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To Host Humanist Council Law School Nine Students Win Awards
Nine University students have
versity will be the scenend received a total of $500 in the 1959 W h ., won $50 in the W EL hC VM E STU
ernational gathering of Folklore and the International Frederick Burkhardt, president of Summer Avery and Jule Hopwood John 0 M
then the International Committee for the History of Art. the American Council of Learned ward.f. onaghan , '60, wn $75
r Philosophy and Hu- Also on the member list are the Societies and William DeVane, {1' rAwad. D "ton ."Eoheridgeo, Spec, adFre-eas ou
ciences meets today at International Association for the dean of Yale College, Yale Uni- leIwCFacultyEr Cinest Zaplitny, Grad., of BayDonrdgehSenres
Library through next History of Religion; the Inter- versity. City, was the only double winner, $50 awards for their entriesee your hair ne and w
national Federation for Modern Others serving on the commit- The law school will welcome 12 receiving $50 for an essay, "The in the fiction contest.
delegates and observers Languages and Literatures; the tee include Prof. Rensselaer Lee, professors and researchers as spe- Art of Comedy," and $25 for a dUring You 4 Yearson
g about 15 nationai- International Union of Oriental- of the fine arts d e p a r t m e n t, cial personnel during the coming, drama entitled, "Games."
xpected to attend the Ists; the International Society of Princeton University and Prof. academic year, Prof. Allan .F.. Robert C. Davis, Grad., won $75 W ANTED in our air-conditioned
neeting, the first to be Musicology and the International Gerald F. Else, chairman of the Smith, director of legal research, in the poetry division. Other poetry
le Paris. Union for Prehistoric and Proto- University classical studies de- announced recently, contest winners were Christian 1000 HEADS
historic Sciences. partment. Prof. Kenneth H. Lawson, of Raisner, Spec., $50, and John L.
assemly wi be given Besides Prof. Marckwardt, the A dinner hosted by the Univer- Brasenose College, Oxford, Eng- Foster;Grad., $25 be they square, fat or rounded
discussion of the place arrangements committee handling sity will be held Monday at which land, will be teaching comparative Winners of the essay contest for that crew-cut
ianiies in a world that the Council's meeting program participants will be welcomed by law for the first semester of the were William D. Elliott, '61, $50 at
mn g s anz h as members Charles E. Ode- Vice-President and Dean of Fac- year. for "Symbolism and Theme," and a t715 North Un ers
ct to technological gaard, University of Washington ulties Marvin L. Niehuss, Gov. G. One of the positions of visiting Zaplitny.
rof. Albert H. Marck- president who- invited the Coun- Mennen Williams, Rep. Gerald B. professor of law will be filled by "The First Day," by Frank W. Near Michigan Theatre
the English department cil to meet here when he served Ford and Robert Thayer, special Prof. Richard R. B. Powell, of
gements c o m m i t t e e as dean of the literary college; assistant to the secretary of state. Columbia University, during the
for the event, said. second academic semester.
the eesnot Visiting Lecturer
eesforte U' Announces 21 Promotions, Vladimir Iblerg, of the ivs
bheld Wednesday and 9 .E..t y of Zagreb, Yugoslavi, has F L
are Prof. Emeritus * een named visiting research rographiceeds
Jas, of the' history de- e ations in A cademicT ie scholar and lecturer in interna-
Johns Hopkins Univer- _tional law.
,harles Webster, British Among the year's visitors to Law
philologist and writer; chanes in academic title were Frederick E. Moncrieff, who has School will be two Japanese law 1 Ifo m111
Hakim, Egyptian writer n nbeen an editor handling engineer- professors from Tokyo University.
atist and Takeo Kuwa- announced by the Unviersity re- made picture editor of the Infor- Prof. Shigemtsu Dando will teach
anese author. cently ing and science news, has been in the field of comparative crimi-
elve member organiza- Prof. Muriel C. Meyers . of the In the Mental Health Research nal law as both teacher and re-
the Council, which is Medical School, a research asso- oration and News Service. searcher during the second se-
a l1 y supported by the ciate in the Simpson Memorial Institute, seven changes were mester. Prof. Junichi Nakata will
tions Economic, Social director of the institute until. a made affecting research asso- also be in residence, doing re-
ural Organization are: successor to the late Dr. Frank become research historian, Caxton search sponsored by a Rockefeller
rnational Ac a d e m i c Bethel can be appointed. C. Foster is associate research Foundation grant.
