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ID ignitaries To Attend Hatcher Inaugural

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Arrange 'U'
A large contingent of University
officials, faculty and student re-
presentatives has worked long and
hard on arrangements for the up-
coming presidential inaugural.
Hoping to make the inaugura-
tion the "finest in University his-
tory," these committee members
have been under the general chair-
manship of Frank E. Robbins, as-
sistant to the president.
Here are the chairmen and
members of the various commit-
The general committee: Frank
E. Robbins, assistant to the
President, chairman; Regent
Roscoe Bonisteel, Arthur L.
Brandon, Director of Univer-
sity Relations; Prof. Harold M.
Dorr of the political science de-
partment; Herbert G. Watkins,
secretary and assistant vice-
president of : the University;
Prof. Bennett Weaver of the
English department; and Len
Wilcox, '52, SL President.
Comprising the hospitality com-
mittee are: Prof. Mervin H. Water-
man of the finance department,
chairman; Prof. Leigh C. Ander-
son of the chemistry department;
Prof. Fred J. Hodges of the Medi-
cal School; John Kathe, Union
President; and Mrs. Willet C. Ol-

Bevis, Williams, 55 College
Presidents To Be On Hand
Hill Auditorium will be overflowing with dignitaries Tuesday
when Harlan H. Hatcher is formally inaugurated as eighth president
of the University.
On hand for the gala affair will be President Hatcher's former
colleague at Ohio State, President Howard Bevis, spirited Gov. G. Men-
nen Williams, State legislators, and a galaxy of college presidents-55
in all.
* * * *
IN ADDITION, more than 457 official delegates, representing 313
colleges and universities and 144 professional societies, will assemble
* * *... .3 p.m. in the Auditorium.
But that's not all. Faculty
members, University officials,
SRegents, alumni and student re-
presentatives, emeritus profes-
sors, and superintendents of
schools will be filing to Hill.
To top things off, both students
and the public have been invited
to attend the festivities.
ONE OF the highlights of the
E ceremony will be a robed proces-
sion of celebrities. At 2:45 p.m.,

Red Heroes
MOSCOW -- (A) - The Com-
munist youth newspaper Kom-
somol Bravda yesterday ridi-
culed Soviet bobbysoxers for
wasting their time in the wor-
ship of opera stars.
It said groups of young Soviet
girls in Moscow are neglecting
their work and social duties in
order to collect pin-ups and
diary items.

Northwestern To Fete Ruthven

Retired University President Al-
exander G. Ruthven will be one of
100 mid-westerners to receive the
Centennial Award of Northwestern
University at the school's Centen-
nial Convocation in Evanston Dec.
Senator 1sbert A. Taft, Gover-
nors Frank j. Lausche of Ohio and
Adlai E. Stevenson of Illinois, in-
dustrialists Harvey S. Firestone,

Jr., Paul G. Hoffman, Henry Ford
II, and Alfred P. Sloan, Jr., Novel-
ists Louis Bromfield, Thornton
Wilder and John Dos Passos also
are among those to receive cen-
tennial citations.
All represent states carved from
the Northwest Territory and will
be cited for distinguished service
to society.




* * *
~'U' Luncheon
To Be Given
For Delegates

Classes - for all students --
will be dismissed at noon, Tues-
day, Nov. 27, the date set for
the inauguration of President
delegates dressed in academic cos-
tume, will form a queue, lining up
according to the date of the
founding of their institutions.
University of Mexico dele-
gates, representing an institu-
tion founded in 1551, and Har-

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the political science department,
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is head tin h uncheon commit- c :) .. w.... __w
tee, helped by Dean of Women De- vard delegates (1636) will marchG
mons, Assistant Dean of the engi- inauguration of Harlan Hatcher cher. The procession will moverocessxopewtll moye
neering college, Ethel A. McCor- will be guests of the University at from the Natural Science Bldg. HOLLAND, Mich - (P) -Now Twirlers Journal with 5,000 cir-
mick, Social Director of Women, a luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday -under a canvass awning-to they're subsidizing baton twirlers culation a
and Prof. Francis B. Vedder of the,, in the Union Ballroom. Hill. te'esbiiigbtntilr uain
dendistr shoo.r . dmThe Unlngas, reprm.entHng 31.-take it from George Walbridge, His art is recognized by some
universities and colleges and 144 In an auditorium decorated with an expert at the business, public schools as a standard part
The reception committee will in- learned and UN flags; the formal inauguration "Baton twirling is getting to be of education. Out of it all he
elude Mrs. Charles A. Sink, chair- professional societies, will begin. President Bevis will a big business-almost as big as makes he says, "a good but not
will present their official creden-
man, Regent Mrs. Vera B. Baits, speak on "The Unexplored Conti- football. I'm not kidding. Some of luxurious" living.
Mrs Wels . Bnnet, rof Frnkthel sometime Tuesday morning in
Mrs. Wells I. Bennett, Prof. Frank nent." After he is installed, Presi- those baton twirlers are the real There is a steady demand for
L. untey f te nglsh epat-the Regents' Room on the second
L. Huntley of the English depart- floor of the Administration Build- dent Hatcher is also slated to ad- stars on the football field. his products.
ment, Prof. Maynard Phelps, of igdress the audience. "Come to think of it, they get "You may not know it," said
the business administration school, ing. , just as good scholarships as the the 32-year-old professor, "but
Jim Moran, '52, Union secretary, THE LUNCHEON will be fol- football players. Some better." actually colleges subsidize their
Cathy Sotir, '52, League President lowed by a program of brief talks. A RECEPTION for President * * * bands and twirlers more than
and Irv Stenn, '52, representing Dean of Faculties Marvin L. Nie- and Mrs. Hatcher will follow from GEORGE SHOULD know. A they do their football teams.
Michigamua senior honorary. huss is scheduled to preside. 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Michigan one-time national baton champion It isn't too hard to get a boy to
Physical arrangements will be Speaking on behalf of the col- League. According to Frank E. himself, he now runs a full-time play football. But the colleges have
handled by Walter Roth, plant leges of Michigan will be John Robbins, assistant to the president baton-twirling school. trouble getting kids to play in the
department superintendent, while A. Hannah, president of Michi- and chairman of the inaugural le has traveled most of the band or twirl a baton. I have band
Prof. Glenn L. Alt of the civil en- gan State College. committee, everyone is invited to nation teaching youngsters how directors around the country writ-
gineering department will direct Glenn M. Coulter, president of the reception and no tickets will to spin a chrome-plated stick ing me frequently scouting for
the academic procession. Decora- the University of Michigan Alum- be required, and is co-editor of a Baton good material."
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