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[ARCH MEETING:
Regents Approve Faculty Sabbatical Leaves for Fall

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At their recent meeting the Re-
gents approved the following sab-
batical leaves.
Prof. Edgar F. Westrum, Jr. of
the chemistry department, to ex-
tend his. research, and write up a
number of his projects.
Second Semester, 1964-65
Prof. Wallace J. Bonk of the li-
brary science department, to con-
tinue work on a bibliography of
the 19th century editions of Jane
Auster's work.
Prof. Frank O. Copley of the
classical studies department, to
either visit archaeological sites in
Italy or Greece or to continue
work on an annotated edition of
the poems of Catullus.
Prof. Morris Foster of the zo-
ology department, to write a ge-
netics text and visit mamalian
genetics research laboratories.
Prof. William Frankena of the
philosophy department, to do re-
,earch and writing on ethics and
to give lectures in several Euro-
pean.countries.
Prof. Floyd F. Gray of the Ro-
mance languages department, to
continue study on the French
renaissance.
Prof. Ferrel Heady of the po-

litical science department, to
continue research on comparative
and development administration.
Prof. Norman E. Kemp of the
zoology department, to continue
his research on metamorphic
changes in amphibians.
Prof. Sherman Kuhn of the
English department, to finish the
second volume of his edition of
the Vespasian Psalter.
Prof. Kenneth K. Landes of the
geology department, to complete
a monograph on the worldwide
geological occurrence of oil during
this period.
Prof. Karl Litzenberg of the
English department, to complete
his translations of the Danish
author Johannes V. Jensen.
Prof. Donald M. Maynard of
th ezoology department, to con-
tinue research on the central
nervous system in octopus and
in decapod crustaceans.
Arabian Studies
Prof. Ernest N. McCarus of the
Near Eastern' studies department,
to do research on Arabic dialect
studies.
Prof. C. E. Nordman of the
chemistry department, to study
the application of x-ray crystal-

lography to complex organic com-
pounds.
Prof. Lyall H. Powers of the
English department, to revise a
manuscript on Henry James.
Prof. Kenneth Rowe of the Eng-
lish department, to continue his
studies in contemporary drama.
Prof. William M. Sattler of the
speech department, to revise the
text "Discussion and Conference."
Prof. W. B. Willcox of the his-
tory department, to research the
role of King George III in Eng-
lish government, 1775-83, as a
means of studying the decision-
making process in Whitehall.
Academic Year 1964-65
Prof. A. Bruce Clarke of the
mathematics department, to ex-
tend his research in Markov
chains and queueing processes.
Prof. Inis L. Claude of the po-
litical science department, to do
research at the Institute of Social
Studies at The Hague.
Prof. Irving M. Copi of the phil-
osophy department, to prepare a
monograph on the theory of logi-
cal types.
Prof. Peter B. Kaufman of the
botany department, to pursue re-

search on mechanisms of cellular
differentiation.
Prof. Nicholas D. Kazarinoff of
the mathematics department, to
continue his research on partial
differential equations and diffrac-
tion theory.
Continue at Geneva
Prof. Robert R. Lewis, Jr. of the
physics department, to work at
the Institute of Theoretical Phys-
ics, University of Geneva.
Prof. Roger C. Lyndon of the
mathematics department, to con-
duct research in the theory of
groups.
Prof.-D. E. Morley of the speech
department, to spend the year at
the American Academy in Athens.
Prof. Helen Peak of the psy-
chology department, to complete
a book.
Prof. Kent M. Terwilliger of the
physics department, to do re-
search on high energy physics at
the CEhN Laboratory in Geneva.
Prof. Thomas G. Winner of the
Slavic languages department, to
do a study of the Russian writer
Ivan Bunin.
Prof. Joseph K. Yamagiwa of
the Far Eastern studies depart-
ment, to write a book' on the re-

