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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1940

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)R LATE-SLEEPERS:
Broadcast of 'U' Courses
To Begin Tomorrow

Classroom snoozers take note!
Here is your chance to sleep
through that morning lecture and
still get an 'A' in the course .. -
via the airwaves.1
Tomorrow, station WUOM F.M.-
begins its on-the-spot broadcast
of two classroom lectures. English
** *
TV Seep. as
Latest Mass
Teaching Ai
Television is the latest addition
to the growing list of mass-teach-
ing aids (see above) made possible
by modern technology.
For the past few months the
U.S. Navy has been conducting
experiments using a television net-
work which brought expert in-
struction and demonstrations to a
widely scattered audience of Naval
Air Reservists and Merchant Mar-
ine Academy students.
* * *
FULL RESULTS of the program
are not yet known, but early indi-
cations are very favorable, accord-
ing to the Office of Naval Re-
search.
In Ann Arbor, the University
,has its own pioneer in television
:Anstruction.
He is Prof. Marshall L. Byrn of
the Vocational Education Depart-
-ent who gave a demonstration of
silver-smithing over a Detroit TV
station last winter.
PROF BYRN, who will attend
an American Vocational Associa-
tion meeting on the subject in De-
cember, cites five major reasons
why he believes that TV will play
an important part in education in
the future.
1. Television is both cheaper
and quicker than documentary
or training movies.
2. Through TV it is possible
for students scattered all over
the country in schools and
homes to simultaneously attend
a lecture or demonstration by
the top authority available on
any given topic.
3. There is a tremendous in-
spirational value in coming in
contact with big men in the
various fields of learning.
1. It is much more satisfying
to witness an event or lecture at
the exact moment of its inci-
dence rather than many weeks
later via the traditional movie
screen.
Although his special interest is
in the manual arts, Prof. Byrn
sees great possibilities for televi-
sion in any of the sciences or arts
in which there is a manual tech-
nique involved.
SUCH SUBJECTS as sculptur-
ing, surgery or dramatic interpre-
tation would be ideal for televising,
'he thinks.
"Just think of all the medical
students in the country being
able to watch a famous brain
surgeon at work."
Prof. Byrn admits that it might
prove impractical to give an en-
tire course by television, "but for
supplementation of classroom
work it will prove invaluable."
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123, masterpieces of literature in
translation, presented by Prof.
Bennet Weaver will be broadcast
at 1 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and
Friday. History 11, an introduc-
tion to European history given by
Prof. Arther Dunham, may be
heard on the same program.
** *
THE LECTURES will be trans-
cribed directly from the class-
room and presented later the
same day over the University F.M.
station.
"This is the first time we've
tried a classroom pickup here,"
William Bender, Jr. WUOM
Script Editor said. "However,
it's been very successful at other
Universities."
This system has terrific poten-
tialities, according to a former
student of the University of Wis-
consin, where lecture broadcasts
have been presented for years.
"OUT AT MADISON we'd go to
class out on the lake with a port-
able radio and absorb the sun and
liquid refreshments along with the
course material," she said.
The English and history courses
which will be broadcast this se-
mester were chosen for their pop-
ular appeal and general interest,
Bender said. In effect, it opens
University courses to p e o p 1e
throughout Michigan and outly-
ing states within WUOM's range
as well as the entire student body,
he added.
Mary Garden,
Ex-Opera Star,
To Reminisce
Opens Series of Talks
Wednesday at Hill
Mary Garden, creator of some of
the greatest roles in modern opera,
will open this year's University
Lecture Series with a talk on "My
Memories of the Opera" at 8:30
p.m. Wednesday at Hill Auditor-
ium.
Miss Garden, who at 72 is re-
turning to America from her Scot-
land home for a lecture tour, was
for a quarter of a century the
toast of the operatic world.
* * *
MAKING HER New York debut
in "Thais" in 1907, Miss Garden,
was the pillar of the Chicago Op-
era Company in many coast to
coast tours.
During the war the singer,
who had retired from the stage
in 1934, spent much time in
military hospitals and camps,
and was frequently visited by
American fliers arriving at Pres-
twich.
Season tickets for the Lecture
Series, which will include Mrs.
Eleanor Roosevelt, Adolphe Men-
jou, Leland Stowe, Dr. Raplh
Bunche, King Peter of Yugoslav-
ia, and John Mason Brown, are
on sale at the Hill Auditorium Box
office.
Individual tickets" may be pur-
chased on the day preceding each
lecture.

