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FRANK NEELY BRUCE, Assistant Professor of Music, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

BLAINE E. EDLEFSEN, Professor of Music, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

DANIEL L. K O H U T, Associate Professor of Music, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

'BRUNO NETTL, Professor of Music and of Anthropology in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, first semester, 1973-74, two-thirds pay.

Department of Theatre BERNHARD R. W O R K S, Associate Professor of Theatre, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

Department of Urban and Regional Planning SCOTT KEYES, Professor of Urban and Regional Planning, six months beginning July 1, 1973, full pay.

College of L a w 'PRENTICE H. MARSHALL, Professor of Law, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

CHARLES W. QUICK, Professor of Law, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

J. NELSON YOUNG, Professor of Law, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

Leave subsequently cancelled.

• Subsequently resigned from the University.

1973] UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 219 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Department of Anthropology DOUGLAS BUTTERWORTH, Associate Professor of Anthropology, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

REINER T. ZUIDEMA, Associate Professor of Anthropology, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

Department of Astronomy JULIUS H. CAHN, Associate Professor of Astronomy, and of Electrical Engineering and of Physics in the College of Engineering, academic year, 1973-74, onehalf pay.

School of Chemical Sciences RUSSELL S. DRACO, Professor of Chemistry, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

GILBERT P. HAICHT, JR., Professor of Chemistry, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

KENNETH L. RINEHART, J R., Professor of Chemistry, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

Department of the Classics MIROSLAV MARCOVICH, Professor of Classics, second semester, 1973-74, two-thirds pay.

LUITPOLD WALLACH, Professor of Classics, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

Department of English DANIEL CURLEY, Professor of English, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

GEORGE H. DOUGLAS, Assistant Professor of Business and Technical Writing in English, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

J O H N ANDREW DUSSINGER, Associate Professor of English, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

GEORGE HENDRICK, Professor of English and Head of the Department, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

LAURENCE H. JACOBS, Assistant Professor of English, first semester, 1973-74, onehalf pay.

W. DAVID KAY, Assistant Professor of English, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

CARY R. NELSON, Assistant Professor of English, first semester, 1973-74, one-half pay.

GEORGE SCOUFFAS, Associate Professor of English, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

CHARLES H. SHATTUCK, Professor of English, second semester, 1973-74, two-thirds pay.

Division of English as a Second Language ELOISE C. ENATA, Assistant Professor of English, academic year, 1973-74, onehalf pay.

Department of French A. O W E N ALDRIDGE, Professor of Comparative Literatures (French), first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

Department of Geography J O H N A. JAKLE, Associate Professor of Geography, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

Department of Geology FRED A. DONATH, Professor of Geology and Head of the Department, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

'GEORGE DEVRIES KLEIN, Professor of Geology, second semester, 1973-74, one-half PayLeave subsequently cancelled.

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Department of History JOSEPH L. LOVE, Associate Professor of History, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

ROBERT M. MCCOLLEY, Associate Professor of History, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

J O H N P. M C K A Y, Associate Professor of History, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

RICHARD E. MITCHELL, Associate Professor of History, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

RICHARD C. TREXLER, Assistant Professor of History, first semester, 1973-74, onehalf pay; leave contingent upon receipt of supplementary financial aid.

HOWARD J. WECHSLER, Assistant Professor of History and in the Center for Asian Studies, first semester, 1973-74, two-thirds pay.

School of Life Sciences FAKHRI A. BAZZAZ, Associate Professor of Botany and of Forestry in the College of Agriculture, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

Department of Mathematics ROBERT G. BARTLE, Professor of Mathematics, second semester, 1973-74, two-thirds pay.

BRUCE CARL BERNDT, Associate Professor of Mathematics, academic year, 1973-74, one-half pay.

RICHARD L. BISHOP, Professor of Mathematics, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

HAROLD G. DIAMOND, Professor of Mathematics, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

CARL G. JOCKUSCH, JR., Associate Professor of Mathematics, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

DEREK J. S. ROBINSON, Associate Professor of Mathematics, academic year, 1973-74, one-half pay.

ELLIOT CARL WEINBERG, Associate Professor of Mathematics, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

Department of Philosophy CHARLES E. CATON, Professor of Philosophy, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

Department of Political Science STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS, Associate Professor of Political Science, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

RICHARD L. MERRITT, Professor of Political Science and Research Professor of Communications in the College of Communications, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.





