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-VIMAY..fOCfTBER 29.OMR

THE MICHIGAN DAITY

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Genealcholarsip
1946-47 1947 49 Change
Men's' Cooperative Housing ........ ..... .. ....2.72
Women's Residence Halls.............2.68 2.6$ .01
Women's Cooperative Housing...........2.63 2.68 .05
Independent Women.................. 2.61 2.65 .04
All Women ........................... 2.62 2.65 .03
General Sororities .... ............2.63 2.64 .01
-Upperclass Men's Residence Halls ........2.54 2.57 .03
Independent Men........................2.56 2.56
All Men and Women................ ....2.56 2.57 .01
All Men........................... 2.54 2.55 .01
Freshman Men's Residence Balls .........2.57 2.50 -.07
General Fraternities....................2.47 2.49 .02
Freshman Women .......................2.42 2, 6 .4
All Freshmen .... ...................2.46 2.46
Preshman Men........................ 2.49 2.40 -.03
Frate rntySchokirs i P Clwrt
Terms Point
Rank Group Counted Average
1 Kappa Nu .............................. 32 2.80
2 Zeta Beta-Tau..........................183 2.77
3 Sigma Alpha Mu .......................164 2.66
4 Pi Lambda Phi ................116 2.65
4 Triangle ..... .......................... 392.65
6 Acacia... .............................79 2.64
7 Sigma Chi .... ........................186 2.59
8 Phi Sigma Delta........................143 2.57
8 Theta Delta Chi .................. 93 2.57 j
ALL MEN .. ..........................2.55
10 Chi Phi,. ..............................120 2:53
11 Theta Chi ......... .................152 2.52
12 Sigma Alpha Epsilon ...r.......... ........154 2.51
13 Phi Delta Theta ................... ....186 2.49
13 Sigma Phi Epsilon.....................154 2.49
13 Kappa Sigma.. ......................100 2.49
13 Delta Upsilon ... .....................125 2.49
GENERAL FRATERN1ITIES ....... 2.49
,17 Trigon... ............................ 60 2.48
17 Phi Kappa Tau......................... 67 2.48
17 Theta Xi ..............................147 2.48
20 Lambda -Chi Alpha ................ 142 2.47
21 Alpha Sigma Phi .......................11 2.46
22 Phi" Sigma Kappa .......................121 2.44
22 Sigma Nui'.............................141.2.44
24 Alpha Phi Alpha ......................... 36 2.43
24 Bgeta.Theta Pi ..........................127 2.43
26, Phi Kappa Psi ..........................135 2.42
26 Alpha Tau Omega- ..................192 2.42
26 Zeta Psi........ .......................103 2.42
29 Phi Gamma, Delta .......................164 2.39
29 Psi Upsilon...........................135 2.39
31 Delta .Kappa Epsilon ....................137 2.37
32 Delta Tau Delta........................133 2.36
33 Chi, Psi..... .....................118 2.35
34 Sigma Phi .............................. 83 2.34
35 Alpha Delta Phi .................... .....125 2.30
36 Delta Chi ........ ....... . 55 2.29
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P"oint

Rank-M Group Counted Average
1 Gamma Phi Beta.... .................968 2.86
2 Sigma Delta Tau .................. .....899 2.78
3 Alpha Epsilon Phi .............. ...... ..100 2.73
4 Chi Omega......................... ..102 2.1
4 Alpha Xi Delta ....................... 93 2.71
6 Kappa Kappa Gamma ............. ..... 99 2.67
7 Alpha Omicron Pi1.... .. ................. 97 2.65
ALL WOMEN............. .................. 2.65
GENERAL SORORITIES...................... 2.64
8 Pi-Beta Phi........... ....... ........105 2.64
9 Kappa Delta ................... ....93 2.63
9 Alpha Delta 'Pi....... ............... ... 83, 2.63
9 Alpha Chi- Omega......... ... .......... 96 2.63
12 Delta Gamma........ .................. 97 2.62
13 Kappa Alpha Theta...................... 96 2.60
14 Alpha Phi.............................103 2.59
15 Alpha gamma Delta ...................101 2.58
16 Zeta Tau Alpha....... ................. 73 2.57
17 Delta Delta,,Delta........................ 98 2.52
18 Collegiate Sorosis....................... 89 2.51
19 Delta Zeta ........................... 69 2.49
Upp erciass Residence Halls
(fifty or more per ccnt of the residents of each house above
freshman level).
Terms Points
Rank Group Counted Average

