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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, 12 JANUARY 1965

PAGE EIGHT TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, 12 JANUARY 1965

DECEMBER MEETING:

Regents A
Gifts and

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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The Regents of The University
of Michigan accepted $485,185.97
In gifts and grants at their month-
ly meeting Dec. 18.
The largest was $150,000 from
an anonymous donor for comple-
tion of eighth floor facilities of
the C. S. Mott Children's Hospi-
tal.
Another of $100,000 was made
by the Leo T. Norville Foundation
for the University's $55 million
fund. The gift is in the name of
Norville and his two daughters
in honor of his wife, Mrs. Marion
O'Boyle Norville. The daughters
are Mrs. James C. Stanley of
Drexel Hill, Pa., and Mrs. Jeff
Belfore.
The Carnegie Corporation gave
$75,000 for the Carnegie Center
for the Study of Higher Education.
A gift of $28,346.43 was given
as final payment of the bequest of
the will of Robert E. Motley for
the Robert E. Motley fund.
The W. K. Kellogg Foundation
gave $16,187 for the Kellogg
Foundation Research in Public
Health Practice fund.
From the estate of Lucy M. Ain-
ger came $15,000 to establish the
Frank B. and Lucy M. Ainger fund.
From the estate of Marie Daw-
son Myers came $11,329.50.
John D. Todd gave $10,000 to
establish the Oliver J. Todd Me-
morial fund in memory of his fa-
ther.
The General Motors Corp. gave
$6,970 for their College Scholar-
ship,
The Rockefeller Foundation gave
$6,900 to establish a fund for a
study of voting behavior in Kera-
la, India.
The Forney W. Clement Foun-
dation contributed $6,250 for the
Forney W. Clement Memorial
fund.
The Xerox Fund gave $5,300 to
establish the Xerox Corporation
Graduate Fellowship in library
science.
From Earl D. Babst came $5,000
for the Edwina Uhl Babst Memo-
rial Scholarship.
The American Cancer Society,
Inc. gave $4,368 for their fund un-
der the direction of Dr. G. Barry
Pierce, Jr., M.D.
The Abbott Laboratories gave
$3,500' for their Research-Anes-
thesiology fund.
The Ellis L. Phillips Foundation
gave $3,018.75 for the foundation's
internship.
From the estate of Emma Louise
Knott came $5,000 in memory of
her brother, Albert Jacobson.
The Mary Baird Cunningham
fund was established with a $3,000
Chastain Notes
Bad Relations
A lack of understanding exists
between economists and engineers
according to Clark E. Chastain,
an economist at the University's
Dearborn Campus.
However, Chastain points out in
the January issue of "Impact of
science on Society," a quarterly
publication of UNESCO there is
now a greater need than ever for
better understanding between the
two.
A significant stage of the indus-
trial revolution is upon us, Chas-
tain notes. The use of atomic
power may rival the harnessing of
steam in effect, and the applica-
tion of military development to
industrial activity, "has already
bbosted technological ontribu-
tions to economic growth."
Therefore, an increased need is
indicated for economists to study
economic growth.
Three central relationships be-
tween engineering and economics
should be understood, Chastain
says.
-The infusion of technology in
products and processes at the firm
level;

