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AINN ARBO0R, MICHIGAN, Ti HURSDAY, JUNE -00, 1921

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Riegent Grant Lage Number~ Of
Degre eAt Final ]' eetingOfYear

ft1 WIN
NO 1-0

S I R A U C K L A N D G I . C ME DE TAMM E S O

1AME, BUT FAILL
F DIXON, YA -

jTO

'.a,

IN
.UN

INITIAL
WINS SECOND,

ii Kno Cks i loner
111of

One thous andl foue- hundred and
'eventeeon degrees, the large3t1num1e
over granted at one time in the his-
tory of the Uier sity, were voted by
teBoar'd of Re gents at their meet-
'ng; T10eday. Thiss the last meet-'
ing of the Rl .ednts for the prsentl
,,cndemic year.
ponds valned at $10,000 were pre-
i.erted to t'he University by Pr. john
L. Wekophthiallogist ,of, N ewr
York oity. The income from, the bondsl
i', to be us ed for a researchi scholar-1
'hip in ophthialmology, either gTradu-
ate or run;dergraduatle. it ireprov-ided(
that no beneficiary may hold the
scholarship more tihan two years.
rerschel Smith, a graduate stuadent'
special'_zing '_nhiglh'wa; Y' en3.1C^'g'
w.,as appointed as sistant pro e ;.r UL6
hig-hway enginecring. Hlis home is in;
Phoenix, 1Arizocna. Louis ch, jof
Grand Rapids, v.as appointed ri-
apit h'ofessor of public speaking, and
Erneost Brownp, of Leland 'tanfordi
Zuni crsity, wasap7, poilted a istant
professor~ of poitcal scien-,. ?Dr.
Rob;ert carney' was apphointed super- t
NEW[9C SGHOLADE
ON AMPS FIDA

Van IBoven clos~d his
ith TUniversity of Michi-
s with that sensational
ry so favored by story
when he won the second
Wased'a series,' and the
the 1921 season, with a
-e down the third base

fintc n3-,nt of iAthe disp'ensing depart-
i.t o' 1 thle cheniical lab oratories.
S The jRegents were notified by
Re gent R;utr in of Detroit, that through
the:l will of the late Charles A. Kent'
oDeroit, ishare of his real estate;
vn I (d at _,)oethan '$37,0100, has been
lettp thec Jamies Burrill Angell fund.
IAresolution wa<<s passed, that in fu-
1t:rc oldrsof fellows-hips and schol-
u-z~p3And {ctulty memibnrs Nwho
a r . tcosin the ' University and
reguia'.rly entered students in the
:grlnda:te school, will be exempt from
ill; 'nt of the ainnua l fees, which are
Otimen , $765 to women residen'ts
of te ~aband $105 and $101 re-
'_ etie t o non-resid'ents.
The R Iegents ruled that hereafter
courses in geology and geography will
not~ b~e open to freshimein student's, ex-
cepit with special permission.
jMiss 1liner' Sheldon was appointed'
ocial direct rof Betsy Barbour
tit s c, and T%"ss '{Ala Geisenheimer its
'esdamnes E. I. Sunderland, Charles
;;>liburn, C. 0. Dav-is, J. 'S. Robins
:o(d E. C. G'oddaird were namedl a
iboard of advisors for the Adelaide
:,Leever house, which Is to be a co-
opqerative hous;e for Mfichigan women
studcents . Thec house will be opened
'next fall.
Prof. A". i. Humphries of the Eng-
lish, departmnent, was ,appointed assist-
ant dean of the literary department.
_1_e ofices newly created.'
P.W,: eating of Detroit, presented
to the 'University a French transit of

TRYOUTS IWANTED
Summer school stu~dents who
wish to work on the business
side of The Wolverine see the
jbusiness manfager today or Fri;
Iday, i~ Wolverine office, Press
building.
CARRIERS WA-,N"FED
f Two or three' stu~dents are
Iwanted to carry The Wolverine
fthis summer. See the Circula-
tion Department Wednesday
modrning. Hours, 9 to 12.
SEAEREETO

