,
Dean, College of Liberal Arts, Bowl-
ing Green State University; Brown
University-James Pickwell Adams,
Vice President, ]rown University;
Bryn Mawr College-Margaret A. Au-
gur, District Councillor, Alumnae┬░As-
sociation, Bryn Mawr College; Buck-
nell University-Charles C. Fries,
Professor of English, University of
Michigan; University of Buffalo-
Chester D. Ward, Assistant Professor

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of Orthodontics, University of Mich-
igan; Butler University-Henry M.
Gelston, Professor and Head of De-
partment of Classics, Butler Univer-
sity;
California Institute of Technology
-Richard Crane, Assistant Professor
of Physics, University of Michigan;
University of California-Benjamin
Webb Wheeler, Assistant Professor
of History, University of Michigan;
Calvin College-J. G. Vanden Bosch,
Professor of English, Calvin College;
Capital University-The Reverend
Norman A. Menter, Chairman, Board
of Christian Higher Education of the
American Lutheran Church; Carroll
College-Gerrit T. Vander Lugt, Pres-
ident, Carroll College; Central Col-
lege--Helen F. Price; Central Mich-
igan College of Education-C. L.
Anspach, President, Central Michi-
gan College of Education; Centre
College of Kentucky-William M.
Washington, Head of Department of
Languages, Edwin Denby High
School, Detroit;
University of Chicago-Ermine
Cowles Case, Professor Emeritus of
Historical Geology and Paleontology,
University of Michigan; University
of Cincinnati-George B. Barbour,
Dean, College of Liberal Arts, Univer-
sity of Cincinnati; Colby College-
George T. Nickerson, Cranbrook
School; Columbia University-Albert
Charles Jacobs, Professor of Law,
Columbia University; Connecticut
College-Stanley D. Dodge, Associate
Professor of Geography, University
of Michigan; Cornell University-
Roger Bailey, Professor of Architec-
ture, University of Michigan;
Dartmouth College-Bradley M.
Patten, Professor of Anatomy, Uni-
versity of Michigan; University of
Dayton-Bernard T. Schad, Superin-
tendent, Supervisor of Schools, Uni-
versity of Dayton; University of Del-
aware-Walter Hullihen, President,
University of Delaware; Denison
University--Clarence L. Fox, Trustee,
Denison University; University of
Denver-James M. Orten, Assistant
Professor of Physiological Chemistry,
Wayne University; De Pauw Univer-
sity-Charles A. Fisher, Director, Ex-
tension Service, University of Michi-
gan; University of Detroit-John F.
Quinn, Dean, College of Arts and
Sciences, University of Detroit;
Dickinson College-Roscoe O. Bon-
isteel; Drew University-William W.
Whitehouse, Dean, College of Liberal
Arts, Wayne University; Elmira Col-
lege-Helen Richmond Griffith; Em-
manuel Missionary College-H. .
McCumber, Professor of Social Sci-
ence, Emmanuel Missionary College;
Emory University-Mrs. J. Howard
Lantz; Fenn College-Clayton G.
Hale, Trustee, Fenn College; ,
Flint Junior College-W. S. Shat-
tuck, Dean, Flint Junior College;
Fordham University-The Reverend
George A. Shiple, Professor of Chem-
istry, University of Detroit; Fordson
Junior College-Harvey H. Lowrey,
President, Fordson Board of Educa-
tion; Franklin and Marshall College
-Samuel H. Ranck, Librarian,
Grand Rapids Public Library; George
Williams College-H. C. Coffman,
President, George Williams College;
Gettysburg College-William A. Koh-
ler;
Grinnell College-Adam A. Christ-
man, Associate Professor of Biologi-
cal Chemistry, University of Michi-
gan; Hamilton College-Charles A.
Knudson, Burgess Professor of the
Romance Languages and Literatures,
Hamilton College; Hamline Univer-
sity-Raymond W. Labbitt; Harvard
University-Arthur Edward Romilly
Boak, Richard Hudson Professor of
Ancient History, University of Mich-
igan; Heidelberg College-F. D.
