~HE MIi~1II GIA7N DAIlEY
Fraternities Announce Spring Pledges
.. Ars FIED
Fletcher, Robert Killenberger, Ed-
ward Lindsley, Lyle Nelson, George
Owers, Donald Shaffer, Donald
Wysocki, Richard Youngblood and
l DELTA KAPPA EPSILON -
Carl Bross, Bryden Dow, Robert
Johnston, Raymond Metzger, Ro-
bert Moffatt, Donald Noah, Roger
Oetting, Roger Ryan, Richard
Smith and James Uhlman.
DELTA SIGMA PHI -- Donald
Arnold, John Bates, Philip Em-
bury, Kenneth Moore and Albert
DELTA TAU DELTA - Rich-
ard Brown, John Golden, Char-
les Hansen, Bruce D. Herrigel,
Wallace Pearson, T h o m a s
Schmidt, James Stoddard and
DELTA UPSILON - Ralph
Beck, David Horst and John Stu-
KAPPA NU - Herman Abrash,
Wilbur Friedman, Bertram Kwas-
man, Jerome Langer, Richard Ro-
senfeld, Milton Simmons and Alan
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KAPPA SIGMA - George Gret-
tenberger, Benjamin Jurcik, Ed-
ward May, Donald Mitchell, Paul
Pelow, John Ray, Richard Smith,
Peter Thorpe, John Wagner and
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA - Mil-
ton Barrett, James Burnie, John
Cannon, Charles Cuson, William
Duellman, Patrick Heck, Kenyon
Kirkwood, Robert Leaterman,
Wayne Leengran, Gordon Lind-
land, Robert Northcott, Samuel
Prato, James Smigel, Rodger
Vandewater, James Ward and L.
PHI DELTA THETA - Jack
Ehlers, Ronald Foit, Ernest Graf,
Herbert Harrington, Henry Heil,
John Jenks, James Kern, Edward
Kress, Frederick Laydorf, Terry
Nulf, Bruce Rodgers, Gil Sabuco
and Richard Weller.
* *. *
PHI GAMMA DELTA - George
Anderson, Alfred Connable, Henry
Gesell, jr., Ray Guerin, Bruce Hay-
nam, Joseph Heinlein, Richard
Hodgman, William McIntyre, Jo-
seph Middleton, William Morse,
Jack Stumpfig and Guy Tribble,
PHI KAPPA PSI - Howard Ba-
uer and Wendell Vander Klipp.
PHI KAPPA SIGMA - Harry
Allis, James Corson, Wallace Eb-
erhard, David Plumer, Lawrence
Smith and Robert Steiner.
PHI KAPPA TAU - Richard
Castenholz, Paul Downie, Edgar
Edwards, Sal Fallone, Steven
Kash, Bernard Kissel, Michael
Lamb, Keith Miller, Ralph Rupp
and Robert Wyllie.
PHI SIGMA DELTA - Max
Drobner, Alvin Green, Jack Haims,
Irving Halpern, Carl Levitotz, Eu-
gene Nackevich, William Shulo-
vitz, Norman Thal and Laurence
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PHI SIGMA KAPPA - Henry
Buslopp, Henry Dykstal, James
Goebel, Edward Harding, Alfred
Kiessal, Roche LeGault, Raymond
Nusca, Frederic Nystrom, Louis
Aim -- Slosson
The Communist Party will be
driven underground by the very
bill that proposes to publicize its
activities, Prof. Preston W. Slosson
of the history department charged
"When the Federal authorities
attempt to clamp down on what
the Mundt Bill terms 'conspiracies
to overthrow government' the
Communists will simply draw
themselves into the shadows a lit-
tle more," he declared.
THE BILL, which was okayed
by a Senate Judiciary Committee
Saturday, would call for registra-
tion of all card-holding party
members and extensive publicity
of Communist activities. It would
further deny government jobs to
Communists and deprive them of
Prof. Slosson ventured that
the bill will be declared uncon-
stitutional by the Supreme
Court, asserting that legislation
is not justified which imposes
such penalties on a political
party as the Mundt Bill does.
"And the bill will be thrown into
the courts every time it is en-
forced," he noted. "It will bring
about a chain of test cases."
He termed the act a bady con-
structed piece of legislation that
could mean everything, but prob-
ably won't mean anything.
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SANDWICHES and SALADS
7:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. and 5:00 P.M. to 7 P.M.
