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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1956

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Regents Appoint 8 Lit School Teachers

OKLAHOMA DAILY:
Student Paper Faced
With Libel Charges

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At their June meeting Univer-
sity Regents approved two appoint-
ments for acting chairmen and
six appointments to the faculty of
the College of Literature, Science
and the Arts.
During the absence on leave of
Prof. William Frankena for the
1956-57 academic year, Prof. Paul
Henle will act as chairman of the
department of Philosophy.
Associate professor of Near East-
ern Studies George E. Mendenhall
was appointed acting chairman of
the Near Eastern Studies Depart-
ment during the absence of Prof.
George Cameron for the 1956-57
University year.
John E. Bardachfi, associate pro-
fessor in the Department of Fish-
eries of the School of Natural Re-
sources was given the additional
appointment as associate professor
of zoology in zoology department.
Lansing Appointed
Assistant program director of
Survey Research Center John B.
Lansing was given a one-fourth
time appointment as an associate
professor of economics.
He will join with Association
Professor Daniel B. Suits in the
direction of the Research Seminar
on Quantitive Economics.
Rene Koenig was appointed visit-
ing professor of sociology for the
second semester of 1956-57 and
will teach courses in "Recent
Trends in European Sociology"
and "Comparative Treatment of
Empirical Materials on Industry
and Society in Europe and Amer-

ica" while Prof. Robert C. Angell
is on leave.
New Appointee
Another new appointee is Lionel
W. Kenzee, who will be visiting
associate professor of economics
for the second semester, 1956-57.
Since 1948, Prof. McKenzie has
been a Duke University faculty
member. Econometrics is his spe-
cial field and his appointment will
help to replace Professors Gardner
Ackley and _Kenneth E. Boulding
who will be on leave.
For a three-year term beginning
in fall of 1956, Steven W. Rous-
seas was appointed assistant pro-
fessor of economics.
Guest Professor
Rousseas was on leave from
Columbia University, where he is
an instructor in economics, from
1954-55 to serve as guest professor
of economics at the University of
Pi Lambda Theta
To Hold Meeting
Pi Lambda Theta, honor society
its first summer meeting today
according to Joan Wiese, publicity
chairman.
Miss Wiese urges all members to
meet in front of the Rackham
Bldg. at 5:30 p.m. for rides.
The meeting will take the form
for women in education, will hold
of a picnic at the home of Mrs.
Daniel Wing.

Salonika, Greece, on a Fulbright
grant.
Nicholas D. Kazarnioff, son of
Assistant professor Donat K. Ka-
zarinoff who will retire this com-
ing year, was appointed an assist-
ant professor of mathematics for
three years beginning with 1956-57
University year.
A native of Ann Arbor, Kazari-
noff graduated from the Uni-
versity in 1950, then obtained his
M A. in Physics in 1951.
'U' Conducting1
Pastor's Clinic
The University is now conduct-
ing its 17th annual Summ e r
School of Pastoral Care.
The first of two six-week train-
ing sessions began on June 4.
Twelve students from six states
and Canada, representing eight
religious denominations, are at-
tending the first session.
Designed to offer practical ex-
perience in hospital pastoral care,
the curriculum is concerned with
hospital orientation, chaplain ser-
vice and working with the medical
staff.

An article appearing in the
Oklahoma University's Daily last
month invoked libel charges
against its managing editor George
Gravley, and the supervisor of
student publications, Louise Moore.
James Caster, a lawyer and
graduate student in history, filed
the suit claiming that a story
concerning his participation at the
state League of Young Democrats
convention was malicious and de-
famatory.
The article, according to Caster,
inferred that he was not nomi-
nated state LYD president because
the OU chapter was under inves-
tigation by the student senate.
Gravely refused to print a re-
traction, Caster said, even after he
conceded to Caster that the article
was inaccurate and misleading.
In an interview with one of the
student newspaper's reporters, Cas-
ter commented, "The Daily instead
of being an observed became a pre-
judiced participant."
In answer to the charges, Grav-
ley, in an editorial asserted his

innocense by saying, "The conflict
has been one of personal opinions
as to the proper conduct of a
campus democratic political or-
ganization."
He inferred that the LYD is in-
compatible with sound democratic
principles and the University's
standards of good conduct. Be-
cause of this, Daily editorial criti-
cisms were directed at this organi-
zatfon.
According to an Oklahoma dis-
trict judge, the case will probably
not come up for a hearing before
the next jury term and that will
be September at the earliest.
Read the Classifieds

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