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THIRTEEN CHOSEN FOR NEXT YEAR'S FACULTY

Three Newcomers Hail from Far West, One from England--Five Math Men Also Appointed

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Thirteen appointments to the faculty, all effective next September, were announced today. Three of the newcomers are from California.

George W. Beadle of the California Institute of Technology has been named assistant professor of Genetics for three years. Charles G. Haines, professor of Political Science at the University of California, will become a lecturer on Government for a half year. Charles M. Harsh, also of the same university, will take the position of instructor in Psychology for one year.

Cocil M. Bowra, of Oxford University, will come here as a lecturer on Greek for a half year. Other one-year appointments are Heinz Werner, of the University of Michigan, who has received a position as lecturer on Psychology, Bernard O. Koopman, of Columbia University, who will become a lecturer on Mathematics, John K. Fairbank '29, who will be an instructor in History, and Charles E. Buchwald, G.E.S., who has been named an assistant in Electrical Engineering.

Five men have been made instructors in Mathematics for one year. Four of these are now graduate students here, including Ralph P. Boss, Jr. '33, Stanley B. Jackson '84, Otis E. Lancaster, and Herbert E. Robbins. The fifth is Holbrook M. MacNoille, PhD. '35.

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