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TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1964

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

MAY, JUNE MEETINGS:___y

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Regents Accept Gifts, Grants, Bequests to 'U'

The Regents accepted gifts and
grants totalling $2.7 million at
their May and June meetings.
May Meeting
The estate of Lucy M. Ainger
;provides an estimated $200,000
for the establishment of the
Frank B. and Lucy M. Ainger
Fund. Income from the fund is
to be used to provide scholarships
for "deserving undergraduates of
the MedicalSchools"
The estate of Bessie W. Ken-
yon devises and bequeaths to the
University the following items of
property:

DEAN PHILIP N. YOUTZ
Fund To Honor
Shakespearean
Scholar Price
A fund in memory of the late.
Professor Emeritus-yHereward T.
Price, internationally k n o w n
Shakespearean scholar, has been
established at the University by
the Regents.
Contributions to the memorial
fund will be placed in a special
account which will be used to pur-
chase, for the University, books
relating to Shakespeare and his
age. Such books will be provided
With a book plate bearing Price's
name and statements describing
his service'on the faculty.
Price, who had served on the
staff of the Oxford English Dic-
tionary at the turn of the, cen-
tury, and who had subsequently
compiled a commercial dictionary
for use in Germany, was brought
to Ann Arbor in 1929 to assist in
developing the dictionary proj-
ects which had recently been or-
ganized there.
As an associate editor he made
large contributions to both the
Early Modern English Dictionary
and the Middle English Diction-
ary. At the same time he held an
appointment in the English de-
partment, where he was promoted
to a full professorship in 1935, and
devoted himself to teaching and
scholarship. His attention was
concentrated increasingly on Ren-
iissance literature, and his studies
of Shakespeare's plays brought
him an international reputation.

The Lucy S. C. Stevens Trust
Fund for the establishment of the
Herbert A. Kenyon and Bessie W
Kenyon Trust Fund. The income
from the fund is to be used to
purchase books relating to the
theatre, state and drama, such
books to be marked with a book-
plate naming them as a part of
the Herbert A. Bessie W. Kenyon
Dramatic Library;
Camp Fund
The sum of $5000 to be known
is the Clinton~ F. Stevens Fund,
In memory of her father, the in-
come to be used to provide sum-
mer camp opportunities for boys;
Books' in her personal library
for the romance languages de-
partment and the General Library
and Blue Candelabra for the Uni-
versity Museum.
The estate of James R. Offield
provides a bequest for the Uni-
versity of $5000.
Endowment Fund
The estate of Gladys K. Olsen
provides an estimated $10,000 for
a discretionary endowment fund.
Friends and former students of
Prof. Chester B. Slawson have con-
tributed approximately $1400 to
establish the Chester B. Mawson
Memorial Fund. The fund i for
academic and personal assistance
to students in the "tradition of
Professor Slawson."
Seminars
The Ford Foundation gave
$110,000 to establish the Ford
Foundation Faculty Development
Seminars in Asian Studies, and
another $50,000 for the Ford Foun-
dation Engineering Doctoral Stu-
dent Loan Fund.
A $100,000 gift came from the
Kresge Foundation for the Insti-
tute for Social Research Building
Fund.
The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
gave $9,890 for the Alfred P.
Sloan Foundation Mathematics-
Brown Fund and $8,855 for the
Sloan Foundation Chemistry Re-
search Fund.
Other Gifts
Other gifts included $7700 from
the Merck Sharp & Dohme Co.
for the Merck Sharp & Dohme
Symposium.
The Parke; Davis and Co. gave
$7000 for the Paike, Davis and
Co. Burn Infection Research
Fund, and $3000 to establish the
Parke, Davis and Co. Obstetrics
and Gynecology Research Fund.
The Michigan Division of the
American Cancer Society gave $6,-
500 for the University Cancer Re-
search Institute.
Building Fund
Five thousand dollars was giv-
en by Richard Earhart for the
Institute for Social Research
Building Fund. A similar 'amount
came from Ayerst Laboratories for
the Circulation Research Fund.
Procter and Gamble Co. gave
$3800 for the Proter and Gamble
Fellowship in chemistry.
National Merit Scholarship Corp.
gave $3,450 for the National Mer-
it Scholarship.
Standard Oil Co. gave $3200 for
the business administration spe-
cial fund.
Fellowships
The Continental Oil Co. pro-
vided $3000 for the 'Continental
Dil Co. Fellowship in chemical en-
gineering.
The Stauffer Chemical Co.
Foundation provided $3000 for the
company's graduate fellowship.

The American Public Health As-
sociation, Inc. gave $2,963.55 for
its family planning and population
fund.
Sinclair Oil Corp. Foundation
provided $2500 for its \fellowship
in chemical engineering for 1963-
64.
The Douglas Aircraft Co., Inc.,
provided $2,250 for its fellowship
An engineering.
Conservation Research
A gift of $2000 was made to the
Pinewood Conservation Research
fund by the American Conserva-
tion Association, Inc.
The JohnHarvey Kellogg es-
tate gave $2000 for the Dr. John
Harvey Kellogg Memorial Fund.
The Harry H. Powers Educa-
ional Trust gave $1600 to establish
the H. H. Powers Faculty Travel
Fellowships to permit promising
Scholars on the literary college
faculty to travel in connection
with their researches.
b iscellaneous donors gave $1,-
261 'to establish the Youtz Testi-
monial Fund.

