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SVWDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1947

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Candidates'

Statements

A president, vice-president, sec-
retary and treasurer of the senior
class of the Literary College, andj
three members of the Board in
Control of Student Publications
will be elected by the campus
Thursday.
The following are qualification
statements submitted by the can-
didates:
Senior Class
Officers
Nominees for the presidency of
the senior class:
Arthur Rebel DerDerian1
My qualification are as follows:
J-Hop 1948, Executive Council
Michigan Union, co-chairman
Varsity Night 1945, Sphinx Honor
Society, Michigan Daily editorial
staff, charter member of AVC and
VO, publicity chairman for Olym-
pic Ball, Homecoming, WSSF,
SOIC, and the Student Govern-
ment, when first being organized.
* *** .
Dennis Youngblood ..
In petitioning for the position
of Senior Class Officer I consider
myself qualified by reason of the
following: Service as general
chairman of the 1947 J-Hop,
membership in Sphinx, junior

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honorary society, service as bat-
talion commander of both the
Marine V-12 unit, and the NROTC
unit at the University, and mem-
bership in Sigma Chi social fra-
ternity. I have served as secretary
and as treasurer of the last men-
tioned organization.
* * *
Nominees for the vice-presi-
dency of the senior class:
Betty Eaton . .
I wish to run for vice-president
of the Senior Class in the literary
college, because of my interest in
campus activities and in the Uni-
versity. I feel that I am qual-
ified to represent the seniors.
Qualifications: WAA Board for
three years, WAA president this
year, League Council, Scroll Hon-
orary Society, Ticket Chairman of
Soph Cabaret and of Michigras,
Pi Beta Phi social fraternity.
* * *
Mary Ellen Gray .. .
Your Senior Class officers can-
not coerce the class-they can
only guide it with your support. If
elected vice-president, I will do
my best to work with you in unit-
ing the spirit of '48 into a lasting
spirit.
Qualifications: Soph Cabaret,
JGP, Orientation Advisor, Chi
Omega, president, Publications.
Pearl Klausner . . .
My extra-curricular and scho-

lastic record attained and main-
tained during by past three years
on this campus qualify me for the
position of vice-president of the
Senior Class. I have served ac-
tively on the Student Legislature
as Varsity Committee chairman.
I have held three central commit-
tee posts in the League. I am also
at present vice-president of my
sorority and of Mortarboard, na-
tional senior honor society.
* * *
Nancy Neumann ...
Soph Cabaret Central Commit-
tee, JGP Dance Chairman, J-Hop
Central Committee, Orientation
Advisor, Social Committee, Michi-
gras Publicity, Member of Scroll,
Zeta Phi Eta: National Speech.
Arts fraternity. If I'm elected I'll
certainly make every effort to do
a good job in fulfilling the duties
of the office of vice-president.
* * *
Jay L. Singer . . .
I have been a student at the
University for my entire college
curriculum. During that time, I
have maintained a scholastic aver-
age of approximately 3.3 honor
points. I have been a member of
the Varsity Glee Club, the 150-lb.
football team, am a soloist in the
student production of the "Mi-
kado."
* * *
Nominees for the secretaryship
of the senior class:
Alice Carlson ...
My qualifications are: Officer of
Theta Sigma Phi, Michigan Daily,
Journalism Society, Hospital Vol-
unteer, JGP, Michigras, Alpha Phi
Convention Secretary, Merit Tu-
torial, Figure Ice Skating Club.
I hope to keep the class of '48
in touch with each other and in
close contact with the University
after graduation.
Margery Holk.*.
The senior class needs close or-
ganization and if I am elected to
the office of senior class secretary
I will strive to bring about that
organization. The class of '48 is
one that should be remembered as
distintive today and in the future.
All campus activities have had my
earnest support.
Lucile Kennedy. .

