+ 2 20 64 pg 41 LA Times Irving S Bengelsdorf Kepler Crater Solar Winds + proton meteorite glow to 11 3 58 pg 16 Waterloo Courier IA H C Urey + 6 7 62 pg 4 Flagstaff Daily Sun Thallium Bromide diamond panini coloration w Charles E Weir + Alvin Van Valkenburg + Hellmut Schmid Peenemunde w Werner Von Braun et al + 4 10 58 pg 23 Balt Sun Aberdeen + 12 22 57 pg 5 Asheville Citizen-Times AP Frances Lewine + 8 21 47 pg 29 Dayton Herald Lew Rock Jr Garman Harbottle Caltech WWII Navy rockets

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PAGE EIGHT . ' 10 WCITy; IOWSTPRESS'CITIZElTIl V MONDAY, MAT 26, ', irgil ; M. ; Hancher Became 13th President :of - University of Iqxt :-r :-r :-r 'WMUMsfe r &VV' '5;. , - i I ) i M The r ''I rim i , HrA' , f tr , , - - , ' r "And m I Unirii m I began, by accepting the charge committed to 1 Frank Aydelotte, director, of the Institute for Advanced Study at Frlnceton and American Mcretary my care, and by pledging myself within the limits of my powers to for the Rhodes scholarships, receives the degree of Doctor of Letters from President Bancher. deserve the trust and confidence you have reposed in me." , ' -I?-... -I?-... -I?-... -I?-... " ' N:-:.Vi N:-:.Vi N:-:.Vi fc.r: ! :4f:.';'!;''Si.f 4.; ' M' iS.f-?J';;.:.:: iS.f-?J';;.:.:: iS.f-?J';;.:.:: 'iS. f-.V, f-.V, f-.V, ' : ' I v. - J :V..-i :V..-i :V..-i ,. ;te Dr.. Eugene A. Gilmore, former president of the University of Iowa, was honored at -Saturday's -Saturday's m oeremoniea. ' He received a degree of Doctor of Laws. - . V l 4 - 1 - i.S3 tionDyUtaaii,li ,,,ta ' "0W 0o1" "lwty Hi. UchL brought the inaugum. Press Comment On Inauguration Among the comments In Iowa newspapers on the inauguration of Virgil M. Hancher as president of the University of Iowa were the following: Des Moines Register ine ceremonial part of a new university president's inauguration comes along so far after the ac tuality of his assumption of sponsibiiity that it can easily be passed over by all except those immediately interested education al people. But the ceremony itself Is nice and appropriate thing. It stems from away back. It speaks of tradition, of the long past, of the slow growth of things impor tant, of achievement realized and achievement to come. Like for malized graduation ceremonies, there is something about it that we would not forego (something the fpregolng of which would be So we appreciate the Daeeantrv of Dr. Vireil M. Hancher'a inauEti. ration as president of the State university of Iowa. We repeat the warmest wishes for every kind of success for him ana tne university, for he as an Individual and the university as an Institution are teamed now, in great responsibility for the Town. or tomorrow. The emphasis that President jnancner put on the fundamental vaiues of a free society and on the duty of each vounr member nf It to keep those values, not mere personal benefits, at the top of me mast was obviously the rlM emphasis. The university institution.' May it grow ever greater, Cedar Rapids Gazette Virgil M. Hancher had the tmaH wishes of the state yesterday when ne was inaugurated as the thirteenth thirteenth president of the tlntveritv of Iowa. , When the statu bnnirri nf Anima tion last summer be fan lnnkins- lnnkins- for a successor to Dr, Eugene A. GU-more, GU-more, GU-more, it sought a' young man equipped equipped to grapple with the pressing problems that honor the j large university. In Mr. Hancher Jit found not only a young man. ' he's 44 but an SUI alumnus as well. A member of the class of 1918, Hancher achieved a distinguished undergraduate , record, marked both by activities and scholarship Later as a Rhodes scholar at Oxford, Oxford, the new president added to his background.- background.- ' ' '" After 14 years or practice as a Chicago lawyer, Mr. .Hancher familiar with business and business problems.- problems.- This Bhould serve him in good stead in hU administrative duties. ; . , .. During his service as president or tne university alumni associa tion, he represented the alumni viewpoint." He is familiar. with alumni interests la university oper ation. . . . - -1 -1 Already, In hi short tenure at Iowa City, President Hancher has been instrumental in two construe tive accomplishments for the uni versity, ,His Influence was materially materially responsible for obtaining legislative approval for. the first unit of a new central library i project, sought for 80 years. In ternally, he arranged a- a- new activi ties fee system which will bring more privileges to all students. President Hancher in his in augural address touched