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Prof. Vincent
To Appear In
TV at Detroit
' Iet Propulsion' To
Be Topic of Talk
Prof. Edward T. Vincent of the
mechanical engineering depart-
ment will be the second faculty
member to appear before the tele-
vision cameras of WWJ-TV in De-
troit, when he gives an illustrated
talk on "Jet Propulsion" at 6:301
p.m. today.
Prof. Vincent worked with the
American navy on the develop-
ment of jet propulsion during the
war, and he has also worked with
the British navy in the submarine
In the first faculty talk of the
series, Dean 'Ralph A. Sawyer of
the Graduate School spoke on the
Bikini bomb tests. His talk was
widely acclaimed by owners of the
7,000 television sets in the De-1
troit and Ann Arbor area.
Next Sunday Prof. Freeman D.
Miller of the astronomy depart-
ment will employ a portable plan-
etarium to give a television talk
on "The Milky Way."
The television broadcasts by
faculty members are arranged by
the University Broadcasting Serv-
ice. Movies and charts are shpwn
during the programs in order to
illuminate realistically the speak-
ers' descriptions.
WWJ-TV's programs can be
picked up by Ann Arbor listen-
e s.
(0 RepresenItative Will
Talk on Adult Education
Samuel Jacobs, representative of
the education department of the
UAW-CIO, will speak on the topic,
"Labor Looks at Adult Education,"
at 6 p.m. Thursday in the Masonic
Temple Cafeteria before members
of the campus chapter of the
American Association of Univer-
sity Professors.
Prof. Z. Clark Dickinson of the
economics department will intro-
duce the speaker.

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For a long time we've suspect- 10:30 p.m. WJR-Screen Guild,
ed that the Hit Parade wasn't all "Suddenly It's Spring," starring
it's cracked up to be - that "the Paulette Goddard and Fred Mac-
nation's top tunes this week" might Murray.
be about a month behind time. Tuesday
But this week we got the au- 9:30 p.m. WHRV-Boston Sym-
thenticated, scierntific proof that phony.
was necessary for a real "expose" 10 p.m. WJR-Studio One, with
of the program. The cold, reveal- Susan Peters in "One More
ing facts had been available all Spring."
this time, in charts compiled by Wednesday
Craig H. Wilson, Daily staffer. 10 p.m. WHRV-Bing Crosby,
For several years he's kept track Margaret O'Brien guest.
of hit parade favorites and com- Thursday
pared them with Billboard magaz- 7:30 p.m. WHRV-Henry Mor-
me's actual figures. gan.
An elaborate array of carefully phone.
pencilled charts record the course Froney
of a tune's popularity week by Friday
week. Wilson says the charts would 10 p.m. CKLW - Information,
stretch from one end of a 50-foot Plas.
room to the other. Please.
And the charts prove beyond any 3 p.m. WWJ-Orchestras of Na-
doubt that the Hit Parade has tion-.Springfield, Mass. Sympho-
managed to miss the boat with ny.

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said. "I only want the scientists
to start looking for Mars and Ven-
us satellites, because I was right
before and I know that there is1
at least one undiscovered satellite
off each of these nearer planets."1
Langdon, whose writings have1
been rejected as "too technical and<
too speculative," has also determ-
ined by simple algebra that Uran-
us, Neptune and Pluto. which are
now on the outside of the solar
planets, once had their orbits be-
tween Mars and Jupiter.
Like Atomic Force
"I don't know how many mil-
lions of years ago the change of
place occurred," Langdon said.
"but I believe that what threw
them out there was the centrifugal
force that pushed electrons to the
exterior of the atom."
Langdon will wind up three
years of teaching at the University
this spring. Never having attend-
ed astronomy class. Langdon was
so well-versed in astronomy that
he began teaching astronomy with
only a high-school education.
Upon leaving the University,
Langdon will also leave teaching,
having come back to school in
middle-age only to learn more
about subjects which interested

Buddhism and Confucianism will
be described by a Chinese student
and Mohammedanism by an Egyp-
tian student in the study of con-
temporary religions to be resumed
at the Wesleyan Guild at 5:30 p.m.
The talks will be followed by
supper and a Fireside Chat.
Dr. Kenneth Pike, visiting in-
structor in linguistics at the Uni- '

versity, will speak on "Missions"
at the Sunday afternoon meeting
of Michigan Christian Fellowship
to be held at 4:30 p.m. today in
Lane Hall.
* * *
Rev. Walter Young, chaplin of
Cranbrook School, will speak to
the Canterbury Club on "What
a Christian Believes About the
Church" today at the group's
house at Catherine and Division.
The talk will follow supper to
begin at 5:30 p.m.
* * *
One of America's foremost mis-
sionary educators to India, Edith
Eykamp, will describe her 22 years
of service in that land at the Lu-

theran Student Association meet-
ing at 7 p.m. today in Zion Lu-
theran Parish Hall.

