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SEPT. 20, 1938

THE 11ITCHIGAN I}AIL Y'

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SEPT. 20, 1938 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE

Nearly Two Hundred Undergraduates
Granted Alumni Scholarships Here

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Seventy-eight entering freshmen Iderle; Jackson: Georgiene M. Eberly, Battle Creek: Phyllis E. Cannon; De-
and 115 sophomores and upperclass- Robert Halsey and Marion I. Stone; troit: Virginia A. Durand, Colvin L
men have been granted full tuition Kalamazoo: Fred R. Cohrs, Robert Gibson, Roberta E. Moore, Ethel Q
Michigan Alumni Undergraduate W. Jones and Anthony Stampolis; Norberg, Ruth Tatlock, Vaino J
Scholarships by the Board of Regents Lansing: Theodis R. Gay and Wayne Vehko, Arthur Woods; Grand Rap-
for the coming year, it was an- f E. Truax; Marquette: Grace E. Mil- ids: Frederick M. DeBoe; Plymouth:
nounced by Robert O. Morgan, as- ler and Robert W. Sandberg; Mar- Donald Horton; Port Huron: Alex E
sistant general secretary of the Al- shall: Susan J. Udell; Menominee: Lewis; Benton Harbor: Dorothy Mar-
umni Association. This is an in- Marian Lendved; Monroe: Virl D. quart, Kenneth Summerfelt; Dear-
creasp of three entering scholarships Marshall and Wilma J. Spalding; born: Robert D. Mercer; Kalamazoo:
and .5 renewals over last year. Mount Clemens: Mildred J. Cope- Jack H. Osserwarde; Ann Arbor: Tom
Awarded on the basis of need, 'land; Owosso: Darwin L. Heine and K. Phares, John Wallace, Victoria
scholarship and character, these Phillipp M. Rice; Pontiac: Elizabeth Stoianowski; East Jordan: Barbara
scholarships were distribute d A. Howard and Claude L. Hulet; Roy- L. Stroebel; Pontiac: Jack H. Shuler;
throughout the state of Michigan. al Oak: Sarah J. Hauke and Thom- Royal Oak: Hadley J. Smith; Bir-
Candidates were selected by local as R. Kohler; Saginaw: Margaret S. mingham: Robert Watt; Mt. Clem-
alumni clubs, and the winners picked Campbell and Robert R. Sperkhard; ens: Madelain Westendorf.
by competitive examination. Since Sault St. Marie: Kenward L. Atkin. Senior renewals: Detroit: Roland
they cover full tuition costs and fees, Sophomore renewals: Birming- M. Athay, Marcia Connell, Dorothy
these scholarships amount to sums ham: Jean A. Baker, Ruth Seager, A. Goebel, Agnes J. Hippen, Frances
'of $100 and upwards. Victoria Gellatly; Grand Rapids: M. Robinson, Grace E. Wilson, Wil-
The complete list of scholarship Jack Bender; Port Huron: Seymour liam B. Wreford; Dearborn: Leo
holders follows: Bergsman, Helen Lapitsky, Phyllis Beebe, Agnes MacKinnon; Royal
Freshmen: Adrian: Louis Payne Hoffmeyer; Battle Creek: Margaret Oak: Donald H. Belden; Birming-
and Marilyn .Rising- 'Ann Arbor:Bidlack, Dorothy Ragla; Flint: Con- ham: Roberta I. Chissus; Kalama-
John C Ivanoff, Hazel M. Johnson stantine Bozion; Hillsdale: Elizabeth zoo: Paul C. Chrison, Brinton E.
Jean E. Krise, Alex M. Pentland, A. Burkheiser; Flint: Kenneth Cald- Fressman; Ann Arbor: Cecile Frank-
