THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1953
'U' School of
Dentigtry SL Selects
luoridation Capra Film
This equipment, located in theF
Ann Arbor water softening plant,
is capable of fluoridating twice
as much water as the city pres- Student Legislature Cinema
ently uses. Total cost each year Guild will present the Frank Cap-
is only about 14 cents per per- ra production of "Lo'st Horizons,"
son, as only one part of fluorine based on the James Hilton novel.
is used to a million parts of wa- this weekend at Architecture Au-
The chief advantage of fluorid- Starring Ronald Colman and
ation is the cutting down of tooth Jane Wyatt, the two million dol-
lar production deals with a group
decay in an inexpensive manner, of Americans and Europeans who
according to Prof. Jay. Children, are shanghaied by a grim Mongol-
mainly, are affected by the proc- ian piloting their plane to the
ties by 65 per cent y apeaceful Tibetan valley of Shan-
tisby6 erc. ' grai-.La-
The few cavities that do devel- g * a .
op are smaller in both size and AFTER THE harrowing experi-
number, Prof. Jay said. In adults, ence of the plane crash, the weary
however, the process doesn't cure group makes the shuddering climb
present cavities, but it does stop through the freezing cold of the
decay. Himalayas and finally comes upon
A few areas like Muskegon have the wonders and tranquility of the
fluorine naturally in their drink- hidden paradise.
ing water. Such places gave the As the story progresses the quiet
University scientists their first life of the placid valley variously
clue to the benefits of fluorine in affects each person and each be-
water. gins to long for the outside world
* * * again.
FLUORIDATION has conclu- The movie will be shown at 7
sively been proven safe by the and 9:15 p.m. today qnd tomor-
American Medical Association, row and at 8 p.m. Sunday at Ar-
Anlerican Dental Association, and chitecture Auditorium. Admission
the National Research Council. In is 50 cents.
spite of this, opposition to the
process still keeps public officials
busy. Arts Theatr
This opposition ranges from
charges of 'communist inspired' toT
those of a few religious groups," jO ,
Dr. Otto K. Engelke, local health
commissioner, stated. Tryouts for the Arts Theater
Club's third children's production
'U' TV Series will1be held at 4 p.m. today and 3
p.m. tomorrow at the theater,
-..11209% E. Washington.
To Be Initiated Children, their parents and stu-
dents are needed to fill acting
roles and to work on sets for the
Professors Richard K. Beards- original script adaptation of the
ley and Frederick P. Thieme of famed fairy-tale, "Rumpelstilt-
the anthropology department will skin."
initiate a fifteen week series, "The The play has been written ex-
Progress of Mankind: Prehistoric pressly for the Children's Theater
to Present" on the University's stage and is scheduled for presen-
Television Hour at 1 p.m. Sunday. tation March 14 and 15.
Poetry and prehistoric man will
be discussed on the first half of #
The discussion will be followed
by a talk by James R. Squires of 0
the English department who will
open the eight week series on Y
"Creative Artists at Work."
The program will be telecast by
WWJ-TV, Detroit, WJIM-TV
Lansing, and WKZO-TV, Kalama-
Phi Delta Kappa fp
To Hold Luncheon
Fifteen new members of Phi
Delta Kappa, men's honorary edu-
cation society, will attend an ini-
tiation luncheon at 12:15 p.m.
tomorrow at the Union.
Chief speaker will be former
Dean of the Education School
James B. Edmonson. He will talk
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mittee, interim appointees to the
Board in Control of Student Pub-
lications and other campus and
Legislators consider this func-
tion one of the most important
they fulfill and have constantly
tried to enlarge their powers in
this area. The proposed Joint Ju-
diciary constitution would place
four representatives from the Ca-
binet on the judiciary selection
* * *
FOURTH FUNCTION assigned
to the Legislature is the often
troublesome duty of "serving the
student body in carrying out pro-
jects to meet student needs."
Three motion pictures, "'Cell Di-
vision," "Meiosis," and "Develop-
ment of a Chick," will be shown at
7:30 p.m. today in Kellogg Audi-
torium under the auspices of the
There is no admission charge.
. * *
Tickets: Reserved Seats $1.25
Advance Tickets on sale at Admi
n SL Policy,
SL's varied projects Involve
those which do not logically fall
within the activities of any oth-
er group, those which would not
be done were it not for SL and
those necessary for the Legisla-
ture's financial health.
In the last category is the pro-
fitable Homecoming Dance which
netted upwards of $2,400 last fall
to form a major segment of SL
An example of the first type is
the Cinema Guild, and the Book
Exchange falls into the category
of projects inherited when other
groups could not continue them.
In this case SL took the Exchange
over from IFC.
As worthwhile as these projects
are, members say they occupy a
large amount of time and effort,
leaving little time for the policy
and governing function which leg-
islators feel should be the essence
of effective student government.
Tomorrow: Several views of
student government with a look
to the future.
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So That Artistic Genius May Be Remembered
Present Pianist WALTER GESKIGIn His Most Famous
tPins V LTah|. , 't't.l
Concertos, No. I and 4 (Beethoven).
Preludes, Books 1 and 2 (Debussy)
Symphonic -Variations (Franck)
Kinderscenen, op. 15 (Schumann)
Suite Bergomasque (Debussy)
Concerto In A Minor (Grieg)
Concerto No. 23 in A (Mozart)
Intermezzi, Op. 117 (Brahms)
Sonata No. 12 in A Flat (Beethoven)
Lyric Pieces (Grieg)
And His Latest LP Performance
Beethoven's Fifth Piano Concerto "The Emperor"
With Herbert Von Karajan Conducting The Philharmonic Orchestra