THE MICHIGAN DAILY __________
'U' Scientists, Doctors Use
$4 Million for Research
Alpha Pi Mu, national indus-
trial engineering honorary, initi-
ated ten undergraduates and one
businessman' at its annual spring
Undergraduates initiated were
Bruce J. Baldwin, '61E; Karl G.
Bartscht, '61E; Stanley L. Bilsky,
'60E; Allen B.' Dickerson, 160E;
Perry L. Dubong, 161E; Robert A.
Erickson, '61E; Charles R. Lakins,
'61E; Hope P. Martin, '60E;
Charles D. Muscott, 160E; and
Robert V. Schechter, 160E.
Initiated as an honorary mem-
ber was James Thompson.
Officers taking office for the
coming year at the banquet were
Ronald R. Tesarik, '60E, presi-
dent; James A. Knister, '60E;
vice-president; Stanley H. Caplan,
161E; corresponding secretary;
Hirokuni Tamura, '60E, recording
secretary; and Douglas B. Brown,
fResearch ranging from anatomy
to X-ray is a four million dollar
adventure for University scientists
Nineteen departments of the
medical school have grants total-
ing $663,432. The public health
school studies, includin gthose di-
rected by the National Sanitation
Foundation, use $1,200,000. Al-
most half a million dollars is di-
vided among the Colleges of Phar-
macy, School of Dentistry, Men-
tal Health Research Institute and
the Institute of Industrial Health.
Many of the grants are renewed
yearly, and new ones are con-
stantly being awarded.
The federal government furnish-
es most of the money, making re-
search awards through the U.S.
Public Health Service, the Armed
Forces, Atomic Energy Commis-
sion and many other agencies.
Other supporters are the aUni-
versity Phoenix Project for atomic
energy research, private founda-
tions, and philanthropies,
Commercial drug firms encour-
age research in pharmacy, bio-
chemistry and pharmacology. Or-
ganizations supported by, public
subscriptions aid research in heart
disorder, cancer, arthritis and tu-
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