THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1950
'U' SERVICE TO STATE:
Audio-Visual Center Aids Education
By BOB VAUGHN
The outstanding work done by
the University's Audio-Visual Cen-
ter, now in its 13th year, exempli-
fies the acceptance of this model
of education by the public and by
the nation's educators.
One of the most complete cen-
ters of its kind, this unit of the
University supplied more than
1,720 groups in 427 Michigan ci-
ties and towns with audio-visual
materials this year.
MORE than 5,000 movies and
1,000 film strips concerning almost
every conceivable subject a r e
available from the Center's library.
They range from "The Legis-
lative Process in Michigan," to
machine s h o p problems of
"Transmission of Rotary Motion."
And, in keeping with the pre-
sent world crisis, the Center will
soon have available for release
such films as "Pattern for Survi-
val," which shows what should be
done in case of an atom bomb at-
* * * *
Insistant voices of lawyers exa-
mining and cross examining wit-
nesses have been ringing through
Hutchins Hall as the Law School
practice court trials swung into
The practice court is a regular
feature of the senior Law School
curriculum, which was initiated to
acquaint the future attorneys with
the atmosphere and procedure of
the court room.
* * *
TO MAINTAIN a realistic atmo-
sphere, the Law School has devis-
ed an original technique.
Witnesses, chosen from stu-
dents outside the Law School,
are shown movies of the suppos-
At the trials they are asked to
testify as to what they saw. In
this way their testimony is as re-
liable as that of bystanders who
actually witness a crime.
FOR PURPOSES of organiza-
tion, Law School seniors are di-
vided into groups of four. Two
members of each group represent
the plaintiff, and the other two
plead the case of the defendent.
The procedure parallels that
of a real court case as closely
The student lawyers file their
original pleadings and briefs, try
the case, and hear the decision of
a jury whose members they have
After the verdict has been ren-
dered, the losing side prepares a
motion for a new trial following
the standard procedure.
Practice court cases cover all
principal fields of law.
MOSCOW - (R) - Prime Mini-
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WITH AN awareness of the im-
portance of audio-visual educa-
tion in time of war, Director Ford
L. Lemler yesterday said:
"We will be planning acces-
sions to the film library to serve
the needs of adult community
groups and public schools in con-
nection with the growing na-
tional emergency as it affects
civilian defense plans and gene-
ral civilian morale."
In circulation now are such
films as "Report on the Atom"
and "Where Will You Hide" which
are designed to present vividly
atomic progress and its effect on
* * *
IN ADDITION to providing state
wide services the Center also sup-
plies the campus with university-
level audio-visual material, pro-
jection services or the loan of
equipment and consultative serv-
Records indicate that faculty
FILMSTRIP EXAMINATION-Audio-Visual Education Center
director Ford L. Lemler and administrative assistant Mrs. E. H.
McComb check one of the many hundreds of filmstrips available
at the Center.
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use of these services has increas-
ed 25 percent since last year.
In 1949 the Center assumed re-
sponsibility for projection service
to University schools and depart-
ments and provides more than
1,600 hours of film projection in
ALSO, LAST year two silent mo-
tion pictures were made for the
Law School. They were designed to
provide a laboratory experience for
law students engaged in the pre-
paration of trial cases.
Another film, "Industrial Ex-
haust Systems," produced by the
Center is designed to compare
the effects of various types of
modern industrial exhaust sys-
tems and stresses the importance
of selecting the proper type of
system in order to provide more
healthy working conditions in
Prof. Arnet Epple of the me-
chanical engineering department,
and Kenneth Robinson of the
Michigan Bureau of Industrial
Health collaborated on the film
which was produced for the en-
With the help of the Informa-
tion Service and the University
Broadcasting Service, the Center
has made a 91 frame sound film-
strip entitled, "The Michigan Me-
morial Phoenix Project."
Not only does the Center pro-
vide audio-visual materials for the
state and campus but it furnishes
training in effective use of these
Formal course work is offered in
the education school and off cam-
pus through the Extension Service.
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1950
VOL. LXI, No. 72
University Community Center,
Willow Run Village:
Wed., Dec., 20, 8 p.m., Ceramics.
Thurs., Dec.- 21, 8 p.m., Choir
Regents' Meeting: Sat., Jan. 20,
at 9 a.m. Communications for
consideration at this meeting
must be in the President's hands
not later than January 11.
Herbert G. Watkins, Secretary
All Students: A University regu-
lation requires that all students
leaving Ann Arbor for extended
vacations must return Library
books before their departure. The
purpose of this regulation is to
insure the availability of books for
scholars who wish to use them
while the University is not in ses-
In accordance with this rule, stu-
dents planning to spend Christmas
vacation outside Ann Arbor must
return Library books to the Charg-
ing Desk of the General Library (or
the proper Divisional Library) be-
fore leaving the city.
Special permission to charge
books for use outside Ann Arbor
may be given in case of urgent
need. Arrangements must be made
at the Charging Desk for books
from the General Library or with
Librarians in charge of Divisional
Students taking Library books
from Ann Arbor without permis-
sion are liable to a fine of $1.00.
The restrictions upon the use
of automobiles by University of
Michigan students will be lifted
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