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StaffPromtion ADMINISTRATION, FACULTY:
esident Announces Staff PromotionsrC
anges in Academic Titles Listed
and the Arts: Henry L. Bretton' chle (Zoology), and Glen R. Ras- School of Education: Sarita 1.
(Political Science), Louis I. Briggs mussen (Education). Davis, Frank W. Lanham (also see
(Geology), Hayden K. Carruth Law School: Jack R. Pearce. Extension Service), and Walter S.
(Speech), Robert I. Crane (His- Medical School. Mathew Alpern Westerman, Jr.
tory), Samuel Krimm (Physics), (Ophthalmology), Dr. Leonard F. Extension Service: Frank W.W
James C. MacDonald (Journal- Bender (Physical Medicine and Lanham (Vocational Educationi
ism), Jack E. McLaughlin (Mathe- Rehabilitation), Dr. Edward F. and Practical Arts -- also see;
I matics), Warren E. Miller (Politi- Domino (Pharmacology), Robert School of Education).
I cal Ccience), Ross N. Pearson (Ge- W. Doty (Physiology), Dr. Robert Flint College: Marion Ross (Eco-
P ography), Yao Shen (Chinese and C. Hendrix (Pathology:), Dr. nomics).
- of English), Frederick E. Smith George H. Koepke (Physical Medi- Medical School. Dr. Richard J.
(Zoology), Robert C.. Taylor cine and Rehabilitation), Donald Allen (Pediatrics and Communic-
i (Chemistry), and Warren H. Wag- J. Merchant (Bacteriology), able Diseases), Floyd Beck (Phar-
I ner, Jr. (Botany). Charles S. Simons (Radiation macology), Dr. Donald R. Bennett
College of Engineering: James Physics), and Albert H. Wheeler (Pharmacology), Dr. William W.
. R. Black (Electrical);, Harm Bun- (Bacteriology). Coon (Surgery), Eugene E. Dek-
I ing, (Aeronautical), Chiao-Min School of Music: Marian A. ker (Biological Chemistry), Dr.
f Chu (Electrical), Donald N. Cort- Owen (Piano). George DeMuth (Pediatrics and
right (Civil), Donald C. Douglas TO ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Communicable Diseases), Donald
(Drawing), Robert S. Heppinstall College of Literature, Science H. Enlow (Anatomy), Harold F.
f (Drawing), Edward E. Hucke and the Arts: David J. Bordua Hardman (Pharmacology), Dr.
(Metallurgical), Frank E. Legg, (Sociology), James W. Downer John T. Hayes (Surgery), Edward
- Jr. (Civil), Alfred W. Lipphart (English), Hubert M. English, Jr. C. Heath (Bacteriology), Dr. Ruth
n (Drawing), Harold J. McFarlan (English), Benno G. Fricke (Psy- Heyn (Pediatrics and Communic-
(Civil), William ?.irsky (Mechani- chology), Floyd F. Gray (French), able Diseases), Dr. B. Jay Hill
i cal), Edward L. Page (Industrial), John A. Hanson, Jr. (Greek and (Radiology), Robert L. Hunter
I. Thomas M. Sawyer (English), Latin), Alan B. Howes (English), (Anatomy), Dr. Richard D. Judge
- Charles B. Sharpe (Electrical), Arnold S. Kaufman (Philosophy), (Internal Medicine), Raymond H.
- Robert P. Weeks (English), and William C. Kelly (Geology), Don- Kahn (Anatomy), William E. M.
. Edward A. Yates (Mechanics). ald M. Maynard, Jr. (Zoology), Lands (Biological Chemistry), Dr.
College of Architecture and De- James V. McConnell (Psychology), George W. Morley (Obstetrics and
- sign: Philip C. Davis (Design, Stanley I. Mellon (History), Gynecology), William G. Robinson
- Glenn G. Mastin (Architecture), Charles F. Powers (Zoology), Jacob (Biological Chemistry), Paul A.
Willard A. Oberdick (Architec- M. Price (History), and Mark Rondell (Psysiology), and Dr. Nor-
I. ture), Edward V. Olyencki (Archi- Spilka (English), man S. Talner (Pediatrics and
h tecture), Frede Vidar (Drawing College of Engineering: Glen V. Communicable Diseases).
r, and Painting) and Richard H. Berg (Civil), Robert E. Frese School of Music: Frank S. Still-
n1 Wilt (Art). (Electrical), Harvey L. Garner ings (Theory) ,and Richard D.
School of Business Administra- (Electrical), Warne C. Holcombe Miller (Voice).
: tion: Dallas L. Jones (Industrial (English), Tariq B. Khammash School of Nursing: Margaret M.
Relations), and C. James Pilcher (Mechanics), Ralph W. Kraft, Jr. Martin (Nursing), and Marjorie
(Finance-also promoted assistant Metallurgical), Joseph C. Mazur M. Murphy (Nutrition).
, to the dean. (Mechanical), Richard J. Ross School of Public Health: Rich-
- School of Dentistry: Dr. Gerald (English), and William L. Wain- ard D. Remington (Public Health
- T. Charbeneau and Dr. Emmett wright (Mechanics). Statistics).
R. Costich. College of Architecture and De- TO ASSOCIATE SUPERVISOR
y School of Education: Ronald S. sign: Joseph J. Wehrer (Archi- (Equivalent to Assistant Professor)
Anderson, Lowell W. Beach and tecture). Physical Education for Women:
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Carter has been made professor
of library science, Moyne L. Cub-
bage will become a lecturer in
speech instead of an instructor;
George W. Greey, associate super-
visor in physical education for
men, will also be assistant profes-
sor of physical education in the
education school and Stewart
Hulslander, formerly lecturer in
vocational guidance in the Ex-
tension Service, has been made an
assistant professor of vocational
Extension Service Changes
There- were three title changes
in Extension Service. Alfred W.
Storey has been made supervisor
of lectures, conferences and in-
stitutes. Marlan B. Small is now
conference supervisor and Russell
A. Pointer becomes assistant su-
pervisor of the real estate pro-
There were three title changes
in University Relations. Andrew
June 28 International student Asso-
ciation, membership social and dance,
8-12 p.m., Lane Hall.
June 29 Graduate Outing Club,
swimming, hiking, volley ball 2 p.m.
Meet~ in back of Rackham.
M. Doty is now assistant director, in the U n i v e r s i t y Library. Librarian III and Mary E. Roll-
Davis S. Pollock has become su- Changed to Divisional Librarian man's new title is Reference Li-
pervisor of community services IV were Marjory H. Drake. Rose- brarian IV. Still another title
and James D. Shortt, Jr., now Grace Faucher and Veo Gladys change affects Constance I. San-
has the title of supervisor of state Foster. chez who is now Divisional Li-
services. Changed to Catalog Librarian II brarian I.
Bette L. Prater. "
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