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College To Honor F. M. Schaeberle On His Retirement

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Frederick M. Schaeberle, a former Ann Arbor man who is retiring as treasurer of Pace College in New York City, will be granted an honorary doctor of commercial science degree from the college Friday.

He also will be honored at a reception at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel following commencement exercises Friday night.

Schaeberle grew up in Ann Arbor and was graduated from Ann Arbor High School and from the University in 1907 with a bachelor of arts degree in business administration. A brother and a sister live here. They are Mrs. Harry H. Atwell of 515 Berkley Ave. and Ernest A. Schaeberle of 1152 Baldwin Ave.

He will retire after 43 years of continuous service but will continue as a member of the board of trustees of the college.

Schaeberle, who lives in Glen Ridge, N. J., in a home modeled after the house memorialized by John Howard Payne in “Home Sweet Home” in 1823, will be 70 Sunday. He is the father of a married son and daughter.