ryl MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1956
I'C Committee Lists New Fraternity Pledges
(Continued from Page, 1)
-hoenstadt, '59; Stephen
hwartz, '59;, Abraham Suikes,
; Seymour Weberman, '59;
ephen Winn, '60.
ALPHA SIGMA PHI - George
rans, '59; John Hall, '59; Donald
Valley, '59E; Douglas Orvis,
)E; Chandler Parker, '59; James
ALPHA TAU OMEGA-Edward
aldwin, '58E; Bernard Bogdon,.
BE; Thomas Calcaterra, '59;
homas Ghysels, '59; Robert Hen-
rson, '58; William Herrell, "58;
ona]d Lewis, '58E; Frank Ran-
,k, '59E; George Sawyer, '58NR;
rian Seavoy, '59; Jerry St. Clair,
9A&D; Robert Steinke, '57Ed;
obert Steller, '59NR; John Swan-
rg, '59; Laverne Herbert, '58.
BETA THETA PI-Robert Mc-
wain, '59; Roger Smith, '58.
CHI PHI-William Berlin, '58;
arl Borders, .59E; Anthony Efre-
off, '59; John Flintosh, '59E;
chard Ford, 59E; Thomas Lyons,
9; Alton ,Rice, 159E.
CHI PSI-Frederick Clatworthy,
8; Herbert damage, '58E,; Patrick
3efe, '58E; Thomas Martin, '59;
illiam Mead, '58; Robert Pem-
DELTA CHI-Barry Fasbehder,
)E; Bruce Hubal, '60A&D; Mi-
iael Lutsch Jr., '58; Paul Schultz,
9SM; Donald Trim, '59E.
DELTA KAPPA EPSILON -
avid Gore, '59A&D; James Grady,
)E; Linscott Hanson, '59; Robert
Leeb, '59 Jack Mitchell, '58E;
lilip Ragains, '58E; Neill Peters,
8; Joseph Royston, '59E; Joseph
neltzer, '59BAd; Donald Tannen-
,um, '59; Kent Vana, '59.
DELTA SIGMA PHI-Jay Bobb,
9; James Coeling, '57E; Donald
[lier, '59E; Robert Hornick, '59E;.
iter Koerts, '58; William Myers,
9; Howard Nash Jr.,,'59E.
DELTA TAU DELTA-Richard
)wman, '59; Joel Boyden, '59;
arl Duryea, '59; Frederic Fenske,
'59, Boyd Henderson, '59E; Thomas
Hudak, '59; Kurt Lauckner, '59;
Severon Litzenburger, '59; John
Markle, '58E; Edward McIntosh,
'59E; Robert Newell, '59E; William
Penner, '59E; Richard Rieder, '58;
William Sands, '59E; Lauren
Schott, '59NR; David Schultz, '59E;
Donald Schurr, '59; Theodore
Treiber, '57; Ralph Wiegley, '59E.
DELTA UPSILON-James Ache-
son, '59E; Glenn Bond, '58E; John
Grettenberger, '59; Malcomb Mac-
KAPPA SIGMA-Andrew Bial,
'59E; Bruce Dudde, '58E; James
Church, '59; John Cowlin, '59;
William Grant, '59E; Neil Gray,
'59; Lawrence Howard, '59E; James
Maltby, '59A&D; Thomas Soeder,
'59E; Robert Waltz, '59E.
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA-J. Rob-
ertBarth, '58; Clyde Rock, '60;
Richard Canfield, '59; Robert Hod-
ges, '59E; Robert Johnson, '59E;
Howard Leavenworth, '59SM;,
Keith McKenna, '59E; Ronald
Thomas, '59; Robert Metzger, '59;
Fred Mowrey, '59E; Thomas Smith,
'59; James Stephan, '59E.
PHI DELTA THETA -Charles
Blank, '59; Charles Clarkson, '59;
E. Wade Hargadon, '58E; Thomas
Hotchkiss, '57E; William MacPhee,
'58; Frank Rosengren, '59; Ran-
dolph Tarrier, '58; John Vavroch,
PHI EPSILON PI-Richard At-
las, '59; Arnold Berk, '58; Goeffry
Campe, '59; Stephen Gage, '58;
Daniel Jaffe, '59; Harvey Jame,
'58; Jack Kleid, '59; Jerry Schnei-
der, '59; Robert Wintroub, '59.
PHI GAMMA DELTA -- David
Cornwell, '59A&D; James Ellis, '58;
Ralph Frederick, '59; Cyprus Hop-
kins, '59; Paul Kangas, '59; Barry
Poulson, '59; Charles Proudfit, '59;
Paul Schultz, '59.
PHI KAPPA PSI - Ronald
Brown, '59; James Gibson, '58;
Joseph Jerkins, '57; William Kim-
brough, '59; Richard Szcotka, '59.
