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FACULTY BY REGENTS
HARVARD PROFESSOR TAKES
POLITICAL SCIENCE !
POSITION'

OTHERS TO BE APPROVED
Prof. Luther Purdom Becomes Di-
rector of Bureau of Appoint-
ment for Coming Year
Numerous appointments to the
faculties of the schools and col-
leges of the University, effective at
the beginning of the present school
year, have been made by the Board
of Regents at its recent meetings.
Still more additions to the teaching
staff are scheduled to be approved
by that body at its next meeting
Thursday. Those in the latter
group hve taken up their duties,f
however.

Works of Several Prominent Artists
Represented at Architectural
Building Exhibition
STAINED GLASS FEATURED
An exhibit of the mural painter's
art, consisting of 95 framed and
unframed sketches of murals, cir-
culated by the American Federation
of Arts, is now on display in the
firstfloor corridors and in the third
floor museum of the Architectural
building.
Included in this exhibit are
sketches by such noted artists as?
Monroe Hewlett, W. T. Benda, cre-
ator of the famous "Benda masks,"
Nicola D'Ascenzo and Charles J.
Connick both designers of stained
glass windows, and Eugena Savage,
mural painter.
There are included also sketches
by Connick for a series of stained
glass windows in the corridor of
the Calvary Church in Pittsburgh.
The sketches depict Pennsylvania
historical events such as "William
Penn's Treaty," "The Founding of
Fort Duquesne," "Daniel Boone,"
"George Washington," "Abraham
Lincoln at Gettysburg," and "Perry
on Lake Erie."
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Two professors -have been added ±"" winlcIJia3
to the faculty 'of the Law school. Steeruwitz who resigned r
Prof. Laylin K. James, formerly of
the University of Pittsburgh, and
Prof; Homer F. Carey are the new Hobbs Gets MeSS
members of the staff. From., Byrd Expe
Professor James will be given FBy Ex
part .of the work in corporations Pof William H. Hobbs
and business associations and willmH
bring practical, first-hand knowl- geology department, a
edge of the most recent develop- the receipt of a cablegra
ments to his work. Larry Gould, University o
Professor Carey, who has prac- gan member of the Byrd
ticed law seven years in New York tic expedition, today. Gou
City and taught in the University, that on account of the los
of Kansas and the University of of the planes, the expediti
Wisconsin, will have one of the sec- locate its base on Mount
Lions in the law of trust and one of instead of on the ice pha
the sections in first-year property. formerly planned. The
A. W. Bromage comes from Har- came from "Little Ameri
vaird university to substitute for main base of the expediti
Prof. Thomas H. Reed of the po-
litical science department. Brom-
age received his B.S. degree at
Connecticut Wesleyan; his M.A. and
Ph.D. degrees at Harvard. He was
an instructor on this campus dur-
ing the second semester of 1927-
19Prof. Luther Purdom who be-
comes director of the Bureau of
Appointments was for three years
director of personnel at the Uni-
versity of Missouri. He received his
A. B. at Center college in 1910 and
took his masters and doctor do-
grees in this University in 1922 and
1925. Etnve
Prof. John Wallace Eaton be-
comes chairman of the German de-
partment, and A. H. Hirsch has re-
ceived an appointment to a pro-
fessorship.
Appointments to the faculty,'
which have been approved by the
Board of Regents also include
Stanley Royal Ashby, associate pro-
fessor of English, William L. Ayres,
assistant progressor in mathe-
matics, Ernest Harrison Barnes, as-
sistant professor in drawing and.
painting, Arthur H. Copeland, as-'
sistant professor in mathematics,
Jean Ehrhord, assistant professor -
in French, Maurits W. Senstius, as-'
sistant professor in geology, and
Raymond-Walter Waggoner, assist-l
ant professor in neurology.
Appointments scheduled to be
approved - at the next meeting of
the Regents include: C. H. Lang-
ford, associate professor in
philosophy, H. F. Price, associate
professor in English, Edgar I.
Gault, associate professor in the
school of Business Administration;
and Earl C. OlRobe; assistant pro-
fessor in forestry.
Daily Subscriptions
For Faculty Now Due
Faculty members who have not
as yet subscribed to The Michigan
Daily should do so immediately.
Blanks for this purpose may be I
oatained at the office of the secre-
tary of the University.
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filled out every year and present PENS P
these at the secretary's office since W. A.SHEAFFER
no faculty subscriptions may be |n o. s. . oa.
taken at the Daily office.

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