lationship between the Japanese
language and Japanese culture.
Second Semester 1964-65
and First Semester 1965-66
Prof. Lawrence W. Jones of the
physics department, to do re-
search at the CERN High Energy
Laboratory in Geneva.
Fall Term, 1964-65
Prof. Olin L. Browder, Jr. of
the Law School, to do research in
London on the records of the Pro-
bate Registry.
Prof. A. Nelson Dingle of the
engineering college, to do research
on the interpretation and appli-
cation of raindrop-size observa-
tions in natural rains.
Prof. John H. Enns of the en-
gineering college, to organize a
new graduate course in microme-
chanics of solids.
Prof. Harvey L. Garner of the
engineering college, to do inde-
pendent study in higher mathe-
matics and to review recent re-
search in coding and computer
systems theory.
Prof. Karl F. Lagler of the nat-
ural resources school, chairman
of the fisheries department, to re-
view his book "The Biology and
Management of Continental Fish-
eries."
Prof. Nelson G. Lehsten of the
education school, chairman of the
physical education department
University High School, to study
athletic administration at the
1964 Olympic Games.
Prof. William Muschenheim of
the architecture college to visit
schools of architecture abroad.

Prof. Edward L. Page of the
engineering college, to study con-
cepts of consumer engineering and
implementation.
Winter Term, 1964-65
Prof. Glen V. Berg of the en-
gineering college, to attend the
Third World Conference on
Earthquake Engineering at Well-
ington, New Zealand, and to com-
plete a book on "Computer Analy-
sis of Structures."
Prof. Frederick J. Beutler of the
search on linear operators and on
engineering college, to do re-
prediction theory at the Univer-
sity of California at Berkeley.
Prof. Jay A. Bolt of the engi-
neering college, to complete a
book on "Power for Transporta-
tion."
Prof. Chester F. Chapin of the
engineering college, to conduct
research on the religion of Sam-
uel Johnson.
Prof. Samuel K. Clark of the
engineering college, to do inde-
pendent study and reading in
mathematics and physics.
Prof Stanley E. Dimond of the
education school, to investigate
the teaching of government in the
secondary schools of France and
West Germany.
Prof. Nelson M. Hauenstein of
the music school, to observe class
instruction of advanced wind in-
strument performers in various
European conservatories.
Prof. Douglas A. Hayes of the
businessadministration school, to
do research and writing in the
field of investment management.

