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/SigDAY An, "17,- I?47-

THfE- MICHIGAN- GAILY

List of Honor Students Completed .. .

MIDE'WPIOOFIN C:'GNT
RESEARCH 1 ,E1LLOWrSIP:
Louise Brough'. A.I3.
MONSANTO CHIEMiIAL WORKES
RESEARCII FE1LLOWSHIPE:
Andre DeiinB-S_ ,T.I,,'P 1'.
., Donald Shrc ts, A.1,_. . 1>"
F. C. AND SUSAN EASTMAN
NEWCOMB1E FELLOW~SIP IN
PLANT PHYSIOLOGY:
Cheng Tsui, B.S., A.M., 11i.
PARKE, DAVIS AND COMPANY
FELLOWSHIP:
Arthur Zambito, B.S. (Cliem.),
M.S., +A 1'
PARKE, DAVIS AND COMPI~ANY
POSTDOCTORAL FEL.LOSII;
W. Frederick Huber, Ph.D.
HENRY A. PARKER
FELLOWSHIPS:
James Baker, A.B., A.M. ; Theo-
dore Kleinhans, B.A., M.A.
MARGARET*KRAUS RAMSI)ELL
FELLOWSHIP :
'Walter Kuyawski, B.B.A.
SCHOEN-RENE FELLOW SHIPS:
Stephen Beckwith, B.S., M.F. :
James Rcwbury, Jr., B.S.
STABLE OXYGEN ISOTOPES
RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP:
Edward North, B.S. (Chem.,
mSTANDARD OIL CMAYOF
CALIFORNIA GRADUATE
FELLOW SHIP:
aFloyd Preston, B.S., B.S.E. (Ch.
STANOLIND OIL AND GAS
#COMPANY FELLOWSHIP:
Walter Studhalter, B.S., MV.A.E.
UNIVERSITY OF TrUC UMAN
EXCHANGE FELLOWSH, iP3:
.Salomon Freiberg, C.E.
WESTINGHOUSE FELLOWSHIP
IN ELECTRICAL E-NGI NEERI11NG;,
John Iffland, B.E.. "
WOLVERINE TRIJFIN
FELLOWSHIP:
Donald Robinson, B. S. Ch. E.,
f_ M.S.

+'v+4; Oscar Feldman, A.B., M.B.
A., 1P, 4,1K, 4'l(4; Paul -Fertig,
A.B., M.B.A., 1311"; George Gustaf-
son, B.A., M.B.A.
aull(If, Han, A.B., M.B.A.
II; John Hartman, B.B.A.;
'Iheodore, Herrick, Jr., B.B.A., 41K4';
John odkaB.B.A, f'r , ( K4:
Paul Kircher, B.B.A, M.B.A., 11'
('K+1; Burton Kolb, A.B. ; Steven
Kuric, B.B.A.; Gilbert Lee, Jr.,
B.A., M.B.A., I3I'v, 4K,,P; Orville
t,eiko, A.B., 13I'2. 4'111(, 'L'1(4, 4' ;
~obert Lill, B.A., +K4; Arthur
I A(.k, B.B.A., B !; Leo Newcombe,
BB.A., I K(T); Watson Pierce, B.
Clayton Pilcher, A.B., M.B.A.,
PI' 4'; Stewart Rewoldt, B.B.A.,
B1 I,~' +K+; George Robb, B.S.C.;
1 igh Roberts, A.B., <1>h11; Will
Scott, A.B., M.B.A., 131'y; Daniel
thaw, A.B., B r'!, +K); Arthur Sil-
verstein, B.B.A.; Harold, Soper,
B.A., 3I's; Robert Stelzer, B.B.A.,
''4;Robert Wooster, A.B., BP ,
4'H , (I) ); Arthur Zwierschke,
Forestry School
C17ADUAT.E STUDENTS.
SELECTED) FOR OUTSTANDING
ACHIEVEMENT:
John Bork, :!-; Roy Grizzell,
B.S.F., 1'-; Gene Hesterberg, B.S.
F.. M.F.; Edward Kotok, B.S.,
M.F., 1=; William MacConnachie,
B.S.F., 1, 4'K(P; Jose Marrero,
B.S.Agr., M.F,, 1_; Peter Speek,
B.S.; Oliver Wallace, B.S., B.S.F.,
M.F., ~~ Walter Zillgitt, B.S., .
14 BIT -- SCHIOOL OF MUSIC..
GRADUATE STUDENTS
SELECTED FOR OUTSTANDING
ACHIIEVEMVENT:
Edwyn Hames, A.B., 1K A, +'K(';
Edwin Kruth, B.Mus., 4'K4'?; John
4' .rnes Wolfe, B.Mus., 4K'

