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April 10, 1931 - Image 2

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IDAY, APRIL 10, 1931 - 1

KTHF ~MTCHICAN DAILY FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1931' ~

WIISELOGLE TA9KESY
CHEMISTRY AWR
American Chemical Society Will
Offer Winners Memberships
in Next Contest.
Frederick Y. Wiselogle, '32, has
been awarded the $50 scholarship
in chemistry and chemical engi-
neering of Phi Lambda Upsilon,
honorary chemical fraternity. Wise-
logle has had a consistently high
record in the University, and was
an all-A student last semester.
This is the last year in which the
award will take the form of a
scholarship. In the future three
student memberships in the Amer-
ican Chemical society will be given.
Sixteen seniors and graduates
were initiated into the society this
semester. They are Norman A.
Baker, '31E, Herman C. Fogg, M. S.,
William G. Frederick, B. S., Chester
M. Gooding, A. B., George B. Hatch,
A. M., Donald L. Katz, 'SIE, Alvin
H. Knoll, A. B., Erwin F. Linhorst,
B. S., A. M., Cornelius E. Lutz, '31E,
John F. Middleton, B. S., Henry A.
Pullen, '31P, Richard W. Stenzel,
1 M. S., Robert D. Thompson, '31E,,
a Wayne J. Watkins, '31P, Charles E.
Whitney, M. S., and Robert L.
Yanke, A. B.
The longest dog race held at Mi-
ami this season was over a 692-yard
course.

ANN ARBOR NEWS-BRIEFS

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Two Trafic Accidents
Occur Wednesday

Garshe was going north on S. State
street when the accident accurred,
No injuries were reported.

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ANNOUNCING
FI"RAN". BISHOP

of Detroit
Noted American Pianist

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Two traffic ccidents occurred on Game Law Violators
Wednesday' evening, according to Arrested, Convicte
police records. Aretd ovce
Cars driven by Arthur Crawford.
6230 W. Fort street, Detroit, and Three arrests and convictions un-
E. W. Rutledge, of Dallas, Tex., col- der the state game laws have been
lided at the intersection of Dexter made in Washtenaw county during
and Grand View avenues, as Rut- the last month, for failure to report
ledge was making a left turn from furs, in two cases, and for a faIso
Dexter avenue to Grand View ave- statement made in making out, o_
nue, and Crawford was driving east application for a hunting license in
on Dexter. Miss Luela AyotL., 1060 another.
Crawford street, Detroit, who was Reuben Feldkamp, 1512 Shadford
riding with Crawford, suffered a road, was the only Ann Arbor resi-
broken nose in the crash. She was dent involved. Feldkamp was fined
treated at St. Joseph's Mercy hos- $19.50 for failing to report the
pital. shooting of game to the cou. .
Colliding at the intersection of E. game warden.
Washington and S. State streets, a During the month of February
car driven by Norman Ottmar, 2103 there were 142 convictions for yio-
Devonshire road, and one driven by lations of the game laws in the
August Garshe, of Kalamazoo, were state as a whole. Fines imposed for
both damaged. Ottmar was driving these violations amounted to more
west on E. Washington street, and than $3,000.

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from the Passion Play of 1930"
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