a class spirit and should be in-
tegrated.
* * *
'Kaki' Watson . .
My qualifications for the job:
Director of Junior Girls Play;
vice-president Panhellenic Asso-
ciation; President Zeta Phi Eta,
national speech arts fraternity;
Orientation advisor; member of
Scroll. I am ready and willing to
devote lots of time to the job,
and am confident that I am cap-
able of the work.
* * *
-Nominees for the treasurership
of the senior class:
Janet Cork . I
I submit herein my qualifica-
tions for treasurer of the Senior
Class. Main positions held on
campus; League Council, Drives
Chairman; Business Manager of
Michigan Daily; Junior Girls'
Play, Central Committee, Ticket
Chairman; League House Man-
ager of WAA; Sophomore Project
Summer Chairman. Member of
Wyvern and Mortarboard honor
societies and of Pi Beta Phi so-
cial fraternity.
Dick Cortright . .,
Qualifications: University of
Michigan National Student Asso-
ciation representative; Executive
Council, Michigan Union; Secre-
tary-Treasurer, East Quadrangle;
President, Tyler House.
Purpose: To develop a strong
feeling of unity with the LSA
Class of 1948; 1. Reinstatement
of traditions - Senior Hat and
Cane Days. 2. Greater Senior Ball;
3. Senior Banquet or Picnic.
* * *
Publications
Board
The following are candidates for
the three student positions on the
Board in Control of Student Pub-
lications :
Howard Baumgarten ..
Four years on campus-Sphinx,
Druids, three years on The Daily
staff-has revealed, that (1) a
new magazine of a LIFE-NEW
YORKER-HARPERS combination
type is needed and (2) the student
members of the Board must rep-
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affairs and student opinion
through former activities, includ-
ing Secretaryship of the Michigan
Union and varsity wrestling. Mem-
ber: Phi Gamma Delta, "M" Club,
Sphinx.
* * *
E. G. Davis.. .
My primary qualification is that1
I am a conservative, otherwise
known in some circles as a reac-
tionary. Secondary more technical{
qualifications include Associate
Editorship of the Vanderbilt Uni-
versity Commodore and two years
on the business staff of the Van-
derbilt Hustler. Also membership
on the Vanderbilt Student Coun-
cil and Inter-Fraternity Council.
Max Dean . .
Law '49, Michigan resident, vet-
eran. First lieutenant, USMCR.
Attended University of Michigan
for last year of undergraduate
work. Member of American Vet-:
erans Committee and Lawyers
Guild. School paper experience ed-
itorial experience as historian of
a Marine Scout Bombing Squad-
ron.
* * *
Walt Hoffman . .
If elected, I promise to do all
in my power to increase student
representation on the Board; to
urge a more vigorous, better writ-
ten, and more interesting Daily;
and to make honest, fair-minded
appointments to all publiations
staffs. Qualifi4ations: former
Daily staff writer; former Willow
Village AVC chairman.
Mary Ruth Levy .. .
Qualifications: Co-winner of
Larry Allen Award for "outstand-
ing work" as a Michigan Daily
night editor on the editorial staff;
officer in Mortarboard and Sen-
ior Society, senior women's hon-
orary societies; president of Mo-
sher Hall. Program: Better pub-
lications through response to stu-
dent opinion as determined by
surveys.
George Linzel.. ..
Treasurer, Alpha Kappa Psi,
business administration fraternity.
I believe The Daily should be
free to speak for the student body
in its relations with the Univer-
sity; that The Daily should strive
to present fairly both sides of
controversial issues; and that a
new magazine of wide student ap-
peal should be published.
Jack Martin .. .
As Daily Sports Editor last year
I became thoroughly acquainted
with its publication and policy
problems, personally acquainted
with members of the Board. With
this practical, first-hand knowl-
edge, plus the benefit of an A.B.
in journalism, I hope to uphold
intelligently the students' freedom
of expression in their publications.
* * *
Paul Sislin. .
Experience as member of the
Board in Control of Student Pub-
lications during the two previous
school years and as a former as-
sociate editor of The Michigan
Daily qualify me, I believe, for the
post. This background will aid

me in representing the students'
interest and keeping; the publica-
tion an accurate mirror of the
students' point of viewv. I am a
member of Sphinx, and of Bar-
risters, law school honorary fra-
ternity.
* * *
Bill Wake Daiy tothe
Objects: Return Daily to the
students as an instrument of con-'
solidation and means of expres-
sion in the student body; require
both sides of controversial issues.
published, whether economic, po-
litical or social; creation of a new
campus magazine to meet stu-
dent demand for humor, art, and'
photography. Qualifications: Staff
member-Daily, Ensian, and Gar-'
goyle; Photography Editor-Mich-'
iganensian.
Tom Walsh « . «
Four semesters' experience on
The Daily and with a wide variety
of other campus organizations has,
I believe, given me the background
necessary to adequately and ac-
curately represent the views and
the best interests of the student
body as one of the three student
members of the Board in Con-
trol.
* * *
Statements of candidates for
the J-Hop committee will be pub-
lished Tuesday and Wednesday,
with Soph Prom candidates' state-
ments Thursday.
Slosson Will Speak
Prof. Preston Slosson, of the
history department will be guest
speaker at a meeting of the Mich-
igan Chapter of the Inter-Colle-
giate Zionist Federation of Ameri-
ca, 8 p.m. Tuesday at Hillel
Foundation.

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Barland To Speak on Youth

Mme. Helene Barland, French
lecturer and former member of the
underground movement, will speak
on "Youth Problems in France
Today," at 8 p.m. Wednesday in
the Rackham Amphitheatre.
A graduate of Ecole du Louvre
(School of Fine Arts), Mme. Bar-
land is an expert in archaeology
and art. She has catalogued many
of the great collections of French
paintings in the United States and
Europe, and worked to prevent the
destruction or theft of French art
during the occupation.
Perhaps the most interesting
part of her career, however, was
while she served in the under-
ground, from 1941 to 1945. Her
knowledge was of practical use

during this period, when she forg-
ed identification cards for Free
French soldiers, and furnished
lodgings for Allied secret agents.
Mine. Barland has been in the
United States since January 1946
as a representative of the French
Cultural Relations Bureau, lectur-
ing on French art and its preser-
vation during the war, and also on
the many problems of reconstruc-
tion which France has to face,
Most significant of the French
difficulties from the University
standpoint is the problem of
youths whose education was dis-
rupted by the war and who are
now trying to get back to their
books, despite famine and econ-
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gently tothelp assure thatralldac-that The Daily will also mirror
genly o hlp ssue tat ll c-many blends of student opinion.
tivities of the class of 1948 would * * s
surpass those of any previous
class. Richard Billings ...
Qualifications: League Council, It is only through adequate rep-
Co-chairman of "Campus Quar- resentation in a free and enlight-
ter," Technic, Central Committee ened press that the student body
of Sophomore Project, Junior as- of the University of Michigan can
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* * * devote my efforts and interests to
Joanne Miles . . . this end, namely, to the securing
Joaneilof scholastic freedom upon this
I believe I am qualified to be campus.
secretary of the senior class. I * * *
have been in Women's Glee Club
three years, and am now public- George Darrow . .
ity-historian, Judiciary Council, I shall represent the views of
WAA Board, Daily tryout staff, the student body to the Board to
Scholarship Chairman of Gamma the best of my ability. Have gained
Phi Beta social sorority. We have wide acquaintance with campus
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