he International Feder- Ray E. Kehoe, formerly an as- ard L. Meier is now a research Prof. Yu-kun An, of the Nation-
Societies for Philosophy ed to associate director of the social scientist, Renta Taliacozzo al Taiwan University, is the recipi-
:nternational Committee sistant director, has been promot- Is assistant research scientist, and ent of a special research fellow-
ical Sciences. Bureau of School Services. Merlin sociate research psychologist, ship for the first semeste ronly.
include the Internation- W. Miller has been promoted from Robert M. Caddell has been Two-of the Law School's senior
ent Committee of Lin- rector of the Office of Registra- made a lecturer and Herman research fellows, Prof. Bulent
e International Federa- tion and Records. department of Mechanical Engi- Davran and A. Selcuk Ozelik,
oietes of C l a s s i c a 1 Francis A. Hartman, supervisor neering. In the Medical School, are coming from the University of
he International Union of firemanship training, has been Dr. Henry C. Bryant, Dr. Sylves- Istanbul, Turkey, for the academ- ;
opological and Ethno- given the additional title of super- ter E. Gould, and Dr. Fred Holtz ic year. The Michigan-Columbia- z
ences, the International visor of civil defense and disaster have been made lecturers in Istanbul project, supported by the
n for Folk Arts and training in the Extension Service, pathology. Ford Foundation, is sponsoring
Peter C. Briant, an instructor, their visit.
has been made a lecturer in the Awarded Fellowship
School of Business Administra- Prof. J. Keith Mann, of Stan-
the himalacs tion. George W. Saunders, an in- ford University, has been awarded
structor in zoology, has been made the Sunderland Research Fellow-
mmu .mmm a research associate in the Great ship and will remain on campus
w Lakes Research Institute. with his family for the entire
There were two promotions in year.
weater to top all sweaters . .. literally. Loose the University Library with G. The relation between Interna-
Raymond Nunn being made Divi- tional law and United States for-
sd v and a wol... backi$hed'95 sional Librarian and Agnes N. eign policy will be the subject of a
side, vents and a new lapped boatneck. In Tysse being advanced to Refer- a study by Prof. E.-C. Hoyt, of
, Black, Cognac, Olive, Charcoal, Heather, ence Librarian. Hamilton College., His work at the
MarI, Brown Marl. H aLaw School will be supported by
Alum nia special research fellowship.
Thoms L. Nicholson, who was
at the University of Hamburg,
Art Exhibits Germany, last year, has been
r, ~~named to the position of research '
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Prof. L. Neville Brown, of the
Four new exhibitions will be University of Birmingham, Eng- Autfhorized Dealer
featured starting Monday in the land, will be in residence with his
galleries of Alumni Memorial Hall wife during the first nine months
by the University Museum of Art. of 1960 using a senior research
Museum Director Charles Sawyer fellowship he has received.
-...s.' .:: said, "We are trying to include Merchandise
works that fit into historical se-O e
quences from oriental, Indian and Positons Open
Persian civilizations and the west-
ern art of the early Middle Ages cu
1 through the Renaissance.n
The West Gallery, supplemented
> by loans from Cranbrook, Detroit The University Symphony Or- ANSCO GRAFLEX POLAROI
-. and Toledo Museums, will be de- chestra will start its season this
voted to recent acquisitions and week when its conductor, Prof. Al RES HElLAND PRAKTIFL
other objects from the permanent Josef Blatt of the music school,
collection. IF R E LS
w "nalcove section of West holds auditions. ARGUS ILFORD REALIST
Open to all University students,
Gally Il coan grashicta the try-outs will be held from 9 BELL and HOWELL KALIMAR REVERE
and ornamental drawings of the to 10 a.m. and 1:30 to 4 p.m. Sept.
as 1 nd rnam entrwis of the 6rto 18, in Rm. 214, Hill Audi- BESEL ER KALLO FLEX ROLLEIFL
=; t17th and, 18th centuries will betoum
exhit e wil eLast year, under Prof.' Blatt's
th Gry w b over baton, theasymphony played such DU PONT KEYSTONE VIEW-MA
to modern sculpture ande sculptors' woksMusrsys"itrsDU P N
drawings and South Gallery to a s EASTMAN KODAK .EICA WOLLEN
"'contemporary paintings, at an Exhibition," MozartSTsANKyDA- MINOLTAOASHENC
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