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Accept Gifts, Approve Budget
Gifts, grants and bequests total-
ling $248,579 were accepted by the
University Regents Friday.
From the estate of Louise F.
Murrill, South Norwalk, Conn., the
Regents accepted $37,500 'as a
second partial payment of the
University's distributive share.
Earlier. $10,000 had been received
and the Dr. Paul I. Murrill Me-
morial Scholarships have been
Two grants from Wayne State
University were accepted with
$10,000 for the Institute of Con-
tinuing Legal Education and $15,-
400 for the Institute of Labor and
The Kresge Foundation has
made a grant of $22,500 to estab-
lish the Kresge Radiological Spe-
cial Fund which is to be used for
image intensification of X-rays in
the radiology department under
the direction of Dr. Fred J. Horges.
There were two grants totalling
$18,200 from the Ford Foundation,
with one of $13,200 to provide
grants-in-aid to graduate students
in Asian and Near Eastern studies
and in Russian beyond the first
year of graduate work.
Budgets totalling $5,095,070
which had been initiated since
their last meeting on June 10
were reported to the Regents.
Research grants and contracts
accounted for $2.9 million of the
total. The balance consisted of:
instructional programs, $1.4 mil-
lion; student aid, $655,118; admin-
istrative and service activities,
$57,929; state and public services,
$40,433; student activities, $4,457;
and, annuitants, $3,980.
The federal government pro-
vided $2.1 million of the funds for
the budgets while , foundations
supplied $993,595 and industry and
individuals accounted for $916,484.
Other sources of funds were: en-
dowment income, $654,067; stu-
dent fees, $312,477; service
charges, $45,015; and state and
local government, $29,433.
The Regents approved the con-
tinuance of Frank E. Robbins, as-
sistant to the president, emeritus,
as editor of the Quarterly Review
from July 1, 1960 to June 30, 1961.
Emeritus titles were granted to
seven faculty members:
Prof. Floyd N. Calhoon, who
elected to retire, was made pro-
fessor emeritus of mechanical en-
gineering; Prof. Walter J. Em-
mons was given titles of professor
emeritus of highway engineering,
associate dean emeritus and sec-
retary emeritus to the engineering
college; Prof. Albert C. Fursten-
berg was given the titles of dean
emeritus of the medical school and
professor of otolaryngology.
Also, Prof. Edwin Mains was
made director emeritus of the Uni-
versity Herbarium and professor
emeritus of botany. Prof. Walter
V. Marshall received the positions
of professor emeritus of architec-
ture and assistant dean emeritus
of the architecture school; Samuel
W. McAllister was given the title
of associate director emeritus of
the University Library; Prof.
HenryuVaughan was madehdean
emeritus of the public health
school and professor emeritus of
The Regents also appointed two
men professors: John R. Griffith
was named an assistant professor
of hospital administration in the
business school for a two-year
period beginning July 1, 1960.
Prof. Griffith comes from the Uni-
versity of Rochester, N.Y.
John S. Brubacher was ap-
pointed professor of higher educa-
tion beginning this fall. Prof. Bru-
bacher was at the University dur-
ing 1958-59 and had been on the
Yale University faculty from 1928
until that time.
Approved changes in the bylaw
covering the Board in Control of
Student Publications to provide for
membership on the board of the
vice-president for student affairs
and the director of university re-
lations, both to be ex officio with
vote. Another change provided
that the officers of the board are
to consist of a chairman and a
secretary, with the chairman ap-
pointed by the University president
and the secretary to be elected by
the board. Student Government
Council also has been substituted
in the bylaw wherever Student
Legislature had appeared previ-
An emergency allocation of $49.7
million was ordered upon the state
treasury bringing the general fund
balance down to the zero level as
of July 31.
Seven million dollars of -the
funds will meet the first monthly
installment against 1960-61 oper-
ating appropriations for the Uni-
versity, Michigan State University
and Wayne State University.
The biggest allocations approved
by the state administrative board
will dispatch $13.3 million in ac-
crued sales tax levies to local gov-
ernments and distribute $10.1 mil-
lion among the school districts.
The school money will repre-
sent one-half of the unpaid 1959-
60 general fund supplement.
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1960
VOL. LXX, NO. 21S
Regent's Meeting: Fri., Sept. 23. Com-
munications for consideration at this
meeting must be in the President's
hands not later than September 13.
National Science Foundation has an-
nounced fellowship programs for 1961-
62 in the mathematical, physical, medi-
cal, biological, and engineering sciences
in the following groups:
Postdoctoral Fellowships: for U.S. cit-
izens who have earned a doctoral de-
Our entire stock is
reduced up to z Price
1% . ( IW.
gree by the beginning of fellowship
tenure. Those holding a degree such
as M.D., D D.S., or D.V.M. may also
apply providing they fulfill eligibility
requirements. Closing date for receipt
of applications is September 6, 1960.