PHI KAPPA SIGMA - Joseph
Lipinski, '59; Hohn Locker, '59E;
Hank Diulus, '58; Stephen Boros,
PHI KAPPA TAU-Edgar Coff-
man, '58E; Edward Foulks, '59;
Harry Kotsis, '59; Robert Scott,
PHI SIGMA DELTA - David
Askenazy, '59E; Alan Bresnick,
'59; William Engelman, '59; Na-
thaniel Friedman, '60E; Charles
Hurwitz, '59E; Michael Scadron,
'60E; Robert Waxman, '59; Alan
PHI SIGMA KAPPA - William
Aaron; '58; John Allan, '59NR;
John Batdorff, '59; Rudoff Bickel,
'59E; William Buhl, '58; Charles
Casey, '57; Edgar Hengst, '59; Paul
Maples, '58; Brian Miller, '57;
Philip Noggle, '59E; Winston Or-
PI LAMBDA PHI - Stephen
Flagg, '59E; Morton Friedman,
'58A&D; Richard Grossman, '59E;
Stuart Jaffe, '59; Richard Lewis-
ton, '60; Charles Marks, '59; Max
Rosenblum, '59; Richard Taub,
'59; John Weichsel, '59A&D.
PSI UPSILON-Robert Bird, '59;
Denis Donnelly, '59; Arthur Mc-
Burney, '58E; Robert Mittelstadt,
'60A&D; Albert Moran, '59A&D;
Keeling Warburton, '58..
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON-Mi-
chael Fitch, '58; Robert Gantzos,
'59; Clarence Higby, '59; John La-
Sage, '59; Richard Wright, '57;
John Zachary, '59.
rSIGMA ALPHA MU - Morton
Efron, '59; Arthur Friedman, '59E;
Roger Harris, '59; David Reiter,
'59; Harold Silberman, '59; Wil-
liam, Stern, '59; Philip Yalowitz,
'59; Steven Zier, '59 Ph.
SIGMA CHI - John Burkhart,
'59E; George Cross, '59; Paul
Gaecke, '60E; William Hickman,
'59E; John Jenks, '59E; Nick Mitea,
'59; Gordon Morrow, '59A&D; John
Rollyson, '59; Chester Skinner, '59;
John Spidel, '59; Frederick Steel,
'59; Rolund Weyand, '59.
SIGMA NU--Jerry Flatland, '58;
Jack Forsyth, '59; Robert Groff,
'58Ph; George, Nadell, '58; Robert
SIGMA PHI-Melvin Gay, '59;
Robert Hembel, '59; John Hitch-
cock, '58; John Runburg, '59Ph.
SIGMA PHI EPSILON-Richard
Mitzel, '60; Frederick Potter, '59;
Christ Stockmeyer, '60.
TAU DELTA .PHI-Marshall
Cohen, '59; David Horowitz, '59;
Marvin Portner, '59; Robert Platt,
'59; Jacques Preis, '59; Irwin Rein,
'59; Alvin Schwarz, '59; Burton
Scott, '58; Arnold Slutzky, '59;
Seymour Surnow, '60; Morton
TU KAPPA EPSILON - Ernest
Ebert, '58E; Edward Grimaldi, '59;
Armin Jocz, '59; Douglas Lootens,
'57; Roger Pietras, '59E; William
THETA CHI - Richard Du-
chaine, '59; Donald Erickson, '58;
Jacob .Frego, '59; Jack Holbrook,
'58E; Robert Konecny, '58; Philip
Wargelin, '60A&D; Joseph Za-
THETA DELTA CHI - James
Dincolo, '59; Raymond Gee, '59;
Earl Gottschalk, '59; Henry Kerr,
'59E; Gordon Sheill, '59E.
THETA XI-lHarold Bibb, '58E;
Frederick Cassity, '60E; David
Cole, '59E; Keith DeVries, '58;
Kenneth Drewke, '58; James Mc-
Ghee, '59; Max Miller, '59Ph;
Lawrence Morton, '59E; Edward
Preston, '59Geo; Michael Reynolds,
TRIANGLE - George Bedross,
'59E; Kenneth Coopey, '59E; Frank
Fifo, '59E; Michael Goetz, '59E;
Alvin Gorman, '59E; Kent Ugor-
TRIGON - Robert Beach, '58;
Emerson Head, '57SM.
ZETA BETA TAU-Stanley B11-
sky, '59E; Jerome Greenbaum,
'59; Robert Hillman, '59; Louis
Rosenbaum, '59; -David Ruskin,
'59;, Robert Schecter, '59; Louis
ZETA PSI-James Lynch, '58E;
David Maguire, '59E; Charles Ur-
John Young asks:
John E. Young is working toward his-B.S. in chemistry from Cali-
fornia Institute of Technology this June. He has maintained honor
standing in classwork while serving on the school newspaper, in the
debating society, and as treasurer of the student body. John is in-r
terested in chemical research and development.
