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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Daily at
7 and 9 P.M.
"A GEM",
-Herald Tribune

CINEMA FRANCAIS
GRAND PRIZE WINNERI

DIAL
NO 8-6416

Ending
Thursday

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featuring;
Pierre Brasseur " Georges Brassens 0 Henri Vidal " Dany Carrel
Produced by Andre Daven 0 Directed by Rene Clair
Oct. 7-8-9 "BOLSHOI BALLET"

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R.C.A. Victor Recording Artist
C ARLOS
MONTOYA

'Office Says'
Loan Funds
Not Utilizedf
While loan funds at the Univer-
sity are being siphoned by students3
almost as fast as funds are offered,
the Federal Office of Education
has discovered that-on a nation-
wide basis-only one-half of avail-
able funds are being used.
Nevertheless, it is expected thatI
the $300,000,000 student loan pro-
gram, a product of the new Na-
tional Defense Education Act, will
greatly stimulate the financing of
college educations on credit. Under'
the act, $40,000,000 has been ap-
propriated for the present school
year.
In} the first comprehensive study
of college loan funds, the office has
found that fewer than seven per
cent of the nation's students bor-
rowed money last year, and that
of $26,557,000 available, only $13,-
488,000 was borrowed.
A preference for work and
scholarships was the chief reason
for the small number of loan!
applications, colleges reported, asI
well as a lack of need.
Two-thirds of all student bor-
rowers made loans of less than
$150. Only four per cent{borrowed!
as much as $550.
University Regents last Friday
authorized application for $250,000
through the new federal program.
If the amount is appropriated,
University funds Would total near-
ly $2,000,000, second only to Har-
vard University among American
colleges.
The loan fund here totaled
$1,458,000 last year, as compared
with Harvard's $2,600,000.
However, Vice-President in
charge of Business and Finance
Wilbur K. Pierpont pointed out
that practically all funds made
available last year were used up.
CARLOS
MONTOYA
WORLD'S GREATEST
FLAMENCO GUITARIST
FRIDAY EVENING 8:30
SCOTTISH RITE AUDITORIUM
MASONIC TEMIPLE, DETROIT
Tickets available at:
DISC SHOP, 1210 S. University
Ann Arbor
$3.30,$2.75, $2.20, $1.65

EXPANDS FACILITIES, SERVICE:
Audio-Visual Center Supplies Educational Aids

Anyone in need of an educa-
tional film or tape, a projector or
projectionists, a graphic illustra-
tion or display is referred to the
University Audio-Visual Center
in what was once the Ann Arbor
Library.
The Center, directed since its
beginning in 1940 by Ford L. Lem-
ler, is manned -by a professional
staff that supplies the University
and the state with everything
connected with graphic .'educa-
tional aids.
It originally began as a service
of the University extension divi-
sion and became an independent
department in 1948. The Center
moved to its renovated quarters
this fall from a wing on the
fourth floor of the Administration
Building which had been "packed
tight" with materials and staff,
according to Daniel I. Moore,
visual methods and materials con-
sultant at the Center.
The addition the staff is "most
proud of," Moore said, is the film
sound stage. Films can now' be
produced within the Center, us-
ing one of the best-equipped col-
lege production stages in the,
country.
Each film it produces must be
requested and paid for by a Uni-1
versity department or recognizedI
oranization, because the Center.
operates wtihout any production
fund.

MAILING CHARGES?-Lenore L. Garry, chief film inspection
clerk, ponders the question as sfie weighs one .of the 400 films
that will be mailed today. The' films were rented by educators
throughout the state who choose from a library of 12,000.

If someone wants an important
speech recorded on tape, the Cen-
ter obliges by providing the ma-
chine and the technician:.
If a professor wants to illus-
trate his lecture with charts,
graphs or displays - he visits the
Audio-Visual Center.
Moore emphasized that the
Center is not a "training ground"

for student producers and direc-
tors. It does offer four courses in
the effective use of audio-visual
techniques in connection with the
education school.
The expansion of the Center's
facilities and the growing demand
for its products is "indicative of
the whole growth of audio-visual
education," Moore said.

flamenco guitarist
IN PERSON

FILM CHECK - Florence Brooks, chief film inspection clerk,
rewinds and checks returned films for breaks,. tears and enlarged
sprocket holes. If damage is extensive, footage must be replaced,
an expensive process. She once received a note with a film that
said, "We murdered this film," and offered to pay for damage-
which turned out to be negligible.

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Thursday, Oct. 2
4 P.M.

