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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1964

PAGE TWO TUE MICHiGAN DAILY TUESDAY. MARCH 10. 1964

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MONTHLY MEETING:
Regents Confirm Al

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN,

pointments, Leaves

The Regents approved the fol-
lowing appointments, resignations
and leaves of absence at the regu-
lar monthly meeting.
Appointments
Prof. Lyle F. Aseltine of the
dental school was appointed as-
sociate professor of oral surgery in
the Medical School, retroactive to
July 1, 1963.
Prof. Gerald H. Bonnette of the
dental school was also appointed
associate professor of oral surgery
in the Medical School, retroactive
to July 1,1963.
Irving N. Einhorn, visiting scien-
tist in the engineering college and
Institute of Science and Tech-
nology was also appointed re-
search consultant in the architec-
ture and design college, effective
Feb. 1.
Visiting Professorship
Prof. Harold A. J. Ford was
appointed visiting professor in the
Law School, effective Aug. 27. He
is now professor of commercial
law at the University of Mel-
bourne, Australia.G
Prof. F. Clarke Fraser, to be
appointed visiting professor of
human genetics, effective with the
fall semester. Prof. Fraser has
been on the McGill University
faculty since 1945 and has been
professor of genetics since 1960. He
is also director of medical gene-
tics at the Montreal Children's
Hospital.
chemistry Staff Addition
Prof. Henry C. Griffin was given
an assistant professorship in the
chemistry department, effective in
August. He is now a research as-
sociate at the Argonne National
Laboratory.
Prof. James R. Hayward of the
dental school was also appointed
Across
Camp us
Prof. Selma Fraiberg of the
psychiatry department of the Med-
ical Center will speak on "Re-
search in Early Ego Development
and Its Implications for Social

professor of oral surgery in the
Medical School, retroactive to
July 1, 1963.
Prof. Hampton H. Irwin was
appointed visiting professor in the
business administration school on
a part-time basis, effective in
January. He joined the Wayne
State University faculty in 1947
and has been a full professor there
since 1949.
Law Faculty
Prof. John H. Jackson was ap-
pointed visiting associate professor
in the Law School, effective with
the summer session. He has been
on the faculty at the University
of California at Berkeley since
1961.
Prof. Douglas A. Kahn was ap-
pointed to the Law School faculty,
effective Aug. 27. He is now with
the law firm in Washington.
Prof. Emeritus Reuben L. Kahn
of the Medical School was ap-
pointed as a consultant in the
school on a part time basis, effec-
tive May 15. He served on the Uni-
versity faculty from 1928 to 1957.
Make Promotion
Prof. Thomas E. Kauper was
appointed assistant professor in
the Law School, effective Aug. 27.
He is now associated with a Chi-
cago law firm.
Prof. Anthony Y. C. Koo receiv-
ed an appointment as full profes-
sor in the economics department,
effective in August. He has been
on the Michigan State University
faculty since 1950 and a full pro-
fessor there since 1958.
Named Producer
Merrill Ward McClatchey was
appointed executive producer, ra-
dio division of the broadcasting
service, effective Feb. 15. He pres-
ently is a free-lance educational
television film producer.
Prof. Glenn D. McNeill has been
appointed assistant professor in
the psychology department effec-
tive August, 1965. He is currently
a lecturer and research fellow in
the Harvard Center for Cognitive
Studies.
Prof. Ira I. Miller was appointed
clinical assistant professor in the
Medical School, effective Jan. 1.
He is engaged in private practice
in Detroit and teaches at Sinai
Hospital and Wayne State Univer-
sity.

PROF. THEODORE NEWCOMB
is now with a Los Angeles law
firm.
Resignations
Prof. David K. Adams of the
engineering college resigned ef-
fective last December to take a
position at the Stanford Research
Institute.
Prof. Andrew J. Berger of the
Medical School resigned in Feb-
ruary.
Prof. Bertram Herzog of the en-
gineering college resigned last
month to go into industry.
Prof. Helen B. Hixon of the
nursing school resigned last month.
Prof. Donald E. Knapp resigned
from the dental school effective
June 30 to accept a position at
the University of Kentucky.
Prof. Richard L. Park of the
political science department re-
signed effective May 23, to become
dean of the social science depart-
ment at the University of Pitts-
burgh.
Prof. John A. Sullivan of the
public health school has resigned
to accept a position with a county
public health department.
Leaves of Absence
Leave was approved for Gilbert
E. Bursley, assistant director of
the Development Council, from
Feb. 1 through about May 1, to