John Aaron answers:
vork at Diu Pont?
John B. Aaron worked for Du Pont as a summer
aboratory assistant even before he graduated from
'rinceton with a B.S. in 1940. After military service he
)btained an M.S.Ch.E. from M.I.T. and returned to
)u Pont in 1947. Over the years he has had many oppor-
unities to observe Du Xont research and development
'ork. Today John is process and methods supervisor at
she Philadelphia Plant of Du Pont's Fabrics and Fin-
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ederal Telecommunication Labs., Div.1
[nternat'i Tele. & Tele. Corp., Nutley,
J.-all levels in Elect.; B.S. In Physics;1
S. in Mech. for Summer and Regular
search, Devel., and Design. U.S. citi-'
[agan Corp., Pitts., Pa.-all levels in
e.E., Instru., Mech., Physics, Sanitary
i Science; .S. and M.S. in Aero.,
ct., and Eng. Mech. for Summer and
gular Research, Delvel, Design, Sales,
I Field Service. U.S. citizen.
pencer Kellogg & Sons, Inc., Buffalo,
Y.-B.S. and M.S. in Che.E. and
m, for Research and Production.
gn., March 12:
Wyandotte Chem. Corp., Wyandotte,;
ch.-all levels in Che.E., Instru.; B.S.
Civil, Elect., Mech. and Met, for
nmer and Regular Research, Devel.,
i. and Sales.
os Alamos Scientific Lab., Los Ala-i
s, N. M.-all levels in all programs for
search and Devel.
altimore and Ohio Railroad Co.,
timore, Md.-all levels in Civil E. for
sign and Const. B.S. and M.S. in
T, Elect., Mech., Ind. for Summer.
I Regular Technical Graduate Train-
rat'l Security Agency-all levels inJ
ct., Instru., Math., Mech., Eng. Mech.,
tsics for' Summer and Regular Re-
rch, Devel., Design, and Evaluation.1
endix Aviation Corp., Research Labs.,
roit, Mich.-all levels in Elect., In-l
u., Math., Mech., Eng. Mech., Nuclear,
I Physics for Research, Devel., and
ign. U.S. citizens. *4
ublic Service Elect. & Ga Co., New-
ark, N. J.-B.S. in Ch.E., Civil, Ind.
and Mech. for Const. in Maintenance
and Operation of Gas Production Facili-
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Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co.,
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Sales. U.S. citizens.
For appointment contact the Engrg.
Placement Office,34 W. E., Ext. 2182.
Representatives from the following
will be at the Bureau of Appointments:
Thurs., March 8:
Massachusetts Mutual-men in LS&A
and BusAd for Sales and Mgt. Training
Gen'1 Telephone Co., Muskegon, Mich.
-men for Mgt. Training Program and
-Development. Services Western Mich.
Herpolsheimer Co., Grand Rapids,
Mich.-men and women in LS&A and
BusAd for Executive Traning for Adver-
tising and Promotion, Operating and
Pers., Control and Merchandizing. This
company is a member of the Allied
Stores, which includes stores through-
Fri., March 9:
Cadillac Motor Car Co., Detroit; Mich.
-men in LS&A or BusAd for positipns
in the Finance Dept.
Swift & Co., Hdqs., Chicago, Ill.-men
in LS&A and BusAd for Sales, Buying,
Mfg., Admin., Office Procedures, and
For appointments contact the Bureau
of Appointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg.,
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Well, John, it's hard to define the difference in a way that
will satisfy everybody, because one always finds a lot of over-
lapping between research and development work. But most
people agree that there are differences, especially in time se-
quence. Research work comes first, because one of its main ob-
jectives is to establish or discover new scientific facts that will
supply the foundation for new industrial developments. In
other words, research men seek new knowledge about mat-
ter, generally working with small quantities of it.
Development work comes later, and Du Pont has two main
typgs. First, there is new process development. Here scientists
and engineers modify, streamline, and augment the findings
of research so that new chemical products can be profitably
made on a large scale-or existing products can be made by.
newer and more efficient methods. Pilot-plant and semi-works
operations are usually included under this heading.
Second, an important kind of development work is directed
toward improvement of existing processes and products. Here
the men study how to obtain yield increases, utilize by-prod-
ucts, increase outputs, and solve sales service problems as they
arise. This may require considerable research, and that brings
us back to the overlapping I previously mentioned.
There are genuine differences, John, but a good deal of
similarity, too-especially in the constant need for imagination
and creative effort. I think you'll find that research and de-
velopment work are equally challenging and rewarding at
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