Maxine J. Pryer and Doris M. Turn-' er, Edward Crosley; Escanaba: Wil- ing, Mary A. Loughborough; Adrian:
er; Battle Creek: Donna E. Baisch, liam H. Clark; Mt. Clemens: M. Jack John Gmeiner; Newberry: Aulene A.
Robert W. Johnston, and Robert J' Dalby, Abe Goodman; Detroit: Ruth Gravelle; Saline: Esther Gross;
Ogden; Bay CityerPhyllis J. Hamil- M. Davis, Lee E. Elfes, David N. Gib- Battle Creek: Reid J. Hatfield, Alva
ton; Benton Harbor-St. Joseph: Fos- son, Maya D.'Guhzit, Stephen Karr, D. Rush; Ramsay: Ralph I. Heik-
ter H. Campbell, William H. Dan- Edna Kearney, Frederick Linsell, kinen; Lansing: Margaret M. John-
nacher and Arthur Wendt; Birming- James Lovett, Joan Matheson, Jean son; Ishpeming: Edna E. Kandelin;
ham; Robert H. Porter; Dearborn: Maxted, George Ruehle, Tenho Sih- Saginaw: Betty E. Keenan, Mar-
Harry Alcon and Agnes Higgs; De- vonen, Evelyn Sislin, James E. Tobin, guerite Rabe; Benton Harbor: Mel-
troit: Elizabeth F. Alexander, Grant Colin Weymouth; Ypsilanti': Edith son A. Lindenfeld; Iron Mountain:
W. Allen, Betty Altman, Gerald Evans; Adrian: Helen Foster, Doris John R. Liotto; Mt. Pleasant: Mar-
Burns, Janet L. Cottrell, John Dre- Reed; Ironwood: James M. George; garet E. McCall; Greenville: Johanna
her, Gordon A. Dumas, Charles Jackson: Frances E. Goldsmith. M. Meijer; Owosso: Frederick C. Mil-
Fielder, Betty Rae Hileman, Donald St. Joseph: Margaret Gose; Pon- her; Manchester: Karl M. Rague;
Holman, ViviandC.dKann, Isabella tiac: Vincent J. Gottschalk, Barbara Fento:MiltDorothy G. Shepherd; Mon-
H. Lugoski, Edward Maximovich, Newton; Ann ,Arbor: Clehan H~r. Gra- re itnSoz
James E. Myers, -John A. Rookus, ham, Frederick A. Heddle, Carl N.
Robert G. Shedd, J. Victor Swanson Mortenson, John A. Poe; Benton TOY WILL NOT RUN
and Wesley Swift; Escanaba: Fred- Harbor: Lewis Hetzler; Grand Ha-
erick A. Earle and Selma Scheibner; ven: Owen Patrick Lillie, James H. DETROIT, Sept. 19.-(RP)-Rumors
Flint: David I. Babitch, P. June Shaver; Saginaw: Douglas A. Lyttle, that he would seek the nomination
Densmore, William Melzow and Ches- Mary Lou Oswald; Manchester: How- for attorney-general at the Republi-
ter Myslicki; Grand Haven: Ray- ard E. Parr; Bay City: Donald W. can State Convention at Grand Rap-
mond J. Green and Maydra M. Ramsdell; Negaunee: Payl W. The- ids next week were denied Monday by
Spangler; Grand Rapids: Gordon H. riault; Addison: Robert D. Ulrichk
Girod, Cornelius R. Skutt and An- Royal Oak: Buy Warner; Monroe: Harry S. Toy, of Detroit, defeated last
thony F. Simnowski; Hillsdale: Rich- Thomas A. Weidig. week by Frank D. Fitzgerald for the
ard W. Cummins William M. Glas- Junior renewals: Royal Oak: Mar- l-,epublican gubernatorial nomina-
gow and Harper H. Hull; Ionia: Al- garet R. Beacom, Hadley J. Smith; tion. "I have no such inclination and
bert N. Eldred and Katherine Rumi- Flint: Irene Bessolo, Sidney David- would not consider being a candi-
sek; Iron Mountain: Albin J. Scin- son; Owosso: Dorothea J. Brichan; date," Toy said.

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