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,Y 21, 1959

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Y 211959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ARGEST FOUNDATION GRANT:
Regents Accept Gifts Totaling $450,000
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The Regents yesterday accept-
ed gifts, grants and bequests to-
talling almost $450,000.
From the W. K. Kellogg Foun-
dation, the Regents accepted two
grants totalling$164,000 with
$114,000 to be used to help equip
* the addition to the School of Pub-,
lic Health Building and $50,000 to
finish a part of the addition.
McGregor Fund had made a
payment of $50,000 as the first
half of a grant of $100,000 for the
purchase of research equipment
for the Mental Health Research
Building.
Accept Grant
Payment of $19,000 as the first
semi-annual payment on a grant
for research on the theory of con-
sumer behavior by the Institute
Nor Social Research was accepted
fxom Rockefeller Foundation.
From three tire and rubber com-
panies the Regents accepted a to-
tal of $21,750 for research in tire
dynamics and its relationship to
automotive suspension systems.
The donors were: The Firestone
Tire and Rubber Co., The Good-
year Tire and Rubber Co., and
United States Rubber Company,
each of whom made a grant of
$7,250.
From Mrs. Alvan Macauley the
Regents accepted 400 shares of
Burroughs Corporation stock with
a current value of approximately
$16,000. This will establish the Es-
telle Littlepage Macauley Scholar-
ship and Fellowship Fund in Sci-
ence and Engineering, half the
proceeds to support fellowships for
advanced predoctoral students in
mathematics or the physical sci-
ences and half to support fellow-
ships for a fifth year of study in
the School of Graduate Studies by
senior students in the College of
Engineering.
Research Aided
L. Y, du Poht D Nemours and
Company has given a total of $15,-
000 with $10,000 for fundamental
research in chemistry and for $5,-
000 for a postgraduate fellowship
in chemical engineering.
From Wayne State University
the Regents accepted $14,750 for
the Institute of Labor and Indus-
trial Relations. (The Institute
budget is supported equally by
both universities.)
DoW Chemical Company has
made a grant of $11,550 to sup-
port the work of Henry K. Townes
on insect research centering
,around the Ichneumonidae.

Three grants amounting to $10,-
050 were accepted from Consumers
Power Company with $7,500 for
a fellowship in engineering, $2,250
for engineering scholarships and
$300 for a freshman scholarship.
The Regents accepted a total of
$10,000 from two donars (Miss
Emma A. Ouerbacker and Thomas
A. Yawkey, each gave $5,000) to
establish' The Frederick W. DeFoe
Memorial Scholarship. The prin-
cipal sum is to be invested and
reinvested by the University and
the income will be utilized, in ac-
cordance with the directions of the
Law School faculty, to provide
scholarships or loans for worthy
but needy students in that school.
Two grants were accepted from
Elsa U. Pardee Foundation with
$5,850 for cancer research and
$3,600 for a fellowship in cancer,
research.
Support Granted
Merck Sharp and Dohme has
given $7,500 for a symposium on
corticotropin and corticosteriod on
June 27 and 28.
An unrestricted grant of $7,500
was accepted from Research Cor-
poration, for support of research
by Robert E. Ireland, instructor in
chemistry. This will be the first of
three annual grants for Dr. Ire-
land's use which the corporataion
will make in "extraordinary recog-
nition of his potential."
The Regents accepted $7,000
from the Regents of The Univer-
sity of Wisconsin for a securities
valuation study to be conducted
under the direction of Prof. Doug-
las A. Hayes of the School of Busi-
ness Administration.
Money Given for Aid
An anonymous donor has given
a total of $7,000 with $6,000 for
Pemphigus research by Dr. Arthur
C. Curtis and. $1,000 for aid to
pharmacy students. Pemphigus is
an inflammatory disease charac-
terized by blobs on the skin or
mucous membranes.
The Ford Foundation has made
a grant of $5,785 for use by The
University of Michigan Press to
stimulate scholarly publication in
the humanities and the social sci-
ences.
There were two grants totalling
$5,010 to the Forney W. Clement
Memorial Fund which is used to
support the Hospital School. The
Forney W. Clement Memorial
Foundation gave $5,000 and the
Dearborn Outer Drive Kiwanis
Club, Inc. gave $10. The Clement

