Postdoctoral Study in Statistics.—
Awards for study in statistics by persons whose primary field is not statistics but one of the physical, biological, or social sciences to which statistics can be applied are offered by the department of statistics of the University of Chicago. The awards range from $3,600 to $5,000 on a 9 months' basis or $4,400 to $6,000 on an 11 months' basis. The closing date for application for the academic year 1960-1961 is Feb. 15, 1960. Information may be obtained from the Department of Statistics, Eckhart Hall, University of Chicago, Chicago 37.
The following officers were elected to the Chicago Orthopaedic Society for the year 1959-1960; president, Dr. Newton C. Mead; vicepresident, Dr. Carroll B. Larson; president-elect, Dr. Sidney Sideman; secretary, Dr. Jerome G. Finder; and treasurer, Dr. Ralph T. Lidge.—The Chicago Society of Industrial Medicine and Surgery elected the following officers: president,