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SUNDAY, MARCH 31, 1957




Oreon E. Scott Freshman I]
Total 292; To Be Awarded

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Leedy Praises IFC, Predicts Future Expansion

The second annual Oreon E.
Scott Freshman Prize will be
awarded to 292 freshmen at a spe-
cial convocation May 10 in the
League Ballroom.
This prize, which was awarded1
for the first time last year, is given
to freshmen in the upper ten per-
cent of their class on the basisapn
thei first semester's average and I
completi n of 15 hours toward a
degree program.A
The Oreon E. Scott Foundation 1
was established in 1950 by Oreon1
E. Scott, '54, a St.nLouis, Mo., law-1
yer, to provide an income for vari-
ous University programs which in-
clude the annual freshman prize.
% Scott died in January, 1955, af-
ter serving as President of the
University of Michigan Club of St.7
Freshman winners will have a
chance to choose their award from
a list of books and a record, which
will be on displayebeginning to-
morrow, at the reference desk in
the Main Reading Room of the
General Library.
Book choices must be made by
Thursday, April 4.
Following is a list of Oreon E.
Scott Freshman Prize winners,
listed by schools and colleges:
College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts: Michael Aaron,
Marilyn J. Anderson, James Apos-
tolakis, Adrienne Auslander, John
R. Ax, Carol R. Badenell, Jacque-
line Baggleman, Barbara L. Baril,
Susan M. Barr, Sonia Baur, Clyde
H. Beck, Jr., Jill K. Bement, Ar-
lene J. Benson, Ronald M. Ben-
son, Fred James Berg, Linda J.
LynnW. Blunt, Monica C. Bor-
kowski, John A. Bostater, Thomas
R. Boufford, Susan L. Brace, Cora
Brody, Susan Brown, Gretchen A.
Burgie, Dorothy J. Bushong, Mary
Jo Campbell, Harriet L. Ceasar,
Frona Chayes, Barbara Chris-
tiansen, Thomas L. Clark, Susan
R. Cohen, Thomas R. Corbett.
Paul Dees, Barbara H. Desind,
Ann Fraicis Doniger, Robert
Douglas, Roberta S. Dresdner,
Joanne Dunn, Lynn E. Dykman,
Ronald D. Eckoff, Myron Eisen
man, Susan J. Evely, Martha S.
Farnsworth, Hal A. Farquhar, Ros-
alind J. Farris, Robert E. Fedchen-
ko, Byrant P. Fillion, Leon D.
Flake, Nancy Freed, Elizabeth L.
Robert C. Galbreath, Dorothy
A. Gartner, Harvey M. Gendler,
Kent G. Gillingham, Beverly H.
Gingold, Sherryl J. Givelber, Bar-
bara J. Gold, Dean L. Griffith,
Gary W. Guenther, Edythe C. Ha-
Bar, John L. Halloran, Janice A.
Hamblin, James S. Hamm, JoAnn
Hardee, Marcia M. Hardies, Sally
L. Heath, Stephen Hedetniemi.
Elizabeth A. Higdon, Paul J.
Hiniker, Lois M. Holtgren, Donald
R. Howard, Joan C. Huebschman,
Ralph Hutchings, Thomas W.
Hutchinson, Ronald M. Jrnigan,
Barbara F. Kahn, Robert L. Kal-
ember, Helen J. Karlan, Lawrence
Kass, Linda J. Kerr, Dennis G.
King, Judith F. Kingsley.
Thomas M. Lain, Wilbur Lan-
genbahn, Jane M. Lauer, Amanda
S. Lauffer, Robert E. Lazarus,
Stephen N. Levinson, Melvyn Le-
vitsky, Marie D. Lewis, Robert H.
Lewis, Deborah J. Linderman, Eu-
gene L. Loren..
Lorna C. Maguire, Gloria K. Ma-
nela, Thomas R. McConnell, Jr.,
Melinda L. McGeachy, John D.
McNutt, Marlene V. Menzel, Ju-
dith Key Meyer, Barbara J. Mey-
ers, Judith A. Meyers, Harvey W.
Miller, Terry O. Miller, Margaret
Anne Moore, Nancy L. Moore, Bar-
bara M. Morrison, Nancy Motta-
Robert P. Neff, Jr., David L. Nel-1

son, Martin D. Newman, Peter C.
Pairolero, Joel Paris, Key Per-
ring, Charles R. Perry, Patricia
Petruschke, Joan C. Pougnet, Ellen
Price, Arlette A. Prieto, Carl R.
