Clipped From The Salt Lake Tribune
60 U. Students Awarded Phi Kappa Phi Honors Outstanding scholarship through four years of study at the University University of Utah Monday brought membership in Phi Kappa Phi, na tlonal honorary scholastic society, to 60 students. Winners were announced by Joseph A. Norton, secretary of the group and university registrar, who said the over-all grade averages averages of those elected was amonji* the highest in recent years. Now members with their major •ubjccts include: Spanish: Harold F. Adams, Bandy; accounting: Rex Goddard Bachman, Newell B. Stevenson, Wurd Mitchell Gallacher and Robert Robert Eugene Znnp;; French: Rhoda Elaine Baker; sociology: Beverly Only Small Tools Taken in Theft A garage containing J4000 to $5000 worth, of tools and equipment equipment was entered some time before before Monday morning, but only items reported missing: were two pairs of pliers, two or three scrcw- drivers and an oil can. Oliver Pedersen, 543 Cortcz St., •aid the padlock was broken and hinge forced from the garage door At the rear of his homo to gain entry. • •• Amvets Meet Tonight Delegates to the state convention convention of Amvets in Logan Thursday Thursday through Saturday will be chosen at a meeting of the downtown downtown Salt-Lake post No. 10 in the public safety bldg., 105 S. State, Tuesday at 8 p.m., William F. Smiley, post commander, announced announced Monday. . Black, Joan Farr and Delia Mae Ivins,. Mathematics: Woodrow Wilson Bledsoe and.Lerue William Win get; geological engineering: Allan Eugeno Carlson; English: David Raymond Cheney, Ina Catherine Hatch and Mary Reynolds; psychology: psychology: Ora Nell Chrlstensen and Philip Carl Sturges, Midvelc; economics: economics: Norman W. Clark Farmington Farmington and Ferris SarJ Hillyard. Political science: Richard Wai ter Cottam and Gcraldine Stewart, art: LeRoy Larson Davis; electrical electrical engineering: John Alexander Edward, Robert Glen Fawcctt, Richard William C.row, William Richards Tate, Glen Wade and Benjamin Greenwood Walker, home economics: Janice Virginia Jacobscn, Marjorie Ruby Meyer and Letha Joan Pettls. Management: Glendon Elwood Johnson, Ernest Lester Poulson and Bert Van Ultert; music: Janice Johnson, Jewel Johnson and Sharon Beverly Saylor Winburo; civil engineering: Clarence William Kempt; chemistry: Raymond Silas Lambert, Hannah Geniel Pratt McAllister, Richard Johnson Reyn. olds and Richard Pearson Smith, zoology: Orval Delbert Liechty and Charles Martin Wolf. History: Betty Jean McNamara, Midvale; Louis Duke Morrison and John Junior Worley; chemical engineering: engineering: Jerald Hayden Merrill and Dale Lambourne Salt; elementary elementary education: Ruth Leone Milius, Margaret Jean Strong, Marguerite Ivins Wilson and Margaret Wing; philosophy: Charles Harold Monson Monson Jr. and Wallace Kay Snider. Marketing: Frances Hansen Peterson; basic biological sciences: Charles Elliott Richards; mechanical mechanical engineering: Roy Eugene Van Sickle; metallurgy: Milton Elliot Wadsworth, and German: Benjamin Benjamin Greenwood Walker.