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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, APRIL 2,

Rackham School GivesScholarships

The School of Graduate Studies
announced the awarding today of 10
Predoctoral Fellowships, 37 Universi-
ty Fellowships, 16 State College Schol-
arships and 41 University Scholar-
ships. Thirty-five of the awards went
to University students.
Predoctoral Fellowships, carrying
uniform grants of $1000, were award-
ed to: Wallace A. Bacon, University
of Michigan, English; Henry N. Ber-
shas, Wayne University, Romance
Languages; Ruth M. Cunningham,
University of Pittsburgh, Education;
Clyde Frederick Kohn, University of
Michigan, Geography; Clark F. Nor-
ton, University of Michigan, His-
tory; Leonard J. Savage, University
of Michigan, Mathematics; William
T. Scott, University of Michigan,'
Physics; Barbara J. Sherburne, Uni-
versity of Michigan, Psychology;
William S. Struve, University of
Michigan, Chemistry; David H.
Swann, University of Michigan, Geol-
ogy.
State Scholarships Awards
State College Scholarships of 400
dollars each were awarded to: Carroll
F. Powell, Adrian College, Chemistry;
Roscoe A. Betz, Albion College, Math-
ematics; Julia A. Schaafsma, Alma
College, Music; Gertrude Van't Hoff,
Calvin College, English; Kathryn M.
Stahl, Central State Teachers Col-
lege, Geography; Helen C. Chanda,
Hillsdale College, English; .
Willard G. De Groot, Hope College,
Economics; Cleora E. Gagnier, Kala-
mazoo College, Economics; George E.
Bahrman, Michigan College of Min-
ing and Technology; Electrical En-
gineering; Harlan W. Collar, Michi-
gan State College, Physics; John L.
Evans, Michigan State Normal Col-
lege, Chemistry; Oliver Johnson,
Northern State Teachers College,
Chemistry; Margaret T. Sowton, Oli-
vet Colltge, Latin; Francis J. Ser-
geys, University of Detroit, Chemical
Engineering; Reino H. Mustonen,
Wagne University, Mechanical En-
gineering; Eileen 'A. Putney; Wes-
tern State Teachers College, English.
University Scholarships
.University Scholarships were won .
by: Charles R. Benton, University of
Florida, Zoology; Rebecca Brinck-
erhoff, Mills College, Biology; John
H. Brown, Indiana University, Ger-
man; John Bryce, Alma College, So-
cial Work; Albert K. Cohen, Harvard
College, Sociology; Frank C. Craig-f
head, Jr., Pennsylvania State Col-
lege, Zoology;
John F. Craighead, Pennsylvania
State' College, Zoology; James D.1
Daane, Duke University, Political
Science; Joshua Domashevitsky, Uni-I
versity of California at Los Angeles,{

Economics; Dominic D. Dziewiatkow-
ski, Western State Teachers College,
Biological Chemistry; Jean C. Ed-
gar, University of Wisconsin, Botany;
Lester M. Field, Purdue University,
Electrical Engineering.
Also Honored:
Donald R. Fletcher, Princcon Uni-
versity, English; Norman H. Frisch,
f Northwestern University, Sociology;
Esther L. Gross, University of Michi-
gan, Psychology; Karl F. Guthe, Har-
vard College, Physics; Theodore Hail-
perin, University of Michigan, Mathe-
matics;
Edwin H. Hammond, University of
Missouri, Geography; George H. Han-
son, University of Michigan, Chemi-
cal Engineering; Orris C. Herfindahl,
University of Minnesota, Economics;
Josephine B. Hinds, Western Reserve
University, History; Alfred Hower',
University of Michigan, Romance
Languages;
Charles H. Johnson, Syracuse Uni-
versity, Civil Engineering; Harold F.
Kleckner, University of Illinois, Aero-
nautical Engineering; David M.'
Kurtz, Kalamazoo College, History;
Samuel Kushner, University of Michi-
gan, Chemistry; Francis W. McDon-
ald, University of Michigan, Econom-
ics; Donald S. Peck, University of
Michigan, Electrical Engineering;
John F. Pelton, University of Ten-
nessee, Chemical Engineering.
Receive Awards
Nelson F. Preus, Luther College,
English; Walton A. Rodger, Univer-
sity of Michigan, Mechanical En-
gineering; Ruth M. Schorling, Univer-
sity of Michigan, Botany; Franklin
B. Schull, University of Michigan,'
Physics; Philip A. Turner, Hiram
College, Romance Languages; Dor-
othy A. Van Andel, Calvin College,
Education; Stanley T. Vandersall,
College of Wooster, Latin.
Delos M. Wells, Colgate University,
Chemistry; William C. Wichman,
Northwestern University, Public Ad-
ministration; Ferne L. Wilson, Mon-
tana State. College, Bacteriology;l
Max A. Woodbury, University of
Utah, Mathematics; John Wynstra;
University of Michigan, Chemistry.
University, Fellowships ranging from
$300 to $900 each were awarded to:
University Fellowships Won.
John J. Adair, University of Wis- t
consin, Anthropology; Joseph R. Bail- _7
ey, Haverford College, Zoology; Dean c
0. Bowman, Purdue University, Ec- I
onomics; Arthur W. Burks, Univer-r
sity of Michigan, Philosophy;, Wil-c
liam I. Cargo, University of Michi- c
gan, Political Science; Ernest Bert
Christianson, University of . Utah, i
Chemical Engineering; .Edward C.r