versity of California at San Diego.
. Leave was approved for Jerrold
Sander, production manager of the
radio division of the broadcasting
service, from March 15 to March
15, 1965, to serve as project di-
rector at the National Association
of Educational Broadcasters.
Off-Campus
Prof. John B. Burch of the zool-
ogy department and curator of
mollusks in the Museum of Zool-
ogy, was granted an off-campus
assignment from April 15 to June
15, to serve as a visiting investi-
gator at the University of Georgia
Marine Institute.
Off-campus assignment was ap-
proved for Prof. Rensis Likert,
director of the Institute for Social
Research and of the psychology
department, from Nov. 1 throughl
April 30, 1965, to write a new book
on the theory of organization.
Off-campus assignments were
approved for Prof. James V. Neel
of the medical school from March
31 through May 31, to make a field
trip among the Indians of the
Brazilian Mato Grosso and froi
Sept. 1 through July 31, 1965, to
visit Japan to study the genetic
effects of the atomic bombs at
Hiroshima and Nagasaki and also
the genetic effect of cousin mar-
riage in Japan.
Off to India
Off-campus assignment was ap-
proved for Prof. Donald C. Pelz,
program director of the Survey
Research Center and of the psy-
chology department, from March
1 through Aug. 31, to assist the
Indian Institute of Public Admin-
istration in establishing a survey
research facility.
Off-campus assignment was
granted for Prof. William D.
Schorger of the anthropology de-
partment and of Near Eastern
languages and literatures and
director of the Center for Near
and Middle Eastern Studies for
next year, to pursue a program of
research and writing in Morocco.
Leave was granted for Prof.
William B. Ballis of the political
science department for the next
year to serve as a visiting profes-
sor at the Naval War College.
Sick leave was approved for Dr.
Frances E. Bull of the medical

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day and Sunday..
TUESDAY, MARCH 10
Day- Calendar
School of Music Degree Recital-Wil-I
iam Weber, pianist: Lane Hall Aud.,
3:30 P.M.
Doctoral Examination for William
y dolphRuffer, Education; thesis: m "
Study of the Etiology of extreme
?hysical Activity Patterns in Young
Vlen," 111 PEM Bldg., at 1:30 p.m.
Jhairman, P. A. Hunsicker.
For Other University Events today
see the Across Campus column.
General Notices
Student Tea at the home of Presi-
lent and Mrs. Harlan Hatcher Wed.,
March 11, from 4-6 p.m. All students
cordially invited.
Medical College Admission Test: Ap-
plication blanks are available in 122
Rackham Bldg. The first administra-
tion of the test for 1964 will be on Sat.,
April 25. Applications must be receiv.-
ed in New York, N.Y., by April 10,
1964.
Admission Test for Grad Study in
Business: Application blanks are avail-
able in 122 Rackham Bldg. The next
administration of the test for 1964 will
be on Sat., April 4. Applications must
be received in Princeton, N.J., by March
21.
'Law School Admission Test: Applica-
tion blanks are available in 122 Rack-
ham Bldg. The next administration of
the test for 1964 will be on Sat., April
18. Applications must be received in
Princeton, N.J., by April 4.
Awards under the Fulbright-Hays Act
'or Univ. Lecturing and Advanced Re-
;earch have been announced in 1965
ni Australia, New Zealand and Latin
America. Those applying must be U.S.
:itlzens; for lecturing, a minimum of
>ne year of college teaching experience;
:or research, a doctoral degree or rec-
)gnized professional standing; for Lat-
n America, a knowledge of the lan-
;uage of the host country. Application
erms may be obtained from the Con-
'erence Board of Associated Research
)ounclls, Committee on International
3xchange of Persons, 2101 Constitution
kve., Washington 25, D.C., 20418. Dead-
ne for applications for Australia and
!.ew Zealand: April 15, 1964, and for
1,atin America: May 15, 1964.
May Teacher's Certificate Candidates:
N11 requirements for the teacher's cer-
.ificate must be completed by April
E0. Theseinclude teacher's oath, health
statement, and Bureau of Appoint-
ORGANIZATION1

