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SUNDAY, APRIL231, 1944

THliEAiHi 1G A N D A ILY

P'AGE SEVEN

Honors Convoeation Names Annued

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C IIISI TRY

Fabian Charles Adler
Forrest Donald Andersen
George Aronowitz
Russell Constantinos Atsalis
Benjamin Solomon Bergman
Melvin Joseph Berman
Kendall Albert Birr
Irwin Wesley Black
Paul Eugene Blakely
Wayne Rynning Bohrnstedt
Preston William Byington
Angelo Thomas Capriotti
Bernert S. Carter
James George Cassanos
Robert Leon L. Chilenskas
Paul Frederick Clark
William Patrick Creedon
Joseph Francis Dingman

ENGINE IERING COvURSES
William Emerson Fletcher
James Kenneth Franks
Donald Sharp Fredrickson
Howard Edmonds Gerlaugh
Lawrence Allcn Goldmuntz
D~onald Roy Gotthold
Irving Green
Thomas Richard Hancock
Harry Lee Hauser
Carroll Merton Flawkes
Alfred Carl Johnson
Abner Kaplan
Alvan Gene Karraker
John La Capra
Herman Irwin Leon
George Munro Lindeman
David Bowven Lull
Thomas John Mahler

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Kenneth R. Mahurin
Milton Markman
Geoffrey Michael Melmoth
D)onald Charles Mendoza
Kenneth Charles Naylor
Isadore Nusbaumn
Oakley TI. Neau
Griffith Ray
John Michael Salzer
Zalec Irving Skolnik
Stephen Bruce Smart, Jr.
Arthur Edward Sobey, Jr.
John Edward Solbrig
Earl Norman Solon
Eugene Edward Sterling
Thomas Joseph Tully
William Karl Vogel
Donald Kessler Weaver, Jr.

Arthur G. Anderson, A.B., M.S.,
Jean Chien-Han Chu, B.S., M.S.,
Ph.D.,,~ Barbour Scholar
John Aurie- Dean, B.S.(Chem.) ,
M.S.Chem., '
John Raymond Dice, B.S.,M.S.
Robert Flint Edgerton, A.B.,
M.S., I)AT, 1-

Richard EugIene Field, L.S.
(Chemn.), . I.8Clzen., '['AT,
Hlarm= Freun d, B.S., IMIS., (PAT,
ArnonHarr, Albert l-evn, B.S.
(Chem.), M.S.Chem., (iAT , :'
George lDana Johnson, B.A.,
Lcitoy Henry Klemm, 1L.S.

APRONS'
.1 GFd~T 1' t MOTHlERf
]> ~ltcn NMot her's wvork in the kitchen
.-glv e her <1 gay new% apron. Long and
short styles comn MbuAth percales and
sheers. H ankies and dainty linens also
make grand gifts for ;mOTHER'S DAY.

Robert Lou is Livingston, B.S.Ed.,
M.S.Chem., Ph.D., 41,
Virginia Capron Livingston, B.S,
Gloria D. Manalo, B.S.P.H.,
M.S., ~, B arbour Scholar
Peter Alan Somervail Smith,
B.S., M.S.Chem., 4,TA, Z
<pIi4
Norman Lord Wendler, A.B,
1'V.Sc., (4'AT, v ,

AlaysIRason'ably Prjic'd
GAGE LINEN SHOP
10It)NCi;Ks ARtCADE

ENGUISH
Ni'omi Agnes Gilpatrick, A.B., A.M., 4BK

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IMPORTRNT SiRLE =

THlE HORACE H. RACKHAM
SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Students selected for distinguished schoiarly waork done in special fields at the' University of Michigan.
Fellows hips and Scholars hips
HORACE HI. R ACKIAM' PRE DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS

All n 2 ar h ler ick, .S.. M ., (1'0106
Helen Laura Foster, E.S., M.S., (IK, , <11I IT, Alumni Scholar
I1tIS'TORY
Emmna ILou Tliorubrou~r, ,A.B.,M, '+11K, 'IK4'
MIATH RAMATICS

Lynn Ulf red Albers, A.B., A.M.,
Carl Allen Bennett, A.B., M.A.,

Mark Whitezel Bills, A.B., B.Mus.
Maud Eva Callis, Grad., Petri-
gymnasium, Leipzig; Cand.
Med., University of Leipzig;
Certificat d'etudes de frangais,
University of Geneva; A.M.,
PBK_.

