'1 CIE MICHIGAN DAILY
Debate Squad To Enter Meet
To fleA warded ThesdCay
The Men's Varsity Debat squadl
will participate in the second West-
ern Conference debate in two days
when Arthur L. Biggins, '41, and John
T~~iiv~t~n 'Al m n i n - - T-,-
Union on the non-decision debate
question, "Resolved: That the Pow-
ers of the Federal Government should
iuston, 41, meet a Purdue Univer- Argument centered on the defini-
sity team at Indianapolis on the pro- tion of power and the application
position, "Resolved: That the Powers of power to current activities of the
of the Federal Government should Federal Government. The Indiana
be Increased.", affirmative described government
Last night Phllip Levy, '42, and power as the various Federal activi-
William Halliday, '42, representing the ties that have been growing in the
University met Wayne Minnick and past decade. The University squad
Len Bunger comprising the Indiana contended that power of the national
squad in the North Lounge of the government is in the Constitution.
Society Elects Prowler At Stackwell
Lccres Itst Foitrints
19 Meiners I
An unidentitiect man was reported
Pi Lambda Theta Honors prowling around the Stockwell dorm-
Outstanding Women itory early yesterday morning. Police
say there was no evidence of a break-
Nineteen undergraduate and grad- ing and entering attempt.
uate women in education have been Patrolmen Huizenge and Buss fol-
selected for membership by Pi Lamb- lowed two sets of footprints which led
da Theta, national women's honorary in opposite directions but were unable
?nd professional education society, to discover the man. They believe
Elizabeth Grozer, president, announ- that he must have gotten into a car.
ced. He was described as tall, thin and
The 12 graduate and eight under- wearing no hat or overcoat.
Will Hold MHelin^
All members of Perspectives. am-
pus literary magazine, publica.tions
staff have been called to a special
meeting 4 p.m. today at the Michi-
gan Daily offices, Shirley Wallace,
'42, publications editor, announced
Members of any other staff who
are interested in aiding in the ex-
change and correspondence work are
also invited to attend. Proof-read-
ing for the next issue of the magazine
has already started, and instruction
in make-up for future issues will be
available to students who appear.
graduate women were selected on the
basis of outstanding scholarship and
campus leadership. The education
"Phi Beta Kappa" is also a profes-
sional organization of women engaged
The undergraduates chosen for
membership were Eva Etkin, '41, Jane
Sapp, '41, Catherine Strick, '41, Betty
Lombard, '41, Elizabeth Lyman, '41,
Doris McGlone, '41, Gertrude Frey,
'41, and Virginia Hardy, 41.
Among the graduate students to be
initiated Were Florence Blake, Elsie
Downer, Helen Ellis, Margaret Trim-
ble, Katherine Truax, Ruth Matchner,
Ruth Kremers, Dorothy Erxleben,
Jessie Miller, Ruth Hartke and Gwen-
Formal initiation will be held at
5:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Henderson
Room of the League. The program
will be headed by Miss Grozer.
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By A. P. BLAUSTEIN
Back in 1934 an employe of the
mechanical engineering shop, W. E.
Hawhorn, procured a tin cup, a tin
funnel and two tin spoons with which
he proceeded to make the now fam-
ous Spoofuncup, one of the most
coveted honors that can be won by
a member of the engineering faculty.
Tuesday night the trophy will be
awarded for the seventh time to the
most "popular-unpopular" professor
of 1940 at a dinner of the American
Society of Mechanical Engineers at
6:30 p.m. in the League.
The idea of presenting such an
award was first conceived by L. V.
Colwell of the metal processing de-
partment who at that time was a
member of the A.S.M.E. The first
winner was John Grennan also of
the metal processing department who,
it is said, really earned the title of
"Man Who Can Take It" at the 1934
Four of the former winners have
been asked to serve as judges for this
year's contest, Grennan, Prof. Walter
E. Lay of the automotive engineering
department, Prof. Axel Marin of the
mechanical engineering department
and Prof. Henry L. Kohler of the
automotive engineering department.
The otier two recipients of the "lov-
ing cup" are the late Dean Henry C.
Anderson and the late Prof. J. E.
Emswiler of the mechanical engin-
In actual construction the Spoo-
funcup is a very simple object con-
sisting merely of a funnel welded in
a vertical position on an inverted cup
flanked by two tin spoons. From its
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various parts the trophy received its
Elaborate plans have been made by
the student members of the A.S.M.E.
to really run their profs "through
the mill" on Tuesday. "This is our
one chance a year to get back at them
(the faculty) ", one engineer said.
"and we're going to make the most
The unlucky six who will be put
through their paces by Ann Arbor's
mayor, Prof. Walter C. Sadler, of
the transportation engineering de-
partment, are as follows:
Prof. John A. Van den Brek of
the engineering mechanics depart-
ment, Prof. A. H. White of the chem-
ical engineering department, Prof.
Ben Dushnik of the mathematics
department, Prof. John M. Nickelsen
of the. mechanical engineering de-
partment, Prof. Lewis N. Holland of
the electrical engineering department
and William F. Bone of the metal
Rest, Care Are
To Evade Colds
With snow on the ground and a
slushy thaw on the way, all minor
illnesses-yes, colds-should be at-
tended to with more than usual cau-
tion, Dr. Warren D. Forsythe, direc-
tor of health service, warned yes-
A sniffle and chill may develop in-
to influenza or pneumonia within a
few days, Dr Forsythe said.
Suggested treatment is warm, dry
clothing and plenty of sleep, even for
those who feel themselves to be in
perfect health. When the first in-
dications of a cold appear, he said,
the victim should put himself to bed
and stay there for as long as he can,
drink fruit juices, avoid starchy
foods to keep the bowels open.
br. Forsythe mentioned reports of
a minor influenza epidemic in Calif-
ornia. There does not appear to be
any danger of that epidemic spread-
ing as far eastward as Ann Arbor,
he said, but the epidemic does bring
to mind that influenza comes without
He indicated that there has been
no appreciable increase in the num-
ber of colds reported to health ser-
vice within the past days and re-
peated his warning that no cold is
too minor to deserve attention.
Alpha Phi Omega
Richard G. Schoel, '43E, was elect-
ed president of the newly-inducted
local Gamma Pi chapter of Alpha Phi
Omega, national service fraternity,
at its meeting in the Union this week.
Other officers of the service group
to be installed Dec. 18 are Robert G.
W. Brown, '42E, vice-president; Mar-
vin Radom, '41, treasurer; John H.
Hoglund, '42, recording secretary;
Irving C. Koval, '42E, alumni and cor-
responding secretary; Leo Jachowski,
Jr., '41, sergeant-at-arms; and John
Duff, '43E, historian.
Schoel, due to his election as presi-
dent, will be one of the two delegates
of the local chapter to the national
convention of Alpha Phi Omega in
Ch r isM
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