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Sunday, December 5, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Sunday, December 5, 1971 THE MICHiGAN DAILY

TV

Center s

goals

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By PHILLIP DEISCH
Instead of writing a t e r m
paper could you imagine doing
a term film? Such an alterna-
tive may become a reality if the
University Television Center is
succesful in implementing i t s

long range goal making tele-
vision an alternative means of
expression for all subject mat-
ter.
At present, however, the Cen-
ter does not have the necessary
funds to include film making in

Davids seeks 'U' police

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Davids' office, but would remain
under the jurisdiction of the city
and Ann Arbor Police Chief Wal-
ter Krasny.
Davids thought this type of pro-

Lies such as Wayne State and Eas-
tern Michiganhave experienced
success with such a system.
The money needed to establish
such a force would have to be
drawn from the general fund.

any University courses. But Ha-
zen Shumacher, Jr., Director of
Television, indicated that t h e
Center was interested in the idea
as a ,future possibility.
The Television Center, accord-
ing to Shumacher, is a produc-
tion center offering profession-
al assistance for the creation of
University related programs
available to a wide audience. Lo-
cated in the gray building near
the corner of Maynard and Li-
berty, the Center employs over
100 students, two interns from
the speech dept. as well as its
professional staff.
The Center is not engaged in
live broadcasting because it does
not have its own broadcasting
facilities unlike other state
schools.
According to Shumacher, the
cost of building a station would
be prohibitive especially b e -
cause the center has operated at
the same appropriation level

since 1958. All increases in its
budget have come from rentals
and sales of its films. Shumach-
er was not optimistic over t h e
chances of increased funding
that would allow the Center to
acquire a station.
Most of the Center's films are
produced for use in University
classrooms. These films a r e
designed to complement the
teacher, rather than substitute
for him. The Center's goal is to
allow the faculty to use tele-
vision in their teachingto the
same extent that they now use
the. library.
Toiproduce a program re-
quires a great amount of work.
As much as eight hours in the
studio may be spent producing
a single half hour show. Two or
three new programs are pre-
pared each week. Production

funds
may range in subject matter
from a program on Toulouse-
Lautrec or Mondrian to India's
Modern Theater" or "Policing
the Police."
On-campus uses of TV in*
elude, for example, the tele-
vising of trials from the Wash-
tenaw County Courthouse for
the law school and the use of
TV to show experiments, demon-
strations, and graphs in the me-
chanical engineering dept.
At present the Center distri-
butes 150-200 films a week, to
almost 100 commercial and edu-
cational stations in many states.
In addition, the Center rents
and sells film to other colleges
and universities and both pri-
vate and public organizations.
The Center also produces films
for non-University groups if the
subject matter is of sufficient
public interest.

December
Graduatesr
Announcements
ARE ON SALE AT THE
Information Desk--LS.A. Building
STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL
f VACANCY
SGC will be interviewing for the council vacancy caused
caused by the resignation of one of its members. If you
are interested in applying for the vacancy CALL 763-
3241 or come to rm. 3X Michigan Union.
Ps
Preliminary interviews Tuiesday and Wednesday evening

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posal best because the force would, The Regents are not expected to
simply be an extension of the city act on the proposals for at least a
police, with two forces helping month so that representatives of
each, other in University and city the University and city can meet
problems. Thus, the force would to debate which proposal will best
concentrate on the central campus suit the community. Vice President
area but could also help the city for financial affairs Wilbur Pier-1
if called upon, and vice versa. If Pont, City Administrator Guy Lar-
the University needed help, the pon, City Andsar yar-
city could step in and lend assist- com, Krasny, and Davids are
ance. among officials expected to take
This also seems to alleviate a po- part in the decision making.
tential boundary problem with The University has no plans at
neither force being restricted to the present to establish a separate
any defined area. Other universi- fire department.
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5 Eshire andbunce Summer School Teach-
ing Intern Program for '72; applica-
1 D 1' 1 -- .tions and details available.

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The Center for Continuing Education of Women
and the Department of Political Science
present
MARJORIE LANSING
Chairman, Political Science Department
Eastern Michigan University
speakipg on
WOMEN-THE NEW POLITICAL CLASS
8 p.m. -Tuesday, December 7
Multipurpose Room, Undergraduate Library
"Women in Perspective" Lecture Series

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FREE

PUBLIC INVITED

maty uatenaar

INTERVIE
Mi- TA-

Family Recreation Program: For fac- ! VM
ulty, staff and married students, All inte
Sports Bldg. ifacilities, 1:30-5:30 pm. ; a.m
Maor Theater: Mundi's, "It Turns,",':reg
1429 Hill St., 8 pm. dets
Music School: University Chamber
Choir, Power Center, 8 pm.
MONDAY, DECEMBER 6
Environmental Health Seminar: Law.
rence Hecker, "Mercury Content in Bio- G
logical Tissues," Sch. of Public Hlth. II leas
Aud., 1 pm. 1:30
SACUA Meeting: 4079 Admin. Bldg., Rac
3-5 pm.
Sch. of Public Health: G. Steuart,
Univ. of No. Carolina, "Health Educa-
tion on Medical Care," Public Health
Aud., 4 pm.
Germanic Languages & Lits. Lecture:
Peter de Mendelssohn, biographer of
Thomas Mann, will lecture in English
on, "Thomas Mann," Lect. Rm. 2, 1st
fl., Modern Lang. Bldg. (S. Ingalls, be-!
hind Burton Tower), 4:10 pm.
Music School: Composers Forum,
Sch. of Mus. Recital Hall, 8 pm.
Music School: University Symphony
Orchestra, Hill Aud., 8 pm.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE
212 SAB
ANNOUNCEMENT
Graduate couples needed to inter-
view teenagers throughout the nation
during May and June; information
available thru this office or ISR,
Room 4062,
ANNOUNCEMENT
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students Tues., Dec. 7, 10
p.m.; must have typing skill;
y phone or in person; further
ailable.
ieral Notices,
uting Club: Come Liking, re-
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Meet at Huron St. entrance to

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Available at University Cellar

Prospectilve Law Students.
There will be a Panel Discussion on
MONDAY, DEC. 8 at 7:30 P.M.
In Room 100 -- Hutchins Hall
The topic of the discussion will be LAW AS A
CAREER. The panel will include Professor WHITE,
a faculty member at UM Law School; Professor Jim
EISENSTEIN from the Political Science Department,
a practicing lawyer from Ypsilanti, a graduating-
law student, and it will be moderated by Dean
McKAULEY, Dean of Admissions, UM Law School.
SPONSORED BY UNDERGRAD POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION
ENTER HUTCHINS HALL ON S. STATE ST.

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$10.00 per month
NO DEPOSIT
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AND SERVICE
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needed to
Interview Teenagers
ACROSS THE NATION
MAY-JUNE '72
Training: January-March
about $750 for training and interviewing, plus
and living expenses. For information see

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0 Comprehensive Guide to Los Angeles Published by Student International
0 Central Information Phone Locator and Information Booth
" New Year's Eve Party
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