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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

AVEDNESDAY, "

THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY,

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Faculty Members' Promotions

Kelly Specifies Correlatives

Notice to Catholic Students

LITERARY COLLEGE ler, William M. Brown, Harm Bun-
To full professor: Milton Tamres and ing, Joseph Datsko, Albert N. Dingle,
Robert C. Taylor of the chemistry de- Harvey L. Garner, Elmer G. Gilbert,
partment; Arthur M. Eastman and Donald T. Greenwood, Charles W. Mc-
William R. Steinhoff, English; Douglas Mullen, Thomas M. Sawyer, Robert P.
B. Crary, geography; Albert Feuerwerk- Weeks and George L. West, Jr.
er and Gerhard Weinberg, history; To associate professor: Richard E.
Oleg Grabar, Near Eastern studies; Balzhiser, Howard Diamond, Edward
Donald G. Higman, Donald J. Lewis, S. Epstein, Clinton L. Heimbach, Warne
Allen L. Mayerson, Jack E. McLaughlin C. Holcombe, Edward R. Lady, E. Law-
and Helmut H. Schaefer, mathematics; rence McMahon. Murray H. Miller, Arch
Lawrence William Jones, Samuel Krimm W. Naylor, Robert D. Pehlke, Pauline
and Martin Lewis Perl, physics; M. Sherman. Richard E. Sonntag,
Henry L. Bretton and Warren E. Franklin H. Westervelt and Richard C.
Miller, political science; Joseph B. Wilson.
Adelson, J. David Birch, Ward D. Ed- To assistant professor: Robert M. Cad-
wards, James V. McConnell, Jr., Elton dell, Arthur W. Forbes, George I. Had-
B. McNeil, Stanley Seashore, Edwin J. dad, John R. Hall, Jr., Robert O. Harger,
Thomas, psychology; Gerhard E. Lenski, Anthony J. Pennington and James O.
sociology; and Robert W. Storer, zool- Wilkes.
ogy. MEDICAL SCHOOL
To associate professor: Arthur J. To full professor: Mathew Alpern,
Jelinek and Frank B. Livingstone, an- Theodore M. Brody, David G. Dickinson,
thropology; Rowland H. Davis, Robert George H. Lowrey, John M. Weller and
L. Shaffer and Edward G. Voss, bot- Walter M. Whitehouse.
any; W. H. Locke Anderson and Robert
M. Stern, economics; Hubert M. Eng- To associate professor: Robert H.
rish, Jr., James J. Gindin, Lyall H. Abeles, Lloyd Beck, Edward J. Cafruny,
Powers, James L. Rosier, Mark Spilka George R. DeMuth, Reinhard L. Friede,.
and David H. Stewart, English; Robert A. Green, Edward C. Heath,
Li Chi, Chinese; Adelaide A. Adams Donald F. Huelke, William E. M. Lands,
hisy of Aat; William Martel, Robert Rapp, George
anfred James . KiiSnerhistKennethar A. Richardson, Edwin M. Smith, James
Leisenring, mathematics; Robert S. A. Toren, William B. Taylor, A. Burgess
Friedman,"William R. Gable and Donald Vial, Earl F. Wolfman, Jr., and George
E. Stokes, political science; L. Richard D. Zuidema.
Hoffman, Robert L. Isaacson, Harlan L. To assistant professor: David G. An-
Lane, Melvin Manis, Warren T. Nor- derson, Kelly M. Berkley, Joseph J.
man, Klaus F. Riegel, and Arnold S. Bookstein, James T. Cassidy, Bruce E.
Tannenbaum, psychology; Cohan, James L. Conklin, Juan V.
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To associate professor: Fred C. Mun-
son.
DEARBORN CAMPUS
To full professor: Paul D. Carter
(education), David D. Burks (history)
and John T. Dempsey (political science),
To associate professor: Cedric V.
Fricke (business administration), Keki
B. Irani (engineering) and Sidney War-
schausky (English).
To assistant professor: James R. Buck
and Harold Burr (engineering) and
Hadley P. Schaefer (accounting).
DENTAL SCHOOL
To full professor: James Knuckey
Avery and Harold Wilfred Held.
To associate professor: William C.
Godwin, John F. Mortell and Harvey
W. Schield, Jr.
To assistant professor: Robert E.
Lorey.
EDUCATION SCHOOL
To full professor: Raymond J. Young.
To associate professor: William C.
Cave, George W. Greey, Frank W. Lan-
ham, Esther E. Pease and Geraldine T.
Scholl.
To assistant professor: Irene K. Hel-
ler, Andrew J. Kozar and Lioniel G.
Metivier.
FLINT COLLEGE
To full professor: Robert H. Plummer
(education).
To associate professor: William V.
Caldwell (mathematics) and John F.
Check (education).
MUSIC SCHOOL
To full professor: Elizabeth Green.
To associate professor: Wallace Berry,
Millard Cates, Lewis H. Cooper, Ken-
neth P. Cooper, Roger Jacobi, William
Malm, Glenn Smith, Laurence Teal and
William Weichlein.
PUBLIC HEALTH SCHOOL
To full professor: Frederick H. Ep-
stein.
To associate professor: Paul M. G0ev-
er.
To assistant professor: Anthony M.
Lenzer and Michael A. Schork.
LAW SCHOOL
To associate professor: Whitmore
Gray and Robert L. Knauss.
NURSING SCHOOL
To associate professor: Muriel L. Arch-
ambault, A. Josephine Brown and Alice
Marsden.
SOCIAL WORK SCHOOL
To full professor: Edwin J. Thomas.
To assistant professor: George H.
Brown and Jane E. Constabile.

