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PlL 3,1938 ) THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Local Churches 'Summer Work Ar

thur Tyler, Graduate Student, ELVNOydODoGSugasTalks
EEVENING RADIO PROGRAMS Here _Next October
Develops New Speed Pictures
"Tin 6:4-vioinist. Dr Tloyd C .noulas author of

Celebrate Lent
(Contimued frow Pa;e 1)
the Church of Christ Disciples, will
administer the communion.
Dr. William P. Lemon will preach.
the fifth of his Lenten sermons on the
general topic, "'Moderns and Miracles"
at the 10:45 a.m. service of the First,

Camps Offered!
Volunteer Project Planned

By JAY McCORMICK In the first place, he complained, no
Arthur Tyler, graduate student in one was scinetifically curious enough

Especially For studentsE
the physics department, acted as di- about reactions to want to be burned
Three Volunteer Works Camps of- rector, cameraman, and producer of by the cigarette Finally one in-
fering students the opportunity to a reel of film which he took with a dividual was coerced into thrusting{
work on some community project of new high-speed moving picture cam- i his arm into a box where he could

6.:00---Joe Pemwri.
6:30 --Vic Arden's Orch.
7-00-- Manhattan Mother.
7:30---Phil Baker.
8 :00---St.ILois 131ucs.
8:30, uia Jst
9.00--Ford Hour.
10:00-Comedy Stars of Broadway.
10:30 -Hermit's Cave.
11 :00_-Abe Lyman's Orch.
11::30--Duke Ellington's Orec.
12 :00--Dance Music.
12:30- --Ted Fiorito's Orch,

social significance will be conducted,

Presbyterian Church. this summer, the American Friends
The Rev. Charles W. Brashares has Service Committee has recently an-
chosen for topic of his sermon, nounced.
"Look." This will be delivered at the The camps are designed to give
regular 10:45 a.m. worship service of students first hand information of
the First Methodist Church. American rural and industrial areasI
Prof. Preston Slosson of the his- and to study the problems of each
tory department will speak on "The region. Campers work with the pea-
Game of Causistry" to the Metho-. ple of a community, discuss problems
dist Student Guild meeting at 6 p.m. of the area with employers, employes,
in Stalker Hall. . union representatives, and civic lead-
The Rev. Father Carroll F. Deady, ers and participate in the community
superintendent of the archdiocese of life.
Detroit, will conduct Forty Hours' The Coal Areas Work Camp in
devotion for Catholic students be- ; Uniontown will, have as it projectj
ginning at the 10:30 a.m. mass this road-building, laying a water system
and carrying on recreational work. A
morning,___study of the problems relating to
marketing, government control and
union organization in the coal in-
Peace Committee Meets dustry will be made.
In Lane Hall Tomorrow Methods and policies of the TVA ini
! the rehabilitation of the Tennesseej
The United Peace Committee, com- Valley will be discussed by the group
posed of representatives of various at the TVA Work Camp. Officials
campus organizations, will hold its of the TVA and representatives of
second official meeting of the year at private utilities will present their!
7:30 p.m. tomorrow at Lane Hall. viewpoints.
Two representatives from each or- At Flint a group of 20 will work
ganization will participate. The chief with city agencies in the construc-
work of the committee will be the tion of a park development. In co-
planning and preparation for the operation with the Flint Institute of
Peace demonstration to be held April Research and Planning, it will make
21. a study of production, distribution
and labor relations in the automo-
bile industry.

era during a visit to the laboratories not see the approach of the burning:
of an eastern film company last sum- cigarette, and successfully burned.;
mer. Another difficulty which confronted
The camera which Tyler used to Tyler was not a result of the recalci-E
take his pictures is 100 times as fast trance of the laboratory workers, but
as the regular camera used for the arose from causes which for a time
Hollywood product. Using ordinary seemed almost insurmountable. It
16 mm film, it takes about 2,000 developed that no one could keep his
frames of film per second. eyes open in the flood of light which
is necessary for the use of the camera,

The :cenario of Tyler's film would"
appear fairly simple on paper, con-
sisting of color pictures of various ob-
jects which normally move too fast
to be seen by the human eye. Theret
are shots of tuning forks and violal
strings vibrating, neon bulbs flashingj
with the flow of current in an A.C.
power line, a tennis racket hitting a1
ball, with the ball flattening out and
the racket whipping back and forth
from the impact, a match being
struck and flaring out so fast that7
even slowed down 100 times it appears'
very rapid, and other purely physical
phenomena.'
Then there are demonstrations of
human reactions to stimuli. One of'
these shows the time required for a'
man's arm to be drawn away when
burned by a cigarette. Another shows
the blink of a person's eyes when a
strong photographer's flash bulb is set
off in front of him.
Out of these pictures of people
brought more grief for Tyler than
was caused by all the rest of the film.

and consequently could not blink
when the flash bulb was set off.
Finally Tyler found someone who'
could keep his eyes open in the flood-
lights, but it required so much con-
centration not to close them that he
failed to blink even at the added in-
tensity of he phoograph bulb. Tyler
finally got the shot.
All the trouble which Tyler has
gone through has not been in vainI
though, for he stated that as a result
of his demonstration film negotia-
tions are under way to purchase one
of the machines for the engineering
department, where Prof. Floyd N.
Calhoun wished to use it to take pic-
tures of high-speed engineering ma-
terial.

WWJ
P.M.
6: 0 Catholic Hour.
6:30 -People in the News.
6:45-.. C. C. Braclner.
7:00-Jack renny.
7:30-Interestinv, Neighbors.
3:00---Charley McCarthy.
9:00- --Manhattan Merry-Go-Round.
9:30--Familiar Music.
10:00---Rising Stars.
10:30 ----'America and War."
10 :45---Mischa Kottler.
11:00--Piano Duo.
11:30-News, Music.
WXYZ
P.
6:00 --George Jesscl.
6:30-Bourbonnars Orch.
6:45--Violinist.
7:00---Concert Echoes.
7:30-Ozzie Nelson.
8:00-Spy at Large.
8:30-California Concert.
.,9:00-Hollywood Playhouse.
'9 :30--Walter winchell.
9:45--Irene Rich.
10:00---Donald No vis,
10:15--Paul Martin's Music.
11:00 -Dance Music.
11:30-- -Henry Bussec Orch.
12:00 Gray ';tc:u Orell.
12:30--Dance Music.
CKLW
P.M.
6:00 What Price Loyalty?
6:30---1)r. H. L. Stewart.

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JAMES

FISCHER

TOURIST TRAFFIC BETTER
LANSING, April 2.-(iP)-State
Highway Commissioner Murray D.
Van Wagoner predicted today tourist
travel between the Michigan penin-
sulas would show a two per cent in-
crease this year despite the business
recession.
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Forty-Fifth Annual May Festival
May 11-12-13-14

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Once again THE MAY FESTIVAL

brings to Ann Arbor a splendid array of

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thousands, both here and in Europe, have applauded-the brilliant direction of Eugene Ormnandy
... the color of Spaicling's violin . . . the bell-like quality of 'Martinelli's notes . . . the richness

of Martigi's singing . . . and the beauty of Marian Anderson's voice.

These and eight other ac-

complished artists continue in the splendid tradition of the Festival. , That the best of seats may
be obtained it is suggested that orders be sent in early with a remittance to cover them. These
will be selected in sequence in advance of the "Over-the-Counter" Sale of Season Tickets which
will begin Monday, April 18, at 8:30 A.M. at the Main Office of the School of Music, Maynard St.

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