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~stalled at appropriate spots on the Hill.
Postponed: Consideration of SC Code
of- Elections Rules of 1964.
Adopted: That SGC request a late
per for April 17, 1964.
~ Events
The following student sponsored
events are approved for the coming
weekend. Social Chairmen are reipinded
that requests for approval for social
events are due in the Office of Student
Affairs not late than 12 o'clock noon
on the Tues. prior to the event.
APRIL 10-
Allen Rumsey, Michigras Mixer; Al-
pha Omicron Pi, Spring Pledge Formal;
Gamma Phi Beta, Spring Formal; Hay-
den, Open Open; Kappa Alpha Theta,
Pledge Formal; Phi Sigma Delta, TGIF;
Pi Beta Phi, Pledge Formal; Pi Lambda
Phi, Mixer; Sigma Phi Epsilon, TG;
Stockwel Hall, All-Greek Mixer; Strauss,
Open Open; Van Tyne, Open Open &
Dance Wenley, Open Open; Zeta Psi,
Alumni Stag Dinner.
APRIL 11--
Allen Rumsey, Open Open & Rec.
Room Party; Alpha Epsilon Pi, Pledge
Party; Alpha Rho Chi, Pledge Formal;
Alpha 'Sigma Phi, Sweetheart Bal; Al-
pha Tau Omega, Pledge Formal; Beta
Theta Pi, Puddle Party; Chi Psi, Pledge
Formal; Chicago, Open. Open; Chi Phi,
Party; Delta Phi Epsilon, Song & Pad-
de; Day; Robert Frost, Bundle Party;
Greene House, Open Open; Hinsdale,
Open Open.
Kappa Alpha Psi, Party; Phi Delta
Theta, Pledge Formal; Phi Gamma Del-
ta, Fiji Island Party; Phi Kappa Psi,
Pledge Formal; Phi Kappa Tau, Pledge
Formal; Phi Kappa Tau, Open Open;
Phi Sigma Delta, Fireside Party; Scott,
Hayride & Picnic; Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon, Pledge Formal Dance; Sigma Nu,
Pledge Formal; Theta Delta Chi, Dance;
Trigon, Pledge Formal; Winchell, Open
Open; Winchell, Rec. Room Party; Zeta
Psi, Disaster Party.
APRIL 12-
Van Tyne, Fresh Air Camp Picnic.
APRIL16-
Stckwell Hall, Faculty Tea.
Placement
POSITION OPENINGS:
League Life Insurance Co., Detroit,
Mich.-Seeking Data Processing Sys-
tems Specialists for systems & proced-
ures. Will work on Computer (No. 1401).
Co. plans to upgrade systems-to larger
computer or to tape, BA, BS or BBA-
actuarial courses helpful. Require pro-
gramming exper. Life insurance, esp.;
group, would be ideal but not a re-
tquirement.
Kaydon Engrg. Corps Muskegon, Mich.
-Openings for 2 Sales Engineer Train-
ees. Degree in Engrg. & Sales aptitude.I
Prefer age 21-24.
The Orchards, Livonia, Mich.-This
.. a residential treatment center for
emotionally disurbed child;en. 1) Grad
students & recent grads interested in,
exper. as a, prelude to going on to grad
work in social work, social sci., psych.]
& educ. can benefit from this exper.
Summer position-child care counselor.
2) Living-in position. 3) Child care]
counselors.]
City of Dearborn, Dearborn, Mich. ---
Deputy Dir. oi Parks & Rereation. Con-
siderable exper. In a supv. or admin.
capacity in field of municipal recrea-
tion. Degree with specialization in educ.
& recreation courses.
Eaton Mfg. Co., Cleveland, Ohio -
Seeking 3 Industrial Engnrs. Probably
8-10 yrs. of IE exposure will be neces-
sary to gain needed bkgd. for any of
these positions. 1) Chief IE for a 1400
employe truck parts mfg. plant in
Mich. 2) Engnr. with solid exper. in
wage payment plans & prod._standards.
3) Engrg. with solid exper. in methods
processing to work on Corp. Res.
* * *
For further information, please call
General Div., Bureau of Appointments,
3200 SAB, Ext. 3544.
SUMMER PLACEMENT:.
212 SAB-
Vermont Yankee Motor Court Restau-
rant-Looking for 4 waitresses, pref.
over 20 for this summer. Would prefer
you stay until Labor Day, but are will-
ing to discuss earlier contract dates.
$400 or more guaranteed for 10-week
summer.
Camp Rockwood, Ontario-Coed camp.
Looking for "well trained dramatics in-
structor or instructress who has had
INSTANT
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STUDY ANYTIME

