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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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PROF. HUSSEY'S IDEA:
Hobby Out of Hand, Now
SlidesAdd to Lectures

IIouse Downs GOP
Check on Pacts
WASHINGTON, May 12-(iP,-Thej
Hotse Rules Comrmittee today cleared
the way for prompt House action,
probably late this week, on the Con-
nally-Smith bill to restrict strikes
in war plants and require periodic
financial statements from labor!

Yakhub Wil
Talk on India
Thomas Yakhub, an authority on
the Moslem Hindu problem will dis-:
cuss "The Religious Conflict in In-
dian Freedom" in a lecture to be
held at 8:15 p.m. tomorrow in the
Rackham Amphitheatre.

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I1who would be prepared to arrest pris- British press and public that the
D t h Leaders oners, then their victims are legally attacks on Hitler's Europe, blue-
entitled to defend themselves. I re- rltdbAlidsaegtsonb-
In London Urg $ eultns''det'l'm*
hi London Ur~re defend th et remselves, eal ntte ofor~e the Tunisian thunderbolt shat-
+""The cup is full to the brim." tered the Axis remnant in Africa,
D e y aZis The exile government thus for the need only the signal to begin.
y Nfirst time, even by implication, ad- By these accounts, the Washington
(continued from Page j) vised a resort to violence. Previously parleys headed by President Roose-
the government had broadcast ap- velt and Prime Minister Churchill
were put to death after sentence by peals for various forms of "mass re- were called not to map the assault
summary jurisdiction courts set up sistance," but always short of an but to throw on the green light for
Thyetr ssosrdb the by the__Germans after the recentY .

By PAT CAMERON
"A hobby got out of hand" de-
scribes Prof. Russell C. Hussey's col-
lection of slides with which his his-
torical geology and evolution lec-
tures are illustrated.
Now numbering more than 2,500,
the collection began when Prof. Hus-
sey first taught the historical geol-
ogy course. He decided to make the
lectures more vivid by developing a
larger collection than the small one
the University already had. The re-
sult is 50 slides to a lecture.
At that time he and his wife went
through all the historical geology
books they had and listed the locali-
ties in which significant formations
and fossils were found. They then
set about systematically visiting the
places in North America.
Their summer vacations for sev-
eral years were spent in seeing such
sites as the Grand Canyon, Yellow-
stone, the Badlands, Painted Desert,
M 01.
Madero-,To Talk
OnAspects of
Mexico Today
Luis Madero, '46E, of Monterrey,l
Mex., will speak at the last meeting
of the Spanish Club this year, which
will be held at 8 p.m. today in the
League.
D1fadero will speak on some aspects
of Mexican life and will advise a
number of students who are planning'
to attend the summer session of the
National University of Mexico. He
will also give some of his impressions
of the United States.
Mary Evans, '45SM, will provide
the musical portion of the meeting.
She will play "Seguidilla" by Isaac
Alveniz and "Soiree d'un grenade"
by Claude Debussy.
At the meeting the winners of the
fwo scholarships offered by the Span-
ish Club for the summer session at
the National University of Mexico
will be announced and the officers,
for next year will be elected.
"All members and others inter-
ested in Spanish are urged to attend'
this last meeting, which will be espe-
cially interesting," Prof. E. A. Mer-
cado, faculty adviser of the club, said
yesterday.

the Appalachians, the Rockies and
Zion Canyon. There they photo-
graphed the formations and land-
scape features.
The Husseys also visited Europe
and took pictures of the famous Eng-
lish chalk beds and of a few other'
landscapes. In the caves of southern1
France, the carvings and paintings'
by prehistoric men furnished several
views for his evolution slides.
Most of the slides of landscapes
and formations in the collection are
from photographs that Prof. Hussey
has taken "on the field." Others
are from photographs that he has
bought. Pictures of reconstructions
of animals are from illustrations in
books. In all cases, he has trans-
ferred the pictures onto the slides
himself.
Since colors in the film itself fade
when exposed to the heat of the pro-
jecting machine, Prof. Hussey devised
a method of painting natural colors
by hand on the film side of the slide.
The work requires the use of a low
magnifying glass, a thin brush, 50
shades of paint, and steady hands.
"Geology, after all, is a visual sub-
jest and slides are used so extensively
at Michigan to substitute for field
trips since we are located in a terri-
tory where few* geologic features
formed before the .Ice Age can be
seen at the surface," he explained.
Prof. Hussey, who has been inter-
ested in photography since he 'was a
boy; concluded that his slide collect-
ing "is a great hobby. It's a'lot of
fun' and I wouldn't want to have
missed it."
University Choir
Will Sing Tonight
The University Choir, under the
direction of Hardin Van Deursen, will
present an informal concert at 8:30
p.m. today in the Assembly Hall on
the third floor of the Rackham Buil-
ding.
The program will consist of songs
representing the span of time from
the 16th century to our own day.
Motets, madrigals, folk - song ar-
rangements, and modern concoctions
are the order of the evening.:
Among the composers, whose work
these songs represent, are Palestrina,
Arcadelt, Peter Philips, Tchaikovsky,
Gregory Murray, and Rachmaninoff.