Proffer, Elmer W. Prueske, Mi-
chael E. Pryce.
Betsy Ann Quon, William R.
Ransom, Myrna A, Resnik, Joan
S. Rodman, Deborah C. Rosen,
Susan B. Roth, Sarah I. Rowley,
Mary S. Rutherford, Sharon M.
Ryan, Patricia T. Saito, Malcolm
L. Sargent, Donald Schultz, Ar-
nold Schwartz, Sara H. Schwartz,
Gerald Schwanzstein.
Janice E. Seippel, Sandra E.
Shapiro, Sylvia Shapiro, Robert
A. Sheiman, Lawrence B. Silver,
Hubert L. Smith, Milton D. Soder-
berg, Eleanor M. Sokalsky, Shel-
don L. Spector, Mary E. Spoutz,
Susan B. Steier, Kenneth D. Stu-
Fresh man
Prize Books
The following is a list of
books from which winners of
the Oreon E. Scott Freshman
Prize may choose their award:
Anden, Wystan Hugh, The
Collected Poetry.
Bartholomew, John, The Col
umbus Atlas; or Regional Atlas
of the World.
Bartlett, John, compiler, Fa-
miliar Quotations.
Berenson, Bernard, The Ital-
ian Painters of the Renais-
Courant, Richard, What is
Dostoevski, Fedor, The Bro-
thers Karamazov and Crime
and Punishment.
Eddington, Sir A. S., The Na-
ture of the Physical World. ..
Einstein, Albert and Infeld,
The Evolution of Physics, The
Growth of Ideas from Early
Concepts to Relativity and
Eliot, Thomas Stearns, The
Complete Poems and Plays,
Faulkner, William, The Col-
lected Stories.
Gassner, John, Treasury of
the Theatre.
Giedion, Siegfried, Space,
Time and Architecture: The
Growth of a New Tradition.
Gombrich, Ernst, Story of
Howe, Mark Anthony De-
Wolfe, Oliver Wenell Holmes
-The Shaping Years.
Oates, Whitney J. and O'Neill,
Eugene, Jr., The Complete
Greek Drama.
Sandburg, Carl, Abraham
Lincoln, The Prairie Years and
the War Years.
Santayana, George, Life of
Strauss, Leo, Natural Right
and History.
Tillich, Paul J., Dynamics of
Tolstoi, Leo, War and Peace,
translated by Louise and Ayl-
mer Maude, with a foreword by
Clifton Fadiman.
Tovey, Donald F., The Main
Stream of Music and Other Es-
Toynbee, Arnold J., A Study
of History: Abridgement of vol-
umes I-IV by D.C. Somervell.
Untermeyer, Louis, Modern
American Poetry and Modern
British Poetry.
The record Selections of the
Writings of Dylan Thomas,
read by the poet, may also be

art, Sandra E. Suino, Barbara A.
Sunderman, William G. Sutcliffe,
Marilyn Lou Swanson, Gail Switz-
Donna F. Taflan, Marilyn Tan-
nenbaum, Robert F. Tanner, Ju-
dith D. Tendler, Carol E. Ten-
nant, Mary Ann Tinker, Sylvia A.
Trythall, Richard J. Ugoretz, Di-
ane Vecellio, William F. Vogt, Su-
san Walker, Bethany G. Wasser-
man, Jean Claire Weber, Dale
A. R. Webster, Judith Webster,
Jerome M. Weiss, Robert F. Welke,
William H. Wheeler, Lyndon E.
Ann Louise Wiltse, Havrilla M.
Wiseman, Judith F. Witkin, Larry
L. Wolf, Elaine J. Wright, "<irk D.
Wuepper, Maurice L. Zilber, Lau-
rel F. Zisook, Phillip G. Zook, Lin-
da Kay Zoss.
College of Architecture and De-
sign: Noreen A. Bayly, David A.
Churchman, Alfred B. Cocanower,
Suzanne Davis, Thomas K. Hart-
ley, Lois K. Kojola, Ann Mansfield,
David Albert Palm, Howard M.
Parsons, Thomas E. Turner.
School of Education: Darrell L.
Harper, John MacFarland, Rose-
mary L. Sturtz.
College of Engineering: Oliver
H. Allbright, Norman A. Anderson,
Charles E. Bagwell, Gary P. Baum-
ler, Kenneth L. Bays, William F.