-Firm capabilities in adapting
these processes on an industry
level, and
-How expanding technology
promotes nev industries and new
sectors in the economy.
"Once knowledge is available of
the aggregate impact of tech-
nology on the economy," he points
out, 'a useful basis would be pro-
vided for policy, particularly on
economic growth."
DANCE to
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Thurs., Jan. 14
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The Daily Official Bulletin is an "The Analysis and Synthesis of pointments for prospective teachers for male case worker for juvenile court,
official publication of The Univer- Speech." Prof. Ross Lee Finney will 1965 on the week of Jan. 18. State of Michigan - Clinical social
ra n ts sity of Michigan, for which The speak on "Analysis and the Creative MON., JAN. 18- work supervisor & director. MA in soc.
Michigan Daily assumes no editor- Process." The Council will meet at TorranceCalif.-Elea}. K-6; Gr. 7 & work plus 3-4 yrs, exper. Application
ial responsibility. Notices should be 7 p.m. in the East Council Room. 6-Sci., Math, Span., Engl.; Sec. - deadline Jan. 25. Located in lower
gift from Mrs. Ruth Baird Lara- sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to-GilPEMchgn
Room 3654 Administration Bldg. be- Applications for the Following Schol- Phys. Sci., Engl., Fr., Span., Girls FE, Michigan.
bee. The gift was made through fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding arships are available in office of Math; Special Education-M.R., Ed. Connecticut State-Case worker. De-
the Michigan Alumni Fund. publication, and by 2 p.m. Friday alumnae secretary, Alumni Memorial Hdcp., Vis., Hdcp. gree and 1 yr. exper, as case worker or
The Michigan Lions Eye Bank, for Saturday and Sunday. General Hall; they must be returned by Feb. 12, TUES., JAN. 19- 1 yr. grad study in soc. work, or com-
Notices may be published a maxi- 1965; recipients will be announced at Mansfield, Ohio-All Fields. bination of trng. and exper. Deadline
Ann Arbor, gave $2,200 for the mum of two times on request; Day League Recognition Night, March 1, WED., JAN. 20- Jan. 27.
Michigan Eye Collection Center. Calendar items appear once only. 1965. Lorain, Ohio-For Feb. 1-Elem. K-6, B. F. Goodrich Co., Akron, Ohio -
George N. Higgins gave $1,000 Student organization notices are not The Lucile B. Conger Scholarship is Art, Girls PE, Vocal, Spec. Ed. Slow; Various positions available including
for a student aid fund in his accepted for publication, offered to in-state, undergraduate wom- For Sept.-Elem. K-6, Art, Fr., Lib.; Sec. Field Auditors & Trainees, Sales Train-
en on the basis of academic perform- -Art, Comm., Engl./Soc. St., Engl./Fr., ees, Cost Accountant, Industrial Hy-
name lrTUESDAY, JANUARY 12 ance, contribution to University life Bus./Engl., Engl., Fr./ Engl., Fr., Span. gienist, Engrs., etc. 1. Chem, Engrs.,
Miscellaneous donors gave $2,- and financial need; the stipend is .Home Ec., I.A., Math, J.H. Vocal, Girls recent grads, degree in Chem. or Chem.
853 for the Robert G. Rodkey variable. PE, J.H. Gen, Sci., Biol., Spec. Ed.- Engrg., exper. not req. 2. Patent At-
Graduate Fellowships and Schol- Day C alendar The Margaret L. Waterman Scholar- Speech Deaf. torney (Chem.) BS in Chem. plus law
in Banking and Finance. ship is offered to undergraduate wom- THURS., JAN. 21- degree. 4 yrs. exper. in patent work.
arships a a i aeen on the basis of academic perform- East Lansing, Mich.-For Sept. Elem. 3. Architect, degree plus 3-5 yrs. exper.
The Wyeth Laboratories gave Office, University Management Seminar ance, contribution to University life, E & L.; J.H. Couns. (man), Math/ in bldg. dec. and construction.
$2,500 to establish the Wyeth Drug -Mary Bromage, assistant professor of and financial need; the stipend is var- Scd., Engl./Soc. St.; H.S. Span., Engl.
Studies fund. written communications, "Effective iable. Northbrook, Ill. (Glenbrook H.S.) -
Thes Men . i F t Communications in Supervisory Rela- The Luan Peckinpaug Scholarship is Bus. Ed., Engl., Fr., Span., Latin, Math, For further information please call
The Metal Office Furniture tionships": University Hospital, 8:15 offered to out-of-state undergraduate Biol./Earth Sci., Bops PE, Girls PE. 764-7460, General Div., Bureau of Ap-
Company Foundation gave $2,000 a.m. women who have successfully completed Birmingham, Mich.-Elem, - Art, pointments, 3200 SAB.
for the Institute for Social Re- their freshman year and have a dem- Lib., Vocal, Inst. or Strings, Fr., Read.,