'U' Officials
Will Attend
Conference
Regents Roscoe 0. Bonisteel,
Alfred B. Connable and J. Joseph
Herbert, along with Vice-presi-
dent Marvin L. Niehuss, will at-
tend the -annual meeting of the
Association of Governing Boards
of State Universities and Allied
Institutions next week at Denver,
Colorado.
Connable, a past president of
the association, will take part in
the opening session on Thursday
and preside over a discussion of
"Women in Higher Education" at
an afternoon session on Friday.
State Senator James Millikin,
of Traverse City, will also take
part in the program Thursday

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LUNCHES 65c to $1.00
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FORSALE
WHIZZER Motor Bike Well-main-
tained. All essential accessories.
Cheap, rapid, dependable transporta-
tion. Priced to sell. Call John Piele-
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R.ESTRICTED TO STUDENTS and fac-
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TIME and LIFE - only $4.75 a year
instead of $6.00. Available by phon-
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WHIZZER in excellent condition. Less
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MISC. FURNITURE, excellent condi-
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_ 47
A PAIR of excellent Choral Union
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Reply Box 202, Michigan Daily. )43
BICYCLE--Gir's English. 3-speed,
hand-brakes. Good condition. 714
Haven. Phone 2-9580. )44
ROYAL PORTABLE-New condition.
One owner. $45. Phone 2-3496. )45
TUXEDO-Cosgrain lapels. Only worn
twice. First $15.00 takes. Phone-Ypsi.
4360 J-2. )30

FOR SALE
UNPAINTED
FURN ITURE
Complete stock of 4 drawer and 5
drawer chests, night, stands and
tables, chairs, coffee tables, desks,
breakfast tables, bookcases and utility
racks. All made from smooth, bright
lumber. Save money-Paint it your-
self.
Gill Lumber Co.
524 So.,Main St. Phone 2-4555.
"Where the Greater Number Get
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L. C. SMITH TYPEWRITER. $25. Apart-
ment size washer. Easy Spindry, $30.
410 E. Jefferson. ____)15_
HALF SIZE MOTORCYCLE-1947 Royal
Enfield. Ph. 2-4401, room 403, Wen-
ley House. )24
WHIZZER MOTORBIKE-$75. See at
311_Westwood or Ph. 7297. )26
MAN'S ENGLISH Overcoat. Size 40,
Misses 2 fur coats, black cloth coat,
velvet trim, dresses, sizes 12 and 14.
Clean and good condtion. Two pair
ice skates, ski boots. 2 radios. 3110
Dexter Road. Tel. 2-4796. )13
SALE OF USED typewriters. Come in
and look them over. Reduced up to
50 pertcent. Office equipment, 215
S. Fourth. )
SHIRT COLLARS TURNED-50c. Tuck-
away House. E. Liberty at Maynard.
Phone 9582. )1
COUSINS
on State St.
Du Pont NylonaAnklets
79c and 97c a pair
4-ply throughout
)2
STUDEBAKER-i1941 Commander, 4
door sedan, radio, heater. By original
owner. At Angus Standard Service,
1220 S. University. )38
ZEISS I KAUTA B-f 1:45 lens, extra
viewer attachment. Perfect condition.
1-3noff list price. Call 8641 after 3
p. nM. ) 37
1938 OLDSMOBILE tudor sedan. Good
condition. Good heater. 1809 Bald-
win. Week-day evenings. )39
'37 FOR Tudor. R. and H. tires, mo-
tor, rakes and .starting all good.
$150. 2-5184. )40
FOR SALE-Webster Automatic Record
Changer. Astatic pickup. Almost new.
_$15. Phone 7277. )36
ALMOST NEW English Bicycle. 3
speeds, dual brakes, wheel generator.
Experience In Ann Arbor traffic.
Highest offer. Phone 6852 after 6. )35
1937 FORD-Good condition. New tires.
Clean running motor. $125. E. T.
_Gholson, 230 Prescott, E. Q. )34
LET US help you keep your complexion
soft and clear. For a limited time
only, we are offering a regular $2.50
size Jar of Bonne Bell cleansing
cream for $1. Calkins Fletcher, State
St. at North University._)5
WOMAN'S lightweight Schwinn bi-
cycle. Hand brakes, 3 speed gears.
Good condition. $30. Ph. Richy
Cross, 2-3225. )27
WHIZZER BIKE-Best offer takes. Hur-
on Golf Club. Huron River Drive. )31
WANTED TO BUY
THREE TICKETS for the Michigan-
Minnesota game. Fayanne Shapiro,
594 Jordan. )3W
TWO TICKETS to the Army-Michigan
game. Sue A. McCutcheon, 508 Mosh-
er Hall. )2W
I NEED two adulttickets for Minnesota
game. Call 4685. Lucille Goldstone.
)5SW