Foundation is supported by the
Kiwanis clubs of Michigan.
An anonymous donor has given
$5,000 for the Pediatrics Assist-
ance Fund.
Receive Financial Aid
Allen Industries Foundation,
Inc., has given $5,000 for support
of metabolism research by Dr.,
J. W. Conn.
From three donors, the Regents
accepted $4,200 for a program in
in-service training for high school
physics teachers. The donors were:
Ford Motor Company Fund, $1,-
800 and Chrysler Foundation,
$1,800.
Take Final Payment
The Regents accepted $4,040
from the Educational Television
and Radio Center, representing
the final payment on two grants-
in-aid for the production of two
series of radio programs by the
University's FM station, WUOM.
Add Grant
Sponsors' Committee Cultural
Center Fund No. 291, has made
another grant of $4,000 for the
Flint College instructional fund.
From the Alfred P. Sloan Foun-
dation, Inc., the Regents accepted
$3,750 representing the first pay-
ment on grants-in-aid to provide
annual stipends for five Alfred P.
Sloan national scholars for a two-
year period beginning with
1959-60.
Wyeth Laboratories has given
$3,600 for Amphogel research by
Dr. H. M. Pollard.
Ends Payment
Michigan State Board of Alco-
holism has made a grant of $2,-
909.57 representing the final quar-
ter payment on a research grant
to Dr. H. M. Pollard.
Mrs. Frederick G. Novy, Jr. has
given $3,230.71 for the Frederick
G. Novy Fellowship for Research
in Bacteriology.
Phillips Petroleum Company has
given $2,500 for the'company's fel-
lowship in chemical engineering
for 1959-60.
Grant Made
Committee for Economic Devel-
opment has made a grant of $2,-
500 for the Michigan Business Ex-
ecutives Research Conference.
American Foundation for Phar.-
maceutical Education has given
$2,250 for the second half of fel-
lowship stipends for three stu-
dents.,
Through the Michigan Alumni
Fund, Mr. and M~rs. Edward P.
Wright, have given $1,500 to es-

tablish the Edward Pulteney
Wright and Jean Davies Wright
expendable trust fund for use un-
der the direction of the director
of the Museum of Paleontology.
Accept Aid
The Regents accepted $1,500
from the Link Foundation, Smith-
sonian Institution, for a graduate
fellowship in aeronautical engi-
neering. The field of specialization
for the recipient is to be in either
aerodynamics, structures, propul-
sion or instrumentation.
From Scott Paper Company
the Regents accepted $1,500 for
the company's scholarship awards
for the second semester of 1958-59.
From 'various donors, a total of
$1,400 was accepted for the Ac-
tuarial Science program. The do-
nors were: Lincoln National Life
Insurance Company, $1,000; Equi-
table Life Insurance Co. of Iowa,
Julian and Helene Sprague
Foundation has given $1,000 for
the foundation's fellowship.
Gilbert H. Montague has given
$1,000 toward the expenses of the

U-M Law School Summer Insti-
tute.
From Lincoln National Life In-
surance Co., the Regents accepted
$1,000 for the Heart Station Re-
search Fund.
Establish Fund
Travenol Laboratories has given
$1,000 to establish a Thyroid Re-
search Fund under the direction
of Dr. William M. Beirwaltes.
Johnson Service Company has
given $1,000 for two scholarships
in the College of Engineering.
The Regents also accepted two
gifts not-in the form of money in
their meeting yesterday.
From John L. Booth the Re-
gents accepted a collection of rare
shells and mineral together with
six display cases for the Exhibit
Museum. The total value of the
gift is $6,055.
University of Michigan Presi-
dent Emeritus Alexander G. Ruth-
ven's gift of a collection of rare
and important books in the fields
of science was accepted by the
Museum of Zoology.