:nents material. The oath should be
:aken as soon as possible in Room 1203
Univ. School. The office is open from
3:30-12 and 1-4:30.
Alice Lloyd Residence Hall Scholar-'
ships: Women students living in Alice
Lloyd who wish to apply for Residencei
Hall scholadships for the 1964 fall
semester may secure application blanks
from Fran Arkis, 4010 Hinsdale House,
Alice Lloyd Hall. Completed applica-
tions must be returned to Miss Arkis
by March 18. Qualifications will be
considered on the basis of academic
standing (minimum 2.5 cumulative
average), financial need, and contribu-
tion to group living
Foreign Visitors
The following are the foreign visitors
programmed through the International
Center who will be on campus this
week on the dates indicated. Program
arrangements are being made by Mrs.
Clifford R. Miller, ext. 3358, Interna-
tional Center.
Abdelhad Tayeb, Olympic Coach, Al-
geria, March 15-71.
Enrique F. Eleusippi, Olympic Coach,
Argentina, March 15-17.
Paul Ndjonga, Olympic Coach, Cen-
tral African Republic, March 15-17.
Gilbert Babakala, Olympic Coach, Con-
go, March 15-17.
Anselme Mavuela, Olympic Coach,
Congo, March 15-17.
Liberat Gnodossou, Olympic Coach,
Dahomy, March 15-17.
Mordechai Magali, Olympic Coach, Is-
rael, March 15-17.
Tan Eng Yoon, Olympic Coach, Ma-
layasia, March 15-17.
Eugeniusz Wachowski, Olympic Coach,
Poland. March 15-17.
Bernard Libonda, Olympic Coach, Sen
egal, March 15-17.
Tavesak Narraj, Olympic Coach, Thai-
land, March 15-17.
Pongsak Palaponk, Olympic Coach,
Thailand, March 15-17.
Prida Rodphothong, Olympic Coach,
Thailand, March 15-17.
Mohammed E. A. El-Rashidy, Olympic
Coach, United Arab Republic, March
15-17.
(Accompanied by Sam Maggi, Peter Si-
mon.)
Placement
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Peace Corps Placement Test-Will be
given on Sat., March 14 at 8:30 a.m.
at the Old Post Office on Main &
Catherine.
Federal Service Entrance Exam - The
next FSEE will be given on April 18.
You must apply for this exam by March
19.-
SUMMER PLACEMENT:
212 SAB-
Camp Timanous, Maine-Boys camp
has position open for married couple,
possibly with 1 child, Man with some
capexper. will take charge of cabin
oa 1 boys-with 2 assistants. Wife must
have some nurses training & will as-
sist regular nurses. Complete informa-
tion avail. at Summer Placement.
POSITION OPENING:
Executive Director, Girls Club of Co-
lumbus, Ind.-Starting May or June.

