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Festival QuartetTo Make Local Debut

TISSUE REGISTRY-Prof. A. James French, chairman of the Pathology Department, and Jonas
Crudup inspect pathological microscopic slides. The registry, maintained by the pathology department
and staffed by a full-time librarian, contains slides, paraffin blocks enclosing tissue specimens, and
wet tissues. 700,000 specimens are on file dating from 1895.
Body Tissue Diagnosed While-You-Wait

slides. Nothing is discarded, and
the file of blocks and slides, dating
from 1895, now contains 700,000
The pathology department, op-+
erating in its own wing of the
medical sciences building since
1958, also operates clinical labs for
study of body fluids, blood, bac-
teriology, and spinal fluids. Here;
too, are held the unique "Clinical
' Pathological Conferences" each
week where students share their,
experiences and findings from the
Maintain Registries,
Important services are main-
tenance of the Eye Pathology
Registry, the Maternal Tissue
Registry, the New-Born Baby Tis-
sue Registry, and the Tumor Reg-
istry. The last traces cancer pa-
tients for the rest of their lives.
"Our function is diagnosis and
and prognosis," Prof. French said,
- and the quick-frozen sections are
important in the first process. By
- one survey, the accuracy of this
method was found to be 96.5 per+
One and one-half floors of the
pathology wing of the medical
science building are devoted to re-
search. Some of the projects here
include original work on germ-
r free animals, especially in the field
of allergies, time-lapse photog-
U raphy of brain tumors and the

study of various cancers. Scientific
papers from this department since
1895 fill 24 volumes.
One of the largest departments
of its kind in the country, the
pathology department was first
established in conjunction with
the medical school in 1850, and it
still exists "basically for teaching,"
according to Prof. French.
Pathology as a subject has been
in the medical school curriculum
since 1850, and it is notable that
students in all years of medical
school receive training in path-
ology labs.
SBX Shows

The Festival Quartet will make
its first Ann Arbor appearance in
the twentieth annual Chamber
Music Festival at the University
this weekend.
Three concerts will be presented
by pianist Victor Babin, violinist
Szymon Goldman, violist William
Primrose and cellist Nikolai Grau-
Now in its fourth season, the
group is the first contemporary
quartet dedicated to perforning
the rarely heard piano quartet
literature of Beethoven, Brahms,
Mendelssohn, Mozart, Schumann
and Strauss. -
The concerts will be given at
8:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday
and at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in Rack-
ham Auditorium.
Friday evening the group will
play "Quartet in E-fiat major, Op.
16" by Beethoven; Reger's "Quar-
tet in A minor, Op. 133"; and
"Quartet in G minor, Op. 25, No.
1" by Brahms.
The quartet's Saturday program
will include "Quartet in G minor,
Op. 45" by F'aurt; "Quartet in E-
fiat major, K. 493" by Mozart;
and "Quartet in A, Op. 26, No. 2"
by Brahms.
The program for Sunday after-
noon: "Quartets in G minor, K.
478" by Mozart; "Quartet in C
minor, Op. 60, No. 3" by Brahms;
and "Quartet in E-fiat major, Op.
f47" by Schumann.k
Bridge Starts . .
The Thursday night duplicate.
bridge tournaments will begin at
the Michigan Union, at 7:30 to-
Each foursome will play dupli-
cate hands to the first dealt at
each table. Thus every table will
have played the same hands at
the end of the evening. The
monthly master point game will
also be played.
Mrs. Walter McLean, life master
and tournament director, will be
there at 6:45 for a question and
answer period on duplicate bridge.
Citizens 'Meet'. .
A meeting for all students inter-
ested in joining the Citizens for
Michigan movement was held yes-
terday in the Student Activities
Nancy Adams, one of the two
student representatives on the re-
gional planning committee, pre-
Citizens for Michigan was or-
ganized as a result of Michigan's
1959 financial deadlock. Its pur-
pose is to provide a channel
through which the -people of

Michigan can express their views
as citizens on the problems of the
Play Tryouts *
The Dramatic Arts Center is
holding try-outs for two one-act
plays, "The Proposal" by Chekhov
and Ionesco's "The New Tenant."
Tryouts will take place at. 8
p.m. in the conference room of
Lane Hall.
Political Club.
The Democratic Socialist Club
will feature a talk by Michael

Harrington, co-author of "Black-
listing in Hollywood," at its organ-
izational meeting at 8 p.m. today
at the Michigan Union.
Harrington, currently on a na-
tional 'speaking tour for the So-
cialist Party, is also a frequent
contributor to numerous publica-
Cancel Lecture .
Wayne State University's Prof.
William D. Snodgress of the Eng-
lish department will not speak
here today, due to illness.

olden HU ttepli

Large Sales
Student Book Exchange
are already over $4,000, Phil
160, reported recently.

1201 S. University

NO 5-5818


Afternoon sales will continue
until Thursday, Feb. 18 while eve-
ning hours will continue through
tonight. Tomorrow, books will be
marked down 20 per cent to clear
the shelves.,
As the SBX is operated .for stu-
dents as a non-profit concern, it
is exempt from the sales tax, fur-
ther lowering sale prices, Zook

Steak Dinner $1.29
(includes salad, bread, butter,
potatoes, and hot vegetables)
Waffles, Soda Fountain,
and Sandwiches
We, also. seall crystal clear
ice cubes in plastic bags.
Perfect for parties - 81/2 lbs. for 35c
Hours 7 A.M. to 1 A.M.


