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THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1966

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAnV VtVII

THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1966 TIW 1IHCIRIGAN DAILY

a -.'Akour IV-

Additional Honors Awards

Alpha Omega Alpha
Christopher J. Allan, George M.
Ball, James K. Bauman, Joel S.
Bennett, Donald S. Beser, Robert
E.'Clark, Thomas E. Dicke, Harvey
E. Dondershine, David A. Ekland,
Daniel H. Gold, Thomas A. Han-
sen, Charles M. Harrison, Kenneth
J. Hoek, Robert P. Kelch, Edward
S. Klotz, Stephen G. Landau, John
M. Markley, Dugald S. Macintyre,
Richard E. Miller, Edward J.
Nebel, Martin J. Nemiroff, Barry
8. Ostrow, James M. Roberts, Mel-
vin J. Rowe, Andrew H. Rudolph,
Joachim F. Seeger, Barry M. Sher-
man, Charles L. Smith, Jerome I.
Starr, Roger H. Stewart, Glenn P.
Vergrugge, -Richard M. Wilcox,
James W. Wilkins, Richard L.
Zuehlke.
Pi Sigma Alpha
Ellen D. Bennett, Margaret E.
Berman, George W. Breslauer,
John M. Briggs, Thomas L. Butch,
George R. Carter, Stuart Deutsch,
Judith E. Diamond, Leslie K.
Witch, Elliot R. Freedman, Jeffery
F. Ghent, Robert E. Gilbert,
Mitchell I. Greenwald, Suzanne D.
Harris, .Arnold L. Kanter, Donald
W. Klein, Gloria J. Klopf, Diana
Kosh, George L. Kraft, Jr., Susan
M. Lawther, Jordan D. Luttrell,
James D. McNiven, Susan A.
Moore, Richard A. Nager, Richard
G. Niemi, John A. Nitz, Brian G.
Norton, James W. Pfister, James
A. Rhodes, Robert J. Ross, Arthur
A. Shantz, David L. ,Shaw, Walter
C. Soderlund, John T. Svendsen,
David B. Thompson, Carl H. Urist,
Jr., Mary F. Voce, Robert S. Wal-
ters, William J. Wolff, Eugene Y.
T. Won, Minoru Yanagihashi.
Motarboard
June Bagdade, Rhonda Bertsch,
Linda Belisle, Georgia Berland,
Mary Berman, Megan Biesele,
Lucy Brink, Marva Jeanne Charn,
Martha Cook, Lynn Dolgin, Evy
Eugene, Nancy Grossman, Carla
Koziol, Miriam Lang, Patricia Mc-
Carty, Suzanne Naiburg, Ellen
Panush, Patricia Parker, Patricia
Scott, Carolyn Teich:

