THE MICHIGAN fDAILY
Regents Receive $477,000 in Gifts Grants for 'U'
Series To Open with London
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fore an invisible, all-powerful
Other shows in the series will
eArms and the Man," by George
Bernard Shaw, Nov. 8-11;.
"Henry IV, Part I," by William
Shakespeare, Dec. 6-9 and 11-12;
"Faces of Malte," by Barton
Wimble, Jan. 10-13;.
"The Living Room," by Graham
Greene, Mar. 21-24;
An opera to be announced, April
26-28 and May 1;
"Henry IV, Part II," May 7-12.
Season rates for Playbill are
seven dollars and five dollars,
with an extra $.25 charge for each
Friday or Saturday performance,
excepting "Faces of Malte."
Tickets for individual produc-
tions will go on sale starting Oct.
Gifts, grants and bequests total-
ling almost $477,000 were accepted $5,800 for the Pediatrics Assist-
by the Regents at their regular ance Fund.
meeting yesterday. From the Netherlands Ministry
gt fr he of Education the Regents accepted
Ford Foundation, which has made $5,500 representing the Nether-
six different grants totalling al- lands' contribution toward the
most $83,000, for a program in salary of Visiting Professor H. P.
economic development and admin- H. Teesing.
istration, to assist in the study of From Monsanto Chemical Com-
delinquency prevention, three are pany the Regents accepted $5,500
grants-in-aid for work in Near for two fellowships in chemical
Eastern studies, Japanese studies engineering and pharmaceutical
and Russian studies. chemistry. .
The Regents accepted almost Lockheed Fund
$35,000 from Health Information There also were two grants from
Foundation as payment for Hos- Lockheed Leadership Fund with
pital Administration bureau study. $3,700 for three scholarships and
Japan Program $1,500 as an unrestricted grant.
Asia Foundation has given Two grants totalling $4,900 were
$24,000 for a teaching program accepted from Shell Companies
at the National Defense Academy Foundation for a fellowship in
in Japan. mechanical engineering and a fel-
Three grants were accepted from lowship in chemical engineering.
General Motors Corporation total- International Business Machines
ling $22,500 for partial payment Corporation has given a total of
on GM's= college scholarships, for $47,750 for a graduate fellowship
a doctoral fellowship in auto- and a grant for one semester's
motive engineering and for a doc- study by an IBM employee.
toral fellowship in nuclear en- Lincoln National Life Insurance
gineering.Ip Company has given about $4,400
From the estate of Mabel Har- for five A. J. McAndless scholar-
per, of New York City, the Re- ships.
rr--+ tl)) AAAfns.Whitney Foundation
Auditions for the men's glee
club will be held Tuesday at' 7:30
p.m. inRm. 3-R of the Union.:a;
Prof. Philip A. Duey, the glee
club director, said that the meet-
ing is open to any male student
at the University, withi no pre-
vious singing experience required.
lowship in pharmaceutical chem-
The Regents accepted $2,500r
from the Detroit News for theI
Detroit News Medical Aid Fund.
From Indiana University at i
Bloomington, acting for the Inter-
university Committee on Travel
Grants, the Regents accepted
$2,500 for the expenses of a Soviet
student studying at the Univer-t
sity during the current year. t
Boeing Company has given
$2,100 for a scholarship, andr
Schering Corporation has given"
$2,000 for the Circulation Research
From the Richard L. Perry
Memorial the Regents accepted
$2,000 for four scholarships in
From the estate of James A. J.
Hall of Detroit, the Regents ac-
cepted $2,000 to establish the John
S. Russel Fund "the income from
said amount to be used to loan
to needy medical students."
Johnson Service Company has
given $2,000 for four engineering
From Texaco, Inc., the Regents
accepted $1,600 for a scholarship
Final payment of the amount
due from the estate of Louise F.
Murrill of South Norwalk, Conn,
has been received and added to the
Dr. Paul I. Murrill Memorial
W. E. Zimmie has given $1,500
for the W. E. Zimmie Scholarship
in naval architecture and marine
Additional research funds for
Dr. Charles G. Guild of the medi-
cal school in the amount of $1,500
have been received from E. R.
Squibb & Sons.
The Regents also accepted
$1,400 from the estate of Alice A.
Stoddard of Monroe for the Alice
A. Stoddard Scholarship.
A scholarship grant of $18,000
from Mrs. Rollin M: Gerstacker
of Midland is reported to initiate
on campus the Gerstacker Plan
for Financial Aid to Worthy Stu-
The University's pro rata share
of Detroit Edison Company stock
and cash have been received and
used to establish "The (Anne R.)
Vernou Fund" as provided in her
The will of Walter E. Kentz,
'11A&D, of Detroit provides a
$10,000 bequest to the University,
to be used to create a memorial
to his wife known as the "Vic-
toria J. Lentz Scholarship Fund."