John Frederick, Ebelke, A.B.,
A.M.
Isabella Helen Lugoski, B.S.
(Chem.), M.S., Ph.D., fl)BK,
(IK, A AA, Alumni Scholar

hlugh Zeno Norton, A.B., A.M.
Michael Joseph Rzasa, B.E., M.S.,
AT Harriet Elizabeth Smith, A.B.,

An-elin . Jane Brandt., B.S.,
Wade Ellis, B.S., M.S., (I>PK,
iI\'arccI Goldenberg, 1B.S.E.
(MetE.) ,I''

Albert A. Grau, B.S., M.S.,
,4'EK, ~ ,4K4'
Ida Roettinger Kaplan, Dipl.
Math., Swiss Federal Institute
of Technology, 14
Maurice Joseph Sinnott, B .S.E.

OF
I Reduced
SELECTED FROM OUR
REGULAR STOCK FOR
SPECIAL SELLING

Douglas Vincent Doane,

Margaret Elizabeth Bertsch, A.B.,
A.M., 4K- P
Robert Mitchell Biggs, A.B.,
A.M., r413K, t4,4
Kathleen Ethelwyn Butcher, B.A.,
A.M.
Celia Hwaguen Chao, B.Mus.
(Piano), A.B., A.M., I43K,
4K4, Barbour Scholar
Gloria D. Manalo, B.S.P.H.,
M.S., MA , Barbour Scholar
Harriet Louise Mehaffey, B.S.
Marie Evelyn Nymen, A.B., M.A.
Edith Jean Omer, A.B.
Henry Popkin, B.A.
Eugene Roberts, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.,

UNIVERSITY FELLOWSIP IS
Helen Laura Foster, B.S., M.S.,
fi3K, I-, (K(I Alumni Scholar
Albert A. Grau, B.S., M.S., 443K,
Marie Elfrieda Haefner, B.A.
Sara Jeanne Hauke, B.S., M.S.,
4':,2:, K(4, Alumni Scholar
Loraine Vista Shepard, B .A.,
M .Ed.
Ruth Caridad Silva, A.B., A.M.
Cedomir M. Sliepcevich. B.S.E.
IHrry Herman Steinhauser, Jr.,
UNIVERSITY SCIIOLARSITIPS
Erne'sto Gomez, Civ. Eng., Uni-
versidad dle Chile
Robert Earl Hayden, A.B.
George Herman, AB., M .S., 4K'I'
Thomas Paul Imse, Ph.B., M.A.,
AK[A
William Hartley Jeff rey, A.B.
Evelyn Kossoff, B.A.
Kathryn Mary Lancaster, A.B.
Robert Green McCloskey, B.A.,
A.M.
Betty Jane Meggcrs, A,..
STATE COLLEGE SCHIOLARSIPIS
Solveig Margaret Larsson, A.B.
George Peter Martin, B.Ch.E.
Jennie Ellen Master, 1B.S.
Virginia Elizabeth Rciberg, A .B.

Allyn Marsh Hlerrick, B.S., M.F.,
N
Joan Emily Hirsh, A.B., A.M.
Mary *Noka Hood, B.S., A.M.,
+112
Leonard Gustave Johnson, ARB,
AM., 44,B
Karl Otto Kuersteiner, B.M.,
M.M.
Emma Loll Thornbrough, A.B.,
A.M., '143K, 44,4
Chi-.Mou Tsang, B.S.M.E., M.S.
Suzanne Elisabeth A. vanDyke,
John Winkelman, A.B., M.S.Ed.
Hlideo Yoshihara, B.S.E. (Ae.E.),
MS., T'll, I -, (4,K4

