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THE IICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1950

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Speech Vital
To Survival
.*uRahskopf
Role in Human
Affairs Stressed
Students of speech are at the
center of responsibility for the
improvement of human relations,
Prof.. Horace G. Rahskopf, Presi-
dent of the Speech Association of
America, declared yesterday.
Speaking at the Speech Assem-
bly on "Speech and Problems of
Survival," Prof. Rahskopf said
that survival has come to depend
jncreasingly on an understanding
of human relations, which center
in communication.
PROF. RAIISKOPF listed five
major concepts of speech which
have influenced people in this era:
1. Expressionism. This con-
cept can refer to the meaning-
ful content of behavior, the
bodily changes which reveal
bodily attitudes, individual pe-
culiarities, or the creating and
formulating of subjective ideas
in the private recesses of the
mind, Prof. Rahskopf explained.
2. Behaviorism. This concept
also considers the individual, but
is more concerned with the physi-
ological reactions, Prof. Rahskopf
said. It treats everything in terms
of stimuli and response, the rela-
tion of the speaker and his envir-
onment, he added.
3. SPEECH as solely a process
of communication. This theory
sees speech as the sum total of
the processes by which we influ-
ence each other; we have a social
order in communication, Prof.
Rahskopf explained. However, this
concept does not stress the im-
portance of the individual suffi-
ciently, he warned.
4. Social interactionism. Multi-
influences and cross currents
are covered in this theory, Prof.
Rahskopf said. Its proponents
believe the only way we have of
responding to ourselves as we
see others respond to us is
through the act of speech, and
thus we become organized minds
and selves and personalities, he
elaborated.
5. Symbolism. This is the newest
trend among the philosophies of
speech, Prof. Rahskopf stated.
Semantics and the consideration
of words as symbols are treated
by concept.
* * *
DEDUCTING SOME common
trendlor deelopment from these
theories of speech which points
towards the future, Prof. Rahs-
kopf declared that speech is tak-
ing on a more social and dynamic
concept. "Emphasis has shifted
from speech as language to speech
as a basic human behavior."
Speech is also becoming niore
distinctive, in terms of the indi-
vidual speaker, the total setting
and the form of speech, he said.
ORPHEUM
Cinema Triumphs
From All The World

Earphone EducationI

-Daily-Wally Barth
EARPHONE INSTRUCTION-Listening to their lessons, students
learn languages by the new "oral method." ,Platter-patter, de-
livered by a machine called the "language master," uniformly in-
structs students in the essentials of grammar and pronounciation
in a new program instituted by the language departments on
campus.
U' Language Courses Invaded
(By ral Approach' Machines

Hydrologist
Explais NY
Water Lack
New York City's water short-
age is a problem of surface water
not ground water according tc
R. Maxwell Leggette, authority or
underground water, who spoke
here Tuesday.
"New York City obtains one-
tenth of its water (approximately
100 million gallons a day) from
ground water sources and is get-
ting the same amount of watei
from them now as forty yeas
ago," Leggette declared.
AREAS SUCH as California,
where excessive use has depleted
ground water supplies and low-
ered the water table, must resort
to artificial recharging of ground
water, Leggette continued. This
is done through water spreading
and the use of return wells.
Water spreading .is the diver-
sion of water from a stream at
the flood stage into a permeable
basin or dry stream bed. The
water is then absorbed by the
ground into what constitutes an
underground reserv9ir, he ex-
plained.
In the New York area return
wells are used to replace water
which has been used for air con-
ditioning or other industrial pur-
poses and is then pumped back
into the ground water reservoir.
Care must be taken not to raise
the water table so high that it
comes in contact with plant roots
which would absorb a large part
of it, he warned.
*' * *
ANOTHER METHOD of aug-
menting water supplies is through
the use of liquid sewage which
has been naturally purified or
chemically treated to render it
drinkable, he added.
Some coastal areas have the
problem of salt water seeping into
their wells, Leggette stated. They
use so much water that the water
table falls below sea level and the
salt water flows down into the
wells. These and similar situa-
tions in heavily irrigated regions
emphasize the chief function and
problem of underground hydrol-
ogy, which is to determine how
much water can be pumped out
year after year without appreci-
ably lowering the ground water
supply, Leggette concluded.

