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Candidates' Statements

Statements of candidates for
senior class offices in the educa-
tion school follow. For president:
Janet Osgood .. .
After spending many hours of
work in various campus activi-
ties, I would consider it an honor
to represent the senior class as
president. This office also holds
many responsibilities, which I
pledge to fulfill to the best of my
Anita Sobel*...
My platform is simple: Good
class administration now, and
better alumni organization and
meetings "hereafter."
Leonard Ford ...
I believe that my affiliations
with Omega Psi Phi Fraternity,
the M Club, the Men's Physical
Education Club, the Sphinx and
the Education Club attest to my
possessing the necessary qualifi-
cations for the office of president
of the senior class.
Lewis Horton ...
I feel that I am particularly
qualified for class president by:
a sincere interest in, and an earn-
est desire to serve my class, now
and in the years to come; a long
experience in thetvarious offices
of several organizations; and per-
manent residence in Ann Arbor
close to Alumni headquarters.
Clarence Smigiel ...
I believe that an officer of a
class should represent the will of
the class as a whole. Furthermore,
he should be willing to give his
support to suggestions made by
individuals when they are for the
good of the class. If I am elected
to office, you, fellow students, will
be heard!
Gerry Fahrenkof .. .
On the cornerstone of sound
education rests our American
democracy. Free thought stems
from a population taught by
trained educators. We education
students of the class of '48 should
strive for higher goals to be wor-
thy of our profession and'the trust
of the nation. To this end I pledge
my efforts.
For vice-president:
Betty Gibbs ...
have served as president of
Henderson House council and as
president of several organizations
at Port Huron Junior Council as
well as serving on the Student
Council. These have given me ex-
perience in the administration of
students groups. I would consider
it an honor to serve as vice-pres-
ident of the senior class.
Naida Chernow ...
I have been interested in the
activities of the University and
the education school. Will be glad
to serve the senior class now and
after graduation through alumni
groups. Will try to make this

school more friendly and give
opportunity for all to have voice
in activities of the school.
For secretary:
Beverly Reeder .. .
Since I have been secretary of
my house for two years, I feel that
I am qualified for the position of
secretary of the senior class of
the education school. It would be
a great honor if I were elected.
Mrs. Theda Drake ...
I would appreciate the honor
of being elected secretary of my
class. I have held comparable
offices in high school and college
and therefore feel qualified. I am
interested in the education school
and currently I am a member of
the undergraduate Student Advi-
sory Committee.
For treasurer:
Kurt Kampe ...
I offer my activities as a mem-
ber of the executive committee of
Phi Epsilon Kappa, the honorary
professional physical education
fraternity, and treasurer of the
Men's Physical Education Club as
testmony of my ability to be a
capable treasurer for our senior
Dorothy Woodbury,. .
I feel that I am qualified to be-
come an officer of the senior
class of the education school. I
shall attempt to carry out the
wishes of the class members and
to perform the duties of my of-
fice to the best of my ability.
Mabel Holmes ...
As an officer of the graduating
class I would continue to active-
ly represent the education school
graduates as I have the under-
graduates for the past two years.
This representation has been as
a two-year member of the under-
graduate Education Advisory
Committee, past staff member and
present editor of Inkwell, student
Mary Lou Marsh .. .
I should be very glad to serve
the graduating class of the edu-
cation school as your treasurer if
you so desire. I have been a -mem-
ber of WAA and a member of the
central committee of Olympic
Ball, 1946-1947.
Other candidates who did not
submit statements are: for vice-
president - Camille Ayo, Jack
Weisenburger, for secretary -
Edith Resmick, Paul Wolfthal;
and for treasurer, Richard
Bodycombe, Doris DeFoe and
and Margaret Zirbes.
Hartman To Broadcast
Dr. Frank W. Hartman of the
Henry Ford Hospital will speak on
"The Microscopic Diagnosis of
Cancer" at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow
over WKAR, East Lansing, through
Broadcasting Service facilities.


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