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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Trt

RSDAY, JULY;

DEARBORN MEETING:
Regents Announce Faculty, Staff Appointments

The Board of Regents made 20
niversity appointments and
ranted five leaves of absence at
heir meeting Friday at Fair Lane
i Dearborn.
Prof. Finley Allison Hooper,
rof. Donald Allen Gilbert, and
rof. Merle Lawrence were ap-
ointed to the College of Litera-
ure, Science, and the Arts. Prof.
[ooper, of Michigan State Uni-
ersity, will be a visiting professor
or the fall semester.
Prof. Gilbert was appointed for
three-year term. He is a physi-
ist with the Atomic Energy Com-
iission. Prof. Lawrence will be a
onsultant to members of the psy-
hology department and to gradu-
,te students.
E. Wendell Hewson of the civil
ngineering department was ap-
binted to a full time professor-
hip. Other engineering college
,ppointments were Raymond Fred
dosher to professor of electrical
ngineering for a three-year per-
od, Prof. Paul Brock . for one
'ear in the electrical engineering
lepartment, and Chin T. Yang as

a professor of
neering.

mechanical engi-

There were six appointments at
the meeting to the medical school.
Dr. Henry K. Ranson was ap-
proved as chairman of the surgery
department. Dr. Frederick A.
Coller, who retired the first of this
Church Gets
Chairmianship.
Michael P. Church, supervisor
of special projects for the Univer-
sity Extension Service, has been
elected national chairman of the.
Committee on Arts of the National
University Extension Association.
Official notice of his election has
been received from Ernest Mc-
Mahon of Rutger University, pres-
ident of NUEA.
Church plans to promote ex-
change of faculty art work as one
of the committee's activities.

month, was made a consultant to
the Medical Administration.
Appointments were given to
Prof. Emeritus Udo J. Wile as a
research consultant and Prof.
Emeritus Howard H. Cummings to
consultant in postgraduate medi-
cine. Dr. Robert Wayne Baily and
Dr. Ian M. Thompson were also
given professorships in the medi-
cal school.
Dr. John Autian was appointed
profesor in the College of Phar-
macy.
Colonel Alfred Donald Belsma
of the air science department was
made chairman of the depart-
ment. Captain Philip W. Mother-
sill, Commanders Ralph W. Ban-
field, and Stanley M. Hirsch, and
Lieutenants Edgar L. Griffin, and
Jack Riley of Naval Science were
made professors in the depart-
ment.
Assistant to the President Dr.
Frank E. Robbins, was reappoint-
ed as editor of'the Quarterly Re-
view.
Five leaves of absence were also
approved.

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They were granted to Prof.
Gerald Mast of the school of
architecture and design, gerontol-
ogy department chairman Prof.
Wilma T. Donahue, Prof. Donald
A. Glaser, and to Dr. Paul W.
Gikes, and Dr. Peter Aliferis.
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Birkmaier:
Languages
Are Needed
"Today's students should learn
two or three different languages
and teachers should emphasize
reading and listening comprehen-
sion," Prof. Emma Birkmaier of
the University of Minnesota said
yesterday.
Prof. Birkmaier said it is the
responsibility of the foreign lan-
guage teacher to show students
how foreign languages can benefit
them, regardless of the vocation.,
Several schools throughout the
country have introduced a foreign
language program where the lan-
guages are begun in the third'
grade and continued through the
twelfth.
It is a challenge for the teacher
to keep her students motivated
through these years.
Prof Birkmaier said that a cen-
tral agency for this foreign lan-
guage program is needed now..
~U' Students
Get Awards'
Five scholarships averaging
$750 a year have been awarded to
University students from a grant
by Alfred P. Sloan Foundation of
New York.
The five are: Daniel N. Belin,
'59, Sioux City, Ia.; Larry Dean
Elliott, '59, Owosso; Jon David
Erickson, '59E, Kalamazoo; Mor-
ton GQldberg, '59, Detroit; and
Thomas Howard Kemp, '59E,
Royal Oak.

