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Y, JULY 27,1963 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
gents Approve Appointments, Resignations, Status Changes,

PAGE THREI
Leaves

Science and History at the Uni-
versity of Oklahoma;
Saul H. Hymans, assistant pro-
fessor of economics, effective Jan.
12, 1964. He holds a bachelors
masters degrees from the Uni-
degree from Harvard College, two
versity of California, Berkeley, and
ekpects his doctorate from the
latter institution this winter;
Alwin H. Kuhn, visiting profes-
sor of Romance Linguistics, ef-
fective Aug. 27. His doctorate de-
gree is from the University of
Tubingen and he has been a pro-
fessor at the University of Inns-
bruck since 1952;
Lecture in Public Health
Dr. Carey P. McCord, lecturer
in the school of Public Health ef-
fective July 1. McCord has been
a lecturer in the 'School for the
last 15 years and has served the
Institute of Industrial Health
since its inception in 1951;
Andrew Nagy, assistant profes-
sor of electrical engineering, ef-
fective July 1. He is currently an

associate professor in research
engineering with sponsored re-
search at the University;
Calvin K. Quayle, assistant pro-
fessor of speech, effective Aug. 27.;
He holds his bachelors degree4
from Utah State University and
his doctorate degree from the Uni-
versity of Minnesota. He is cur-
rently designer and technical di-
rector at Chico State College,
Chico, Cal.1
Visiting Professor
Leonard C. Rowe, visiting as-;
sociate professor of politicali
science, effective Sept. 27. He holds
bachelors, masters and doctorate
degrees from the University of;
Colifornia and is currently visit-
ing lecturer at Brown University;
Charles R. Schuster Jr., assis-
tant professor in the department,
of pharmacology of the Medical,
School, effective Aug. 1. He holds
bachelors degrees from Gettysburg
College, his masters from the Uni-
versity of New Mexico and his.
doctorate from the University of
Maryland;.e
Harold S. Shapiro, visiting pro-
fessor of mathematics, effective
Aug. 27. He holds his bachelors
degrees from City College of New
York and his doctorate from Mas-
sachusetts Institute of Technology.
Prof., Shapiro is currently asso-
ciate professor of mathematics at
New York University;
Medical School
William C. Stebbins, appointed
assistant professor in the depart-
ment of otorhinolaryngology of
the Medical School, effective Aug.
1. He holds his bachelors degree
from Yale University and his mas-
ters and doctorate degrees from
Columbia University. Prof. Steb-
bins is currently a postdoctoral
fellow at the University of Wash-
ington.
Dr. Josef R. Smith, associate
professor of internal medicine, ef-
fective Sept. 1. He holds his bache-
lors and doctor's degrees from
Northwestern University and is
currently an assistant professor at
Marquette University;
Victor E. Smith ,visiting profes-
sor of economics, effective Aug.
27. His bachelor's and master's
degrees are from Michigan State
University and his doctorate is
from Northwestern University.
Prof. Smith has been professor of
economics at Michigan State Uni-
versity since 1953;
Surgery Professor
Dr. William S. Smith, professor
of surgery, effective Oct. 1;
George Clark Summerfield, as-

sistant professor of nuclear en-f
gineering, effective with the Uni-
versity year 1963-64. Prof. Sum-
merfield has been a research as-
sociate in the nuclear engineering
department;
Glenn Elson Watkins, associate
professor of music, effective inl
September. He holds bachelors and
masters degrees from the Univer-
sity and his doctorate degree from
the University of Rochester. Prof.7
Watkins is now associate profes-
sor of music at the University of
North Carolina;
New Department
Aksel C. Wiin-Nielsen, profes-
sor and chairman of the newi
meteorology and oceanography de-
partment effective with the aca-
demic year 1963-64. His masters
degree is from the University of
Copenhagen and his doctorate
from the University of Stockholm.
Since 1961 he has served as assis-
tant director of the National Cen-
ter of Atmospheric Research; ,
Dr. J. Robert Willson, professor
of obstetrics and gynecology,,
Bates professor of diseases of
women and children, and chair-
man of the department of ob-
stetrics and gynecology, effective
Jan. 1, 1964.
Changes in Status
James R. Cairns, promoted from
instructor to assistant professor
of mechanical engineering at the
Dearborn Campus, effective Aug.
14;
Brice Carhahan, promoted from
lecturer to assistant professor of
chemical engineering, effective
Sept. 1, contingent onhhisdre-
ceiving a doctorate by that date;
Stanislav V. Kasl, promoted
from lecturer to assistant profes-
sor of psychology, effective in
September. His bachelors is from
Yale University and his doctorate
is fromthe University. Prof. Kasl
has been a member of the faculty
since 1959 and is also a study
director at the Institute for social
Research;
Electrical Engineering
Ronald James Lomax, to be pro-
moted from. visiting assistant pro-
fessor to assistant professor of
electrical engineering, effective
July 1. He has been. a member of
the faculty for two years;
Ara G. Paul, promoted from
assistant professor to associate
professor of dentistry, effective in
September. He holds his bachelors
degree from Idaho State Univer-
sity and his masters and doctor-

