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PAGE EIGHT

YRE MCHIGAN DAILY

? ffMSDAY, rTQ'Y'MBER z9, 1959

ENDS LONG CAREER ON HIGH NOTE:
Prof. Bredvold Receives Russel Lecturer Award

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By DIANE LABAKAS
Prof. Louis I. Bredvold, of the
English department, could not be
ending his career on a higher
scale than being selected as this
year's Henry Russel Lecturer.-
After 35 years of teaching at
the University, the University Re-
search Club gave the award to
Prof. Bredvold before his retire-
ment next year. The Russel lec-
ture is the highest honor the Uni-
versity pays its faculty members
for high academic and scientific
achievements.
Prof. Bredvold did not know of
the award until it was announced
by the Research Club. "It is such
a high honor that I am still
dazed," he said. He mentioned in
his quiet manner, "The best thing
a professor can do when he learns
he has won the award is to ac-
cept it humbly without citing his
merits for receiving it."
Recommendation
Recommendation of the annual
lecturer is made to the Univer-
sity Regents by the nine-man Re-
search Club Council, in consulta-
tion with former lecturers.
"The Research Club recom-
mended Prof. Bredvold because of
his high standing as a scholar
and "his excellent works on John
Dryden," said retired Professor Ed-
ward H. Kraus of the minerology
department. An active member of

the Research Club, Prof. Kraus
received, the Russel Lecturer
award in 1944.
Prof. Bredvold has contributed
75 reviews an darticles in the field
of English literature to scholarly
publications since 1912.
Author's Prominence
"It is not the number of articles
that is most important but wheth-
er people read them that will give
prominence to an author," Prof.
Bredvold declared.
An authority on the works of
Dryden, Prof. Bredvold combined
his articles into a book, "The In-
tellectual Milieu of John Dryden,"
in 1934. The book accepts Dry-
den's skeptical temperament as
the basic explanation of the de-
velopment of his ideas.
The American Review magazine
commented, "There are few books
for which students of English lit-
erature should feel more grateful."
"My work on Dryden just grew,"
Prof. Bredvold said. "I wrote my
doctoral dissertation on Dryden
and decided to work on it further.
I kept working until it grew into
a book," he explained.
First in Department
Prof. Bredvold is the first mem-
ber of the English Department to
receive the Russel Lecture honor.
Most of the 32 award winners have
been from tle Medical School.
Since he joined the University

-Daily-Dave Arnold
AWARD WINNER-Prof. Louis I. .Bredvold, of the English
department, recently became the recipient of the annual Henry
Russel Lecturer Award.

faculty in 1921 as an instructor,
Prof. Bredvold has been active on
several of the University boards
and committees. He was president
of the Research Club in 1946-47
and president of the Conference
for Literary Studies in 1940.
After being promoted to full

professor in 1930, Prof. Bredvold
was named chairman of the Eng-
lish Department in 1936, resign-
ing from that position in 1947.
Asked what he would do, when
he retires next year, Prof. Bred-
vold replied, "I will enjoy and live
poetry."

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

(Continued from Page 4)
W. W. Meinke and Dr J. Warnell will
be the speakers.
Physical-Analytical-Inorganic Chem-
istry Seminar. Thurs., Nov. 29, 8:00
pam., Room 3005 Chemistry Building.
Dr. Tudor Thomas of Linde Air Prod-
ucts Research Laboratory will speak on
"Molecular Sieves".
Organic Chemistry Seminar. Thurs.,
Nov. 29, 8:00 p.m., Room 1300 Chem-
istry Building. Jacob Baumann will
speak on "The Birch Reduction". Rob-
ert Gilman will speak on "Pyrolysis of
Aryl Glycolic Acids".
Botanical Seminar. Warren P. Stouta-
mire, Cranbrook Institute of Science,
will speak on "Gaillardia Pulchella: Its
Morphological and Cytological Varia-
tion." Thurs., Nov. 29, 4:15 p.m., 1139
Natural Science. Refreshments at 4:00.
Applied Mathematics Seminar Thurs.,
Nov. 29 cancelled because of the Uni-
versity Senate meeting.
Partial Differential Equations Semi-
nar Thurs., Nov. 29 at 3:15 p.m. in Rm.
243, W. Engineering Bldg. Prof. R. K.