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Films
) French Film: "La Regle du Jeu" by
Jean Renoir. Aud. B, Angell Hall.
French film to be shown at 8:00 p.m.
Thurs., July 18. Admission free. Every-
one welcome.
Concerts
Carillon Recital by".Percival Price,
University Carillonneur, 6:30-7:15 p.m.,
Thurs., July 18, compostons and ar-
rangementsfor 3-octave carillon. (This
is another in the series of Thursday
evening recitals by Professor Price, usu-
ally performed beginning at 7:15. This
program has been scheduled earlier be-
cause of an outdoor concert by the
Summer Session Band.)
Student Recital: Joyce Noh, pianist,
in partial fulfillment of the require-
ments for the degree of Master of Mu-
sic at 8:30'p.m. Thurs., July 18, in the
Rackham Assembly Hall. A pupil of
Henning Dexter, Miss Noh will perform
works by Bach, Mozart, Debussy and
Schumann. Open to the general pub-
Uic.
Academic Notices
La Sociedad Hispanica of the Depart-
ment of Romance Languages will hold
its fourth weekly "Tertulia," South
Room, Michigan Union Cafeteria,
Thurs., July 18, 3:30 to 430 p.m. Fac-
ulty and stpdents meet together for
informal conversation and discussion
in Spanish. Refreshments available.
All interested are invited.
Classical Studies Coffee Hour: The
faculty, students, and friends of the
Department of Classical Studies are
cordially invited to a coffee hour on
Thurs., July 18, at 4 p.m., in the ast
Conference Room, Rackham Building.
P0ofssor Blake will present and dis-
cuss selections from his collection of
recordings of contemporary Greek mu-
sic.
A Seminar in Mathematical Statistics,
will meet on Thurs., July 18, at 4:00
p.m. In Room 3201, Angell Hall. Prof.
P. S. Dwyer will continue his discus-
sion of "Sampling from Finite Uni-
verses."
Doctoral Examination for John Gor-
don Redd, Education; thesis: "A Study
of Static Dynamometer Strength in
Boys 'ten to Twelve Years of Age,"
Mon., July 22, East Council Room,
Rackham Bldg., at 10:00 a.m. Chair-
man, P. A. 'Hunsicker.
Placement Notices
The following vacancies are listed
with the Bureau of Appointments for
the 1957-58 school year. They will not
e here to interview at this time.
Albion, Michigan -- Jr. High Social
Studies.
Alpena, Michigan-High School Eng-
lish/Journalism; C o 11 e g e, Freshman
English; Engineering/Technical Stu-
dies; Accounting/Economics; Librarian.
Avon Lake, Ohio - Elementary (1st,
2nd, 3rd); High School English/Speech;
High School English/Spanish; Jr. High
Mathematics.
Organization
Notices
Deutscher Verein: weekly meeting.
Dr. Doerte Mulert from Berlin will
speak on Berlin and East Germany (in
German), 7:30 p.m., Room 3-, Union,
Thurs., July 18.
* * *
Hillel: Israeli Folk Dancing, 8:00 p.m.,
July 18 at Hillel. Newcomers welcome.
Friday Evening Services, 7:30, July
19 at Hillel.
Supper Club, 6:00 p.m., July 21 at
Hillel. Call 3-4129 for reservations.
* * *
International Students Association:
Picnic, July 21 at Bishop Lake. Leave
International Center, 603 E. Madison at
10:00 a.m. Transportation provided if
necessary, games, swimming, entertain-
ment. American students invited to
meet meet students from other lands.
Interested people see Helen Tjotis, Rm.
18, Int'l Center, Ext. 3358. $1.00 per per-
son includes food and transportation.
* * *
Newman Club: Dance, July 19, 9:00 to
12:00. Refreshments, free.