ate degrees from the University
Connecticut.

of

Resignations and
Retirements
Frances M. Gillett, assistant
professor of music, director, Fes-
tival of Song, and lecturer in
education, effective June 8, to
accept a position at Greater St.
Louis Junior College, St. Louis,
Mo;
William T. Hall, assistant pro-
fessor of social service in the
School of Public Health and assis-
tant professor of social work, ef-
fective July 5, to accept an ap-
pointment to the Stanford Medi-
cal Center, Palo Alto;
To Johns Hopkins
Edward C. Heath, associate pro-
fessor of bacteriology, effective
July 31, to accept a position at
Johns Hopkins University;
William W. Meinke, professor of
chemistry, effective Sept. 1, to
accept a position with the Bureau
of Standards, Washington;
Peter K. Newman, professor of
economics, effective Sept. 1, to
accept a position as an economic
advisor for the United Nations to
the East African Common Services
Organization;
Earle F. Zeigler, associate pro-
fessor of education and super-
visor in physical education, effec-
tive Aug. 17, to accept a position
at the University of Illinois.
Retirees
Memoirs on Retiring Faculty
Members :
William W. Blume, professor
emeritus of law; Carl E. Burkland,
professor emeritus of English;
Stanley D. Dodge, professor emer-
itus of georgraphy; Maurice B.
Eichelberger, associate professor
emeritus of engineering graphics;
Stanley G. Fontanna, dean emer-
itus of the natural resources school
and professor emeritus of forestry;
Bruce D. Greenshields, lecturer

emeritus in transportation engi-
neering and assistant director
emeritus of the Transportation
Institute; Charlotte I. Hayner, as-
sociate professor emeritus of li-
brary science; Albert Hyma, pro-
fessor emeritus of history;
Paul Harold Jeserich, dean emer-
itus of the dental school, director
emeritus of the W. K. Kellogg
Foundation Institute: Graduate
and Postgraduate Dentistry, and
professor emeritus of dentistry;
Albert Luconi, associate professor
emeritus of clarinet; Julius C.
Palmer, professor emeritus of en-
gineering graphics; Konstantin
Scharenberg, professor emeritus of
neuropathology, and Bernard A.
Uhlendorf, editor emeritus of pub-
lications for the Office of Research
Administration.
Leaves of Absence
For W. H. Locke Anderson, as-
sociate professor of economics, to
serve as an economist on the
President's Council on Economic
Advisors for the academic year
1963-64;
For Albert C. Cain, assistant pro-
fessor of psychology, for the aca-
demic year 1963-64, to complete
his book on "Pseudo-Retardation
and Errors in the Diagnosis of
Mental Deficiency";
E. Wendell Hewson, professor
of engineering mechanics, sabbati-,
cal leave for the second semester,,
1963-64, to complete the manu-
script on his text "Introductory
Atmospheric Science';
Sick leave for Harriet C. Jame-
son, rare books librarian, from
March 23 through June 23;
Sabbatical leave for Ralph A.
Loomis, assistant professor of en-
gineering English, for the second
semester, 1963-64, to prepare a
volume on readings in philosophy
to be used as a reference text-
book;
Joseph C. Mazur, assistant pro-

