THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Classes Held I
Students Are Required
To Obey Unitiversity Rule
Board Of Regents Appoints 92 New
Faculty Members For Coming Year
structors in the theory and practice
of athletic coaching, assistant coach-
es and instructors in intramural
J. H. Westing will take over duties
as research associatae in the bureau
of business research.
New physician at the Health Ser-
As the l938-39 University begins,
announcement of the appointments
Saturday classes will again be re- j of 92 new faculty members is made
quired of all students in the Literary by the President's office.
College this year, it was announced Included in the list of additions to
by Prof. Walter A. Reichart of the the College of Literature, Science and
German department, new chairman the Arts are: L. 0. Brockway, assist-
of the committee on Saturday classes, ant professor of chemistry; W. H.
Although.the rule may be reled Wynne, associate professor of econ-
fa.tudenthprsetsmva laxed omics; S. K. Proctor, instructor in1
If a student presents valid reasons f English; J. B. Allan Seager, instruc-
for being excused from Saturday tor in English; R. W. Imlay, instruc-
classes, Prof. Reichart refused to lay tor in geology; R. D. Slack, instructor
down any set rules for such pro- I in landscape design and A. D. Tay-
lor, non-resident lecturer, landscape
cedure, say-4g that the committee design.
judges each case .an its individual n f
merits. Religious and economic reas-
ons are among those considered valid.
, Two Exceptions Granted
In only two cases are blanket ex-
emptions granted. These apply to
students whose credit load amountsf
to six hours or less per semester, and
to married women. Even these ex-
emptions are not automatic, but
come through application to the com-
mittee, Prof. Reichart warned.
Students desiring exemption are
asked to petition the committee which
will sit tomorrow in Room 1034 An-
gell Hall, and Thursday through Sat-
urday in the gymnasium. I
The Saturday class ruling, initiated
two years ago, was necessitated by
the cramped class rooms caused by
swelling enrollment, according to
Prof. George R. LaRue of the zoolo-
gy department, former head of the
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of history; R. A. Pack, instructor in
Latin; E. D. Rainville, instructor in
mathematics; R. C. F. Bartells, in-
structor in mathematics; P. C. Ham-
mer, instructor in mathematics, and
C.J, Nesbitt, instructor in mathe-
Also among the new appointees are
R. T. LaPiere, associate professor of
sociology; R. H. Danhof, instructor
in sociology; Hans Gerth, lecturei in
sociology; Lila Pargment, instructor in
Russian language; C. G. Dobrovolny,
instructor in zoology; N. E. Hart-
weg, instructor in zoology; Henry
Vander Schalie, instructor in zoology;
C. J. McHale, assistant professor of
library science; K. E. Schultz, assist-
ant professor of library scien'e and
Arthur Smithies, assistant profes-
sor of economics.
College of Engineering appointees
are W..E. Britton, instructor in Eng-
lish; W. B. Pickens, instructor in
English and E. W. Conlon, assistant
:rofecwor of aeronautical engineer-
In the Medical School the new men
who take over their work this fall are
Dr. Alexander Barry, instructor in
anatomy; Dr. T. H. Harville, Dr. H.
A. Howes, Dr. R. H. Lyons. Dr. P. S.
MacNeal, Dr. J. G. Ruth, Dr. E. G.
Seybold, and Dr. R. N. Tillman, all
holding the position of resident in
internal medicine; Dr. E. L. Hall, resi-
dent in obstetrics and gynecology;
Dr. J. 0. H. Simrall. resident in ob-
4tetrics and gynecology and Dr. Fer-
dinand Gaensbauer, instructor in ob-
stetrics and gynecology.
Other Melical Schooi appointments
are Dr. F. H. Barbour, resident in
\)phthalmology; Dr. Halold F. Falls,
resident in opthalmology; M. B. Sny-
der, instructor in bacteriology; Dr. W.
P. Work, resident in otolaryngology;
Dr. F. J. Mellencamp. instructor in
pediatrics and infectious diseases; J.
J. Englefried, D.P.H., instructor in
pediatrics and infectious diseases
and chemist; and Dr. D. S. MacIn-
tyre, resident in surgery.
Dr. R. J. Parson, instructor in path-
ology; Dr. Morton Helper, resident
in roentgenology; Dr. K. G. Latham,.
instructor in roentgenology; Dr. F. T.
Rogers, resident in roentgenology; Dr.