somecamping exper." Willing to pay
in the $500 range & provide trans, from
the Detroit area.
Lodge of the 4 Seasons, LakeOzark,
Mo.-More applications have arrived .at
Summer Placement. New luxury resort
hotel has summer positions open for
college students from all states & for-
eign countries. Operated in connection
with Chase-Park Plaza Hotel in St.
Louis.
* * *
For further information, please come
to Summer Placement.
EDUCATION DIVISION:
Beginning the week of Mon., April
13, the following schools will be at
the Bureau of Appointments to inter-
view prospective teachers for the 1964-
65 scnool year.
MON., APRIL 13-
Inkster, Mich. (Cherry Hill Pub. Schs.)
-Elem. K-6, JH-Girls PE, L.A./Soc. St.,
Math/Sci., Ind. Arts-Elect., Vocal/Instr.
(K-12), Vocal (K-12), Instr. (K-6), V.T.,
H.S. Biol.
Detroit, Mich. (Redford Union Schs.)
-Elem. K-6; J.H.-Ind. Arts, Engl./
Soc. St., Math/Sci.; H.S. Ind. Arts: MR.
Wyandotte, Mich.-Elem., Vocal/In-
str., Art; 'J.H.-Gen.. Sol., Math, Gen.
Shop, M.R.; H.S.-Latin, Adv. Mach.
Shop, Lib.; Spec. Ed.-Elem. Em. Hand.,
Elem.,Ortho.
Mineola, N.Y.-Elem. Lib., J.H. -
Engl., Vocal, Gen. Sol.; H.S.-Girls PE,
Sdc. St, Engl, Math, Bus. Ed., T & S,
Ind. Arts, Guid., Span., Sp. Ed., Speech
Cons., Em. Dist., No elem. classroom.
TUES., APRIL 14--
Birmingham, Mich.-Elem. K-6, 4-6
team M & S, Art, Lib., For. Lang.-6th
gr., Read. Cons., Read., Type A; Sec.
-Art, Engl./Soc. St Block, Dir. Read.,
Engl., Fr., Span., Girls PE, Counsel
(woman) M.A., Ind. Arts, Math.
Mt. Clemens, Mich (Clintondale Schs)
-Elem. K-6, Vocal, Vocal/Instr.; J.H.-
Engl./Soc. St., Math/Sci., Art, PE, Sol.,
Math; H.S.-Counsel., Engl., Soc. St.,
Math/Sci., Comm., Lang./Home Ec., Ind.
Arts, Dr. Ed., Home Ec., Fr./Span.;
Spec. Ed.-Diag, V.T.
Muskegon Heights, Mich.-Elem. K-
6, EMH-Type A; J.H.-Home Ec., Math,
EMH, EMH/Home Ec.; H.S. -- Engl.
(woman), Type C Counsel., V.T.
South/Haven, Mic. - Elem. Vcoal,
Elem. Inst./Vocal, Soc. St.-Hist. and/or=
Econ. & Govt., Home Ec., Swim Inst./
Coach.
Ferndale, Mich.-Elem.; J.H.-Engl.,
Math, Counsel.; H.S.-Engl., Math, Biol.,
Physics, Gen. Sol., Counsel.
Imlay City, Mich.-Elem., El./H.S. Vo-
cal, J.H -Sci., Soc. St.; H.S.-Speech/
Engl, Guid.
WED., APRIL 15-
Grosse Ile, Mich.-K., L. El#m.; J.H.--
Engl./Fr., Home Ec., Lib. % time,, Fr.,
Sci. % time, Math; H.S.-Bus. Ed., Guid.
% time, Elem. Lib., Art Cons. . Elem.,.
H.S. attendance officer % time.
Clio, Mich.-Elem., J.H.--Engl./Soc.
St., Math/Sci.; H.S.-Engl., Home Ec.,
Ind Arts/Mech Dr./Gen. Math, Counsel.
(woman). Counsel. (man), Sp. Corr.
Clarence, N.Y. - H.S.-Engl., Hist.,
Span., Fr., Girls PE, Lib., Math, Bus.;
J.H.--Engl., Guid., Lib., Sol.
Eden, N.Y.-Elem K-3-5-6; Sec. -
Engl., J.H. Math, Chem., Span./Engl.,
Guid., J.H. Gen. Sol.
Southgate, Mich. (Heintzen Sphs.) -
Elem., J.H.-Soc. St., Vocal, Instr., Engl.,
Math; H.S.-Engl., Fr./Span., Art, Econ,
MH, VT.
Milford, Mich.-Elem. K, 1, 2, 4, 5;
J.H.--Math, Vocal, Sp. Corr.

