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SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1936

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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Sigma Xi Adds
And Advances
135 Members
(Continued from Page 1)
membership were 26 in number and ine'lid-i
ed the following: in surgery, Dr. V. S. Dick;
in physiology, William Kaufman, A. T.
Miller, Jr. and C. V. Winder; in pharma-
cology, C. A. Moyer and Bishnupada Mu-
kerii; in botany, Helen B. Houghtaling; in
zoology, G. J. Wallace; in geography, H. T.
Straw and L. S. Wilson; and in geology,
E. N. Goddard.
Other graduate students made immediate
full members include: in mathematics, P. S.
Dwyer; in physics, H. W. Knerr, E. J. Kono-
pinski and J. D. Trimmer; in pharmaceu-
tical chemistry, E. Monroe; in chemistry,
E. J. Bird, Charlotte H. Boatner, Edith Ju-
hwa Chu, G. M. Kosolapoff, L. E. Lloyd,
N. F. Miller and G. M. Smith; in electrical
engineering, J. F.Lamb and H. A. Moench;
and in metal processing W. W. Gilbert.
Associate membership was conferred upon
the following graduate students: in zo-
ology, J. R. Bailey, Jr., R. M. Bailey, W.
F. Blair, Sarah F. Castle, Hugh Clark, J.
. Moffett, A. J. Nicholson, L. W. Roth,
Margaret E. Whitney and L. A. Woodbury;
in , botany, L. F. Bailey, R. M. Chatters,
W. E. Manis and James Merry; in anatomy,
C. A. Fox; in psychology, Anita B. Croft, J.
W. Gebhard and Margaret V. Sabon; in
forestry, E. C. Crafts, B. W. Ellerteenand
R. J. Preston; in anthrapology, F. R. Mat-
son, Jr.; in geology, K. W. Dow; in physics,
R. H. Nichols. Jr.
In mathematics, Herbert Fredenheim,
Roy McKay, L. E. Mehlenbacher, J. V.
Wehausen and R. W. Wagner; in chemical
engineering, F. W. Batten, James Crane, E.
A. Delaker, A. C. Good, H. E. Luntz, H.
Z. Martin, D. S. Mellett, J. F. Skelly, E. A.
Sticha, G. W. Stroebe and Utah Tsao; in
chemistry, L. H. Pence; in electrical engi-
neering, P. 0. Cox, J. A. Morton and Hoyt
Servis; in metal processing, C. E. Kraus
and in civil engineering, T. C. Hanson.
Twenty-two undergraduates were alsot
honored by election to associate member-
ship. These were: inmathematics, E. G.
Begle, R. B. Bodine and J. R. Kane; in
electrical engineering, Rupert Bell, J. R.
Davey, H. W. Evans, C. E. Shannon and L.
D.. Smullin; in mechanical engineering,
J. H. Beyer, R. F. Cooper, J. H. De Young,
Nelson Droulard, Robert Moulenbelt, F. J.
Newberg and D. E. Witheridge; in chemical
engineering, R. E. Clark, R. W. Kolderman
and R. R. Warner; in aeronautical engi-
neering, J. H. Sheets; and in engineering
physics, N. E. Dilley, C. V. Parker and F.
T. Worrell.

Couzens Rebuffed As Brucker
Gets Party Backing For Senate
(Continued from Page 1) from being settled The organiza-
he would make a fight on the floor of tion's apparent endorsement of Bruc-
the convention if he was not nomi- ker against Couzens may be entirely
nated for delegate. out of proportion to the relative pop-
An all-night argument with Gov. ular appeal of the two men, and the
Frank D. Fitzgerald, Frank D. Mc- election of Couzens over Brucker in,
Kay of Grand Rapids, party wheel- the September primaries would be,
horse, former Governor Fred W. tantamount to a repudiation of the
Green, and Banking Commissioner entire organization-endorsed slate at
Howard C. Lawrence, chairman of that time. Couzens commands strong
the Republican state central com- voting support, including a good many
mittee, failed to shake him from his Democrats who feel he would be a
intention, and early yesterday morn- ( better Democratic candidate than any,
ing the pressure group gave in to his one they have to offer The conven-
wishes to save the face of party har- tion did not, however, take up the
mony matter of formal endorsement of any
Couzens Ignored candidates.

Specialist in Public Finance, Bureau 412 West Engineering Building at
DAILY OF' TCIAL of the Census, Department of Com- once for your Drawing I, II, and III
merce, Washington, D.C., salary, $5,- Plates:
BUL TLE IN 600; also Detroit Civil Service exam- G. E. Blackwood, R. F. Campbell,
inations for Assistant Civil Engineer F. C. Gustafson, L. M. Halleck, A. L.
(Sanitary Design), Assistant Me- Higbie, A. M. Hilburger, T. A. Hunt,
SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1936 chanical E n g i n e e r (Mechanical Karl B. Kaiser, Robert H. Kwis, R.
VOL. XLVI No. 142 Equipment Design), Assistant Elec- McKinven, Jr., D. M. Ralston, Thom-
Notices trical Engineer (Pumping Plant De- as D. Smith, Jr., S. L. Yu.
Students of the College of Litera- sign), Minimum Induction salary,
ture, Science and the Arts: On Tues- $3600. Palmer Field Tennis Tournament:
day, April 28, there will be an exhibit For further nformation concern- Women's singles, women's doubles
of decorative design, drawing and ing these examinations, call at 201 and mixed doubles are to be arranged.
painting in the Architecture Building Mason Hall, office hours, 9:00 to Students wishing to enter must sign
for students in the College of Litera- 12:00 and 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. on the bulletin board at the Women's
ture, Science and the Arts and others Athletic Building by this noon.
interested in future work in archi- Marsh and Mandlebaum Scholar-
tecture. Those who wish to may con- ships: The following applicants for Academic Notices
sult Prof. Emil Lorch, Director of Marsh and Mandlebaum Scholarships Oriental Languages 106: There will
the College of Architecture, in Room are requested to meet the committee be a make up test at 10 a.m., April
207, Arch. Bldg. at 4:15 p.m. in Room 1220 Angell Hall, on Tues- br akn Au

students and their friends.
leave Harris Hall at 4 p.m.

