THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15,
Caroling Time Again
THREE RESEARCH UNITS: G
Boyd Cites History, Expansion of IST
By ROBERT FARRELL
The Institute of Science and noted, while now, including the
federal funds coming into the Wil-
Technology has greatly expanded low Run Labs, it is over $8 million.
since its creation in July, 1959,
its director, Prof. Joseph A. Boyd One of the major purposesthat
of the electrical engineering de-. the Legislature had in establish-
partentsaidyestrdaing the Institute. was to stimulate
partment, said yesterday. the growth of industry in the
Reviewing the history and pur- state, Prof. Boyd said, explaining
poses of the Institute before a that this placed certain burdens
luncheon mpeting of the student upon the organization that other
chapter of the American Institute research bodies did- not share.
of Chemical Engineers, Prof. Boyd The research at the Institute is yh'
explained that the Institute had carried out in several ways, includ- }
acquired three major research sec- ing work through the 15 research
tions since its creation-the Great divisions of wST itself, grants to
Lakes Research Institute, the Bo individual faculty members at the
physical Research Center and the University, sponsorship if depart-
Willow Run Laboratories. mental research here, pre-and
Prof. Boyd was director of the post-doctoral fellowships and, in
Willow Run Labs until they were rare cases; support of research at
placed under IST, when he be- other state colleges and univer-
came the director. sities:
Originally, the Institute's budget IST's plans for the future in-
was under $1 million, Prof. Boyd dude a separate building on North PROF. JOSEPH BOYI,
SONGS IN SEASON-While students with last minute papers to write and last minute exams to
cram for burn midnight tapers in their rooms tonight, those whose schedules and/or consciences
will permit, will gather on the Diag for the Michigan League's traditional evening of Christmas
caroling. Sponsored by the League's special projects committee, the program will include Christ-
mas music performed by a brass choir, the Men's Glee Club and the Friars, the Pserfs, and the
Adams-Jordan combined choir. The actual program will begin at 8 p.m., but the brass choir will
provide an overture beginning at 7:45 p.m. to set the mood. Later in the evening Santa Claus
himself will put in an appearance,
IMPROVED CUBAN RELATIONS:
Jones Calls Warning on Tours'Unwise'
To Hold Seminar
The Bureau of Industrial Re-
lations will hold Personnel Tech-
niques Seminar No. 12 at 9 a.m.
today in the Michigan Union.
Prof. Franklin G. Moore, Carl H.
Pollmar, both of the business
school, and Robert L. Begar, of
the telephone company, will lead
the discussion on "Using Man-
agement Games in Ececutive De-
velopment." Registration will be-
gin at 8:30 a.m.
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the news coverage was "less than]
"By getting a number of people
with varied interests to visit Cuba,
we might get a clearer picturer,"
He said that the "attitude of the
government has definitely cur-
tailed the size" of the group now
going. Heretofore there was the
possibility of four cars traveling
to Florida, but now the number
of passengers is fluctuating be-
tween five and nine, Jones said.
People who expressed interest
were told of the official United
States stand and were asked to
think the trip over, he added.
The State Department notice
specifically mentioned the pack-
age tour sponsored by the "Fair
Play for Cuba Committee."
"We are going as individuals,"
Jones said. "The Committee has
only facilitated arrangements for'
those interested in tours."
In New York
Carl H. Chatters, brother of
Kenneth L. Chatters, superinten-
dant of printing for student publi-
cations at the University, and
former Chicago city controller,
died Tuesday in New York City.
He collapsed two weeks ago
while addresing the American
Chatters, an expert on munici-
pal finances, vas well-known in
Ann Arbor. He was the former
director of the Michigan Munici-
pal League -.nd author of a busi-
ness text book often used in the
Despite the advice against the
trip, the Committee will still plan
the car pool. If this advice were
to become a ban, he added, plans
would be abondoned.
There will be a meeting at 1 p.m.
Sat. Jan. 7, in Rm. 3 R-S, Michi-
gan Union for students who
traveled to Cuba or would like to
hear of the Christmas trip, Jones
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