MARCH PR]
I2 HONG:
GRAN'

le l-

Commiencemt
mnarks the de

Taps

ing c
and t t o
After

classosf
heir ent3

eany
on t

ranee andl Taniguchi, the
riers, were in fine form,
ently there was little hit-
tire total for the after-,
si~x blows, of which each
!dited withi three. OshitaI
oven, with a triple andI
espectively, secured the
ase bingles. Each pitch-
t six batters.
tals G~ood Fielders

HELD FOR_ SENIORS
ist iventt refore Ceremonies of !

the Commnt
Auckland C.
sador to the
ceive degrees
ideni' Marion
cises weret
crowd ofg
friends of thb

ILa

. Commencement in Hill
Auditorium
LITS, E NdINFERS AND
T1 tThAVECLASS DAY

~ig1iic Great A'hialee

in-Adminis-

trativ ite IYet°3(k

of

the
The

thrilled specta-
rkahble fielding;,
:standing figure
,seda 'outfielders
off several long
ilf innings both
fitly, and were
y the respective
shilta's hit the'
ened until Van
At with no onJe
L~aptai~n
of Toledo,. Wol-
:t year, and for
ni the Varsity

COLLEGE, OF W UNIVERSITY
A notable aCv -,ne ]indiisrtv
ni hodcs in the Unil et sits Will be

gr~thistorical interest.
PorF ADAMS ESiGNS
ACTED liP P MlIIPf

made, to +.orrow ,:' when the, (Ivartmt_ lt firI l IILUIR U qjivi u L
of . educaton off cialb- becomes the
school of eduication , with iProf. A. F1, IiA: RBEIN RE AD OF POLITICAL
Whitney as temp rry I ECdONOM i, -1Y DEPARTMENT I
faculty and cour"', of instruction comn-
pletely distinct ;'romn the College of
Literature, Zc wiel dthe Artas. This A 'nnouncement has been made by

stewha been contemplated for ay.1, ,
catee, during that: per iod by)-prom-
ibuginent educators throughout the state,th onl fRent;
uantil this timie, consid:ered? tl':e plan
pe Ature. l
R1..-ny .au ~-n - g ; 11 1.« o.r.AT, n ,,-,U1

PoeiWent Marion L. Burton of the
resignation of Prof. Henry 0. Adams,
pr'ofessor of' prlitical economy and
finance, and suceo 1887 head of the
departnient of political economy of
the Unix:er ~ty. The resignation of
Pr ofe ssor Xdaius is chie to long con-

Senic'rs "sera entottalned last n';ght
at the Senate recep_,tion on the canipas %
in what was the last event in thieir
honor duiring Commencement week,
all exercises being ended a.t that time'
in preparationl for the 12remonies of'
Commencement that were held this
morning. Chief among thie events of
the wreek were the class day exercises
held by the graduating classes in the
lterary, engineerinug, and law depart-f'
ments.1
The law clas s held its program at
2? o'clock Monday afternoon in the
Law building. George Bouchard, '21L,
g~ve the president's address, and wasI
followed by the 1Honorable Harryl
Olson, chief justice of the municipalI
court of Chicago, who was the prin-
cipal speaker. Charles A. Libby, '21L,
presented the class memorial, which
was accepted by Dean Henry M.
Bates.1
Lit Exercises at 10 O'clock .
Lits and engineers held their exer-
cises at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning.
Th~e literary class programn 'was heldI
on' the~ campus near Tappan hall and
consis~ed of the president's a.ddress,
by Fred J. Petty; the history by Mar-,
guerite A. Clark; the class oration by1
Oscar A. Brown; the poem by Alice i
Beckham, the' class prophecy by Al-
bert C. Jaicobs, and a farewell address1
by President Marion L. Burton. Copies{r
of the class history, oration, poe~m,r
and prophecy are being printed anudI
(Continued on Page Six)
STREET CAR KILLS
SENIOR'S GUEST

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as" it

Geddes
Exercises in
started by the
"Ta nnhauser,"
gig en Uy the
Tiihe or'ator of

orft

The last day of u
for the seniors was
o'clock by a bugle c
in. on, the campus.
tlho Commenceniet tP
The march to the ai
at 9'c~lock, led by
~a- . 4- - in~

in, Karl
ed 'their]