The will of Marion Lehr Simp-
son, '24, of St. Joseph County
donates any valuable antiques or"
works of art to the Unviersity.
Nov. 11 HILLELZAPOPPIN
If interested in working on a
committee call 3-4129 or
The will also provides specific
bequests totalling $20,000 to be
used in dental research, to estab-
lish a scholarship fund for law
students to be known as the
Marion Lehr Simpson Scholar-
ship Fund, and to be used toward
the construction of a women's
The will of Harvey L. Clarke of
Lincoln County, Nebraska, con-
tains a contingent bequest of
$25,000 to the governing board of
the University to establish the
Harvey L. Clarke and Beverly W.
Clarke Scholarship Fund..
come to Hillel Sun.. Oct. 8, at 1:00
gents accepted almost $22,000 ror
the Lathrop Colgate Harper En-
dowment fund, income from which
is to be used by the William L.
Clements Library to purchase old
Rockefeller Foundation has
made two grants totalling $19,500
for the Memorial-Phoenix Project
and as a grant to show' apprecia-
tion to the University for instruc-
tion given to Rochefeller Founda-
An anonymous donor has given
$17,500 for the Center for Re-
search on Conflict Resolution.
The Regents accepted $19,750
from the Department of Health,
Education and Welfare for a ma-
ternal and child health training
Three donors have given a total
of .$14,500 for a fund to pay oper-
ating costs of a University radio
station in Western Michigan. The
donors, all from Grand Rapids,
are Frederick G. Vogt, Knape and
Vogt Manufacturing Company, and
D. D. Hunting.
Asphalt Institute, University of
Maryland at College Park, has
made a grant of $12,500 as the
first payment on a grant of $30,-
000 in support of the International
Conference on Structural Design
of Asphalt Pavements to be held
here next summer.
From Miles Laboratories the Re-
gents accepted $12,000 as a fellow-
ship fund for basic research in
pharmacology and , therapeutic
A total of over $10,000 was ac-
cepted from the Mott Foundation
for a dentistry fellowship and a
Avalon Foundation has given
$10,000 for a medical scholarship.
'From Michigan Gas Association
the Regents accepted $8,500 for
W. K. Kellogg Foundation has
given $8,000 as the final payment
on a five-year commitment for
the purpose of training teachers
North Central Association of
Colleges and Secondary Schools
has made a grant of $780b in sup-
port of a study on- liberal arts
education by Prof. Allan O. Pfnis-
ter of the education school.
Mr. and Mrs. Rollin E. Drake
of Ann Arbor have given about
$7,000 for the Drake Loan Fund.
There were two grants totalling
$6,700 from the General Electric
Foundation, for a fellowship in
metallurgy and a fellowship in
An anonymous donor has given
From Helen Whitney Founda-
tion the Regents accepted $4,250
for a fellowship for Dr. Sudhamoy
Glish of the medical school in the
Rachham Arthritis Research Unit.
McGregor Fund has given
$4,200 for use by the Challenge
organization, which seeks to stim-
ulate awareness in national and
international issues through lec-
tures by well known public figures.
From Americn Chemical So-
ciety the Regents accepted $4,000,
for a fellowship in chemical en-
Linde Company Division of Un-
ion Carbide Corporation has given
$3,550 for a fellowship in elec-
Cities Service Research and
Development Company, Inc. has
given $3,500 to establish a fellow-
ship in chemical engineering.
The United States Forest Ser-
vice has made a grant of $3,500
for the Forest Service Cooperative
The Regents accepted $3,370
for the Memorial-Phoenix Project
from Corning Glass Works Foun-
Sun Oil Company has given
$3,300 to renew fellowship for
graduate study.in chemistry.
Borg-Warner Foundation has
made a grant of $3,000 to the
chemical and metallurgical en-
Continental Oil Company has
given'$3,000 for a fellowship in
Schering Corporation has con-
tributed $3,000 to the medical
school's Circulation Research
From the women's division of
the Greater Detroit chapter of the
Michigan Association for Emo-
tionally Disturbed Children, the
Regents accepted $3,000 to estab-
lish the MAEDC Placement Fund.
A postdoctoral fellowship in
pharmacy will be established with
$2,500 received as the first quar-
terly payment on a grant of $10,-
000 from American Cyanamid
Sunnyslope Foundation has
given $3,000 for a scholarship in
Additional funds-for a research
project on the icheumonidae fly
have been received from Dow
Chemical Company. The amount
is almost $2,900.
A fellowship in automotive en-
gineering can be established with
$2,780 received from Gulf Re-
search and Development Company.
Sterling-Winthrop Research In-
stitute has given $2,700 for a fel-
University Reformed Church
SUNDAY AT SIX
"Campus Gods on Trial"
Dr. Harold Englund, speaker
7:00 Snack Supper
7:30 Dr. Englund speaking
Services now being held in the YM-YWCA, E. William
and Fifth Ave. (Four blocks from campus)
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