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Congratulations
Each year the day of the Honors Convocation is
justly dedicated to students who have achieved a supe-
rior academic rating.
In Hill Auditorium this morning hundreds will re-
ceive formal congratulations from their University for
as many jobs well done. Some will add the honor to a
growing collection of accolades, others will cherish it as
a precious, brief recognition for years of quiet work.
Thousands more just recognize the ceremony as a
symbol of tribute to their own efforts, for where one is
honored, ten more go unnoticed - reading, typing,
searching.
Today, for the fifth consecutive year, The Daily
presents its Honors Supplement as a tribute to both
scholarship and accomplishment in extratcurricular ac-
tivities. While it can never be complete, every effort has
been made to list those who have distinguished them-
selves academically or who have served their University
through campus organizations.
Where space was limited, and complete membership
lists could not be included, the officers of the organiza-
tion appear, instead.
Also mentioned are all those who will receive recog-
nition at the Convocation, as are the members of campus
scholastic and honorary societies.
To these people, and to the ones who serve without
public recognitiorn, we extend our congratulations.

Outstanding
Students Win
'U' Awards
Scholastic Ability
Determines Choices
Tangible as well as intangible
rewards often come to students
who have distinguished themselves
academically.
Alumni and friends of the Uni-
veresity, wishing to recognize the
values of scholarship annually add
to the list of scholarships and
prizes available to deserving stu-
dents.
Following is a partial list of
awards earned by Univeresity stu-
dents during the year 1956-57:
Air Force Association
Silver Medal
John George Friess
Alpha Chi Sigma Award
Chemistry
Robert Arthur Stenger
Alpha Kappa Psi Medallion
Business Administration
David Neal Wakely
Alpha Rho Chi Medal
Architecture and Design
Ronald Alexander Rogers
Alumni War Memorial Award
Hubbard Trefts
American Institute of Architects'
Medal
Victor Joseph Shrem
Arnold Air Society Award
John Matthew Leinonen
David Aspland Scholarship
Engineering
Charles George Brockus
J. B. Bullock
James Lyle Daws, Jr.
Melvin William Devers
Colin Duane Keys

Goheen

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About Education
Scholastic Achievement Recognized
At Annual Honors Convocation
One of America's youngest' outstanding educators will
address the 34th Honors Convocation at 11 a.m. today.
Robert F. Goheen, president-elect of Princeton Univer-
sity, will explore "The Not So Serene Temples of Learning."
Goheen, 37 years old, one of the youngest presidents in
the history of Princeton, was chosen to speak by the Honors
Convocation committee and Assistant to the President Eric
A. Walter.
First of the annual academic convocations was held in
1924 by President Marion LeRoy Burton. The President felt
then that "in the small world
of a college campus far more oT1
public commendation and oe
recognition of their achieve-
ments come to the athlete or To Appear
the office holder than to the
ones who have distinguished
themselves academically." As O rgan st
Establishment of the annual ex-
ercises was intended to switch Prof. Robert Noehren of the
emphasis from office-holders and music school is guest organist at
athletes to those scholastically ac- today's Honors Convocation.
complished. His program will include J. S.
Convocation procedure is the Bach's "Fantasie in G" and "Fugue
same now as then. The Regents on the Credo."
are led by the President onto the The University Organist came
stage, followed by the faculty, to Michigan after studying at the
clad in black robes and bright Institute of Musical Art in New
academic hoods. York and the Curtis Institute of
After the Processional and the Music in Philadelphia. He received
National Anthem, the honors stu- the degree of Bachelor of Music
dents are presented, and the con- in 1948 from' the University.
vocation addressis delivered by Prof. Noehren was a student of
a nationally prominent figure. Paul Hindemith, and a 1958 winner
Following the organ postlude, the of a Carnegie Grant for special
audience files out to catch the study on the organ of the 17th and
last noon chimes from Burton 18th centuries in France.
Tower. His own works include "Sonata
Th e aer.e for Organ," "Fantasie for organ,"
The year's speaker was named and "String Trio."
last December to head the Uni-
versity at which he is assistant
professor of humanities. Former Hatcher Picks
director of the Woodrow Wilson
Fellowship Program, (now headed Arnold
by Prof. Richard Boyes of the Ariiold RUSin,
English department) he is a
member of Phi Beta Kappa and Miss Willard
author of several books of criti-
cism on Greek literature.
He will assume the presidency Nancy M. Willard, '58 and Ar-
at the end of this academic year. ,nod . Rsi,', wilrpe
coni-th d-iraf hnri d nnti-

