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July 23, 1958 - Image 8

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Regents Accept Gifts, Grants Tota

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Carnegie Corporation of New
York has given $54,000 towards
support of the honors program in
the literary college. The grant will
help finance consultation with
schools regarding the handling of
superior students, permit an eval-
uation of the honors program now
available from the freshman
through the senior year, and per-
mit the final planning and pre-
sentation of an interdisciplinary
course in the natural sciences.
Grants totalling $51,099.75 were
accepted from the Michigan Heart
Association, Detroit, with $4,200
for seven summer fellowships and
the balance for 11 research grants
and fellowships.
Accept Linguistics Grant
A grant of up to $26,000 was ac-
cepted from Rockefeller Founda-
tion for training in linguistics for
Egyptian teachers of English.
From the estate of Erasmus C.
Lindley, New York City, the Re-
gents accepted $25,000 to establish
the Lindley Scholarship fund. In-
come from the fund is to be used
to help worthy and needy law stu-
dents.
Lawrence J. Montgomery of

Battle Creek has made another
grant of $25,000 to give assistance
to deserving medical students to
help them further their education
and research.
Wayne Gives $16,250
Th: Regents accepted a grant
of $16,250 from Wayne State Uni-
versity for the 'Institute of Labor
and Industrial Relations.
From the estate of Helen N.
Joy, Detroit, the Regents accepted
$10,000 for the Helen N. Joy Aid
for Newberry House Residents
Fund. An additional sum of $3,500
from the Helen Newberry Joy
Fund, was accepted for the same
purpose.
The Educational Television and
Radio Center of Ann Arbor has
made two grants totalling $10,100
for the production of radio shows
at WUOM, the University's FM
radio station. A grant of $3,100 is
for the production of a series en-
titled "News in the 20th Century"
and $7,000 is for a series entitled
"American Composers' 20 Century
Almanac."
The Regents accepted $10,000
from Charles Lathrop Pack Fores-
try Foundation, Sea Girt, N. J.,

representing the last payment on
a 10-year grant providing for the
establishment of a program of
study in the School of Natural Re-
sources leading to a master's de-
gree in conservation.
Kellogg Gives $10,000
The Kellogg Company of Battle
Creek has given $10,000 to be used
by Dr. H. M. Pollard of the medi-
cal school in a study of the role
of gluten in the absorption of'
food.
The Regents also accepted $7.-
500 from Whirlpool-Seeger Cor-
poration, St. Joseph, for the con-
tinuatalon of research by Dr. John
M. Sheldon on the effect of ioni-
zation upon anaphylaxis (exces-
sive susceptibility, especially .to
foreign proteins) and allergy.
From the estate of Louella Cha-
pin, Chicago, ill., the Regents ac-
cepted $7,037.16 to establish the
Louella Chapin Fund.
Miscellaneous donors have giv-
en $8,317.50 to the Simpson Me-
morial Institute Special Fund in
memory of Irving Blumberg of
Detroit.
Social Science Research Coun-
cil, New York City, has given $6,-

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125 for eight post-doctoral fellows
to study the Survey Research
Center's 1956 elections data and
prepare professional publications
based on this information.
From Gas Association
A grant of $6,000 for the Michi-
gan Gas Association Equipment
Purchase Fund was received from
the Michigan Gas Association of
Ann Arbor.
John and Mary F. Markle Poun-
dation, New York City has given
$6,000 for the foundation's schol-
arship in medical science.
Two grants totalling $6,000 were
accepted from Parke, Davis and
Company, Detroit, with $3,000
designated to establish a fellow-
ship in pharmacology and $3,000
for pharmacology research, under
the direction of Dr. M. H. Seevers,
Fhairman of the, pharmacology
department.
Two grants totalling $5,480
were accepted from Procter &
Gamble Company, Cincinnati, O.,
with $3,430 for a fellowship in
chemistry and $2,050 for a fel-
lowship in engineering.
Subscription Giyen
A grant of $5,000 from Owens-
Illinois Glass Company, Toledo,
was accepted to cover a one year's
subscription to the Industry Pro-
gram of the College of Engineer-
ing.
Kenneth H. Campbell Founda-
tion for Neurological Research,
Grand Rapids, has given $5,000
for research by the Department
of Neurology in the medical
school.'
From Lilly Endowment, Inc., In-
dianapolis, Ind., the Regents ac-
cepted $5,000 for support of a con-
ference on the appraisal of teach-
ing in large universities.
The Regents also accepted $4,-
800 from Josiah Macy, Jr., Foun-
dation of New York City, repre-
senting the annual payment on a
grant in support of a program of
scholarships in the M e d i c a 1
School.
From the C a m p b e 1l-Ewald
Foundation, Detroit, the Regents
accepted a total of $4,400 with $2,-
200 for four journalism fellows
and $2,200 for four fellows in ad-
vertising design during the
months of July and August.
Accept Playtex Park Payment
A second, semi-annual payment
of $4,125 was accepted from Play-
tex Park Research Institute, of
New York City for metabolite ex-
cretion research work under the
direction of Dr. Makepeace U.
Tsao, of the Department of Pedi-
atrics and Communicable Dis-
eases.
Esso Research and Engineering
Company, Linden, N.J., has given
$4,000 for the Esso Research and
Engineering Fellowship in mathe-
matics.