May 23 is

ASCENSION THURSDAY

a HOLYDAY

of OBLIGATION

Masses at St. Mary's Chapel are at
6:30, 7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 12:00 and 5p.m.

PROF. LOWELL KELLY
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ECONOMIC CHANGE:

Martin Notes
Obsolescent
Theorization
By RAYMOND HOLTON
Man will halvet to revise some of
his basic economic theories due
to the increasing role of research
in his present economy, Prof. Lee
Martin, associate director of a
study on agricultural education in
New England, said yesterday.
Speaking on "The Contribution
of Human Capital to Economic
Growth," Prof. Martin noted that
returns definitely do not dimin-
ish from the capital input for
basic research.
"Advances in knowledge and ed-
ucation, as opposed to advancing
capital investment and work
hours, will be the major contribu-
tors to the gross national product
in the next 20 years," Prof. Mar-
tin explained.
Low Income
He also noted that in a 1952-54
poll, Colombia, Grazil and Mexi-
co, with abundant natural re-
sources and low educational de-
velopment, showed only an aver-
age per capita income of $273.
However, in a country such as
Switzerland which has low natur-
al resources but high educational
development, the per capita in-
come was over $1000.
Although the United States has
a high per capita income level,
there are large areas of neglected
capital which will be vital in the
nation's future economy, Prof.
Martin warned.
Potential Development
He listed human capital, social
capital and community capital as
those areas which could be de-
veloped to a higher degree.
"Out of these groups, I would list
human capital as the most impor-
tant. Under this area we must in-

Monroe Z. Hafter, Spanish; David
Goldberg, sociology; Henry R. Austin,
speech; Richard D. Alexander, Thomas
E. Moore, Charles F. Powers and David
G. Shappirio, zoology.
To assistant professor: Dean William
Cooke, chemistry; W. Robert Connor,
Greek and Latin; Daniel N. Fader, Eng-
lish; Richard A. Solaway, history; Ilene
Haering Forsyth, history of art; Allan
R. Keller, linguistics and Latin; Jack
L. Goldberg, mathematics; Charles A.
Bruns and James Morrison Lambert,
physics; Eugene N. Feingold and Mar-
tin C. Needier, political science;
David M. Galinsky, Howard M. Wolo-
witz and David Wolsk, psychology; Ir-
win R. Titunik, Slavic languages and
literature; Robert L. Carroll and Paul
E. Mott, sociology; Kenneth E. Ander-
sen and T. David Prins, speech.
ENGINEERING COLLEGE
To full professor: Frederick J. Beut-

Fayo, Rap M. Gibson, PaulW. Gikas,
Armin E. Good, William A. Gracie, Eliz-
abeth Jones;
George W. Jourdian, Ralph F. Knopf,
Steve T. Koeff, Dale L. Oxender, John
A. Penner, David R. Rovner, David E.
Schteingart, Joan M. Sigmann, James
C. Sisson, Bruce H. Stewart, Donita B.
Sullivan and Andrew J. Zweifler.
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN COLLEGE
To full professor: William J. John-
son, Thomas J. Larkin, Willard A.
Oberdick, Edward V. Olencki, Guy Pa-
lazzola and Frede Vidar.
To associate professor: Robert C. Met-
calf and Albert J. Weber.
To assistant professor: Margarete
Baum, Martin D. Gehner and Richard
R. Wilkinson.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SCHOOL
To full professor: Dallas L. Jones and
Allen L. Mayerson.