Dr. Julius Fischba h
daress the. Roger William s
"Baptist Heritage" at 6

will adc-
Guild onl
p~m. to-

The Unitarian Student Group
will hold a coffee hour at 12:15
p.m. today at the Unitarian
The Grace Bible Guild will meet
for a cost supper at 6:15 p.m. to-
day in Fellowship Hall at the
Canterbury Supper Club of St.

Andrews Episcopal Church will
present a pageant on "The Story
of the True Cross" at 8 p.m. to-
day at the church.
Written by Rev. Henry L~ewis,
church rector, the pageant will in.-
clude a series of tableax copied
from 15th century paintings by
Pierre Francesca, which depict the
ancient story.
"Africa's Place in World Affairs"
will be the topic of Rev. Virgil A.
Sly, executive secretary of African
Missions of the Disciples of Christ
Church, at 6 p.m. today at the
Memorial Christ Church. Supper
will be precede the talk.


amazing consistency.
For instance, a song like "Peg
O' My Heart Cone of the hit par-
ade's persistent top choices for a
long time) climbed to the Parade
top in a startlingly short time.
According to the Billboard's
choices, authentically based on
overall sales of sheet music, and
jukebox recordings, nothing near-
ly so drastic happened.
Programs this week:
12:30 p.m. WJR - President
Ruthven on "In Our Opinion."
3 p.m. WJR-New York Phil-
harmonic, with Robert Casadesus
playing his own Concerto in E
8 p.m. WHRV-Detroit Sympho-
ny playing works by Glinka.
10 p.m. WJR-"CBS Is There"
as Clive of India wins Battle of
10:45 p.m. WHRV --Michigan
Radio Workshop, "No Vacancy."
9 p.m. WJR-Radio Theatre,
vith Dick Haymes in "Irish Eyes
Are Smiling."


5 p.m. WJR-Philadelphia Or-
chestra, American premiere of
Rachmaninoff's First Symphony.
6:30 p.m. WWJ-NBC Symphony
Orchestra wit hall-Wagner pro-



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Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 1021
Angeli Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
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SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1948
VOL. LVIII, No. 115
The Office of the Dean of
Women has received information
regarding a number of scholar-
ships and fellowships available
throughnother institutons for
women students. For further in-
formation call at the Office of the
Dean of Women or see DOB of
March 13.
Motion Picture Equipment: The
demand for furnishing University-
owned motion picture equipment
has become so great that we must
ask that reservations be made
at least twenty-four hours in ad-
vance of the showings. These re-
servations should be made with
either Mrs. Hastings or Mrs.
Moore, University Extension 2244.
Notice To Teacher Candidates:
Dr. George H. Baker, Director of
Personnel of the Detroit Board of
Education, will be on campus
Thurs., March 18, at 4 p.m. for a
discussion meeting with teacher
candidates interested in an as-
signment to the Detroit City
School System. Place of meeting
to be announced later.

Bureau of Appointments & Occu-
pational Information, 201 Mason
The Texas Company will have
three representatives here on
Mon., March 15, to interview
chemists, chemical, mechanical,
electrical and civil engineers. They
will interview for Engineering,
Processing, and Research and De-
Carson Pirie Scott & Company
will have two representatives here
on Monday and Tuesday, March
15 and 16, to interview men and
women who are interested in a de-
partment store executive training
YMCA will have a representa-
tive here Mon., March 15, to inter-
view men who are interested in
executive training with the YMCA.
Men whose backgrounds include
physical education, social sciences,
or education and recreational
group work are preferred. Protest-
ants are desired.I
Falls Paper and Power Com-
pany, Oconto Falls, Wisconsin,
will have a representative here on
Wed., March 17, to interview me-
chanical and chemical engineers.
Ectric Auto-Lite Company will
have a representative here on
Thurs., March 18, to interview
electrical, mechanical, and chemi-
cal engineers.
The Carter Oil Company, Tulsa.
Oklahoma, will have a representa-
tive here on Fri., March 19, to in-
terview physicists, chemists, and
For complete information and
appointments, call at the Bureau
of Appointments.
University Community Center:
Willow Run Village.
Tues., Mar. 16, 8 p.m. Wives of
Student Veterans' Club, combined
with General Cooperative Nursery
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