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IMME MICHIGAN DAILY

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TH IHIA.AIYPITU

NEW AWARD TO BE PRESENTED:
Scott Prizes Will Go to 292 Freshmen

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

The newly created Oreon E. Scott
Freshman Prize will be awarded
for the first time to 292 Univer-
sity freshmen at a special convo-
cation early in May.
This presentation, which re-
places the discontinued Universi-
ty Regents-Alumni Honor Award,
will be given annually to fresh-
men in the upper ten per cent of
their class on the basis of their
first semester's average only.
Eachrecipient's award will con-
sist of a certificate and a book
chosen by the individual from a
list of 20-25 volumes selected by
the Committee on University
Scholarships.
This award will be financed an-
nually by the fund set aside by
the Oreon E. Scott Foundation of
St. Louis, Mo.
Previously, in 1951, senior awards
had been established by the late
Oreon E. Scott, '94, who died last
January. University Regents, ap-
proved the freshmen awards in
October.
In order to be eligible for the
new freshman prize, the student
must have completed 15 or more
hours in a degree program, must
be in the top 10 per cent of his
class scholastically, and must still
be enrolled in the University at
the time of the convocation in
May.
Beginning tomorrow, winners of
the prize will be able to examine
copies of the prize books at the
reference desk in the main reading
room of the General Library.
Award recipients have until 5
p.m. Thursday to indicate their
choice of book.
Following is a list of the Oreon
E. Scott Freshman Prize winners,
listed by schools and colleges:
College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts: Earl W. Adams, Jud-
ith E. Adams, Walter R. Allan,
Gayle L. Ashburn, Karen M. Bar-
ling, Dani1l N. Belin Allan J. Ber-
don, Russell S. Berman, Marilyn
L. Berry, Thomas F. Bickel, Belle
B. Bisno, Richard C. Blackford,
Brenoa E. Bloomberg, Robert D.
Blue, Warren J. Bow, Elaine R.
Brodey, Ronald L. Burkhard.
Robert B. Cameron, Richard C.
Canfield, Carla A. Cargill, Peter
A. Cartwight, Helen F. Chany,
Kenneth J. Clark, Richard R. Clif-
ford, Perry M. Cohen, Frank N.
Denison, Pamela J. Dexter, Caro-
line M. Dieterle, Sarah N. Drasin.
Patricia J. Ehrhardt, Patricia A.
Elis, Doris A. Esch, Edward R.
Farber, Lynn F. Fieldman, Lenore
J. Fink, Sheila E. Finkelstein, Law-
rence S. Fishman, Janice E. Forbes,
Peter W. Forsythe, Kathryn A.
Frakes, Elizabeth J. Fries, Peter
H. Fries, Fern K. Frisby.
Sandra A. Gault, David W. Gelf-
and, Morton Goldberg, Toni L.
Goldish, Ellen J. Goldman, Diane
S. Greenberg, Judith A. Green-
berg, Beverly A. Gross, Joann M.
Gugel, Lawrence J. Gusman.
Lewis C. Hahn, Barbara Hal-
pern; Richard D. Harding, Beverly
J. Harling, Gail L. Harnden, Rog-
er B. Harris, Susan Hattendorf,
Elizabeth C. Haughn, Daniel R.
Hegg, Gerry E. Hendershot, Cyros
C. Hopkins, Anne M. Horaczek,
David A. Horwitz.
Elizabeth Y. Jacobson, David J.
Jaffin, Thomas H. Johnston, Ben-
jamin T. Jones, Carol A. Jones, Syl-
via J. Kaiserman, Harold L. Kla-
wans, William H. Klink, Louis W.
Kolb, Rodger C. Kollmorgen, Kat-
rina A. Kuizenga, Kenneth J. Kun-
kel
Gordon D. Lapides, Loretta A.
Larmee, Sandra M. Laure, Leorna
M. Lawrence, Connor Lazarov,
Winifred H. Ledger, Linda D. Lee,
Nancy S. Leighton, Lawrence S.
Lessin, Jerome F. Levy, Lawrence
. Levy, William S. Lewis, Ann
Lovett, Mary V. Lovewell, Carolyn

