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EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1961

EIGHT THE MICHIGAN IbAHY THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1961

raternities Attract 375 Pledges in Fall Rush

Interfraternity Council yester-
day announced the list of frater-
nity pledges for the fall rush. The
total number of pledges is 375,
down from last year's total of 439.
ACACIA
(Michael O. Carr, '65; Dennis E. Dris-
cool, '63E; Richard A. Kruse, '638M;
Patrick Pierson, '64; David A. Nelson,
'64, and Martin Z. Rivlin, '64.
ALPHA DELTA PHI
Thomas R. Barstow,, '65; Mark M.
Greer, '65; Robert E: Hilton, '65; Wil-
liam A. Knapp, '65; Thomas E. Phelps,
'65; Jerry M. Traver, '64; and Jonathon
R. White, '65.
ALPHA EPSILON PHI,
Alan S. Adelstein, '65; Ronald M.
Cohen, -'65; Allan E. Fisch, '65; Rich-
ard D. treene,.'65; Maurice Klapfish,
'65; Peter M. Messer, '65; Lee A. Pearl-
mutter, '66A&D; Ian E. Portnoy, '65; and
David A. Vaprin, '65. Open rush: Bruce
Colton, '64.
ALPHA KAPPA'
LAMBDA
Archie A. Sader, '64.
ALPHA SIGMA PHI
Paul L. Aronsohn, '64, and Stuart L.
Brodsky, '63.
ALPHA TAU OMEGA
Donald G. Barber, '65; Paul T. Ben-
netts, '65; Jared P. Buckley,.'65E; Thom-
as J. Demetriou, '63; Crossan W. Hays,
'65; Richard W. Huffman, '65E; James
T. Jones, '65; Douglas A. Kilby, '64;
Jack D. McCarthy, '65; Michael J. Mer-
rill, '65; William E. Taylor, '65E; Jerome
P. Waiter, '64;'and John S. Winder, Jr.,
'65.
BETA THETA PI
David C. Addison, '65; Thomas G.
Ayers, Jr., '65; Robert E. Billings, '65;
Lawrence W. Boschert, '64; James B.
Douglas, Jr., '65; Darwin D. Dudley,
'65; William P. Duell, '65E; Lionel J.
Gottschalk, III, '65; Budd L. Hall, '65;
David. M. Hartsook, '64; David B. Jack-
son, '65; Jonathon P. Laun, '65; Tim-
othy K. Lyons, '65; Eugene W. May,
'65; David- T. Miller, '65; Richard H.

Morse, '65; John S. Mueller, '63BAd;
Ronald W. Periard, '65E; Frederick B.
Sanders, Jr., '65Ed; and William A.
Shaheen, Jr., '65.
CHI PHI
James H. Bursick,'65; Scott B. Crooks,
'65; Allen D. Davies, '64; Curt A. Har-
tog, '64; Leo A. Legatski, '65E; Delbert
L. Law, '64E; Andrew M. McComb,
'65E; Thomas E. MacDonald, '64E, and
Richard A. Streb, '61.
CHI PSI
William M. Burns, '65; John C. Dohn,
'65; John W. Fischer, '65; Elwyn S.
Steurnol, '65; and James A. Swan, '65.
DELTA CHI
Timothy J. Curtin, '64; and James P.
House, '65E.
DELTA KAPPA
EPSILON
James Bearinger, '65; Thomas W.
Doerr, '63; Richard C. Johnson, '65E;
Allen P. McKee, '64; and Perry Rogers,
'65.
DELTA SIGMA PHI
John E. Beall, '65E; Frederick T. Gil-
son, '64E; James D. Holdeman, '65E;
Harvey H. Hollen, '64; Marvin A. Thiem,
'65E; Irwin R. Wolfe, '63BAd; Michael
T. Wood, '65E; and William A. Wood,
'65E.
DELTA TAU DELTA
Michael D. Alessandro, '65; Frederick
T. Berhenke, '65; James C. .Briegel, '65;
Henry W. Buick, '65; Robert A. Buter,
'65; Calvert D. Crary, '65; Richard G.
Hildreth, '65; Ronald J. Jakubiak, '63;
Robert C. Kitchen, '66A&D; Paul J.
Landry, '65; Robert T. Lowe, '64; James
C. Litzke, '64; William A. Meyers, '63
BAd; William H. Slowkowski, '65; Den-
nis A. Smallwood,.'64; James A. Stamos,
'63E; and Edward C. Stanton, '65.
DELTA UPSILON
Edward J. Berger, '64; Robert S.
Burns, '65; Richard' S. Butterfield, '63;
Hugh A. Cameron; '63E; James L.
Chambers, '65E; Michael H. Conlin, '65;
Stephen H. Grabow, '64A&D; John L.
Hayes,.'65; Paul M. Holmberg, '65; John
J.. Iseman, '65; John E. Markiesicz, Wil-

