THE MIC1IGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1949
45 Others Raised
To New Ranks
With the advent of the junior
and senior ROTC drill program,
ROTC headquarters on camps has
announced the appointment of
Cadet Senior Louis H. T. Dehm-
low, '49E, to the rank of Regimen-
tal Commander, with temporary
rank of Lieutenant-Colonel.
A senior in the chemical engi-
neering field and a member
of ROTC's Ordnance Unit, Dehm-
low is a graduate of Northwestern
Military and Naval Academy at
Lake Geneva, Wis.
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Set Announeeiiieiit Deadline
Today is the last day seniors of
the Literary College and Forestry
and Music schools miay purchase
The announcements will be on
sale from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in
the Administration Building.
This year, the candidates for
degrees in all schools except the
Law, Medicine, Dental, Engineer-
ing and Business Administration
schools will be combined in a
Students may buy booklets with
either dark blue leather covers
with gold trim or white cardboard
covers with a blue leather tie.
Formal announcement on white
paper embossed with a gold Uni-
versity seal and personal visiting
cards will also be sold.
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OFFERING TO ST. PATRICK-Proudly displaying their Irish
lineage, Joseph Brody Dean, '50, (seated second from left) and
his friends drink green beer to the wearing of the g'reen. Dean
startled disbelievers in leprechauns yesterday when he appeared
on campus with chartreuse-green hair.
BESIDES HOLDING posts as
Captain of Scabbard and Blade,
honorary military society, and
head of the Pershing Rifles outfit,
he is president of the student
chapter of the Army Ordnance As-
India's Progress Due Partly
To Women' s Masculinization'
CONTEST WINNERS-Mary Ellen Boyle '51 took first place for
her speech "Make Mine Michigan" and Bill Bonkowski '49 second
place for "The Riddle of Medicine" at a Speech 32 contest yester-
day in Kellogg Auditorium. They competed with contestants from
every Speech 32 class in the department.
Pi Omega Returns to Campus
After Absence of Over Decade
as an important nation in recent
This view was expressed by Prof.
Benoy Sarkar, head of the eco-
nomics department of the Uni-
versity of Calcutta, who lectured
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WOMEN HOLD many key posi-
tions in India's parliament and
other governmental bodies, ac-
cording to Prof. Sarkar. They have
exhibited a great capacity for
work, and have come to be con-
sidered the equals of men in near-
ly every field today.
Prof. Sarkar used the term
"masculinization" to denote the
progress made in the develop-
ment of equal rights for Indian
women since the early 1920's.
Progress in agriculture and the
spread of rural democracy have
been the other big reasons for
India's progress in the last two
decades, Prof. Sarkar said.
Prof. Sarkar warned Americans
that Indian progress should be
judged by Indian standards rather
than by American standards,
which are bound to be much high-
er in a materialistic sense.
George C. Thomson of Grand
Rapids has been appointed re-
gional chairman of the Michigan
Memorial Phoenix Project Cam-
paign for the western portion of
The appointment was an-
nounced by Chester H. Lang, na-
tional executive chairman for the
campaign which will be launched
in the fall of 1950.
Thomson, president and direc-
tor of the Michigan Trust Com-
pany of Grand Rapids, was a grad-
uate of the University with the
class of 1913. He will head a com-
mittee of alumni in the western
portion of the state from the In-
diana line to the Straits who will
participate in the drive to raise
funds for the Project.
Other announcements of ap-
Robert B. Harn, '50, Regiment
Executive Officer, with the rank of
Major; Alfred T. Swain, '50E,
Regiment Adjutant, rank of Cap-
Battalion Commanders with
temporary ranks of Major are
Richard J. Bahls, '49 BAd; Thom-
as F. Franke, '50; and John W.
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THE FOLLOWING were ap-
pointed Battalion Executive Offi-
cers with rank of Captain: Eugene
C. Hicks, '50E; William R. Kota-
pish, '50; and Paul S. Brentlinger,
Battalion Adjutants with ranks
of 1st Lieutenant are: Peter S.
Logothetic, '49 BAd.; Ralph J.
Merwin, '50; and Jack W. Waters,
Eight men were appointed
Company Commanders, with
ranks of 1st. Lieutenant: James
H. McIlhenny, '50; Bryce S. Du-
rant, '50 BAd.; Donald R. Sou-
chek, '49 BAd.; Joseph H. Wim-
satt, '49; Rolf P. Scharenberg,
'49; Carter B. Strong, '50 A&D;
Louis J. Schneider, '49BAd.;
and John F. Passfield, '49E.
Cadet officers appointed with
temporary ranks of 2nd Lieuten-
ant include: Richard D. Smith,
Smith, '49; Walter L. Bender, '49
F&C; Robert E. Goslow, '50E;.-
John S. Leonard, '50; Dale B.,
Miller, '5OSpec.; Alan G. Schmitt,
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OTHERS ARE Richard E. An-
derson, '49BAd.; Bernice A. Bates,
'50; Thomas L. Berry, '50; Edward
Carrington, Jr., Grad; Robert L.
Chamberlain, '50; Gerald R.
Christin, '49BAd,; Russell J. Et-
zel, '49BAd; Maurice A. Goff,
'49E; Donald S. Hawley, '50 A&D;
Edward H. Kendall, '51E.
Also Donald Larson, '50; Rob-
ert E. Legate, '50E; John E. List,
'50BAd.; Richard D. Mackey,
'50BAd.; Thaddeus J. Miller,
'50E; William H. Miller, Grad;
Kermit C. Moss, '49BAd.; James
W. O'Brien, Grad; Merle E.
Smith, Jr., '49; Robert E. Wis-
mer, '50F&C; and Charles L.
All the above are temporary pro-
motions and have been made one
rank below the position vacancy.
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Open: 11 A.M. to 12 P.M.
After an absence of over a dec-
ade, Pi Omega dental fraternity
will return to campus tomorrow
when it will initiate 20 charter
Dr. Clarence Somers, president
of Pi Omega's Detroit Alumni As-
sociation, will preside at the cere-
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THE FRATERNITY will mave
into a chapter house next fall. Lo-
cated at 2103 Hill the quarters
have been donated by Dean Sam-
uel Dana of the forestry school.
Pi Omega originally was es-
tablished at Michigan in 1905
and died out during the depres-
sion. It joins Delta Sigma Delta,
Alpha Ometa and Xi Psi Phi to
fill out campus representation of
national dental fraternities.
The neophytes to be initiated
are all freshmen dental students.
They are: Bill Armstrong, Arthur
Adams, Jack Bartlett, George
Bettman and Donald Berg.
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monies, a banquet, sponsored by
the Michigan Alumni, is planned.
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