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The Wolverine, 1917-06-28

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PAGM FOUR THE WOLVERINE
University EEWilliam

SPIRIT OF DUTY Cooley, and "National Service," by
FILLS MEMBERS toward K. Coffin.
OF '17 WAR CLASS The senate reception given in Me-
morial hall last night to the invited
guests, graduates, former students and
(Continued from Page One.) friends of the University, was one of
exercises at the same time in the the largest affairs of its kind ever
engineering quadrangle rooms. The held and the hall was crowded to its
principal speeches were made by capacity.
Artbur H. Hecker, president of the Commencement Exercises
The commencement exercises were
class; class history, Howard L. Car- brought to a close this morning, be-
roll, and class oration by Thomas W. ginning with the bugle call at 8:15
Sheahan. o'clock and the hoisting of the flag,
Senior Promenade features which usher in the final day
On Tuesday evening the seniors held of commencement exercises. The pro-
their annual promenade on the cam- cession, formed in line at 9 o'clock and
pus, after which the crowd separated, then marched to Hill Auditorium. At
in ,order to attend the Union vaude- to Hill Auditorium, was postponed on
ville program given free at Hill audi- 'ecount of the heavy rain. Classes
torium and the annual senior girls' met at Hill Auditorium instead. At
play, "The Romancers," presented out- 10 o'clockthe commencement exercises
doors on the campus. The promenade proper began, at which time President
was one of the most impressive sights Livingston Farrand, LL.D., of the Uni-
of the entire graduation periods, and versity of Colorado, gave the com-
the campus presented an imposing ap- mencement address, his subject being
pearance with the long lines of "The Crisis and the Responsibility."
lanterns strung from tree to tree. The address was followed by the pre-
Alumni Gatherings sentation of diplomas by President
Yesterday's program was given over Harry B. Hutchins.
principally to the alumni. The patri- Give Six Honorary Degrees
otic mass meeting in the afternoon at Following the presentation of di-
Hill auditorium was one of the big plomas to the graduating seniors, the
features of all the alumni gatherings. honorary degrees were conferred upon
President Harry B. Hutchins acted as worthy graduates whom the Regents
presiding officer of the occasion, and thought worthy of this added honor.
gave notice of the $150,000 presented to Those receiving such honorary degrees
the University by Hon. Levi Barbour were as follows: Master of Arts, Dr.
for the construction of a residenbe Henry Patrick Birmingham; Doctor of
hall for university women. Up to the Engineering, Hon. Hoawrd K. Coffin;
present time, Mr. Barbour has given Doctor of Letters, Mr. George P. Win-
some $375,000 to the University for ship; Doctor of Laws, Dr. William C.
various purposes. Addresses given at Braisted, Dr. Livingston Farrand and
the mass meeting were as follows: lion. George Sutherland.
"The Boys of '61," by Col. Claudius B.
Grant; "Michigan in the Spanish- Subscribe for The Wolverine and get
American War," Dean Mortimer E. a summer school directory free.

Seniors at Camps
Have Graduation
,aval Militia Men Attend Exercises in
Ann Arbor; Ft. Sheridan Men
10 lave Ceremonies
Ten seniors, located at the Great
Lakes training station, arrived in Ann
Arbor early Tuesday morning on a
leave of absence until 1 o'clock Friday
in order to attend the commencement
exercises. The men given a leave of
absence are as follows: H. Gray Muzzy,
x. B. Campbell, T. F. Beal, II. M. K.
Crylls, O. J. Sharkey, Ralph Howard,
G. R. Thoeming, F. C. Hopkins and
It. C. Garrison.

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'01 ii1ER SP'Ol'tiSr EDITOR OF
'ilE DAITY VISITS 'ITY
Edw ard P. Wright, '16, now enrolled
at the harvard law school, arrived in
inn Arbor yesterday for a few days'
visit. "Ptt" has signed up for the
First naval division, which is one of
e six iamva t divisions of the Atlantic
aoard states.
WtVile in the University, "Put" acted
in the capacity of sports editor on The
hiianDaily during 1.915-16, and
ook an active part in student activ-
ties.
. Perr Engod I Mis lines
The engaccnses of .ans 'erry, '17,
to liss Elsa IUolnies, School of Ilitsie
student, w as annonced this ceck.
a . y Gates sings for Columbia Rec-
a t. The latest at Alliendiigers,
. . Lib(cty. Adv.
Wilkinson's Ja
Trunks, Fags and Suitcases
Trade in Your Old One
325 S. MAIN ST. PHONE 24

"Iennie" Secures Job in New York
With the parting of this years' grad-
iates, students of the summer session
s ill also lose sight of D. L. Donovan,
commonly called "Dennie," who has
for ten years held the position of
stewart at the Michigan Union head-
quarters. But "Dennie" is not leav-
ing us for good. During the summer
months the Union stewart will hold
the position of assistant stewart at
Hotel Plaza, New York, one of the
uest hotels in the metropolis. He will
be back next fall to resume his duties
in the new Michigan Union building.
CLASSIFIED
FOht SALE
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dition, including rental of boat liv-
ery. 1118 S. University. Phone
I.070-J.
The Farmers & Mechanics Bank
South Main Street State Street Office
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announce the opening of-
a SODA FOUNTAIN in
NICKLES ARCADE
Home of the Famous Betsy W(oss Candy

The seniors who are located at Ft.
Sheridan were not favored with a
similar leave of absence to attend the
exercises in Ann Arbor, but plans havec
ieen made by 100 Michigan alumni of1
Chicago to hold their commencement-
exercises at the University club in
that city on June 30. The number of
Michigan men at Ft. Sheridan will be
decreased considerably in a few days.
since approximately 300 men will h
transferred to Sparta, Wisconsin,
owing to the lack of proper range for
heavy artillery work.
f+RANCIS M. RACON, '02, TO
]IF UNION OFFICER NEXT YEAR.
To keep apace with its wider stu-
ient activities and functions, the
Michigan Union will have one of the
University's spirited alumni to take
charge of all the student activities next
year. Francis M. Bacon, '02, is ached-
leid to fill the newly created office,
according to information just given out
by Homer Heath, secretary and man-
ager of the Union.
Mr. Bacon is at present state chair-
man of the intercollegiate intelligence
hureas, and is taking an active part
in that work. During the years of
1909-1911 he was a member of the fac-
ulty of the history department. Mr.
Bacon has always taken a great in-
terest in student activities, and since
the new Union plans to be the center
of student life hereafter, it is believed
by those in charge that Mr. Bacon
will be a valuable addition to the
Union's officers in accomplishing that
purpose.
J. W. PECK WILL CONDUCT
"Y" EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
The University Y. M. C. A., located
in its new home in Lane hall, offers
its numerous advantages and com-
fortable rooms to the students of the
summer session.
The employment bureau, which has
secured positions and odd jobs for
students in past years, will be con-
ducted by J. W. Peck, newly appointed
employment secretary. Students de-
siring employment during the summer
are urged to register at the employ-
ment offices, designating the kind of
work they are besa suited for and the
time they can spare for such labor.
The reading rooms will be open dur-
ing the entire summer session and vis-
iting alumni are invited to inspect the
new building during the rest of their
stay in the city.
At the present time the debt in-
curred by the construction of the new
building has been nearly erased.
The new July Columbia Records are
now ready at Almendingers, 122 .
Liberty. Adv.
You can find all the University
notices and events in The Wolverine
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