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June 24, 1960 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-06-24

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Seltzer, Shapiro Win WSU Honors

Over 500 relatives and friends
of 63 Wayne State University
medical seniors witnessed the
ceremonies last week at which
- '' the future
doctors took
the Hippocrat-
ic oath and re-
ceived individ-
ual honors.
RonaldA.
Seltzer, son of
Prof. and Mrs.
Lawrence H.
Seltzer, of
19475 Strat-
ford, was pre-
- Dr. - Seltzer
sented four awards by Dean
Gordon H. Scott, of the WSU
medical school.
Among the honors he received
were the William H. Honor
Memorial Award for the senior
outstanding in surgery; the
Gordon B. Myers Award for
the senior outstanding in medi-
cine, and the Alumni Award
for the best scholastic record
through four years of medical
school. He placed second in
obstetrics and gynecology.
Seltzer was president of his
freshman, sophomore and junior

Two Scientists Get
Israel Associateships

Two young scientists at the
Weizmann Institute of Science
at Rehovoth, Israel, have been
named to hold the C. P. Scott
and Herbert Sidebotham Re-
search Associateships, estab-
lished by Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Sacher of London, it was an-
nounced by Meyer W. Weisgal,
chairman of the Institute's ex-
ecutive council.
Dr. Shmuel Kiinel, 31, who be-
comes the C. P. Scott Research
Associate, works in the Insti-
tute's Infrared Spectroscopy Sec-
tion
The Herbert Sidebotham As-
sociateship goes to Dr. Alvin
M. Kaye, 29, of the Department
of Experimental Biology.

classes; president of Alpha
Omega Alpha, national medical
scholastic fraternity, and presi-
dent of the Aesculapians, honor-
ary service organization.
He will intern at the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania Hospital.
Checks for $50 and plaques
have been given to Seltzer and
Robert Abramovitz, a sopho-
more, who was honored for the
highest two year scholastic aver-
age. He is the son of Mrs. Ann
Abramovitz, 18295 Monica.
Howard S. Shapiro, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Jacob Shapiro, of 1292
Stuyvessant, Birmingham, won
the Angus McLean Memorial
Award for outstanding research
at the medical school. A mem-
ber of Alpha Omega Alpha and
Aesculapians, he will intern in
Boston.

* * *

Flies from London
to See Daughter
Graduate as Doctor

Among the 63 members of
the senior class in the College
of Medicine of Wayne State
University, was a young Eng-
lish-born woman, whose mother
had flown all the way from
London, Eng. to see her
daughter take the Hippocratic
Oath at commencement exer-
cises, June 16.
Mrs. Helen Annis, 24, who be-
gan her medical training at the
University of Leeds, was the
special object of attention of
two members of the audience:
her mother, Mrs. Harry Free-
man, and her husband, Melvin
S. Annis, Detroit accountant, of
Clements Ave.
The daughter of a London op-
tometrist, Mrs. Annis trans-
ferred her credits from the
Leeds school when she married
her husband and was brought
here in 1956. They met in
Naples, where Annis was on
vacation after studying in Is-
rael.

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MISS SANDRA FREEDMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Lou Freedman,
of W. Outer Dr., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Sandra Elaine, to William L.
Roskind, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Roskind, of Santa Rosa
Dr.
Both Miss Freedman and Mr.
Roskind are students at Wayne
State University.

Windsor Graduation
Highlights Cantata

"From Generation unto
Generation," a cantata honoring
the Bicentenary of the Canadian
Jewish community, was pre-
sented as a highlight of the
recent graduation exercises of
the S h a a r Hashomayim Re-
ligious School in Windsor.
Written by Mrs. Sam Cohen,
in consultation with Rabbi
Samuel S. Stollman and assist-
ance from Harry Nessel, the
cantata is currently being
printed for distribution to re-
ligious schools and other organ-
izations throughout Canada.
Graduating from the school
were Faye Applebaum, Joseph
Berge r, Charlene Bernstein,
Miriam Fruchter, Edson Kamin,
Paul Luborsky and Richard
Shanbom. Bas Mitzvah honors
were accorded the Misses Apple-
baum, Bernstein and Fruchter.
Participating in awar ding
diplomas and extending greet-
ings to the graduates were Dr.
Isaac I. N e l s o n, Harry R.
Schwartz and Morton H. Bern-
holtz.

