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All 'A' Students Total 229 Hold That Line

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A total of 229 students earned
a record of all A's during the sum-
mer session, according to the reg-
istrar's office and the office of the
College of Engineering.
Persons listed were required to
take at least six hours and make
A's in all subjects.
* * *
THE COLLEGE OF Literature,
Science and the Arts had the most
students with 74, with the College
of Engineering second with 71.
Other colleges were: Music, 30;
Architecture and Design, 21; For-
rstry, 17; Education, 11; Phar-
,nacy, four; Public Health, one.
The complete list follows:
LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND
THE ARTS:
John Adams, Doris Allen, Joel
Baron, Joseph Bartz, Alphonso
Brown, Mary Calvi, Jack Cayo,
Robert Curtis, George Cusulus,
Margery Davis, Frederick Dean,
Spencer DeVault, Mildred Dicke-
man, Mary Ebner, David Elias,
James Eppstein, Astrid Erickson,
Davis Fairman, Donald Flitman.
Ruth Foster, Jonas Gantz, James
Garrett, Elizabeth Gellatly, Ron-
ald Getoor, Charles Gwinn, Dora'
Henley, Thomas Herndon, Ber-
nard Horshenow, Charles Hoheisel,
Norman Holland, John Hoyt,
Julia Hutchins, Harold Jacobson,
Loylin James, Wallace Kemp,
James Kistler, John Lattin.
Philip Leon, Seymour Leven-
stein, Barbara Little, KeithM us-
ted, Herbert Mandel, Allan Man-
delstamm, Allen Man, Hans Mets-
ger, Ronald Meyer, Edith Marsh,
,Charles Olson, Harriet Raiferd,
Edward Reifel, William Reus, Gil-
bert Ross, Grace Runyan, James
Scheu, John Schlee, Marvin Sen-
drow.
Sister Marie Chantal Sipes, Ray-
mond Sons, Ina Sussman, Patricia
Steigely, David Vance, James
Walz.
GRADUATING SENIORS: Elias
Balbinder, Quick Carlson, Robert
Donaldson, Rbbert Evans, Warner
Halpern, Michael Iacobellis, Orley
Law, Robert Riskin, Elizabeth
Stegmeier, Laura Thomas, Wm.
Wiegand, Margaret Field.
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING:
John Baguley, John Baker, Ar-
thur Barondes, Robert Beauvais,
Raymond Beeley, Robert Bock-
muehl-, Elmer Bowman, RichardI

Brown, Leonard Chabala, Frank
Chapper, George Cindric, John
Cline, Roger Collard, Jack Crouch,
Peter Davey, William Davidson,
John R. Davies, Alton DeClaire,
Donald DeJager.
Ivan DePuy. Robert Dressel,
David Engibous, Richard Frankel,
Robert Frese, Richard Frost, Louis
Godkin, Irving Gold, Albert Gos-
man, Ronald Greenslade, Richard
Halatek, Stephen Hall, Robert
Hefferson, Daniel Hegyan, John
Herndon, Merwin Kanter, Ralph
Kenyon, Donald Kerr.
Peter Lashmet, Edward Lawo,
Oskar Loosme, Herman Merte,
Finn Michelson, Earl Newton,
Francis Niedenfuhr, Allan Outz,
Leslie Peterson, David Porter, Wil-
liam Pritula. Paul Pucylouski,
James Rice, Alan Roberston, Rob-
ert Rohde, Francis Rundell.
Philip Saffer, Donald Schroeder,
Allan Shapiro, Harold Sharp,
Daniel Shichman, Calvert Shup-
trine, John Smith, Harold Sper-
lich, James Strahan, Robert
Thomas, Baldwin Troutman,
James Van Buren, Clare Weaver,
Robert Weber, Alvin Weinstein,
Stanford Welch, Wayne Welty,
William Wolber.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC:
Digby Bell, Edith Bugg, Joan
Cook, Ethel Ericson, Malcolm Fos-
ter, Margaret Graham, Suzanne
Hendrian, Norma Heyde, Colette
Jablonski, Paul Jackson, Charleen
Jones, Keylor Noland, Erma Ober-
holtzer, John Olvera, Styrk Or-
well, William Paxson, Norma Ring-
man, Myra Rowley, Charles Ruff,
Ruth Stein.
James Stoker, Lennis Swift,
Mary Thomas, Betty Wiles, James
Williams, Graham Young, LeRoy
Bitzen.
GRADUATING SENIORS: Paul
Gilbert, Mary Kelly, Patricia
Hough.
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE
AND DESIGN:
John Curry, Oliver DeLancey,
Pig Iron Figure
PITTSBURGH - The United
States produces more than $1,000,-
000,000 worth of pig ironaevery
year, according to national pro-
duction figures.
The value of this iron is greater
than any other single manufac-
tured product.

