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Mel Anthony was unanimously approved as director of student services at Washtenaw Community College by the school's Board of Trustees as they met in a regular session at the college Administrative Center last night. Trustee Robert G. Forman was absent. Anthony is presently coördinator of firancial aids. As he assumes this newly authorized director position he will administer financial aids, job placement and student activities. Holding BA and MA degrees from the U-M, Anthony has had counseling experience at the Maxey Boys Training School, the University residence hall system and at WCC. Anthony, fuïïback on the U-M 1964-65 RoseboM squad, was appointed to the WCC faculty in 1967. Also amongpersonnel appointments, Donald Sims was transferred from the position of counselor, Guidance and Counseling División, tö admissions oöicer, Registrar's Office. The 10-month appointment was effective Oct. 20. Other f u 1 1 - 1 i in e faculty appointments approved were George S. Vrabel as job placement counselor in the Student Personnel Services División, Mrs. Marguerite Eaglin as counselor and Mrs. Susan LaFraugh as instructor in the Exact Science División with a specialty in mathematics. Vrabel has degrees from Western Michigan University and Wayne State University. He has worked as an Employment Counselor with the Michigan Employment Security Commission for two years. Mrs. Eaglin has BA and MA degrees from Eastern Michigan University and 15 years of experience in the Ypsilanti Public Schools. Currently working on ter doctórate in counseling, Mrs. Eaglin is a member at the Governor's Blue Ribbon Committee on Higher Education. Mrs. LaFraugh holds degrees from Michigan State University and was a part-time instructor at WCC. Twelve part-time faculty appointments were approved. They are: Edward Gierok, business and industrial management; Margaret Smith, community service occupations ; Raymond Scherf, technical and industrial; James Thomas, Technical and industrial; Shirley Poffenberger, social sciences; and Ronald Byrum, social science. Also Krista English, commumcation arts; Donald Welke, health, physical education and recreation; Marcia D r e s c h , health, physical education and recreation; Betty Kelsch and Joseph Chasteen, health occu- patioiis. j Among the 18 non-teaching I personnel appointed were Mrs. Sandra Sue Meeks as nurse in the Student Personnel Services División, and Richard Heintschel, Larry Slepsky and Clifford Bellere to the athletics staff. Mrs. Meeks has a bachelor's degree from U-M and experience at University and St. Joseph Mercy Hospitals. Slepsky will take head basketball coaching duties for this school year. He will be assisted by Bellers. Heintschel is athletic trainer. Also among non-teaehing personnel is Cyril K. Heile, who will work as Student Acitivites Officers. The remainder are teaching laboratory aides and clerical staffers.