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FOR SALE
FAILOR MADE TUXEDO, 38 short.
Call 3-1738 after 6 P.M. )47
TICKETS to all concerts Budapest
String Quartet. Good seats. Call
Jim. 304 Prescott,2-4591. )48
STUDENT flourescent desk lamps for
sale-goodcondition. 2-9515. )49
Y[OUTHFUL 10" Adrmiral (consolefte
television set) will leave home for
$150. Call 2-3256. )50
ABC IRONER - Original price $129.
Leaving for California, must sell at
once! Excellent mechanical condi-
tion. X35. Phone Ypsi 2272M11. )43
TUXEDO AND TAILS-Size 38-40 short.
Call 8403 after 5. )44
SOUSE TRAILER-21 ft., refrigerator,
bottle gas, oil heat. Call R. Malmberg,
9291, between 7-8 p.m. )45
E3RUAIIY PGRADUATES who sub-
scribe to Time now get the student
rate of $4.75 a year (instead of $6.00).
Not only this year but for the next 5
years. Phone Student Periodical Ag-
ency, 2-8242. __)3
LIGHT-WEIGHT BICYCLES - Man's
and woman's, 3-speed gears, hand
brakes, bas kets, lignts. Practically
new. $40--both for $75. Call 9050. (42
P'OPULARL KNEE SOX for campus win-
ter wear. Incolors of white, green
and yellow. Only7-Na pair.
COUSINS
on State Street )2
COME IN and see the new Parker "21".
Priced at only $5.00. Pen and pencil
set for $8.75. . . . at the Tobacco
counter in
CALKINS-FLETCHER
State at N. University_ )5
CANARIES, Parakeets & Tropical Birds.
Bird supplies and cages. Mrs. Ruffins,
562 S. 7th. Phone 5330. )2B
INVETOYSALE
Navy "T" shirts, 45c; 100% wool ath-
letic hose, 49c; B-% type jackets,
$8.88; all wool flannel pants, $6.49;
plasticraincoats, $2 49. Sam's Store,
-122 E. Washington.___ _ )6__
MISCELLANEOUS
TYPING done at home, Ph.2-0030. )2M
GRADUATE STUDENT wants part time
employment in return for room, or
room and board. Ph. 6320 after 7:00
p m. Bressler. )lM
OPTICAL SERVICE
for the Campus Area
CAMPUS OPTICIANS
222 Nickels Arcade Ph. 2-9116

ROOMS FOR RENT
PLEASANT DOUBLE - Colored men
students. Call 2-8401 eve. or all day
Sat. )44R
SINGLE ROOM for graduate woman
student. Near campus. Call 8780.
) 45R
COMFORTABLE single room. One mile
fronm campus. Available Jan. 15. Ph.
2-1600. )42R
ROOM for one male student. $5 per
week. Ph. 6517. )43R
BRING YOUR week-end guests to the
Pierce Transit Home. 1133 E. Ann.
Phone 6415. )1R
WOMAN GRAD STUDENT to share
doubletroompin quiet private home.
Close to campus. Available spring
semester. Call Virginia 5-6 p.m..
2-0706. 411R
FOR RENT
COMFORTABLE ROOM one mile from
en is, southeast section. Phone
2-1600. )27F
FURNISHED NEW HOUSE-3 bedrooms,
February to September. References.
Daily Box 209. (4F
DOUBLE ROOM on first floor next to
bath. Private study room and cook-
ing privileges if required. Half block
fronm bus line or 10 minutes walk to
campus. Available Feb. 1. Ph. 2-65520.
) 26F
VACANCIES in Dorm Style room. in
Fraternity District. Call 3-4590. 1702
Hill. )24F
REAL ESTATE -
FRATERNITY
SORORITY
Two-family or rooming house. Now
being used as two family (duplex).
Can be converted very easily into
single. 17 rooms, 4 complete baths,
4 extra lavatories and toilets. Two
low-pressure steam oil burning heat-
ing plants. Building in good repair.
If you are in the market for this
type of property, make arrangements
to see it soon, as it will only be on
the market for one month. Call 2-2571.
Evenings call Mr. Newton, 6125, Fred
H. Greiner 8605 or Mr. Johnson 5920.
Brooks-Newton Realty Inc., Realtors.
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PERSONAL
SAVE MONEY-Buy your 1950 Michi-
ganensian now and save 20'; . Price,
will increase soon. Your 1950 Ensian
will contain 500 pages, covering all
Iactivilies on the Michian Campus.
Conic to the Student Purbicationis
Bldg. any afternoon and orcer your
Ensian. )54I
BABY SITTING-Middle-aged woman,
transportation provided. 50 cents pert
hour. Phone 2-2722 or 25-0035. )52P
THE PHONE is driving me nuts-but I
love it! Everyone is calling 2-2915 to
find out where they can buy the new
pictorial magazine. CAMPUIS. It will
be on sale-every twoa vecks starting
Feb. 8*. A few good stall' li)Oitioiis are
still open for people wio don't faint
when they hear the word "work." Al
Fornian. ) 53P'
LEARN TO DANCE
Jimmie Hunt, Dan e Studio
209 S. State
Phone11)1I'
(--- Uf ' 11 B AT 1lN .
New Club 211 Policy- No expirationr
date on meal tickets! Tickets luin-
ored on aniy day. Need not be used
on consecutive days. Your tic!ket -x-
pires only when all meals have been
punched. J.DM. )42P
JOE--Thanks for tipping me off to the
daily. 39cluncheon special at J. D.
Miller's Cfeteria. It really does in-
clude an entree, potato, vegetable,
bread and butter, and beverage.
What a buy! Al. )42P
STUDENTS-And otherwise! Attention
The Mich iganenslan must put
in its order for the number of 1950
'Ensians to be printed, by January 31,
1950. Please order yours today -so
that we may order your 'Ensian for
you. )51P
CORRECT FOREIGN ACCENT rapidly
by international phonetic alphabet
method. Individual instruction. Cer-
tified correctionist. Phone 2-8439.
-- )50P
-~-WANTED. TO RENT_
MEN'S 12 double near canipus. $6.. U.
120 N. Ingalls. 2-6644. )16N
FURNISHED APARTMENT for student
and wife in June, 1950. Expected oc-
cupancy-three years. Contact Ralph
Brandt, 2-5696. )41W
TEACHING FELLOW and grad. stu-
dent researchNassistant wife can't
afford car. Need apartment with
kitchen near University. Call David
Beardslee, 3-4322. )15N

