Y, JULY 1, 1930
THE SUMMER MICMGM DAILY
LY, JULY 1, 1930 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PA~~F~ F'IVR
RUBN B ,SEICTI AIRMEN CON'
WINS FIRST P"r<iZE:2:
ISM ESYCONTEST r....:
Received Degree. at Michigan ~ ~
inr Marine Engineering
in Class of 1915,
"DIED IN° PLANE CRASH .
'Bonbright Prize Offered for Best
Essay on -Electric Light and
Power Industry Rise .t
Honor was again brought to:.
Michigan with the winning of the
Bonbright prize by Reuben B.,
Sleight, former engineering Stu- .$}; ,< fS:+js ;"[ti':'
dent of the university. . :
The Bonbrlght prize originated ' .:" ":
inMarch 1925 at- which time a
ygroup of investment bankers of- y;,.<:::.."',-,:2 ""<i:;R:;;".; ~5 >i:
fered ,prizes aggregating $10,000 } ,..,r::.r :.'...:.:,.,::
for the best contemporary reviews
and forecasts of the electric light Fliers headed by Charles King
and: power industry," to be written both the Pacific and the Atlantic
in the form of articles sumnmariz- the globe in the tri-motored plane,
ing the progress of the decade in (left) is the navigator, and Evert Va
1920-1930. After carefully review-'
ing all the 'essays submitted, the U E C MND
b oa rd of judges unanimously HUEOM E D
granted, "The Development of the A L U M N I SESSIONS
Electric Light and Power Indus-
tries, of the United States during Great interest and enthusiasm
the period 1920-1930," by, Reuben characterized the sessions of the
B. Sleight, the winning essay. first Alumni university which con-
Mr. Sleight received his degree luded its meetings on the campus
of Marine engineering from, the Saturday, acording to Dr. G. Carl
university in 1915. On leaving the Huber, Dean of the graduate
university he was employed by the school and president of the Alum-
!government. ni Association. The registration was
In 1917 Mr. Sleight was appoint- satisfactorily large for the first
ed Production Engineer in the Sig- meeting; more than seventy grad-
nal corps of the U. S. Army. He uates attending the classes.
was- finally promoted to the com- The meetings began last Tues-;
mission 'of: Captain in the Air Ser- day, and continued daily until Sat-a
vice Reserve Officers Corps. After urday afternoon. It is believed that
serving as Appraisal Engineer with a number of new classes and aj
H. E. Riggs, at Ann Arbor, Michi- more elaborate program will be ar-
gan, and as Engineer with the Mn- ranged for the next year's session.I
.n e s o t a Tax Commission, Mr. Inasmuch as the meetings this
Sleight accepted an appointment year were attended by a much
on the Engineering Staff of the larger percentage of women than
United States Department of Coi- men, it is believed that the type
merce as an aide to the then Sec- of work offered appealed more to
retary, Herbert Hoover. It was the feminine taste than to the
while serving in this office that he masculine. At any rate efforts willI
was killed in an airplane landing be made to determine the cause!
at Montpelier, Vermont, November for difference in attendance of the
14, 1927. two.1
Toaste SandichesLight Lunches
Each day we prepare a t+
^ -- Special Noonday Luncheon
w which makes an appetizing
and well balanced meal.1
QUER OCEANS I
TWENTY ACHIEVE '
ALL 'A'_ STANDING
All A grades were received the
past semester by seventeen stu-
dents in the college of Engineer-
ing. and by three in the college of
architecture according to a report
issued by Mrs. C. B. Green, assist-
ant secretary of the college of En-
Those included in the honor list
were : Wilfred A. Bychinsky, Rich-
ard N. Cogger, Robert G. Harris,
Clevoe D. Jones, Kasimir Karpin-
ski, Edward Yendall, William H.
Yenni, George L. Beard, Allan D.'
Forbes, Jorge J. Jiminez, Elbert M.
Gage, Robert L. Smith, Robert Lee
Baker, Ellison B. Evans, John H.
Lambert, Kingsley C. Peck, and
Herbert E. Vaughan, all of the col-
lege of Engineering.
The three from the college of
Architecture who received the hon-
or were: Floyd R. Johnson, Albert=
W. Olson, Malcomn H. Stitton.
Two of the students, Wilfred A.
Bychinsky and William H. Yenni,
are residents of Ann Arbor.
BUTLER UNIVERSITY: Although
definite figures have not yet been.
compiled, it is hoped that the Sum--.E
mer School registration will excedec
.ill --9-W W-91
IThe Choicest of Wholesome Foods
CHICKEN DINNER EVERY SUNDAY
WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL CLOSE
OF SUMMER SESSION
Mrs. Anna Kalmbach
A sociated Pres Ph Ioto
;sford-Smith (center), who crossed
Oceans in their attempt to girdle,
Southern Cross. Capt. J. W. Saul
an Dyk (right), the second pilot.
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