SGC Ends Second Year,
Establishes NewStudies

Student Government Council
enters its third year of existence
with the knowledge that this past
year has been an extremely event-
ful one.
Led by President William Ad-
ams, '57 Grad., Vice-President Joe
Collins, '58 and Lewis Engman,
'57, treasurer, the Council studied
many areas during the past year.
One issue-Sigma Kappa-dom-
inated, the work of the Council.
Calendars; Rushing, Rent
Initiation of SGC Forums, plus
action on the Lecture Committee,
the calendar, fraternity rushing,
rising residence hall costs and a
review of Panhellenic's proposed
rushing calendar are the major
ones.
Half the Sigma Kappa problem
was settled Dec. 5 when SGC
found the sorority in violation of
University regulations; the oth-
er half will be settled in Sept. 1958
when the Council will decide whe-
ther the sorority will retain rec-
ognition.
A committee established on Oct.
3 to study the University Lecture
Committee and Regent By-Laws
on outside speakers submitted a
report accepted by SGC March 6.
It contained 12 recommenda-
tions calling 'for revisions in the
Lecture Committee.
Calendar Committee
On Jan. 16, SGC called "for an
immediate evaluation of the Uni-
versity calendar" and recom-
mended a study committee which
was then established in Febru-
ary by President Hatcher. Compo-
sition of the Committee closely
followed SGC's recommendations.
Discussion forums were also es-

tablished during the year. The
first was on Sigma Kappa, the
second on financial aid to Big
Ten athletics and the third on the
University calendar.
Honor, Enrollment
Establishment of a committee
to study an honor system at the
University on April 3 and the es-
tablishment of a committee on in-
creasing enrollments at the April
17th meeting are the most recent
developments in a busy year.
Following is a list of the mem-
bers of Student Government
Council for the year 1956-57:
Elected Members
William Adams, Grad.
Joe Collins, '58
Scott Chrysler, '59E
Roger Comstock; '57E
Mal Cumming, '58BAd.
Lewis Engman, '57
Maynard Goldman, '59
Don Good, '57E
Janet Neary, '58
Tom Sawyer, '58
Ron Shorr, '58 BAd (appointed)
Anne Woodard, '57
Janet Winklehaus, '57
John Wrona, '57
Ex-Officio Members
Sue Arnold, '57Ed., president
Michigan League
Carol DeBruin, '57, president,
Panhellenic association
Roy Lave, '57Ed., president, Mi-
chigan Union
Tim Leedy, '57BAd., president,
Inter-Fraternity Council
Jean Scruggs, '58, president, As-
sembly Assn.
Richard Snyder, '57, managing
editor, Michigan Daily.
Robert Warrick, '57E, president,
Inter-House Council.

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BURTON TOWER AT NIGHT-Each year, the Honors Convocation audience files out