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'Fvents

j] / Seminar in Mathematics Statistics:
Da y'C lndar D. S. Tracy will speak on "Products
of Generalized K-Stastistics Using a
8:30 a.m. to '5:00 p.m.-Bureau of In- Generalization of Fisher's Combina-
dustrial Relations Seminar No. 89-Dr. torial Technique," Thurs., May 23 at
Lee E. Danielson, Associate Prof. of 4:00 p.m. in 3201 A.H.
Industrial Relations, Grad. School of
Bus. Admin., "Manpower Aspects of Univ. Lecture: May 23, 8:00 p.m., Rm.
Research and Engineering Manage- 1300 Chem. Bldg. Dr. Dieter M. Gruen
ment": Third Floor Conference Room, (Argonne National Lab.) will speak on
Mich. Union. "Ligand Field Spectra and the Problem
8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.-Michigan Week of the Structure of Molten Salts."
Conference on the Ways and Means of
Financing Business Expansion and Di- Doctoral Examination for Orson
versification-Horace H. Rackham Bldg. Knapp Miller. Jr., Botany; thesis: "The
Gomphidiaceae, a Monograph of the
4:00 p.m.-Medical School Seminar on Genera and Species and Their World
the Mechanisms of Learning-Robert M. Distribution," Thurs., May 23, 1139 Nat-
Gagne, "Thinking and Problem Solv- ural Science Bldg., at 2:00 p.m. Chair-
ing": Room 7330, Medical Science Bldg. man, A. H. Smith.
4:15 p.m.-Dept. of Botany Semi-
nar-Mr. David B. Baker, Department of Doctoral Examination for Maithili
Botany, "The Relation Between Cell Raghavan, Philosophy; thesis: "Are
Wall Synthesis and Cell Elongation in Meta-Ethical Theories Normatively Neu-
Oat Coleoptiles": Room 1139, Natural tral?", Thurs., May 23, 2214 Angell
Science Bldg. Hall, at 3:30 p.m. Chairman, C. L.
4:15 p.m.-School of Music Doctoral Stevenson.
Recital-Bernard Linden, viola: Aud. A,
Angell Hall. Placement
7:00 & 9:00 p.m.-Dramatic Arts Cen-
ter and Cinema Guild First Ann Arbor POSITION OPENINGS:
Film Festival-Architecture Aud. Blaw-Knox, Pittsburgh, Pa.-1) An-
7:15 or 8:00 p.m. School of Music Con- tenna Sales Engineer-to sell parabolic
cert-Univ. of Mich. Symphony Band, antennas, BS Structural, prefer exp. 2)
William D. Revelli, conductor, and ME grad, 3 yrs. design of mech. equip-
Univ. of Mich. Varsity Band, George ment exp. for product design. Other
Cavender, conductor. Outdoors on the opportunities for Structural, ME and
Diag, 7:15 p.m., (or; in case of rain, EE. Also desire Detail Draftsman with
Indoors, Hill Aud., 8:00 p.m.) 5 yrs. in rolling mill field.
8:30 p.m.-Ann Arbor Drama Season- Central Grocery Co., Flint, Mich.-
Julie Wilson in "Pal Joey": Lydia Men- Men to learn wholesale grocery busi-
delssohn Theatre. ness .Training in: Store suprv., ofc.