AMERICAN BUREAU OF
SHIPPING PRIZE :
Stanley Stianson, <411l~.
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF
ARCHITECTS BOOK AWARD:
wulija Oberctile, Ti
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF
ARCHITECTS MEDAL:
Charles Pearman, TITA, 'P14
PAUL F. BAGLEY SCHOLAR-
SHIPS IN CHEMISTRY:
Louis Freimiller, (PKfi, 441"', Wil-
liam McDonell, <'BK, 4K f), Simon
Mandlebaum Scholar.
YIENRY M. BATES AWARD:
John Huston. A.B., (P13K, 4'K4.
BRONSON-THOMAS PRIZE
IN GERMAN :
Sophia Holley.
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN
PRIZE IN POLITICAL SCIENCE:
Donald MacCoul, 'B K, 4'>K4,
+111; Patricia Williams, 1131i, 4' 4',
A AA, Abbott Scholar,
CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY OF
ANN ARBOR SCHOLARSHIP:
Emil Raab.
CHI OMEGA PRIZE IN
SOCIOLOGY:
Ann Wallerstein, AKA.
CHINESE CULTURAL
SCHOLARSHIPS :
Robert Brower, A.B., ('K4'>; Rob-
in Drews, A.B., A.M.; Robert Mil-
ler; Ralph Spielman, A.B.
CLASS OF 1908 LAW MEMORIAL
SCHOLARSHIP :
John Huston, A.B., (43K, 4')K(P.
HOWARD B. COBLENTZ PRIZE:
William Buchanan, Jr,, B.S.E.
(Trans.), T1311.
DELTA SIGMA PI KEY AWARD:
Leo Newcombe, B.B.A., 4K<1'.
ELEANOR CLAY FORD
TESTIMONIALS IN DEBATE:
Beatrice Jean Brown; Virginia
Hyde; Elvira Smolinski.
WINIFRED S. GETTEMY
SCHOLARSHIP IN SPEECH:
Harriet Risk.
MOSES GOMBERG SCHOLAR-
SHIP IN CHEMISTRY:
Gene McArtor, 4,13 K, 4K+,4'
JANE HIGBIE AWARD
IN DESIGN:
John Page.
BURKE AARON HINSDALE
AWARD:
George Mallinson, A.B., A.M.,
4K4.
AVERY HOPWOOD AND JULE
HOPWOOD AWARDS:
Major Awards:
(Recipients for 1945-1946)
John Merewether, A.B., A.M. ;
Shirley Robin, A.B., A.M.; Jose-
phine Eckert, A.B., A.M.; Russell
LaDue, Jr., A.B.; Clara Laidlaw,
A.B., A.M., fl A , <I BIK; Kathleen
Thumin, A.B.; James Baker, A.B.,
A.M.
Minror Awards:
(Recipients for 1945-46)
Mary Echols, A.B.Ed.; John Ing-
wersen, Jr.; James Land, A.B.;
Eugene Van Buren.

Sumnmer Awards:
(Recipients for 1946)
Mary Echo ls, A.B .Ed.; Robert
True; Barbara Carter; Richard
Flewell, B.Mus., A.M.: Laurence
Mascott, A.B.; Keith Cox, A.B.;
Sister Mary O'Connor, A.B., A.M.
FRESHMAN AWARDS:
(Recipients for 1946-1947)
Walter Hansen; Margaret Prine,
AA-A; Darwin Sampson; Frances
Suffness ; Frank Whitehouse, Jr.,
+I'I 2; Jennifer Stevens; Robert
Wagner, Jr.; Lee Woodruff, Jr.;
Anna Sandberg; Jennifer Stevens;j
Robert Wismer, +111.2
INTERCOLLEGIATE CONFER-
ENCE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
MEDAL :
Paul White.
KOTHE-HILDNER PRIZES IN
GERMAN:
Carroll Barber; William Miller.
EITA KROM PRIZE IN
SOCIOLOGY:
Basil Zimmer, AK.A.
ELIZABETH SARGENT LEE
MEDICAL HISTORY PRIZE:
(Recipient for 1945-1946)
Bernard Agranoff, <DK4), 4+131,~
LEHN AND FINK PRIZE IN
PHARMACY:
Roger Booth, P X, 4K4.
MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW
BOARD:'
James Bliss, A.B.; Robert Car-
don, A.B.; Edwin Deal, A.B.; John
Dykema, A.B.; Robert Eifler, B.S.;
Cornelia Groefsema, A.B., 4K+4;
Robert Hancox, A.B.; John Hus-
ton, A.B., (1K, (1,K4); Howard Ja-
cobs, A.B. ; Shubi'ick Kothe, A.B.
Ted Kubiniec, B.S.; Eugene Lat-
tin, A.B. ; Joseph Morency, Jr.,
A.B.; John O'Connor, A.B.; John
Riehm, Jr., B.S.; Frank Roegge,
A.B.; Richard Scatterday, A.B.;
Robert Walsh, A.B.; Philip West-
brook. Jr., A.B.
MU PHI EPSILON AWARD:
Patricia Baumgarten, AA.
CHARLES LATHROP PACK
FOUNDATION PRIZE" IN

