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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 13, 1960

TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 13, 1960

WINNERS NUMBER 246:
Freshman Branstrom Award Winners Announced

STORY OF A RUSHEE:

The Semi-Annual Search

"The William J. Branstrom
prizes have been awarded to 246
freshmen," Asst. Dean Ivan Park-
er, Secretary of Committee on Uni-
versity Scholarships, announced.
This award goes to freshmen
students whose academic per-
formance during their first semes-
ter on campus places them in the
top seven per cent of their class.
Students not -now on campus or
were lacking a three point are
not eligible.
A choice of nineteen books is
offered to winners. The books will
be on display on the first floor of
the Undergraduate Library. Selec-
tions on the cards must be made
not later than 5:00 pm. Wednes-
day,
Carl Sandburg's "Abraham Lin-
coln: The Prairie Years and the
War Years" will be the first prize

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Predictions ..,,

Stephen Toulmin, Visiting Pro-
fessor at Columbia University; will
lecture on "Prediction and Ex-
planation" at 4 p.m. tomorrow,
In Aud. C, Angell Hall,
* * *
Economics...
Shinichi Ichimura, Professor of
Economics at Osaka University,
Japan, and Visiting Professor of
Economics at Johns Hopkins Uni-
versity, will speak on the "Cul-
tural Framework of Japanese Eco-
nomic Development" at 8 p.m.
tomorrow.
The lecture will be in the West
Conference Room of the Rackham
Bldg.
* * *
Public Health .. .
Dr. Herbert E. Stokinger, Chief,
Toxicologic Services, Public Health
Service, United States Departmentk
of Health, Education and Welfare,
Cincinnati, Ohio, will speak at
4 p.m. tomorrow in the public
health school auditorium. His
topic will be "Community Air Pol-
lution."
* S* .
Music ...
The music school will sponsor a
lecture on "The Performance of.
Medieval Music as Revealed by
the Fine Arts," at 4:15 p.m. to-
morrow in Rackham Amphithea-
ter. Gilbert Reaney will be the
speaker. *
* * *
Poetry . .
Michel Butor, considered "per-
haps the most gifted of the young
French novelists," will give a lec-
ture on "Roman et Poesie" at 4:10
p.m. Monday in Aud. B, Angell
Hall.
Butor's novels have met with
critical acclaim.
* * *
Ind.. .
"India's foreign policy" will be
the topic of a panel discussion
sponsored by the India Studentsf
Union at 3 p.m. in the Union
Conference Room.
Professors Robert Crane of the
history department, Richard Park
of the political science depart-
ment and Siba. Sen of the history
department will speak.