Apply to: The Fellowship Office, Na-
tional Academy of Sciences, National
Ave., N.W., Washington 25, D.C.
Senior Postdoctoral Fellowships: for
U.S. citizens who have achieved recog-
nized stature as scientists, or who, as
of October 10, 1960, have held a doc-
toral degree in one of the basic fields
of science, mathematics or engineering
for a period of at least five years. In-
dividuals who will have held a degree
such as M.D., D.D.S., or D.V.M. for at
least five years may also apply. Closing
date for receipt of applications is Oc-
tober 10, 1960. Apply to: National Sci-
ence Foundation, Division of Scientific
Personnel and Education, Fellowships
Section, Washington 25, D.C.
Science Faculty Fellowships: for U.S.
citizens who hold a baccalaureate de-
gree or its equivalent, have ability and
special aptitude for science training,
and will have had three or more aca-
demic years teaching science, mathe-
matics or engineering at the collegiate
level or of October 10, 1960, and plan
to continue teaching. Closing date for
receipt of applications is Oct. 10, 1960.
Apply to: Fellowships Section, Division
of Scientific Personnel and Education,
National Science Foundation, Washing-
ton 25, D.C.
Further information on the above
programs is available at the Fellowship
Office, 110 Rackham Building.
August teacher's certificate candi-
dates: All requirements for the teach-
er's certificate must be completed by
Aug. 1. These requirements include the
teacher's oath, the health statement,
and the Bureau of Appointments ma-
terial. The oath should be taken as
soon as possible in room 1439 UES. The
office is open from 8-12 and 1:30 to
French Film: "Le Plaisir," a film ad-'
aptation of three stories by Guy de
Maupassant starring Jean Gabin and
Danielle Darrieux will be shown on
Thurs., July 21 at 7 p.m. In the Multi-
Purpose Room, Undergraduate Library,
Tonight: 8:00 p.m. Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre, William Shakespeare's "As
You Like It." Tickets available at box
office 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. for this produc-
tion and productions of "Picnic," by
William Inge (July 27-30) and of "Don
Giovanni," by Mozart (Aug. 3-6).
Woodwind Quintet: Nelson Hauen-
stein, flute; Florian Mueller, oboe; Al-
bert Luconi, clarinet; Clyde Carpenter,
French horn; Lewis Cooper, bassoon,
with Robert Hord at the piano, will be
heart, in a concert given at Rackham
Lecture Hall on Wed., July 20, at 8:30
p m. Included in the program are com-
positions by Haydn, Fine, Dani, Ml-
haud, and David. Open to the public.
Doctoral Examination for Nathan
Brody, Psychology; thesis: 'Demand for
Certainty, Motivation, and the Decision
Process," Wed., July 20, 7615 Haven
Hall, ,at 3:00 p.m. Chairmen, J. W. At-
Doctoral Examination for Frederick
Robert Smith. Jr., Education; thesis:
"The Academic Achievement of Aca-
demically Talented Students," We.,
July 20, 4017 University High School, at
1:30 p.m., Chairman, L. W. Anderson.
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Placement N- tzces
The following school has listed teach-
ing -vacancies for the 1960-61 school
Marquette, Mich. (Northern Michigan
al Speech-Forensics, Head Librarian,
For any additional information con-
tact the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Admin. Bldg., NO 3-1511, Ext. 489.
Reeve Darling & Associates, Pasa-
dena, Calif. 'Project Managers, Staff
Scientists, Product Decelopment En-
gineer, Section Manager, Methods,
Planning, Estimating Supervisor, Mar-
keting and Sales Manager, Chief Engi-
neer, National Sales Manager, Electron-
ics Systems Division Manager, and Vice
President, Section Managers, Manager
New Product Development, Transfor-
mer Design Engineer, Physical Chemist
(Metallurgist), Electrical Connector De-
sign Engineer, Sales Engineer, Director
of Engineering, Military Relations
YWCA, Harrisburg, Penn. Assistant
Director, Dept. of Physical and Health
Education and Recreation. Woman, BA
in Physical Education and Recreation.
Dearborn Assoc, fo r~etarded Child-
ren, Inc., Mich. Executive Director,
Special Training Center.
Southern Oakland Gir tScouts, Berk-
ley, Mich. District Director. B.S. with
emphasis on liberal arts curriculum,
Group Leadership experience,
Wed., July 20.
Satler Hilton Hotel, Detroit, Mich.
Kimberly Clark Corp. Wish to inter-
view recent grads in Bus. Ad., Com-
merce or LiberaldArts Fields. Marketing
majors desirable but not essential. No
sales experience required. For Con-
sumer Products Salesmen.
For further information, contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 4021 Admin.
Bldg., Ext. 3371.
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