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THE DISC SHOP

1210 So. University

Phone NO 3-6922

OPEN EVENINGS

READ AND USE THE CLASSIFIEDS

University of Michigan

PLATFORM ATTRACTIONS

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PREVIEW-Practief teabher James Asbeck studies a film he plans
to show his class. By reviewing the content, he can prepare a
correlated class period, incorporating the film into hiq own lesson
plan.
Broiled SalisburyStea 135
Mashed Potatoes
Choice of Salad and Dressing
Hot Rolls and Butler ...Homemade Cream Pies
Tea or Coffee
Knockwursl & Sauerkraut . .$1225
Choice of Salad and Dressing
Hot Rolls and Butter . . . Homemade Cream Pies
Tea or Coffee
Breaded, Veal Cutlet . .N., X1.45 ".
Mashed Potatoes and Peas
' Choeof Salad and Dressing
Hot Rolls and Butter... Homemade Cream Pies
Tea or Coffee

LIGHTS UP, PLEAS,--Assistant Director Aubert Lavastida points to where he wants Larry Taylor,
technician to place the boom light as Consultant Daniel Moore watches the proceedings. The
Audio-Visual Center staff is readying their new 0 ound stage for production of a new educational
film, "Telling Stories to Children." This fali'will. mnark the frst time the Center, has, had its own
production quarters.
PHOTO FEATURE
Story by
fi KATHLEEN MOOR~E
Pictures .by
ROBERT KAN>NER'

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ANTHONY NUTTING Oct.10
Noted British Diplomat
"Resources for Survival ?"

Or anization
Notices

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SIR JOHN GIELGUD
Great Shakespearean Actor
"The Ages of Man"

Oct. 21

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ELEANOR ROOSEVELT Oct.2
Distinguished World Figure
"Are We Facing World Leadership"
MARGARET WEBSTER Nov. 13
Actress - Author - Director
"Picture from A Shavian Gallery"

Smothered Chicken . .. 155
Mashed PotatoesT
Choice of Salad and Dressing
Hot Rolls and Butter . *.. Homemade Cream Pies
Tea or Coffee
The (4ete e/I
120 East Liberty NO 3-4075
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WELCOME!-Sonia Schwartz, graphic artist, prepares part of a
display that'will be used to welcome visitors to the Audio-Visual
Center's open house. The campus is invitedto attendtomorrow.
The Center will display its new quarters to the audio-visual pro-
fession Friday.....

DIAL NO 2-2513

(Use of this column for announce-
ments is available to officially recog-
nized and registered organizations
only. Organizations planning to b~e ac-
tive for the current semnester should
register not later than Oct. 10. Forms
available, 2011 Student Activities Build-
ing.)
Chess Club, regular meeting, elec-
tions; Oct. 2, 7:30 p.m., Mich. Union.
German Club, all students interested
in the German language and culture
invited, Ott. 2, 8:00 p.m., Hussey Rm.,
Mich. League.
Le Cercle Francais, Baratin - Coffee
hour, Oct. 2, 3:00-5:00 p.m., 3050 Frieze
Bldg,.4
Riding Club, organizational meeting,
Oct. 2, 6:10 p.m., W.A.B.'
Senior Society, general meeting, Oct.
2, 7:30 p.m., Conf. Rm. 1, Mich. League.
S.A.M: (Society for Advancement of
Management, meeting, Oct. 1, 7:30
p.m., R., 38-su nion. Speaker: Mr.
John Hoad, consultant engineer.
Student Gov't Council, N.S.A. Tours
-SGC is receiving requests from cam-
pus organizations for the sponsorship
of National Student Association tours
(European, low cost plan for students).
Information may be obtained from Jo
Hadee. in the SGC area of the Student
Activities Bldg.
SGC Public Relations Committee,
.meeting, Oct. 2, 4:00 p.m., SGC offices,
Student Activities 'Bldg.

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EDDIE DOWIUNG

Jan. 16

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An all-time great in the theatre.
"From Shakespeare to Saroyan"

ANN ARBOR CIVIC THEATRE, Inc.
& test PlayO f0 OTCsPratii
PULITZER and DRAMA CRITICS PRIZE WINNER

SIR JOHN GLUBB Feb. 20
Formes head of the Arab Legion
"A Soldier with the Arabs"

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NOW NOW
Diol NO 2-3136

NORMAN COUSINS,
Editor the Saturday Review

Mar. 13

Death of a
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by ARTHUR MILLER

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"The War Against Man"

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GREGORY'
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JEAN
CARROLL
Po MNNF,_

DAVID MERRICK presents
KENNETH HAIGH
(Star of London & Broadway Productions)
New York Critics Prize Play
LOOK BACK
IN ANGER

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Box Office opens September 26th

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STUDENT RATE
Season Ticket s r -$ ..- A A I

10 A.M.-4 P.M.

NO 8-6300

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