For C. Wilbur Peters, associate
professor of physics, for the Uni-
versity year 1963-64, to join the
staff of the physics department at
John Hopkins University;
Sabbatical leave for Edward M.
Shafter, Jr., associate professor
of engineering English, second
semester, 1963-64, to complete an
anthology of significant speeches
on basic issues in American his-
tory from the pre-Revolutionary
period to the War of 1812;
Off-campus assignment from
Sept. 1, 1963 through Jan. 31,
1964 and leave of absence, with-
out salary, from Feb. 1 through
June 30, 1964, for J. David Singer,
associate research political scien-
tist, to continue his investiga-
tions on the problems of interna-
tional relations at the University
of Oslo;
Sabbatical leave for Prof. Ray-
mond W. Waggoner, chairman of
the department of psychiatry and
director of the Neuropsychiatric
Institute, from Nov. 1, through
April 30, 1964, to visit psychiatric
training centers in this country
and abroad, spending at least two
weeks in each center during their
active teaching times;
Extension of leave of absence,
without salary, for George John
Zissis, research physicist in the
Institute of Science and Tech-
nology, from Sept. 1, through June
30, 1964, to continue his work with
the Institute for Defense Analyses;'
Off-campus duty for Richard D.
Alexander, assistant professor of
zoology and curator of insects,
zoology museum, from June 25 to
Aug. 15, to carry out a field ex-
pedition to the southwestern states
to pursue his studies of the sound
patterns of field crickets;
Off - campus assignment for

Amiya Hajra, assistant research
biochemist, from Aug. 1 through
Sept. 30, to pursue his investiga-
tions in brain glycolipids at the
University of California, Los An-
geles;
Off-campus assignment for Dr.
William F. Howatt, assistant pro-
fessor of pediatrics, from July 1,
1963 through June 30, 1964, to
study respiratory problems of the
newborn under Dr. Leonard Strang
in England;
Off-campus assignment for Ar-
thur J. Jelinek, assistant professor
of anthropology and curator of
archaeology in the anthropology
museum, from Jan. 15 through
June 15, .1964, to do field work
in Turkey;
Harold J. Magnuson, director,
Institute of Industrial Health, pro-
fessor and chairman, industrial
health department, and professor
of internal medicine, to serve as
chairman of the United States in-
dustrial toxicology delegation to
the Soviet Union, Sept. 6 through
Oct. 13;
Off-campus assignment for N'or-
man Radin, research biochemist,
from Aug. 1 through Sept. 30,
1964, to pursue his investigations
in brain glycolipids at the Uni-
versity of California, Los Angeles;
Off - campus assignment for
Leonard Uhr,. research psycholo-
gist, from Aug. 1 through Aug. 31,
to participate in the research pro-
gram at the System Development
Corp. in Santa Monica, Cal; and
Off - campus assignment for
Myron E. Wegman, dean of the
School of Public Health, from Sept.
23 to Oct. 31,' to review the teach-
ing of preventive medicine in
medical schools in Turkey, Iran
and Pakistan for the Agency for
International Development.

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in the residence halls as among
the main accomplishments of his
office.
"The development of a wider
variety of housing for students-
not necessarily within the resi-
dence halls-is one of the main
problems that now faces the Uni-
versity," he said.
Graduate student housing is an-
other problem. "We don't house
graduate students as well as a
number of other institutions," he
said.
Hale received his bachelors de-
gree from Middlebury College in
Vermont in 1948 and his masters
from the University in 1952. He
served as resident advisor to Al-
len-Rumsey from 1951-1953, as di-
rector of West Quadrangle from
1953-1955, senior director of men's
residence halls from 1955-1958 and
assistant dean of men from 1958-
1962 and as assistant director of
housing from then on.
Vice-President for Student Af-
fairs James Itewis was most "re-
luctant to announce" the resigna-
tion of Hale. "He has not only
been a colleague for the past ten
years but also a personal friend.
He'll be a great loss to us be-
cause of his dedication to the sys-
tem," Lewis said.