unions" The lecture is sponsored by the by the Germans after the recent !'
unions. Student Religious Association in an proclamation of martial law.#
The committee's action was taken attempt to present information about The admonition to the Dutch for-s
in executive session. Chairman Sa- the religious situation in India. which mer army and navy men to defy thet
bath (Dem.-Ill.) said no record vote many consider the main obstacle in Nazis and defend themselves againsti
was taken, and Representative De- the path of Indian freedom. them, broadcast by the Free Neth-,
laney (Dem.-N.Y.) told reporters he Earlier in the semester seminars erlands station Radio Orange and1
was the only member who opposed were held at Lane Hall. Hinduism announced by the Aneta News Agen-t
the procedure. and Mohammedanism were discussed. cy. was directed against a Germant
order to these men to register them-
selves for reimprisonment.
The German authorities had set
University of Michigan tomorrow as the deadline for the, reg-
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING istration.
"I am empowered to say," the Ra-
SC1'DULE OF EXAMINATIONS dio Orange broadcaster addressed his
fellow countrymen, "that everyone
May 19 to May 25, 1943 who is mobilized has the right, on
arrest, to determine his own atti-
Note: For courses having both lectures and quizzes, the time of tude."
exercise is the time of the first lecture period of the week; for courses "Should there be Netherlands po-
having quizzes only, the time of exercise is the time of the first quiz licemen or traitors in black shirts
nond_

armed uprising. the summer campaigns.
Although the Netherlands tonight All indiations from the Axis itself
seemed to be threatening Hitler with were that tensity overhangs Europe
the most serious immediate trouble l'roin the North Cape to the Black
inside his stoutly-ruled Europe, the Sea. The Axis has acknowledged by
entire continent was rumbling as the iiadio that the battle for Germany
Axis warlords stood wholly on the is about to begin, discounting even
defensive for the first time in more th^ more imminent peril over Italy
than 312 years of war. i from the African shores, and not to
The conviction was shared by the mention the resurgent Russians.

MICHIGAN

Matinees 25c
Nights 40c

p e~u.
Diawing and laboratory work may be continued through the
examination period in amount equal to that normally devoted to such
work during one week.
Certain courses will be examined at special periods as noted below
the regular schedule. All cases of conflicts between assigned examina-
tion periods must be reported for adjustment. See bulletin board
outside of Room 3209 East Engineering Building between May 10 and
May 14 for itstruction. To avoid misunderstandings and errors, each
student should receive notification frbm his instructor of the time
and place of his appearance in each course during the period May
19 to May 25.
No date of examination may be changed without the consent of
the Classification Committee.

Seniors May Still
Obtain Union Pins

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Union life membership pins, which
are given to students who have at-
tended the University for eight sem-
esters, may be obtained by those sen-
iors who have not already done so
in the basement office of the Union.
The office will be open from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. on weekdays except Satur-
day when it is open from 8 a.m. to, "
noon.

Sunday
CABIN IN THE SKY"

Also
"THE DUCKTATOR" -- Cartoon
Musical - Popular Science

Tithe of Exercise

Time of Examination

7~777,.j.

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Tuesday, May 25
Saturday, May 22
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Friday, May 21
Thursday, May 20
Wednesday, May 19
Saturday, May 22
Friday, May 21
Thursday, May 20

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Economics 51, 52, 53, 54, 102
M. E. 3; Drawing 2
E. E. 2a; Drawing 1, 3
Surv. 4 r
E.M.1;E. M.2;CE.2;
Spanish; German
M. P. 2; M. P. 3; M. P. 4;
French it

*Thursday, May 20
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LOST: Gold and pearl bracelet. Re-
ward. Jacqueline Bear, 836 E. Uni-
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WANTED-Wallet lost in taxicab,
Saturday, May 8, containing valu-
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LOST Monday evening: Small brown
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the purse but for God's sake re-
turn the Commencement tickets.
Heward. Phone 2-2281.
FOR RENT
THE A.T.O. HOUSE will be open
this summer to male students.
Anyone interested call Mr. Bek at
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