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day afternoon, April 28, at the times
indicated.

Accordingly, with as little comment
as possible on the matter, Brucker's
name was included in the list of
delegates, which also named Governor
Fitzgerald, Green, and Herbert J.
Rushton of Escanaba, former State
senator. When Brucker made a sur-
prise appearance on the convention
platform after his election, the 1,200
assembled Republican delegates to
the convention rose en masse, cheered,
and gave him thunderous applause.

Delegation Unpiedged
At tho mn a n o e_ ofC _!

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Spring Parley: The Sixth Annual
Spring Parley convenes at Michigan
Union to discuss "Our Tomor-

The entire treatment of Brucker
contrasted sharply with that of Couz-
ens, who was almost completely ig-
nored. A telegram regretting his in-
ability to attend and outlining his
political views for the 1936 campaigns
was booed at a dinner meeting Thurs-
day night by hundreds of Republi-
cans, and met with a dead silence
when mentioned before the conven-
tion.
Candidacy Not Settled
The Question is however, still far

e emp aticWhat Shall We Make Of
ator Arthur H. Vandenberg, the Mich-r -f wenyaken
igan delegation to the National Con- It?" Faculty Panel of twenty chosen
vention will be uninstructed, but a by the student general committee.
resolution was adopted which read: All students are invited to partici-
"We urge upon the Michigan dele- pate. Sections on Saturday:E
gates that they present the name of Our University-Are We Satisfied?
Senator Vandenberg for the presi- Room 302.
dential nomination, but at his em- The Arts-How to Use Them-
phatic request to withhold specific Room 304.
instructions to our delegates and leave Religion and Personal Adjustment.
them free to exercise whatere ulti- Room 305.
mate judgement the situation may The Family-Its Place in Society.
require." Room 306.
Every mention of the junior sen- Our State and Its Economic Sys-
Evey mntin o th juiorsen tern-How to Better Them. Room
ator from Michigan brought loud 318.
applause from the assembled dele- International Relations - How toI
gates. Among the presidential elec- Improve Them. Room 316.
tors for the Republican slate chosen
The University Bureau of Appoint-
by the district caucuses was George ments and Occupational Information
McCallum of Ann Arbor, named by has received announcement of United
the second district caucus. ( States Civil Service examination for+

1:30,
1:50,
2:00,
2:10,
2:20,
2:30,
2:40,
2:50,
3:00,
3:10,
3:20,
3:30,
3:40,
3:50,
4:00,

Bond, F. A.
Cranmore, M.
Dunlap, G. L.
Edgar, E. G.
Gram, H. J.
Grimes, W. V. V.
Hahn, W. A.
Hay, J.
Jensen, M.
Johnson, F. H.
Kanter, B. B.
Kaplan, S.
Kresin, C. E.
Krieg, L. E.
Lovenheim, E. P.
McIntyre, W. E.

L. Waterman.
Geological Field Courses in Colo-
rado: Students planning to enroll in
the field courses given in Colorado
from June 22 to August 14 are re-
quested to attend a meeting in Room
2054, Natural Science Building, at 7
p.m., Tuesday, April 28.
Professor Lovering will give a lec-
ture on the geology of the camp area,
illustrated with colored lantern slides
and movies. All those interested are
invited to attend.
Announcements regarding t h e
courses will be made at this time.

Coming Events
Economics Club: Dr. Edgar M.
Hoover, instructor in economics, of
Harvard University willdaddress the
Economics Club on Monday, April 27,
at 7:30 p.m. Room 302 Union. Mem-
bers of the staffs in Economics andI
Business Administration, and grad-
uate students in these departments,
are cordially invited to attend.
Phi Eta Sigma, freshman honorary
fraternity, has been very fortunate in
securing Professor Peterson, of the
Economics Department,, as the speak-
er for a dinner Sunday at 6:30 p.m.
in the Union. The business will in-
clude the plans for the coming ini-
tiation. Members are requested to
sign at the Union as usual.
Senior Engineers: Your caps and
gowns for the Honors Convocation
will be distributed from 9-12 a.m. and
1-6 p.m. Thursday, April 30, at the
Michigan League. See notice of dis-
tribution room on the League Bul-
letin Board April 30. Caps and gowns
for commencement will be distributed
at a later date.
-John Packard, Chairman,
Graduate Education Club will meet
on Monday, April 27, 4 p.m., in the
Elementary School Library. There
will be a panel discussion on the top-
ic: Education for Peace. All grad-
uate students in Education are in-
vited to attend.
U. of M. Public Health Club is hav-
ing a meeting April 27 at 8 p.m.,
Michigan League.
(Continued on Page 4)

4:10, McKenzie, B. Astronomy 31, 1 p.m. section.
4:20, Moore, W. O. Make-up bluebook April 28 (Tues-
4:30, Pecherer, B. day), 2 to 4 p.m., at the Observatory,
4:40, Raiford, A.LM. corner of East Ann and Observatoryj
4:50, Seeley, A. L.I streets.
5:00, Swan, D. H.
Events Of Today
Will the following Seniors of The Student Picnic: There will be a pic-
College of Engineering call at Room nic this afternoon for all Epsicopal

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