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February 10, 1961 - Image 17

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Regents Make Appointments, 'U' To
Name Roeber to Committee N


vid M. Dennison, chairman, is on
sabbatical leave.
The Regents also announced the
appointment of Prof. Francisco
Lopez Estrada, dean of the philoso-
phy and letters faculty at the
University of Seville, as visiting
professor of Spanish for the com-
ing semester.
Prof. Susumu Kobe, chairman of
the economics department at Wa-
seda University in Japan, was
Cohen, Others
Granted Leave
For Semester

given the honorary title of facul-
ty associate of the Center for
Japanese Studies. Prof. Kobe
graduated from the University in
Martin Sichel, who has been
doing graduate work at Princeton
University since '1956 in aero-
nautical engineering at the Uni-
versity for three years, beginning
1961-2. j
Brinton E. Freeman has been
appointed assistant professor of
industrial engineering from Feb. 1
to Sept. 1, 1961. Freeman, a grad-
uate of the University, will re-
place Prof. R. W. Berkeley who
has been assigned to the Dear-
born Center for the coming se-
mester; This summer, Prof. Free-
man will teach at the Dearborn
. The Regents also changed the
title of Prof. Oliver, Edel of the
music school from professor of
violincello and chamber music
.4nd cellist of the Stanley Quartet
to professor of violincello and
chamber music.

ate Dean-Emeritus Walter J. Prof. Wilbur J. Cohen, profes-
mmons of the engineering col- sor of public welfare administra-
ge. Prof. Allen Menlo of the tion in the School of Social Work,
lucation school was appointed has been granted leave without
r a three-year term to succeed salary for the coming semester by
rof. Charles Lehman, also of the the Board of Regents.
lucation school. He has been nominated to the
Recommended for 'three-year position of assistant secretary for
rms, ending Dec. 31, 1963, to the legislation of the United States
evelopment Council's Board of Department of Health, Education
irectors were: H. Glenn Bixby of and Welfare.
etroit; Robert Roberts, Sr., of The Regents also announced an
oledo; Thomas V. Koykka of off-campus assignment for the
leveland; Russell B. Stearns of coming semester for Prof. Donald
edham, Mass. I. Meyer of the physics depart-
Mrs. Lou R. Crandall of Scars- ment. He will be at the Brook-
>rough, N.Y., Vice-President and haven National Laboratory and
ead, of Dearborn Center, Wil- will do research for the Atomic
am E. Stirton, vice-president of Energy Commission.
ne University and Mrs. Russell Prof. Leland Stowe of the Jour-
. Strickland of Country Club nalism department was granted
rive of Birmingham were rec- leave, without salary, for the sec-
nmended for reappointment for ond semester of 1960-61. He will
three-year term. be a roving editor in Europe for
Richard C. Gerstenberg of De- the Reader's Digest.
oit was recommended for a one- Raya Stern, research assistant
ear term, ending Dec. 31, 1961, to in the Institute of Science and
eplace Charles A. Chayne who re- Technology, has requested leave,
gned from the Board. without salary, for the period from
Prof. Walter A. Reichart of the Jan. 11 through April 30, 1961.
-erman department was named to Prof. James C. Pilcher of the
eplace Prof. Gilbert Ross of the finance department, School of
iusic school on the executive Business Administration, has re-
gard of the Rackham graduate quested sabbatical leave to do re-
ehool. search for the fall semester of
Dean Philip N. Youtz of the ar- 1961-2.
aitecture and design college was Prof. Waldo E. Sweet of the
amed to succeed himself on the Latin department has requested
xecutive 'committee of the Uni- leave, without salary, for second
ersity Extension Service. His new semester of 1960-1 and the first
6ree-year term will expire on semester of 1961-2 to do work for
ec. 31, 1963. the Encyclopedia of Britannica
Prof. H. R. Crane of the physics Films Corporation.
epartment has been appointed by S. Katherine Hill, instructor in
he Regents to be acting chair- the education school, has been
an of the department from Feb. granted retirement at the end of
to Sept. 1, 1961, while Prof. Da- the coming semester.

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