R. M. Bartlett, instructor in surg-
ery; Dr. D. A. Campbell, resident in
surgery; Dr. K. B. Conger, resident
iri surgery; Dr. F. E. Davis, instructor
in surgery; Dr. A. E. Heustis, resident
in surgery; Dr. C. H. Keene, instructor
in surgery; Dr. H. T. Langston, resi-
dent in surgery; Dr. C. E. Dowman,
resident in surgery; Dr. R. J. Ban-
now, resident in surgery; Dr. L. A.
srewer, res ident in surgery; Dr. R. vice will be Dr. J. B. Lounsbury, sur-
C. Major, instructor in surgery and geon and Dr. G. H. Agatae, physician.
Anna Bissel, Fellow in Thoracic Sur- In Intramural sports, R. O. Court-
gery, and N. K. Thomas, resident in right assumes the title of instructor.
In the School of Dentistry, new Added to the department of mili-
.dditions to the faculty are Dr. C. M. tary science and tactics are Major
Waldo, instructor in orthodontics; Dr. Ira A. Crump, assistant professor,
P. E. Ridinger, clinical instructor in and Lieut. Col. L. A. Fox, assistant
crown and bridge prosthesis and op- professor.
erative surgery; Dr. Samuel Stulberg, Joining the institute for human
clinical instructor in crown and adjustment is Clark Tibbitts who will
bridge prosthesis and operative den- "s: ume the position of director of the
tistry; Dr. H. O. Goldbeck, clinical in- institute and lecturer in the sociology
structor in complete dental prosthesis; department.
and Don F. Engel, ciinical instructor Em:et T. Hooper iC to be assistant
in crown and bridge prosthesis and curator of mammals in the museum
operative dentistry. of zoology.,
In the College of Architecture new Other men who will join the facul-
All But ROTC Students
Are Required To Attend;
1st Year Lecture Series'
Announcement of the year's pro-
gram of compulsory gymnasium
classes for freshmen was made re-
cently by Dr. George May, director of
All freshmen except those enrolled
in the two-year R.O.T.C. course will
be required to attend the six hygiene
lectures, given during the first three
weeks of the school year, and the
weekly gym classes. However, those
taking part in any athletic s'iuad are-
excused during the time that these
squads arle in active pract ce. Im-
mediately on the disbanding of these
squads, the student is re-enrolled in
his gym section, however. The only
athletic squads open to freshmen at
the beginning of the present term are
football, swimming and track.
The lecture groups meet at the
same hour as the regular gym sec-
tion assignment, that is, at 3, 4, and
5 p. m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
and Friday. Dr. Warren E. Forsythe,
director of the Health Service, will be
the lecturer. At the end of the series
of lectures, an exam will be given.
Following the lectures, on Monday
of the fourth week, the regular gym
sections will meet. Each class will
be divided into five parts, each study-
ing one sport, boxing, wrestling,
basketball, track and field or gym-
nastics. The five groups will be ro-
tated every three weeks.
The second semester's activities .,
lude well-known gsnes, tennis, golf,
handbaii, volleyball, badminton and
others. After spring vacation, fresh-
men will be allowed to elect any out-
door sport they wish. In this, they
will be required to attend two hours
per week for the remaining six weeks,
but at any time they may choose.
Passing the physical education re-
quirements is based upon attendance
and efficiency in the various sports.
All absences must be made up. Make-
ups on the lectures will be given at the
beginning of the second semester.
Class make-ups maye be made at any
time by reporting for an hour's work
at Waterman Gymnasium.
Sickness excuses must come from
the physician in charge or from the
Health Service. All excuses must' be
given to the director of Waterman
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members of the staff are C. B. Heller,
assistant professor of decorative de-
sign and Roger Baily, professor of
Added to the School of Music
faculty have been S. E. Lacey, half-
time instructor in theory; T. H.
Kinkead, half-time instructor in Or-
gan; William J. Lichtenwanger, in-
structor in theory and librarian and
W, H. Stubbins, instructor in band
School of Education faculty mem-
bers will find six new members sup-
plementing their staff. They are M.
F. Gardner, teacher in the Elemen-
tary School; H. O. (Fritz) Crisler,
assistant professor of physicaleduca-
tion, assistant director of athletics
and head football coach; Campbell
Dickson, instructor in the theory and
practice of athletic coaching and
assistant football coach; E. T. Marti-
neau and Clarence Munn, both in-
ty, not listed by departments be-
cause they were announced late, are
Dr. J. M. Neely, instructor in roent-
genology; Dr. I:. W. Genring, resident
in surgery ; fH. J. Andrews, Charles
Lathrop Pack, professor of Wild Land
Utilization, School of Forestry and
Conservation: A. J. J. Rourke, assist-
ant director of the University Hospit-
al; F. H. Smith, assistant professor of
mechanicism and engineering draw-
ing; Helen Ellis, instructor in physi-
cal education for women and H. S.
Emerson, instructor in anatomy.
The large new men's dormitories
to b constructed near the Union
this year are the indirect result of a
drive conducted by The Daily last
year to better men's housing condi-
tions on the campus.
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