Ritt will continue his talk on "WeakI
Solutions of Navier-Stokes Equations."
The Operation of a System Group in
a Large Corporation.' Dr. R. D. O'-
Neal, general manager of the new Ben-
dix System Division of Bendix Aviation
here in Ann Arbor, will talk to the
system class on Sat., Dec. 1, 10-12 a.m.,,
in Room 2076, East Engineering. All
interested are invited.
Doctoral Examination for Charles
Hayden Hewitt, Mineralogy; thesis;
"Geology and Mineral Deposits of the
Northern Big Burro Mountains-Redrock
Area, Grant County, New Mexico",
Thurs., Nov. 29, 4083 Natural Science
Building, at 1:30 p.m. Chairman, E.W,
Heinrich.
Placement Notices
The following schools have vapancies
on their teaching staffs. They will not
be at the Bureau of Appointments to
interview at this time.
Bogota, Colombia, S.A.-A limited
number of teaching fellowships are
available to American graduate stu-
dents in English, Spanish, Latin Am-
erican studies and Education, inter-
ested in doing research in Bogota,

Columbia. Fellows will be expected to
teach English as a foreign language
to adults for approvimately fifteen
hours weekly during the academic year.
Their remaining time will be free for
research or classes at such local in-
stitutions as the Biblioteca Nacional,
University Javeriana, Universidad Na-
cional, Universidad de los Andes, Museo
Nacional, and others.
San Juan, Puerto Rico (Antilles Con-
solidated S c h o o l s)-All elementary
Grades; English; Social Science; Math;
Science; Chemistry; Physics; Librar-
ian Elementary and Secondary Vocal
Music.
For additional information contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
ministration Building, NO 3-1511, Ext.
489.
PERSONNEL INTERVIEWS:
Representatives' from the following
will be at the Engrg. School:
Wed., Dec. 5
Bethlehem Steel Co., Bethlehem, Pa.
-B. S. or M. S. in Aero, Ch. E., Civil,
Constr., Elect., Ind., Mech., Naval &
Marine, Nuclear and Sanitary: B. S. in
Metal, for Research, Development, De-
sign, Production, Construction and
Sales.
Combustion Engrg., Inc., Reactor De-.

velopment Div., Windsor, Conn.-All
degree levels in Mech., Naval & Marine,
and Nuclear; M.S. or Ph.D. in Metal for
Development, Design, and Test. U. S.
citizens.
The Permutt Co., New York, N.Y.-all
levels in Ch.E., Civil, Mech. and Sani-
tary. for Development, Design, Pro-
duction and Sales. U. S. citizens.
The Sherwin-Williams Co., Cleveland.
Ohio-all levels in Mech., Ind., Civil &
Ch.E. for summer & regular Research,
Development, Sales, Production, and
Quality Control.
Thurs., Dec. 6
Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co., Utica,
N. Y.,-B.S. & M.S. In Elect., Ind., or
Mech.; B.S. in Civil for Development,
Design, Production and Sales. U. S.
citizens.
Howard, Needles, Tammen & Bergen-
doff, Cleveland, Ohio-all levels in Civil
for Structural Design and Detailing and
Traffic Analysis.
LaSalle SteelCo., Hammond Ind.-all
levels in Mech., Engrg. Mech. and Me-
tal.
City of Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisc.
B. S. or M, S. in Civil, Const., and
Sanitary; B.S. in Elect, or Mech, for
Summer, Co-op, and Regular Construc-
tion. U. C. citizens..
For appointment contact the Engrg.
Placement Offlcefi 347 W. E., ext. 2182.

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