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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MRK2~14

President Voices Assembly's Views

Regents Confirm Appointment
'Of Eight to UniversityFaculty

The Board of Regents approved
eight appointments to the Uni-
versity faculty at a meeting yes-
terday.
At the same meeting, gifts to-
taling $14,901.70 were accepted;
the largest being a $5,000 dona-
tion from Parke, Davis and Co. of
Detroit to continue research ont
the immunization of tuberculosis.t
THE NEW FACULTY appoint-
.nents include Gordon B. B. M.
Sutherland, professor of physics.#

named, professor of economics
and Ross Lee Finney appointed
professor of composition.
Robert J. Niess was named as-
sociate professor of French,
Charles L. Rulfs, assistant pro-
fessor of chemistry, and Lawrence
L. Rauch assistant professor in
the department of Aeronautical
Engineering.**
THE LIST concludes with Rob-
ert V. Kesling, who was named
assistant professor of geology and
associate curator of the Paleon-
tology Museum.
Profs. Irving H. Anderson and
Ralph M. Patterson were reap-
pointed to the executive commit-
tee of the Institute for Human
Adjustment. The Institute's direc-
tor, Clark Tibbitts was granted a
leave of absence, covering one
third of his time, from March 1
to July 1.-

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Student Body
To BePolled
Interviews with a cross-section
of the student body will begin to-
morrow as part of a study being
conducted by the Bureau of Stu-
dent Opinion.
Interviewees, selected by a sci-
entific sample of every tenth reg-
istrant listed in Dean's Office
files, are being notified by post-
card to report at 206 Mason Hall
at specified times.
Findings will be published in
complete statistical form follow-
ing the completion of interviews
after vacation.
Flying Boxcar
SAN DIEGO-The fuselage vol-
ume of the Navy's 190-passenger
transport plane, Constitution, is
larger than the largest pullman
car, biggest box car, largest flat
car and passenger bus combined.

SPEAKS TOMORROW:
Asia's Revolts To Be Topic
Of AP Writer Swinton's Talk

Former Michigan Daily Editor
Stanley S. Swinton will speak on
"Covering Asia's Revolutions" at 3
p.m. tomorrow in Rm. B, Haven
Hall.
Swinton recently completed
three and one-half years service
in Indonesia as chief of the South
Eastern Asia Bureau of The Asso-
ciated Press.
HE IS NOW resting in Ann
Arbor at the home of his par-
ents, Prof. and Mrs. Roy Swinton,
while awaiting further assignment
for the Associated Press.
During the war, Swinton cov-
ered the Mussolini execution at
Milan while working for Stars
and Stripes. After the war he
became civilian correspondent
for the AP in the Pacific.

While at the University, he was
elected president of Sigma Delta
Chi, Journalism fraternity, and'
was city editor on The Daily
AFTER GRADUATING in 1940
he began his career with the A?
in Detroit. Swinton joined the
Armed Forces in 1941.
Following the lecture, which
is one in the series offered to
interest students and the gen-
eral public by the Journalism
department, a coffee hour will
be sponsored by members of
Sigma Delta Chi.
Open discussion will be directed
by the chapter's president, Stan
Dean, Grad.

Kenneth

E. Bouiding was

To Continue Sales
Of Announcements
Engineering graduation announ-
' ements are going on sale again
tomorrow.
They will be sold from 9 a.m. to
5 p.m. in the East Engineering Ex-
tension, outside the Aeronautics
r Office on the main floor. Sales
had officially closed last week, but
popular demand called for the
extra day's sale.

Daily-Lmanian
"BLONDE BABY"-Taking a few minutes out of her busy 'day
to relax, vivacious Assembly President Arlette Harbour is as ac-
complished in knitting together the activities of the independent
women as she is in producing a pair of argyyles.

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