_ __ ____ THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, MARC
± oftb20_Freshmen Ple y 3ternit
H 8, 1932
John T. Gamon, Delta Alpha(
Epsilon; Robert E. Garber, TauI
Delta Phi; John C. Garrels, Theta]
Delta Chi; John A. Gast, Alpha!
Chi Sigma; Philip it. Geier, Alpha
Delta Phi; Edward A. Gens, Herm-
itage; Richard II. Gerkensmeyer,j
Theta Xi; John V. Gibney, Deltal
Tau Del a; Joseph S. Gibson, Theta'
Delta Chi; Carlton G. Gilbert, Phi
Sigma K_ appa; Neil J. Gillies, Sigma
Chi; William 1. Goetz, Sigma Nu;
Carl E. God. Tat ,Delta Phi; Earle1
E. Goodier, Delta Upsilon; Harold
L. Gordon, Phi Kappa; CharlesI
Greening, Delta Kappa Epsilon;
Harold M. Gross, Zeta Beta Tau.
Martin Newcomer, Phi Delta Theta;
Donald T. Nichols, Chi Psi; William
Herbert L. Nigg, Chi Phi; Robert A.
Nilsen, Alpha Delta Phi; Edward H.,
Olsaver, Phi Kappa Psi; Gordon
Cut Announced to
A. Osterberg, Beta Sigma Psi; Al- facuitye bes
fred L. Otis, Psi Upsilon; William
G. Paine, Alpha Kappa Lambda;
James B. Pantlind, Alpha Delta MADISON, Wis.,SMrc 7-An-
Phi; Arthur C. Park, Phi Sigma nouncement of a voluntary budget
Kappa; James D. Parker, Chi Psi; slash of $408,009 by Pres. Glenn'
Lloyd D. Parr, Trigon; Bruce E. Frank of the University of Wiscon-
Peasley, Beta Theta Pi; Alfred l%. sin and his attendant plan for a
Plummer, Phi Gamma Delta; Don more economical running of the
A. Pomeroy, Phi Delta Theta; university brought protests from
Marvin Preston, Phi Delta Theta. university instructors and mem-
Frederick Rauscher, Phi Kappa; bers of the state emergency board
Clarence L. Raynor, Alpha Chi Sig- alike The instructors fear cut in
ma; Russell B. Read, Sigma Chi; personnel, and the board thinks a
Gordon H. Rediner, Psi Upsilon; larger budget slash can be made.
Edwin Rosenthal, Zeta Beta Tau; Instructional staffs will be sharp-
Colefnan Ross, Alpha Delta Phi; j ly cut, new teaching policies intro-
Robert F. Rouse, Beta ' Theta Pi; duced, and a severe retrenchment
Donald J. Russell, Phi Mu MApha; policy invoked to bring about this
Robert S. Ruwitch, Zeta Beta Tau; cost curtailment, the president de-
Valentine R. Saph, Delta Upsilon; clared.
Clark G. Schell, Alpha Tau Omega;
.Roycr G. Sebh inwam, Siga. Phi
Epsilon; Reed B. Scott, Sigmna Al- VflhI
pha Epsilon; John Morrell Secord,
Sigma Chi; Sol Televan, Tau Delta
Phi; James H. Sepul, Alpha Chii -T 0
Sigma; Lee C. Shaw, PVii DeltaW
Theta; George E. Sheldrictk, Kappa
Sigma; Charles Shelly, Alpha Delta
Phi; William G. Shephard, Theta (Continued From Page 1)
porters and remain in that capac-
Thomas R. Shoupe, Delta . Tau ity until next year when the night
Theta Pi; Tiuman C. Smith, Kappa editors are appointed from the
Delta Rho; Walter J. Smith, Phi group. After serving in that capa-
Delta Theta; Frederick M. Smoot, city for a year the senior staff
Sigma Phi; Louis IV. Staudt, Phi members are selected. Sports men
Gamma Delta; Kimball Stearns, will also serve as tryouts and be-
Zeta Psi; Jack R. Stein, Kappa Sig- sides doing rudimentary work on
ma; Alfred M. Sterling, Delta their staff will also work on the
Kappa Epsilon; Gale O. Sterling, night desk at various times. Inj
Phi Sigma Kappa; Harlow 1.) Stev- may they are assigned to different
ens, Phi Kappa Psi; Varnard M. athletics and during the year spec-
Stilson, Phi Kappa Tau; Gordon 1I. ialize in some form of sports.
