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______________________THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Group To Sponsor Congress

RUSSIAN ,TOURS:
Two Groups To Visit Soviet Union This Sul

student body president; Roger
Seasonwein, '61, USNSA National
Executive Committee m e m b e r;
James F: Hadley, '61; Dan Rose-
mergy, '61, ed.; M. A. Hyder Shah,
'61; Per K. Hanson, 62; Perry W.
Morton, Jr., '61; N a nce y Lu
Adams, G.; Michael R. Turoff, '61,
B.Ad.; Barbara Evelyn Greenbert,
'61; Richard C. Gisell, '61; Susan
L. Kennedy, '61 A.D.; Kay War-
man, '61, B.Ad.; Robert Haber,
G. Jean Spencer, '61; Kenneth
McEldowney, '61; and Thomas
Hayden, '61.
U'Instructor
Wins. Award
A University teaching fellow in
the English department has been
awarded a Middlebury College
Bread Loaf Writer's fellowship for
poetry, the coi1 e g e announced
yesterday..
Joseph C. Kennedy, who writes
under the pseudonym of X. J.
Kennedy, will use the all expense
award at the Bread Loaf Writer's
Conference at Middlebury from
Aug. 17 to 31.
Kennedy is a Navy veteran and
was educated both in the United
States and France. His first book
poems, in a literary career that
began at 16, will be published
next year.
ACROSS CAMPUS:
To Discuss
Opposition
Under the auspices of the Com-
mittee on the Program in Russian
Studies, Prof. Alexander V. Rias-
anovsky of the University of Pen-
nsylvania will present a talk on
"Intellectural Opposition in the
Soviety Union" at 4:10 p.m. today
in Auditorium A, Angell Hall.
Prof. Paul W. Friedrich of the
University of Pennsylvania wil
speak on 'The Consonantal Pho-
nology of Malayalam" at 7:30 this
evening in the Rackham Amphi-
theater.
Prof. Friedrich's talk will be the
concluding Linguistic Forum Lec-
ture of the Summer Session.
* * *
Solveig Steen, -G., will present a
degree recital in piano at 8:30 this
evening in the Rackham Assembly
Hall. The recital is given underj
the auspices of the S c h o o l of
Music.
The University's Summer Ses-
sion calendar will close after the
presentation of a degree recital by
Gordon Wilson, G., at 8:30 p.m.
Thursday in Hill Auditorium. The
next weekly calendar will be pub-
lished September 18.

GUY D. JONES
... Receives Citation
Cite Merit
Of Director
After 30 years of "exemplary
duty" University A r my ROTC
rifle range director Guy D. Jones
is retiring as a major in the U. S.
Army Reserve.
He was awarded a citation of
merit by Major General George
E. Bush, commander of the sixth
Army Corps in Indianapolis.
Jones, who has been a weapon
instructor at the University since
1954, developed the civilan marks-
manship program. His rifle teams
won itague championships from
1955 to 1958.
Show. Series
OnWeekend
Four programs from the Uni-
versity television series will be
broadcast this weekend.
"The Long Yesterday," from
the series "China: The Dragon
and the Star" will be shown at
8:30 a.m. Saturday on WXYZ -
T.V.
Imperial China
It tells the story of Imperial
China which prevailed for 3500
years during which the Chinese
developed the most complex, re-
fined, and powerful civilization
ever known in the eastern or
western world, according to L. A.
Peter Gosling, geographer-autho-
rity on the Far East.
Three programs will be pre-
sented on Sunday. At 9 a.m. on
WZYZ-T.V. the winning teams
from a state-wide forensic tourna-
ment of Michigan high schools
will restage their championship
debate on "Union Regulation."
Population Growth
At 9:45 a.m. on WXYZ-T.V., theĀ±
program "Our Growing Popula-
tion," from the series "Accent'
will be presented. Prof. Ronald,
Freedman of the sociology depart-
ment will present an analysis of
the meaning of U.S. population,
trends in a conversation with
Parker Mauldin of the Population
Council, Inc.
At noon on WWJ-T.V. Prof. Niel
Snortum will serve as narrator -
host for the program "The Futile
Epic," which considers the battles
of the nation's Indian-fighting{
Army against the tribes of the
plains who made their last despe-
rate stand for survival between7
1865 and 1890.;

