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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 6, 1939

THE MICHIGAN DALY

PAGE SEVEN

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To Incl
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(Continu
liams, '42; A
Patricia Mac
Wolfe, '42; Co
Gram, '43;
'41A, and Loi
The list cc
Bolgiano, '43;
Jeffrey, '43; A
Wood, '42;,
Phyllis Lovejo
'42; Marjorie
Eady, '43Ed;
Ruth Streelr
Bloxsom, '41;1
Margaret Gig
Jayne, '41; Mi
Gish, '42; Joy
othy Cummin
'43A; Beatric
bara DeFries,'
MoreI
Hostesses S
elude "Patricia
Noble, '43; R
bara Foote,
Kristin Lee, '

women Frequency-Modulation System War Is Probed
Selected Is Heralded By Broadcasters By Roundtable'
Hostesses'Experiments Prove Static adverse conditions. Experiments have International Relations
s1er se By N wshown conclusively that such fac- Club s s
Is Decreased By New tors as lightning and faulty electrical Discusses.War
r'e Cabaret Plans a Development In Radio machinery, which would render, re-
ude Floorshow, De-e- I ad; ception over the common amplitude Nine students and three faculty
A Exhibits Heralded by technical journals as modulation receiver impossible, only men last night attempted to probe
And Exthe greatest advancement, in radio slightly affect frequency modulation into the origins of the Second World
since Marconi's phenomenal discov- reception. War at an International Relations
ued from page s}eries, the frequency-modulation sys- Also greatly decreased will be in-
nn MacDonald, '42A; tem of radio broadcasting is now be- ter-station interference. Many sta- C d tal
4ing tested under actual broadcasting tions today are rendered ineffective, few definite conclusions.a
'r ,'conditions in many sections of the not because of any inherent fault in It was the second forum sponsored
ora Hackett, '42; Ruth country, according to Jerome Wies- the station, but because more distant by the Club on the same topic, em-i
Josephine Alexander, ner, technical director of broadcast- stations operating on the same fre- bracing the various aspects of the
s Kuhlman, '43. ing at Morris Hall. quency range cause distortion in the war-economic, political and. geo-
ontinues with Jeanne Some experiments with the new I'received signal. With the frequency graphical. Discussion began with the
Jnue irth'4; Jeansystei have been tried here by Wies- modulation system, the chance of dis- value of Czechoslovakia and Poland
Jane Eiffert, '43; JeanJsytrhaebntidheeyWe- torting interference is minimized by to Germany, shifted to the situation
nn Faden, '43; Barbara prr, and further extensive studies are two characteristics of that system. in the Far East and ended with a sur-
Katlee, Sith 14; #plane.
Kathleen Smith, '43; Chief advantage claimed for the First, the frequency modulation re- vey of Russia's invasion of Finland.;
oy, '43; Nancy Gould, I new system of frequency modulation ceiver will reproduce only the strong- The students represented almost all
Kephart, '42;" Eugenia is the static and interference-free re- er of two signals. If the signal volt- political opinions and nationalities-
Nancy Knappen, '43; ception it affords even under the most age of one station is twice as great conservative and liberal, German,
nan, '40Ed; Dorothy as its competitor on the same wave Hungarian, Chinese, Siamese, Scan-
Virginia Dykema, '42P; , band, the second will be inaudible, dinavian and American
VriiDyea'4P '43; Virginia Frey, '42E, and Mar- invaadAmrc.
nac, '4lSpec.; Calistra garet Bancroft, 42. The second characteristic of the The faculty men were Prof. Charles
arion Conde, '41; Lois More Names Given frequency modulation system which F. Remer of the economics depart-
'ce Engstrom, '42; Dor- The list continues with Grace limits inter-station interference is ment, Prof. Howard M. Ehrmann of
gs, '43; Joan'Clement n "la 1M i O that these stations, operating on the historvy de afrt f t d r

Brown, G. Brown, Sorensen, Liima- T Mass Meeting of all the girls who
DAILY OFFICIAL tainen, Landis, Haberaecker. , are to act as hostesses at Sophomore
1 The following men will leave at4: Cabaret, at 4 p.m. Thursday in the
BULLETINreLeague ballroom.
I BULLETIIN jwith Jack Secrist from the Union.: oe' ,wigTunaetwl
Tuttle, Hines, Penn, Berger. Women's Bowling Tournament will
(Continued from Page 4) jstart on Thursday, Dec. 7. All wish-
Transportation Club will meet ' ing to participate must sign up by
sion on "Can a Religious Person Justi- Thursday, Dec. 7, in the Michigan) Wednesday, Dec. 6, at Barbour Gym-
fy Capial Punishment?" at Lane Hall, Union at 7:30 p.m. Speaker: Prof. nasium or at the Women's Athletic
Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Baier of the Naval Architecture De- Building.
- partment. Plans for the trip to Fort
Political Science Round Table on Wayne will be discussed. Michigan Dames: Click and Stitch
group meets Thursday at 8 o'4lock in
Thursday evening, Dec. 7, a t 7:30, Phi Tau Alpha: Saturnalia will be thehome of Mrs. Ira Smith, 4 Geddes
East Conference Room, Rackham celebrated Thursday, Dec. 7, at 7:30 Heights.
Bldg. Subject: The Application of p.m. in the Upper Room at Lane Hall.
Scientific Methods to Political Sci- A discussion of the play will be held,[ Michigan Dames music, group will

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Actuarial Students: Mr. Henry
Hopper of the Maccabees, Detroit,
will speak on "Selection of Risks" on
Thursday, Dec. 7, 8 p.m., West Lec-
ture Room of the Rackham Building.
All interested are invited to attend.