l1am B. Raymer, '64; Stephen B. Richey,
'64; and Harold L. Schlorff, '65.
KAPPA SIGMA
Richard R. Arnold, '65; Reuben G.
Bebe, '65A&D; Michael L. Evans, '63;
Henry E. Fauquier, '64; Pete' D. Fell,
'65; Brian M. Flood, '65; Thomas F.
Kelsey, '64; Richard C. Marsh, '65; Her-
man K. Miller, '62B; and Klaus O.
Winkelmann, '64E.
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
John A. Eisele, '65E; Robert B. Heaps,
'65; Warren W. Huss, '65; Michael F.
Merritt, '63; John R. Moorhead, '63E;
David J. Newton, '65; Michael R. Pal-
misano, '64Ed; Edward A. Petrick, '65E;
William D. Prakken, '64; Richard J.
Semeier, 65; and Robert M. Tobias,
'65.
PHI EPSILON PI
Neil H. Berkson, 65; Lawrence Dubin,
'64; Michael J. Gaines, '65; Bernard
G. Levenberg, '65; James L. Reinglass,
'65; Jules Schulman, '65; Sheldon
Scpreiberg, '64; Mark Spiegel, '65; and
Andrew Whyman '64.
PHI DELTA THETA
Merton P. Baker, '65E; Frederick W.
Bentley, '64E; George H. Harris, '64;
Thomas M. Jones, '64; Dennis F. Mc-
Intyre, '64 Kenneth R. Norgan, '65;
Patrick W. O'Neil, '65; and David M.
Scott, '64.
PHI GAMMA DELTA
William H. Clarke, '65; Thomas R.
Eamer, '65; Gary D. Greenway, '65; Ed-
ward F. Langs, '62; James B. Lovett,
'65; David O. Lundin, '64; John C.
Pahl, '65; John C. Thom, '65; Charles
E. Thomas, '65; William J. Vandenbelt,
'65; and Charles L. Wildman, '65.
PHI KAPPA PSI
George F. Aspbury, '6; Gary A. Cher-
nay, '65; Robert W. Cooper, '64; Charles
S. Foster, '65; Richard A. Edwards, '65E;
Richard A. Johnson, '65; James A. Just,
'65: Peter M. Luzi, '64; William R.
Olmstead, '65; James M. O'Reilly, '64;
Jack W. Quanan, '65E; Arnold Sim-
kus, '65E; John '. Sinkus, '64; and
John A. Tichy, '65.
PHI KAPPA SIGMA
Brian K. Johnson, '65E; and John
C. Wangaard, '65E.
PHI SIGMA DELTA
Richard M. Gilbert, '64; James F.
Grossman, '65; Melvin Herwald, '65; Ju-
lius Kahn, '66A&D; Frank Lonberg, '65E;
John M. Stein, '65; and Barry Weber,
'65.
PHI SIGMA KAPPA
Richard H. Barchi,'64E; John H. Hill,
'64; Warren F. Kitzmiller, '65N; Peter
J. Luce, '64E; and Frank A. Novak, '65.
Open rush: Peter J. Graef, '64E; and
Thomas Helmreich, '64.
PI LAMBDA PHI
Lee H. Bergman, '65E; David M. Ber-
man, '65; Stephen L. Cohen, '65E; Wil-
liam A. David, '65; Stephen M. Grand,
'65E; Michael Hyman, '65; Michael Mat-
lof, '65; Lee G. Redstone, '66A&D; Ron-
ald K. Schatten, '65E; Arvin Smith, '65;
Edward S. Walter, '64E; and Alan Yaffe,
'64.
PSI UPSILON
James H. Baker, '65; William A. Braun
11, '65E; Stephen G. Deam, '65E; Peter
J DeVries, '63BAd; Peter S. Fairman,
'65; Paul A. Kelly, '65; Robert H. Oi-
son, '64; Robert Roberts, Jr., '65; Charles
D. Schewe, '64; Don A. Schroeder, '64;
Thomas P. Verner, '65; David N. Viger,
'65; Franklin M. Walker, '65E; and
Michael M. Wenner, '65.
SIGMA ALPHA
EPSILON
Charles ; Adams, '65; John Hamilton,
'65; James Kwasny, '63; William Las-
key, '65; Robert Lewis, '63; Jeff Long-
streth, '64; Robert Matthias, '64; Ken-
neth MCatchey. "-'64; Gregory Slay-
baugh, '64; and Marc Yahn '65.
SIGMA PHI
James A. Collins, '64E; Peter W. Gay,
'64E; Richard T. Haley; '65; Edward F.
Jesse, '65; Edward E. Mack, 65E; George
A.- Smith, '65E;and Charles D. Wil-
liams, Jr., '65E.
SIGMA PHI EPSILON
Ronald H. Boyce, '65; David L. Doze-
man, '65; Eric A. Delzer, '64;, David A.
Doty, '64; Laurence T. Herman, '63BAd;
William T. Kiger, '65; William R. Ko-
tila, '65; James J. Larkin, '65; Philip'
T. Lincoln, '64; John D. MacArthur,
'64; Thomas D. Pyper, '64; James E.