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The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of The Univer-
sity of Miohigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no edi-
torial responsibility. Notices should
be sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3519 Administration Build-
ing, before 2 p.n. the day preceding
publication. Notices for Sunday
Daily due at 2:00 p.m. Friday.
VOL. LXX, NO. 95
General Notices
Applications for Phoenix Project Re-
search Grants: Faculty members who
wi1h to apply for grants from the
Michigan Memorial-Phoenix Project
Research Funds to support research in
peacetime applications and implica-
tions of nuclear energy sholuld file ap-
plicationf in the Phoenix Research Of-
fice, 3034 Rackham Bldg., by Tues.,
March 1. Application forms will be
mailed on request or can be obtained
at 3034 Rackham Bldg., Ext. 2560.
Hours in the General Library have
been extended on Saturdays and Sun-
days. druing the second semester. Be-
ginning Feb. 13, the General Library
will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on
Saturdays, and from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.
on) Sundays.
General Library hours will remain 9
a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thitra-
day, and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday.
The Undergraduate Library will
schedule an additional hour Sunday,
opening from 1 p.m. until midnight.
Hours in the Audio Room of the Un-
dergraduate Library have been changed
to 1 p.m. to 10 p.m., Sunday through
Friday, and 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday.
Joyce Grenfell Tomorrow Night. One
of Britain's most distinguished come-
diennes, Joyce Grenfell, will appear in
Hill Aud. tomorrow at 8:30 p.m. pre-
senting her popular program of humor-
ous monologues and songs. Miss Gren-
fell is the fourth number on the cur-
rent Platform Attractions series. Tick-
ets are on sale 10 a.m.-5 p.m. in the
box office. Students are offered a spe-
cial reduced rate on all tickets.
Student Recital: E. Lyle Hagert, will
present a recital in Hill Aud., on Thurs.,
Feb. 11 at 8:30 p.mr.. in partial fulfill-
ment of the requirements for the de-
gree Bachelor of Music. Mr. Hagert
will include on his program composi-
including month at Univ. of Vienna
Leave June 29-60 days
$1298 all expense
Local representatives wanted
18 Brattle St. Cambridge 38, Mass.

tions by Pachelbel, Bach,
Schroeder and Franck.


Thomas Spencer Jerome Lecture on
"The Latern Basilica in Rome: A Study.
in Method" by Prof. Richard Kraut-
heimer, Institute of Fine Arts, New
York University on Thurs., Feb. 11 at
4:15 p.m., Aud. B., Angell Hall.
Academic Notices
Mathematics Colloquium: Dr. Dan E.
Hughes of the University of Chicago
will speak on "Finite projective planes
and collineation groups," Thur., Feb.
11, in room 3011 Angell Hall at 4:10 p.m.
Refreshments, 3:30 p.m. In room 3212
Angell Hall,
Biological Chemistry Colloquium: Dr.
Yukio Sugino, AEC Biological Effects
of Radiation Laboratory, will speak on
"Studies on the Ribonuclease of a
Strain of Streptomyces." in M6423
Medical Science Bldg. at 4:00 p.m. on
Fri., Feb. 12. Coffee will be served in
the department's reading room (M5410)
at 3:30 p.m.
High-Temperature Gas Seminar-An
organizational meeting for the pro-
jected seminar on the study of gases
at very high temperature will be held
in 1041 Randall Lab., Thurs., Feb. 11,
at 4:00 p.m. Topics to be covered will
include standing detonation waves,
shock waves and plasma studies.
Placement Notices
New York Herald Tribune will be at
the Summer Placement Interviewing.
They are looking for men and women
counselors - married couples.
Detroit Area Boy Scouts, Mr. Fred
Leith will be interviewing for coun-
selors, nurses, secretaries, and gen-
eral help.
Fri., Feb. 12:
The Huron Valley Girl Scout Council
will be here Fri. morning to interview
women counselors and all departments.
Stan Michaels of Camp Nehelu will
be here Fri. morning to interview for
both men and women counselors.
Sat., Feb. 13
Mr. Parson of Camp Sherwood, Boyne
City, Michigan, will be here to inter-
view for men and women counselors,
married couples also.
The Summer Placement Service will
be open Sat. You may come in and
see' the new jobs that have arrived
since exams started.tThere are many.
Beginning with Mon., Feb. 15, the fol-
lowing schools will have representatives
at the Bureau of Appointments to in-
terview for the 1960-61 school year.
Mon., Feb. 15:
Fontana, Calif. - Elementary; Jr. HS
Home Ec.. Metal Shop, Music (gen. &
vocal), Spanish, Math/Set., Eng./Soc.
Stud., Ind. Arts, Librarian; HS English,
French, Physics.
Tues., Feb. 16:

Battle Creek ,Mich. - Elem.: Jr. HS
Eng.,Soc. Stud., Gen. Sci., Art, Ind.
Arts, Spanish; HS English, Math, Home
Ec.; Special Ed.: Speech Corr., Ment.
Bay City, Micl.-HS English, Chem./
Wed., Feb. 17:
Royal Oak, Mich. - Elementary; All
Secondary; Special Education.
Thurs., Feb. 18:
Grosse Pointe, Mich. - Elem., Elem.
Music, Elem. PE (man); HS Bus. Ed.,
English, For. Lang., Ind. Arts, Math,
PE (boys & girls), Soc. Stud., Science,
Spec. Ed. (ment. ret.), Soc. Maladjust-
ed, Remedial Reading, Speech Corr.
Pamona, Calif. - Elementary; HS
English, Physical Science, Math, Soc.
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