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THE SUMMER MICMGAN DAILY

MONDAY, JUNE 23, 1930

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, JUNE 23, 1930

UNIVERSITY CONFERS 14 HONORARY DEGREES 1

(Continued From Page One) tudes for life-long diligence.
Alfred Fabian Hess. Physician,z
terpreter and creator of composi- teacher, and investigator. For
tions marked by distinction of feel- nearly hirty years a practitioner
ing and technique. in New York, and for fifteen years 1
DOCTOR OF ARCHITECTURE a professor of clinical pediatrics.1
Irving Kane Pond. Architect, in- Has developed . with conspicuousf
terpreter of art, and public spirit- success, "a method of producing ai
ed citizen. A native of Ann Arbor vitamin factor in food by ultra-
and a graduate of the University; violet light"'. A fertile writer of
but since early manhood a resi- high merit. One who by long ex-1
dent of Chicago. Creator of edi- perience wisely interpreted and byc
fices of symmetrical beauty and productive research has wrought
substantial worth. One who has nobly in the struggle against dis-
striven to purify the administra- ease, particularly in alleviating the
tion of his adopted city, and to lot of afflicted children.]
promote the buoyant and intelli- DOCTOR OF LETTERS
gent comradeship of kindred souls. Henri Chamard. Author and
Among other achievements has teacher. A fine product of a land 1
adorned his university town with famed for exact and elegant schol-1
two student gathering-places that arship. An assiduous and a clear
delight the eye and comfortably eyed investigator of French litera-
minister to varied needs. A writer ture, particularly of the sixteenth
of imaginative insight throwing century, whose studies have borne
light on symbolic meanings in art fruit in writings prized by students
and architecture. for their learning gracefully ex-
DOCTOR OF ENGINEERING pressed. A respected and beloved
Scott Turner. Mining engineer lecturer in the University of Paris;
and director of the Bureau of for a portion of this year loaned
Mines. A commendable scion of to us. A welcome guest from a
the pioneer stock of Michigan and people from whom we have already
a graduate of its University. Dis- received much,
tinguished for his achievements in DOCTOR OF LAWS 1
the development of engineering Edward Sidney Rogers. Lawyer
projects of enduring import in and legal writer. Born in our
many, even remote parts of the easternmost state, the cradle of dis
world, from South America to Spit- tinguished men, educated in the
zbergen. . Generous in public state of Michigan. An attorney of
service and a valued representative note in Chicago and in New York
of the United States to world con- who has devoted his studies and
gresses in his special fields. Author his activities to patents, trade-
of technical and scientific articles, marks, and copyrights, whereby!
and an ardent worker both for the men of inventive talents and crea-
conservation and wise utilization tive gifts may be ensured of the
of natural resources. fruits of their toil and ingenuity.
DOCTOR OF SCIENCE Generous in responding to calls for
Frank Leverett. Geologist. An service upon international commis-
erudite product of the middle west sions and conferences in these jur-
who has "discovered deep things istic fields. An American of long
out of darkness", whose researches lineage and high traditions.
in glacial geology and water re- Harry Conant Bulkley. Lawyer.
sources have won him grateful and Graduate and sometime Regent of
deserved recognition by the col- the University of Michigan. A prac
leagues in his field of science. One titioner highly esteemed for his
who has developed natural apti- acumen and judgement; who has
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been among the foremost leaders
of the bar to interpret and empha-
size the intimate functional con-
nection between commerce and the
law. A promotei of legal educa-
tion for whose sagacious counsel
and valiant support the Law School
is profoundly grateful.
Vincent Massey. First official en-
voy extraordinary and minister
plenipotentiary from the Dominion
of Canada to the United States;
a messenger of good will from a
people whose trust is so recipro-
cated that our common boundary
has remained unfortified for over
a century. A graduate of the Uni-
versity of Toronto and of Balliol
College Oxford. Young in years,
but old in well doing and in public
service. Sometime teacher of his-
tory, a knowledge of which should
contribute toward an excellent and
durable understanding between di-
verse races. Director of large en-
terprises and associated with a
notable benefaction that contrib-
utes to cultivated and gracious
,living.

