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THE MICHIGAN DAILY_________ ________

9 Pledge in Low Fall Rush Turnout

64E; James Newman, '83; Tony Petril- and John T. Young, 164E.
, '63; Don Petroff, '63Rd; Thomas Pri- SIGMA NU.
,hard, '64B.Ad; Joe Spitzley, '64; Rob- Robert J. Attaway',163; Bryan R.
rt Yearout, '64; and E. Zyniewicz, '63. Hebert, '64E; Duane W. Reno, '84; Mi-
PHI EPSILON PI chael R. Shabazian, '63; Philip Veste-
David S. Ginsburg, '64; Marvin Gold- vich, '64; and Anthony Waeschle, 164E,
nnan, '64; Richard J. Leach, '64; Mi- SIGMA PHI
shael D. Levin, '64; Mark S. Levy, '64; Robert C, Jenkins, -165E; Brian E;
Michael A. Maidenberg, '64; Larry P. Krnsienski, '63; and Dennis E.° Malone,
Iewman, '63; Jonathan L. Rose, '64; '64.E.
Donald A. Sandweiss, '64; Harvey A. SIGMA PHI EPSILON.
Schwartz, '64; William L. Sharfman, '64; Robert W. Allen, 164E; Vanu K. Bag-
nd William E. Shell, '64. chi, '64; David G. Cameron, '64E; George
PHI GAMMA DELTA J. Dietle, '63; Robert L. Fishback, 163;
Robert C. Baltzer, 163E; Donald C. George W. Ford, '64E; Daniel S. Giennie,
Baron, '65A&D; Eric T. Cheyfitz, '64; '64; Edward C. Hathaway, '64; George
ohn R. Deo, '64; Godfrey F. Gaidos, '64; J. Kausler, '63; Michael W. Leone, '63;
effrey L. Grayson, '64; Robert A. Hiatt, William D. Lerner, '62; John B. Monag-
64; Charles N. Patterson, Jr., '64; Rob- han, '64E; William Peppo, '64E; Larry J.
art S. Rea, '64E; Mark R. Sandstrom, Powell, '62E; William J. Rashleigh, '64E;
64; and Nelson. L. Smith, '64. Richard M. Rudd, '64E; and Thomas E.
PHI KAPPA PSI Swaney, 164E.
Charles S. Braun, '64E; Stanley R. TAU DELTA PHI
Bushouse, '63E; Michael F. Gossett, '62; Simon J. Ackerman, '64; Burt M.
Douglas D. Gregory, '64; John L. Hop- Altman, '64; Herbert A. Behrstock, '64;
tins, 164E; Olaf R. Jordan, '64E; Rob- Robert M. Benson, '64; Edwin S. Brown,
art J. Lewis, '63; Ronald E. Richard- ,'64; Howard C. Eglit, '64; David 0. Gar-
;on 163E; 'David E. McPherson,. '64; field, '64A&D; Ronald Goldfischer, '64E;
rik H. Serr, '62E; John S. Shelley, '63; Sheldon L. Gottleib, '64; John L. Grahm,
Hobert A. Sprowl, .64; Carl H. Van '64; Neil W. Hirschenbien, '64 E; Mi-
Lnde, '64; and Donald C. Waters, '64E,. chael A. Lerner, '64; Roger At Lowen-
PHI KAPPA SIGMA stein, '64; Richard S. Panush, '64; Mi-
Nick Kriska, 163E, Gary McCarberry, chael J. Roth, '64; Ronald P. Schatz,.
53, George Braidwood, '64, and Hal '64,.. Roy M. Schechtman, '64; Philip
Easton, '64. J. Silverman, '64 and David Yen, '64.
PHI KAPPA TAU TAUJ EPSILON PHI
John G. Bays, '62; John M. Briggs, Miachael A. Bloom, '63; Robert L.
64; Dennis M. Kramer, 164E; Phillip C, Gorman, '64; Stuart J. Henple, '63;
4alte, '63E; James W. Nye, '63B; Carl Steven Pollack, 164; Kishore Y. Patel,
.Pierson, '63; and Bruce C. Taylor, 63E; Philip Richardson, '64; Peter C.
64E. Roos, '64; Larry R. Wikoff, '64A&D; and
PHI SIGMA DELTA Lawrence B. Meyers, '63.
Robert Bergen, '64; Ronald Berman, TAU KAPPA EPSILON
63; Gerald B. Chattman, '64; Robert James G. Gilbert, '64E; Charles W.'
;ohen, '64; Geoffrey M.. Eaton, '64; Haley, '62E; Douglas F, Kirby, '63; Ran-
anford Leff, '64; Kenneth H. Miller, dall H. Lowe, '63; and John H. K.,
64; Theodore N. Miller, '64; David Sweet, '64.
nelson, '64; Ronald Portnoff, '64; Ste- THETA CII
'en R. Raymer, '64; Gary Tearston, '64; Dan D. Schoonmaker, '63E.
!obert H. Tell, '64; Calvin Treger, '64; THETA DELTA CHI
ames Waller, '64; Elliott M. Wolf, '64; Kevin M. Beattie, '63; Philip M.
wnd Richard Weiser, '64, Boadt, 163E; Nicholas G. Colovus, '63;