on. the broad responsibility of the university university In present-day present-day present-day society to seek and present the truth, and to acquaint acquaint it students with the finer things of our civilization. He Indi cated an understanding of the pur pose of education and the scope of his new post. ' ' In the critical times that - lie ahead, the position of institutions of higher learning will be difficult The draft, possible war and. a warped 'economic situation "Will bring problems requiring thoughtful thoughtful and courageous leadership. By his handling of his charge since November, President Hancher Hancher has proved himself able and well liked. He is welt suited for the task he has assumed. ' - Davenport Democrat ' Ceremonies Saturday at the Uni versity of Iowa whereby Virgil M. Hancher was inaugurated as the 13th president of the university, marked an Important epoch In this famous Institution of learning. jDr, Hancher was appointed president last" September and be gan his duties on November 1, From, then until his inauguration Saturday he has measured up well to every requirement of the office. He has , proved, himself a distinguished distinguished educator and highly use ful citizen. In his capacity as head of the institution he- he- has evinced keen conception of the problems wnicn concern this post. , Combin ing a thorough knowledge df the law with a lively interest in civic affairs he has brought to the.tmi- the.tmi- verslty an Intelligent and forceful personality. , . ' His career has for some years of fered encouragement to young men who are diligent In daily life; cour ageous in their adversity, and pa tient " in - the . accumulation of strength to meet the responsibili ties of , maturity., , , - Dr. Hancher,., 44,. ..come? to the university in the prime of life - and -usefulness.' -usefulness.' - Burn- Burn- en farm near Rolfe, Iowa, he- he- holds two degrees granted by the Uni versity of Iowa,- Iowa,- as well as two from Oxford university of Eng land.'- land.'- He was for 14 years associ ated with a prominent Chicago legal firm. , . We are convinced that the uni versity authorities made a ; wise choice , when, they -, -, selected Dr. mncher for - president. We expect expect to see the .university progress in marked degree tinder ills able direction. , , Classes Travel To C. Rapids Tuesday , 5 . i-. i-. i-. , , , . PARNELL- PARNELL- Members of the senior and junior classes of the Pamell high school enjoyed a motor trip to Cedar Rapids Tuesday aft ernoon. The group was accom panied by Mr. and Mrs, Richard Whalen nd Mrs, J. B. McAreavy. Mr. and Mrs, Earl Duffy went to - Cedar Rapids Wednesday to meet Mrs, Duffy's sister, ' Mrs. George Coie, who arrived that day from Pasadena, Calif. Mrs. Cole will visit here with relatives. Mrs, Thomas X Haiinon and daughter, Mif-s Mif-s Mif-s Dorothy, went to Iowa City ThurJav to pass a few-days few-days few-days visiting Mrs. Hannon's sister, Mr. Margaret DrlaroU. ' ) " f 'v . - ' f . ' .' ! a.1. ,; .;.':,?(;.. ::-'j':.-v- ::-'j':.-v- ::-'j':.-v- ::-'j':.-v- ::-'j':.-v- ::-'j':.-v- y -w: -w: . m . -ASi -ASi $ ; ;i w '' .: 'it- 'it- :W;' .;: .11 m " " . ; - , " . - s ' " . ,1 - V ' . i . ; " ,,t ,y -, -, v jt,-.l,,W,...,,,.n jt,-.l,,W,...,,,.n jt,-.l,,W,...,,,.n M...W...i' I. ...r.U.V,,. ' ..." ' President Hancher places the academic hood on the shoulders of his predcces&or, Doctor Gilmore. , , , IIEETING IS HELD IN KALONA WEDNESDAY ' . uril.,.1 mint-. mint-. , " Missionary Society Has ' bession 'LONE TREEAbout 25 members members of the Reformed 'Missionary society drove to Kalona Wednes day afternoon and met in the home. of Mrs. W. D. Berkey for the May meeting. At the business session.it was voted on to send Richard Holde-man, Holde-man, Holde-man, Jean Alice, Shoquist and Mar garet Stonebarger to the summer traUitn? school at Oskaloosa. Mrs. Virgil Wittmer had charge of the lesson, "My Local Church andY' Mrs. Berkey and her daughter, Mrs. Omar Leibig. and two daugh-' daugh-' daugh-' ters, served refreshments to the group., The Berkeys moved to Ka-lona Ka-lona Ka-lona from Lone Tree in Marclc Ixtne Tree Personals' ' ' Lcland Dickinson is passing his vacation with relatives at Shell, burg. , Mrs. Rosa Cronewith of Sieour. ney. whd visited here several fc with her sister. Mis, Ella ConstS Wt Wednesday evening for row . City to visit in the McVkkerhom, , AnnouncemenU hav : d here of the birth of a son. lW Earl, to Mr. and Mr,. C. A. keZn ' at Buffalo, N. T. Themtthc S' formerly Miss Helen this place. -

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