THURSDAY, NOVE1WBER 1, 1945
THE MICHIG~AN DAILY
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BACK TO CAMPUS
Three English Professors
Resume Teaching Duties at cU'
Three University faculty members'
in the Dept. of English have returned
to teaching duties here this term and
one member has been granted a leave
of absence for the year according to
On Speech Staff
After two years of research for the
Army Air Force's Voice Communica-
tions Laboratory at Waco, Texas, and
in the South Pacific, Prof. Henry M.
Moser has returned to the faculty
of the Department of Speech.
Prof. Moser has been with the Uni-
versity speech department since re-
ceiving his Ph. D. degree from the
University of Iowa in 1933, and had
previously taught here after receiv-
ing degrees from the University and
Ohio State University.
F llows Named
Increase in Students
Reaches Fifty Percent
Because of an increase of fifty per-
cent more students registered in the
German department, three news staff
members have been appointed, Prof.
Henry W. Nordmeyer of the depart-
ment said yesterday.
After serving for four years as a
teaching fellow in the department
here, Dr. Frank X. Braun, one of the
appointees, has received his doctor's
Miss Charlotte Edson and Clarence
Boersma have been appointed as
fellows. Miss Edson, who was also
here last year as an assistant in the
English department, received her
B.A. degree from Lake Erie College in
1944 and her M.A. degree from the
University last year.
The third appointee, Mr. Boersma,
has returned to the campus after
serving in the navy. Born in the
Netherlands, he received M.A. degrees
in both German and French at the
Bredvold Will Lecture
At University of Toronto
Prof. Louis I. Bredvold will give two
lectures Wednesday, Nov. 7 at the
University of Toronto as part of an
exchange lecture program conducted
by the University, University of Tor-
onto, Cornell University, and Western
announcement by Prof. Louis I. Bred-
vold, head of the department yester-
From military service, Prof. John
Arthos and Charles H. Peake have
returned and Prof. Allan Seager has
returned from a year's leave of ab-
Prof. Arthos served with Army
Headquarters, 85th division where he
wrote the history of the division and
Peake served with the Army as an
education officer in the United States
and New Guinea. He will serve also
in the Veterans' Service Bureau.
Prof. Seager was a member of the
Creative Arts staff at Bennington Col-
lege, Bennington, Vt., while on leave
of absence from this University.
Prof. Kenneth Rowe has been
granted a year's leave of absence to
serve as head of the play depart-
ment of the Theatre Guild in New
Twelve New Sections
Opened for Freshmen
In agreement with increased en-
rollment figures for the entire Uni-
versity, Prof. Louis I. Bredvold, head
of the English department, has an-
nounced an unusually heavy slide of
students i n to freshman English
"When there are normally 60 sec-
tions in English 1", Prof. Bredvold
declared, "this term we find it nec-
essary to schedule 72".
There is also a marked increase in
the number of students concentrating
in the English department.
The problem of finding instructors
for these additional sections has been
solved by the return of several teach-
ing fellows, Prof. Bredvold said, and
more of them are expected back
throughout the year.
First Lt. John S. Rhoda, formerly
assigned to the International Law
Division of the Judge Advocate Gen-
eral Office in Washington, D. C., is
a new instructor in the International
Law Department of the JAG School
Before he was commissioned in July
with the 12th Candidate Class, Lt.
Rhoda served in Brazil with the
Army. He is a graduate of Muhlen-
berg College, Pa. and the University
of Pennsylvania Law School.
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