BUSINESS SERVICES
WE HAVE three expert typewriter repair
men e(d one factov trained fountain
pen repair mian. Prompt service. Mor-
rills. 314 S. State. Phone 7177. )36B
LEAV JNIO with a reliable baby
sitter while yu gso out-aunytimne.
Kiddie Kare 3-1121, )35B
NEARLY NEW SHOP-Fur and cloth
coats,. formals. suits. 109', E. Wash-
ingiton over Dietzel's. Phone 2-4669.
)27B
EFFICIENT EXPERT, PROiMPT type-
writer repair service. Moseley's Type-
writer and Supply Company, 214 E.
Washington1. Phone 5888. )5B
SIRTS--Ninie hour service (by re-
quest.). Thiree day service (regular
. Ace Laundr, 1116 S. Uni-
versit )21B
TAVL YOUR1 typewriter repaired by the
('"v'' E ol i ten Si viceC omlpany,
215 E I. ierty. )1611
I ?i1.Ui(lARDE SHOPPE
E1pt rt Alterat ions
('.' -tozn Clothes
E1I eik bed Tradition )3B
'yUI,'S MUI[CAL REPAIR
Van Dren Clarinet Reeds
Boxs of 2W5---- $4.50
New and Used Instruments
209 E. Washingi.ton )4B
WASHING and/or ironing done in my
own home. Free pick-up and deliv-
ery. Phone 2-9020. -)_B
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-At Willow Village lady's shell-
rlimmed glasses, Tumesday. Contact
1634 Monson Ct., Willow Village. )25L
LOST--I~ gold Bculevard watch, expan-
sion band, in League. Need desperate-
ly! Contacwt J. Singer, 9322. )24L
LOST Pair of npik shell-rimmed glass-
es between Couzens Hall and the
Miehigai Theatre Sunday afternoon.
Call Mimrtio Loomis, 2-2521, Ext. 105.
)21L
1E', yellow gold waltham wrist
watch lost Saturday, Jan. 7 between
Union anld Tappan. If found notify
Elaine_ Nagelvoort, Ph. 2-4514. )22L
LOST - Brown1 suede lady's handbag.
Between Division St. and Union, Dec.
16. Conti s slver card case. Re-
ward. Call 2-8242. )
LOST-Pearl necklace, Saturday p.m.
Phone 250 Prescott, East Quad, )20L
LOST-Gold Bulova lady's watch, black
band. Reward. G. Gregory, 3-1511,
Ext. 2145. )18L