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so all members are urged to attend if
possible. Refreshments.
All girls eligible and interested in
ushering for ,Play Production's "One
Third of A Nation" given in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre, Dec. 6, 7, 8 and
9, sign up on the lists in the Under-
graduate Offices of the League.
Finance Committee for Sophomore
Cabaret meeting at 4 p.m., Thursday,
at the League.
Ticket Committee (Peggy Polum-
baum's division) for Sophomore
Cabaret meeting at 3 p.m., Thurs-
day, at the League.

Imeet priuay, Lvec.?0, at the 1teague at
8 p.m.

vrocuer, -43; Miargaret E. Br
e Snoke, '42, and Bar- Virginia Morse, '43; Mary
'437 '43; Gloria Carll, '43; Ann
Hostesses Listed rick, '42D; Barbara Foote,
aturday night will in- Homer, '41; Ruth Allen, '4
Hadley, '42; Charlotte Stock, '43; Mary Lou Ev
uth Parsons, '42; Bar- Nancy Ostergren, '43; Patri(
'42; Alice Lord, '41; '43; Eleanor Rakestraw, '4
42; Bettye Mueller, '41; Goldberg, '43: Janice Ba

Jean Borland, '43; Alice Hoff, '41;
Betty Clement, '41; Helen King, '43;
Beverly Hagelshaw, '43; Lorraine
Judson, '43; Ruth Bennett, '43; Mar-
garet Collins, '43; Florence Wright,
'43; Eleanor Feldrappe, '43; Eleanor
Rakestraw, '43; Helen Neuberg, '43;
Eleanor Hughes, '42, and Patricia
Young, '43.
Other women who will act as hos-
tesses Saturday night include Eliza-
beth Shipman, '42; Helen Barnett,
'41; Dorothy Cummings, '43; Cath-
erine Hood, '43; Helen Smith, '42;
Casmira Buszek, .'43P; Joanne
Woodward, '43A; Barbara Baggs, '43;
Jeanne Kilmer, '43A; Rosemary Al-
drich, '43A; Jean Jeffrey, '43; Mar-
jorie Strong, '43; Dorothy Morris,
'43A; Virginia Capron, '43; Marjorie
Allen, '43; Isabella Lugowski, '42;
Sally Walsh, '43; Marjorie Mullin,

'wnv Va ~ iV , VWa 4 i
Lenore Jaslow, '43; Isabel
Shirley Altschuler, '42; Rut]
'42; Pauline Shear, '43; B
man, '42; Eleanor Hughes,
aldine Granfield, '42; Patri
strom, '43; Marjorie Hov
Kathleen Kridler, '43; Glor
'43; Esther Stevens, '43; ME
'43; Mary Edna Alter, '41
Cardill, '43; Adele Bartholc
and Beatrice Kroodsma, '4
The list concludes wit:
Present, '42; Ardis Watson,
Natheson, '41; Aida Mei
Eleanor Verdon, '43; Olga
'43; Barbara Clark, '43;
Bowen, '43; Elaine Baird,'
via Caspar, '42; Gertrude C
Grace Procter, '43; Carol Pi
Beverly Vercoe, '43; Barb
bary, '43; Mary Haferkam
Louisa Pfretzschner, '43.

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Bantingt shorter wave-lengths, have an effec- cal science department,
ette Der- 'tive radius of only 100 to 150 miles. Howard B. Calderwood of
42; Janet This is the area of primary recep- faculty adviser. .
1; Nancy tion, and the area of secondary recep- Be A Goodfellow
ing, '43; tion, which causes most of the trouble
cia Young in the present methods of transmis-
3; Agnes sion, is eliminated. This secondary BOSTON, Mass.-Ninef
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omew, '43, modulation system has proved itself
40. far superior to standard methods of
.h Shirley broadcast. The range of frequen-
'41; Joan cies which can be transmitted is much
ndez, '41; greater than that reproduced over
Gruhzit, amplitude modulation systems. - The
Marjorie quality of sound is greatly increased E
'42A; Syl- and there is less distortion than in
ohen, '42; the case of present systems. Both
tcher, '43; speech and music have a more natural
ara Ams- sound and represent a truer duplica-
p, '42, an tion of the original program in the
studio.
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English Journal Club meeting on
Monday, Dec. 11, at 8 p.m. in the
West Conference Room of the Rack-
ham Building. Paper by Bernard
Baum. Attendance restricted to grad-'
uates and faculty members includ-
ing those of other departments.
Varsity Glee Club:
The following men will go to Fern-
dale on Thursday. Bus leaves from
the Union at 4:15. Carry full dress
suits and "Trial by Jury" costumes.
Holt, Kelly, Weller, MacIntosh,
Scherdt, Ossewaarde, Heininger, Al-
len, Mattern, Stitt, Steere, Erke,
Crowe, Peterson, Barber, Vandenberg,'
Parkes, Pinney, Reizen, Luxan, Strick-
land, Davis, Loessel, Mason, Gell,
Gibson, Whitney, Fromm, George, C.

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