Crafts, University of Michigan, For-
estry and Conservation.
William J. Darby, Jr., University of
Arkansas, Biological Chemistry; James
K. Davis, Univrsity of Michigan,
Chemistry; Florence E. Day. Rad-
cliffe College, Fine Arts; Charles L.
Dolph, University of Michigan,
Mathematics; Bernard Friedman,
University of Michigan, Philosophy;
Lois A. Gillilan, Vassar College, Ana-
tomy; Colin D. Gordon, University of
Michigan, History; Herbert R. J.
Grosch, University of Michigan,
Astronomy.
Arthur T. Jacobs, University of
Wisconsin, Economics; Werner Sieg-
mund Iandecker, University of Ber-
lin, Sociology; Edward H. Litchfield,
University of Michigan, Political Sci-
ence; Evelyn G. Mitchell, University
of London, English.
Receive Honor
Dorothea Morrill, University of
Michigan, History; James A. Oliver,
University of Michigan, Zoology;
John R. Platt, Northwestern Univer-
sity, Physics; George S. Quick,
University of Michigan, Economics;
William S. Reveal, Purdue University,
Chemical Engineering; Donald G.
Richards, University of Illinois, Aero-
nautical Engineering.
Charles E. Rickert, University of
Kansas, Mathematics; Ann G. Rosen-
krantz, Michigan State Normal Col-
lege, Social Work; Frank G. Ryder,
University of Minnesota, German;
Henry C. Schwartz, University of
Michigan, Romance Languages; John
C. Sheehan, University of Michigan,
Chemistry; Norman R. Snively, Har-
vard University, Geology.
Alice A. Traver, University of Okla-
homa, English and Education; Ro-
land G. Usher, Jr., University of
Michigan, History; Garrett C. Van de
Riet, University of Michigan, Busi-
ness Administration; Floyd Van Do-'
inelen, Kalamazoo College, Public Ad-'
ministartion; Albert C. Van Dusen,'
University of Florida, Psychology;
Frederic R. White, Oberlin College,
English.
Bridge Tourney Entries
Accepted Until Tuesday
Entries, for Tuesday's- all-campus
bridge tournament, to be held from
7:30 to 10 p.m. in the main balioom
of the Union, will be accepted until
Tuesday at the Union and League
main desks, it was announced yester-
day by Hadley Smith, '40E, Union
committeeman.
The tournament will be the last
n a series of three during the cur-
rent. school year.