George Allen Menold of Hill Auditorium just as the Burton Tower carillon chimes noon.
Larry Ray Price ___________~__
Robert Arthur Shaw
Association of the United States REGENTS-ALUMNI:
Army Medal
William Byer Chase III " T
Richard Owen Pompian rM'r 4 7 d n sehhips
James L. Bagcock Scholarship
M u sic - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - -
Patricia Jean Stenberg Regents-Alumni scholarships areI
Joseph M. Boyer Scholarship for full tuition and are awarded to George William Hoaglin, Roger Seward, Francis Sowersby Shak-I
Engineering deserving students living in Michi- Charles Homeister, Jack Hovingh, lee, Charles Richard Sharp, Peter
Richard Russell Coller gan. Judith Ann Huber, Lorraine Hui- James Shaw, Gladys J o a n n e
Vincent Francis Cramer They are maintained for as long Helen Ann Jankovich, Eleanor Sheets, Warren Fredric Sherman,
Ruth Johnson, Paul Duane Jans- Peggy Joan Smith, Janet Elaine
Damn Glen Fitzgd ase enma, Gloria Dean Johnson, Harold Snow, Karen Venessa Snyder, Lee
Raymond Ivan Knight average.
Gerald Louis Zyskowski Following is a list of students John Johnson. Roberta Ruth Henry Solomon.
William Jennings Bryan who have received the Regents-Jh n aChrlesn Leoyer, atricia John
I-ons Charles Steiner, Patricia Jean
Prize in Political Science Alumni award for eight semesters: Jonr
Herbert Edward Marks Claude Stanley Abshier, Carol' Nancy Jane Kanitz, Suzanne Stenberg, Katharine Stott, Charles
Chi Omega Prize C Jean Adams,tald Clyde Ander- Katz, Sandra Gay Keckonen, Mar- Mitchel Straayer, Margaret Ann
garet Jeanne Kegerreis, Gordon Stribley, Richard Walter Sund-
Sociology sen, Martin Paul Anderson, Bailey Hubert Kelly, Lois Ann Kilpela, ling, Judith Lillian Sweet, Gloria
Elaine Joyce Blaustein Irene Apple, Frank Edward Arens, William Torrie King, Carol Jean Henrietta Szweda, Elizabeth Fran-
Joseph A. Bursley Robert Lorain Armstrong, Beverly Kirshner, Gerhard Thies Konrad, ces Tassone, Robert Dale Tazelaar,
Mechanical Engineerring Award Jean Ashby, Eric M. Aupperle, Janet Marie Koster, Carol Lou Gloria Marie Tennant, Shirley
Donald James Petterson Thomas Warren Bailey, Christine Kritt Richard F. Kuisel, Charles Annette Tepper, Ernest Frederick
Chicago Tribune Gold Medal Joan Baker, Barbara Amy Baxter, Elmer Kuivinen, Helen Marie Theodossin, Patricia Gail Thwing,
Ray Howard Kirkpatrick John Edward Baxter, Henry I. Laaksonen, Jeanne Josephine La- Janet Bliss Uhl, Jean Rachel Un-
John Matthew Leinonen Baylis, Bernard Leo Bebeau, Bar- Belle, Lily Gay Lampinen, Patsy derwood, Gaille Diane Valentine.
Richard Orland Roemer bara Jean Beintum, James Rich- Ann Langdon, Clarice Alexandra James Dean Van Brocklin, Paul-
William Robert VanderKloot ard Beissel, Robert Omer Bennett, Larsen, Harriet Ann Lehman, ine Jeanette Velden, Betty Jane
Chicago Tribune Silver Medal Jr., Jack Edward Boers, Richard George Henry Lennon, Gilbert Si- Veres, V e v e n k a Vukmirovich,
Richard Dean Austin Reinhold Born, Jerry Carl Borsum. mon Lewis. Peggy Jane Walter, Carol Nell
Philip Gerald Dombrowski Bruce John Boss, Marie Elaine Janeen Dorothy Lewis, Eunice Wheeler, David Todd Wilkinson,
Harry Walter Evans Bourbonnais, Thomas John Boy- Lillian Loeweke, Randall James Albert Norman Williams, Frederick
Heilbron Bascom Love, Jr. er, Anthony Thomas Edward Longcore, J a m e s McCafferty, Charles Williams, Thomas George
Edwin F. Conely Scholarship Bronzo, Joseph Alan Bruckman, Richard Dale McCrea, Barbara Windeknecht, Betty Lou Wolf,