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A. Ludwig, Richard J. Luplow,
Carol A. Luse.
Malcolm K. MacDonald, Herbert
L. Mack, James A. MacLachlan,
Barbara J. Maier, Carl D. Marten-
son, James R. Maxwell, Earle J.
McGarvah, Judy E. Meites, Richard
C. Metzler, Paul H. Miller, William
L. Miner, Mary H. Morris, Mary
E. Morrow, Arleen W. Mulligan.
Jeanette B. Nahra, John M. Neff,
Harold Niergarth, Ellen A. Noble,
Mary C. Noble, Jane E. Nulty, Pris-
cilla Oppenheim.
Claire N. Padover, Rosemary Pa-
len, Frederick B. Parker, Ruth A.-
rize Books
Auden, Wystan H. "T h e
Collected Poetry"
Bartholomew, John. "T h e
Columbus Atlas"
Bartlett, John. "Familiar
Quotations"
Berenson, Bernard. "Italian
Painters of the Renaissance"
Courant, Richard. "What is
Mathematics?"
Dostoevskii, F e d o r. "T h e
Brothers K"
Fddington, Sir. A. "The Na-
ture of the Physical World"
Eliot, T. S. "The Complete
Poems and Plays, 1909-1950"
Faulkner, William. "The
Collected Stories"
Gardner, Helen. "Art
Through the Ages"
Giedion, Siegfried. "S p a c e,
Time and Architecture"
Hatcher, H a r l a n H., ed.
"Modern Dramas: Continental,
British, American"
Melville, Herman. "M o b y
Dick"
Oates, Wy. J. and O'Neill, Eu-
gene, Jr. "The Complete Greek
Drama"
Sandburg, Carl. "Abraham
Lincoln, the Prairie Years and
the War Years"
Stefansson, Vilhjalmur, ed.
"Great Adventures and Explora-
tions"
Schweitzer, Albert. "Out of
MyLife and Thought"
Thomas, Dylan. "Collected
Poems"
Tolstoi, Leo. "War and
Peace"
Tovey, Donald F. "The Main
Stream of Music and Other Es-
says"
Toynbee, Arnold J. "A Study
of History," Vols. I-VI, abridg-
ed
U ntermeyer,Louis, ed.
"Modern American P o e t ry
"Modern British Poetry"
Valentin, Antonia. "Leonar-
do da Vinci"
Peereboom, Judith Peery, Theodore
F. Perlman, Arvin I. Philippart,
Marvin M. Portner, Jacques A.
.Preis.
Jon H. Ramsey, Sue E. Ray,
Stanley A. Rock, Barbara M. Roos,
Joan E. Rosenthal, David W. Ross,
Thomas J. Rothenberg, Edward T.
Murray, William N. Osborne, Roy
M. Parker, Greta E. Phipps, Gary
Rowe, Margaret A. Rowe, Alice M.
Royer, Shushanah Rutenberg.
Judith L. Sanders, Marilyn D.
Sarver, Howard L Saxer, Donald
R. Schermer, Ellen L. Schreiber,
Richard W. Schwartz, Stephen P.
Schwartz, Richard R. Silbar, Mar-
cia D. Silber, Chester A. Skinner,
Lorraine J. Small, Marjorie J.
Smit
James A. Smith, Kay D. Smith,
Sweetman R. Smith, Thomas A.
Smith, John A. Soderman, Robert
D. Solotaroff, Shane D. Spanier,
William H. Stegall, Sallie H. Ste-
ketee, Sylvia Stempel, Kenneth C.
Stine, Susan J. Stokes, John R.
Swanberg.
Richard P. Taub, Vivienne- M.