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Shayon To Note
Mass Media Role1
Robert Lewis Shayon, radio and;
television editor of the SaturdayI
Review, wil speak on "Critical
Issues and the Mass Media" at
4 p.m. Monday in Aud. A. This
is the fifth in the summer lecture
aeries "Where We Stand-A Review
of the. American Position on Criti-9
cal Issues."

fessor of mechanical engineering,
sabbatical leave for the first se-
mester, 1963-64, to study the uses
of digital computers in planning
and optimizing machine opera-
tions;
For Richard L. Meier, research
social scientists, from July 1
through Aug. 31, to act as a con-
sultant on regional planning for.
the Corporacion Venezolana de
Guayana in. Venezuela;
Sick leave for Jesse Ormondroyd,
professor of engineering mechan-
ics, from July 1 for approximately
four weeks;

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DayCalendar
7:00 and 9:00 p.m.-Cinema Guild -
James'Stewart, March Connelly, and
Murray Hamilton in "The Spirit of St.
Louis": Architecture Aud,
8:30 p.m.-School of Music Degree Re-
cital-Ronald Steele, violinist: Lane
Hall Aud.
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Gamma Delta, Supper & Program, July
28, 6 p.m., Lutheran Student Center,
1511 Washtenaw. Speaker: Pastor Paul
Maier, Western Mich. Univ.
Lutheran Student Center & Chapel,
Worship Service, 10 a.m.; Rev. R. Seltz
will discuss Reinhold Niebuhr, 7 p.m.;
July 28, Hill St. at S. Forest Ave.

Doctoral Examination for Thomas
Peter Hillman, Education; thesis: "A;
Study of Three Response Modes Using
Two Programmed Mathematics Text.
books," today, 3223 Angell Hall, at 9:00
a.m. Chairman, P. S. Jones.
Events Sunday
3:00 p.m.-Bureau of School Services
Leadership Training Conference-Regis-
tration: W. Quad Concourse.
4:15 p.m.-School of Music Degree Re-
cital-Roger Sorenson, trombone: Lane
Hall Aud.
4:15 p.m.-School of Music Degree Re-
cital-Joseph Munzenrider, organist:
Hill Aud.
4:30 p.m.-American Institute of CPA
Staff Training Program-Registration:
Mich. Union.
8:30 p.m.-School of Music Degree Re-
cital-Harry Moon, tenor: Lane Hall
Aud.
Events Monday
8:30 a.m.-Bureau of School Services
Leadership Training Conference-Mich.
Union.
8:30 a.m.-American Institute of CPA
Staff Training Program-Mich. Union.
2:00 p.m.-Audio-Visual Education
Center Film Preview - "Megalopolis:
Cradle of the Future" and "Waterbirds":
Multipurpose Room, Undergrad Lib.

4:00 p.m.-Dept. of English Lecture
Series, "How English Should Be Taught"
-Panel Discussion, "Applying the New
Technology-Testing the New Tech-
niques": Aud. B, Angell Hail.
4:10 p.m.-1963 Summer Session Lec-
ture Series, "Where We Stand: A Re-
view of the American Position on Criti-
cal Issues"-Robert Lewis Shayon, tele-
pision and radio editor,The Sat. Re-
view. "Critical Issues and the Mass
Media": Aud. A, Angell Hall.
8:30 p.m.-School of Music Degree Re-
cital-Ira Zook, baritone: Lane Hall
Aud.
Doctoral Examination for Vin-Jang
Lee, Chemical Engineering; thesis: "The
Charge Transfer Theory of Gas-Surface
Interactions and Heterogeneous Cata-
lysis on Semiconductors." Mon., July
29, 3201 E. Engin. Bldg., at 2:00 p.m.
Chairman, D. R. Mason.

Doctoral Examination for William
Jones Chambliss, History; thesis: "Chi-
araijima Village Land Tenure, Taxa-
tion, and Local Trade, 1818-1884," Mon.,
July 29, 3609 Haven Hall, at 10:30
a.m. Chairman, Roger F. Hacket.
Placement
TEACHER PLACEMENT:
During the month of July the\ fol-
lowing schools will be at the Bureau to
interview candidates:
TUES., JULY 30-
Trust Territory, Marshall Islands -
Education Specialists, Secondary Teach-
ers.
WED., JULY 31--
Ortonville, Mich.-Early Elementary.
For additional information and ap-
pointments contact the Bureau of Ap-
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