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T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY. JUNE 26, 1962

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year term beginning with the 1962-
63 year. He taught English in
Tanghai University in Taiwan
from 1958-61, and during the past
year has been at the - University
of Washington where he expects
to complete work on his doctorate
this month.
Carl A. Ginet was appointed as-
sistant professor in the philosophy
department for three years be-
ginning 1962-63. He has been an
instructor in the philosophy de-
partment of Ohio State Univer-
sity since 1958.
Ernest Goldschmidt was chosen
assistant professor in the anthro-
pology department for the 1962-63
school year. He has been an in-
structor in the anthropology de-
partment at the University of
California since 1958. During the
summer he expects to receive ris
doctorate from the University of
California at Los Angeles.
Psychology Post
Herbert C. Kelman will be pro-
fessor in the psychology depart-
ment beginning in the 1962-63

academic year. He has been a lec-
turer in social psychology in the
social relations department of
Harvard University since 1957.
Herbert H. Paper, associate pro-
fessor of Near Eastern studies, was
appointed acting chairman of the
Near Eastern studies department
for 1962-63, during the leave of
Prof. George C. Cameron.
Frederick L. Pryor will be as-
sistant professor in the economics
department for a two-year term
beginning 1962-63. Since 1960 he
has been at Yale University to
complete requirements for a doc-
torate.
Associate Professor
Charles M. Rehmus was named
associate professor in the political
science department, one - third
tdme, without tenure, and co-
director of the Institute of Labor
and Industrial Relations, Wayne
State University - University of
Michigan, two-thirds time during
the academic year and full time
during the summer from July 15
to next June 30. As co-director, he
will succeed Prof. Russell A. Smith
of the Law School. Rehmus is cur-

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rently policy coordinator of labor-
management relations of the
United States Department of Com-
merce.
Ying-Shih Yu will be assistant
professor of Chinese history and
language in the Far Eastern lan-
guages and literatures department,
for the two years beginning 1962-
63. He has been in the United
States since 1955 as a visiting
scholar at Harvard University and
expects to receive his doctorate
this month.
Archibald B. Cowan, assistant
professor in the wildlife manage-
ment department of the natural
resources school, was appointed
acting chairman of his depart-
ment for the first semester of
1962-63, during the leave of Prof.
Warren M. Chase.
Naval Appointment
Russell E. Hurd, Lt. Comm.,
United States Navy, was named
professor of naval science in the
military science department, to
serve from Sept. 1, 1962 until
further notice, succeeding Lt.
Commander Alex R. Dunn, Jr.
John E. Pearson, Lt. Col., United
States Marine Corps, was appoint-
ed associate professor of naval
science in the military science de-
partment from Sept. 1 until fur-
ther notice, succeeding Comman-
der Henry J. O'Day.
Gordon L. Thorpe, Lt. United
States Navy, was named assistant
professor of naval science in the
military science department to
serve from Sept. 5 until further
notice, succeeding Lt. Joseph P.
Spetz.
Internal Medicine
Dr. Leon D. Ostrander, Jr., will
be assistant professor in the in-
ternal medicine department in the
medical school, and research as-
sociate in epidemiology in the
public health school, from July
1 until next June 30. He has been
in private practice since 1960 fol-
lowing four years on the medical
school faculty.
John M. Romani, associate pro-
fessor in the public health school,
was appointed assistant dean of
the school on a half-time basis,
effective July 1. He will continue
to teach and do research in the
community health services depart-
ment during the other half of his
time. Under the general direction
of the dean, he will participate
in management of the budgets,
both of the University and out-
side grants, and promote maxi-
mum utilization of the school's
facilitiesand space for teaching
and research.
Morton S. Hilbert, a lecturer in
the public health school on a two-
fift hs time basis, was appointed
associate professor in the environ-
mental health department, on a
full-time basis.
The Regents approved the fol-

