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November 18, 1932 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1932-11-18

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Depression To Be
Subject of S.C.A.
Forum On Moniday
Depression remedies may be given
an airing at the all-campus open
forum being sponsored by the Stu-
dent Christian Association in Lane
Hall Monday afternoon at 4:15. The
subject of the forum, "'An Experi-
ment in Industrial Democracy," is
the presentation of a proposed solu-
tion for current economic difficulties,
it was said yesterday.
The president of the Columbia
Conserve Company, William P. Hap-
good, will lead the conference. The
Columbia Conserve Company, locat-
ed at Indianapolis, Indiana, is a
manufacturing concern run by a
council elected by both the workers
and owners.
Mr. Hapgood, formerly one of the
owners, will explain the method used
in turning over control of the busi-
ness to the workers, and the policies
followed at the present time. In pre-
vious talks he has opened his plans
to discussion, before many leading
economists and business men.

Frank Wilson, Heart Specialist,
Is Expert At BirdPhotography
By RALPH G. COULTER self to any one bird, but has taken
A lull in activities at a special 'pictures of approximately 50 differ-
heart hospital in Colchester, Eng- ent species, almost entirely in Mich-

land, during the exciting spring of
1918, gave one heart specialist, an
Englishman. time to indulge his
hobby of photographing birds, and
another, an American, an opportu-
nity 'to learn the technique of the
diversion that has fascinated him
ever since.
That Englishman was Dr. Thomas
Lewis, later knighted, and the young
American was Dr. Frank N. Wilson,
who had graduated from the Univer-
sity of Michigan medical school in
1913, and returned here after the war
to become professor of medicine.
Some of Dr. Wilson's latest pic-
tures are now on view in the Uni-
versity Museums. The clear, sharp
close-ups that the doctor obtains
these days were not attained without
years of trial and disappointment,
however.
Dr. Wilson has not confined him-

igan, and mostly in the vicinity of
Ann Arbor. His wife accompanies
him and is his chief aide on these
excursions.
A number of his photos, accom-
panied by stories of their origin, have
been featured in Bird Lore magazine,
while others have appeared in the
National Geographic. He was the il-
lustrator of the bird volume of the
Smithsonian Scientific Series.
"The fundamentals," Dr. Wilson
will tell you, "are not hard. The first
thing is to find the nest. Then I
erect a blind, a small tent carefully
camouflaged with brush, nearby, and
I am ready. I use a long focus lens,
and take small birds from a distance
of seven to eight feet, large birds
from 25 to 30 feet away.
"It's trying to suit the habits of the
birds that causes all the trouble," he
said.

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