Lemke, Dean, Heidelberg College;
Highland Park Junior College-
George I. Altenburg, Dean, Highland
Park Junior College;
Hillsdale College-Willfred Mauck,
President, Hillsdale College-Hiram
College-Paul H. Fall, President, Hi-
ram College; Hood College-Esther

E. Shaw, Professor and Head of De-
partment of English, Hood College;
Hope College - Wynand Wichers,
President, Hope College; Illinois Col-
lege-Ernest Gotthold Hildner, Jr.,
Dean, Illinois College; University of
Illinois-Warner G. Rice, Director,
General Library, University of Mich-
igan;
Illinois Wesleyan University-Mal-
colm A. Love, Dean of Administra-
tion, Dean of the College of Liberal
Arts, Illinois Wesleyan University;
Indiana University-James Albert
Woodburn, Professor Emeritus of
American History, Indiana Univer-
sity; State University of Iowa-T.
Hawley Tapping, Executive Secretary,
Alumni Association, University of
Michigan; Jackson Junior College-
William N. Atkinson, Dean, Jackson
Junior College; Jamestown College
-Laurance A. McKenna; Johns
Hopkins University-Lewis Kellum,
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Curator of Mezozoic and Cenozoic In-
vertebrates, University of Michigan;
Kalamazoo College-Willis F. Dun-
bar, Dean, Kalamazoo College; Uni-
versity of Kansas-Elwod A. Sharpe;
Kent State University-K. C. Lee-
brick, President, Kent State Univer-
sity; University of Kentucky-Hen-
ry Beaumont, Associate Professor of
Psychology, ┬░University of Kentuc-
ky; Kenyon College-John de Boer
Cummings, Headmaster, Cranbrook
School; Knox College-Frank Wilbur
Hartman, Henry Ford Hospital;
Lafayette College-William Mather
Lewis, President, Lafayette College;
Lawrence College-Thomas Nichols
Barrows, President, Lawrence Col-
lege; Lehigh University-Hempstead
Stratton Bull, Assistant Professor of
Electrical Engineering, University of
Michigan; Louisiana State Univer-
sity-Floyd N. Calhoon, Assistant
Professor of Mechanical Engineering,
University of Michigan: University
of Louisville-Charles W. Deibel;
Loyola University-The Reverend
Samuel K. Wilson, President, Loyola
University;
Luther College-Enoch B. Peter-
son, Curator of Egyptian Antiquities
in the Museum of Classical Archae-
ology, University of Michigan; Uni-
versity of Maine-Joseph M. Mur-
ray, Acting Dean, College of Arts
and Sciences, University of Maine;
Manchester College-V. F. Schwalm,
President, Manchester College; Mar-
quette University-Conrad M. Jen-
nings, Director of Athletics, Mar-
quette University; Massachusetts In-
stitute of Technology-A. C. Litch-
field; McMaster University-Norman
MacNaughton, Professor of Psychol-
ogy,. Adrian College;
Miami University-William F. Al-
derman, Dean, College of Liberal
Arts, Miami University; Michigan
College of Mining and Technology-
Octave D. Gardner; Michigan State
College of Agriculture and Applied
Science-Lloyd C. Emmons, Dean,
Division of Liberal Arts, Michigan
State College of Agriculture and Ap-
plied Science; Middlebury College-
Ray Lyle Fisher, Assistant Professor
of the Theory and Practice of Ath-
letic Coaching, University of Michi-
gan; Mills College-Aurelia H. Rein-
hardt, President, Mills College; Mil-
waukee-Downer College-Lucia R..
Briggs, President, Milwaukee-Downer
College;
University of Minnesota-Harold
0. Soberquist, Associate Professor of
Education, Wayne University; Uni-
versity of Missouri-Winterton C.
Curtis, Dean, College of Arts and Sci-
ence, University of Missouri; Mon-
tana State University-A. A. Apple-
gate, Professor of Journalism, Mich-
igan State College; Mount Holyoke
College-Flora Belle Ludington, Li-
brarian, Mount Holyoke College;
Mount Union College-William Linc-
oln Hart, Trustee, Mount Union Col-
lege; Muhlenberg College-Levering
Tyson, President, Muhlenberg Col-
lege; Muskegon Junior College-Al-
len G. Umbreit, Director, Muskegon
Junior College;
University of Nebraska-H. N.