University of Rochester
Adopts New Study Plan
(By Associated Press)
ROCHESTER, N. Y., June 22.-
The University of Rochester will
adopt a new policy of education
when it occupies its new $10,000,-
000 College for Men next fall.
The new system of independent
study will involve, for juniors and
seniors, elimination of many class-
es and abolition of the old fash-
ioned examinations.
For under-classmen it will mean
increased freedom in attending
classes and concentration in a
chosen field.
Students will study independent-
ly under immediate direction of
members of the faculty.
A unique orientation course in
natural science has been instituted.
It is a survey of the whole field of
science, with emphasis upon pres-
ent day problems and methods.
A model of a mountain range is
to be built on a roof of one of the
Chicago world's fair buildings. It
will have a maximum height of
250 feet and a length of 1,200 feet.

TONIGHT at 8:15
Also Tuesday and Saturday Nights
SATURDAY MATINEE at 3:15
The Smart Comedy of Actor Aristocrats. The tremendous laugh hit
of last season.
TheRoyal
Family
with
MRS. RICHARD MANSFIELD
KATHERINE WICK KELLY
And all New York Cast
"SERENA BLANDISH"
Last Presentation FRIDAY NIGHT
"THE SEA GULL"
WEDNESDAY MATINEE 3:15
Also WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY EVENINGS

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Prices: Matinees 50 and 75 cents. Evenings 75c and $1.00
Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre
Phone 6300 for Reservations

SHIRT
HEADQUARTERS

Take a Boat Ride to Port Huron on

113 "SING SHIRTS
SHlRIN DOLIARS!
C. P. co. 5930
F you want to see the value of your dollar shrink,
spend it for a shirt that fits you once or twice only,
before it shrinks from 1/ to 3 inches ! But if you want
an absolute guarantee of permanent fit, based on Arrow's
new pre-shrinking process, you'll come in here and

Big Str. Tashmoo
Come to Detroit any day this Summer, park your car on the dock, and enjoy
this all-day sail over the great International Highway of Lakes and Rivers.
Free Dancing on the boat. Splendid Cafeteria and Lunch Service. See
Detroit river front, Belle Isle, Lake St. Clair, the Flats and the celebrated
"Venice of America." This cruise of 61 miles each way takes you through
a constantly changing panorama of rare land and water views.
Port Huron, Sarnia, St. Clair Flats, Algonac
Str. Tashmoo leaves Griswold St. Dock at 9 a. m., Daily and Sunday; ar-
rive Port Huron 2 p. m. Returning, leave PORT HURON, 3:10 p. m.,
arrive Detroit 7:45 p. m. FARES: Tashmoo Park or St. Clair Flats, weekdays
$1; Sundays, $1.25, R.T. Port Huron or Sarnia, Ont., one way, $1.10, R.T. $2.
TASHMOO PARK
half-way between Detroit and Port Huron is Detroit's favorite pleasure park
where you may spend six hours and return on Str. Tashmoo in the eve-
ning. Free dancing in the pavilion; picnic in the grove, baseball, golf and
all outdoor sports and amusements.
FOR AN AFTERNOON RIDE
Take Str. Florida to St. Clair Flats or Tashmoo Park, Lv. 1:30 p.m. Return
on Str. Tashmoo, 7:45 p. m., week days. SUNDAYS, Lv. 2 p. m. Return
7:45 or 10:15 p. m. Three hours at Tashmoo Park; four hours at St. Clair
Flats; Fare, weekdays, $1 R. T. Sundays, $1.25 R. T.
reading G. T. Ry., between Detroit and Port
Railroad Tickets Huron, are good on steamers either direction

make your money go a long way in one of
the new colored or white broadcloths at
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and $2.15

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Dancing
Moonlights
TO
SUGAR
ISLAND
Drive to Detroit and
enjoy an evening of mu-
sic and dancing on Str.
Tashmoo and in the
pav ii'on at LunO.

To close one lot of 25 dozen shirts.
All sizes. Including Manhattan,
Arrow and Eagle. You buy two and
get extra one FREE.
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1WAfNNAqBORS1IT891
322-324 South Main Street
'Ann Arbor's foremost clothiers"

-____--_..__ - land. Tickets 75c. Park
on the dock. Leave at
- . 8:45 every evening.
RANDOLPH WHITE STAR NAVIGATION CO. Footof Griswold St.

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