Political Science Ralph Edward Cadger, John Roy Jane McCullough, Nancy Mac- Mary Esther Woodworth, Jeanette
Arthur Sheldon Clubok Caldwell, Claire Elaine Campbell, Donald, Albert Regalvylle McKen- Audrey Wozniak, Patricia Ann
Distinguished AFROTC Cadet Kay Ann Campbell, Victor Duane zie, Barbara Suzanne McLaughlin, Wright, John Charles Wrona, Rex
See PRIZES, page 3 Carlson, Bailey Gibson Carroll, Georgia May McLaughlin, Mary Jacob Youse, Robert Lee Ziegel-
Edward Robert Carson, Claudette ' L. Marshall, Nino Antonia Mas- man.
Joan Casello, Talivaldis Cepuritis, nari, James Michael Maszatics,
Lucy I. Cherrin, Betty Jeanne Donald Branse Medalie, Paul Ar-
Cole, Mary Jean Crocker, Doro- thur Menard, Joyce Eileen Men- CAMPUS SPORTMEN
re IL eaders thy Diane Crowell, Marlene Jo- denhall, Willis Wallace Merking,
anne Davis, Barbara Karen Dean, Carolyn Jean Merrifield, John
Robert Gordon DeLosh. William Milionis, Joan Elizabeth arsity A thl
Cynthia Louise Dieterichs, Ted Miller, Sally Ann Miller.
DEUTSCHER VEREIN - Jay George Dodenhoff, Barbara Liv- Pamelia Ann Mills, William J
Kellaway, '57 ingston Doering, Edward John Minella, Joan Minnema, William e The following men received 'M'
DIMENSION - Ruth Heald, Downing, Donald Charles Dunton, Joseph Mitchell, Donald Jamn lesp r awards his ar f thletics
'58 A&D, Kijoshi Kikuchi, '57 A& Harriet Louise Eaton, Lehman J. Muir, Darrel Dean Mullinix, Don- Golf, tennis, baseball and track
D, Kenneth Kaji, '57 A&D, Roy Eaton, Patricia Louise Ekleberry, ald Munro, Jr., Joyce Anne Mur- il , he ben and or
Euker, '57A&D Marian Natalie Ellias, Ann Ellis, ray, Rima Jean Nickell, Gordon from last year. since this season's
E V A N G E L I C A L AND RE- Lewis August Engman, Marguerite Lee Nitz, Ronald Paul Nordgren, play in those sports has not been
FORMED STUDENT GUILD - Ann Erickson, Delores Levyonie John Thomas Ohrenberger, Janet completed,
Larry W. Wiedmayer, '57E Evans, Harry Walter Evans, Carol Olson, Carol Ann Otto, Wil-c
EXECUTIVE BOARD OF THE Spaulding Fred Everett, Barbara liam Charles Parks, Margaret E. I FOOTBALL 1956
ENGINEERING CLASS OF 1959 Leslie Eyre, Nancy Kay Farrell, Patterson, Joanne Marie Paus- Terry Barr, '57; Thomas Berger,
-Jorge Boehringer, '59E James Lewis Fenton, Barbara chert, Charles Clyde Peck. '58; Alexander Bochnowski, '58;
FINANCE CLUB - Edward Ber- Fiedrich. Patricia E m i 1 y 'emberton, David Bowers, '58; Charles
esh, Grad.; Kenneth Myers, Grad. 'sKatherine Viola Fodell, Sidney Theodore Lee Petersen, Marjorie Brooks, '57; James Byers, '59;,
FOLK DANCERS - Judson D. Harold Forman, Forest Kendall Anne Piercy, Carol Ann Elizabeth Clement Corona, '57; James Da-
McGehee, Grad. Fowler, Jr., Jane Arbon Fowler, Pillon, C a r 1 Raymond Pingel, vies, '58; James Dickey, '58; Law-
FORESTERS' CLUB - Hubbard Marilyn Joyce Francis, JoAnn Harold Thomas Platt, Clarideth rence Faul, '58; John Greenwood,
Trefts, '57NR Gates, Nancy Ellen Geer, Judith Jeanne Plott, William L o g a n '57; John Herrnstein, '59; Rich-
FRATERNITY BUYERS' AS- Sue Geeting, Margaret Frances Powell, Robert Lockhart Prentice, ard Heynen, '58; Walter Johnson,
SOCIATION INC. - Victor Carl- Gibson, Barbara M. Gierow, Bad- IjDonna Anne Prichard, Olga Pur- '59; Richard Hill, '57; Ronald Kra-
son, '57BAd. bara Ann Gilmore, William Gale avs, Trese Dorcas Quarderer, Lu- mer, '57; Jack Lousma, '58.
I' A 1tMiT n li'T TA A 7 11.. V;_ C( inter-,,.T'.,-,41-, M1 ,1i .1.onn TT ' ,.,,,.-, rx,,, 1 0,7 Tr',.i,-1, .Tampa M 'Nfq,~lro(-.r '5Y7- 'T'b-rroc'