Richard Drury, William Gardner,
Robert Gloyesk.e, Philip Lovell,
Wadanyu Na Thalang, Faruk Noy-
on, Carl Patterson, Richard Prince,
Robert Seifert, Leonard Siegal,
Robert Smith, Frank Straub, Fred
Walters, Robert White, George
Williams, Tom Yamada.
GRADUATING SENIORS: Don-
ald Johnson, Esperanza Siochi.
SCHOOL OF FORESTRY AND
CONSERVATION:
James Bamborough, Rufus
Brown, Nangalore Chelvarajan,
Guillermo Durana, David Foreste,
Roland Howell, Robert Jones, Rob-
ert Leonard, Bailiss McInnis, Ar-
thur Meier, Lee Morse, Robert
Sligh, Robert Snyder, Albert Stage,
Charles Rieck, John Veen, Robert
Youngs.
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION:
Carolyn Coller, Rosemary Deg-
enhardt, Vivian Frazier, Marjorie
Ingram, William Kuzel, Frances
Lay, Lois Middleton, Lucy New-
man, Constance Paulson, Sylvia
Ross, Margaret Savery.
COLLEGE OF PHARMACY:
Henry Godt, Edward Inafuku,
Isabelle Durbin, Eu Phang Taao.
SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH:
Polly Brown.

-Daily-Alex Lmanian
FOOTBALL TICKET DISTRIBUTION-Athletic Director H. O. Crisler (right) takes a sober look
at the man-sized job of handing out football tickets to individual students and to the many campus
groups. The worried looks indicate how far into the end zone some students expect to sit. In
spite. of their leigth, ticket lines moved fast; 15 minutes was the longest wait reported.

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TOURS, TEAS, OPEN HOUSES:
Campus Dorms Help Freshmen Feel at Home

Amid a swirl of house meetings,
tours and teas, campus residence
halls initiated their new freshmen
to the peculiarities and complica-
tions of dorm life with their own
programs.
These programs were designed
to supplement the campus-wide
orientation program.
* * *
WEST QUAD, for instance, ran
an elaborately planned program
which included sending letters to
the freshmen during the summer,
introducing them to the Quad and
the issuing of yellow and blue
"M" name badges.
In addition, the Quad showed
football movies last Sunday
which featured a talk by former

All-American Julie Frank, a
Quad resident.
A czar-sized rally, sparked by
SL President John Ryder and grid
star Wally Teninga, with enter-
tainment by singer Adele Hager
climaxed the whole thing Thurs-
day.
IN ADDITION, the Quad's indi-
vidual houses held freshmen meet-
ings and open houses for their
new, as well as conducting Quad-
wide tours and arranging blind
dates.
The program was planned last
spring by a committee, headed
by George Roumell, '51.
East Quad's new men were not
left wanting brotherly affection;
each of the eight houses had an

orientation leader, under whom
there was a leader for each group
of five freshmen.
THESE GROUPS toured the
Quad grounds, and the leaders
acted as advisers to the freshmen
in such miscellaneous matters as
course selections or blind dates.
Further, the house held fresh-
men meetings and special
dinners for the new men, to ac-
quaint them with some of the
old men.
An all-Quad freshmen meeting
Sunday capped the Quad program.
VICTOR VAUGHAN House held
a somewhat less strenuous pro-
gram, sparked by freshmen meet-

ings and an open house- in their
honor after the Michigan State
game.
The women's dorms all coop-
erated with the League-Assem-
bly run Big Sister program,
whereby each freshman coed
found herself in a group of four
other little sisters and one big
one.
All, as well, held freshmen meet-
ings; Stockwell Hall divided up
the new women into groups which
gave shits last Tuesday; Betsy
Barbour and Helen Newberry both
gave open houses for freshmen
after the big game Saturday, as
did Mosher. and Jordan Halls.
The New Women's Dorm held a
mixer with three West Quad
Houses.

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