THURS., APRIL 16-
Haslett,AMich.-Elem., Engl., H.S.-
Math/Gen. Sci.
Warren, Mich.-Elem. K-6, Vocal In-
str., Art, Rem. Read., Lib.; J.H. -
Engl., Math/Sci.; Spec. Ed.-Sp. Ther.
MR,Deaf,Diag,V.T.
Stanton, Mich.-Type A, V.T., Speech
Corr., Phys. Thera.
Muskegon, Mich. (Beach Schs.) -
Elem.
Oak Lawn, Ill. (Dist. No. 23)--Tenta-
tive.
Erie, Mich. (Mason Cons. Schs.) -
Elem., J.H.-Gen. Sci./Math, Engl.; H.S.
-Suan./Engl, Phys., Chem., Planetar-
lum Operator, Gen. Sci., Bus. Ed., Home
Ec., Sp. Corr., Read. Cons.
Lowell, Mich.-Elem. K, 1, 2, 4, 6;
J.H.-Gen. Sci./Math, Engl.; H.S. -
Span./Engl., Phys., Chem., Planetarium
Operator, Gen. Sci, Bus. Ed., Home Ec.,
Sp. Corr., Read. Cons.
Bloomfield Hills, Mich.-J.H. Counsel.
(woman & man), Art, Vocal/Gen. Mu-
sic.
FRI., APRIL 17-
Rochester, N.Y.-Elem. K-6, Sci., Math,
Engl., Girls PE, Fr./Span., MR, Lang,
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
t Alpha Omega Fellowship, Weekly
meeting. All University students wel-
come; weekly lecture and discussion:
Intellectual examination of Biblical
claims and their relevance to the cam-
pus situation, April 12, 10 a.m., Grace
Bible Church, 110 N. State St.
* * *
Circle Honorary Society, Initiation for
new members and election of officers,
Tues., April 14, 7:15 p.m., Michigan
League.
S* * *
Congregational Disciples, E&R, EUB
*Student Guild-Friday noon luncheon
discussion with sacrificial meal (profits
go to "End of Poverty Week"); Speak-
er: Charles Johnson, Wayne State Uni-
versity, 12 to 1 p.m. Open dinner,
April '10, 6 p.m., Guild House, 802
Monroe. Friday evening informal; Prof.
Brownlow: "A Conversation with
Brownlow-the Absurd Theatre," 7 p.m.,
Guild House, 802 Monroe.
* * *
Graduate Outing Club, Canoeing and
hiking, April 12, 2 p.m., Huron St. en-
trance to Rackham Bldg.
Michigan Christian Fellowship, Panel
discussion, "Does Man Need a Savior?"
April 10, 7:30 p.m., Michigan Union,
Third Floor.
* * *
Newman Club, Afro-American Friend-
ship Benefit Party, Sat., April 11, 8-
12 p.m., Newman Club. Program of Afri-'
can folk music, refreshments, social
dancing. Donation proceeds will help
sponsor Carole Ten Brink on Opera-
tion Crossroads Africa.
* * *
Unitarian Student Group, Meeting
and discussion, April 12, 7:30 p.m.,
Unitarian Church, 1917 Washtenaw. "A
Religious Dialogue" between Rabbi Har-
old S. White and Prof. Stevens, Eng-
lish department.
* * *
U. of M. Tennis Club, Meeting - if
warm weather, April 11, 1 p.m., Burns
Park, Wells St.

Bus., Home Ec., Soc. St. (excellentf
candidates only),
Midlothian, Ill.-Elem. K-6 only,
Mt Pleasant, Mich.-Spec. Ed.--Ortho.,
Deaf, Braille & Part sight, Sec. Type A,
Deaf/Hard of Hear.
Appointments may be made now. If
you find it necessary to cancel an ap-
pointment please do so by the day
before the interview.
For additional information and ap-
pointments contact the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3200 SAB, 663-1511, Ext.
3547.
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please
sign interview schedules posted at 128-H
West Engrg. for appointments with the
following:
APRIL 10-
Rackoff Associates, Columbus, Dhio &
Cleveland, Ohio-BS-MS: CE. MS: Sani-
tary. May & Aug. grads. Men only. De-
sign, Highway. & Bridges, Water Supply
& Sewage treatment.

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