J. B. McKerley's Norris medal.
4Â« tha to III BIO GYM Florence Man is President Alumni Association-- WbildenQets Medal. CLEMSON COLLEGE, S C, June 1--(X*)--Graduating exer- cisen at which 121 members of the clatg of 1926, and two others received diplomas, ended $he 30th commencement of Glemson diploma* were awarded by Pres- jident E W. Sikn and Colonel 'Alan Johnatone, chairman of the board of truiteee The following .honors and medals weic award 'ed I The NorrlB medal for the high est general excellence In schol- attlc aitainmenti and other ffcldi. to J. B McKerley, of El ko The Truiteei' medal fpr ora torj to R H Cam, of Sharon The medal awarded by the manufacturers' acsooation for excellence in the textile depart ment to J H Sanders, of Chester Chester lion, after which the exercises were ended | H h S I N R U J The cadet adjutant read the list college today Dr Hamilton I of appointments of officers in wmllfHolt lecturer, editor and college president, made the address to I the graduating class, making a strong plea for the League of Nations Basing ftiis address ppon the statement that law must be sub stituted for war Dr Holt said only way in which reason can ov "The logical, messcapahlc and the ercome force is by following this plan ePace fs the outcome of justice* justice is the outcome of law law is the outcome of pÂ° litical organization " Following Dr Holt's address, the cadet corps for the next ses CONSTANTINOPLE, June i-- , llalide Mill HÂ»njUnl divorced wife a! Mustaphu Kemil 1 islio iiiesiduit oÂ£ Turkey Ijas taken up her resi denct nmong sever il AnieiKan f"i" lies in a largq apartment house in Cohstantinople She is Iwng in btn t retirement and sceb none of her old Turkish fucnrls Her ton stunt eonii unoiib ire two Amcman Hit llhiois agitation and in vestigntion may result in a hitfn nice for pardons and paroles :ie Indianapolis News el pi --111