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

By INGE WOLFF
A new method of language
teaching is being used for the first
time at the University.
Through the use of a machine
called the "language master" an
"oral approach" is being taken to
the teaching of a language. The
approach consists of teaching the
student his lessons orally, by in-
structing him in the spoken lang-
uage, rather than just his printed
lessons.
* * *
THE "LANGUAGE master" ma-
chine consists of three parts; a
wire recorder, record player with
attached earphones, and a micro-
Table Namer
To Get Free
Entertain~ment
Three weekends of free enter-
tainment are in store for the
namer of the Union's "Interna-
tional Table," if he gets his entry
in before noon today.
The three weekends,, including
two movies and a dance, are the
prize for the best name of the
table in the Union Taproom.
The table, dreamed up by SL's
Human Relations Committee and
the Union to increase social con-
tacts between students of differ-
ent nationalities on campus, will
be available every afternoon where
students may discuss affairs and
events of each other's countries.
Any number of entries will be
accepted, and must be mailed or
turned in to the union student
offices before noon today.
Entry blanks must contain sug-
gested name for the table and con-
testant's name, address and phone
number. Winner will be announc-
ed in tomorrow's Daily.
The prize includes tickets for
two to "Topper Takes a Trip,"
Jan. 13 or 14 in Architecture Audi-
torium; the Bluebook Ball, Jan.
21 in the Union Ballroom; and
"Joan of Arc," Feb. 19 in Hill
Auditorium.
WQ Camera Club
To Hold Exhibition
West Quad camera club mem-
bers will vie for honors in their
biannual salon to be held today
till Monday in the West Quad con-
course.
Five winning pictures among the
.forty prints on display will be
chosen tonight by Prof. David H.
Reider and Prof. Philip C. Davis
of the architecture college, and
two local photographers.

phone, all of which are used simul-
taneously. A language record is
played, which the student hears
through earphones connected to
the apparatus. He is asked to re-
peat what he hears on the record
into the microphone. This mean-
while is being recorded on a wire
recorder.
After the completion of the
record the student will be able
to play the entire recording
back, and compare his perform-
ance to that of the record.
SIX OF THE "language mas-
ter" machines have been* set up
in the Romance Languages Lab-
oratory, located in the South
Wing. The laboratory also con-
tains machines for thecutting
and duplication of records, and
storage space for the records and
wire recordings.
At the present time, three class-
es are being taught through the
use of recordings. Students have
three hours of classes per week,
and two hours of drill.

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THE
OFFICIAL MICHIGAN RING
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
COMPLIMENTARY ENGRAVING
L. G. BALFOUR CO.
1319 S. University Phone 3-1733

NOTICE!!

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Thru Saturday

No. Main -Opp. Court House Mat. 'til 5 30c Nights-Sun. 40c
::.. MONTE HALE
L "OUTCASTS
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ADDED: CARTOON "THE LION HUNT"

KYER MODEL LAUNDRY
An flounces
THE CHANGE OF ADDRESS
of One of Its Agencies.
New Address:
Quick Cleaners, 1323 South University

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Washtenaw Cleaners

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETINj

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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 2552_
Administration Building, by 3:00 p.m.
en the day preceding publication
(11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1950
VOL. LX., No. 78
Notices
Faculty, College of Engineering:
Special meeting to consider a plan
of Group insurance, at 4 p.m.,
Mon., Jan. 16, 348 W. Engineering
Bldg.
BUREAU OF APPOINTMENTS:
Pan American Union is looking
for a Head Librarian for the Co-
lumbus Memorial Library, Wash-
ington, D.C. Experience and lang-
uage background required.
U.S. Civil Service Commission
announces examinations for ele-
mentary, secondary, and vocation-
al teachers, and teacher-advisors,
for duty in the Bureau of Indian
Affairs. Training in education is
required.
The La Salina School of the
Creole Petroleum Corp., Maracai-
bo, Venezuela, will need teachers
in the following fields for 1950-51:
primary, intermediate and music-

kindergarten. Age: 25-35 with 5
years of elementary experience.
For further information, call at
the Bureau of Appointments.
BUREAU OF APPOINTMENTS:
Air Products, Inc., Allentown,
Pa., is interested in securing the
services of two chemical engineer-
ing graduates of the class of Feb-
ruary 1950. They are interested
only in Masters degree candidates.
Work emphasis is on the physical
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Ends Today
"SONG OF SURRENDER"
Plus "HIDEOUT"
Adults 25c and 35c
Continuous Daily at 1:30 P.M.
Friday and Saturday

DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH PRESENTS
"THE TRAITOR"
"A play of remarkable ideological and dra-
viatic tension."-New York Herald-Tribune
LAST NIGHT FOR STUDENT RATE - 48c
3 Nights Left . . .
Jan. 12-14 Tickets: $1.20 - 90c - 60c (tax incl.)
Box Office Open 10 A.M. - 5 P.M. Phone 6300
Lydia, Mendelssohn Theater

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IFC BOOK EXCHANGE
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available to anyone interested in either the position of man-
ager or assistant manager in the IFC Book Exchange for the
coming semester. Anyone interested should call Dick Mor-
rison at' the IFC office, Michigan Union, before Tuesday,
January 17.
CALL NOW!

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