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natural resources school, to de-
velop a textbook on, a new course
he has developed.
Prof. William Robert Dixon of
the education school, to partici-
pate in the United States-India
Cooperative Education Project at
the University of Bombay.
Prof. Robert S. Fox of the edu-
cation school, director of Univer-
sity High School, also to parti-
cipate in the comparative project.
Prof. Elizabeth A. H. Green of
the music school, to complete a
college textbook on teaching of
stringed instruments in classes.
Prof. Marguerite V. Hood of the
music school, to make a survey of
the humanities as they are taught
in Germany, France and England.
Prof. Paul F. Zweifel of the en-
gineering college; to lecture and
do research at the Middle East
TechnicalUniversity in Ankara.
Leave for Prof. Joshua McClen-
nen of the engineering college, for
a year beginning Aug. 1, to study
primitive thought of Aegean civi-
Sick leave for Dean James C.
Mouzon of the engineering college,
from Dec. 26, 1963 to Feb. 9.
Leave for Kenneth G. Simmons
of the education school, first term,
1964-65, to attend the Olympic
Games in Tokyo.
Robert G. Forman has been
named associate general secretary
of the Alumni Association of the
University, effective May 1, Frank
Ortman, Alumni Associationpres-
ident, announced yesterday.
Ortman said that Forman was
the unanimous choice of the as-
sociation's executive committee,
which has been studying the posi-
tion of associate general secretary
for some time. He is presently
assistant director of University
relations and development.
The Young Democratic Club will
sponsor the fourth annual Issues
Conference today in the Under-
graduate Library Multi-Purpose
Room. August Scholle, president
of the Michigan AFL-CIO, will
speak on "Reapportionment and
the Law" at 11 a.m. A panel dis-
cussion at 2 p.m. will center on
"Focuses of the Negro Revolt."
Engineering .. .
"Technirama," sponsored by the
Engineering Council and featuring
60 student exhibits and 15 in-
dustrial displays, will be held 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. today and noon to
5 p.m. tomorrow. The Phoenix
Memorial Laboratory, the Univer-
sity's new medium energy cyclo-
tron, and the naval tank will be
open to visitors.
'Civil Liberties' . .
George Meader (R-Mich) of
Ann Arbor will speak on "Civil
Liberties" at 2 p.m. today at Ann
Arbor High School.
League beginning at 10 a.m. Algo
Henderson, director of the Study
of Higher Education Center, will
deliver the opening sremarks at
2 p.m. in the Michigan Rm.
Dr. Paul Kauffman and William
Cook will speak on "Michigan
Legislation for Mental Health" at
8 p.m. today at the Friends Cen-
Glee Club ..
The University Men's Glee Club
will present their spring concert
at 8:30 p.m. today in Hill Aud.
The second session of the Amer-
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