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May 28, 1958 - Image 3

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STHE MICHIGAN DAILY

°d Goes Through Year with Quiet Efficiency

in Scabbard and Blade, Eta Kap-
pa Nu, an engineering honorary,
and Tau Beta Pi.
Both of Ward's parents attend-
ed the University, Ward's father
in business administration school
and his mother in liberal arts.
Parents 'U' Alumni
Ward denied that his parents
had not wanted him to attend the
University. He said they talked

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about other schools more than the
University because they were
afraid that they would influence
him to attend the University
against his will.1
"They wanted me to go to Mich-
igan," Ward said, "they just
didn't want me to know that they
did."
Along with education, Ward has
picked up opinions on various
campus activities.
SGC "Fine Thing"
Student Government Council,
-Daily-Fred Shippey he says, is "basically a fineuthing."
BERT WARD - He says, however, that SGC
he was out selling ads was treading on "untouchable
grounds" with Sigma Kappa, as
school, and then boom, you're out a body that was previously legis-
,n tlative has taken on a judicial
doing it'" function. Ward holds that the
Things changed when Ward be- two functions should not be com-
came business manager. Then he bined.
was concerned with "a whole slew "The, privilege of living with a
of problems" including supervis- select group of individuals" he
ing the lower staffs and the main lists as the main advantage of a
concern, keeping revenue up and fraternity, saying that a frater-'
expenses down. nity is a "good, maturing factor."
Ward is a Naval ROTC scholar- Is Michigamua worthwhile?
ship student who did well in both "Definitely yes," Ward says. He
scholarship and ROTC. He was classes it as "the most worthwhile

of any student organization." The
students in Michigamua have
proved themselves in the past,
Ward says, and are "expected to
do things for Michigan."
The thing Ward liked best
about the academic side of his
education was the engineering
school honor system, which he
sees as "testing a person on a
mature basis." "And." he adds,
"it's successful."
Ward sees no one Michigan coed
regularly and has "no plans in the
romantic line," at least as far as
long-term plans go.
Ward will return to school in
the fall to finish up a half-year
remaining in engineering. He will
then probably take a semester's
work in business administration
school, before serving a three year
hitch in the Navy.

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