search Building Construction fund. Bureau of Industrial Relations Per- onstrated financial need; the stipend V.T.-El. & Sec.; J.H.-Couns. (female),
sonnel Techniques Seminar-Yale J. is variable. Home E .; Sec.-Engl., Fr., Span., Bus SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
Two gifts of $1,000 were re- Laitin, president, Yale Laitin Associates, The Mary Louise Hinsdale Scholar- Ed., Diag., Art/Soc. St., Gen, Sci., Av., 212 SAB-
ceived; one from the American Inc., White Plains, N.Y., 'tThe Man- ship, amounting to approximately $180 Lib., Lnd. Arts. Math. Harris Trust and Savings Bank, Chi-
Cancer Society, Clinton County agement of Employe Morale": Michigan (interest on the endowment fund) is Crystal Falls, Mich. -Vocal Music K- cago-Men with a career interest in
Union, 8:30 a.m. available to undergraduate single wom 12 start Jan.; Vocal Music K-12 start banking for summer training program.
Unit, for the Clinton County Unit en who are wholly or partially self- Sept.; Elem. 1, 3. ' ail at 2 sAB.
Cancer Research fund; and the Center for Programmed Learning for supporting and who do not live in * * Detailsat212SAB.
other by Ward L. Quaal, to estab- Business Workshop-Geary A. Rummler, University residence halls or sorority Make Appointments Now.
director, "Use, Selection, Evaluation, houses. Girls with better than aver- For additional information and ap-
and Writing of Programmed Materials": age scholarship and need will ba pointments contact the Education Di-
through the Michigan Alumni Michigan Union, 8:30 a.m. considered. vision, Bureau of Appointments, 3200
Fundgh _The Laurel Harper Seeley Scholarship SAB, 764-7462.
From the Winthrop Labora- Lane Hall Lecture-William B. Ma- is open to both graduate and under-
tories came $1,500 for the analge- comber, Jr., AID Bureau for Near graduate women. The award is made ANNOUNCEMENTS:.I
East and South Asia, "Foreign Aid: on basis of scholarship, contribution -Announces Grad Program in Econoin-
sic research fund, and $1,125 to Progress, Problems, and Prospects": to University life and financial need, ics with research workshop that com-
establish the Winthrop Win re- Lane Hall Aud., 4:15 p.m. the stipend is variable. bines training and exper. Financial aid
search fund under the direction of The Lucy E.nElliott Fellowship is includes fellowships, research & in-
ShoofMscConcert-University, rf akLpdso h eia colo ui open to women graduates of any structor pstos pl o elw .~L
Prof. Jack Lapides of the Medical of Michigan Jazz Band: Rackham Lec- accredited college or university. It may ships before Feb. 15. AYr'- I L
School. ture Hall, 8:30 p.m. be used by a University of Michigan
The Western Electric Company graduate at any college or university, PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS: Bureau
Engineering Mechanics Seminar: H. P. but a graduate of any other univer- of Appointments-Seniors & grad stu-
gave $1,100 for the Western Elec- Greenspan, M.I.T., "General Theory of sity will be required to study on the dents, please call 764-7460 for appoint-
tric Company Scholarship in En- Rotating Fluid Motion," Tues., Jan. 12, Michigan campus. Academic achieve- ments with the following:
gineering. 4 p.m., 311 W. Engineering. ment, creativity and leadership will be THURS., JAN. 14-
considered in granting the award. The Univ. of Chicago, Grad School of Ed-
University Choir Arts Chorale: Open stipend is $1,100. ucation-Students interested in grad
rehearsals and auditions, Tues., Jan. The Alice Crocker Lloyd Fellowship is program leading to MA and teaching -
12, 4 p.m., 306 Burton Memorial Tower. open to women graduates of any ac- certificate. Programs available for ele-
For non-School of Music students only. crediter college or university. It may mentary and secondary educ.-MST &
be used by aUniversity of Michigan MAT. Catalogs available at the Bu-
graduate at any college or university reau. }
At p pointed Genera 1 Nofices but a graduate of any other school will Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy,
be required to study on the Michi- Tufts Univ., Medford, Mass.-Offers ad-
LaocoordisinTs: plc-, an campus. Academic achievement, vanced study in international law &
T D irec tioralanks fratheraw Schol A et
Law'I l relo ion blsansfrea School ailben12 Adhm personality and ledaership will be con- econ., trade, finance, diplomacy, etc.
sion Test are available in 122 Rackham sidered in granting the award. The Designed for State Dept. & Diplomatic You'll like t
Bldg. The next administration of the stipend is $1,100. Service careers.
Alxic olomas. internationally- test will will be on Sat., Feb. 13. While, neatly pres