Beck, Paul A. Becker, David E.
Bidstrup, John F. Bloodgood, Ste-
phen D. Bojack, William M. Boor-
stein, Andrew A. Bulleri, William
S. C. Chen, Frederick Christopher-
sen, Thomas W. Cross, Philip
Robert A. Dunham, William J
Evans, Jr., Jose L. Flores, Nathan-
iel Friedman, David B. Gilbert,
James R. Glasser, Robert L. Har-
mon, C. Dean Hartwig, Kenneth P.
Haus, Beverly A. Hill, Walter Hoe-
gy, Robert E. Hohmeyer, James
Custer Judd, Nancy LaTendrese,)
Roger Levy, Kenneth P. Mackay,
Richard B. McDowell, David E.
Donald R. McNeal, Edmund A.
Merriman, Larry D. Mitchell,
Frank H. Murphy, Charles A. Nel-
son, Raymond J. Newman, Thomas
C. O'Brien, Robert T. Ollman, Carl
V. Page, A. Colton Park Jr., Thom-
as F. Piatkowski, Allan L. Poellet,
Thomas Rattray, Charles P. Ru-
bin, James F. Savell, Michael
Scadron, Daniel L. Schlozman.
Glenn M. Schmieg, Gary P.
Schneyer, James R. Seegert, Nath-
an L. Simmons, Jay R. Sklar, Jon
S. Squire, James C. Stanley, Frank
J. Stoddard, Bob Ray Vincent,
Martin J. Weiss.
In the School of Music: Carol V.
Colin, James P. Fairleigh, Nancy
E. Gamble, Nancy J. Grawemeyer,
Jerry W. Hakes, Nancy L. Kendall,
Martha N. Rearick, Karen L. Tay-
lor, Ardith S. Watts, Karl M.
In the College of Natural Re-
sources: Theodore B. Salyards,
Michael R. Street.
In the College of Nursing: Mary
E. Bone, Betty J. Bozich, Donna
Kay Burley, Gretchen A. Detrick,
Sylvia E. Engle, Joyce E. Fox,
Helen L. Freedman, Elizabeth M.
Graff, Carolyn E. Holland, Bar-
bara J. Johnson, Judith A. John-
son, Ann M. Jurgensen, Sue C.
McCleary, Nancy A. Newman, Ju-
dith D. Noack, Florence Rosewa-
Evelyn R. Schmelzer, Janet E.
Smith ,Nancy R. Thorne, Donna
L. Tigelaar, Jean B. Warner, Shar-
on S. Warnock.
In the College of Pharmacy: Lee
Jackson Griggs.
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appear that we haven't accom- years, Leedy claims. Much has
"Getting used to being a has- plished much." He said the main been accomplished during the last
been" is the principal occupation concern of University's IFC last year, but this groundwork isn't
of Tim Leedy since retiring as spring was "to clean up its own apparent. It's a very unrewarding
p r e s i d e n t of Inter-Fraternity backyard" after winning national job, the Coral Gables, Fla. resident
Council. awards for two years preceding commented.
Leedy, among the first of the Leedy's presidency. North Campus h o u s i n g is
"campus leaders" to leave office, Internal Policies needed far preservation of the fra-
was succeeded by Rob Trost, '58. The brown-eyed, blazer-clad ternity system, since the newest
Sometimes referred to by his as- student continued, "We decided ! house is 29 years old.
sociates as "Tweedy Tim", the 22- work should be done on internal New North Campus housing will. .
year-old business administration policies of the fraternity system intermingle fraternity and soror-<"
major discussed major accom- and improving fraternity relations I ity housing and possibly some co-
plishments of IFC during the last 1 between the University and town." operative housing.