OR I ELT.I. LCIVIL.ZATIONS
Maud Eva Callis. Grad., Pet rigvymnasium, ILeipzig ; Cand.Med., University of Leipzig; Certificat
d'etudes de frangais, University of Geneva; A.M., 413K
PIIARMIACEU'IICAL CHEMlISTIRY
Mlakepeace Uho Tsaio, B.S., M.S., uZ
PI[1"SICs
Chcug Sh0 Wang (Cbang, 1B.S., M.S., +B1 K, 1-4', Harbour Scholar
PSYC'HOLOGY

Hlarland Neil Cisney, A.B.,
Wilma Louise Eldersveld, A.B.,
M.Clin.Psychol., 41, :
Syril Aurelia Greene, A.B., 4'2;,

Sara Jeanne Haukc, 1B.5., M.S.,
''S:,1:5, ' D1', Alumni Scholar
Ililda Agnes Johnson, A.B., ,
Earlbara Jean Marshall, B.S.,
M.Clin.Psychol., 1111, 2:
mster 1Dudley Roberts. A.M.,
7N N

Samuel Waldfogel, B.5., A.M.,
Robert S. Waldrop, A.B., B.D.,
Stanley Eugene Wimberly, A.B.,

" PASTELS
" PLAIDS
" CHECKS
JUNIORS -- MLSS'

" TAILORED
" CARDIGAN
" COSTUME
- WYOFIVhLS SIZES

ZOOL.OGY

Suzanne Helen Backus, AB,
,P1K, 'K4b) AAA
Arselia Marie Block, B.A.
Roma Ratner Bordon, A.B.
Gloria Gwendolyn Brontman,
B.A.
Felice Hilda Davidson, A.B.
Marianne Steiff Finton, A.B.Ed.
Arthur Clark Gibson, B.S.E.
(C.E.)
Elaine Glass, B.S., 'P BK, (I)K4',
AAA
Donald Herbert Boumna, A.B,
A.M., AKA
Florence Louise Drake, B.A.
Edith Ellen Klaaren, B,A.

Cecil Ross Hardy,. E.S., M.S.,
Guy Norman Loofbou rrow, A.B1.,

RobIert Rush M1INiller, A.B., A.M.,
Sidney VMittlor, ES. .SPh.D.,

Robert Thomas Nieset. A .B.,
ES . A., '--
Grace Louise Orton, B.S., M.S.,

1rarnces Van Every 1Morfoot, ARB
Gladys *Ruth Reid, B.A., M.A.
Carlos Rodriguez. Civ. long., Uni-
vcrsi'lad (de Chile
Ethel Ruth Seligman, A.B.
Alphonse Paul Snyder, B.S.E;.
(C.)
Ann Elizabeth Stauffer, B.S.
D~avid Hlarry Stevenson, A.B.,
D~orothv Eloise Westlund, B.A.

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OLLINS=-

R EC IPIIENTS O[ SPECI1AL AWARDS
Based on cu/st an;dlig achieve at ent in Particular fields.
ALPHJA CIII SIGMA CHEMISTRY AWARD
Raymnondl Eugene Tate, B.S.E.(ChE&) , T HT, 'PAT, 44?4
P'AUL F. k \,ICYVSC[UM A'RSII 1'I N CHE-MISTRY
oisCRobert [reimiller, Ct'1)

LIJ3IK"RT ' AT A YNArRD
-- - Clip Here And Mail To A U. off M. Man In The Armed Forces---

Barbara 1Dorothy Smnith~, 1.S.
June Elaine Stephens, A...
L,. Marie Turner, A.B, HAO

