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legents Accept Estate, Grants
(Continued from Page 1)
the Squibb Organ Transplanta- of the Law School was accepted
egents at their regular meet- tion Fund under the direction of by the Regents from the Rocke-
n Dec. 15. Prof.,Charles G. Ghild, chairman feller Foundation.
uded in the total was $208,- of the surgery department in the Jow Lowe Corporation of New
presenting additions during medical school. York, has given $1,000 for the
st six months to 45 funds The Regents accepted $1,500 Charles R. Rein Fellowship in Der-
y established. The largest from the American Cancer So- matology.
in this sum was $162,000 ciety, Clinton County Unit, for From the Foundry Educational
to the Alumni Fund from cancer research. Foundation of Cleveland, the Re-
, 1961 through Oct. 31, 1961 Support for the University Hos- gents accepted $1,000 for four
ringing the cumulative total pital school program will 'be pro- scholarships, two of $300 each and
s to the Alumni Fund to $2 vided through $1,500 given by the two at $400 each.
Forney W. Clement Memorial Through the Development Coun-
Final Payments Foundation of Ferndale. The cil, Consumers Power Company of
Regents accepted a total of foundation is suported by the Jackson has given $1,000 for the
00- from Carnegie Corpora- Kiwanis Clubs of Michigan. fund to purchase a computer for
of New York, representing Harvey Grant the industrial engineering depart-
payments on two grants. One Payment in full of $1,500 for a ment.
of $85,000 Is for the support grant to Prof. William B. Harvey Local Grant
e Center for the Study of Richard C. Schneider of Ann
r Education and the other, Arbor has given $1,000 for the
iting to $41,500, is for the Edgar A. Kahn Neurosurgery Re-
pment of an undergraduate search Fund.
course and related training 1 The Regents accepted $1,000
esearch. - from Merck & Co., Inc. of West
m Frederick G. Vogt, Sr. of Point, Pa.toestablisha fund to
Rapids, the Regents ac- !JVcover traveling expenses and hon-
$27,900 for the Western orarium for Dr. D. A. Williams of
igan Radio Broadcasting Cardiff, Wales., who will visit the
as well as 90 shares of allergy unit of the Medical School.
& Vogt Manufacturing >K From the estate of William D.
my shares for the Univer- McKenzie of Fort Lauderdale, the
roadcasting Service. Regents accepted $1,000 for the
Ford Foundation has given 4 Alumni Fund.
0 for the program on the Duke Laboratories, Inc., of Nor-
ation of mathematics to walk, Conn. have given $1,000 for
ss administration which is scientific and/or clinical research
given by the. business ad- in dermatology under the direc-
ration school in the sum- f.tion of Dr. Arthur C. Curtis of the
1962. ,Medical School.
Kellogg Gifu s Residents of Helen Newberry
Regents accepted $18,800 House are contributing $1,000 to
the W. K. Kellogg Founds- the Student Gifts to Residence
F Battle Creek, representing FREDERICK C. MATTHAEI Halls fund for use in recreation
cond payment on a four- I . . gives farm room improvements.

"STREET CAR" SATELLITE-This is an artist's conception of NASA's Eccentric Orbiting Geo-
physical Observatory that is scheduled to be launched next year. Among its 20 instruments is one
planned and developed by University researchers to measure the radiospectra of solar flares. The
instrument is described as "something like an overgrown carpenter's rule which will extend out
20 feet from one of the solar cell paddles of the satellite."
"U' Pflans Test of Satellite Apparatus'
make the first measurements in process used in present atomic re-
The "Street Car," a satellite space of radio spectra of bursts actors.
carrying 20 experimental instru- from the sun, will be aboard the Prof. Haddock said that the in-
,ments and scheduled to be launch- first of a series of satellites in strument will also pick up signals
ed in 1963, will, have among its connection with the National from the planet Jupiter. "Intense
apparatus an experiment plan- Aeronautics and Space Adminis- storms rage on the surface of the
ned and developed by researchers tration's Orbiting Geophysical planet from time to time. We don't
of the University astronomy and Observatory series (OGO). know what causes them, but our
electrical engineering depart- Prof. Fred T. Haddock, director experiment might reveal some-
ments. of the University Radio Astrono- thing."
The experiment, designed tom cvn hx +tht A t -. +1-, TTni-