Terry, Nancy G. Thomas, James
V. Urban, Thomas VanRoland, Ir-
win Wagner, Gretchen E. Webster,
Sarah G. Weener, John A. Wil-
liams, Marita E. Willihnanz Jean
I. Willoughby, Jerrold Winski, Ju-
lie T. Windham, Robert H. Win-
troub, David M. Wishnick, Ken-
neth G. Witzke.
Daniel R. Wolter, Karen L. Wol-
ters, Fred S. Wright, Philip A.
Yalowitz, Jacob Zverbulis and
George Zweig.
College of Engineering: Alex
Anckonie, John B. Angood, Rud-
olf G. Bickel, David R. Braker,
Clyde H. Brough, Norman J.
Campbell, Frederick R. Channon,
Charles B. Clarkson, Gordon G.]
Cosby, David E. Cole, Roger
Daugherty, Donald S. Davidson,
Robert W. Dunlap.
John A. Flory, James E. Foote,
Bruce L.- Gehman, Beverly S.
Gray, Richard T. Guttman, Thom-
as N. Hitchman, Lawrence K.
Howard, Jerry W. Hull, Charles
E. Hurwitz.
Dennis D. Jablonski, Timothy
Janeway, Thomas H. Kemp, Rob-
ert K. Krohn, Jack T. Landin,
Clayton W. LaPointe, George H.
Lindquist, John S. Locker, Leon
J. Lockwood, Harold W. Lord,
James D. McColl, Edward N. Mc-
Intosh, Frederic L. Miller, Rob-
ert P. Miller, Roger H. Mumbrue.
Ronald L. Racicot, Donald F.
Reeves, Douglas N. Reinhard, Paul
L. Ritzmann, James W. Robinson,
Clark J. Rose, Frederick B. Rotz,
David C. Schultz, D a v i d J.
Schwartz, Edward B. Sisson Con-
rad M. Smith.
Ronald J. Tanis, Bernard W.
Wehring, James H. Wells, Rich-
ard D. Wentzel Alan S. Wineman,
Ronald F. Zeilinger and Alan W.
Zimmerman.
School of Nursing: Ruth P.
Black, Jean A. Butterer, Susan
Hallett, Joann P. Hodgman, Bar-
bara L. Holmes, Leona F. Huber-
man, Barbara M. Jones, Barbara
J. Kakela, Lillian Kamper, Martha
F. Kinley.
Nancy J. Leach, Sharon A. Mit-
chell, Mary D. O'Neil, Janet L.
Owens, Judith A. Palmer, Mary
L. Paterson, Helen A. Powaba, Di-
ane M. Pugno, Ellen J. Richard
and Mary Alice Trepp.
School of Music: Cynthia E. Al-
len, Bettie M. Bandos, Xenia V.
Bibicoff, Albert Blaser, Marianne
H. Davidson, Jane M. Hill, Law-
rence P. Hurst, David S. McBride,
Patricia A. Millette, Helen M.
K. Stollsteimer and Larry A. Wolf.
College' of Architecture & De-
sign: Melvyn A; Birnkrant, Don-
ald H. Dwyer, Albert B. Encols,
Duncan G. Hudson, William P.
Midgley, James T. O'Dea, Wyni-
fred F. Riser, David J. Tulos and
John K. Weichsel.
School of Pharmacy: Leslie Z.
Benet, Willard L. Harrison, Shir-
ley L Miekka and Waldemar A.
Palutke.
School of Education: Lynnette
Beall, Dorothy L. Jensen and An-
na J. Mapes.
School of Natural Resources:
William M. Perpich and John A.
Vance.

