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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Fraternities
led e 449 As
IIushing Closes
(Continued from Page 1)
itt Mills, Donald B. Naulin, Ken-
Warren Rhoads, John Allen
:us, R. Charles Schfneling, Robert
)n Smith, John Patterson Stover,
ell Whitman. George M. Baum-
n, Richard H. Blakeley, William
chust.
1 Psi: Thomas Sall Bartley,
es Baer Collins, Webster Cook,
r Francis Kelley John PAckard
John Kirkwood Martin, William
k Osbcrn, Dale Bryan Parshall,
y Wilson Ranney, Jr., William
y Schomberg, Jr., Robert Louis
rnerhays, Richard Lee Taylor.

Victorious Yankees Rejoice after Trouncing flapless Cubs

'Pwdom Begins
Series On New
RaTdioHookup,
I'r grain Will Be Aired
6 Weeks By Mutual

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ished room for faculty member or tables suitable for -fraternity or
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lelta Kappa Epsilon: James An- *
ion, M. Tilden Batchelder, Gordon
chell, G. William Doolittle, Peter1l
Ler, Wililam Hurley, George Mc- :,
'ray, Donald Nelson, George Paul,
ert Porter, Phillip Spear, William
mpson; Raymond Tower, Rcbert
'field. The grins on these faces express the. feeling of the New York Yankees after
elta Tau Delta: Ulrich Allen, Eu- tive World Championship by defeating the Chicago Cubs in four straight g
e Bell, Charles Buell, William the final victory, left to right: Joe Glenn, Manager Joe McCarthy, Charley
gess, Richard Canley, Francis Bump Hadley, Joe Gordon, and Tim Sullivan, the batboy.
mberlain, George Combs, AllanI
rich, John Dighton, Albert N. El- Knudsen, Donald J. Meier, William David Meier, Henry R. Pemmerl,
1, James Gilbert, Harold Gwillim, Murphy, John Nulty II., Kelly Riedell, Francis Slavin, Rendel W. Smith,
n Hoglund, Robert Imboden, Robert Ruthven, Walter Schmitt, Kenneth Trader, Albert L. Weller.
ert O'Leary, Russell Peebles, Joe James Weckler. Theta Delta Chi Stanton Allen, Al-
Iirtz, John Ragsdale, Jr., Ken- Pc Lambda Phi: Robert Besser, I. I mon Copley, Robert Getts. Donald
i T. Sawyer, Robert Sibley, Em- Alfred Breckler, Alan David, Myron 'Jones, Robert Kanaga, Arthur Kuhn,
t Whitehead, Walter Wrigley, Gins, William Hausman, Burton Hod- Gordon Matthews, John Moore, Start
a Yager. deson, Eugene Kane, Lee Klauber, Park, David Rhame, Omer Robbins,
elta Upsilon: Henry Charles Bar- Newell Malter, Ralph Mitchell, Ray- Wayne Stille, Robert Wallace, James
er, Robert Risdon Brown, Jr., mond 4asenman, Howard Solomon, McNamee, Robert Thomas.
ert John Caswell, Robert Arthur Bertram Weiss. Triangle:,Donald A. Carlson, Philip
e, John Henry Erwin, Frank Al- Psi Upsilon: Davis Allen, Henry B. Case, John M. Kirk, Max G. Pet-
Grier, Arthur Joseph Marion, Ray Brummell, Reed Crammder, Robert ersen, John A. Shandley.
Murray, John L. Rashbacker, Evans, Breard Fishburn, Robert Fowl- Trigon: Harold Marty, Howard Ba-
mas Frederick Ratcliffe, Roy Ro- er, James Grill, Robert Johnston. Wil- con, Marvin Bandoli, Robert Bedford,
e, Samuel Irwin Russell, Arnold iam Langford, Richard Lord, Charles Donald Berg, Thomas Caldwell, Wil-
Nhite, Jr, Carl E. Wolfston. F. Loutrell, Robert Lovell, Henry Mc- liam Downs, Robert' Jeffers, Harry
ermitage: Kirk DeFoe. Donnell, Kenneth Marshall, John T. Pickering, Chester W. Zawacki, Ev-
.appa Delta. Rho: Phillip Van Murphy, Robert Ogden, William erett Doran.
strand, Rodney G. Edwards. Pfeiller, John Pfender, Harold Wood. Zeta Beta Tau: Aleck Block, Robert
appa Nu: Stanley Beyer, Albert Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Langdon Burstein, Jack Cohen. Thomas Good-
ustein, Yale Coggan, Stanley Davis Ayres, Frederick Catrell, James A. kind, Walter Jacobs, .Leon Lands-
ald Eder, Mordecai Finkelstein, Grund, Phelps Hines, Richard S. berg, Ralph M. Loeff, Robert Sam-
man Kohlenberg, Mortimer Levin, Kelly, Frank P. May, Leonard Petitti, uels, Arthur Schoenberg, Ralph
ip Rosenbloom' Nelson, Wellman. , Penn Skillern, Robert W. Uhlmann, Slottow, Harold Stackler, Richard
:appa Sigma: William Altman, Roy C. Uhlmann, Paul 'B. Zimmer- Wile.
rald Brenkert, Robert Brown, Wil-Oman. Zeta Psi: Fred Arnold, Malcolm
i Caruthers, Robert Foltz, (Edward Sigma Alpha Mu: Robert I. Alpern, I Bulmer, William Comstock, Douglas
rison, James Hoch, Carl Lewis Bertram G. Bassett, Seymour Bieler, Fowle, Thomas Gamon, Charles
rson, Donald Rivette, Austin Joseph Edelman, Jerome A. Gold- Gould, Robert Gustafson, Wayne
dard, Edwin Piotrowski. stein,. Frederick Hirschman, Robert Hadley, John Koch, Charles Pekor.
imbda Chi Alpha; Charles Bush, A. Krause, Richard S. Kruger, David
ed Burt, Franklin D. Burt, Glid- L. Myers, Burton J. Rubens, Harry Ann.Arbor Art Exhibit
Doman, Ross Monroe, Roy Harold Schagrin, Sid E. Weinberg.Ar
on, Charles Willison', Damon Sigma Chi: Robert L. Collins, Don- To Open Here Thursday
ds. ' ald M. Cook, Paul Cosper, William Wilfred B. Shaw, president of the
'hi Beta Delta: Milton Fishman, Downer, Edwin B. Early, George P' Ann Arbor Art Association, has an-
ene Friedman, Leonard E. Kass- Foster, Charles Giesen, Dick C. Grey, Inounced the 16th annual Ann Arbor
, Jerome Schwarzbach, Joseph Lucius O. Hamilton, Marvin Hamil- Artists' Exhibition will be held Oct.
ker, Arthur Weiss. ton, Arthur N. Hill, Howard Ideson, 113 to 26 inclusive, in the Galleries of
ii Delta Theta: John Berkey, Fred William Irwin, Verne C. Kennedy, J. Alumni Memorial Hall.
kamp, Belton Y. Cooper. John C. Richard Lyons, Ray E. Mattern, Jerry A reception will be held Thursday
s. James Gormsen, Don Henry, G, Michael, Charles W. Mitchell, 'evening, Oct. 13 from 8 to 11 for the
ert Hotchkiss, William Hurst, Francis W. Morley, Alfred Owens. members of the Association and the
ert MacKenzie. William Miles, Alfred H. Piel, James Reed, Donald exhibitors.

