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AGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, RCPT 2. 1941

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Latin-American
Group To Visit
Campus Soon
Teachers, Students To Be
Visitors Of University
Friday And Saturday
More than 100 Latin-American stu-
dents from the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill will be the
guests of the University Friday and
Saturday.
Having recently completed a 10-
week winter school at North Carolina,
the group of South American teach-
ers and scholars are taking a tour of
the United States, under the direction
of the Division of Cultural Relations
of the State Department.
Included on the program of enter-
tainment for the group will be a
panquet at 7 p.m. at the Union, a re-
ception at International Center and
a tour of the campus Saturday morn-
ing.
Other members of the faculty com-
mittee in charge of the program are
J. Raleigh Nelson, director of Inter-
national Center, Prof. Charles Wag-
ner of the romance languages de-
partment; Prof., Dudley M. Phelps
of the School of Business Adminis-
tration; Prof. Hayward- Keniston of
the romance languages department;
Prof. Louis Hopkins, director of the
Summer Session; Prof. Preston
Jamesof the geography department;
Prof. Charles C. Fries of the English
department and Prof. Philip Bursley
of the romance languages depart-
x} ent
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Churches Open
Lenten 'Series
Of Talks Today
With the first Sunday of Lent to-
day, most Ann Arbor churches will
begin special feature series and
talks.

Dr. Charles W. Edmunds Dies
At Home After Heart Attack
(Continued from Page 1) Among the various scientific so-
cieties of which he was a member are:
turer, highest honor bestowed on a the American Society for Pharmacol- j
faculty member during the year. ogy and Experimental Therapeutics;
Born in Bridgeport, England, Feb- the American Physiological Society;
ruary 22, 1873. Dr. Edmunds came to the American Medical Association;
the United States in 1883. He re-a
'and the Association of American Phy-

Topographical
Survey IsMade
Easy B Plane
Once a slow, tedious process of
ground surveys, topographical map-
ping, both for civil and military pur-
poses, has gone modern and taken to
the air, according to Prof. Harry
Bouchard, acting chairman of the
Department of Geodosy and Survey-
ing.
"If a given piece of ground were
absolutely level," Professor Bouchard
pointed out, "an air photo would
also be a map. Actually, however,
changes in elevation create consider-
able distortion in the picture, and
corrections for this distorition must
be made."

a new method of preparing map's I are superimposed on the same plate,"
from aerial photographs is being in- Professor Bouchard said,
vestigated. In place of two colored I'.For actual photography of map-
images, two polaroid plates with their ping, the plane is flown at constant
lines perpendicular to each other are altitude and speed, and the exposures
used, with the usual double image are made at intervals designed to
being formed when the two images give a sixty percent overlap."

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At the 10:45 morning worship serv-
Unived a BA. degree from Indiana
} saclaans.
ice at the First Presbyterian Church University and an M.D. from the Un- Speaking for the faculty, Dr. Ralph
Dr. W. P. Lemon will speak on "Life ;esit - G. Smith bereaved his death and re-
Simplified." At 6 p.m. the Westmin- In 1940 he was elected President called that during his lifetime he had
ster Guild will meet for supper and of the United States Pharmacopoei- always been popular with students,
s cal Convention. He held that position encouraging to the workers in his
felowdhip omr.Tyis wrlgram of t mh r s laboratory, and always willing to give
lowed at 7 p.m. by a program of at the time of his death. Previously assistance and advice to the mem-
music by Palmer Christian in the he had been a member of the Re- bers of his staff.
church auditorium. The Sunday vision Committee since 1910 and sec-
Evening Club will meet at 8 p.m. in and vice'-chairman from 1930-40.!