FORE-STRY:
Lorenzo Lewis,
WIL.LIAM HAROLD PAYNE
AWARD:
Willard Bateson, B.S., 44('.
PHI BETA KAPPA JUNIOR
AWARD:
(Recipient for 1945-1946)
Marjorie Van Eenam, +R4K, 4h4),
A AA.
PHI KAPPA PHI ANNUAL
SCHOLASTIC AWARD:
(Recipient for 1945-1946)
Joy Rasmussen, A.B.Ed., II1A,
j +K4.
PHI LAMHDA UPSILON AWARD
IN CHEMISTRY AND
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING :
Edward Baker,,I'BL(, 44 11; David
Inglis.
PHI SIGMA SCHOLARSHIP
AWARD:
Robert Short, B.A., M.S., 4) :.
RHO CHI PRIZES IN
PHIARMACY :
Henry Godt, Jr., 1122I ; Robert
Oxenger, B .S.; Kenneth Riebe,
41'lI2; Harold Scovill, Jr.
SIGMA ALPHA IOTA AWARD:
Lorraine Zeeuw, AAA.
SIGMA DELTA CHI RECOGNI-
TION IN JOURNALISM:
Scholarship Awards:
Bernard Lyons; Walter Murphy,
Jr.; James Rhea; Robert Wright.
Outstanding Graduate:
James MacDonald.
ALBERT A. STANLEY MEDAL
IN MUSIC:
Kathryn Karch, HIKA, (11K, 4K4),
Elsa Stanley Gardner Scholar,
Dormitory Scholar.
ARTHUR C. TAGGE
SCHOLARSHIPS :
Charles Pearman, TyA, 4'K D;
Robert Siegel, T''A.
HIOWARD M. WIGHT
MEMORIAL PRIZE :
Robert Patterson, B.S.F., M.S.
WOMAN'S NATIONAL FARM
AND GARDEN ASSOCIATION
SCHOLARSHIP:
Wayne Tody.

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THANKS.. to the AMERICAN
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Schol ofGPubiic HCealth School
K SCIIO( ~f (;1AflUTE STUDENTS
BtUsifess A(Il'Uflistratit~tI SELEC"TED FOR OUTSTANDING
ACHIEVEMENT:
GRADUATE STUDENTS Harold Barrett, A.B., M.D.;
SELECTED FOR OUTSTANDING Leonard Board, B.S.C.E., 4)K4);

ACHIEVEMENT:
Stanton Allen, B.S.E.(ME)
41I;_Robert Begle, A.B., 1;
Louis Cohen, B.B.A., (R4), :eonard
Crane, B.A.; f.ames Dent. A.B.,
]1' ,(1(4;Wilfred Engel, A.B.,
Izvestia dChar e
MOSCOW, April 26- (A') -A
commentator in Izvestia charged
today that the American program
of aid to Greece and Turkey was
keeping the government cris
boil-ing in Finland.
The wiriter said "reactionaries"
Swere seeking the support of "for-
eign expansionist circles"' and "as
far, as one may judge from the
Finnish press the American pro-
gram of aid' to Greece and Tur-
b.key was hailed by rejoicing by
some right trends in Finland."

Ruth Dunham, B.S., M.D., 4)K(;
Marion Fisher, A.B., M.D.; James
Jenkins, B.S. ;: Albert Russell,
D.D.S.; Isadore Seeman, B.S., +'K(';
V ergil Slee, A.B., M.D.,I4K4.
Special Awards
BASED ON OUTSTANDING
ACHIEVEMENT IN
PARTICULAR FIELDS:
ALPHA CHI SIGMA CHEMISTRY
AWARD:
Carl Sanders, ''31 2,4K'
<h11 2
ALPHA KAPPA PSI
MEDALLION:
(Recipient for 1945-1946)
Benj amin Lockhart, 1 1'I', <PKfi;
(.Recipient for 1946-1947)
Robert Phillips, 11'22
ALPHA RHO CHI MEDAL:
Robert Gaede, B.Arch. (Arch,
E.).

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Scafs and Handkecrchiefs for every occasion. Embroi-
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pastel embroidered or plain sets to adid a touch of spring^
to her bathroom, and many other intcrcsting items.
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