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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THIRTEEN

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THIRThEN

AT REGENTS MEETING:
'U' Accepts Gifts, Bequests

The Regents accepted gifts,
grants and bequests totaling $1,-
018,899 at their meeting June 12.
The largest gift was $500,000
from the estate of the late Stan-
ley D. McGraw of Detroit. This
amount represents a second par-
tial distribution of the Univer-
sity's share of the residue of this
estate.
Last May the Regents had ac-
cepted $505,014.88 representing
the first distribution from the es-
tate. Of the second partial distri-
bution, $250,000 will be added to
the Stanley D. McGraw Student
Loan Fund (established a year
ago with $200,000) and the re-
maining $250,000 will be deposit-
ed in the Stanley D. McGraw
Scholarship Fund, established a,
year ago with $305,014.88 from the
estate.
Add to Funds
Included in the overall total ac-
cepted by the Regents was $285,-
347.49 representing additions to
49 existing, funds. Biggest item
in this group was $194,784.77
given by miscellaneous donors to
the Michigan Alumni Fund from
Nov. 1, 1958 through April 30,
1959.
The cumulative total of gifts to
the Michigan Alumni Fund has
now reached $1,183,300.05.
Student aid also figured. in the
$164,275 accepted from the Treas-
urer of the United States for stu-
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dent loans under the National De-
fense Act.
The American Council on Edu-
cation has, given $20,650 to sup-
port the work of a Survey of Den-
tal Education by Prof. William R.
Mann of the dentistry school.
This survey is being made under
the direction of ACE's Commis-
sion on the Survey of Dentistry in
the United States.
Accept Grants
Three grants totalling $18,460
were accepted from Ford Founda-
tion. One for $9,000 is for partial
support of an Institute in Practi-
cal Partisan Politics scheduled for
the summer, while one of $5,400
is the Japanese Studies Student
Aid Fund and $4,060 for the Near
E a s t e r n Studies Student Aid
Fund.
The Regents accepted $7,500
from the Foundation for Research
on Human Behavior of Ann Ar-
bor, to help support a fall survey
of consumer attitudes and expec-
tations under the direction of
Prof. George Katona of the psy-
chology and economics depart-
ments and the Survey Research
Center.
A total of $5,500 was accepted
from Dow Chemical Company,
Midland, with $2,500 for a fellow-
ship in chemical engineering, $2,-
500 for the Edgar C. Britton fel-
lowship in organic chemistry and
$500 to establish a scholarship in
metallurgy.
Give Fellowships
Campbell-Ewald Foundation,
Detroit, has made a grant of $4,-
400 with $2,200 to support four
training fellows in journalism un-
der the direction of Prof. Wesley
H. Maurer, chairman of the jour-
nalism department, and $2,200 for
four training fellows in advanced
design under Prof. Donald Gooch
of the architecture college.
From Standard Oil Foundation,
Inc., Chicago, the Regents ac-
cepted $3,000 for a fellowship in
chemical engineering.
The Charles R. Rein Memorial
Fund of the Aaron Brown Educa-
tional Foundation, Inc, New York
City, has given $2,400 to establish
the Charles R. Rein fellowship in
dermatology.
A total of $2,000 was accepted
from the Detroit University Club,
with. $1,000 for the University
Bands Assistance Fund and $1,000
for use by the Men's Glee Club on
their centennial trip to Europe.
Accept Class Gift
The Regents accepted $1,200
from Lederle Laboratories Divi-
sion, American Cyanamid Com-
pany, Pearl River, N. Y., for medi-
cal student research fellowships.
From the Undergraduate Class
of 1959 at the University, the Re-
gents accepted $1,000 fpr the
Harlan Hatcher Fund. The fund
is for use at the discretion of the
president of the University.
Arthur Young & Company
Foundation, Inc., Chicago, has
given $1,000 for summer ,scholar-
ships to be awarded to one or
more junior members of the ac-
counting faculty who are pursu-
ing work towards a Doctor of
Philosophy degree.
Asia Society,Inc., New York
City, has given $1,000 for the
Summer Session Workshop on
Asia.
There were two non-monetary
gifts. Prof. Benjamin W. Wheeler
of the history department, has

