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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

MONDAY, J

University Confers Degrees On 1,988

Ann Arbor, professor-emeritus 'of til 1936, and head of the department
chemistry here; where he was a of organic chemistry from 1927 until
member of the faculty from 1893 un- his retirement.

laboratories and business adminis-
tration at the Philadelpria College
of Pharmacy and Science since 1918;
in 1920 and again in 1930 chairman
of the revision committee of thel
Uni ed States Pharmacopoeia.
Samuel Stewart Bradley, '87-'891it.,I
67 years old, of New York, first presi-
dent of the Aeronautical Chamber of
Commerce, of which he is still a
member, and editor of the Airplane
Patent Digest.

Cleveland School of Art, born and A.M., '18, 43 years old, of Northamp-
raised in Adrian. ton, Mass., Dean of Smith College
Doctor Of Engineering since 1929 and a member of the fac-
*Robert Lemuel Sackett, B.S.C.E., ulty there since 1926.
'91, C.E., '96, 69 years old, Dean of
Engineering at Pennsylvania State Fernand Baldensperger, 66 years old.
College since 1915. of Cambridge, Mass., head of the de-
Henry Earle Riggs, C.E., '10, 72 partment of comparative literature at
years old, of Ann Arbor, honorary Harvard; the second professor of that
1 professor of Engineering since 1930; subject in France before coming to
head of the civil engineering depart- Harvard, when he taught at the
ment here from 1912 to 1930, and for universities of Lyons, Strasbourg and
25 vta b fnr tht at nciltinc v' Pri r

DRUGS

Norman Asa Wood, 79 years old, of ! as years oeiorcdna. a consulting ex
Ann Arbor, Emeritus Curator of pert in railway engineering problems.
Birds here since 1934; from 1894 to Doctor Of Science
1911 ornithologist and taxidermist Joseph Erlanger, 63 years old, of
for the Museums here, and from 1911 St. Louis, Mo., head of the depart-
until his retirement Curator of Birds. ment of Physiology at Washington!
University in St. Louis since 1912.
Master Of Laws DotrO-umn etr
Herbert Lincoln Harley, L.L.B., '92,1Ro tor Of Humane Letters
65 years old, of Ann Arbor, director Robert Ezra Park, Ph.B., '87, 73
and secretary of the American Ju- years old, of Chicago, professor-
dicature Society since 1916 and edi- emeritus of sociology there since 1933,
tor of its Journal. and professor from 1914 until that
Thomas Edmund Dewey, A.B., '23, time; at present visiting professor at
35 years old, of New York City, spe- Fisk University n Nashville. Tenn'
cial prosecutor for the City of New Doctor Of Letters
York engaged in driving racketeers Marjorie Hope Nicolson, A.B., '14,
out of that city; a native of Owosso
and the youngest recipient of an_
honorary degree.
Master Of Arts ( IF YOU W RITE,
Norman Bel Geddes, 44 years old,
of New York City, theatrical and in-
dustrial designer; a graduate of the

j rars.
Doctor Of Laws
Clarence John Hicks, 74, of New
York City, industrialrelationscoun-'
sellor for more than 25 years and
occasional lecturer on that subject at
Princeton, Harvard and Yale.
John Fleming Main, '95-'971aw, 72
years old, of Seattle, Wash., a judge
of the state supreme court there since
1912; chief justice of the court for
two years.
Karl Young, A.B., '01, 57 years old,,
of New Haven, Conn., professor of
English at Yale University since 1923.
Moses Gomberg, B.S. Chem., '90,
M.S., '92, Sc. D., '94, 71 years old, of
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FOR THAT LUNCHEON SNACK or mid-
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blocks.
Master Of Science
Ernest Fullerton Cook, 58 years1
old, of Swarthmore, Pa., director ofc

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at Considerate Prices.

TYPEWRITERS

New and Used, Office and Por-
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Rented, Exchanged, Cleaned,
Repaired. Also Supplies. Ini-
tial payment of rent may
apply in the event of purchase.
Correspondence Stationery
Student & Office Supplies
Greeting Cards. Novelties

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SHEAFFER, PARKER,
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WATERMAN and Others.
Priced $1.00 and up
Service Work a Specialty.
TYPEWRITING and
MIMEOGRAPHING
Promptly and neatly done by
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