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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1947

Candidates' Statements

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Engineering college class offi-
cers will be chosen in a general
election to be held tomorrow. The
qualification statements of the
candidates for contested offices,
which appear below have been
edited because of The Daily's
space limitations.
The remainder of the statements
will be published tomorrow.
Senior Class
Nominees for the vice-presi-
dency of the senior class:
Grayson Hill.. .
Because of my experience in col-
legiate functions at Kalamazoo
College, Princeton University, and
at Michigan, I feel well qualified
for the position of vice-president
of the senior class, and will at-
tempt to present a well balanced
and beneficial program.
Leigh P. Smith...
Because of my past experiences
as president of my fraternity and
as a member of the Inter-Frater-
nity Executive Council, I believe
that I am sufficiently familiar
with the organizational conduct
of University affairs to competent-
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ly enter into them in an executive
capacity.. .
Richard A. Dugan .. .
I propose to work to the best of
my ability, in cooperation with the
other class officers, to maintain
and strengthen the class' position
as an important class group, and
more important, to derive such
benefits as will be for the good of
the class itself.
Harry A. Smith ...
My aim is to unite the class of
'48 to better serve the engineering
school and to promote class ac-
tivities.I always participated in
school activities and am Inter-
Guild social chairman.
* * *
Nominees for treasurer of the
senior class:
E. R. Price . .
On the basis of financial expe-
rience as treasurer of several or-
ganizations and participation in
both high school and collegiate ex-
tra-curricular functions, I feel
that I am fully qualified to serve
in the position as Treasurer of the
Senior Class.
. H. Baldwin .,..
If elected Treasurer of the Sen-
ICHIGAN
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ior Class I will extend a sincere
effort to do a thorough and effi-
cient job. I have had a year's ex-
perience as housemanager of my
fraternity and am a member of
the Student Legislature.
Robert D. Glauz...
As staff photographer on the
Michigan Technic for two years I
have become acquainted with the
problems of the engineering stu-
dents; and, majoring in Engineer-
ing-Mathematics, I have exten-
sively studied financial matters
and feel well qualified to handle
our class' money.
* *
Junior Class
Nominees for president of the
Junior Class:
Bruce Lockwood.. .
My qualifications are: Ticket
Chairman J-Hop; President Theta
Xi fraternity; Fleet Captain,
Michigan Sailing Club; Secretary
Treasurer, IFC; Quarterdeck:
member IFC Executive Council.
I feel that I can pi'esent a pro-
gram of interest and value to all
Juniors in the Engineering School.

LeRoy Weinstein ...
In seeking the office of President
of the Junior Class, I offer as my
main qualification a sincere inter-
est in the welfare of my classmates
as individuals and as an organi-
zation. My plans consist of advo-
cating the desires of the majority
of the class.
Hugh D. Kennedy ...
It will be my policy as Junior
President, to emphasize the neces-
sity for the engineer to be a well-
rounded student instead of just a
specialist. I will promote and sup-
port all class and campus func-
tions to the utmost of my ability.
William G. Wolber ...
My qualifications are: member
AICheE, staff of the Michigan
Technic, member of Phi Eta Sig-
ma honor fraternity. I will foster
more and better Junior Class ac-
tivities, get-togethers between the
Junior class, and the members of
the faculty teaching Junior level
subjects, a just return on class
dues.
Nominees for secretary of the
Junior Class:

Roger E. Kueld . . . Junior level subjects. A just return
on class dues.
I will collaborate to the fullest * *
extent with the elected president E 1

to insure active participation of
the Junior Class in all academic
and social functions pertaining to
the Engineering School. I am a
member of Triangle, Engineering
fraternity; a member of ASCE,
and am on the feature staff of the
Michigan Technic.
Donald Lee Barnett...
Qualifications: Inter-Guildl
Council representative, member ofj
Sigma Rho Tau, member of Theta
Xi fraternity. If elected I will help
to promote a program of interest
and value that will benefit the
class both socially and academi-
cally.
Bennett Housman . .
Qualifications: Managing Edi-
tor of the Michigan Technic, and
service on committees of campus
engineering organizations. If elect-
ed, I will foster more and better
Junior Class activities. For ex-
ample, I plan get-togethers be-
tween the Junior Class and the
members of the faculty teaching

n o pomore
Nominees for president of
Sophomore Class:

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Harvey E. Schatz .. .
Since entering the University, I,
have continually been interested,
in the student affairs of the En-
gineering College, and will pro-
mote the interests of our class. I
was class president during my first
and second semesters as a senior in
high school, and, in addition, I was
a member of the student council.
Albert Hyma ...
During my college career I have
taken an active interest in extra-
curricular and Engineering col-
lege events. As president I would
strive to give the Sophomore class
a well-rounded calendar of events
that would promote friendship and
be of value to members of the
class.
Harry D. Evans .
If elected I plan to promote a
closer relationship between Sopho-
more Engineering students. This
could be accomplished by having
such class activities as smokers,
hay rides, and a Sophomore En-

gineering Prom. Qualifications:
former member Athletic and So-
cial Committee of Michigan House,
Wolverine Club. Rose Bowl Ball
Committee, member of Kappa Sig-
ma fraternity.
Alan H. Anderson .. .
I feel qualified for the position
of secretary of the Sophomore
Class because I have participated
in such activities as varsity foot-
ball and the Michigan Union, and
in high school was president of my
senior class.
* * *
Freshmen
Freshman Class running unop-
posed:
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Walter Dublanica.. .
I feel that I can meet the quali-
fications for the office of President
of the Freshman Engineering class
on the basis of my previous expe-
rience in high school and will
carry out my responsibilities to the-
best interests of the freshman
class.
* * *
Robert Preston . . .
My qualifications for the posi-
tion of Freshman Engineerng Class
Secretary are active participation
in such extra-curricular activities
as the U. of M. Sailing Club and
the Frosh Track Team, and the
desire to participate in thehactivi-
ties of my class and school as
much as possible.

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35c until 5 P.M.

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FOR RENT
$1.00 RENTS BIG UTILITY TRAILER
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DOUBLE ROOM for male students. 6
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DOUBLE ROOM in private home for
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MOVING something west? Will ex-
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WANTED PASSENGERS: Driving to vi-
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Return Sunday. Call Bill Crocker,
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Larry Cate, 2-2565. )74
RIDE WANTED from Ann Arbor to
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LOST AND FOUND
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LOST: Ladies' Elgin wrist watch be-
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LOST: On or near campus. SAE fra-
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call 8390. )33
LOST: Will person who got wrong
camel hair coat at Kenton dance
please contact R. F. Ladd at 9299
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LOST: Black purse at game Saturday
in vicinity of Section 4. Contains
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LOST: Red plaid umbrella at football
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Let us give thanks
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T DOESN'T SEEM like a great deal to be able to walk into
a drug store and have the best service, the most worthwhile com.
moditics, and the most expertly compounded prescriptions at your"
beck and call. No, it doesn't seem like a great deal until disease
or illness strikes. It is then that we realize how valuable the drug
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