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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1950

SPRING DISSERTATION:
Prof. Schull Appointed
Henry Russel Lecturer
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Prof. A. Franklin Schull, of the
zoology . department, was named
26th Henry Russel lecturer last
night.
The appointment was announced
by Prof. Vernor Crane, of the his-
tory department,' president of the
University Research Club, which
chooses the lecturer.
Prof. Shull will deliver the lec-
ture this Spring.
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PROF. SHULL, 69 years old, be-
gan his retirement furlough at the
end of the Summer Ssession and
will become an emeritus professor
Aug. 1.
He received a Bachelor of Arts
degree from the University in
1908 and a Doctorate of Philo-
sophy from Columbia University
in 1911.
He then became a zoology in-
structor in the University and was
promoted to assistant professor in
1912.
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PROF. SHULL became an asso-
ciate professor in 1914 and has
been a professor since 1921.
The lectureship is awairded each
year to a faculty member judged
by the Research Club to have
achieved high distinction in his
field. The club consults with the
former lecturers in making choices.
Henry Russel, of Detroit, endow-
ed the lectureship. He received
from the University a Bachelor of
Arts degree in 1873, a Master of*
Arts the next year and a Bachelor
of Laws in 1875.
Bloomer Honored
Prof. Harlan Bloomer, of the
speech department, who is also
director of the speech clinic, was
elected vice-president of t h e
American Speech and Hearing As-
sociation at its annual meeting.
Election Lecture
Prof. Joseph Kallenbach of the
political science department will
speak on "Some Reactions to the
Elections" at the Hillel-fireside ser-
vice at Lane Hall tomorrow night.

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Printing Problems
Delay 'Generation'
Printing difficulties have delay-
ed the publication of the fall issue
of Generation, campus inter-arts
magazine, according to Louis Or-
lin, Grad., managing editor.
The 96-page publication will go
on sale Nov. 29 featuring essays,
poems, short stories, arts and arch-
itectural displays.
Orlin also announced that ma-
terial for the second issue of the
semester is now being accepted at
the Generation office in the Stu-
dent. Publications Building.

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after coaxing him with kernels of the corn she holds.

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