1
;2
5

6
7
8
9
10
10
10
13
14
15
15
17
18
19
20
20
22
23

Mary Markley House ....................
Martha Cook Building.................
Helen Newberry Residence..............
Adelia Cheever House ..................
Adams House.........................
WOMEN'S RESIDENCE HALLS ..........
Stockwell Hall ..... ....................1
Michigan House........................
Betsy Barbour House ...................
Jordan Hall...........................
Mosher Hall..........................
Allen-Ramsey House ....................
Winchell Hous'e........................
Chicago House ..................... ...
Strauss House....... (Spring only) ......
UPPER CLASS MEN'S RESIDENCE HALLS
Tyler House...........................
Lloyd House ..........................
Prescott House........................
Greene House.........................
Hayden House.......................
Victor Vaughan House ..................
Fletcher Hall..........................
Wenley House.........................
Hinsdale House................."......

36
257
202
45
348
1020
332
231
496
529
313
301
307
186
308
299
290
20~8
290
335
226
345
326

2.89
2.87
2.78
2.75
2.70
2.69
2.66
2.65
2.64
2.63
2.62
2.62
2.62
2.61
2.60
2.57
2.57
2.57
2.56
2.55
2.54
2.53
2.53
2.50
2.45

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Re-elect
ALLAN A. SEYMOUR
Registrar of Deeds

Re-elect
CEILON L. HILL
Dgrain 'Commissioner

Re -elect
JOHN L. OSBORN
Sheriff

Re-elect
LEWIS G. CHRISTM AN
Representative
Mtate Legislature

Re-elect
EARL C. MICHENER
Representative in
Congress

Re-elect
DOUGLAS K. READING
Prosecuting Attorney
LEADERSHIP

Re-elect
EDWIN C. GANZHORN
Coroner
By their records they

Re -elect
JOSEPH E. WARNER
Representative
State Legislature

Re-elect
LUELLA M. SMITH
County Clerk

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have shown that they are clear and con-
structive thinkers who place the welfare of
Michigan and America above party poli
tics. They constantly fight grafting and
subversive elements, locally and nation-
ally, to build clean, good government for
you and your family.

ABILITY PLUS UNITY . .. Unity is essen-
tial to take confusion out of government
-and they have demonstrated that abil-

ity plus unity can get things done!

Vote

for men who have the. ability and know
how to work together for your best inter-
ests here and in Washington - vote for
this group of experienced leaders- Vote
REPUBLICAN Y

Elect
GEORGE N. HIGGINS
State Senator

BIG MEN FOR THE BGJB

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PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT

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Elect
WILLIAM F. VERNER
County Treasurer

Elect
THOMAS E. D EfE
President

Elect Re-elect
EARL WARREN KIM SIGLER
Vice President Governor

Re-elect
HOMER FERGUSON
U. S. Senator

Cooper ative .Houses
.Teims

Rank Group C
1 Stevens Cooperative House ...............
MEN'S COOPERATIVE HOUSES.........
2 Robert Owen Cooperative House.........
3 Osterweil Cooperative House............
WOMEN'S COOPERATIVE HOUSES......
4 Muriel Lester Cooperative House.........
5 Michigan Cooperative House .............

Counted
45

62
34
40
66

Point
Average
2.81
2.72
2.72
2.69
2.68
2.68
2.65

Dr. EUGENE C. KEYES FREDERICK M. ALGER STUARI B. WHITE 0. HALE BRAKE MURL K. ATEN
Lieutenant Governor Secretary of State Attorney General State Treasurer Auditor General

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