the Lewis-Vance Parlors. Since 1935 he had been chairman of j a rer Corrections
The First Baptist Church will hold the Advisory Board on Anti-Anemic At present most corrections are de-
The Frst Bptis CTorh wilSeoies jtermined either by triangulation or
unified service of worship and Preparations. l n t
study from 10:30 a.m. until 12:15 p.m. Aside from his particular interest t lotted atrt
The Sermon will be 'A Higher La in drug addictions, Dr. Edmunds made Talks o a sheet by means of their relation to
Atu7:30 im e ogear W sfrequent biological assays and experi- other points determined by actual
Guild will meet for a social hour after frqet_____sre.ThsIonsaete hce
which the Guild and Church will ments concerning the action on the survey. These points are then checked
unite in a Choral Communion Serv- body of bacterial toxins or poisons. Prof. Wesley Maurer will open the against the photo and the resulting
ice in the chruch sanctuary at 8 i At the time of his death he was en- four week series of four discussion deviations corrected.
o'clock. gaged in studying methods of com- groups on "Contemporary Conflicts" In the second method the exact
The first of a symposium to be held bating the effects of botulinus toxin, to be conducted under the auspices center of each photo is taken as an
throughout Lent on the topic, "Reli- of the Wesleyan Guild- of the First undistorted point ofreference, and
gionand ife wil tak plce a 10deviations are plotted and corrected
ahr at the First Congregational P rof. aMethodist Church at 6 p.m. speaking I from that point by means of radial
Ch th eirstCrngregatonk lon thetopic, The Church Faces lines drawn from the point.
Chrh«rf.AadFirak ilIts Day.'"an leain
talk on "Religion as Viewed by the Is To Lecture Next week the series of discussion Paint Elevations
Artist." At 10:45 Dr. Parr will be- oOncethe distortions have been
gin his Lenten series of "Vital Ques- groups will begin their four sessions corrected," Professor Bouchard con-
tio " of study with the assistance of re-i tinued, "it remains to determine the
eos" with the sermon Why Are Noted Historian Will Speak source leaders and under the direr- elevations of the various points. It
We Here?''tudntTheadrStudenter tFellowshiplphi
will hold a joint meeting with the In Hillel Forum Series + n f student leaders. is here that the analglyphic princi-
Ypsilanti Pilgrim Fellowship in Ypsi- IHervie Haufler, '41, and Fritz ple-the use of a double, two-color
lanti. Students are asked to meet at . Liechty, '43L, will be in charge of image-is applied. The photo is pro-
Pilgrim Hail at 5:45 p.m. Various pathological characters liP the discussion meeting on "The Com- I jected separately in red and in blue
-- --- -the contemporary American scene munity in Conflict," which will con- onto the same movable horizontal
will be discussed by Prof. Abram L. sider the migrant, the refugee, low plate. This plate is then moved up
Faculty To Talk of the istos department at cost housing and the problems of or down until some point of known
i ForumSeries lecture at 8:15 p m to-i rural sections. elevation comes into view. This point
On Convention day in the main ballroom of the Robert Bessey, Grad., and Jean is marked on the scale alongside the
Westerman. '42, will lead the group plate. Another known point is de-
Well-known throughout the coun- considering "A World in Conflict." termined and recorded, and the other
Prof. Wo To DireL try for his work as a historian, lec- They will analyize problems of con- elevations marked in by interpola-
turer, author and executive, Profes- scription, defense and war economy. tion. The screen is then moved up
Meeting Here Monday sor Sachar is at the present time Na- "Prison Reform" will be considered and down, and as the different points
tional Director of the Hillel Founda- by the panel under the direction of rome intotfocus, thei and recorded on
A Conference on issues and view- tion as well as a member of the Illi- Madeline Ferris, '41, Harris Hool, d
1 points in education which were pre- nois faculty. Grad., and Janet Sibley, '41. the map
sented during the Atlantic City meet- He has gained particular fame as a Marital relations will be led by "With thedevelopment of polaroid,
ng of the American Association of lecturer and has been chosen by both Howard Parr, '41, and Caroline Cur-
School Administrators will be re- the Detroit and Chicago Town Hall tis.
ported by members of the faculty who groups as their most popular speak- STENOTYPE
attended -at 4 p.m. Monday in the er. Of his books, Suffrance Is the Traning - Employmnt
Unersit in Sco uditoru Badge" has attracted the greatest Officials To Be Guests Machines - Supplies
*All students in education are urged attention and has been on several Mr hn5 olcne'aine- ianlj1 olg
to attend the conference which wil attinndhsbnnevrl More than 50 soil conservation ex- Hin i io Collg
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beudrd te W df Processor Sachar will lead a discus- institute here will be honor guests at
ford Woody. Ph p in e regular Sunday evening supper - ____________
Prof. Raleigh Schorling will discuss sion at 3 p.m. today at Phi Epsilonthe reguarundayee gsupr
"Viewpoints on Teacher Education" Pi fraternity on "The Jewish Stu- at 6 p.m. of the International Center.
and Prof. Francis D. Curtis will speak dent in the Present World Crisis" and Prof. Preston Slosson of the history-
on "Issues in Secondary Education" at 10:30 a.m. will attend a meeting department will discuss current Read The Daily Classifieds
"Exceptional Children and Child of the Hillel Council at the Founda- trends in world events at 7:30 p.m. at-
Development" will be the topic of tion. the Center.
Prof. W. C. Olson and "Trends in
Educational Research" will be ana- COMING!
lyzed by Prof. W. C. Trow.
Dr. O. W. Haisley will describe ADMIRAL YATES STIRLING, Jr.
"Defense Demands on Schools," and March 1 - HILL AUDITORIUM
Prof. Arthur B. Moehlman will talk
on "The Financial Prospects for "THE CHALLENGE ACROSS THE PACIFIC"
Schools."

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