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THE H MICIGAN IAILY

THUSDIAY, MAY 29, x15

'ENSIAN MANAGER:
Varied Activities Mark
Traves' Campus Career
By JAN WINN
Neale Traves is best known on
campus for his work as 1952 'En-
sian business manager, but that
position is only one of the many
he has held during a varied cam-
pus career.
"My fraternity and campus ac-
tivities have been the most impor-h
tant influences in my college life,"}
the active senior said,
JUMPING INTO the center of
campus affairs when he was a
freshman, Traves organized the
Cleveland Club. With this as a
starter, he went on to things big-
ger and better, including positions:
as 'Ensian promotions and adver-
tising manager in '50 and '51, gen-
eral secretary of the 1951 Unionf
Opera and membership in Druidsf

Memorial'
Room Given
Lloyd House of the West Quad
has dedicated a combination mu-
sic room and study lounge in
memory of an outstanding former
student.
Funds for the Donald Joel Brown
Memorial Room were provided by
Brown's parents, friends and Lloyd
House men. A yearly scholarship
in honor of the student has also
been established.
The modernistically furnished
room, designed by an architec-
ture student, was finished last
week.
In a simple ceremony held Sun-
day, Dean of Students Eric A.
Walter accepted the memorial on
behalf of the University from Dean
Peter A. Ostafin, assistant dean in
charge of residence halls, who rep-
resented Mr. and Mrs. Meyer M.
Brown, parents of the student.
Charles E. Recker, '54, winner
of the Brown scholarship for this
year, conducted the dedication.
Book Collection
The Student Legislature will
start collection of books for the
fall book exchange from 11:30 a.m.
to 5:30 p.m. next Thursday.
Collection stands outside of the
dormitories will be set up on the
Diagonal and at the Union, the'
Business Administration Bldg. and
Angell Hall. Agents will collect
books from dorm residents. The
collection will last until June 12.

Hatcher Talks
To West Quad
Honor Society
Quadrant, West Quad honor
society, gained 10 new members
Tuesday when University Presi-
dent Harlan H. Hatcher presented
thom with recognition pins in a
short ceremony held in the West
Quad lounge.
The new members are: Harry
Piper, '52, Robert Klamser,. '52,
Don Meikle, '53, Sam Alfieri, '54
A&D, Ted Bohuszewicz, '53A&D,
Bert Braun, '54, Donald Anderson,
Eugene Ciranni, '54, Thomas Wil-
cox and Raymond Popp.
In a short speech introduc-
ing President Hatcher, Robert
Gellatley, '52BAd., told the sig-
nificance of the name of the or-
ganization. Quadrant, he ex-
plained, stands for the qualities
of cooperation, initiative, loyalty,
and service. Members are chosen
for being outstanding in these
fields.
In his brief address, President
Hatcher emphasized that the
members of Quadrant were
"blazing a trail in student liv-
ing,' through their, work in
quad government.
"Other universities look up to
Michigan's dormitory system," he
told his audience.
After the ceremony, the group
had dinner in one of the Quad
dining rooms and accompanied
President Hatcher on a tour of
inspection.

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and Sphinx.
Recently, Traves copped the
Reynolds Rich Smith award giv-
en each year by Phi Gamma
Delta fraternity to a senior mem-
ber for scholarship and leader-
ship.,
Not limiting his "educational"
aims to the school term, Traves
also takes advantage of summer
vacation to -exploit his desire for
variety. Over a period of four
summers the history major has
been a wheat thrasher, bartender
and brush salesman; and considers
them all "a part of my education."
Campus
Briefs
At a recent meeting of the Pre-
Medical Society, the following
slate of officers was elected: Ron
Kaminsky, '53, p'resident; Wil-
loughby Fouts, '53, vice-president;
George Chatas, secretary; Roland
Hiss, '54, treasurer; Martin Rosen-
thal, '53, publicity chairman.
Dr. John D. Morley of the Public
Health School is the new advisor.
* * *
The Graduate School Council
officers for next year are Al
Davis, president; Al Menlo, vice-
president; Mel Marcus, treasur-
er; and Courtney Sherbrooke,
secretary.
* * *
Alan Luckoff, '53, of Detroit, has
been appointed Daily Radio Editor
by the Board, in Control of Stu-
dent Publications. Luckoff will di-
rect The Daily's midnight news
broadcast.
* 0 *
A special summer school course
combining Geology 11 and 12 will
be offered this summer, Prof. Rus-
sell C. Hussey of the geology de-
partment announced yesterday.
Eight hours of credit will be giv-
en for the combined course, which
will fulfill the literary college sci-
ence requirement necessary for
graduation, he said. Prof. Hussey
asked that any interested student
contact him at 3051 Natural Sci-
ence Bldg., before summer school
registration.
Five Gedeon
Awards Made
Five high school students have
been awarded Elmer Gedeon Me-
morial Scholarships to the Uni-
versity, Dean of Students Erich
A. Walter announced yesterday.
The five are: Charles H. Krahn-
ke, Charlevoix, Michigan; Robert
Konovsky, Chicago; Jerry Schoen,
Grand Rapids; Richard Voren-
Kamp, Grand Rapids; and Robert
A. Hitchmough, Petoskey; Mich.
The scholarships carry with
them cash stipends based on each
applicant's needs.
Daily Classifieds
Bring Quick Results
Complete. SERVICE
and REPAIR
on all
Cushman Motor Scooters
Schwinn Bicycles
Whizzer Motor Bikes
COME IN AND SEE US
WHIZZER
MOTOR SALES
Main and Madison

-Daily-Alan Reid
NEALE TRAVES
.. . bartender, too
* * *
Counting athletics among his
many interests, Traves enjoys
basketball, water-skiing, base-
ball and swimming.
"Nealie" as his friends call him,
doesn't know exactly what he'll be
doing in the future, other than
getting married in July. However,
he's confident that "something
pretty good" will turn up.

' DENIZENS -OF THE DEEP .- Dr. Torban Wolff;
displays centriscops, fish caught at depth of 2,000 feet by Danish
research ship Galathea near Cook Strait off New Zealand.,.

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VISITOR S F R 0 M A B R OA D-Gen.Albert Orsborn,
Salvation Army head, and his wife ,arrive in New York to attend
rMye ongreses in NewTrk, Ch I $cag9, San Francisco and 4tlajta.

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C E T TI N.G IT STRAIGHT - Secretary' General
Trygve Lie-shows Swedish Premier Tage Erlander how to use
delegates earphones during latter's visit to U. N. in New York.
Erik Boheman, Swedish Ambassador to United States watches2

S O F T LA N DI N C -.The Maid of Cotton, Pat Mullarkey,.
right, is greeted by Theresita Montez on arrival in Paris to start
a European tour as cotton industry's goodwill, ambassador.

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M 0 D E R N D E S I C N--Beehive brick design on the bal-
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creates a natural air flow and protection from the tropical sun.

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