New Appointments, Absences Approved

ment. Prof. Gage plans to study
production management methods
in Japan.
Prof. Whitmore Gray of the
law school has been assigned to
off-campus duty during the spring
semester of 1962 to permit him to
study and do research in Europe.
A leave of absence has been
granted to visiting lecturer in ar-
chitecture, Janez Hacin, from Jan.
3 to Feb. 10, 1962 to allow him to
return to Geneva, Switzerland and
attend to personal matters.
Prof. E. Lowell Kelly, chairman
of the psychology department, has
been granted a leave of absence
without pay for the period for
Dec. 9, 1961 to Dec. 9, 1962.
Kelly in Corps
Prof. Kelly will serve as chief
of the Division of Selection of the
Peace Corps volunteers and will be
responsible for carrying out and
developing policies concerning the
selection of Peace Corps volunteers
for service overseas.
A leave without pay has been,
awarded to Daniel Lirones, of the
Audio-Visual Education Center, for
the period of Feb. 12 to June 12,
1962 so that he may study for a
preliminary examination for his
doctorate in education.
Prof. James C. T. Mao of the
business administration school has
been granted a sabbatical leave for
the fall semester of the 1962463
academic year in order to study
the application of econometric
techniques to problems of business
A sabbatical leave has been
granted to Prof. Allen L. Mayerson
of the business administration
school for the 1962-63 academic
Arms Meeting
Petitioning Set
Petitioning opens today for
University delegates to the First
Intercollegiate Conference on Dis-
armament and Arms Control to
take place Feb. 16 through 18 at
Swarthmore College, Swarthmore,
Student Government Council's
Committee on Student Concerns
will interview petitioners for two
delegate posts, one student repre-
senting a campus peace group or
current affairs group, and one
representing the Council. The
conference, planned for an edu-
cational focus, will include speak-
ers and seminars on cold war,
disarmament possibilities
Petitioners can pick up mater-
ials in the Student Government
Council offices, Student Activities

year. He plans to do research in
the field of fire and casualty in-
Three professors of the educa-
tion school have been assigned to
a research project on "Socio-cul-
tural Change in an Undeveloped
Society, Soviet Uzbekistan," which
is supported by the Cooperative
Research Program of the United
States Office. of Education. The
three who will do field work in
Uzbekistan for a period of about
six weeks in April and May are
Profs. William K. Medlin, William
M. Cave (also of the Extension
Service), and Finley Carpenter.
A leave for the period from Jan.
24 to Feb. 18, 1962 has been
granted to Prof. L. Park of the
political science department. He
has been asked to confer with the
prime minister and other ministers
of the government of India, the
United States ambassador and
leaders of the Indian academic
and cultural community concern-
ing the recently approved opening
of an office of the Asia Foundation
in India.
To Write Texts
Prof. Joseph N. Payne of the
education school has been granted
a leave without pay for the second
semester of the 1962-63 year in
order to serve as author of a series
of mathematics textbooks.
A sick leave has been permitted
for Prof. Allan Seager of the Eng-
lish department for Oct. 28 to Dec.
1, 1961.
Prof. Almando A. Vezzani of the
education school and Extension
Service has been granted a sab-
batical leave for the first semester
of the 1962-63 year. He plans to
develop a college text on teaching
methods for use in teacher pre-
paration courses.
A leave without salary has been
granted to Prof. Charles L. Votaw
of the medical school. Prof. Votaw
has been awarded a special re-
search fellowship from the Na-
tional Institutes of Health which
will allow him to undertake a
year's study at the Brain Research
Institute of California in Los An-
Reappoint Three
Reappointed to the Executive
Committee of the University Ex-
tension Service are Prof. Howard
Y. McClusky and Prof. Leo A.
Schmidt, both for three - year
terms, Jan. 1, 1962 to Dec. 31, 1964.
Prof. John G. Young has been
appointed to the Committee on
University Scholarships for a
three'-year term, July 1, 1961 to
June 30, 1964.
The terms of the School of
Music Executive Committee which
were to terminate on {June 30
have been extended to December
31, 1962.




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