T H O M A S PAGE, Associate Professor of Political Science and in Institute of Government and Public Affairs, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

ROBERT E. SCOTT, Professor of Political Science and Associate Director of Center for International Comparative Studies, academic year, 1973-74, one-half pay.

MARVIN G. WEINBAUM, Associate Professor of Political Science, academic year, 1973-74, one-half pay.

Department of Psychology LESLIE B. COHEN, Associate Professor of Psychology and Research Associate Professor in Children's Research Center, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

JAMES H. DAVIS, Professor of Psychology, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

MORTON WAGMAN, Professor of Psychology and Clinical Counselor in Psychological and Counseling Center, six months from February 15, 1974, full pay.

Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures TEMIRA A. PACHMUSS, Professor of Russian, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

Department of Sociology FREDERICK C. FLIEGEL, Professor of Sociology and Head of the Department, and Professor of Rural Sociology in Agricultural Economics in the College of Agriculture, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

1973] UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 221 Department of Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese 'J. H. D. ALLEN, Professor of Spanish and Portuguese, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

THOMAS C. MEEHAN, Associate Professor of Spanish, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

Department of Speech HENRY L. MUELLER, Professor of Speech, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

Library NARINDAR K. ACCARWAL, Bibliographer and Associate Professor of Library Administration, six months beginning September 1, 1973, full pay.

JOAN E. VAN NORD, University High School Librarian and Associate Professor of Library Administration, one year beginning September 1, 1973, one-half pay.

College of Physical Education Department of Physical Education ALYCE TAYLOR CHESKA, Professor of Physical Education, academic year, 1973-74, one-half pay.

KING J. MCCRISTAL, Professor of Physical Education, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

Jane Addams Graduate School of Social Work SHIRLEY H. WATTENBERG, Associate Professor of Social Work, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

College of Veterinary Medicine Department of Veterinary Biological Structure LORENZ E. ST. CLAIR, Professor of Veterinary Anatomy and Histology, six months beginning February 1, 1974, full pay.

Department of Veterinary Pathology and Hygiene PAUL R. FITZGERALD, Professor of Veterinary Parasitology, of Veterinary Pathology and Hygiene, and of Veterinary Research in the College of Agriculture, six months beginning January IS, 1974, full pay.

JOSEPH SIMON, Professor of Veterinary Pathology and Hygiene and of Veterinary Research in the College of Agriculture, six months beginning June IS, 1973, full pay.

Health Service ARTHUR NIKELLY, Clinical Psychologist and Associate Professor of Health Sciences, six months beginning July 21, 1973, full pay.

College of Dentistry Medical Center Department of Operative Dentistry MARVIN B. WEISS, Professor of Operative Dentistry, six months beginning November 1, 1973, full pay.

College of Medicine The Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine Department of Pathology HUBERT R. CATCHPOLE, Research Professor of Pathology, three months beginning December 20, 1973, full pay.

Leave subsequently cancelled.

222 [March 21

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School of Basic Medical Sciences at the Medical Center Department of Anatomy HERBERT R. BARGHUSEN, Associate Professor of Anatomy and of Oral Anatomy in the College of Dentistry, six months beginning September 1, 1973, full pay;

leave contingent upon receipt of supplementary financial aid.

PIERSON J. V A N ALTEN, Associate Professor of Anatomy, one year beginning September 1, 1973, one-half pay; leave contingent upon receipt of supplementary financial aid.

Department of Pharmacology EVERETT W. MAYNERT, Professor of Pharmacology, six months beginning March 1, 1974, full pay.

Department of Physiology ROBERT F. LOIZZI, Associate Professor of Physiology, six months beginning November 1, 1973, full pay.

College of Nursing Department of Public Health Nursing VIRGINIA M. OHLSON, Professor of Public Health Nursing and Head of the Department in the College of Nursing, Professor of Preventive Medicine and Community Health in the College of Medicine and Professor of Health Administration in the School of Public Health, six months beginning March 1, 1974, full pay.

Chicago Circle College of Architecture and Art Department of Architecture CHARLES B. GENTHER, Professor of Architecture, fall and winter quarters, 1973three-fourths pay.