lath, '65E; Hugh H. Holland, '65; Hal
Miller, '65E; Michael H. Tomlin, '65;
Roger W. Walker; '65; David W. Martin,
'64E; Stephen H. Winchell, '63.
TAU KAPPA EPSILON
Robert L. Bond, '65E; Howard A.
Burkat, '64; Donald A. Conover, '65E;
Demetrios J. Govostes, '65E; Gregory
D. Heard, '65E; Allan Lee, '64E; Lloyd
E. MacAskill, '65; John J. Mackinnon,
'65; Ian W. McLean, '65; Joseph C.
Nelson, '65; and Jeffery W. Shopoff,
'65.
THETA CHI
Richard C. Bivens, '65; Gregory E.
Bush, '64; William F. Devereaux, '65;
James E. Dickson, '65; Robert P. Gam-
ble, '65E; William M. Hopp, '64;' Bruce
A. Moore, '64E; John R. Jurras, '64E;
Jerry D. Luedders, '65SM; Stanley L.
Redding, '65; and Robert Sims, '64.

PLEDGING-Following the first excitement of pledging, the
new fraternity members learn there are duties involved in fra-
ternity life.

THETA DELTA CHI
David C. Birch, '64; Timthy A. Bur-
ton, '65; Clifton F. Ferguson, '65; Rich-
ard F. Green, '65; Dean A. Guinn, '65
A&D; John S. Karts, '64; Richard L.
Maender, '65E; Norman A. Meeks, '64;
Robert P. Scotten, '65E; Albert G.
Snedden, '65; and Harry E. Youtt, III,
'64.
THETA XI
David L. Almerigi, '64E; Joel T. Dean,
'65; Donald F. Coros, '65; Edward. M.
Duiven, '64E: Paul E. Glendon, '65:
Michael L. Kelley, '66; Edward H. Ly-
stra, '65: David J. Matgzik, '64: James
W. Thomson, '63; and William Weg-
rzynowicz, '63E.

