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Brandeis University Appoints Faculty Members; Will Open in October with 135 Students

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The appointment of eight scholars to the faculty of Brandeis University at nearly Waltham, was announced here today by George Alpert, president of the Board of Trustees. The first semester will begin on October 11 with an enrollment of 135 students, the announcement said.

The eight appointees of the Jewish-sponsored, non-sectarian secular institution include Ludwig Lewisohn, noted author, who will teach comparative literature. The others are: Prof. Milton Hindus of the University of Chicago; Dr. David S. Berkowitz, associate professor of history; Dr. Osborne Earle, assistant professor of English; Mrs. Lois Rossignol, assistant professor of speech; Dr. Aron Gurwitsch, assistant professor of mathematics; Stuart A. Mayper, instructor in chemistry, and William Leibowitz, assistant librarian. Other faculty appointment will be made public soon, the announcement said.

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