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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
PROGRAM NOTES:
Leaves, Duty Elsewhere
'U' Television To Feature
JaC' . , n~l" iiTini '.u Granted 11 by Regents

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Ten leaves of absence and one
off-campus duty assignment were
approved- by the Regents Friday
at their monthly meeting.
Prof. Douglas D. Crary of the
geography department was granted
leave for the first semester of this
year, without salary, so that he
may take part in the State De-
partment's Educational Exchange
Program. He will conduct seminars,
do field work and deliver lectures
in the Near East.
Researchers Get Leaves
Two researchers in the Willow
Run Laboratories were granted
leaves. James A. Foote will be
studying towards a master's de-
gree in electrical engineering at
the University, and James L. Pitts-
ley will use his leave to travel in
Central America, Europe 'and Asia.
Registration'
For Fall Rush
Set To Open
Registrations for the fall fra-
ternity rush begin tomorrow at the
main desk of the Union.
All prospective rushees must
be registered and have an Inter-
fraternity Council identification
tag in order to rush any of the
University's 44 houses. IFC also
has a rush booklet containing
vital statistics about each frater-
nity and information about the
fraternity system in general.
A special counseling service
sponsored by the IFC will also
start tomorrow. The purpose of
this counseling is 'to providt the
rushee with impartial answers to
any questions he may have re-
garding a particular house or a
personal rushing problem.
The Interfraternity Council's
rushing program will include a
mass rushing meeting which will
be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
in the Union ballroom. At this
meeting the prospective rushee
will be given valuable rushing ad-
vice by the leaders of the IFC and
will be able to meet representatives
of each of the fraternities on
campus.
'a
Swingline
stapler
no bigger
than a pack

The Regents granted leave to
Stephen W. Ford of the University
Library so that he may direct a
project supported by the Council in
Project for development of per-
formance standards for library
bindings.
Off campus duty was assigned to
Prof. Robert L. Hunter of the
Medical School to continue his re-
search in esterase activity in the
laboratory of Dr. Helio B. Cou-
tinho at the University of Recife,
Brazil.
Leave for Year
Professors James A. Nicholls and
Rudi S. Ong, both of the aero-
nautical engineering department,
were given leaves for the academic
year.
Ong received a National Science
Foundation fellowship and will
conduct research in magnetohy-
drodynamics and study astro- and
plasma physics at the University of
Leiden in the Netherlands. Prof.
Nicholls will devote full time to re-
search under a University Research
Institute appointment.
Prof. Hadley J. Smith will de-
vote time to research sponsored
by the National Aeronautics and
Space Administration and a Uni-
versity Research Institute Con-
tract during his leave froni the en-
gineering mechanics department.
Goes to NASA
The National Aeronautics and
Space Administration w i 11 a 15o
have the services of Prof. Nelson
W. Spencer of the electrical en-
gineering department during his
one-year leave. Prof. Spencer will
head the planetary atmospheres
branch at the Goddard Space
Flight Center.
A leave of absence to Prof. Leon-
ard M. Uhr of the Mental Health
Research Institute to enable him
to do research outside of Ann Ar-
bor was granted.
Demetrius Sotiropoulos, fine arts
librarian in the University Library,
was given a leave from Oct. 28,
1960 to Aug. 31, 1961 to work to-
wards the completion of his doc-
toral dissertation in linguistics.
Todd To Lecture
About Education
Helena Todd, president of Hull
Teacher Training College in Eng-
land, will speak on "Education
in the Welfare State" at 8 p.m.
tomorrow in the Rackham Amphi-
theatre. A reception will follow at
9 p.m. in Rackham Assembly Hall.

Mass Rushing Meeting
Union Ballroom
September 28
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