PHI .SIGMA KAPPA Thomas K. Connellan, '63; Andrew J.
Dennis E. Garrels, '64SM; Gerald. B. Dietzler, '63E; Edward H. Duffield, '64E;
Powers, '63; Edwin D. Shippey, '63E; Charles H. Duncan, '64E; Robert G.
klan D. Baker, '62; and Howard P. Farrell, '63E; Dennis R. Kromer, '64E;
Thomas, '64. William L. Miklus, '64; Terry M. Mitch-
PI LAMBDA PHI eli, '62E; William L. Nocerino, 164E;
Bruce Bauer, '64: Eugene M. Eisner,1 Thomas S. Richards, '63; Gary J. Ross,
'4; Lawrence 0. Gross, '64; Richard E.! '64; David A. Voight, '648; Earl M.
acobson, 165E; Robert I. Kessler, '63; Wright, '64.
Paul A. Levy, '64; Melvin R. Moore, '64; THETA XI
Michael R. Paull, '64; Earl M. Rosner, Charles E. Costello, '64; James D.
'4; Irving Z. Rapaport, '64; Harold J. Cross, '64; Richard E. Gardner, '64 A&D;
Smith, '64; and Jan Z. Winklenian, '64. Martin J. Kearns, 163E; Thomas E.
PSI UPSILON Miller, '62E; Robert B. Parker, '64; Wil-
Martin R. Burke, Robert C. Chain- 1am P. Stamm, '65 A&D; Gene T.
hers, '63E; Milton 0. Cross, III, '63; 'Stromberg. '64E; and Peter B. Van-
tewart W. Kirchner, '64E; William J. Winkle. '64.
Kodros, Jr., '64E; James C. Leisen, '64; TRIANGLE
Robert S. lMontague, '64; Thomas H. Evan L. Totten.,164E.
)hlgren; Walter R. Reynolds, '65A&D; TRIGON
nd Charles M. Rodgers, David M. Bushouse, '63; Philip J.
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Deegan, '63E; David E. Hoekenga, '64E;
Robert A. Boylan, '64; Gary C. Brown, John T. Tielking, '62E.
64; Joseph J. Bucki, '63E; Frank D. ZETA BETA TAU
Clappison, '63Ed; Ralph A. Gesler, '63; LryBrdr,'4 ahwChn
)ouglas A. Glowe, '~64; RcadL o-'4 Jim B. Fadim, '64; Robert L. Flaz-
1g, '63Ed; Richard A. Law, '64", Ray-ma, '4 ayS uo,'4 afH
,ond J. Levandowski, '64E; George Haans, '64; r Thomas BGtw . Halperin, '64; f Har'-
Wt. Measel, '64; William J. Michalovitz, vey L. Kaplan, '65Ph; Ronald L. Kramer,
'64; Gary C. Mouw, '64; Joseph R. O' '65E; Stephen A. Linker, '64; John H.
Donnell, '63; Lawrence F. Ratterman, Pollock, '64; Howard A. Rosenbaum,
'64; Douglas L. Roeser, '64; Dennis J. '64; Jerald J. Shapiro, '64; Mervin Stan-
Spalla, '63; John L. Spolvar, '63; James ley, '64E; Donald S, Slutzky, '64; Arden
R. Steckle, '64; and John E. Baldwin, H. Wander, '64; William G, Warman,
'63. 1,6E.
SIGMA ALPHA MU ZETA PSI
Robert M. Abramson. '64; Daniel James E. Armstrong, '64E; Thomas E.
Bernstein, '64; Donald J. Fine, '64; Mar- Bailey, 'C E; Curt Cr. Barnes, '83E; Phil-
in R. Goode, '64; Steven R. Kalt, '63; ip R. Beltz, '62E; Charles S. Whipple,V
:artin E. Laker, '64; Leon G. Linder- '6E
nan, '64; Richard W. Mandel, '64; ___________
ames M. Rocklin, '64E; Robert A,
Rosenberg, '4 Michael P. Serow, '64; 'G o p /'o H s
ByonE.Siegel, '64; Thomas E. 511i- G o p To H s
en'6;and Peter A, Winegarden, '64.
SGACHI Jpneerpae
Ralph M. Bahna, '64; John H. Barden, ap n s S e k r
'63; Robert Brookamn, '64E; Donald F.
Brown, 'M4E; Frederick G. Buieser, III, The Congregrational Disciples
'64E; Thomas W. Clark, '63; Richard V. E&R, Guild House will hold a
Dieterle, '63; Forest Evashevski, Jr., '64; coffee-conversation open house
R~alph P. Garrison, '64; Thomas E. Guld-
erg, '64E; David C. Hey, '64E; Robert for Setsugi Otsuka, Chancellor of
Llovel, '64Bd; Thomas E. Mott. '64; Doshisha University of Japan
Frederick W. Rhines, '64; Douglas G.' from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. today. Dis-
3chridt, '64; Terry A. Timnm,'4;
ohn F. Townsend, '64E; .Jim'my64B;, cussion will be on the "Student
Wiley, '64; Thomas R. Williams, '64E; Movement in Japan."