Barnard; University of Nevada-
Leon W. Hartman, President. Univer-
sity of Nevada; University of New
Hampshire-Arthur W. Smith, Pro-
fessor of Physics, University of Mich-
igan; New Jersey College for Women
-Kathleen Hamper Stair; New
York University-Florence E. Allen,
Judge, United States Circuit Court
of Appeals; University of North
Carolina-Thor M. Johnson, Assist-
ant Professor of Musical Literature,
University of Michigan;
Northwestern University-Addison
Hibbard, Dean, College of Liberal
Arts, Northwestern University, Gen-
eral Nathan W. MacChesney; , Nor-
wich University-Charles B. Burch;
University of Notre Dame-The Rev-
erend John J. Cavanaugh, Vice Pres-
ident, University of Notre Dame;
Oberlin College-Harry Eliot Barn-
ard; Ohio State University-Robert
E. Monroe, Professor of Romance
Languages, Ohio State University;
Ohio University-Herman G. James,

President, Ohio University;
Ohio Wesleyan University-Donald
J. Hornberger, Professor of Econom-
ics and Business Administration and
'reasurer, Ohio Wesleyan University;
University of Oklahoma-Ray H.

Haun: University of Oregon-Fran-t
cis Day Curtis, Professor of Second-1
ary Education, University of Michi-
gan; Otterbein College-John Rus-
kin Howe. President. Otterbein Col-1
lege; Park College-William Lindsay
Young. President, Park College:
Pennsylvania College for Women-1
M. Imogene Armstrong; Pennsyl-1
vania State College-Bayard D.]
Kunkle; University of Pennsylvania,
-John Alexander, Professor of Sur-i
gery, University of Michigan; Port
Huron Junior College-Thomas C.
Simpson, Acting Dean, Port Huron
Junior College; Princeton University'
-Harvey Charles Emery; Purdue;
University-James H. Cissel, Profes-1
sor of Structural Engineering, Uni-
versity of Michigan;
Queen's University-Arthur Ed-
ward Romilly Boak, Richard Hudson
Professor of Ancient History, Uni-
versity of Michigan; Radcliffe Col-
lege-Margaret Elliott Tracy, Pro-
fessor of Personnel Management and
Professor of Economics, University of
Michigan; University of Redlands-
Ernest F. Pratt, Teaching Fellow,
Department of Chemistry, University
of Michigan; Reed College-Helen
Griffin Tibbitts; Rensselaer Poly-
technic Institute-Sherrod E. Skin-
ner; University of Richmand-Paul
E. Hubbell, Professor of History,
Michigan State Normal College:
Ripon College-Robert N. Gibson;
University of Rochester-Ernest F.
Barker, Professor of Physics, Univer-
sity of Michigan; Rockford College-
Martha R. Westerberg; St. Lawrence
University-John Frederick Shepard,
Professor of Psychology, University
of Michigan; Saint Louis University
-H. B. Crimmins, President, Saint
Louis University: St. Olaf College-
Leo A. Knoll;
Simmons College-Eleanor H. Scan-
lan; H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial
College-Elaine Ivey Rice; Univer-
sity of the South-The Reverend
Warner L. Forsythe, Rector, St.
James' Church, Birmingham, Michi-
gan; University of Southern Califor-
nia-Rufus B. von KleinSmid, Presi-
dent, University of Southern Cali-
fornia; Stanford University-Carl
Breer; Suomi College and Theologi-
cal Seminary-The Reverend Jacob
Heikkinen;
Syracuse University-Ernest Reed,
Director of the Summer Session and
Professor of Botany, Syracuse Uni-
versity; University of Tennessee-
Bruno Meinecke, Associate Profes-
sor of Latin, University of Michigan;
University of Texas-Homer P. Rai-
ney, President, University of Texas;
University of Toledo-Andrew J.
Townsend, Dean, College of Arts and
Sciences, University of Toledo; Tran-
sylvania College-The Reverend H.