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known Greek actor and director,
will be the first residentdartistic
director of the Ypsilanti Greek
Theatre, Mrs. Clara G. Owens,
president of YGT, announced re-
cently.
Solomos has served as artistic
director of the Greek National
Theatre in Athens for 14 years
and fovried his own company at
the Veakis Proscenium Theatre
in Athens last summer.
A native Athenian, he studied
at the Law University of Athens,
Yale University and the Modern
School of Social Research in the
United States.
Solomos has also been a pro-
fessor of drama at the Royal
Academy of Dramatic Art in Lon-
don and. at the Dramatic School
of the Greek National Theatre in
Athens. He has also served as
director of theatrical broadcasts
of the National Institute of
Broadcasting in Athens.
An expert on Greek drama, So-
lomos will come to Ypsilanti this
summer to oversee preparations
for construction of the $2 million
theatre. He will also make casting
and production arrangements for
the theatre's first summer drama
festival in 1966.

UGJU W.A. W111 - - -.l 4 U, .
Applications must be received in Prince-
ton, N.J., by Jan. 30, 1965.
Admission Test for Graduate Study
in Business: Application blanks for the
Admission Test for Graduate Study in
Business are now available in 122 Rack-
ham Bldg. The next administration of
the test will be on Sat., Feb. 6. Ap-
lications must be received in Prince-
ton, N.J., by Jan. 23, 1965.
Graduate Record Examination: Can-
didates taking the Graduate Record
Examination on Sat., Jan. 16, are re-
quested to report to 130 Business
Administration Bldg. at 8:30 a.m. Sat.
Applications for General Undergrad-
uate Scholarships will be available at
the Scholarship Office, 2011 SAB, be-i
ginning Mon., Jan. 11. Applications
must be completed by March 1. Un-
dergraduate students who have com-
pleted one or more full semesters with
an overall average of 3.0 or better
are eligible to compete. Financial aid
is a factor in making these awards.
Engineers: "Negotiations for Employ-
ment" will be discussed by Prof. John
G. Young, director, Engineering Place-
ment, Wed., Jan, 13, in Room 311 West
Engineering Bldg. at 4 p.m. All inter-
ested students are invited and engineers
who expect to graduate this year are
especially. urged to attend this meet-
ing.
Research Club: There will be a meet-
ing for members of the Research Club
of the University of Michigan Wed.,
Jan. 20, 8 p.m., Rackham Amphitheatre.
Prof. Gordon Peterson will speak on:

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tional Center who will be or campus O-IO
t;is week on the dates indicated. Pro-
gram arrangemnents are beine made be
Mrs. Clifford R. Miller, International
Center, 764-2148. NOTICES
Ivan Szelenyi (accompanied by Mrs.
Szelenyi), scientific researcher, Sociolgi-
cal Research Group, Hungarian Acade-
my of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary, Use of This Column for Announce-
Jan. 10-17.
Petronilo A. Buan, senior executive ments is available to officially recog-
assistant, UNESCO National Commis- nized and registered student organiza-
sion, Manila, Philippines, Jan. 16-19. tions only. Forms are available in Room
Katsuyoshi Uyama, budget branch, 1011 SAB.
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sion, Tokyo Metropolitan Welfare In- Le Cercle Francais, French film, "La
stitute, Japan, Jan. 17-21. Beaute du Diable," starring Gerary Phi-
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Instituto Profissional, Rio de Janeiro, Multipurpose room of UGLI, Wed., Jan.
Brazil, Jan. 17-22. J 13, at 8 p.m. Open to members and
Jagdish C. Agarwal, deputy director prospective members of "Le Cercle
(senior), National Academy of Admin- Francais."
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