Eventful History Accompanies
University Museums' Growth
By JEAN MAXTED tions for field and laboratory re-
The Museums have not always oc- search, but Dr. Ruthven realized that
cupied the large four-story building the Museums should also be used for,
on the northeast corner of campus, visual education. So a new depart-
In fact, there were no museums at ment, Visual Education, was created
all until 1855, although provision was in 1928. The whole right wing of the
made for a "Cabinet of natural his- present Museums Building is devoted'
tory" in the act relating to the found- to exhibition space.
ing of the University of Michigan.
In that year, however, when Dr, 'r
the upper floors of Mason Hall be-
came the first home of the natural W ill
history collections, along with an art ive Ra
gallery and the library..It wasn't un-
til 1881 that the first Museums F a st C l e
Building was completed. That build- Final Casting CompLet
ing is now used by the Romance For Light Comedy
Language departments.
During the same year, the Regents The final cast has been announced
established rules for the administra- for La Sociedad Hispanica's play,
tion of the various collections and also "Sueno deu na Noche en Agosto" ("An
created six separate divisions; Fine August Night's Dream"), to be given
Arts, Natural History, Chemistry, Tuesday night in the Lydia Mendels-
Medicine and Surgery, Homepathic sohn Theatre.
Medicine, and Dental Surgery, Margaret Bryant, '39, has the lead-
The zoological and anthropological ing feminine role, playing the part of
collections grew rapidly under the Rosario, a modern young lady who
curatorship of Professor Steere. It wants to make her own mark in the
was during this period that the Mu- world. Opposite her, in the male
seum received the exhibit of the Chi- lead, is Alfred Hower, '39, a cynical
nese Government at the World's In- writer of popular sentimental novels,
dustrial and Cotton Centennial Expo- who wins Rosario's love in a short
sition at New Orleans in 1884. This and unusual romance filled with
material, which was given to the amusing situations.
University in recognition of the serv- Rosario's grandmother, thrice-mar-
ices of Pres. James B. Angell, was ried and still wise in the ways of the
on exhibition for forty years. world, is played by Janet L. Park, '39.
By 1918 the expansion of activities Other leading characters are por-
and increasing growth of the collec- trayed by Carmen McKell, '39, Helen
tions had crowded the Museums E. Lapitsky, '41, Florence Young, '42,
Building and a campaign for a new Michael Massa, '41, Robert Vanden-
building was begun, but it was 1925 berg, '40, Arthur N. Hill, '42, Dayton
before the appropriation was secured. Closser, '40, and Angelo Flores, '39E.
The need of a means to insure the The play is a light, modern comedy
maintenance and care of a building in three acts, with even a touch of
occupied by four independent organi- slapstick. Tickets may be secured at
zations brought about the appointing the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. A
of Dr. Alexander E. Ruthven as Direc- special reduction in admittance charge
tor of the "University Museums." will be made for those who have
Up to this time the emphasis had purchased tickets for La Sociead
been placed upon the use of the collec- Hispanica's annual lecture series.

No Rest For Wicked;
Two Baboons Get Itch
CHICAGO, April 1.-(AP)-Brook-
field zoo officials, happy that the bull
elephant had escaped his rheuma-
tism and the penguins had conquered
their corns, were dismayed today to
find two baboons with barber's itch.
Daily Wan -Ads Never Fail

Recent German Contest
Winners Are Announced
The winners of two German con-
tests held last week, were announced
yesterday by the German department.
Rosa M. Rohrmoser, '40, won the first
prize of $40 in the Bronson-Thomas
contest.
Theodore W. Hildebrandt, '42, and
Martin W. Kisel, '41, who entered in
the Kothe-Hildner German-English
and English-German translation con-
test, tied for first place.

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LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA
presents
SUENO DE UNA NOCHE AGOSTO
(A Romantic Young Lady)
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 8:15 P.M.

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All Seats Reserved.
Box Office Opens Monday at 10 A.M.

Price 50 cents
Telephone 6300

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FIVE DOLLARS
in trade for a picture. Enter our weekly
contest. This week the best picture of a
cat, dog, or any pet will win the prize.

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Members of the Dartmouth College Debating Team are now making
a extensive western trip that includes twenty debates with eighteen col-
leges and universities. From left to right: William S. Green of Manches-
ter, N.H., Clif Stratton of Topeka, Kansas, John R. Willetts of Milwaukee,
Wis., Jack J. Preiss of Hackensack, N.J., and Louis Oberdorfer of Air-
minghain, Alabama. Willetts and Oberdorfer will meet the Michigan
team of Bob Rosa, '39, and Jack Shuler, '40E, Tuesday in the Union.

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Mentioned as possible chairman
of the Securities Excharnge Com-
mission to succeed William 0.
Douglas, Jerome Frank (above) is
one of the original "brain trusters."

Three Smart Qiris

WHO CAME TO JACOBSON'S FOR THEIR SPRING VACATION WARDROBES!

. The young woman on the left will
step from the train groomed to
the teeth in her new little girl suit
with her smart tweed traveling coat
thrown over her arm -
SUITS . . . . 12.95 to 35.00
TWEED COATS 16.95 to 29.95

The siren in the center will dance
the nights away in floating pastel
chiffon - romantic Romany gown-
or newest of all, that delightfully
contradictory formal - with skirt-
a sophisticated column of clinging
crepe and bodice a disarming naive
combination of lace and lingerie.
16.95 to 29.95

The charmer at the right will ap-
pear for that so important first dote
in one of the new fitted and flared
dressmaker coats over a story book
dress with lingerie or pastel chiffon
top and ballet dancer's skirt.
COATS . . . , 19.95 to 35.00
DRESSES . . . . 12.95 to. 29.95

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