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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Goenera sp"risonad on-
trol of all University policy and
expenditures of funds is done by
the eight popularly-elected Re-
gents.
The Regents are chosen-two at
a time-in the spring state elec-
tions for eight-year terms. In the
case of resignation or death of
one of the members, the Governor
appoints a substitute for the re-
mainder of -the term.
The Regents currently include
Roscoe 0. Bonisteel of Ann Arbor,
Leland I. Doan of Midland, Otto
E. Eckert of Lansing, Charles S.
Kennedy of Detroit, Eugene B.
Power of Ann Arbor, Carl Brablec
of Roseville, Irene E. Murphy of

Birmingham and Donald Thurber
of Grosse Pointe.
To Retire
Regents Bonisteel and Doan will
leave the board in January. They
will be replaced by Carl F. Mat-
thaei of Ann Arbor and William
K. McInally of Jackson, who were
elected to the board in April.
Ex-officio members of the board
are University President Harlan
Hatcher and Lynn M. Bartlett,
State Superintendent of Public In-
structiomt
The authority of the Regents is
conferred on them by the State
Constitution. The Regents also
have the power to elect a presi-

dent of the University, which they
have done eight times to date.
The day-to-day activities of the
University are conducted by-Presi-
dent Hatcher and his executive
officers, although final approval
on all matters rests with the Re-
gents.
Make Recommendations
All recommendations in the aca-
demic area originate within the
various schools and colleges and
are referred to the president and
the Regents by the dean of each
unit.
Vice - President and Dean of
Faculties Marvin L. Niehuss is
responsible for all instructional

and research programs and is the
University's chief officer in the
absence of the president.
Administrative Dean Robert
Williams works closely with Nie-
huss in the area of budget ad-
ministration of teaching and re-
search units.
Directs Finance
Vice-President in Charge of
Business and Finance Wilbur K.
Pierpont directs all the business
and financial affairs of the Uni-
versity, including plant expansion
and maintenance. Problems of
non-academic personnel also are
his responsibility. John McKevitt,
assistant to Pierpont, aids in plan-
ning the University's building pro-
grams.
Coordination of all student af-
fairs outside the academic area is
the responsibility of Vice-Presi-
dent for Student Affairs James A.
Lewis, Offices of Dean of Men
Walter B. Rea and Dean of Wom-
en Deborah Bacon come within
this area. Also under Lewis' office
are the International Center,'

Health Service. the admissions
office and the Bureau of Appoint-
ments.
Deals with Legislature
Vice-President William E. Stir-
ton directs University relations
with the state legislature, state
executive officers and industrial
and professional organizations. As-
sisting him in these areas is Rob-
ert Cross, administrative assistant
in the office of the vice-president.
Stirton is also Director of the
Dearborn Center which opens this
month for the first time.
University relations are directed
by Lyle Nelson. He is administra-
tively responsible for the Univer-
sity Relations Service, radio and
television broadcasting and alumni
relations. He works with the De-
velopment Council and the Board
in Control of Intercollegiate Ath-
letics. He also serves on the Board
in Control of Student Publications.
Erich Walter serves as assistant
to the president of the University
and is secretary to the University.

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