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To Give Guidane

Committee
Established
By Regents
By JOHN FISCHER
The Regents formed a new Uni-
versity Committee on Broadcast-
ing yesterday.
They revised their bylaws to es-
tablish a committee that would
have responsibility for "formulat-
ing and carrying out plans and
policies governing all University
broadcasting activities, both radio
and television."
This does not include jurisdic-
tion over WCBN, the residence
halls' network, Lyle Nelson, Direc-
tor of University Relations, said.
Extend Jurisdiction
Under a former bylaw, jurisdic-
tion over all broadcasting, includ-
ing WCBN, was vested in the ex-
ecutive committee of the Radio
Broadcasting Service. The juris-
diction of WCBN is now with the
Residence Halls Board of Govern-
ors, with whom the old' committee
had joint control.
The new committee wi pro-
vide WCBN consulting services on
request, however, Nelson said.
WCBN is not considered to be
under the jurisdiction of the new
committee, because it is closed
circuit, he explained.
Committee Increased
The new bylaw increases the
size of the committee from six to
nine. Six, instead of three mem-
bers, will be appointed by the
president from the University
Senate. "The old committee was
too small," Nelson said.
Nelson said that now the com-
mittee would have a broader rep-
resentation from the faculty. The
present three faculty committee
members are from the English
department and the music and
medical schools.
The three ex-officio members
will now be the dean of statewide
education or the director of the
University Extension Service; the
director of University Relations
and the director of braodcasting.
The president will designate
whether the dean of statewide ed-
ucation or the director of the Ex-
tension Service will be on the com-
mittee, and he will also appoint
the committee chairman.
List Menbers
The ex-officio members 'of the
old committee are Nelson, who is
chairman, Garnet R. Garrison,
Director of Broadcasting and
Everett J. Soop, Director. of the
University Extension Service. Uni-
versity Senate members are Dean
Earl V. Moore of the music school,
Prof. Karl Litzenberg of the Eng-
lish department and Prof. Harry
A. Towsley of Pediatrics and Com-
municable Diseases and Associate
Director of the postgraduate med-
icine department.

-Daily-Allan Winder
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The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of The Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no edi-
torial responsibility. Notices should
be sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3519 Administration Build-
ing. before 2 p.m. the day preceding
publication. Notices i for Sunday
Dally due at 2:00 pm. Friday.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1959
VOL. LXIX, NO. 99
.Lectures
John Crowe Ransom, Professor Emeri-
tus of Eng. at, Kenyon College, will
lecture on Religion and Poetry at 4:10
p.m. in Rackham Aud., Mon., Feb. 23
under the auspices of the Committee
on Studies in Religion and the Dept. of'
fEng.
Concerts
Faculty Recital: Gustave Rosseels, vi-
olinist, and Benning Dexter, pianist,
will present a concert on Sun.,.Feb. 22,
at 8:30 in Trueblood Aud., Frieze Bldg.
Sonatas by Beethoven and Faure, com-
positions by George Balch Wilson and
Herbert Elwell. Open to the general
public.
Student Recital: Karl Glenn, who
studies French horn with Clyde Car-
penter, will present a recital in partial
fulfillment of the requirements for
the degree of Master of Music (Wind
Instruments) ,pn Sun., Feb. 22, at 4:15
p.m., Aud. A, Angell Hall. He will be,
assisted by William Boot, pianist, and
by an ensemble composed of Joanne
Bath, violin; Elizabeth Lichty, viola;
Nancy Farrand, viola; Nancy Hollinger,
ce1l6; Jo Louise Bradley, flute; and
Harold Jones, tympani. Compositions
by Richard Strauss, Kohs, Heisen and
Mozart. Open to the' public without
charge.
Academic Notices
Engineering Mechanics S e m i n a r,
Mon., Feb. 23 at 4:00 p.m., Rm. 353, W.
Engrg. Bldg. Mr. William P. Graebel,
Dept. of Engrg. Mechanics will con-
tinue his talk, "The ypercircle Meth-
od for Approximating Solutions of Dif.
ferential Equations." Coffee will be
'served at 3:30 p.m. in Rm. .201, W.
Engrg. Bldg.
English 222: Proseminar in Creative
Writing will meet as scheduled.
Placement Notices
Notice:
The Rand Corp., Santa Monica, Calif.,
will not be interviewing at the Bureau