L. Pickerell, Student Work Director,
Michigan Christian Foundation;
Trinity College-John Blair Barn-
well;
Tufts College-Virginia L. Guild;
Tulane University of Louisiana-
Marten ten Hoor, Dean, College of
Arts and Sciences and W. R. Irby,
Professor of Philosophy, Tulane Uni-
versity of Louisiana; Union College
-Walter Curtis Smith; United
State Military Academy-William
Francis Morrison, Colonel, Field Ar-
tillery, United States Army; Val-
paraiso University-Reuben Leon
Kahn, Assistant Professor .of Bac-
teriology and Serology, University of
Michigan; Vanderbilt University-
Edsel A. Ruddiman;
University of Virginia - Heber
Doust Curtis, Professor of Astronomy,
University of Michigan; Wabash
College-Frank H. Sparks, President,
Wabash College; Washburn Munici-
pal University-Charles G. Fulker-
son, Assistant Professor of English,
Michigan State College; Washington
College-Julio del Toro; Assistant
Professor of Spanish, University of
Michigan; Washington and Jeffer-
son College-Karl Van Dyke; Wash-
ington University-Richard F. Jones,
Professor of English and Acting Dean,
School of Graduate Studies, Wash-
ington University;

University of Washington-Ken-
neth K. Landes, Professor of Geol-
ogy, University of Michigan; Wash-
ington and Lee University-Byron L.
Ballard; Wayne University-William
W. Whitehouse, Dean, College of Lib-
eral Arts, Wayne University; Wells

College-Ethel Towar; Wellesley Col- "
lege-Dorothy F. Vawter: Wesleyan Pare 1t iGroup
University-Frank E. Robbins. As- .
sistant to the President. University W ill Convene
of Michigan;
Western College-Elizabeth Lor-
aine Bishop, Former Professor of In Novem ber
Latin, Western College: Western
Michigan College of Education-
Floyd W. Moore, Head, Social Sci- Discussiios Will Concer-n
ence Department, Western Michigan Child, a iy Prole .
College of Education; University ofiP
Western Ontario-R. C. Dearle, Pro- Tulane Dean To Speak
fessor of Physics. University of West-
ern Ontario: Westminster College- Considering the theme "Man Re-
William R. Veazey; Wheaton Col- makes His Envii oiiment." the Parent
lege (Ill.)-David Otis Fuller, Trus- Education Institute will meet Nov. 5,
tee, Wheaton College; Wheaton Col- 6 and 7in Ann Arbor under the spon-
lege (Mass.)-Mary H. Rice; n
Whitman College-Charles Eugene sorship of the University Extension
Woodruff, Director of Laboratory, Service.
Maybury Sanatorium, Northville, Concerned principaily with family
Michigan: William Jewell College-
emuel F. Smith, Professor of Chem-
istry, Kalamazoo College: College of parents to ensure proper education
William and Mary-James Wilkin- for their children, the Institute's
son Miller. Dean of Faculty. Profes- opening sessions will be largely in
sor of Philosophy, College of William conference form.
and Mary; William Smith College-
Mrs. William F. Hufstader; Williams Pricipal speaker of the first day
College-Cleveland Thurber; Wilson will be Dean Marten ten Hoor of Tu-
College-Mrs. Charles Boyd McCul- lane who will address the delegates
lough;eon "Democracy vs. Totalitarianism-
University of Wisconsin-George A Crisis in Education." Other speak-
C. Sellery, Dean, College of Letters ers of the day include Prof. Ernest G.
and Science, University of Wisconsin; Osborne of Columbia and Ray O.
Wittenberg College-C. W. Selheim- Wyland, director of education and
er, Member Board of Directors, Wit- relationships of the Boy Scouts of
tenberg College; College of Wooster America.
-Edgar G. Johnson, Associate Pro- In the evening Prof. J. Raleigh Nel-
fessor of Secondary Education, Uni- son, director of the University In-
versity of Michigan; Yale Univer- ternational Center will preside at a
sity-Fred Towsley Murphy, Former symposium at which four foreign wo-
Fellow, Yale Corporation; Yankton men will discuss "Woman's Contri-
College-Chester B. McVay, Resident, bution to the Reconstruction of the
University of Michigan Hospital. World After the War."
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