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65 Students
Make All A's
Perfect Records Won
Despite Upset Conditions
Despite the war and upset condi-
tions prevailing on campus, sixty-five
students made an all "A" record last
semester in the College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts, and the School
of Public Health, it was announced

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Included on the list are Mary Eliza-
beth Alexander, Ruth Appelton, Paul
Raymond Barker, Hazel Rice Batche-
lor, Lois Elizabeth Brandenburg, Joan
Lysbeth Clarke, Ruth Scott Collins,
James R. Conant, Beth E. Cook, John
B. Cornell, Robert Crary, Jr., William
B. Dale, Lois V. Davis, Shelby Lee
Dietrich, Betty L. Dingler, Rosa M.
Feigenbaum, Eleanor L. Finkel, Her-
bert J. Fisher, Jennie M. Fitch, Mar-
garet M. Garritsen, Elizabeth J.
Green, John 'H. Griffith, Leanor E.
Grossman.
The list continues with Kathleen
Mildred Hood, Edward H. Horstkotte,
John P. Hunt. Walter R. Johnson, Jr.,
Alton P. Juhlin, Roy Land, Bernard
Larner, Anna V. La Rue, Stella Lew-
kowicz, Josiah A. McHale, George A.
Male, Natalie E. Mattern, William S.
Maxwell, Harry E. Moses, Hester M.
Myers, Deborah J. Parry, Theodore
E. Peck, Robert M. Petteys, Ann Mer-
ry Podoley, Doris B. Rabinowitz,
Ralph A. Raimi, Charlotte L. Robbins,
Don W. Robinson.
The list concludes with Marian
Schnee, Tom Schoepfle, Albert B.
Shachman, Catherine Whiting Shil-
son, Helen F. Simpson, Isadore M.
Singer, Constance A. Taber, Ann L.
Terbrueggen, Frank L. Tobey, Flor-
ence R. Tucker, Helen E. Hellmeuth
Walker, David V. Wend, William J.
Westmaas, Ferne E. Wheeler, Lester
M. Wolfson, and Dorothy J. Zabin.
All "A" records in the School of
Public Health were made by Fernan-
do A. Aragon, Jack C. Haldeman, and
Tegualda Ponce-Vargas.
linic To Examine
Speech Corrections
Members of the faculty of the
Speech ,Clinic will go to Highland
Park Tuesday to examine and certify
grade school and high school students
for work in speech correction classes.
Prof. H. Harlan Bloomer, director of
the clinic, announced that approxi-
mately 300 children will be examined
for this special work.
. Examining students in regard to
needed speech correction is one of
the services given by the Speech Clin-
ic as a measure of cooperation with
the State Department ofjPublic In-
struction.

BETTY HARVt ERIC ZALENSKI
Betty Harvey and Eic Zalenski were recently appointed Women's
and Sports editors of The Michigan Daily for the present semester.
'VICE-GOVERNOR':
Prof. Ford Laftded as State's
New Business Administrator

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When Prof. Robert S. Ford last
week was appointed head of the
State's newly created Department of
Business Administration, observers of
state government called him a "vice-
governor."
To this important new post, Prof.
Ford took years of experience in the
field of government. Ie headed the
University's Bureau of Government at
the time of his appointment and was
constantly directing studies in Michi-
gan's government.
Governor Kelly said of him:
"I'm satisfied that Dr. Ford, on the
basis of his education, ability and
experience, is the type of man I had
in mind when I asked the legislature
to provide by law for a business ad-
ministrator to act under my personal
supervision and to be strictly respons-
ible to me."
Here's how Prof. Ford got his quali-
fications for the job:
He headed the Bureau of Govern-
ment since 1937. That Bureau is a
research agency which studies the
problems of government in Michigan.
With the Bureau, Prof. Ford super-
vised preparation of a manual of ad-
ministrative agencies in the state
which comprehensively gave the pic-
ture of the complicated structure.
He also directed preparation of an
intense investigation on state finan-
ces from 1913 to 1940 which the gov-
ernor called "one of the most compre-
hensive studies of financing of state

government that has been issued in
any state."
Prof. Ford, teaching in the econom-
ics department, had formerly taught
at Princeton and Columbia Universi-
ties. He served as research investi-
gator for the New York state tax com-
mission in 1930 and 1931 and was an
agricultural economist with the De-
partment of Agriculture in 1933 and
1934.
Many books on the field of taxation
and government were written by him
and he belongs to many professional
organizations of economists and pub-
lic administrators.
Ordnance Men To Receive
Trainig in Grad School
Twenty civilian. employes of the
U.S. Oydnance Department will be
trained as tabulating machine super-
visers by the Division for Emergency
Trainingstarting Monday, Prof. Mar-
vin L. Niehuss, head of the Division,
announced yesterday.
Eight weeks of instruction will be
givn under the supervision of Alan
Meacham in the University's tabulat-
ing station located in the graduate
school. Graduates of the course will
then go on duty at Army ordnance
depots.
Instruction will be given under a
contract with the federal government.

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