r they had won their third consecu-
games. Shown in the clubhouse after
Ruffing and Art Fletcher. Rear row,

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the microphone on the "Nation's ished, warm; continuous hoi water;
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School of the Air~.~ f Phone 8876. 92:
The University was notified es- I -
terday of this prograrm which willi LOST and FOUND
run for 16 weeks. The name sf the i LOST-A white oblong rhinestone pin.
series will be "Guideposts o Liv~ig." Award. Call 7486. 119
Uriversity On T wo Networks LOST-Will the person who picked
With this new broadcast, the up slide rule, marked W. M. K., at
University will be piping programs to Ferry Field Ad. Building on Oct. 7
two national networks anr' four De- call Kendall. Tel. 6980. Reward of-
s each wee. This is th- fered. 116
most extensive program ever under- WANTED - TYPING
taken by the University Broadcasting
Service according to Prof. Waldo M. VIOLA STEIN-Experienced typist,
Abbot, director. The 19 broadcasts Reasonable rates, 706 Oakland.
heard each week from the campus are Phone 6327. 10
aired by radio stations WJR, WWJ, TPGEeic.----
CKLW and WMBC, Detroit. jTYPING-Experienced. Miss Allen,
K W angerTDerokt.408 S. 5th Ave. Phone 2-2935. 79
Wenger To Speak -_____ ____
Prof. Joseph E. Maddy's program
"Music Makers," will be carried by Movies To Feature Glider
the Red Network of the National Club Meeting Tomorrow
Broadcasting Company at 12:45 pim.
today. At 3 p.m. Christian N. Wen- The Glider Club will hold its first
ger, associate professor of English, meeting this semester at 7:30 p. m.
will speak on "The Literature of Our Wednesday, Oct. 12 in the Natural
r Changing World" over WJR. ,Science auditorium. The English
The Morris Hall studio is now con- movie "Plane Sailing" and the Ameri-
nected by special broadcasting lines can movie "Soaring" will be shown.
with Chicago and Cincinnati as well All students interested in gliding
. as Detroit. are invited to attend.