ROOM AND BOARD
BOARD for eight men at fraternity
table. Six dlays a week. No Saturday
breakfast. Sec Bud, 406 Packard Road
or phone 7039.)3X
PERSONAL
WANTED 75 DINERS for 2 meals a
day, Mon. througrhFri at the
beautiful STAE COACH INN. $10 a
week. For information call 6004. )2P
WILL PLAN U. of M. Theatre Guild-
Fall presentation, Thursday, Oct. 6.
Michigan League, 8 p. m. )4P
LEARN TO DANCE
JIMMIE HUNT DANCE STUDIOS
209 S. State Street. Ph. 8161.
)1P_
ECONOMICS STUDENTS - Read the
opinions of top American econom--,is;tsI
on modern problems in FORTUNE.
Try a four-month sulbscription at on-
ly $2.50 (Special student rate). Eight
months $5.00, twelve months $7.50.
The student rate saves you 50, .dPh.
2-82-42 to order. Student Periodical
Agency. 33
ATTENTION - All RAF fighter pilots
contact leftenant Mitty at Hill Audi-
torium, Oct 18.
ROOMS FOR RENT
ROOMS available for students' guests.
Football week-ends. Private home ac-
commodations. Phone 2-9850. 12:30 tr
1:00. 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. )3R
BRING your week-end guests to the
Pierce Transient Home, except for
the Army Game. 1133 East Ann. Phone
8144. 2R
HAVE VACANCIES for four m'ale stu-
dents. Complete kitchen privileges.
House on campus. Call 2-2052. )2F
GIRL WANTED to share apartment
with two graduate students. 12-min-
ute walk from campus. Call 2-8751. 8R
FOR RENT_
TWO DOUBLE ROOMS. $5 per person.
Inner spring mattresses. Newly deco-
rated. 721 Catherine. _______)4F
LARGE front double room for two stu-
dents. Male students preferred. Mrs.
N. H. Smith, 807 W. Liberty. )6F
NEED PLACE TO LIVE?
American 25 ft. trailer for rent or
sale. In first class condition. Best
offer takes. See from 6-8 p. m. at
trailer park on Milan road between
Ypsi and Ann Arbor.
Virginia Borders, 3423 Carpenter Rd.
_____ ___ ) 5F
LOSTAND FOUND_
LOST-Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity pin
Name on back, D. Coombs. Please
call_2-6824. Reward.____1L
LOSTr-Ronson lighter with initials
CLR. Liberal reward. 591 Jordan )3L
LOST-Phi Delta Epsilon medical
fraternity pin. B.J.H. engraved on
back. Call Bernie at 2-3781 after
7 p. m. or return to 1402 Hill St.
Reward. )6.
LOST-Pair lightweight hornrirmed
glasses last week. Reward. Ph.
2-3256. )5L
REWARD-Square cowhide purse lost
in A.H. 3231, Friday afternoon, with
valuable contents. Contact 2-6581,
Rm. 3073, or box 321.

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402 Observatory, Ph. 2-8606
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EXPERIENCED laundress pick up and
deliver. Ph. 519+3. 6B
HOME LAUNDRYdone by experienced
person. Ph. 20401,0. __ )713
WASHING AND OR IRONING. Done in
my own home. Free pick-up and de-
_livery. rPhonte 2-°020. ____(1B
CANARIES, PARAKEETS and tropical
birds. Bird supplies and cages. Mrs.
Ruffins, 526E . 7th. Ph. 5330. )2B
HILDEGARDE SHOPPE
109 E. Washington
Expert Alterations
Custom Clothes
Estabished Tradition.
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EFFICIENT, Expert, prompt typewriter
repair service. Mosely's Typewriter
and Supply Company. 214 E. Wash-
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PAUL'S MUSICAL.
REPAIR
Van Doren Clar. Reeds
Box of 25-;4.50.
New and Used Istruents
209 E. Washington
)4 B
Nail Saver
Most coe ds find 'that a protec-
tive overcoating on nail polish
saves wear and tear on a manicure.
It not only keeps the nails from
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1932 MODEL B FORD--Good transpor-
tation $90. Phone 2-5128 after 5:30
P.M. ) 71
FOR SALE-Man's bicycle, $8; Lady's
English riding boots, $4; 4 pair me-
dium blue drapes, 72", 3 pair drapes,
54", $6. 2504 Brockman. Ph. 7265. )25
Selling Out
EVERYTHING MUST GO
Must vacate building by Sunday, Oct. 9
Motorcycles 0 Scooters * Cars
20% OFF on all CUSHMAN
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INDI kN PARTS.AND ACCESSORIES
25% OFF
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7 CARS $40 to $495
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FALL SPECIALS
Water repellent Poplin Jackets $3.88.
All wool pea coats $8.99.
Flannel shirts, $1.79.
All wool flannel pants $6.49.
Open til 6:30 p.m. Sam's Store
122 E. Washington St.

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The movement can only progress
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but he is certain that TV will have
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