Stow, Alpha Kappa Lambda; Jo- After two years, the sports editor
seph Z. Sudow, Pi Lambda Phi; is appointed from the group and in
Chase R. Teaboldt, Triangle; Jack this capacity will cover all football
Teitlebaum, Tau Delta Phi; Ralph games, basketball games and im-
B. Thomas, Psi Upsilon; Charles F. portant meets both here and in
Thomas, Theta Kappa Nu; Roger other cities.
L. Thompson, Theta Delta Chi; Those who will report for work
Fred S. Threefoot, Zeta Beta Tau; on the Gargoyle business staff will
Herman A. Timpf, Beta Sigma Psi; receive immediate instruction in
Sam M. Tramontana, Phi Kappa; the business end of the publication
Arthur L. Traphagen, Chi Phi; by working on: the issue which
Vernon C. Tree, Chi Psi. comes out Thursday. Until next
HOPOO COTS Municipal Court Fails
of Approval in Election
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failing by 330 ballots. The judge-
B ship therefore failed to carry and
Students T a k i n g Journalism Payne's victory is meaningless.
C toBe Al dthe sole woman candidate for
Courses to )3eAllowed alderman, Miss Florence Pollock,
to Compete. who ran for the Republican nom-
____ ination against Leigh J. Young in
An extension of the requirements the seventh ward, was defeated by
for candidacy for the Avery and 17 votes. Miss Pollock had 400
Jule Hopwood awards was carried votes against 417 for Young.
t A close race developed for the
through the last meeting of the Republican nomination for alder-
committee on the contest. As the man in the third ward. Leigh
rule now stands, not only those Thomas won with 127, against 125
students enrolled in a composition for William S. Heusel and 121 for
course in the department of Eng- Fred J. Williams. In the same
lish language and literature, but ward Marion L. Pratt won the
also those regularly enrolled in a Democratic nomination for alder-
composition course in the depart- man against Carl W. Boehnke, 99
ment of Journalism are eligible to to 78.
compete for the prizes. In the only other contested al-
This extension will permit more dermanic nomination, W illi a m
than 300 more students to enter the Kurth defeated Louis Hackbarth in
contest, it is estimated. Prof. John the second ward Democratic race,
L. Brumm, head of the Journalism 219 votes to 72. There were con-
department, is cofindent that the , tested elections for the Republican
extension of requirements will re- nomination for supervisor in the
sult in more interest in the con- fifth ward, where August W. Dor-
test. ow with 65 votes defeated Charles
At the same meeting of the main W. Schlemmer, with 60; and for
Hopwood committee the committee Democratic nomination for con-
in charge of the freshman contest stable in the fourth, where Edward
held last semester, was reappoint- 'Neal topped Bert Jackson, 90 votes
ed to undertake a similar contest to 56.
Two resolutions were submitted
by Prof. Howard M. Jones, and
passed by the committee. The first
of these provides that the contest-
ant who wins a Hopwood prize shall
pledge himself to indicate in a
footnote, or otherwise, in case of
the publication of the winning
work or any major part of it, that
the article was awarded one of the
Avery and Jule Hopwood prizes for
The second resolution provides
that each winning contestant sub-
mit to the Hopwood committee,
within one month of the an-
Melvin E. Ullrich, Sigma Nti;
Robert VanderKloot, Phi Kappa
Psi; George B. VanYleck, Theta
Delta Chi; James P. Wallace, Sigma
Chi; Robert S. Ward, Theta Delta
Chi; William J. Warner, Trigon;
Thomas M. Warren, Delta Kappa
Epsilon; Howard Weinstein, Pi
Lambda Phi; Basil F. Weiss, Tau
Epsilon Phi; Ned W. Welch, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon; Herman C. Wend-
land, Theta Delta Chi; Guy M.
Whipple, Phi Sigma Kappa; Enoch
T. White, Alpha Delta Phi; Fred-
erick W. White, Phi Mu Alpha;
Joseph L. Whitmer, Theta Chi;
Arthur J. Widmer, Alpha Chi Sig-
ma; John L. Wierengo, Alpha Delta
Phi; David A. Wigodsky, Tau Delta
Phi; George Al. Wolfe, Phi Kappa
Sigma; Robert E. Wolfe, Phi Kappa
Psi; Robert L. Zapp, Theta Chi;
David Zimmerman, Alpha Delta
Owen Crumpacker, Alpha Deltal
Phi; Robinson M. Gilmore, Phil
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