of Appointments on Wed., Feb. 25, due
to a cancellation.
Engineering Interviews:
The following companies will be in-
terviewing at the Engrg. Placement
Ofc., 347 W. Engrg. For an appointment
date, contact the Engrg. Placement
Ofc. on Ext. 2182.
Wed., Feb. 25:
Air Products, Inc., Allentown, Pa.
B.S.: Ch.E., and ~ Mech. M.S.: Ch.E.,
Instr., and Mech. Ph.D.: Ch.E. and
Mech. Also summer. Male only.
Dow Corning Corp., Midland, Mich.,
B.S.: Ch.E., Elec., and Mech. M.S.: Ch.B.,
and Elec. Must be U.S. citizen.
Ingersoll-Rand Co., Sales Engrg., U.S.
and overseas. B.S.: Civil, Elec., E.M.,
Ind., Mech. and Met. M.S.: Mech. Must
be male U.S. citizen. Also interviewing
on Feb. 26.
Kaiser Steel Corp., Fontana, Calif.
B.S.: Elec., Mech. and Met. Must be
male U.S. citizen.
Chas. Pfizer and Co., Inc., all divi-
sions, U.S. and overseas. B.S. and M.S.:
Ch.E. Also summer - Jrs. in Ch.E.
Pittsburgh-Des Moines Steel Co. B.S.:
Civil, Ind. and 'Mech. M.S.: Civil,
Constr., Ind. and Mech. Must be male
U.S. citizen.
Raytheon Mfg. Co., all divisions. B.S.:
Aero., Elec., E. Math., E. Phys., Mech.
and Met. M.S.: Aero., Elec., Mech. and
Met. Ph.D.: Aero., Elec., Mech., and
Met. Must be male U.S. citizen.
Sun Oil Co. (a.m. only). B.S. and
M.S.: Ch.E. Also summer - Jrs. or
above in[ Ch.E.
U.S. Government, Bur. of Reclama-
tion. B.S.: Civil, Elec. and Mech. M.S.:
Civil, Constr., Elec. and Mech. Must
be U.S. citizen.
National Security Agency. B.S.: .lec.,
E. "Math., E. Phys., and Mech. M.S. and
Ph.D.: Elec. and Mech. Must be U.S.
citizen.
United States Rubber Co., all divi-
sions, various ,locations. B.S., M.S. and

Ph.D.: Ch.E., Ind., Mech., Acc't., Bus.
Ad. and Chem. Must be U.S. citizens.
Whirlpool Corp., Mich. and Ohio. B.S.:
Ind. and Mech. M.S.: Ind. and Mech.
Ph.D.: Ch.E., Ind. and Mech. Also sum-
mer grad. students only. Must be male
U.S. citizen.
Personnel Interviews:!
The following companies will be in-
terviewing at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments. For an interview appointment,
contact the Bureau, 4001 Admin., Ext.
3371.
Wed., March 4:
J. P. Morgan and Company, Inc.,
New York,"N.Y. Location of work: New
York City, N.Y. Graduates: June, Aug.
Men with degrees in Liberal Arts, Busi-
ness Administration, or Law for Train-
ing program.
John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance
Co., Detroit, Mich. Location of work:
Detroit, Monroe, , Jackson, Saginaw,
Lansing, Kalamazoo. Graduates: June,
Aug. Citizenship required. Men with
any degree in Liberal Arts or Busi-
ness Administration. Minimum age of
22, for Executive Salesmen.
Mutual Benefit Life, Ann Arbor,
Mich. Location of work: Detroit area
or Ann Arbor. Graduates: Feb. June,'
or Aug. Citizenship Required. 1) Men
with degrees in Liberal Arts or Busi-
ness Administration for Sales. 2) Men
n Junior, Senior, or Graduate year for
part-time sales on campus.
Thurs,, March 5:
U.S. Civil Service Commission, Chi-
cago, Ill. Representatives will be on
campus to give information about fed-
eral employment with the major em-
phasis on the Federal Service Entrance
Examination which covers a wide va-
riety of non-technical jobs. The rep-
resentative will be able to 'give you
information on the following jobs:
Claims Representative with Dept. of
Health, Education ,and Welfare; Ana-
lytical Statisticians, M a n a g e m e n t