EDUCATION:
Henderson
A ddresses
Seminar
Prof. Algo D. Henderson of the
education school said recently that
education today 'should neglect
neither general liberal schooling
or occupational and technological
training.
Addressing college and univer-
sity administrators from nine for-
eign countries attending the three-
week Seminar on University Ad-
ministration in the United States
which will continue to Nov. 11,
Prof. Henderson advocated both
general and occupational educa-
tion for every college student.
"Citizens in a democratic sod.-
ety, have responsibilities that .far
exceed those of earlier genera-
tion ," he said. "Today a citizen
needs to have a cultural back-
ground that will enable him_ to
make wise choices relating to, the
grew issues of the world."
Prof. Henderson also noted the
need for specialized occupational
education, saying: "I the United
States training for occupation has
long been recognized as a function
of the public school and univer-
sity."

Vulcan Taps.
Engineering
Neophytes

Mighty Vulcan, holding court
in his forge, Mount Atena, sat em-
bittered at Man's misuse of his
beloved fire.
Now came to him his faithful:
followers saying, "Mighty Vulcan,
hear this candidate
lie being an engineer, the only
form of mankind the god 'will
hear, will forthwith be put to the
test, and, having passed the ordeal
and proven his worthiness, will be
admitted.
So came Charles Gessner, 161E,
and Gayle King, '611:.
IOrganization I
Notices
Baha'i Stud, Group, Weekly Meeting,
Oct. 27, 8 p.m., League, Conf. Rm. 1.
Christian soience org., Regular Tes-
timony Meeting, Oct. 27,r 7:30 p.m.,
Lane Hall, Fireside Rm.
Folklore Soc., International Folk Con-
cert, Oct. 27, 8 p.m., Union.
Newman Club, R~ecord Dance-Hal-
loween Party, Oct. 28, 8:30 p.m., 331
Thompson St.
Riding Club, Meeting with Drill Team,
Oct. 27, 6:50 p.m., WAB. Call L. Sonne,
NO 2-3122 for information,.

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