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,TU.ESDAY,..JUNE 23,1964

.THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

Regents Set New Positions at May, June M

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Appointments
June Meeting
John W. 'Aldridge, to be ap-
pointed visiting associate profes-
sor of English, effective in Au-
gust. Aldridge spent the past year
on writing and research at Ox-
ford University.
Millicent R. Ayoub, to be ap-
pointed visiting professor of an-
thropology, effective in January.
Since 1956, Ayoub has been asso-
ciate in anthropology at the Fels
Research Institute in Yellow
Springs; Ohio.
David R. Bach, to be appointed
associate professor, effective in
July. He now is manager of the
Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory,
Schenectady, N.Y.
Peter M. Bauland, to be ap-
pointed assistant professor of Eng-
lish, effective in August. He is as-
sistant professor of English at
Drexel Institute of Technology.
From Missouri
Harumi Befu, to be appointed
visiting professor of anthropolo-
gy, effective in August. He is pres-
ently. assistant professor of an-
thropology at the University of
Missouri.
Lt. Frances W. Boufford, U.S.
Navy, to be appointed assistant
professor of naval science, effec-
tive this June. He was serving on
the U.S.S. Courtney.
Robert E. Brown, to be appoint-
ed visiting professor of history, ef-
fective in August. He is at present
professor of history at Michigan
State University.

Julio Cesar Caillet-Bois, to be
appointed visiting professor of
Spanish and Spanish American
literature, effective in August.
Since 1956 he has been professor
in the faculty of philosophy and
letters of the University of Bue-
nos Aires.
From Ohio State
Paul D. Carrington, to be ap-
pointed visiting associate profes-
sor of law, effective in January.
He is an associate professor of
law at Ohio State University.
Sallie R. Churchill, to be ap-
pointed assistant professor of so-
cial work, effective in August.
Since 1959 she has been clinical
instructor in child development at
the University of Pittsburgh medi-
cal school.
Thomas D. Clack, to be appoint-
ed assistant professor of physio-
logical acoustics in the Medical
School, effective in July. Since
1960, he has worked as a re-
search associate in the C. W. Shil-
ling Auditory Research Center at
Groton, Conn.
Gerald P. Cooper, to be ap-
pointed visiting professor of fish-
eries, effective in August. He is
director of the Institute for Fish-
aries Research of the Michigan
Conservation Department in the
city and is a research associate in
the zoology and fisheries depart-
ments.
Internal Medicine
Arthur C. Corcoran, M.D., to be
appointed professor of internal
medicine, effective in July. Dr.
Corcoran since 1960 has been di-
rector of education at St. Vin-
cent's Charity Hospital in Cleve-

land and recently head of clinical
investigation at that institution.
Elizabeth C. Crosby, to be ap-
pointed consultant to the section
of neurosurgery, effective in July.
She is professor emeritus in the
anatomy department.
Jerry H. Current, to be appoint-
ed assistant professor of chemis-
try, effective in August. Since 1961,
he has held a position as lecturer
and National Science Foundation
postdoctoral fellow at the Univer-
sity of California, Berkeley, Calif.
Major Darrell C. Danielson,
U.S. Marine Corps, to be appoint-
ed assistant professor of naval
science effective in June. Major
Danielson is currently undergoing
instruction in the Junior Schsool,
Marine Corps Schools, Quantico,
Va.
Child Health
Harold A. Decker, M.D., to be
appointed assistant professor of
maternaland child health, effec-
tive in July. Since June 1963, Dr.
Decker has been with the Ohio
Department of Health as chief of
the Division of Communicable Dis-
eases.
Thomas J. DeKornfeld, M.D., to
be appointed associate professor of
anesthesiology, effective in July.
Paul B. Denlinger, to be ap-
pointed acting chairman of the
Far Eastern Languages and Litera-
tures department, effective in
July. He is assistant professor of
Chinese at the University.
Jan M. Denuce, to be appoint-
ed assistant professor of anatomy,
effective in August. Denuce is
currently an associate professor
of anatomy at the University of
Ghent.