book presented to those who do
not indicate a choice.
The book will bear a University
Seal in gold and having an ap-
propriate bookplate. They will be
presented at a special convocation
at 2 p.m. May 13 in the Union
Ballroom.
Following is a list of the stu-
dents who will receive the awards,
listed by schools and colleges:
College of Architecture and Design
Harriet S. Katcher, Judeth G.
Van Hamm, Ruth Ellen Weisberg,
Joan V. Smith, Elizabeth C. Free-
man, Sharon E. Smith, Gretchen
A. Jones, Susan G. Leonard, Wil-
liam A. Foster and Elizabeth C.
Mosier.
School of Education
Diane L. Timme and Barbara D.
Thornley.
College of Engineering
Karl Mueller, Walter Widmayer
Jr., William J. Beyermann, Charles
W. Haley, Cyril Barnert, Robert
W. Sloane, Richard J. Girvin,
David M. LeVine, John L. Mc-
Connell, William J. Burchfield,
Franklin C. Harter.
Robert C. Ruhl, George Nie-
kraszewicz, James G. Haidt, Mi-
chael A. Sarche, Max E. Bowen,
Paul J. Brownson, Gerald E. Ben-
nington, John W. Heyt, Robert C.
MacDonald, Woodard A. Nietham-
mer, Wayne D. Warren, William
E. Boyd, David J. Broad, Daniel
L. Brors.
William G. Rado, Douglas K.
Waineo, Michael B. Wilson, Rich-
ard E. Adams, Lanny D. Younger,
Franklin J. Werner, John F. Emer-
son, David E. Hartsig, Peter W.
Scullard, Edwin D. Shippey, David
L. Randall, Thomas A. McKenzie,
Robert H. Lurie.
Lew A. Kidder, Ralph M. Daniel-
son, John P. Junge, George J.
Kausler, Harry Lenox, Fred K.
Dibbert, Raymond Golden, Hall-
yard R. Hartson, Hale Huber,
Larry M. McMillin, Michael A.
Chellman and John E. Erickson.
Literature, Science and the Arts
Jordan D. Luttrell, Linda J. Not-
man, Lenore B. Oseff, Michael A.
Pollack, Elizabeth A. Price, Mi-
chelle J. Robar, David L. Smith,
David R. Walters, Mary Jane West,
David Whitehorn, Warren Wickel-
gren, James A. Mason, Thomas
Sumner, Gal S. August.
Richard F. Baske, Madelaine A.
Bates, Mary K. Beamer, Wolf D.
Blatter, Marilynn S. Brodsky, Cyn-
tia Brooks, Barbara J. Burch,
Martha G. Cheever, Mary C. Corey,
Mark E. Erenburg, Robert J.
Greene, Margret J. Hammersley,
Charles M. Harrison, Alice R.
Houk, Michael A. Kass, Madelon
J. Klunover, Michael E. Lewis,
Lawrence Libit, Margery D. Lin-
dauer.
Randall H. Lowe, Richard E.
Miller, David J. Murrell, Arthur
W. Quafe, Linda F. Rosenburg,
Alan D. Samuels, Robert S. Wal-
ters, Malvin J. Warwick, Frank J.
Wordick, Bruce Vanderporten,
Eleanor Wichman, John M. Buck,
David M. Courtis, George Quick,
Erwin Adler, Risa I. Axelrod, Iris
E. Belkin, Linda J. Benn, Ronna
D. Bergman.
Jay E. Berkelhamer, Antoinette
Bilotti, Thomas A. Brown, Harvey
N. Chapin, Judith F. Cohen, Er-
nest Coleman, Thomas H. Crary,
Steven C. Engle, Betty B. Erman,
Louis A. Feldman, Lynn L. Fisher,
Helen P. Foust, Sander Lehrer,
Linda J. Linden, Laury I. Lipman,
Thomas H. Lipton, Alan David
Magid, Richard M. Magidoff.

Frank F. Schambach, Natalie
J. Robinson, Nora S. Plesofsky,
Howard N. ' Plotskin, Mary L.
Schmidt, Barry M. Sherman, Sher-
man J. Silber, Susan M. Smith,
Carol Sommer, Joanne B. Steiner,
Lists Books
The following is a list of
boos from which the freshman
winners may choose their
awards:
Bartholomew, John: The Co-
lumbus Atlas: or Regional Atlas
of the World
Bartlett, John, compiler: Fa-
miliar Quotations
Berenson, Bernard: The Ital-
ian Painters of the Renaissance
Courant, Richard: What is
Mathematics? An Elementary
Approach to Ideas and Methods
Dostoevski, Fiodor: Crime and
Punishment
Eddington, Sir A. S.: The
Nature of the Physical World
Einstein, Albert and Infeld,
Albert: The Evolution of Phys-
ics, the Growth of Ideas from
Early Concepts to Relativity
and Quanta
Eliot, Thomas Stearns: The
Complete Poems and Plays
1909-1950
Faulkner, William: The Col-
lected Stories
Gassner, John: Treasury of
the Theatre
Giedion, Siegfied: Space,
Time and Architecture: the
Growth of a New Tradition
Gombrich, Ernst: Story of Art
Grout, Donald: A Short His-
tory of Opera
Oates, Whitney J. and O'Neill,
Eugene, Jr.: The Complete
Greek Drama
Sandburg, Carl: Abraham
Lincoln, the Prairie Years and
the War Years
Santayana, George: Life of
Reason
Tolstoi, Leo: War and Peace,
translated by Louise and Ayl-
mer Maude, with a foreword by
Clifton Fadiman
Toynbee, Arnold J.: A Study
of History: Abridgement of
Volumes I-VI by D. A. Somer-
vell
Untermeyer, Louis, ed.: Mod-
ern American Poetry, Modern
British Poetry