Bellaire, Michigan - Business Edu-
cation.
Davenport, Iowa - Elementary (1st,
3rd, 5th,) Special Areas, Art/Science
(4th, 5th, 6th); Jr. High, Vocal Music;
Science/Mathematics; Industrial Arts
(Metal and Drafting) Sr. High, Coun-
seling; Latin; Journalism; Driver Edu-
cation Mathematics/Sophomore bas-
ketball coach or Social Studies/Sopho-
more basketball coach.
East Moline, Illinois - Home Econ-
omics.
Escanaba, Michigan - Elementary
(5th).
Glens Falls, New York - Sr. and Jr.
High Dramatics; Jr. High General Sci-
ence.
Hartford, Michigan - Elementary
(Kdg. 3rd); Jr. High Math/Science; Vo-
cal Music; Home Economics; English/
Social Studies.
Hume, Illinois - Elementary Music;
High School Coach; Jr. High Basketball
Coach/Social Science; High School
Principal/Science.
Ironwood, Michigan - College and
High School Biology; College and High
School Chemistry; Grade School Vocal;
Grade School Art; Late Elementary;
Special Education (Crippled Children).
Lansing, Michigan - Jr. High, Vocal,
Art; Women's Physical Education;
Commercial; Vocational.
Linden, California - Spanish, Typ-
ing.
Mount Prospect, Illinois - Elemen-
tary (1st).
Muskegon, Michigan - Minister of
Music.
North Branch, Michigan - Algebra/
Geometry/Adv. Math./Physics; Driver
Training; Industrial Arts; Later Ele-
mentary (6th); Jr. High English; Latin;
Jr. High Band and Chorus or Elemen-
tary Music.
Ontonagon, Michigan-Jr. High Eng-
lish; Elementary (1st, 2nd, 3rd).
Perrysburg, Ohio - Elementary Art.
Port Huron, Michigan - Early Ele-
mentary; Later Elementary (4th, 5th);
Jr. High General Science/Coach; High
School Chemistry; Jr. High Homemak-
ing/Supervisor of Noon Lunch.
Rockford, Illinois - Boy's Physical
Education/Biology; Business Education;
General Metals; Girls' Physical Educa-
tion (Also swimming and dancing);
Guidance Counsellor; Mathematics;
Physics/Earth Science/Physical Sci-
ence); Social Studies/Debate Coach;
Zoology/Biology. Jr. High English; In-
dustrial Arts (graphic arts, wood shop,
general math); Latin/Spanish; Social
Studies/English.Possibly Girls' Physical
Education. Special Education - Deaf;
Educable Mentally Handicapped;
Speech Correctionists; Visiting Social
Counsellors. Elementary (Kdg-6th).
Springfield, Vermont - 9th grade
English; 11th and 12th English; Princi-
pal/5th grade.
Wayland, Iowa - High School Foot-
ball, Basketball, Baseball Coach/Social
Studies; English; English/Speech; So-
cial Studies, Health, Science (6, 7,8)/
Jr: High Athletics.
Westfield, New Jersey - Sr. High
Mathematics; -Jr. High Art; Elementary
(2nd); Specialist (School Nurse).
For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
ministration Building, Normandy 3-1511
Ext. 489.

Personnel Requests:
Norris and Perne, Grand Rapids,
Mich., are interested in graduates in
Econ, BusAd., and Aectg. for training
in investment management.
Magnavox Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind., is
looking for an Acctg. graduate for a
job in the Tax Dept. Should have
military service over.
Roddis Plywod Corp., Marshfield,
Wis., has openings for Cost Account-
ants, and Mech, and Ind. E.
Tracerlab, Inc., Waltham, Mass., of-
fers opportunities in Engrg. and Devel-
opment to Electrical Engre., Mech.
Engrs. and Physicists.
Yieldmor Feeds, Inc., Piqua, Ohio,
is looking for Accountants.
Bethlehem Steel Co., Bethlehem, Pa.,
needs engineers in various fields for
the Central Technical Dept. of the
Shipbuilding Div. in Quincy, Mass. The
company is active in nuclear power
field.
Great Lakes Chem. Co., Filer City,
Mich., has an opening for a Chem. E.
with 2-5 years of experience in pilot
plant and/or process design.
For further information contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., ext. 3371.

BHASKAR AND SASHA -- Dance group will perform tomorrow.
Indian Dance Attraction
Opens Here Tomorrow
The supple Bhaskar, who has
made the Indian dance familiar to The mixture of athletics and
American audiences, opens at Hill art has introduced acrobatic style
AditoriumtomrrowwitSash into his dnaces. His lively per-
his skillful American partner, formances come closer to charac-
-n teristic Western extroversion, and
Reserved seats for the 8 p.m. he is undoubtedly responsible for
performance are available at Hill the prominence Indian dancers
Auditorium box office. now enjoy.
Bhaskar and Sasha come to Agility and movement mark
Ann Arbor after many successes Bhaskar's methods.
on television and stage. They have He can touch the back of his
appeared on "Producer's Show- hean th i oheteack of wih
case," "The Alcoa Hour," "Arlene a with his sole easily and with
Francis Home Show" and others
of equal calibre.
Performances at Carnegie Hail
and Brooklyn Academy brought
enthusiastic notices from Broad-
way reviewers.
Bhaskar won fame in India
where he played under the namefi
of Roy Chowdhury.
Son of India's foremost sculp-{
tor, D. P. Chowdhury, Bhaskar
first took up boxing but was sway
ed to dancing by his mother.
He still carries scars as memen-
tos of those earlier days. °
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