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THE MICHIGAN DAILV

rranted, Assignments Approved by Regents'

history at the Bologna Center of
the School of Advanced Interna-
tional Studies of John Hopkins
University. Prof. William B. Will-
cox was appointed as acting chair-
man of the department during
Prof. Ehrmann's leave.
Will Complete Book
Jacob M. Price of the history
department so that he may com-
plete his book on the Anglo-
American tobacco trade in the
17th and 18th centuries.
Prof. Charles J. Titus of the
mathematics department, so he
may serve as visiting professor
at the University of California at
Berkley. ,
Prof. Charles J. Smith of the
psychology department so he may
study and conduct research under
a Fulbright grant at the Univer-
sity of Pisa, Italy.
Joseph E. Matar and Bertram
Herzog of the engineering college

so they may accept National
Science Foundation Faculty Fel-
lowships.
Prof. Walter W. J. Gores of the!
architecture and design collegei
so he may take care of important
family business in California.
Second Semester Leaves
Three leaves were granted for
the second semester of 1958-59.
Sabbaticals were granted to
Prof. Paul G. Kauper of the Law
School to study constitutional law
in West Germany and to Prof.
Donald R. G. Brown of the busi..
ness administration school to or-
ganize and put into manuscript
formt marketing research he has
done in the past 25 years.
Mahinder S. Uberoi of the engi-
neering college was granted a
leave for the second semester to
study abroad under a Guggenheim
fellowship.
Dean A. C. Furstenburg of the

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Medical School was given leave
from Aug. 10 to Sept. 1, 1958 for a
vacation and a medical confer-
ence.
Sick leaves were granted to
Prof. Austin Warren of the Eng-
lish department, Prof. Harold M.
Levinson of the economics depart-
ment, Prof. George Gould Ross of
the architecture and design col-,
lege, and Prof. Horace J. Dodge of
the Medical School.
Leave Changed
The sabbatical leave granted to
Prof. James C. O'Neill of the
French department was changed
from the academic year 1958-59
to the second semester of 1958-59.
Off-campus duty assignments
were approved for Angus Camp-
bell, director of Survey Research
Center; Leslie Kish, head of the
sampling section of Survey Re-
search Center; Wilma T. Dona-
hue, director of the Division of
Gerontology in the Institute for
Human Adjustment, and two
members of the division's staff,
Harold L. Orbach and Mrs. Jean
C. Carroll.

White Gets
Alumi Job
President of the University
Alumni Association for the next
two years will be William T.
White, '24.
Elected at the recent alumni?
meeting, the 56 year old Ft. Wayne
businessman Will head an associa-
tion of more than 177,500 gradu-
ates and former students. The
Alumni Association has more than
240 U n i v e r s i t y Clubs located
throughout the United States and
the world.
White has held offices, includ-
ing president, in both the Ft.
Wayne alumni club and the Alum-
ni Association's Fifth District,
which includes Indiana, Illinois,
Wisconsin and Kentucky.
As a student, White's activities
included varsity baseball manager
and Druids senior honorary so-
ciety. He was a member of Zeta
Psi social fraternity.
From 1952-54, he was president
of the Michigan Athletic Mana-
gers Club.

Instruments Accessories
Adjustments Repairs
MASTER BOW REPAIRING
HASKAYLO's STRING SHOP
Fine Workmanship Has Its Voice
308 SO. STATE STRE
NOrmandy 3-3875 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGA

WELCOME BACK
STUDENTS
We greet you with our
Tuesday
Clearance

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you'll enjoy it more
in
Clh pols

group SPRING COATS,
SUITS and Better Dresses
of all kinds.
originally were
29.95 to 45.00
Today $2300
group DRESSES
of oll kinds including
evening and cocktail
dresses
10.00
orig. were 12.95 to 25.00

group BETTER DRESSES
- SUITS - Carcoats -
Rain and Shine coats
14.98
Many orig. were 29.95
at L73.9
Better HATS many orig.
inally - 8.95. Long, short
and strapless Bras. Nylon,
Dacron and Cotton Blous-
es, Handbags. Better Jew-
elry and Rings at 1.98.
Hats, Bras, Handbags,
Cotton Blouses, Shorts
and Jewelry

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and good-'n-lacy times
soles and the coolness of
se, black.

For lightest sailing thru' summer chores
too... feet love those air-bubbly crepe s
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WELCOME
SUMMER STUDENTS
Come in and get acquainted with our Shops,
and inspect the Brand of Names you know
* Bobbie Brooks 0 Dalton
* Rose Crest Petti
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Study In Fashion.
Goodyear's extends a warm and friendly welcome to you

with new summer fashions for your casual campus look.
We have the nationally famous brand names you know and
trust. Be sure to come in soon to 124 S. Main Street. We
will be happy to be your fashion home-away-from-home.
GOODYEAR'S . . . Serving students with pleasure since 18 8S.

Old Friends to Greet Yot
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