Gail M. Stevens, Carin L. Stofko.
Thomas E. Stolper, Beatrice R.
Teodoro, Sylvia B. Tiersten, Mari-
ann Ulrich, Loren J. Wolsh, Harvey
J. Matlof, Andrew H. Rudolph,
Michael R. Meck, Barbara A.
Mode, William Osner, Penelope O.
Patton, Kelsey C. Peterson, Vic-
tor G. Wexler.
Elinor J. Winn, Robert W. Wy-
man, Gerald W. Edson, Robert
L. Farrell, Barbara A. Gans, Ste-
phen D. O'Harrow, Frances L.
Cohen, Stephen A. Greenberg,
Darlene E. Helmich, Frederick A.
Herbert, Richard A. Kruse, Mil-
ton E. Lorber, Carol G. Schwartz
and Jerome I. Starr.
Joy M. Olson, Marsha A. Fran-
kel, Margaret Karp, Linda C.
Knight, Lynne S. Belof sky, J.
Roger Chatterton, James U. Col-
lins, William G. Gallogly, Miriam
Gruber, David E. Kartalia, John
M. Markley, Kathleen M. Mucha,
Judith Oppenheim, Gertrude M.
Proefke, Harvey L. Ruben, Bruce
A. Schneider, Jeffrey F. Ghent,
Marian J. Greenberg, Aaron D.
Grossman.
Marilyn K. Grossman, Patricia
A. Haffman, Jeffrey L. Karasick,
Judith G. Katz, Judith E. Kliston,
Ronald J. Krone, Merle R. Beghtel,
Richard A. Finley, Judith E. Galla-
tin, Gerald T. Gardner, Lewis J.
Kleinsmith, Jerold D. Lax, Norman
Leaf, Jerome N. Wienstein, Jeanne
-P. Schott.
Jack T. Stern, Robert H. Krem-
ers, Ronald L. Goldman, Sandra
K. Charlebois, John A. Scott, Rich-
ard M. Haugh, Errol D. Schubot,
Arnold E. Taub, Linda G. Golden,
Eugenie D. Goodman and Robert
D. Rosman.
School of Music
Jo Deabler, Gabriel Villasurda,
Anita M. Fecht, Georgia M. Grif-
fith, Kathryn L. Irons, Richard F.
Verdi and Michael A. Lang.
School of Natural Resources
Richard C. Crickmer and Robert
L. Winer.
School of Nursing
Karen J. Olsen, Marjorie L.
Negele, Norma J. Wikler, Carla
R. Everette, Frances M. Allenza,
Anne K. Hoover, Cynthia M. Price,
Rita M. Trager, Alison K. Wil-
liams, Mary Ellen Good, Jamice E.
Barnes, Barbara M. Drusendahl,
Linda M. Grove, Janet M. Jenkins,
Ellen A. Lawson, Janet C. Leutz
and Barbara A. Paul.
School of Pharmacy
Barbara A. Ciborowski, Patricia
M. Boyle, Alex E. Finkbeiner and
Mary L. Brenister.

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A NEW ARRIVAL-William Hull, '63, first comes to Zeta Psi during open rush (left), and is met at the door by one of the actives. In
a rotating conversation (right), Bill gets a chance to meet most of the members and talk to them for a few minutes. Actives move in
and out of the group, and Bill finds himself answering the usual questions about his interests and activities. He wants to learn more
about the house, and decides to return again to talk to the members more informally.

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