Plummer, Donald Purdy, Robert
Russel, Edward Schenkel, John
Schenkel, Chester Sledzik, Rolf
Westgard, John Wilkie and Ed-
PI LAMBDA PHI - Tom Fa-
bian, Ralph Haber, Richard
Hamburger, Jerome IRover and
PSI UPSILON - Robert Dun-
bar and Robert Roarick.r
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON -
Kenneth Averill, Leonard Beavis,
Edward Billings, Eugene Bohi,
Herman Heikkenen, Clifford Hood,
George Howard, John Iverson,
William Morrison, Thomas Ran-.
kin, Jerry Shull, James Smead,
Norman Van Syckel, Paul Weiss
and Joel Zrull.
SIGMA ALPHA MU - David
Altschuler, Stuart Baruch, Robert
Gross, Matthew Grossman, Gerald
Kraft, Robert Steinberg and Ar-
SIGMA CHI - David Scott,
Richard Demmer, Marion Jack-
son, Pat Cousland, Laurence Le-
Clair, Gerald Davis, William
James, Paul Fancher, Harry
Stuhldreher, Richard Yirkosky
and Milton Eaton.
SIGMA NU - Franklin Eckhart,
Charles Hays, Harry Lauder, Phil-
ip Marrow, Philip Nestor, Gordon
Sharp and J. Allan Weygandt.
SIGMA PHI - Robert Allaben,
James Finlayson, William Hub-
bard, Willard McCuaig, Loren Sea-
ger and Charles Van Deusen.
* * *
SIGMA PHI EPSILON - David
Cooksen, William DeHaan, Donald
Marsh, Joseph Menosky, Ronald
Stachowiak, David Stinson, Wil-
liam Sweet and Richard Wallrich.
SIGMA PI - Walter Meyer, Ed
Oldenburg and James Snow.
TAU DELTA PHI - Mavis Ras-
nich, David Bittker and, Ceald
TAU KAPPA EPSILON -
Richard Clark, Fred Gruneywald,
Jack Harris and Shashikant Pa-
THETA CHI - Jay Beatty, Ro-
bert Brewer, James Hearst, Rich-
ard Thomas and Neil Vogt.
THETA DELTA CHI - Harold
Langell, Paul Beardsley, John Pri-
or, Gary Frye, James Paulos, Don-
ald Elzinga, Fred Hamren and
* * *
THETA XI - Ted Blumenstein,
Robert Buechner and Theodore
TRIANGLE - Thomas ,Davis,
jr., Edward Kocinski, Loren Mun-
ro, Harvey Neumann and Robert
TRIGON - John Gitzer,
James LaLonde, jr., and Robert
ZETA BETA TAU - Arnold Ar
onoff, Morton Blum, Roger Cole,
Alan Kern, Joseph Levy, Mark
Oscherwitz, Philip Reicher, Larry
Rothman and Morton Scult.
ZETA PSI - William Broecker,
David Pear, William Petrie, Rich-
ard Schafer and Hugh Worcester.
To id Ferris
A plea for students and faculty
to give books to help fire-stricken
Ferris Institute in its struggle to
continue classes this semester was
issued by Prof. Warner G. Rice,
director of the General Library.
Donations may be left at any
branch library, Prof. Rice said.
They will then be sent on to the
institute, whose library was total-
ly lost when a fire of undetermined
origin destroyed its main building.
A carload of books has already
been taken to Ferris lay Prof. Rice
when he drove to Big Rapids last
w ek to find out what books were
Reference books like atlases
ard encyclopedias are especially
needed," he pointed out,. "as well
as books on pharmacy, chemistry,
education, accounting, economics
and related fields, in which Ferris
e Rad and Use
$400 SET (Il Box)
fED. TAX INCL.
MEN WANTED to eat at fraternity
house. Excellent food, moderate pric-
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meal tickets! Tickets good any day-
need not be used on consecutive days.
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Salvaged Books . . .
CHINA - Professors, students,
and teachers travel thousands of
miles on foot carrying the little
equipment and few books saved
from bombings, according to
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PAUI,,'S MUSICAL REPAIR
New and Used Instruments
209 E. Washington )4B
IMMEDIATE OPPORTUNITY - for 3
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LONG: What has pillars and some-
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TWO CUSHMAN motor scooters, slide
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phonograph. Call Phil Clark, 5603
BEST BUYS-Plastic Raincoats $2.99;
Fancy Knit "T" Shirts $1.49; Black
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Hose 39c. Open 'til 6 p.m. Sam's
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50 Women's and girls good clean coats,
$1 to $5; suits, short, $1.50 to $10.00.
Many other items. Nearly New Shop.
311 E. Huron. Ph. 3-0166.
COUSINS ON STATE STREET
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The 1950 Union Opera
Michigan Theatre March 29, 30, 31
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