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Tau Beta Pi Sends
Spoden ToMeeting
The local chapter of Tau Beta Pi,
e-agineering honor society this week-
end sent its president, Harold Spoden,
39E, to Cincinnati to represent the
l University at the national Tau Beta
Pi convention.
At the formal banquet 'eld Friday
night, Dr. Arthur E. Morgan, former
director of the TVA project, spoke to
the delegates. Seventy chapters were
represented, delegates coming from
as far away as California and Oregon

A winsome young lady from Barrow
Hated ties that were stringy and narrow, ARROW TIES ARE SMART
But she d fall for the gents
Who showed thrift and good sense SEE THIS WEEK'S POST
And always wore neckwear by Arrow.
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Leroy B. Perry, George Patterson,
Joseph O. Reed, Robert Sager, Rich-
ard Scherling, John Shields, Thomas
H. Shuler, James A. Simpson, Charles
Solar, Webster Treat, Wilbur S. Wal-
lace, Albert A. Wistert, James Wood-
worth, Donald A. Young.
Phi Epsilon Pi: Richard Arkins,
Stanley Berlow, Noel Armand Buck-
ner, Edward E. Joffe, Ira Robert
Katz, Jack Elliot Kessel, Richard F.
Lehman, Nathaniel S. Ritter, Louis
Marx Rosenberg, Richard Gidding
Ungar, Harold Bernard Weinstock,
James 'Wilkus.
Phi Gamma Delta: Norman Dana
Call, Dale S. Chamberlin, William
Long Coffman, Milton A. Darling,
Henry Trumbower Fielding, Paul
Douglas Fitting, Charles Arthur Hall,
James Vincent Halligan, William
Owen Mays, David Moir Nelson, John
Bishop Nicolls, ,Jr., David Edward
Ott, William Frank Starn, Robert
Warren Titus, Donn William Van
Der Vort, Keith Albert Yoder.
Phi Kappa Psi: John Reed Bach-
man, Carter Chamberlain, David Eas-
lick. Robert Hadley, William Harrle-
son\ Clifford James, Ted Kennedy,
David McKinney, Edward McLogan,
John Rexford, Fitch Tillotson, S.
Scott Ulrey, John Richard Wendt.
Phi Kappa Tau: Robert Holyoke,
Robert Tate.
Phi Sigma Delta: Bernard Abrams,
Sidney Aronson, Robert Goldberg.
Bertram Allan Hyman, Arthur Wm.
Kollins, Melvin Moss, Melvyn Paule,
Gerald Rosenweig, Irwin Rubin, Ray-
mond Schneyer, Seymour Daniel
Shafer, Jack Sptalny, Robert Stahl,
'Herbert Weinstein, Hanley Wolf.
Phi Sigma Kappa: Robert Carlson,
Robert Cope, Harold Meech Fromm.
Charles Karpinski, James McPherson.
Phi Kappa Sigma: John F. Acker-
man, Clifton Dance, William J. Egan.
Jr., Roy Fairlamb, Richard G. Fogg.
Edwin A. Gell, Lewis Kirk, Edward
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H. Stewart, Benjamin F. Thorward.
Sigma Nu: Edward Adams, Donald'
Bruce, George Cheffey, Lawton Ham-
mett, Whitney Jones, Richard Mc-
Kitrick, Richard Melcher.
Sigma Phi: David A. Badenoch.
James F. Bourquin, John B. Coleman,
Richard D. Emory, Richard B. Gard-
ner, Norman R. Helgren, James M.
Huber, Arthur L. Kirkpatrick, Stan-
ton Miller.
Sigma Phi Epsilon: David Bateman,
Arthur Billett, Douglas Brown, Wy-
nard Brandel, Carl H. Felton, George
A. Grover, Robert C. Keetch, Robert
Kiel, Warren R. King, Albert L.
Pfaller, Carl S. Rhodes, William Ste-
gath, Richard Steudel, Richard
Trelfe, Henry 0. Zeller.
Theta Chi: Donald Boyer, Jay Con-
nor, Walter Cowles, Donald Crum-
bakeri Charles Dillman, James Gar-
vin, John Gracey. John Grady. Wil-
liam Keas, Richard Strain, Rolph
Muenter, Robert Westfall.
Theta Xi: Robert Coapman, Chester
Ewing, George Gotchall, Arthur
Judge, Donald Lewis, James Martin.

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