H I N M A N L. P. KEALY, Associate Professor of Architecture, academic year, 1973one-half pay.

GEORGE J. MEGAREFS, Professor of Structural Engineering in Architecture, spring quarter, 1973-74, full pay.

Department of Art W A Y N E A. BOYER, Associate Professor of Art, winter and spring quarters, 1973three-fourths pay.

Department of History of Architecture and Art HOWARD F. KOEPER, Professor of History of Architecture and Art, winter and spring quarters, 1973-74, three-fourths pay.

College of Business Administration Department of Economics ROBERT D. AUERBACH, Assistant Professor of Economics, spring quarter, 1973-74, full pay.

WILLIAM D. GRAMPP, Professor of Economics, fall and winter quarters, 1973-74, three-fourths pay.

RICHARD F. KOSOBUD, Professor of Economics, winter quarter, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of Marketing ROBERT E. WEIGAND, Professor of Marketing and Head of the Department, spring quarter, 1973-74, full pay, or winter quarter, 1973-74, full pay.

College of Education HARRIET TALMAGE, Associate Professor of Education, winter and spring quarters, 1973-74, three-fourths pay.

1973] UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 223 College of Engineering Department of Energy Engineering JOHN H. KIEFF.R, Professor of Energy Engineering and of Chemistry in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, academic year, 1973-74, one-half pay.

EDWARD S. PIERSON, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering in Energy Engineering and Associate Head of the Department, academic year, 1973-74, one-half pay, or winter and spring quarters, 1973-74, three-fourths pay; full year leave is contingent upon receipt of supplementary financial aid.

Department of Information Engineering C. K. SANATHANAN, Professor of Information Engineering, fall quarter, 1973-74, full pay.

Department of Materials Engineering OTTO ERNST WIDERA, Associate Professor of Engineering Mechanics in Materials Engineering, academic year, 1973-74, one-half pay.

Department of Systems Engineering EDWARD J. CALDARIO, Assistant Professor of General Engineering in Systems Engineering, winter and spring quarters, 1973-74, three-fourths pay.

College of Liberal A r t s and Sciences Department of Anthropology MERWYN S. GARBARINO, Associate Professor of Anthropology, winter quarter, 1973-74, and winter quarter, 1974-75, three-fourths pay.

'CHARLES P. WARREN, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, academic year, 1973one-half pay, or fall and winter quarters, 1973-74, three-fourths pay; full year leave is contingent upon receipt of supplementary financial aid.

Department of Biological Sciences 'SIDNEY F. GLASSMAN, Professor of Biological Sciences, academic year, 1973-74, one-half pay; leave contingent upon receipt of supplementary financial aid.

HELENE N. GUTTMAN, Professor of Biological Sciences, academic year, 1973-74, one-half pay.

STANLEY K. SHAPIRO, Professor of Biological Sciences, spring quarter, 1973-74, full pay.

Department of Chemistry RICHARD L. CARLIN, Professor of Chemistry, academic year, 1973-74, one-half pay.

Department of Classics E D W I N B. LEVINE, Professor of Classics and Head of the Department, fall and winter quarters, 1973-74, three-fourths pay.

Department of English BEVERLY FIELDS, Associate Professor of English, spring quarter, 1973-74, full pay.

GLORIA G. FROMM, Associate Professor of English, fall quarter, 1973-74, threefourths pay.

FALK S. JOHNSON, Professor of English, winter quarter, 1973-74, full pay.

ALEXANDER KARANIKAS, Professor of English, spring quarter, 1973-74, full pay.

GARY R. KIRBY, Assistant Professor of English, fall quarter, 1973-74, full pay (resigned—September 1, 1973).

J O H N H. MACKIN, J R., Associate Professor of English, spring quarter, 1973-74, full pay.

MARY THALE, Associate Professor of English, winter quarter, 1973-74, threefourths pay.

MAURITA F. WILLETT, Professor of English, spring quarter, 1973-74, full pay.

Leave subsequently cancelled.

224 [March 21

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Department of French FRANKLIN P. SWEETSER, Associate Professor of French, spring quarter, 1973-74, full pay.

MARIE-ODILE SWEETSER, Associate Professor of French, spring quarter, 1973-74, full pay.

Department of Geography DAVID M. SOLZMAN, Associate Professor of Geography, academic year, 1973-74, one-half pay.



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