management policies relating to
the introduction of technological
changes in the transportation in-
dustries.
The McGregor Fund provided
$20,000 for' the Institute of Re-
search Building fund.
The Walter E. Meyer Research
Institute of Law contributed $18,-
000 to establish the Fair Housing
Study fund.
Two gifts of $15,000 were given
to the University. One came from
the Rockefeller Foundation to en-
able Prof. Henry L. Bretton to
serve for two years at the Uni-
versity of Ghana; $15,000 also
came from the Evening News As-
sociation to establish the Evening
News Association Physics Fellow-
ship, for three graduate fellow-
ships in Physics for 1964-65.
Research Fund
The second partial distribution
of the University's distribution
share of the Mary Fern Smith
estate totaled $5000. It will be
placed in the Mary Fern Smith
Cardiology Research Fund.
The Society of Naval Architects
and Marine. Engineers provided
$4000 for their society's scholar-
ship.
Three $3000 gifts were accept-
ed. They were from:
The Allied Chemical Founda-
tion for the Allied Chemical and
Dye Corporation Fellowship in
Chemistry.
The International Business Ma-
chines Corp. for the Communica-
tion Sciences Special Fund.
The Union Carbide Corp. for the
Union Carbide Summer Fellowship
in chemistry.
Education Fund
From the Babcock and Wilcox
Co. came $2600 for the Babcock
and Wilcox Aid to Engineering
and Technical Education Fund.
The E. I. du Pont de Nemours
and Co., Inc. gave $2200 for the
du Pont Postgraduate Teaching
Fellowship in chemistry.
Texaco, Inc. contributed $1800
for the Texaco Scholarship.
The Richard L. Perry Memor-
ial in the New York Community
Trust provided $1500 for the R. L.
Perry Memorial Scholarship.
$1000 Gifts
There were seven gifts of $1000
each. They were from:
Mrs. J. K. Gannett for the
Gannett Scholarship for engi-
neering students.

fund, the mechanical engineering
research allowance, and to estab-
lish the psychology department
special fund.
Research Funds
The Upjohn Co. to establish the
Upjohn Co. Anatomy Research
Fund and the Warren M. Vander-

sluis estate, for the Michigan
Alumni Fund. Among other gifts
and grants were:
$500,000 from the National Sci-
ence Foundation for a research fa-
cility for aquatic studies.
A $10,695 gift from the Inter-
University Committee on Travel
Grants for the Inter-University
graduate Student Exchange Pro-
gram.
Scholarships
The Marathon Oil Co. contrib-
uted $7,250 for the MarathonrOil
Co. scholarship.
Parke, Davis and Co. gave $4,-
125 to establish the Parke, Davis
and Co. fellowship in psychology.
The Proctor and Gamble Co.
gave $3300 for its fellowship in
chemical engineering.
Also for its fellowship, the Kai-
ser Aluminum and Chemical Corp.
gave $3000.
Alumni Fund
Henry A. Schlink contributed
$2,892 for the Michigan Alumni
Fund-President's Fund.
There were two grants of $2,-
500. McNeil Laboratories, Inc. for
the McNeil Anesthesiology Re-
search Fund; and James G. Cum-
ming for the James G. and Helen
Cumming Trust Fund.
A grant of $2,290 was given by
the Michigan Tuberculosis. and
Respiratory Disease Association to
establish its Bedside Evaluation of
Respiratory Failure Fund.
Engineering Fund
The Michigan chapter, Associat-
ed General Contractors of Ameri-
ca, gave $2,150 for its civil engi-
neering fund.
Mrs. William A. Scott gave $2,-
000 for the Dr. William A. Scott
endowment.
MCA, Inc. appropriated $1500
for its scholarship or graduate fel-
lowship in creative writing.
Charles Pfizer and Co. gave $1,-
000 for the Medical School Stu-
dent Aid Fund.

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PROF. HANSFORD W. FARRIS
Farris To Head
Department
The Regents at their May meet-
ing appointed Prof. Hansford W.
Farris to chair the electrical en-
gineering department.
Farris, who was a professor
in the department and an associ-
ate director of the Institute of
Science and Technology, will as-
sume his duties at the beginning
of January.
He succeeds Prof. William G.
Dow who will retire after six years
at the post.

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PROF. HENRY L. BRETTON
Some $1500 was given by the
Universal Oil Products Co. for the
company's chemical engineering
scholarship.
The South Quadrangle Council
donated $1500 to the fund, Stu-
:ent Gifts to Residence Halls, for
renovation of their party room.
The Fund for Rental Educa-
tion, Inc. gave $1,176 for the
American Dental Association Fund
for Dental Education-Dental Stu-
dent Loan Fund.
A total . of $1000 was given to
Leo L. Norville for the Clements
Library special fund.
A $1000 gift was made by the
Atlantic Refining Co. for the
company's chemical and metallur-
gical engineering fund.
The Ford Motor Co. Fund gave
$1000 for establishment of a fund
for WCBN, the campus broadcast-
ing network.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn A. Townsend,
donated $1000 for the L. L. Laing
Fellowship.
Some $1000 was given to the
'Edgar A. Kahn Neurosurgery Fund
by Dr. Richard C. Schneider.
June Meeting
The largest gift was $1 million
from the Charles Stewart Mott
Foundation for the C. S. Mott
Children's Hospital. It is the first
payment of a gift previously an-
nounced of up to $6 million for
the facility.
The Ford Foundation gave $159,-
000 to establish the Ford Founda-
tion Fund for a study of union-

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CHARLES SEWARD MOTT
International Business Machines
made fok $1000 gifts in addition
to the $3000 gift noted above-
$1000 each will go into the elec-
trical engineering special fund, the
mathematics department special

Price retired' in
earlier this year.

1950 and died

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