Good woman executive to develop plans, at grades GS-7 to 15. Locations:
prepare budgets, recruit & train profes- Througnout U.S. & Overseas.
sional & volunteer staff, counsel girls, The Rand Corp., Santa Monica, Calif.
etc. College grad with Psych., Sociol., -Men & women. May & Aug. grads.
Educ. or Recreation major pref. Will Seeking: Bachelor's & Master's degrees
,onsider recent grad with exceptional tn Math. Positions: Computer Sciences
background. NOTE: Interested candi- Dept. (elec. computing).. U.S. citizens,
dates please call Bureau of Appoint-
ments, General Div., today for appoint- ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
ment. Experienced persons preferred. VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please
sign interview schedules posted at 128-H
West Engrg. for appointments with the
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS, Bureau following.
of Appointments-Seniors & grad stu- MARCH 12-13-
dents, please call Ext. 3544 for ap- Atlantic Refining Co., R. & D. Lab.
pointments with the following: Located in Dallas, Texas--All Degrees:
THURS., MARCH 12-ChE, EE EM & ME. BS: E Math; E
Special Announcement-Argonne Na[Physics & Sci. Engrg. May & Aug. grads.
tional Labs., Argonne, 11.-Will be in-R. & D.
terviewing in the Engrg. Placement MARCH 12-
Service, Rm. 128-H W. Engrg. Seeking Avco Corp., Res. & Adv. Dev. Div.-
Math (BS & MS) for positions in Sci- All Degrees: AE & Astro., Applied
entific Programming.r Iech's., CE, EEA EM, ME, Gen'l Chem.
Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co., Toledo, MS-PhD: Commun. Sct., Mat'ls., Met.,
Ohio-Men, May & *Aug. grads (p.m Chem.-(Analyt., Inorg. & Org.), Phys-
only). Seeking: majors in Physics & ic & Math. MS-Prof.: Instrumentation.
Arch. Also Chem. Positions: Plant Tech. BS: E Physics. Dec,. & May grads. R. &
Control, Prod., Res. & Dev. Location : D.
Entire company U.S. citizens. General Electric Co., All Labs. of GE
In all Depts. & at all GE locations,
Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, Mich.- ,oastto coast-PhD: AE & Astro., ChE,
Men, May & Aug. grads. Seeking: Majors CE, Comm. Sci., EE, EM, IE, Instru.,
in Econ., Psych., Journ., Law & Gen. Mat'ls.. ME, Met., Nuclear, Psychology,
Liberal Arts, Math & Physics. Positions: Math & Stat. R. & D., Des.
Elec. Computing, Insurance Sales, Mar- M. W. Kellogg Co., N.Y. City Hdqts.
ket Res., Personnel, Prod., Stat., Sales & New Res. Ctr. in Northern N.J. -
Promotion, Purchasing, & Traffic. Lo- MS: ChE. R. & D., Des., Process Engrg.
cations: All div. of company. Must be & Construction.
U.S. citizens. Quaker Oats Co., Hdqts. - Chicago.
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., New Various plant locations-(p.m.) - BS:
York, N.Y.-Men & women, Dec., May ChE, EE, IE-(for Prod. Mgmt. Trng.
& Aug. grads. Seeking majors in Econ., Program only), ME. BS-PhD: Org. Chem.
Poll. Sci., Engl., For. Lang., Soc., Psych., May & Aug. grads. R. & D., Prod.&
Hist., & Gen. Liberal Arts. Positions: Plant Engrg.
Actuarial, Econ., Elec. Computing, Home United Technology Center, Sunnyvale,
Carson, Pirie, Scott Co., Chicago, Ill. Calif.-All Degrees: AE & Astro., ChE, &
-Men & women. May & Aug. grads. ME. May & Aug. grads. R. & D., Des.
Office, Mgmt. Trng., Office Mgmt., Per- Jervis B. Webb Co., Detroit, Mich. -
sonnel, Prod., Mortgage Investments. BS-MS: CE & ME. BS: EE. May & Aug.
Women-trng. prog. (18 mos.) for as- grads. R. & D., Des., Prod., Sales,
signment as Office Supv. Estimating Engnrs.
Seeking: Gen. Liberal Arts, esp. Psych.-_____
Positions: Management Trng., Merchan-
dising, Personnel, Retailing.
Washington National Insurance Co.,
Evanston, 111.-Men & women, May
grads. Seeking: Majors in Econ., Poli.
Sci., EngI., Soc., Psych., Hist., Gen. Lib-
fice Mgmt., Territorial group sales, In-
surance-home office, claims; Gen. Bus.
Trainees.

+.

FRI., MARCH 13--
Marine Trust Co. of Western New
York, Buffalo, N.Y.-Men, May & Aug.
grads (p.m. only). Seeking: majors in
Econ., Poli. Sci., Engl., Soc.. Psych.,
ist., Edue., & Gen. Liberal Arts Posi-
tions: Banking Mgmt Trng. Prog. U.S.
citizens.
Administrative Survey Detachment
(Dept. of the Army)-Men, Dec., May &
Aug. grads. Seeking: Undergrad degrees
in Liberal Arts; esp. Poli. Sci., Journ.,
& Foreign Lang. Age 24-42. Must have
completed obligatory military service;
be proficient in at least 1 foreign lang.
Citizen of U.S.; if naturalized, must
have resided in the U.S. for 5 yrs. Posi-
tions: Intelligence Civilian Career prog.,
Languages, Counter-Intelligence. Appts.

featuring Frank Kuntz
Tues., Thurs. & Sat.
Del Rio Bar
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Work" at 12:30 p.m. today in the Set Promotion
Michigan Union Ballroom. Prof. C. Thornton Murphy was
The lecture is part of a pro- appointed assistant professor in
gram sponsored by the Huron Val- the physics department, effective
ley Chapter of the National Asso- in August. He is now a project
ciation of Social Workers. associate at the University of Wis-