Phi Beta Kappa
Gail Louise Harnden Boyd, Re-
becca Anne Brogan, John William
Burch, John Peter Clark, Stephen
Aaron Daniels, Robert Arthur Gar-
wood, Jr., Susan Nancy Hyman.
Richard Katzman, Jay Harvey
Kleiman, George William Moore,
Joel Morganroth, Kurt Harrison
Neumann, Bruce Clayton Nord-
strom, Linda Rae Nozik, Don Irwin
Phillipps, Cheryl Mae Planck, Jack
Elden Seigel, Sally Jo Stillwell,
Sharon Washtien Stephen How-
ard Zarit.
Marine Bruce Abrahamse, An-
nabel Adams, Selena Detra Adler,
Dennis Michael Ahren, Margaret
Lucille Albright, Susan Marsha
Arnkoff, Dorothy Elsa Bambach,
Harold Bernard Beeler, Ellen
Berman Joel Michael Bernstein,
Paul Bernstein.
Constance Bohannon, Fred Leon
Bookstein, Jancie Lynn Boughner,
Mary Beth Braden, Douglas Braid-
wood, Robert Stephen Braun,
Donald S. Breakstone, Vivian Hol-
lander Breitel Samuel Broder.
Mary Dolores Brosius, Steven
Roger Brown, Christopher Joseph
Brunner, Dennis Rollen Cassel-
berry, William Greer Clark.
Charles Stanz Clarke, Jeffrey
Ellis Coe, Richard Scott Cook,
Rosemary Ann Cook, Francis Bar-
clay Craig, Philip Jarman Davis,
Elaine Helen Desow, Stuart Lewis
Deutsch, Barbara Lee Dickerson,
Ronelle Ann DuBrow, John Walter
Ekin, Evelyn Kay Falkenstein,
Michael Joseph Gelfand, Beth
Eliot Genne, Jeanne Ellen Gerlach,
Emily Martin Godshalk, Nancy
Jane Goldman, Richard Morris
Goldman, Leslie Ellen Goodman,
Patricia Ann Gordon, Roberta
Stephanie Govons, Arthur Welz
Gulick, Richard Charles Hartman,
Carol Sue Beishline Holtzman.
Judith Kay Housekeeper, Robert
John Victor Jackson, John William
Kaiser, Julie Anne Kallenbach,
Arnold Lee Kanter, Susan Lynne
Kaplan, Stan Allen Kaplowitz,
Joan Ellen Katz, Joel Andrew
Klein, Thomas Edward Kruger, Jr.

Jo Ellen Krulee, Frances Rae
Lambert, Stuart Lasine, Victoria
Gail Lasser, Louis Joseph Leo,
Gail Ayn Levin, Glenn Benjamin
Litton, Karen Sophia Lossing,
Jacqueline Lupovich, Terry Lee
Markoff, Betty Ann Martenson,
Adele Erma Hirshman Martin,
David Allen Mead, George David
Mendenhall, David Lachlan Meyer,
Barbara Miller, Deborah L. Miller,
Ira Jay Miller, Michael Alan Mul-
lett, Courtney Cardell Neff, Linda
Susan Villency Neuberger, Jane
Robin Nydorf, Norman Oslik.
Robert George Pachella, Ellen
Cyrille Panush, Naomi Sharon
Panush, Denise Christine Pavis,
Joseph Elias Pearlman, Russell
James Peck, Daniel Pinkel, Mar-
jorie Susan Randon, Donna Karin
Reed, Nancy Louise Reed, Susan
Elizabeth Riebel, Judith Anne
Rogers, Zosia Eve Rosa, Nadia
Mary Ruwitch, Ronald Charles
Serlin, Mary Joy Sims, Carol
Frances Singer, Carol Evelyn Sof-
fer, Ken Robert Springer, Terry
Sheldon Stein, Charlyn Joy Stock-
ero, James Kennedy Todd, Ruth
Ann Van Aken, Marianne Vander-
sluis, Mary Frances Voce, Robert
Kenyon Walker, William Aron
Walker, John Windiate Warren,
Judith Jo Wax, Elizabeth Laura
Weiss, Carol Jean Weller, Barbara
Ann Wilson, Kenneth Alvin Win-
ter, Eugene Yuen Ten Won, Jane
Gay Worman, John Roscoe Zie-
mer, Judith Linett Zolotar.
Joanne Lynne Berglund, Bar-
bara Kathryl Birshtein, Louise
Renee Geller, Barbara Allice Bald-
win Hill, David Howard Kaskowitz,
Susan Barbara Close Nielsen,
Sharon Jean' Perszyk, Judith
Norma Rote, Nancy Jane Smith,
Catherine Jean Douglass Stamm,
Dietmar Ulrich Wagner, Jean
Evelyn Wright.
Terry Lynn Cutler Ferris, Susan
Plagge Girod, Peter John Hollis,
Myrna Kasey, Leslie Ann Levin,
Marcia Clarke Howell Litzenberg,
Rein-Zoe Mandell, Philip George
Passon, Susan Paula Rudder,
Karen Ann Puite Shoesmith, An-