Mumford Girl Given
Science Honor Award

A Bausch & Lomb honorary
science award has been present-
ed to Mumford high school
graduate Diana J. Kohen, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Kohen, of Monica Ave.
Miss Kohen, whose honor av-
erage is close to a straight A,
was awarded the bronze medal
as a "recognition to senior stu-
dents with the highest scholas-
tic standing in science subjects."
A winner also of the Mum-
ford Parents Club and Wayne
State University tuition scholar-
ships, Miss Kohen will continue
with her science studies at WSU
in the fall.
As a winner of the honorary
science award, she will be eli-
gible to compete for a science
scholarship, sponsored by the
Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., at
the University of Rochester.

20 Students Receive
Farband Scholarships

OPENINGS JULY 1st

Mort Kanfer

MissFreedmantoWed Joel and Leon Cohen (No Relation)
L. Roskind Named to Wayne Honor Society

EL 6-8893

Twenty students at 15 col-
leges and universities through-
out the United States received
Farband Labor Zionist Order
scholarship awards for the
current academic year, accord-
ing to Meyer L. Brown, presi-
dent of Farband. This brings
to over 40 the number of stu-
dents who have received Far-
band awards since_ the inception
of the program a year ago.
Wayne State University is one
of the schools attended by the
awardees.

Classified ads bring fast results!

Two Wayne State University '
students were recently honored
at a graduation convocation by
being named to the Mackenzie
Honor Society.
They are Joel M. Cohen, 9440
Dexter, son of Mrs. Ethel Co-
hen and Mr. Nathan W. Cohen,
and Leon S. Cohen, son of Mr.
and Mrs. William Cohen, of
18436 Indiana. The two young
men are not related.
Election to the society is
based on contributions and un-
selfish service to the university.
Only nine other WSU seniors
were accorded the honor.
At the same convocation, Dr.
Leonard Moss, assistant profes-
sor of sociology and anthro-
pology at Wayne State, was
presented the Omicron Delta
Kappa distinguished faculty
service award.
Joel Cohen, who graduated
this June with distinction from
the college of liberal arts, had
been particularly active in
forensics at the university.
A member of the debate
squad for four years, he won
certificates from the University
of Illinois, in 1956, and the
Michigan Inter - Collegiate
Speech League, in 1958 and
again in 1960. He also served
as president of the Detroit
chapter of Delta Sigma Rho,
national honorary forensics so-
ciety.
He was one of 15 students to
receive the junior achievement
award, served as vice-president
and secretary of Kappa Nu fra-
ternity and was its representa-
tive to the Hillel Foundation.
Admitted to membership in
Psi Chi, national scholastic so-
ciety for psychology students,
Cohen will take post-graduate
studies in psychology in Sep-
tember and serve as a gradu-
ate assistant in the department.
Leon Cohen, who graduated
from the school of business ad-
ministration last January, at
that time won the David D.
Henry Award as the oustanding
young man in the graduating
class.
He was the first chairman of
the Student-Faculty Council,
Michigan Regional chairman of
the National Student Associa-
tion, a member of Gamma
Kappa Chi and was elected to

Omicron Delta Kappa, honor-
ary leadership and scholastic
society.
Now enrolled in the political
science department, where he is
working on his master's degree,
Cohen will work as a student
assistant in the department
next fall.

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Stephen, who lives at 19737
Marlowe, won $400 as the first
prize winner of the black-white
class two competition.
His photo, "Contrast," was
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track meet and shows the grace
of a high jumper as he is about
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Other monochrome award
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won a special $50 award, David
Chesluk, Wayne Cohen, Rickey
Schwartzman and Jerry Aron-
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