year. North Campus fraternity hous- IFC Interest
"It's a funny thing," Leedy com- ing, another major project of IFC, Leedy's interest in IFC was
mented, "on the surface it would will become a reality within five brought about primarily by the
influence of fraternity brother,
I Mike Lynch, former secretary of
Organization Notices I "My creation," the Michigan
Fraternity Report was Leedy's
II Circolo Italiano, conversation hour, i Roger Williams Fellowship, supper, major project during his sopho-
April 1, 4:10, Union Snack Bar. March 31, 6:00, Guild House. more year. He edited the eight
page, five-column tabloid-style TIM LEEDY-Former IFC presi
11 Circolo Italiano, April 2, 4:00, 1412 Roger Williams Fellowship, March 31. paper, which boasts a circulation housing is needed for preservat
Mason Hall. Speaker: Ennio Grillo, 6:45, Guild House. Speakers: Dr. Wilbert of about 1800 active affiliates and
"Fruili." McKeachle and Charles Mahone, "Man alumni. I out that organization of Student{
--Is He Saint or Sinner?"sC
Student Activities Scholarship Board, When questioned about the con- Government Council on this cam
applications for Student Activities University of Michigan Folk Dancers, tribution of the fraternity system pus, which includes ex-officios
Scholarships may be picked up at the a program featuring special instruction to University life, Leedy com- and elected representatives, is
Scholarship Division, Office of Student in the Swedish Hambo, April 1, 7:30- mented, "this is evident from the probably the only system which{
Affairs, or at the SGC office in the Stu- 10:00, Lane Hall. type of individual the fraternity would work.
dent Activities. Building. Applications * system puts forth." He gave in- In addition to IFC and SGC,
are due April 5. Lutheran Student Association, sup- Leedy is a member of Phi Eta Sig-
*'*y * per, March 31, 6:00, Lutheran Studentsances o the many affiliates ac-
Westminster Student Fellowship, Center. Speaker, Lasglo Kiraly, a Hun- tive in campus affairs as proof of ma, Hectorians, Michigamua and
W.S.F. Supper, March 31, 5:30 p.m., garian student. this. In most instances when the the recipient of his fraternity's{
Social Hall. * x * University needs something to be { outstanding junior award.
* * Political Issues Club, short business done quickly and competently they Called "Gyro"
Westminster Student Fellowship, eve- meeting followed by discussion of cur- tCalled"Gyro"
ning worship, March 31, 7:00. Speaker: rent events, April 3, 7:30, Student Ac- turn o the fraternity system, he Leedy is refei'red to as "Gyro"
Bill Baker, "How Can We Have a Con- tivities Buildingy t yshbde
sciece? Santuay. elloshi and* s~d.by fraternity brothers because of
science?"Sanctuary. Fellowship and ***Ex-Officio Member his boundless energy, former house
discussion at 8:00. Michigan Christian Fellowship, March I In addition to his work on IFC, Dick Rearick, '57, ex-
Hillel. Yiddish class. March 31, 10.00 Sterrett e H CristDr. Norton Leedy serves as an ex-officio plained. "The only other thing
4. memer onStudent Government which is noticeable about Tim is
a.m., Hillel. * - C . emr on
* I Graduate Outing Club, hike and sup- C his absence since he is out on
Hillei, class - Elements of Judaism, .per, March 31, 2:00, Rackham. Commenting on SGC, he saidr 3 1 0.Hlj"S d g- - - - -
March 31, 10:30 a~m., Hillel. * * *~Mrc "Student government on this cam-
* *°' Unitarian Student Group, March 31, pus is excellent, perhaps a little
Hillel, supper club, March 31. 6:.00, 7:00, 1st Unitarian Church. Speaker too liberal, however." He pointed
Hillel. Dr. Hammond of Grosse Pointe Church,
** * "Man and God."
Hillel, class - Seminar in Judaism, anad* N O W ! it
April 1, 8:00, Hillel. Hillel Foundation, Student Zionist ORDER YOUR *t
Organization meeting, March 31, 7:30
American Nuclear Society, April 2, Hillel. Topic: "Unique Aspects of the GRADUATION
7:00, 2084 East Engineering. Speaker: IIsraeli Security System." Also, Israeli RINGS NoW On April 2, at the M
Prof. R. C. Porter, "Job Opportunities singing and dancing.RI G NO
for Nuclear Engineers in the Power Re- * * *
actor Industry." The Congregational and Disciples I the Michigan Lea
* * * I Student Guild, March 31, 7:00, Memo- Iga
Wesleyan Guild, worship and program, rial Christian Church. Speaker: Dr.
March 31, Wesley Lounge. Speaker: Rev. Leonard Parr, "Christ Among the Poets Myers Tobacco Co.,I
Walter Press, "Christ - His Death." and the Dramatists."
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-Daily-Norman Jacobs
dent explains, "North Campus
ion of the fraternity system."
campus most of the time," Rear-
ick said.
In addition to his extra-curri-
cular work, Leedy releases some
of his energy on golf and other
amateur athletics.
As for the future, Leedy hopes
to embark on a career in advertis-
ing after obtaining his master's
degree in Business Administration
from the University.
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