Alien iC. lolnmes, A B

ALLIED CHEMICAL AND I) CCORPIORATION FEiLLOWSIIII
Lyle Frederick Albright, B.SE.(Ch.E.), M.S., -PAT, :
ANTERICAN PETROLEUM INSTITUTE FELLOWSIIP
Donald Olcutt Niederhauser, A.B., M.S., 'P)AT, 4)Z 'K4)
EMMA J. COLE FELLOWSHIP IN BOT'1ANY
Martha EdAith Springer, A.B., AM., w-:,2:
COMMUNITY FUND OF D)ETROIiT SCIIOtARSII II'S
Elsie Bederin, A.B. A. Nissley. Brandt, A.B., KTA lDavidWnee, A.13.
Winifred Bell, A.B., AKA, '1K, Marrika Kutrovska Cahill, 1B.S. Dorothy Robinson Wineman, A.B.
AA A
EDWIN F". CONICL.Y' SCIIOLARSIJ LI' IN GOVICRN MICN I
RuthI Caridad Silva, AlB., A.M..
DUPONT PSI'STrIA I UA'IC -.FFLLO( WSH IP I I"C fI C" [AL. I N :[C1 NG
Frcd If. Poettromi, 1.S.,NIMS.
ICIVIN C. IIINSOA111 M( l 1)\ 1~ '
LIBRAXRY SERVICE 1T;LOX\ ,Ill!'
M~argaret Fink Walker, &A., 1B.S.
AIINNI:SOTA MINING; AND) MANUJAC1T:KlN(;(COMP[ANY (IF '"T'I ATI. 1, ,IIt)\V11 'ti1
B . R g r R s , B S , 4 . M S ( I e . I AF . C . A N D SU SA N E A S T M A\N N 1CW C O M 1 IC E LI.iO W 1II ' IN P L T N F P HY SIO L O GY
Solon Albert Gordon, B.S., M.F§.
AIARGARICT KRAUIz .MSI)ICL1I F.LOWlI III'
James Raymond Terrell, A.13., 11t"' Alumni Scholai
FREDERICK STEARNS AND COMPANY FELLOtWSIP I N PHIARM ACY
Makepeace liho Tsao, 1.S., M.S., N~
Other lionior St~uJdent s
'111141", DavidI Stliel' ,, I";l (l'Jiv's.)
ANA lOMIY
E d wv a r d \ V i l l a d L a e r , 1 . . , A . Ml . , ' l ) . '1'I '; , 2 :1BA C ' I ' h ' I '
Ruth Lofgren, B.A., M.A., 'P2: 2
BIIOLOG ICAL CliI EM ST RY

Benjamin Morrison Quigg, Jr.,
B.S.

BRON OtX-Tf[OM.\S PRIZE IIN G;ERMAN
Sarah Elsegood Smythe

Shelby Lee Dietrich, AAA

WILLIAM frNN INGa i;IC\.\N I.ICIN [POLITlICAL 'SCIENCE
Ioh1111 1t(Vi b.klc off nan, A.B., 'PBK,' +K+
ITSNRY M. (C\MISIBI.I C.AS;I:CLUB AWARD)S IN THlE LAW SCHtOOL

Robert Mlson Barton, All.

Phil~ip I'Ana1imel l ianna, AlI.
W. Thcodorc 1Alarkvwood, A.B.

Williamn Taft Patrick, Jr., A.B.