James I. Doi, to be appointed
professor of higher education, ef-
fective in August. He currently is
director of institutional research
and professor of higher education
at New York University.
James E. Fitting, to be appoint-
ed assistant professor of anthro-
pology and curator of the Great
Lakes Division in the Museum of
Anthropology, effective in Au-
gust. Currently he is an instructor
in anthropology at Wayne State
University.
Jack H. Friedenthal, to be ap-
pointed visiting associate profes-
sor of law, effective in January.
He is presently teaching at Stan-
ford University's School of Law.
Joseph J. Hamm, to be appoint-
ad visiting professor of Slavic lan-
guages, effective in August. Since
1960, he has been professor in the
faculty of arts at the University
of Vienna and director of the
Slavic Institute.
Visiting Scientist
Douglas William Holder, to be
appointed visiting professor and
visiting scientist, effective in June.
Since 1961 he has served as pro-
fessor of engineering science and
head of the engineering depart-
ment at Oxford University, Eng-
land.
Richard C. Jelinek, to be ap-
pointed assistant professor of in-
dustrial engineering, effective with
the beginning of the 1964-65 aca-
demic year. He is now a teaching
fellow at the Dearborn Campus.
Lt. Theodore W. Maynard, U.S.
Navy, to be appointed assistant
professor of naval science, effec-
tive in June.
Tsung Yen Na, to be appointed
assistant professor in mechanical
engineering, Dearborn Campus, ef-
fective in June. He has been at
the University as a teaching fel-
low and graduate assistant.
Reappointed
Prof. James C. O'Neill, to be re-
appointed chairman of the Ro-
mance Languages and Literatures
department, effective in July.
Carmen J. Plaermo, to beap-
pointed research engineer in the
Institute of Science and Tech-,
nology, effective in July.
Warren J. Pelton, to be appoint-
ed lecturer in education, Flint
College, effective in June. He has

been an
College.

instructor at Monmouth

AID-College of Engineering Edu-
cational Program.
Resignations and
Retirements
May Meeting
William E. Howard, III, asso-
ciate professor of astronomy,
whose resignation is effective May
22. He has resigned to accept a
position as associate scientists
and assistant to the director of
the National Radio Observatory,
in Green Bank, W. Va.
Norton H. Mezvinsky, assistant
professor of history, resigned ef-
fective May 22. He plans to de-
vote full time to independent re-
search.
George Milosovich, assistant
professor of pharmacy, has re-
signed effective May 22, in order
to accept a position in private
industry.
A. Peters Oppermann, assistant
professor of architecture, has re-
signed effective August 15. He has
accepted a position on the archi-
tectural staff of the University of
Utah, in Salt Lake City.
Ward K. Parr, associate profes-
sor of civil engineering, will leave
the University on June 30. He has
accepted a position in industry.

fessor of Greek and Latin, effec-
tive in May, to accept a position
at Princeton University.
Arthur E. Link, associate pro-
fessor of East Asian Thought, ef-
fective in May, to accept a posi-
tion at the University of British
Columbia.
Daniel R. Hughes, associate pro-
fessor of mathematics, effective in
June, to accept a position at West-
field College, University of Lon-
don, England.
Oscar Wesler, associate profes-
sor of mathematics, effective in
June, to accept a position at North
Carolina State University.
To Franklin
C. Alan Burns, assistant profes-

sor of physics, effective in August,
to accept a position at Franklin
and Marshall College.
James M. Lambert, assistant
professor of physics, effective in
July, to accept a position at
Georgetown University.
Guy R. Mermier, assistant pro-
fessor of French, effective in Au-
gust, to accept a position at the
University of Massachusetts.
Robert E. L. Berry, M.D., asso-
ciate professor of surgery, effective
in August, to enter private prac-
tice.
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PROF. WILLIAM E. HOWARD
Konstantin Scharenberg, M.D.,
to be appointed consultant to the
Mental Health Research Institute,
effective in July. He now is pro-
fessor emeritus of psychiatry.
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