Management Consultant in East --
Fruit and Produce Merchandiser. Grad
with exp. in fresh fruit and produce
bus. To direct operation of the fruit
and produce section.
Management Consultants in Calif.-
Seeking Civil and Mech. Engineers for
project mgmt. training. Various loca-
tions throughout the U.S. Age 23-32,
exp. desirable, but not mandatory.
. * * *
For further information, please call
General Div., Bureau of Appts., 3200
SAB, Ext. 3544.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
212 SAB-
Roy C. Ingersoll Research Center,
Borg-Warner Corp., Des Plaines, Ill.-
Position for grad students in ME with
automotive background.
Gay Log,+ St. Ignace, Mich.-I male
and 1 male or female. To assist in
operating a teenage dance hail.
Vogt Manufacturing Co., Rochester,
N.Y.-Wants three men to sell seat belts
in Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana. Come
to Summer Placement for particulars.
Edgewater Beach Hotel, Port Austin,
Mich.-Will interview at Summer Place-
ment for waiters and waitresses, bar-
tenders, kitchen help, etc. Thurs., May
23 from 11:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. at
212 SAB.
Electrolux Corp., Dearborn, Mich.-Is
looking for college students to fill
summer sales positions. Come to Sum-
mer Placement for details.
If interested, please come to the Sum-
mer Placement Service this week.
Part-Time
Employment
The following part-time jobs are
available. Applications for these jobs
can be made in the Part-time Placement
Office, 220 Student Activities Bldg.,
during the following hours: Mon. thru
Fri. 8 a.m. til 12 noon and 1:30 til 5 p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring stu-
dents for part-time or full-time tem-
porary work, should contact Bob Cope,
Part-time Interviewer at NO 3-1511, Ext.
3553.
Students desiring miscellaneous odd
jobs should consult the bulletin board
in Room 2200, daily.
MALE
--Several miscellaneous jobs available.
5-Life guards with their Senior Life
Saving Certificate. 15 or more hours
per week. Transportation is needed.
FEMALE
1-Technical-typist who has had ex-
perience on a typewriter with an
interchangeable keyboard. 20 to 30
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Automobile Regulations: The Univ.
student automobile regulations will be
lifted with the completion of classes
on Fri., May 24. W. J. Perigo, Office of
Student Affairs.
Regents' Meeting: Fri., June 21. Com-
munications for consideration at this
meeting must be in the President's
hands not later than June 7.
Hopwood Lecture: Arthur Miller, play-
wright and novelist, will lecture at 4:15
p.m. Thurs., May 23, in the Rackham
Lecture Hall. His title is "On Recog-
nition."
Presentation of the Hopwood Awards
for 1963 will follow the lecture.
Peace Corps Aptitude Tests, leading
to 4,000 job opportunities in 44 coun-
tries, are being given this week in Rm.
3C of The Michigan Union. The sched-
ule of the one-hour test: Tues. and
Thurs., 9:15 a.m., 11:15 a.m., 1:15 p.m.,
4:15 p.m., and 7:15 p.m. Wed. and Fri.:
10:15 a.m., 1:15 p.m., 4:15 p.m., and
7:15 p.m. Sat.: 10:15 a.m. Applicants
invited to begin training in June, July
and August will be notified within two
weeks. Liberal arts students, as well as
those with specialized skills and non-
students are much in demand. Those

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mgmt. '
Atlas Chem. Indus., Inc., Wilmington,
Del.-Opening for 2 Development Chem-
ists in Pharm. Development Lab. Pharm.1
degree. 1 man with 2-4 yrs. exp. 1 man
with 3-6 yrs. exp.
Amer. Soc. of Mech. Engineers, New
York-Assistant Editor for Mech. Engi-
neering. General editing, writing and
editorial assistance. Under 30, BS ME
or other Engrg. degree. Exp. in publica-
tions, research, development, design or
production.
The Trane Co., La Crosse, Wis.-1)
Student Sales Engr., 1 yr. training per-
lod, contact architects, etc. for sales of
air conditioning, heating and ventilat-
ing equipment. 2) Development Engi-
neer, Products Engr. BSME. Responsi-
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range of heat transfer products. 3)
Lab. Development Engr. Work with
product design and development engi-
neers. BS or MS in ME or Chem. E.
Buchanan Federal Savings & Loan
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with Econ. to train in all phases of
savings and loan operations.
Roseburg Lumber Co., Roseburg, Ore.
-Seeking qualified grads for, future
positions in management in Admin.,
Production, Research, Quality Control,
Marketing, Sales, Utilization, Forest
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