lowing resignations and retire-
ments:
Ronald A. Shearer, assistant
professor in the economics depart-
ment, has resigned, effective June
17, to accept a position with the
Toronto Royal Commission on
Banking and Finance.
Paul V. C. Hough, associate pro-
fessor in the physics department,
has resigned, effective May 4, to
engage in a phase of high energy
research that can best be per-
formed at Brookhaven National
Laboratory.
Engineer Leaves
Richard V. Evans, assistant pro-
fessor of industrial engineering
and mathematics, has resigned
effective June 17 to accept a po-
sition with industry.
Vernon B. Brooks, professor of
physiology and research neuro-
physiologist in the Mental Health
Research Institute, has declined
his Regents' appointment which
was to start August 1.
Melville B. Stout, professor in
the electrical engineering depart-
ment of the engineering college,
received permission to begin his
retirement furlough in Feb., 1964
at age 68. At that time, Prof.
Stout will have completed 411
years at the University.
The Regents granted the follow-
ing leaves of absenses:
A leave, without salary, for a
six-week period, was granted to
William B. Stegath, production
director and sports editor in the
radio division of the Broadcasting
Service. The leave will be in effect
July 23 to August 31 of this year.
Stegath had been asked to assume
the post of director of the radio
and television department at the
National Music Camp, Interlochen,
Mich.
Sabbatical leave, covering the
second semester of 1962-63, was
given to Lee E. Danielson, asso-
ciate professor of industrial re-
lations in the business administra-
tion school. He plans to conduct
research on problems of lateral
communication between engineer-
ing and scientific groups engaged
in research development and en-
gineering.
Engineering Leave
Extension of leave, without sal-
ary, to include 1962-63, was grant-
ed to Herbert H. Alvord, professor
of mechanical engineering in the
engineering college. He was on
leave during 1961-62 to serve on
the A.I.D. faculty development
program at the University of
Roorkee, India, and plans to con-
tinue there for another year.
Leave, without salary, from July
1, through Sept. 30 of this year
was granted to Jeremy V. Gluck,
associate research engineer doing
sponsored research. He will work
for industry during his absence.
Sabbatical leave for the second
semester of 1963-64 was given to
Prof. Clyde W. Johnson of the

engineering college. He will study
manufacturing methods in Ger-
many, The Netherlands, Belgium,
Sweden and Switzerland.
To Study Fusion
Prof. Terry Kammash, of nu-
clear engineering department, was
granted leave without salary for
the 1962-63 year. He will do re-
search in plasma and controlled
fusion at the Lawrence Radiation
Laboratory of the University of
California.
Prof. Richard B. Morrison of
the aeronautical engineering de-
partment of the engineering ccsl-
lege received a two-year leave
without salary beginning at the
end of the 1961-62 academic year.
He has been invited by the Na-
tional Aeronautics and Space Ad-
ministration to be director of
launch vehicles and propulsion
programs in Washington, D.C.,
starting in June.
Extension of sick leave, without
salary, from June 16 to Sept. 15,
1962, was granted to Keith N.
Soderlund, assistant research en-
gineer in the department of
mechanical engineering in the en-
gineering college.
Jack Renirie, reporter-photo-
grapher for the Information and
News Service, was granted leave
without salary from July 1 until
next June 30. He had been in-
vited by the National Science
Foundation to accept appointment
on NSF's public information office
to handle press relations for the
United States Antartic Research
Program.
John M. De Noyer, associate
research geophysicist in the In-
stitute for Science and Technology
and assistant professor in the
geography department, was award-
ed leave without salary from Sept.
1 until August 31, 1963. De Noyer
will spend the year at the In-
stitute for Defense Analyses (IDA)
in Washington, D.C. The Univer-
'ity is a member of the IDA, and
is currently conducting research
through IST which is part of the
"Vela Uniform" program with
which De Noyer will be involved
in Washington.
Sick leave, with half salary,
from June 1 through Oct. 6 of this
year, was granted to Frank D.
Farley, research associate in IST.
George J. Zissis, research phy-

sicist, received leave without salary
from Sept. 1 through Aug. 31, 1963.
He is going to the research and
engineering division of the In-
stitute for Defense Analyses in
Washington, D.C., where he will
work in missile defense, infrared
technology and problems of de-
tection and surveillance.
Fred Zwas, graduate research
assistant, was granted leave with-
out salary from July 1 until next
June 30. He will do graduate study
at the University during this time.
Prof. Frank Harary of the
mathematics department, on sab-
batical leave, was assigned to off
campus duty in his capacity of
research associate in the Research
Center for Group Dynamics, re-
search associate in the Research
Center for Group Dynamics, re-
ceiving half-salary, from Sept. 1
until next June 30. He plans re-
search at the Tavistock Institute
for Ruman Relations, London,
England.
Assignment to off-campus duty
from Sept. 1 until next June 30
was granted to Prof. Eva L. Muel-
ler, of the economics department
and a program director in the Sur-
vey Research Center. She was in-
vited by the National Council of
Applied Economic Research in New
Delhi, India, to serve as a consul-
tant for their economic survey
programs for a period of six
months with the council reim-
bursing the University for salary
costs. The remainder of the time
will be spent visiting other eco-
nomic ane social survey research
centers in Asia.
Prof. Robert B. Zajonc of the
psychology department, a program
director in the Research Center
for Group Dynamics, received as-
signment to off-campus duty from
July 1 until next June 30. He
will work with Prof. H. C. Duijker
of the psychological laboratory of
the University of Amsterdam on
the application of an experiment
on recognition threshhold.
Leave, without salary, covering
the 1962-63 academic year was
given to Prof. Max Dufner of the
German department. This permits
him to accept an invitation from
Wayne State University to serve
as resident director of the WSU
Junior Year Program in Freiburg,
Germany.

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