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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JUNE 25. 1957

THE MI iG N IAI TESA. MINE 15 YWY. Ifl&I

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NINE IN LITERARY COLLEGE:
'U' Regents Announce 23 Faculty Appointments

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University Regents made 23 fac-
ulty appointments at their June
meeting.
Following is a breakdown of the
appointments by schools and col-
leges:
L.S.&A.
Deming Brown was appointed
associate professor of Slavic lan-
guages and literatures and chair-
man of the Department of Slavic
Languages and Literatures for a
five-year period beginning with
the 1957-58 year.
James I. Crump, Jr., associate
professor of Chinese, was appoint-
ed acting chairman of the Depart-
ment of Far Eastern Languages
and Literature during the summer
while Prof. Joseph K. Yamagiwa
is on leave. .
Paul Julius Alexander was ap-
pointed professor of history, effec-
tive Feb. 1, 1958, as a replacement
for Prof. A. E. R. Boak who is be-
ginning his retirement furlough.
John Milton Yinger was ap-
pointed visiting professor of soci-
ology for the second semester of
the 1957-58 year. Prof. Yinger was
on the staff of Ohio Wesleyan

University and is presently with,
Oberlin College.,
Alexander DeConde, who has
been on the Duke University fac-
ulty since 1952, was appointed as-
sociate professor of history, effec-
tive Aug. 15.
Everett Keith Wilson, a mem-
ber of the Antioch College faculty
since 1948, was appointed visiting
associate professor of sociology for
the 1957-58 University year.
Fred Marion Wright, of Iowa
State College, was appointed visit-
ing professor of mathematics for
the 1957-58 year to replace As-'
sistant Prof. E. L. Griffin, who
will be on leave.
Arthur Ernest Link was appoint-
ed assistant professor of Chinese'
for the 1957-58 year.
Harrison Bruce Tordoff was ap-
pointed assistant professor of
zoology beginning with the 1957-
58 University year.
Nursing
Mary Reynolds was appointede
assistant professor of nursing in
the School of Nursing.
Miss Reynolds, who was on the
general staff of Northern West-
chester Hospital, Mt. Kisco, N.Y.,I

was director of nursing educationC
at Mount Sinai Hospital School of
Nursing in Cleveland since 1953.
Engi neerin ii
Keeve Milton Siegel was ap-
pointed professor of electrical en-
gineering for a three-year terI
beginning with the 1957-58 year.,
Since 1948 he has been connected
with the University's Willowv Run
Laboratories and curr ntly is head
of the Radiation Laboratory,
Albert Nelson Dingle, lecturer
and associate research meteorolo-
gist at the University, was ap-'
pointed associate professor of
meteorology in the Department of
Civil Engineering for the 1957-58
year.
Ben Frederick Barton was ap-
pointed assistant professor of elec-
trical engineering for a two-year
term beginning with the 1957-58
year.
Clyde W. Johnson was appoint-
ed assistant professor of indus-
trial engineering for the 1957-58
academic year. Since 1955 he has
been plan manager for the Modine
Manufacturing Company of Ra-
cine, Wisc.
Julian Ross Frederick was ap-
pointed assistant professor of me-
chanical engineering for the 1957-
58 year. He has been a research
physicist in the University's En-
gineering Research Institute since
1950 and is currently a lecturer in
mechanical engineering.
Leland James Quakenbush ap-
sistant service manager, Detroit
Aero Section, Vickers, Inc., was

appointed assistant professor of
mechanical engineering for the
1957-58 academic year.
Edward Young, who has been on
retirement furlough after teaching
engineering since 1921, was ap-
pointed consultant in the Engi-
neering Research Institute, effec-
tive July 1, 1957 until June 30,
1958. He will be responsible for an
ERI project in photogrammetric
analysis.
Business Administration
Dick Albert Leabo was appointed
assistant professor of statistics in
the School of Business Adminis-
tration. Leabo was on the Michi-
gan State University faculty dur-
ing the past academic year and
previously was with State Uni-
versity of Iowa.
Flint College
Following appointments to the
Flint College faculty were all ef-
fective for the 1957-58 year: Doug-
las A. Haynes, professor of finance;
Howard R. Jones, professor of
school administration; Alvin D.
Loving, associate professor of edu-
cation; Albert H. Marckwardt,
professor of English; and Dorothea
E. Wyatt, associate professor of
history.
Prof. Loving and Prof. Wyatt
will succeed Prof. Robert H. Plum-
mer of the education department,
and Prof. Frederick H. Test of the
Department of Zoology.
Prof. Hayes; Prof. Jones, and
Prof. Marckwardt were appointed
to succeed themselves.

Readership
Study Gives
New Data
Adult newspaper readers are in
direct proportion to the national
educational level, according to the
results of a recent survey research
study,
The survey, taken from a scien-
tifically selected random sample
of Wayne, Macomb and Oakland
County adults, found that more
than one-fourth of the population
with only six years or less of for-
mal education did not read news-
papers.
Detroit Area Study Director
Harry Sharp said that the slightly
higher proportion of non-readers
for Detroit residents over 60 years
old is probably due more to edu-
cation than age. The survey re-
vealed that non-readership in the
60-and-over groups was about 14
per cent, compared to less than 7
per cent for the 21-to-60 group,
Differences in readership by
place of birth, income and occu-
pation of family head were rela-
tively small, and, the proportion
was identical for both sexes and
for whites and Negroes.
Most of the individuals ques-
tioned had definite positive or
negative views toward the daily
newspaper.
One person expressed the views
of many by saying, "It's the only
way to get ALL the news."
However, one pessimistic non-
reader had this to say: "I used to
read them, but don't any more,
There's nothing but murder, war
and sex in the papers these days."
Prof. G. L. West
Presents Paper
Prof. George L. West, Jr., of the
engineering college presented a
paper entitled "Introduction to
Computers and Their Use in
Marine Design and Operation,"
June 14, at a meeting of the Great
Lakes Section of the Society of
Naval Architects and Marine En-
gineers at Sandusky, Ohio.

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