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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1958

Pierpont Outlines University Expansion
To Sixth Alumni Medical Conference

By ROBERT S. BALL, JIB.
University vice-president Wil-
bur K. Pierpont addressed a con-
pansion Program" yesterday at
vocation of the Medical School on
the subject or "The Campus Ex-
the Rackham Lecture Auditorium.
Following the introduction by
President Harlan H. Hatcher,
Pierpont described the postwar
growth of the University, its pres-
ent construction program, and
projected expansion.
Both the total enrollment and
total value of the University have
doubled, he said.
Pierpont traced the breakdown
of expenditures of the $114 mil-
lion capital outlay asked of the
State Legislature by the Univer-
sity for a five-year expansion pro-
gram.
The largest single item would be
a $40 million cut for expansion of
the health sciences.
He accompanied his address
with slides of recent University
expansion programs on both cam-
puses.
Following this address, Dean of
the Medical School Arthur C. Fur-
stenberg addressed some remarks
to the students.

"Referring to total expenditures
of universities, hospitals, insurance
companies and other organizations
concerned with national and glo-
bal health," Dean Furstenberg
said, "We in the health sciences
are in "big business".
However, the health needs of
the future are not planned for.
Population estimates of 1975 are
as high as 240 million, assuming
the same rate of social and econ-
omic changes as at present.
" Young people considering a fu-
ture in medicine are at a disad-
vantage."
Dean Furstenberg pointed out
that most educational institutions,
including medical schools, have fi-
nancial problem's, and this often
limits the quality of teaching. "Ed-
ucational institutions must respect
the fiscal year," he insisted.
According to Furstenberg, if ev-
ery practitioner would give $100
per year to the school which
taught him, the resulting funds
would clear medical educational
institutions of debts. "And this is
tax deductible," he added.
Dean Furstenberg called for
more comprehensive methods of
medical care, in which the com-
munity as a whole participated.

Following these remarks to the
medical students, winners of sev-
eral awards in the School were
announced:
The winner of the Phi Delta Ep-
silon Anatomy Cup Award for
scholastic achievement in the
course in gross anatomy was Da-
vid C. DeJong, '59M.
The recipient of the Rollo E.
McCotter Scholarship award was
Joseph M. Bicknell, '59M.
The Carl Vernon Weller Award
for Scholarship in Pathology was
given to Charles F. Holland, Jr.,
'58M.
The Roche Award was given to
Neal A. Vanselow, '58M, while the
Sternberg Award in Preventive
Medicine went to George L. Allen,
'56M.
The Borden Undergraduate Re-
search Award was received by
Walter Ford Keitzer, '56M.
The Senior Award for student
recognition of teaching quality
among younger members of the
teaching staff was awarded to Dr.
Samuel J. Behrman, recently ap-
pointed associate professor in the
Department of Obstetrics and Gy-
necology.

Big Parade
Highlights
Dedication
The largest parade ever to take
place in the city of Ann Arbor will
highlight the dedication of Wash-
tenaw County's new County Build-
ing tomorrow.
The c e r e m o n ie s, featuring
speeches by Governor Williams
and Secretary of the Army Wilbur
W. Brucker, will include a presen-
tation to the County of a flag that
once flew over the United States
Capitol Building in Washington,
D. C.
The backbone of the parade will
be a procession of all the high
school bands in the county as well
as several bands from nearby
towns in other counties.
Starting at the Rackham Build-
ing at 2:00 p.m., the parade will
head for the County Building,
turning off at Fourth Ave., and
ending in the new parking lot be-
hind the building.
At least 1000 persons will parti-
cipate in the parade, and more
than 5000 are expected to attend
as spectators.
OrganizationI
Notices
Use of this column is restricted to
OFFICIALLY REGISTERED student or-
ganizations. Registration forms are
available in the Office of Student Af-
fairs, 1020 Administration Building.
Registration for the current semester
should be completed not later than
October 12,
Westminster Student Fellowship, Pre-
Election Seminar, 10:30 a.m. Lewis
Room, Student Center.
Congregationa land Disciples Student
Guild, Meeting, 7 p.m. Congregational
Church, Speaker, Prof. Gerhard Lenski.
Roger Williams Fellowship, Bible
Study, 9:45 a.m., Guild .House.
Unitarian Student Group, Meeting,
7 p.m. 1st Unitarian Church. Speaker,
Mr. S. Baldwin, Transportation provided
from Lane Hall, Stockwell and the Un-
ion at 6:45.
Lutheran Student Association, Supper
and Discussion, 6 p.m. Lutheran Stu-
dent Center.
Michigan Christian Fellowship Meet-
ing, 4 p.m. Lane Hall. Speaker, Arthur
Holmes.

