Bugle Corp Meets Today
The second meeting of the ROTC
Drum and Bugle Corps will be held
at 7:30 p.m. today at Yost Field
Zoology Department To Show
_ Animal Life Motion Pictures
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1UBLIC EVENING SCHOOL begins
Oct. 13,Monday evening. Enroll-
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Recreation, business, lnguage,
English, speech, defense training,
woodworking, art, metalcraft, sew-
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The Department of Zoology will
sponsor a series of movies depicting
various species of animal life along
with the regular class studies.
The department presented films of
this nature with great success last
year. Their purpose is to enable the
students of 3zoology to grasp their
courses to a better extent than is
ordinarily possible without illustra-
'Dr. Alvalyn E. Woodward, of the
zoology department, in charge of the
movies, emphasizes that the public
is cordially invited to the programs
which will be presented in the Natur-
al Science Auditorium.
The first program will be at 4: iO
p.m. Thursday, and the pictures will
'cover four different topics ranging
from the basic type of animal struc-
ture, the amoeba, to the various
types that have evolved from it. The
mechanical structure of the animals,
the organic controls over reactions
and certain materials on heredity
are representative of the type of
movie to be shown.
The first reel is a sound movie ,n
the amoeba, covering the structure
and functions of a single-celled ani-
mal "'of the most primitive type. A
study of protoplasm and cells will be
made, and the reaction of various
experiments on the amoeba will be
The second reel is a study of the
main types and functions of animal
life. Diagrams showing the family
trees of various species and their
evolution will be presented, and
closeups of every large group of the
animal kingdom will be shown. This
is also a sound movie.
Coelenterata are the subject of the
third reel. Closeups and magnifica-
tions of the coelenterata in action
were taken at the seashore and de-
pict four varieties of this species.
These pictures are in technicolor and
will be supplemented by comments
by Dr. Frank E. Eggleton.
Fourth and last reel of this pro-
gram was taken by Dr. A. E. Wood-
head of the zoology department on
the subject of fresh water medusae.
These movies are of a very rare spe-
cies of jellyfish, and have been of
great value in working out the life
history of this fish from observation
of their various forms. These p'c-
tures are also in technicolor, and
will have comments by Dr. Wood-
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Wage Scale Negotiations
DETROIT, Oct. 6. - ()- Wage
scale negotiations between the Ford
Motor C mpany and the United
Automobile Workers (CIO) were vir-
tually completed today, and a union
official estimated the agreement
would bring increases of approxi-
mately $52,000,000 annually to Ford
Richard T. Leonard, co-director of
the union's Ford organizing commit-
tee, made the estimate. He said wages
of only' a few classifications of em-
ployes remain tt be worked out, and
that this will be accomplished this
Harry Bennett, Ford Personnel'Di-
rector, said Leonard's estimate of the
wage adjustment was "about right."
The Ford official also disclosed
production curtailments would neces-
sitate layoff of about 20,000 workers
in major Ford plpts of the Detroit
area effective tomorrow, leaving an
estimated 60,000 at work.
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