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'AGE TWO

.THE MICHIGAN DAILY

MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1

PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY MONDAY, 3UNE 24,:

Calvin 0. Davis
to Speak Here
Will Lecture On Highlights
Of University History
Institute Cancelled
"Highlights in the History of the
University of Michigan" will be the
topic of an address by Dr. Calvin 0.
Davis of the School of Education as
he delivers the first in a series of
lectures tomorrow sponsored by the
education school.
Dr. Davis will trace the develop-
ment, organization and administra-
tion of secondary education and the
University in particular from its
opening in 1841 with four professors
and seven students. The progress
from colonial denominational schools
to state schools will be emphasized in
his speech as well as the expansion
of University services throughout the
state and nation.
As the senior member of the School
of Education faculty, Dr. Davis pre-
pared the historical study of the
School of Education for its 60th an-
niversary celebration this year.
Student Gets Scholarship
Jarrett R. Clark, '43E, of Zeeland,
has been awarded a full scholarship
at the American Youth Foundation
Camp Miniwinci, near Shelby.

13 Honored, 2,262 Win
Degrees At Graduation
Presidential Possibility Houston, Tex., eye and ear authority;
Wheeler, Junius E. Beal Dr. L. D. Havenhill, dean of the
Win Honrr Aw University of Kansas School of Phar-
Win Honorary Awards
Honorary degrees were presented
to 13 persons, and 2,262 students, the
largest class in the University's his-_
tory, were graduated at the 96tH an-1
nual Commencement held Saturday,
June 15,;in Ferry Field.
Receiving honorary degrees were
Sen. Burton K. Wheeler of Montana,
Doctor of Laws; former regent Junius{
E. Beal of Ann Arbor, Doctor of
Laws; Fenton W. Booth of Indian-
apolis, Doctor of Laws; former Chief:
Justice of the United States Court
of Claimns, John C. Parker, Jr., for-
mer faculty member and vice-presi-
dent of the Consolidated Edison Co.
of New York City, Doctor of Engin-
eering.
Three persons were awarded hon-
orary Doctor of Science degrees, in-
cluding the only two honorary re-
cipients not alumni of the Univer-
sity. TIe three are Dr. Thomas Ben- HON. JUNIUS E. BEAL
ton Cooley, Detroit pediatrician;
Samuel-Colville Lind, dean of the macy; and Dr. Percival C. Lowry,
University of Minnesota Institute of Detroit dentist and former member
Technology; and Dr. Stuart Prit- of the University's faculty.
chard, president and general man- Prof. John G. Winter of the Latin
ager of the W. K. Kellogg Founda- department presented the degrees
tion of Battle Creek. and citations.
Howard L. Barkdull, Cleveland, O., The Commencement Address, de-
attorney, was honored with a Mas- livered by President Ruthven, may
ter of Laws degree. Harvey M. Mer- be found in its full text on the editor-
ker, superintendent of manufacture ial page of today's Daily.
for Parke, Davis & Co., Detroit, re-
ceived the degree of Master of En-
gineering. A Master of Arts degree
was awarded Charles Baird of Kan-
sas City, Mo., former University di-
rector of athletics, and donor of the
Baird Carillon. 302 S.
Master of Science degrees were (near I
presented to Dr. Norman B. Ellis of
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Michi ganlFlyers
Win Eastern Meet
First place honors in the National
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