nette Susan Singer, Judith Bayer
Steinhoff.
Albert C. Allen. William A.
Barry, Alice E. Bartlett, Henry J.
Bourguignon, Sr. M. Immacule
Burns, Arthur E. Carlisle, John D.
Cormican, Carl-Wilhelm Deboor,
Leonard G. Eckel, Caroline D.
Eckhardt, Edith Z. Gold, James
Joel Helm, Matina S. Horner,
Maurice L. Jay, Donald P. Minas-
sian, Joseph G. Morse, Nadine-Nad
Popluiko, Charles Schneeberger,
Piergiorgi Uslenghi, Antonie Van-
seventer.
Botany- Nancy Jane Smith.'
Nursing-Sharon Lee Rubert.
Zoology-Jean Evelyn Wright.
Department of Air Science
Roger Alvin Boley, Orest Leo
Kohut, Raymond Arthur Baxter,1
James Stephen Barko, II, Jerald
Lane Cunningham, Gary Ernest
Andrejak, Charles Patrick Daugh-
erty, Russell Dean Schoof, George
Kenneth Anderson, Richard Fred-
erick Stribley, Philip Franklin Al-
sup, Hichard Thomas Jeffreys,
Samuel Nakamura, Gary Melvin
Banasiak, Ronald Howard Jones,
Edwin John McCauley III, Rich-
ard William Newton, Gary Lee
Sprader.
Public Health
Stephen Eugene McQuilkin, Ar-
lan Gaylord Helsted, Shirley Olds
Dean, Verna Marie Huffman,
Douglas Harold Bundy, Marie R.
Fonseca, Thea Zelman Hambright,
James Weir Knowles, Stephen
Eugene McQuilkin, Arlan Gaylord
Helsted, Thomas Newton Mark-
ham, Edward Lee Menning, Susan
Eyre Milman, Harold Hugh Rohr-
er, Carl Michael Shy, Sharon
Elizabeth Myers, Donald Rush,
Charles Ernest Smith, Cynthia
Jean Stewart, Cynthia Jean Stew-
art, Joseph John Cavallaro, Ste-
phen Eugene McQuilkin, Douglas
Harold Bundy, John Floris Eisses,
Shawky Abdul Ahmid Hassan,
Richard Charles Riley, John Zane
Reynolds, James Delon Westfield.

Students Discover New
Religious Issues at 'U'

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ies literature, art, law, music, ar-
chitecture and history which were
decisively swayed by religion.
Many students who claim to ac-
cept Christianity (and many who
reject it) merely retain vague as-
sociations of general prohibitions
such: as the ten commandments
and fairy-like tales of shepherds,
sheep and a hygienic manger at
Christmas.
Perhaps equally as important in
an age of attempted cross-cultural
communication is a general lack
of understanding of other religions
around the world,
It also appears that the aver-
age student displays a general in-
ability to be able to articulate his
own moral and spiritual values.
In the past the church has been
given the entire burden of reli-
gious education while being dis-
regarded by those who need that
education. The reason may be that
the church not only seeks to help
the student articulate his values
but also seeks to press him toward

a certain commitment. On this
campus the Office of Religious Af-
fairs has served for years as a
neutral ground for education in
religion.
It appears that in the future,
through the possible establishment
of an institute for the advanced
study of religion, the University
will increase its share of the re-
sponsibility of education in reli-
gion. The commission which pro-
posed the establishment of that
institue stated, "The increasing
ignorance of the nature of religion
manifest in such attitudes as the
limitation of religion to the acti-
vities of religious institutions, has
contributed to the increasing ig-
norance of the basic, presence and
meaning of value in America-at
a time when the social ethic of
the country is under severe stress.
Such ignorance, in a country
whose standards of education are
constantly rising, is not only ano-
malous but conducive to an even
deeper social and ethical confusion
than now exists."

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