The Regents accepted a total e
$3,900 for the Faculty Resear&
Fund in Personnel Administratic
with the donors as follows: Foi
Motor Company, $1,000; Gener
Motors Corporation, $1.000; . D
troit Edison Company, $500; Up
John Company, $500; America
Seating Company, $300; Kellog
Company, $300: and Michiga
Bell Telephone Company, $300.
Receive Fellowship Money
The Regents accepted $3,81
from William S. Merrell Co., Cin
cinnati, O., for the Wm. S. Me
rell Fellowship in pharmaceutic
chemistry.
From the Upjohn Company, ti
Regents accepted two grants to
talling $3,150 with $2,400 for th
company's fellowship in pharmi
ceutical chemistry, and $750 fc
blood coagulation research by D
Ivan F. Duff of the Rackha
Arthritis Research Unit.
Universal-Cyclops Foundatior
Bridgeville, Pa., has given $3,50
to continue the Universal-Cyclop
Steel Corporation Fellowship
metallurgy.
Linde Company, division
Union Carbide Corporation, Tona
wanda, N.Y., has made a grantc
$3,100 for thecorporation's fe
lowship in chemical engineerin
Give Chemical Fellowship
From Gulf Research, and Dev
opment Company, Pittsburgh, Pa
the Regents accepted $3,125 for
fellowship in chemical engineer
ing.
Difco Laboratories, Inc., of De
troit, has given $2,964 for the Un
versity Hospital Serological Con
sultation Service.
The Regents accepted $2,85
from Standard Oil Company o
California for the company's 'fe
lowship, which provides a stiper
of $1,500 plus semester fees, an
a grant of $750 for the chemica
and metallurgical engineering de
partment.
Accept Electrochemistry Fund
A graduate fellowship in- elec
trochemistry will be financed wit
$2,800 given by the General Mo
tors Corporation Research Stf1
Two grants were accepted froi
Parke, Davis and Company wit
$1,525 designated for tissue cu
ture studies under the directic
of Dr. Donald J. Merchant of tI
medical school, and $1,250 for,sur
gical research.
Bristol Laboratories, Inc., Syra
cuse, N.Y., has given $2,500 as th
first installment of a total gran
of $5,000 for antispasmodic ri
search. under the direction of D
H. M. Pollard of the Departmen
of Internal Medicine.
Thirty-nine other gifts anj
grants of $100 or more, totallir
$28,798.37, and ranging 3
amounts from $100 to $2,500 wer
also accepted at the Regen
meeting.

Ann Arbor's 30th Annual

Bargain Days

Wednesday

& Thursday-July 23

& 24'

Bargains for the Entire Family

8 Municipal Parking Lots

- Gay Circus Atmosphere

Balloons for the Kiddies

Sponsored by
ANN ARBOR RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION

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INCE 148 ...

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BARGAIN DAYS' BIG SPECIAL
BIG "30" SALE

Wednesday

Thursday

BIG RGIN DAYS
OPEN WEDNESDAY UNTIL 8:30 P.M.
Discount on large selections
of new seasonable dress shirts,
sports shirts, swim trunks,
Bermuda shorts, summer
pajamas.
SLACKS, regular and summer
weight SPORTCOATS. SUITS, including
many summer cords and
new automatic wash and wear suits,

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