Rhines, '65; Paul W. Trimmer, '64; Da-
vid K. Wallace, '63; Robert J. Cantrell,
'64Ed; and Robert J. Bader, '64.
TAU DELTA PHI
Howard Berland, '65; Steven D. Coff-
man, '65; Robert S. Cohen, '65; David
L. Fainberg, '65; Jerome S. Golden, '65;
Gary S. Gutterman, '65; William Liss-
ner, '65; Robert S. Neff, '65E; Daniel
M. Wilvpr, '65; and Charles A. Smiley,
Jr., '64E.
TAU EPSILON PHI
Robert C. Blumberg, '65; Richard J.
Colman, '65; Laurence F. Gaynor, '65;
Randall M. Hori, '64; Ronald J. Ru-
dolph, '65; and Saul D. Schultz, '65.
SIGMA ALPHA MU
Lawrence A. Baskin, '65; Richard P.
Berg, '65; Peter A. Betcher, '65; Jack
B. Champagne, '65; Mervin Cherrin, '65;

Stewart Epstein, '65; Kenneth Finney,
'65; Simon Fruchter, '64; Jerome Kasle,
'65; Daniel H. Moss, '65; Mark A. Rose-
man, '65; Philip Shapiro, '65.
SIGMA CHI
Peter N. Adams, '65; Gerald D. Berg-
moser, '65; Don F. Carlson, '65; Thomas
D. Chatterton, '65; James P. Conley,
'65; Frederick R. Cunningham, '65; Fred
F. Damn, '64; William A. Dodd, '64Ed;
Eric P. Dollenberg, '65; Dallas C. Dort,
'65; Stephen D. Diltz, '65; Gary L. Er-
win, '65Ed; Daniel C. Hughes, '65; David
A. Kovacevich, '65; Fred Lambert, '65E;
Robert C. Leadbetter, '65; Wayne H.
Miller, '65Ed; Robert C. Plerrot. '65;
Travis M. Randolph, '65; Harry Rich-
ter, '64; Dennis R. Twining, '64E; Colt
Weatherston, '64A&D; William C. Wood-
son, '63; and John A. Yanz, '64Ed.
SIGMA NU
Robert F. Beck, V6E; Dale J. 'Dor-

TRIGON
David L. Bartley, '65; and
E. Guire, ,'65.

Kenneth

ZETA BETA. TAU
Richard K. Aland, '65; James R. Bron-
ner, '65; Jon S. Davis, '165; Frederich
N. Doner, '65; Kenneth Dresner, '64;
John P Dubinsky, '65; Larry W. Kripke,
'65; Arthur C. Nichols, '65; Richard J.
Prigozen ,'65; Steven P. Ringel, '65;
Robert G. Rogers, '65; Robert J. Shen-
kin, '65; and Bruce M. Tennebaum, '65.
ZETA PSI
James H, Nielsen, '65; Robert T. Se-
gall, '65; and Charles J. Tuesink, '65.
Conditional: Robert D. Hiatt, '64Ed.

Han son Upholds Defense
Of Pharmacy in Hearing

A date to remember ...

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SUBJECT:
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Interviews
for
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DATE:
Nov.: 3

If you're about to receive your' B.S. or M.S. engi-
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By FREDERICK ULEMAN
"The professional status of the
pharmaceutical practice is at stake
in the current antitrust litigation,"
Arthur B. Hanson, co-counsel for
the defense in the criminal anti-
trust indictment brought against
the Northern California Pharma-
ceutical Association, said yester-
day.
Pharmacy Regulation
The proceedings are part of the
government's "attempt to regu-
late pharmacy as it has regulated
business since 1890," he said. Un-
fortunately this attempt has de-
generated into an "apparent poli-
tical struggle," resulting in much
misinformed publicity.
Impetus for the hearings was
generated in Northern California
where medical services are con-
stantly "under the gun because of
high cost." The cost is not ex-
tremely great over the long time

span, but is noticed because it
comes all at once, he explained.
Several Issues
Both the government and the
defendants agree that there are
several main issues. Among them
are the questions of whether or
not the dispensing of prescrip-
tions 'is an interstate commerce
matter and whether or not phar-
macy is a "learned profession" or
the mere retailing of drug prod-
ucts, Hanson noted.
The answers to these questions
will determine the fate of the
pharmaceutical professions, he
said. Emphasizing the professional
aspects and minimizing the busi-
ness parts will be "the salvation
of pharmacy," Hanson warned.
Hanson's lecture, "Antitrust
Looks at the Pharmaceutical In-
dustry," was delivered as part of
the annual "Pharmacy Lectures."

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NORAIR-NORTRONICS
will visit the campus
O0CTOBER 30
to discuss career opportunities In the
Los Angeles area. Visit the Engineering
Placement Office immediately and sign an
appointment sheet.
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