trainees with Railroad Retirement
Board; Agent, Revenue Officer with
Internal Revenue Service; Therapists,
Recreation Leaders with Veterans Ad-
ministration Hospitals; Computer Pro-
grammer Trainees, Management Ana-
lysts with Consolidated Industrial Re-
lations Dept. of Great Lakes Naval Cen-
ter; Chemists Inspectors with Food and
Drug Administration: all jobs with 7th
U.S. Civil Service Region Field Office
Representative.
Vick Chemical Co., Hess and Clark
Division, Ashland, Ohio. Location of
work: Far West, Midwest, Southwest,
Southeast, East New England. Gradu-
ates: June, Aug. 1) Men with degrees
in Liberal Arts or Business Adminis-
tration for Senior Marketing Program.
The program consists of an orientation
program during which you will be-
come familiar with the department in
the company,. and several weeks in
the home office with men who are
specialists in merchandising field sales,
sales management, market analysis, and
advertising. After your office briefings
you will be placed in one of their sales
territories. 2) Men who are in their
junior or senior year for Junior Sum-
mer Training Program. The summer
training program is designed to give
pre-graduates with one more year of
schooling actual industrial experience
under guided supervision and should
not be confused with just a routine
summer job.
Carnation Co., Los Angeles, Calif. Lo-
cation of work: Midwest. Graduates:
June. 1) Men with degrees in Liberal

Arts or Business Administration for
Sales Management Training in Grocery
Products. This is a two year program
leading to Sales Management. 2) Men
with degrees in Liberal Arts or Busi-
ness Administration with some engi-
neering training desirable but not es-
sential, for Production Management
Training in Can Manufacturing Divi-
sion. This is a one to two year program
of plant experience leading to Produc-
tion Management.
Personnel Requests:
American Greetings Corp., Cleveland,
O., has opening for 1) an Art Director.
Can be either man or woman. Age:
under 35. Must be good in color and
design. B.S. in Design or Art. 2) Pack-
aging Engineer to start new depart-
ment, and 3) Copywriters. Must have
a background in English, Journalism,
or Education.
Zurich Insurance Co., Chicago, Ill.,
hasa openings for the following: 1) Po-
sition in Market Research. M.A. pre-
ferred. Male. Degree in Marketing or
Bus. Ad. Prefer exp. 2) Group Sales
Representative. Helpful if understands
bus, operations, corporate finance,
union management relations. Age: 28-
35. 2f3 yr. training program. 3) In-
dustrial Accident and Health Repre-
sentative. Must be exp. in this field
of insurance.
Chrysler Engrg. Corp., Highland Park,
Mich., has opening for a Management
Education Specialist. To develop, com-
pose, and adopt training materials for
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Organization
Not1CFes

(Use of this column for an-
nouncements is available to offi-
cially recognized and registered or-
ganizations only. Organizations
planning to be active for this
semester must register by February
28. Forms available, 2011 Student
Activities Building.)

Mich. Christian Fellowship, Feb.
4 p.m., Lane Hall. Speaker: Rev.
Verduin, "Jesus Christ, Martyr
More."

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7. Put on an act
13. The guys who
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O1. One way to
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Kools are cooler
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hangout
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de starboard
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49. Kind of walk
50. Assessment for
being a bad lad?
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youth
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thing
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$5. Sayonara folks
36. Lighted,
, Koolly
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Kools, you'll
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88. Favorite
Russian word
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89. They go around
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