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The Recorder and its Music. 7:30 p.m.
435 Mason Hall.
The Unfolding Messianic Ideal, 7:30
p.m. 131 School of Business Administra-
tion. Eight weeks. $11.00 Professor Emer-
itur Leroy Waterman, instructor.
Registration for this class may be
made in Room 4501, of the Administra-
tion Building on South State Street
during University office hours or. in
Room 164 of the School of Business Ad-
'ministration, 6:30 to 9:30 the night of
the class.
Doctoral Examination for Oneil Mays
Banks, Zoology; thesis: "The Host
Range Phenotype in T2 Bacteriophage",
Tues., Oct..2, West Council Room, Rack-
ham Bldg., at 2:00 p.m. Chairman, F. E.
Smith.
Mathematics Colloquium: Tues., Oct.
2, at 4:10 p.m., in Room 3011 A. H. Prof.
George; Piranian will speak on "Se-
quences of linear fractional functions."
Tea and coffee in Room 3212 at 3:45
p.
Mathematics Seminars, First Semes-
ter 1956-57. The following lectures are
listed by Title, Conductor, Time, Room,
in that order.
Algebra, Thrall, Monday, 3:00, 3401,
M.N. Algebra, Homological, Dedecker,
Monday, 4:15, 3011 A.H. Algebraic Top-
ology, Pajermo, Monday, 4:15, 3011 A.H.
Applied Mathematics, Churchill, Thurs.
Tea, 3:30, Talk, 4:00, 247 W.E. Geometry,
Leisenring, Thursday, 4:10, 3216, A.H.'
Group. Representation, E. L. Griffin, Jr,
Monday, 3:00, 3208 A2. Machines, Auto-
mata, and Applications, Carr, Monday
4:00, 3201 A.H. Number Theory, LeVeque,
Tentative, Wed., 3:00. Partial Differen-
tial Equations, Dolph, Friday, 3:00, 277
W. E. Probability, Darling, Friday, 3:00,
3001 A.H. Social Scientists, Math. Sem.
for' (373): Harary, Tuesday, 3:00, 3401
M.H. Statistics, Craig, Alternate Thurs-
day, 4:00-6:00, 3201 A.H. Topology, Sam-
elson, Monday, 4:00, 3011 A.H.
Coming Events
Women's Research Club will meet Mon.,
Oct. 1, at 8:00 p.m. In the West' Lec-
ture Room, Rackham .Building. Dr.
Elinor Husselman will speak on "The
Coptic Monastaries of Egypt."
Near East Research Club meeting will
be held on Monday, October 1 at 8:00
p.m. in the East Conference Room of
the Rackham Building. Profs. Oleg Gra-
bar and George Mendenhall will speak
on "Nomads and Farmers in the Sy-
rian Desert Throughout the Ages".
Science Research Club October meet-
ing in the Rackham Amphitheatre at
7:30 p.m. on Tues., Oct. 2. Program:
"Some Effects of Irradiation of the
Alimentary Tract," John F. Kent -
Anatomy; "Automotive Engines of the
Future," Jay A. Bolt - Mechanical En-
gineering, Election of new Members.
Dues for 1956-57 accepted after 7:18 p.m.
Placement Notices
The following school has listed a va-
cancy on its staff beginning Mon., Oct.
1, 1956.
Farmington, Michigan -- Junior High
Art or Kindergarten.
Lightweight
BICYCLES
from $414 5up
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For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
ministration Bldg., NO 3-1511, Ext. 489.
PERSONNEL REQUESTS:
Muskegon Piston Ring Co., Muskegon,
Mich., has openings in Industrial Su-
pervisory Training for those with de-
grees in. Industrial Supervision, Busi-
ness Administration, Personnel Admin-
istration, Industrial Leadership Train-
ing, or Industrial Psychology.
Food Machinery & Chemical Corp.,
Hoopeston, Ill., has openings for Sales
Engineering, Application Engineering,
Production & Design Engineering, &
Industrial Engineering.
The American Metal Co., Ltd., New
York, N. Y., has an opening for an Asst.
Librarian in their technical library of
New York offices.
The Children's Hospital, Columbus,
Ohio, has an opening for a worker in
their Clinic of Child Development, Need
Masters degree plus supervisory experi-
ence. Also need two Social Workers for
overall hospital & cine coverage.
Chas. W. Cole & Son, South 'Bend,
Ind., needs men with degrees in Civil,
Architectural & Mech. Engrg. for draft-
ing & design of new schools, sanitation
projects, bridges & highways.
Dow Corning, Corp., Midland, Mich.,
has an opening for a Jan. woman grad-
uate who is a good typist, has a back-
ground in French or German.
The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co.,
Detroit, Mich., has openings for grad-
uate engineers in "Super Market En-
gineering", which involves problems of

store maintenance, remodeling, new
store layout, store planning, etc.
TulsasMetropolitan Area Planning
Commission, Tulsa, Okla., needs a
Thorofare Planner.
General Electric Co., Defense Electron-
ics Div., has openings for the position
of Field Service Representative, which
is an xecellent steppingstone to super-
visory and managerial positions in En-
gineering, Manufacturing, & Marketing
Sections.
Marathon Corp., Menasha, Wis., Is
interested in receiving applications from
any students.
Michigan Civil Service Commission,
announces an examination for a male
Adult Corrections Trainee. Want Janu-
ary, 1957 graduates. Closing date for
filing of applications is Oct. 17.
For further information on the above,
contact the Bureau of Appointments,
3528 Administration Bldg., "t. 371.

MARQUIS (HILDS
News Analyst
"THE ROAD AHEAD"
OCT. 10.

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