THE Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the University
of Michigan for which the Michigan
Daily assumes no editorial responsi-
bility. Notices should be sent in
TYPEWRITTEN form to Room 3553
Administration Building before 2 p.m.
the day preceding publication. Notices
for the Sunday edition must be in by
2 p.m. Friday.
SUNDAY, MARCH 25, 1956
VOL. LXVIII, NO. 36
General Notices
President and Mrs. Hatcher will hold
an open house for University faculty,
staff, and townspeople on Sun., March
25, from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m., at the Presi-
dent's House.
The University Club will hold its regu-
lar annual tea in honor of members of
the Faculty Women's Club on Wednes-
day, March 28, from 3:30 to 5:30 in
University Club rooms in the Michigan
Union. The tea will also serve as an
open house for the remodeled quarters.
All members of the faculty and their
wives are invited,~ to attend.
Free Films. Museums Bldg., 4th floor
Exhibit Hall. "Life Cycle of a Muscovy
Duck" and "Marine Life," March 20-26.
Daily at 3:00 and 4:00 p.m., including
Sat. and Sun., with an extra showing
Wed. at 12:30.
The March Meeting of the Economics
Club will be held Tues., March 27, 8
p.m., Rackham Amphitheater. Speaker:
Research, Princeton University, on
Dr. Edgar Hoover, Office of Poulation
"Population Growth and Economic De-
velopment in India."
Concerts
Final Organ Recital in current series
o; programs featuring organ music of
Bach, 4:15 this afternoon, in Hill Audi-
torium, performed by Robert Noehren,
University Organist: Fantasia in C ma-
jor, Chorale and Seven variations in
F Minor, five Chorale Preludes from
Orgelbuchlein, Fantasia with Imitation
in B minor, Fantasia in G minor, and
Toccata and Fugue in F major. Open
to the public without charge.
May Festival. Tickets for single con-
certs are now on sale at $3.50, $3.00,
$2.50, $2.00 and $1.50-at the offices of
the University Musical Society in Burton
Memorial Tower. The Festival will be
held in Hill Auditorium-six concerts,
May 3 through 6-four evening perform-
ances and matinees on Sat, and Sun.
Lectures
University Lectuare, auspices of the
Department- of Romance Languages.
"L'Esprit du dix-huitieme siecie," in
French. Prof. Gilbert Chinard, President
of the Modern Language Association of
America. 4:15 p.m., Tues., March 27,
Rackham Amphitheater.
Academic Notices
Reading Improvement Classes. Regis-
tration for the April series of 7-week
reading classes will be held Wednesday
through Friday. March 28-30, from 8:00
to 11:30 a.m., and 1:00 to 4:30 p.m., and
Saturday, March 31. from 8:00 to 11:30
a.m., at the office of the Reading Im-
provement Services, 524 University Ele-
mentary School.. Call university exten-