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last the :i' struction of prospective t(.achers4 I rofessor Adams is an internation-
1yT Oe new orga nation, according to lly' recognize(; authority in eco-
Professor Whitney, th1e new dlean of I 'noinics. For nealy 25 years he was
AEthe college. It is the first stop io- statistician for the Interstate Com-
n 1 wad placing the profession or tcaN -.-eecocontiission, and is largely
':tg ack on an eqftal1 basis v wi t te - smnslible for the system of ac-
i.i 'hor professions, that h1 eg e e cou.atf ng now in operation on-kAmeri-
1 0 ond It in thie sanars en- ara'lroatls.
0Ntance requiremmnts. Wt an or°gan- Rs.3 wor'k, coming to the attention
04ization comnplete'_y distinct fro:,, the!:f lip Chinese government a few
0 0 larger literary loll gt he new school years ado, was responsible for his
0 0 will be able to excpandl and carry outj call from that government to work out
2 0 new policies in tihe state's eiluciitjopal for them. a system of accounting
S0 system that were quite naturally ham- adaptable to Chinese transportation
0 0 pored by the former connectinbelie ,.IHe accepted the call, and was
- -I tween the two colleges. the: e from October, 1913, to January,
2 The transition to complete nde-' 1915, ret~urning in October, 1915, to
- pendence will be very gradiuaf, a c rain anothler- four months. The
A~ E cording to Dean W hitney. It is the wtork he; accom~plished there reflected1
1. 1 ulimate plan to grant degrpees in ,edu- credit not only to this University, but
41 1 cation only to students who have en- to the Americani nation.
0 0 rolled in the school as prospecti.-e The Regents, in accepting the res-
0 0 teachers. But the faculty of the col- igrnation, issued this statement:
0 0 lege does not 'v,1:ph to interfere pit,, 'Prof. H. C. Adams, professor of.
0 0 the arr~ngeinents of students who ! politial conomy and finance, and
0 '0 have Aleady planned to graduate head o;' the department of political
0 0 with the double degree, and, until a~ economny since- 1A87 feels compelled,
2 0, year from. the next SeptLember, will on. account of ill health, to present his
-- permit its students to enroll in bothregiton Professor Adams has
7 2 sc~hools. long been one of the leading mnem-
- (i Nueos exten:sions n policy are! hers of the tUniversity faculty, a man
9 being 'planned for the,, near future of wide experience and international
0-0 with the sanction t~hat tthe Regents reputaition. In accepting his resigna-
0-1 have 'given by their recent action. A tionl, which the board does with regret,
-- model high school has been planned it wishes to give expression to its
iita; that will constitute the practice la- profound appreciation of his long and
hits, boratory of the students in the school, successful service, which has brought
by and construction on the building will. fame to the University, as well as to
ases start in the immediate future. 'New himself, andl of the great part which
Mc- c o rses 'Will be offeyred and new mieni he has played in the developnient""ef
wilt? be introduced to the faculty. Itim institution."

At

in Englanxd, h
istrator of the
reconstruction
lwa.
After the ad
L.. Buxrton cofl

Miss Celia Boyarsky, of Chicago,
was struc!t by an Ann Arbor street
car Tuesday afternoon, while retuIrn-
igfrom the Michigan-Waseda base-;
ball game, and injured so that she died
without regaining consciousness a few
minutes later in the University hos-
pital.
She was with H. M. Shapero, '21L.,
at the time. Hie was also struck by
the< car, sustaining a broken rib and
a' severe shock. The couple seemed
unable to gqt out of the way of the
car, on account of- the large crowd
on the street. They did not, or could
not, heed the bell that the motorman
had been ringing while going through
the mass in front of the Union.
The burial will be held in Chicago
today.

receiving the degi
Sir Auckland
British _ambassac
After all degre
omy at Edinburgi
sies. During t
England as' dirf
minister of nation
ident of the boars
Harlry Burris
Emeritus of the
University of Mii
University of W
leyan university,
university, 1917.
4lex J. Groesl
sity of Michigan
governor of Mich

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