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20. 1960



Sabbaticals, Leaves Granted by Regents

Thirty-nine sabbital leaves, nine
leaves of absence and extension of
two existing leaves were approved
by the Regents Friday.
Members of the literary college,
faculty on sabbatical for the full
University year 1960-61 are Prof.
Erich B. Steiner of the botany
department, Prof. Richard B.
Bernstein of the chemistry depart-
ment, Prof. James I. Crump of the
Far Eastern languages and litera-
ture department and Professors
James H. Zumberge and Louis I.
Briggs of the geology department.
Also included are Prof. Hans
Samelson of the mathematics de-
partment, Prof. William P. Alstron
of the philosophy department,
Prof. John W. Atkinson of the

psychology department, and Prof.
Alfred M. Elliott of the zoology
Fall Sabbaticals
Sabbaticals for the first semester
of 1960-61 were granted to Prof.
Ya6 Shen of the Far Eastern lan-
guages and literature department,
Prof. Erwin C. Stumm of the
geology department, Prof. Arthur
H. Copeland of the mathematics
department, and Prof. E. William
Heinrich of the mineralogy de-
Prof. Marcellus L. Wiedenbeck
of the physics department, Prof.
John W. Lederle of the political
.science department, Prof. Gerhard
E. Lenski of the, sociology depart-
ment, and Prof. Gordon E. Peter-



son of the speech department were
also granted sabbaticals for the
fall semester.
Literary college sabbaticals for
the second semester of 1960-61
went to Prof. Elman R. Service of
the anthropology department,
Prof. Harold M. Levinson of the
economics department, Prof.
Morris Greenhut of. theEnglish
language and literature depart-
ment and Professors Cecil C.
Craig, Kenneth B. Leisenring, and
Joseph L. Ullman of the mathe-
matics department.
Spring Sabbaticals
Also taking sabbaticals at this
time are Prof. Richard L. Cart-
wright of the political science de-
partment, Prof. David, M. Denni-
son of the physics department,
Professors Enrique Anderson-Im-
bert and Lawrence B. Iiddle of
the romance language department,
and Professors . David F. Aberle
and Morris Janowitz of the soci-
ology department.
Prof. Lawrence H. Aller of the
the astronomy department is tak-
ing a leave of absence, without
salary, from July 1, 1960 to Feb.
1, 1961 and a sabbatical leave
from Feb. 1 to June 30, 1961.
Four sabbaticals went to Pro-
fessors Robert Courte, Louise Cuy-
ler, Alice M. Kern and Gilbert
Ross, all of the music school. Pro-
fessors Courte and Cuyler are
leaving the first semester, and
Professors Kern and Ross the sec-
ond of 1960-61.
In the school of social work
Professors Katherine R. Reebel
and Dorothy C. W. Schroeder re-
ceived sabbaticals covering the
first and second semesters respec-
First Semester
Prof. W. Earl Britton of the
engineering college was granted a
sabbatical for the first semester
of 1960-61. Another fl1st semester
sabbatical went to Prof. Chet H.
LaMore of the literary college fine
arts department.
Leave was granted to Prof.
Stanley M. Sherman of the archi-
tecture college for a trip to Japan
from May 14 to June 11, 1960 in
connection with the International
Cooperation Administration con-
tract at Waseda University.
Research assistant in the Willow
Run Laboratories, Russell C. An-
derson is taking unsalaried leave
Dek Writes
Math Treatise
Prof Martin Dyck, of the Uni-
versity German department, has
written a new book, "Novalis and
Published by the University of
North Carolina Press, the book is
a study of mathematics and its
relation to magic, music and the


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