given a collection of 1,500 volumes
on European history and histori-
ography, valued at $3,200, to the
University Library. Residents of
Fisher House and Blagdon House
in Mary Butler Markley Hall have
given a silver tea service, valued
at $129.
Institute Set
For Mayors'
The 1959 Institute. for Mayors
and Councilmen will be held here
Thursday at the Rackham grad-
uate school.
About 75 people are expected to
attend the conference, sponsored
by the Institute of Public Admin-
istration, the University Exten-
sion Service and the Michigan
Municipal League.
Registration, at 9:30 a.m. in the
lobby of the Rackham Bldg., will
be followed by a general assem-
bly at 10 a.m. in the Amphithea-
tre. Mayor Herbert C. Fowle of
Hillsdale wil preside, and Prof.
James K. Pollock, chairman of
the political science department,
will welcome Institute partici-
pants. Prof. Arthur W. Bromage
of the political science depart-
ment will speak on "The Role of
the Councilman."
Miller To Speak
Prof. N. Edd Miller of the
speech department, associate di-
rector of the Summer Session, will
discuss "Parliamentary Proce-
dure" at 11:15 a.m.
Luncheon, at 12:15 p.m. in the
Anderson Room of the Union, will
be presided over by Mayor Glenn
S. Allen, Jr., of Kalamazoo, pres-
ident of the Michigan Municipal
League. Luncheon speaker will be
attorney Carl W. Forsythe, dis-
cussing "Personal Liabilities of
Mayors and Councilmen."
Assembly Set
Councilman Charles F. Ives of
Grosse Pointe Park will preside
over a general assembly at 2:15
p.m. in the Rackham Amphi-
theatre. "The Property Tax Sys-
tem of Michigan" will be the topic
of a speech by Albert E. Champ-
ney, director of the Wayne Coun-
ty Bureau of Taxation.
Two sessions on "Financing
Municipal Improvements" will
follow at 3:15 p.m. S t r a t t o n
Brown, Detroit attorney, will dis-
cuss "Bond Financing,"

Conference
On English
To Be Held
The first lecture in a conference
series for teachers of English was
delivered yesterday by Joseph
Mersand, president of the Nation-
al Council of the Teachers of
English.
The chairman of the Jamaica
High School English department
in New York City opened the con-
ference on the basic problems in
high school English teaching with
a talk on "Teaching the Appre-
ciation of Literature."
The series, which is open to the
general public, is scheduled for 4
p.m. each Monday through July
27 in Auditorium C, Angell Hall.
Concurrent Course
A proseminar in "The Teaching
of English" taught by Prof. Carle-
ton F. Wells of the English de-
partment is being offered con-
currently. The course carries two
hours of credit and meets from 2
to 4 p.m. Tuesdays and Thurs-
days.
A panel discussion of "What
Constitutes Adequate Preparation
for College English?" will be fea-
tured next Monday. Panel mem-
bers will be Nelle A. Driese, fac-
ulty member of Fordson High
School, Dearborn; Ray Mac-
Loughlin of the Trenton High,
School faculty; Nicholas Schrieb-
er, principal of Ann Arbor High
School and Prof. William R.
Steinhoff, chairman of freshman
English at the University.
Jameson Set
"Evaluation: Useful and Use-
less Tests" will be the topic dis-
cussed by Robert U. Jameson July
6. He is chairman of the English
department, of the Haverford
School, Haverford, Pa., and direc-
tor of reading for the College En-
trance Examination Board Ad-
vanced Placement Program.
Isabel S. Gordon of the English
department at Bronx High School
of Science, New York City,will
talk on "Release from the Lock-
step : The Advanced Placement
Program in English" on July - 13.
On July 20 the conference series
will feature Floyd Rinker, exec-
utive director of the Council for a
Television Course in the Human-
ties for Secondary Schools, Inc.,
will discuss "A TV Course in the
Humanities for Secondary
Schools."
The final lecture, on July 27,
will be "Teaching the Poem: A
Demonstration Class" delivered
by Prof. Arthur J. Carr of the
English department.

WELCOME STUDENTS!
"Lower your ears
Raise your ego"
T.V.-F.M.

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