sion 648 for further information. Regis-
tration will require one hour.
Mathematics Colloquium: Tuesday,
March 27, at 4:10 p.m., in Room 3011
Angell Hall.
Angell Hall. Professor A. L. Shields will
speak on "Semigroups on a manifold
with boundary."
Seniors: College of LS&A, and Schools
of Business Administration, Education,
Music, and Public Health: Tentative
lists of seniors for June graduation have
been posted on the bulletin board in
the first floor lobby. Administration
Building. Any changes therefrom should
be requesterd of the Recorder at Office
of Registration and Records window
Number A, 1513 Administration Build-
ing.
Doctoral Examination for James Greg-
ory Miller, Pharmacology; thesis: "The
Mechanism of Toxicity of Symmetrically
Substituted Dithiooxamides," Tuesday,
March 27, 103 Pharmacology Bldg., at
10:00 I.m. Chairman, M. H. Seevers.
Doctoral Examination for Calvin War-
ren Lane, English Language and Litera-
ture; thesis: "Narrative Art and History
in Robert Penn Warren's "World Enough
and Time," West Council Room, Rack-
ham Bldg., at 1:15 p.m. Chairman, J. L.
Davis.
Placement Notices
Tues., March 27:
St. Clair Shores, Michigan (Lakeview
School) -- Teacher needs: Elementary
(Kdg. to 6th); Junior High Art; Vocal
Music; Library; English; Math; Science;
High School English/Foreign Language;
Social Studies; Physical Science (with
basketball, track and coaching).
Redford Union Schools, Detroit, Mich.
-Teacher needs: Elementary; Junior
High English; Social Studies; Math;
Auditorium; Gen. Science; Boys Coun-
selor; Commercial; Girls Physical Ed.;
Industrial Arts.
Wed., March 28:
Midland, Mich.-Teacher needs: Ele-
mentary; Teacher of Retarded/Dir. of
Spec. Ed.; Junior High Core; Industrial
Arts-Gen. Shop; English-Latin; High
School Driver Training; Girls Phys. Ed.;
Art; Chemistry.
Gaines, Mich.-Teacher 'needs: Early
Elementary; Later Eleenltary; Head
Football Coach; English; Math; Indus-
trial Arts.
Frasier, Michigan-Teacher needs: Ele-
mentary; High School Science/Chem.
and Physics; Social Studies; Industrial
Arts.
Flint, Michigan-Teacher needs: In-
dustrial Arts; Home Ed; Vocal Music-
elementary and secondary; Special Ed
(Mentally Retarded); Speech Correction;
Instrumental Music; Phys. Ed-Mens;
Art; Arts & Crafts; Business Ed; Math;
social Science; Biology; Physical
Science; Elementary (Kdg. to 6th).
Thurs., March 29:
Flint, Michigan-Teacher needs; (See
above).
South Lyons, Michigan - Teacher
needs: High School Social Studies (some
P E, Assist with Football or Basketball);
Homemaking; English; Junior High
Math with Boys Basketball or Football;
Elementary (4th, 8th, 6th).
Holly, Michigan-Teacher needs: Ele-
mentary (Kdg. to 6th); Junior High
English/Social Studies; Math Science;
High School Social Science; Shop;
French-English or French-Social Stud-
ies.
For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
ministration, NO 3-1511, Ext. 489.

PERSONNEL INTERVIEWS:
Representatives from the following
will be at the Bureau of Appointments:
Tuesday, March 27:
Gardner Board & Carton Co., Middle-
town, Ohio-men with B.S. or B.A. in
BusAd., LS&A, Psych., Ind'l Rel., and
Acctg. for Training in Industrial Rela-
tions Accouting and Finance, Manufac-
turing and Administration.
J. P. Morgan & Co., New York, N.Y.-
men in any field for Training for Bank
Career.
National Bank of Detroit, Detroit,
Mich.-men with B.A. or M.A. in Social
Science, - Psych., Econ., or Acctg. for
Management Training in Customer Re-
lations, Supervision, Acctg. and Business
Development.
Herpolsheimers Co., Grand Rapids,
Mich.-men and women for Executive
Training in Advertising, Promotion,
Operations, Personnel, Control, and
Merchandising. This is one of the Allied
Stores throughout the U.S.
National Biscuit Co., New York, N.Y.-
men with B., B.S., or B.B.A., Acctgt or
Finance majors preferred, for Manage-
men Training in Acctg. and Finance.
Single men who are non-draftable.
Wednesday, March 28:
YWCA-women for Executive Training
for any program anywhere in U.S.
U.S. Navy Officer Procurement -
women for WAVE. Officer Training.
Elgin National Watch Co., Elgin, Ill.-
men in LS&A and BusAd. for Marketing
Training Program and' Management
Training Program.
Springfield Group, Springfield, Mass.--
men in any field for Underwriting,
Management, Field Work, and Claims.
Thursday, March 29:
Anaconda Wire and Cable Co., Hast-
ings-on-Hudson, N.Y.-men in BusAd.
or Acctg., and students interested in
Technical Sales or Acctg. for Sales,
Acctg., or Manufacturing.
For appointments contact the Bureau
of Appointments, 3528 Administration
Bldg., Ext. 371.
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