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Summer Program...
There will be a meeting of stu-
dents interested in jobs in Wash-
ington, D.C. under the Summer In-
tern Program at 4 p.m. today in
the Multipurpose Rm. of the UGLI.
USSR Image...
Prof. Arthur Mendel of the his-
tory department will speak on
"The Political Image of the USSR"
at 7:30 p.m. today in the Multi-
purpose Rm. of the UGLI.
Creative Arts...
Professors Allan Seager of the
English department, Richard Wilt
of the art department, and Leslie
Basset of the music school will
discuss "The Modern Arts" at 8
p.m. today in the Union Ballroom.
The discussion is one of the
events included in the Creative
Arts Festival.

consin.
Prof. Henricus C. Rumke was
appointed Netherlands Visiting
Professor 'of Psychiatry in the
Medical School, effective March 1.
He has been president of the
World Federation of Mental
Health since 1953.
Prof. J. David Singer, associate
research political scientist, was
appointed associate professor in
the political science department,
effective in August. He is now on
leave of absence serving as a re-
search scholar at the Institute for
Social Research, the University of
Oslo.
Engineering Addition
Prof. Chen To Tai, was appoint-
ed full professor in the engineer-
ing college effective with the next
University year. He has been pro-
fessor of electrical engineering at
Ohio State University since 1960.
Prof. Knud Waaben was ap-
pointed visiting professor in the
Law School, effective Aug. 27. He
has been on the faculty at the
University of Copenhagen since
1950.
Prof. James J. White was ap-
pointed assistant professor in .the
Law School, effective Aug. 27. He

serve in the state Legislature. school for the month of December.
Maternity leave was granted for Leave was granted for Prof.
Mrs. Lillian L. Chan, a librarian, Robert M. Stern of the economics
from Feb. 6 through March 25. department, for the next year, to
Sick leave was approved for Mrs. accept a Ford Foundation Faculty
Anne M. Coller, resident director, Research Fellowship.
Jordan Hall, from Jan. 12 through Travels Abroad
Feb. 29. Leave was approved for Prof.
Leave was approved for Lois ILeland Stowe of the journalism
Gehring of the medical school department for the first semester
from Jan. 1 through Dec. 31. of next year, to engage in research
On Leave on several political subjects in
Leave was granted for Earl C. Germany and central Europe.

Gottschalk, Jr., of the journalism
department for next year to work
on a professional newspaper.
Leave was approved for Prof.
Harlan Lane of the psychology
department for this semester to
complete a book on the psychology
of language.
Leave for Prof. Michael M. Mar-
tin of the chemistry department,
was granted for the first semester
of next year to accept a visiting
appointment at the entomology
branch of the United States de-
partment of agriculture labora-
tories.
Leave was approved for Prof.
Edith A. Maynard of the medical
school for the next academic year.
Accepts Professorship
Leave was granted for Prof.
Theodore Newcomb of the sociol-
ogy and psychology departments,
first semester, 1964-65, to accept a
visiting professorship at the Uni-

Sabbatical leave was granted for
Prof. Clarence J. Velz, of the
public health school from Nov. 1,
1964, to April 30, 1965, to put in
book form his stream analysis,
water resources and pollution con-
trol work.
Sick leave was approved for
Clyde Vroman, director of admis-
sions, from Dec. 21 to April 15.
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NOTICES
Baptist Student Union, Discussion
of Dr. Frank Stagg's article "The
Church as the Body of Christ," Wed.,
March 11, 7:30 p.m., Room 528D, SAB.
Circle Honorary Society, Important
meeting, Tues., March 10, 7:15 p.m.,
Michigan League.
German Club, Coffee Hour, Wed.,
March 11, 3-5 p.m., German conversa-
tion, music, singing, refreshments. 3050
Frieze Bldg., "Herzlich Willkommen."
Hillel Foundation, Speaker: Ellis Riv-
kin, PhD.: Topic, "Judaism, Jesus and
Christianity in the Light of History,"
Wed., March 11, 8 p.m., 1429 Hill St.
Michigan Chapter of Society of Sig-
ma Xi, Dinner for initiates followed
by address by Dean Sawyer, 'Research
and the University," Wed., March 11,
0:30 dinner, 8, speech, Michigan League
Ballroom.

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