sent the s u ent aoy y n ex
years' Honors Convocation Com-
mittee.
The outstanding students were
chosen by President Harlan
Hatcher from among ten recom-
mended by Student Government
Council.
Miss~Willard has been named
to Alpha Lambda Delta, Mortar-
board and Junior Phi Beta Kap-
pa.
Ruskin is chairman of the In-
ter-House Council J u d i c i a r y
Council. He is also treasurer of
Taylor House, South Quadrangle,
and a member' of the Michigan
Marching Band,
He is a member of Phi Eta Sig-
ma, Tau Beta Pi and Phi Lamb-
da Upsilon honoraries. Ruskin, a
past orientation group leader, has
also been recently awarded the
Oreon E. Scott Award.

A CLUB FOR EVERY INTEREST:
Campus Organizations Na]
"'S

ROBERT F. GOHEEN
Convocation Speaker

etes Awarded 'M' Letters

Following is a list of campus
organizations active during the
year 1956-57, and hteir registered
presidents. Groups not mentioned
here appear elsewhere in the sup-
plement.
ACOLYTES - Rollin W. Work-
man, Grad.
AFRICAN UNION - John Bil-
son, '59M
AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIE-
TY-Robert Stenger, '57.
AMERICAN INSTITUTE O F
CHEMICAL ENGINEERS - Wil-
liam D. Carleton, '57E
AMERICAN INSTITUTE O F
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND
INSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGIN-
EERS - Norman J. Johnson, '57E
AMERICAN NUCLEAR SOCIE-

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF TOOL
ENGINEERS - James M. Hardy,
'58E
ANT H R O POLOGY CLUB -
Frank Livingstone, Grad.
ARAB CLUB-Ibrahim A. Hazi-
mah, Grad.
BACTERIOLOGY CLUB - Jo-
seph H. Kite, Grad.
BAHA'I STUDENT GROUP -
Bernard Streets, Grad.
CAMPUS CHAPEL - Don Sik-
kema, '57
CANTERBURY - Charles S.
Lynch, Jr., '58
LE CERCLE FRANCAIS - Bar-
bara Hecht, '57
CHESS CLUB - James O'Brien,
'59
CHINESE STUDENTS' CLUB -
Allan A. L. Yuen, '59
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BASKETBALL 1956-57
M,C. Burton, Jr., '59; Thomas
Fegan, '57; Ronald Kramer, '57;
George Lee, '59; Jack Lewis, '59;
Thomas Raisor, '57; James Shear-
on, '57; Randolph Tarrier, '58;
Peter Tillotson, '58; William
Wright, '58.
SWIMMING 1956-57
Donald Adamski, '58; Brian
Browne, '59; Edward Cole, '59;
Peter Fries, '59; Richard Hanley,
'60; Joseph Haselby, '57; Cyrus
Hopkins, '59; Richard Kimball,
'59; Allen Maten, '60; Richard
Mehl, '59; Frederick Mowrey, Jr.,
'59; John Murphy, '58; David My-
ers, '57; John Narcy, '57; Theo-
dore Reissing, Jr., '58; Harrison

WRESTLING 1956-57
Dan Deppe, '57; Lloyd Hamady,
'57; Karl Lutomski, '59; Jack Mar-
chello, '58; Larry Murray, '59;
Max Pearson, '58; Mike Rodriguez,
'57; Steve Zervas, '58.
GYMNASTICS 1956-57
Robert Armstrong, '57; Charles
Clarkson, '59; Edward Cole, '59;
John Eckle, '58; Edward Gagnier,
'58; James Hayslett, '59; Richard
Kimball, '58; Frank Newman, '59;
Wayne Warren, '57; Nick Wiese,
'57.
GOLF 1956
Stanley Kwasiborski, '58; Henry
Loeb, '57; Robert McMasters, '56;
Robert MacMichael, '57; Freder-
ick Michlow, '57; John Schubeck,
'57; Stevan Uzelac, '57.

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