CIIt)I.A11ZIIII ) 'OFI El F 111AtM NlI R 1 'IC :SOCrHIV OF ANN AR'BORZ
II \ i )< II ,\ Vli I I) ,,'T1IlONlAL SIN DEBATE

1M1argaret MaylFarumer
Barbara Hubar Levine, AA A

1 )z lot ViXirginia 151uirzck,

l)orothy Ainn Servis
Joyce Marilyn Siegan, AAA

SERVICE EDITION
ANN ARBOP,, J.1ilCII. SUNT
VISCOUNT HALIFAX spoke here tained di
Friday at the 21st annual Honors knew notl
Convocation. The British Ambas- he had n+
sador to the United States pleaded and estal
for unity among nations in- win- on the dE
ning the peace as well as in win- about Yt
ning the war. After praising the Since tli
University he spoke of the un- was in Ju
fortunate state of European uni- Mairquett(
versities at the present time. Hle son State
said that after the war there will
be many differences among the TIRE 5(
nations and times when we will opeedit,
feel like quitting altogether. This, last Thux
he said, we must not do; we must annual Ir
finish the work. Future genera- 2.500 teac
tions rightly would never forgive all overt
us for losing faith. he said, and the meet
pointed to the impossibility of Halifax,
isolationism. After the speech he Convocxti
wvas presented with an hoii(,ra y spec~Wi aa
Doctor of Laiw degree by D~r. John jahbj)ic(' n
G. Winter, chairman of t he do - n'to
Ipartment of Latin. In conclisur, , ;s ()Io to'
the audience, which complet ely r'him loHar
filled Hill Auditorium, sang "The ofteN
Yellow and Blue" and "God Savej of the Lea
the King."... The Convocation{
was held this year to honor toe
outstanding scholastic achieve - V ICTO1
ments of 613 students at the Uni- (liffieulti'
versity. Of this number 122 arc it fliedd
seniors, have at least a B average However,
and rank in the highest ten pcer in cyiclenc
cent of the class, 58 juniors, 61 Courimitte
sophomores and 97 freshmen who dent Ale,
have at least a half A and half B plainingt
average with 99 members of the also sent
Army Specialized Training Pro- Board of
gram. There were 87 graduate after obj
students who received fellowships mund C.
and scholarships who were hon- cellation<
orcd, 61 oftier honor students and las't nig4h
68 students who have received the war
special awards. sponsoredC
substitute
fered by
WILLIAM H~. PADGE'1'T is back the stude
at Jackson State Prison now. For{ diversion
a jury of eleven men and one serviceme
woman handed down a verdict of campus."
guilty of the first degree murder of enterte
against him in Ann Arbor Circuit atres, tav
Court Wednesday. Padgett, who League ax
is 50 years old, was on retrial for gram of
the murder of Clifford A. Stang. the servic
Ann Arbor patrolman, at the Con- sity hasf

P'IAY, APRIL 23, 1944
tiuring the trial that he
thing about the store, that
never been in Ann Arbor,
ablished his whereabouts
ay of the crime as in or
ork or Harrisburg, Pa.
ae previous trial, which
rne, 1936, he has been in
te State Prison and Jack-
R Prison.
(111OOLMJAS'.[ERS' CLUB
is annual convention here
irsday. It was the 58th
mleeting of the club and
Lchers and educators from
the- state were to attend
tings. Besides Viscount
who spoke at the Honors
tion, were Willys R. Peck,
assistant in the office of
iformnation in the Depart-
State and former aniabas-
Thailand, and Carl Joa-
tmbro, formerly president
rrwegian Parliament and
vague of Nations Assembly.
MY VARIETIES and the
[s, involved in presenting
down a little last week.
reverberations were still
ce. The Victory Varieties
-e sent a letter to Presi-
exander G. Ruthven ex-
their stand. Copies were
tto the members -of the
)f Regents. It was sent
jections by Regent Ed-
Shields had forced can-
of part of the show g~ven
ht.. The letter said that
has curtailed student-
d entertainment, "yet no
1e has previously been of-
,either the University or
ents to provide week-end
zfor the large number of
en now stationed on this
~It said that three forms
Gainment are offered, the-
Lveins and dances at the
.nd."unless a wider pro-
entertainment is offered
icemen here, the Univer-
failed to meet its obliga-

MIOSES C(A)5I',R ECH~Ot..\tSIhll' IN C11ISIsRV
I )a xu in A 1I 'l'yxivur 1.S. (Chcer.) , Alumni Scholar
JANE I{IE;t3I I;A XAKI) IN D)ECORATIE DESIGN
,Jifarrv Buchanan Smith, Jr., l12
IU N. II II AAR( .N II NSDALE AWARD
Wiliam L(-'<<r Martin, B.S., A.M., 'PIAR
\\'IRY 11A0 FOO) AN\I) JIICI iOPAVOOD AWA\RDS
M),AJR WARD

t

Noll] bl i o l'si lA.B1,

Nl,, 11, 1 11 tR~ I S

Daid Hvl -arrv tevcn-on, A..B.,

Poet s V
MtINOR A.WARDS
kRccipicni,, for 1942-43)
0\arialme Steiff Finton, ..d
Fiction

Max E. Chilcote, B.S., M.S.,
'FA1T, 4D' ."'

Yen-Hoon. Loo, B.A, A.M.,
Ph.D. PI('P

Robert Frank Witter, B .S., M.S.,

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