Two separate groups of Univer-
sity faculty and students will visit
therSoviet Union latter this sum-
mer.
Regent Eugene B. Power will
head an official nine-member
University delegation to the 25thi
World Congress of Orientalists
which will open in Moscow today.
International Conclave
Once every three years, the
world's leading sholars devoted
to some aspect of Asia come to-
gether in an international con-
clave. This year's congress will
extend until Aug. 16.
In addition to Regent Power,
the members of the University
delegation and the topics of the
papers which they will prestnt
are:
Prof. George G. Cameron of
Near Eastern cultures, chairman
of the Department of Near East-
ern Studies: "A New Kkkadian
Inscriptions in Iran," which deals
with a translation of ancient rock
inscriptions.
Prof. L. A. Gosling of geo-
graphy: "Moslem Law, Custom
and Usage as Reflected in the
Rural Economy of Southeast
Asia."
Prof. Oleg Grabar, of Near
Eastern studies: "The Illustra-
tions of the 39th Maqumah,"
which relates to Islamic art
history.
DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 1)
Phonology of Malayalam" on Tues.,
Aug. 9 at 7:30 p.m. in the Rackham
Amphitheater.
Academic Notices
Doctoral Examination for Rogers Jo-
seph Newman, Mathematics: thesis:
"Capacity and Thebheff Polynom-
lais," Tues., Aug. 9, 24 West Engineer-
ing Bldg., at 2:00 p.m. Chairman, J. L.
Ullman.
Doctoral Examination for Earl Rob-
erts Alton, Jr., Chemistry; thesis: "The
Reaction of Phosphorus Trifluoride
with Aluminum Chloride and Related
Studies," Tues., Aug. 9, 3003 Chemistry
Bldg., at 1:30 p.m. Chairman, R. W.
Parry.
Doctoral Examination for Juanita
Virginia Williamson, Linguistics; the-
sis: "A Phonological and Morphological
Study of the Speech of the Negro of
Memphis, Tennessee," Tues., Aug. 9,
1611 Haven Hall, at 4:00 p.m. Chair-
man, Hans Kurath.
Doctoral Examination for Norman
Jack Johnson, Education; thesis: "A
Comparative Study of the Interest
Patterns of Students Enrolled in Se-
lected Curricula at Prairie View Agri-
culture and Mechanical College, Texas,'
1956-1958," Thurs., Aug. 11, 4203 Uni-
versity High School, at 10 a.m. Co-
Chairmen E. D. Mitchell and S. C.
Hulslander.
Placement Notices
Michigan Tuberculosis Assoc., MountI
Clemens. Assistant to Executive Sec-
retary in developing health education
and ease finding programs in schools,
industries, community groups. B.A. or
B.S. degree required
Allis-Chalmers, Detroit. Industrial
Sales, Man with B.A. or M.A. In liberal
arts or bus. admin.
For further information contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 4021 Admin.
Bldg., Ext. 3371.

Prof. George F. Hourani of
Arabic studies: "Averroes on Good
and Evil," in medieval- Islamic
philosophy.
Prof. Herbert H. Paper, of Near
Eastern studies will travel to meet
the delegation in Moscow from
Cambridge, England, and present
a paper on aspects of Iranian lin-
guistics.
Prof. Ernest N. McCarus of
Near Eastern studies will join
the delegation from Beirut, Leba-
non.
Prof. Robert B. Hall of geo-
graphy will travel to Moscow from
Tokyo, Japan.
Student Member
Philip H. Power, G., who took
his degree in oriental studies will
accompany the University delega-
tion as a single student delegate.
Elizabeth von Voightlander, G.,
a doctoral students under Prof.
Cameron and member of the.
American Oriental Society will
travel with the group as will Prof.
Charles Ferguson, director of the
Center for Applied Linguistics in
Washington, D. C., who has spent
this summer as co-ordinator of the
University special study program
in the languages of the Near
East.
Summer Students Tour
Nineteen Summer Session stu-
dents will depart from Ann Arbor
Saturday for a month's visit to
Russia.
The tour will augment an inten-
sive eight-week summer program
in the Russian language at the
University and the University of
.Indiana. The program is spon-
sored by the Carnegie Corporation
and the Inter-University Com-
mittee on Travel Grants.

DELEGATION LEADER-Regent Eugene B. Power heads- a
official University delegation which will attend the World Congres
of Orientalists opening in Moscow today. The Congress meel
once every three years and is attended by leading scholars on Asia

Five of the 19 students leaving
attended the University. T h e
others are from major universities
and colleges across the nation.
Speak Only Russian
The students, who have pledged
to speak only Russian while on
tour, will be tested in their langu-
age proficiency before and after
the trip to determine its value ip
improving their Russian.
The students will arrive in Len-
ingrad Sunday. They will spend
10 days there, nine at Yalta, and.
10 in Moscow, returning to the
United States Sept. 14 after a day
in Amsterdam.
To Accompany Group
Prof. and Mrs. Horace W.
Dewey, and Irwin R. Titunik of

the University Department of.
vic Languages and Literatures
accompany the groupi
Students will spend the me
ings in- guided tours while I
afternoons will be free. One h
each day will be devoted to lan
age instruction.
University students atten
the tour are: Charlaine Ac
man, '61; Susan J. Evtly,
Anita R. Leichenger, '61, C
L. Weinstock, '61;. and Gretc
A. Burgie,.

Richard Abrams, G., a Ur
sity student will accompany
lgroup from the University
Indiana, were he took the ir
sine' Russian course.

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