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PAGE TWO

TH E MICHIGAN DAILY

Hook To Speak
At Foremen's
Meeting Here
Third Annual Conference
Will Be Held April 19;
Walker To Give Talk

One-Man-Army In Dearborn
i }1Iritais Order' At Ford Plant,

(Special to The Daily)
The United States Army - in the
person of one John Smith-came to
Dearborn yesterday and "maintained
order" among the turbulent mobs of
strikers.
Pickets at the corner of Miller

More than 2,000 foremen in Mich- Road and Dix Avenue were a
igan and northern Ohio industries ;o find in their midst a slight
will convene here April 19 for the an Army uniform who walk
third annual Foremen's Conference, ly through the lines-ane
sponsored by the University Exten- dangerous thing to do.
sion Service in cooperation with the " It didn't take the picket
National Association 'of Foremen and come to life, and they mo
the foremen's clubs of Michigan and little man. His bravado left
Ohio. although he stood at att
Featured on the first half of the was quivering with fear an
one-day program will be Charles R. "Don't hurt him," the un
Hok, president of the American er shouted. as the men ,
Rolling Mill Company of Middletown, circle about him. Then, turn
Ohio, who will discuss 'The Foremen's soldier, he asked harshly, "
Part in National Defense." doin' here?"
De Loss Walker, associate editor "The United States Army
of Liberty Magazine, will precede the The men examined himi
afternoon conferences with a lecture ment. He was about five
on "What Makes America Secure." and couldn't have weighed n
Completing the afternoon session, 140 pounds. He was just a k
a group of specialized conferences have been about 19. H
dealing with the various aspects of through his thick glasses
foremen's jobs will be conducted un- tested in a squeaky voice:
der the leadership of widely known vate John Smith of Field
authorities. Post 306, Fort Knox, Ky.

stonished
t youth in
ed brave-
extremely
s long to
bbed the
him and
ention he
nd cold.
aion lead-
formed a
ing to the
What you
sent me."
in amaze-
feet five
more than
kid-must
le peered
and pro-
"'m.Pri-
Artillery,
I'm sup-

posed to see that there's no trouble
here."
"Why did they send just you? Isn't
there anybody else in the Army?"
"I dunno. I'm supposed to be on
leave. I live in Hamtramck, and I
just got a telegram from my cap-
tain. It said keep an eye on things
here. What the heck! I don't want
to be here anyway. I'm cold. An Army
truck brought me and they told me to
stay until future orders. I wish I was
home."
And there he was-one little shiver-I

Harlan C. Koch Scholarship
Named Editor Applications
Of 'Quarterly' Deadline Near
Will Succeed Calvin Davis; Applications for the Simon Man-
Directors Make Choice delbaum, Cornelius Donovan; Har-
Direcors Mke Ch inet Eveleen Hunt, Robert Campbell!
At Chicago Convention Gemmell and Joseph Boyer engi-
nveering scholarships must be sub-
Prof. Harlan C. Koch of the faculty I
of the School of Education was named mitted by noon tomorrow- to the of-
editor of the North Central Associa- fices of Assistant Dean Alfred H.
tion Quarterly, it was announced yes- Lovell in the West Engineering
terday. Building.
His appointment was made by the Minimum requirements for all but
board of directors of the national the Boyer awards for which there is
group at its annual convention re- noholastic minimum 'are s fol-
cently in Chicago.

ALSO -

Special train leaves Ann Arbor 3:45
P.M. with through coaches for De-
troit, Cleveland, Buffalo, Rochester,
Syracuse. This train will have De-
Lnxe Reclining Seat Coach to New-
ark and Hoboken, N.J.

Special train to New York with
modern coaches leaves Ann Arbor
6:40 P.M. arriving New York 8:40
A.M.

FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1941
DAILY THROUGH SERVICE
jn DseLuxe Ait--Coutditioitd Coaches and Pullman Curs
Between ANN ARBOR and
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ing soldier-without a weapon, with- He will succeed Professor-Emeritus lows:vTe applcant must be a citi-
out a coat-"preserving order" among Calvin O. Davis of the education zen, he must have at least a 2.5
5,000 striking men. school who has recently retired. Pro- average and must be either totally
And he may be there yet. fessor Davis served as editor of the or partially self-supporting.
Quarterly for the past 15 years. The scholarships will be presented
Professor Koch will supervise the some time in May upon the recom-
I publication of the official journal of mendation of the Engineering Col-
of C G roups the association serving secondary lege Committee on Scholarships con-
schools in 20 North Central states. sisting of Prof. H. W. Miller of the
H old Banquet! The educator is an assistant in the engineering drawing department,
University Bureau of Cooperation Prof. J. C. Brier of the chemical
which seeks to aid secondary schools j engineering department, Prof. Peter
Junior, Senior Mllemibier's within this state and to set up stand- Field of the mathematics depart-
.. ards for college entrance. ment and Prof. F. N. Menefee of the
____1OdyI.Un1on Before coming to the University in engineering mechanics department.
1934, he was a member of the edu- The Mandelbaum and Donovan
Members of the senior Chamber of cation staff of Ohio State University scholarships are awarded in two
Commerce and ithe Junior Chamber and of the University of Nebraska. parts, one-half in September and the
of Commerce will dine together at the o cther half in February.
two organizations' first joint ban- He has also participated on import-
quet at 6:15 p.m. today in the Union, ant committees of the North Central
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More than 300 people are expected
to attend. The chief speaker will bel
Arthur H. Sarvis,evice-president of
the Citizens Commercial & Savings
bank of Flint. His subject will be the
"Outlook for Business."
Toastmasters at the dinner will be
Earl H. Cress, president of the senior
organization, and J. W. Meadows.
president of the junior group. Musi-
cal entertainment after the dinner is
planned.
Besides his banking experience, Mr.
Sarvis for nearly twenty years was
associated with the Buick division of
the General Motors Corp. as service
manager, assistant general sales man-
ager and director of distribution. 1
Sex Hormones
Being ,Studied
ByBach man
By using ordinary chemical com-
pounds, Prof. Werner E. Bachmann
of the chemistry department is at
present trying to produce syntheti-
cally two female hormones which are
of great importance to medical sci-
ence.
Today these two hormones, estrone
and estradiol, are being extracted
from urine commercially to help al-
leviate certain menstrual disorders
and to aid women during their transi-
tion period. They are also being used
by breeders in encouraging animals
to mate.
Because of the great expense in-
volved in obtaining these hormones
from urine, successful completion of
a substitute method by Professor
Bachmann will enable physicians to
increase the general use of estrone
and estradiol and study some of their
other possible functions.
Professor Bachmann originally be-
gan work on the synthetic production
of three hormones, one of which,
equilenin. has already been prepared
with ordinary compounds. This hor-
mone, however, although it has the
same action as estrone, is not suf-
ficiently active for medical use.
Successful conversion of equilenin
into the other hormones has been
reported by Prof. Russel Marker of
the chemistry department at Pennsyl-
vania State College, but his method
has not as yet proved effective for
general use.
Three different paths of research
are now being followed by Professor
Bachmann in this work. Attempts
are being made to activate equilenin,
to convert it as Professor Marker
has claimed to do and to produce the
other hormones directly.
Interviews Will Be Held
General interviews will be held for
all men students wishing to obtain
their meals at cooperative houses for
the remainder of the semester to-
morrow in Room 306 of the Union.
Students wishing information or
who wold like to eat at a cooperative
fori a trial period will also be wel-
comed. The interviews will be held
by the InterCooperative Council, and
will be held for students wishing to
board in any co-op house.

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For Sculp tur ng 42E, editor.
Those selected to serve under Wil-
Miss Alice Frayer, Ann Arbor resi- liam Hutcherson, '43E, in the features
dent and formerly of the University department were Charles R. Chase,
art department, was awarded the $100 '44E, Kenneth Moehl, '43E, Peter
Edmund Stewardson Prize at the Krailo, '44E, Cornell Janeway, '44E,
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and Hyman Sterngold, '44E.
for an outstanding woilk of sculp- Richard M. Spath, '44E, David B.
ture, Henry Hotz, jr., curator of the Wehmeyer, '44E, Kevin R. Jones,
Academy, announced yesterday. 44E, and Karl Brenkert, '44E, were
Attending the Academy on a schol- chosen to work with Carter Taylor,
arship won as the most promising st - '43E, in the publication department.
dent in the University art depart- _
ment, Miss Frayer is tl~c daughter Of
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Frayer of An Boo And Spur JElects
Arbor,and has studied undere aPCf. Boot and spur, University Riding
Avard Fairbanks of the art depart - Club, announced the election of of-
ment. ficers for the coming semester. Ken-
Miss Frayer was given the award by neth Troy, '41, was elected presi-
a jury consisting of Heinz Warneke, dent; Theodore Kennedy, '42, vice-
Gaitano Cecere, and C. Paul Jenne- president; and Neal Seegert, '41. see-
wein for the outstanding figure in the i
round erected in six consecutive class, retary-treasurer. There will be a
periods of three hours each without breakfast ride starting at 9 a.m. Sun-
assistance or instruction. day. Anyone interested in trying out
for Boot and Spur should contact
one of the officers.
U. of M. All-Stars Win
GRAND RAPIDS, April 3.-(P)--
Led by All Americans Tom Harmon
and John Townsend, the University
of Michigan All-Stars defeated the I
Ryskamp five tonight , 42 to 40.

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the formation of educational policies.
Additional appointments to soph-
A lice Frayer Wins omore posts on the editorial staffs of1
the Michigan Technic, official College
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