THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9. 1951
FROM SOUP TO NUTS:
SouthQuad Boasts Photography Room
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By MIKE WOLFF
When the Madison St. "sky-
scraper" was being constructed its-
architects claimed they had drawn . .
on years of study in endowing it
with the ingredients necessary for
an ideal residence hall.
And a tour through South Quad-
rangle's fully-equipped photogra-
phy suite will give evidence thatf
little was overlooked.
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SITUATED next to Club 600, the
darkroom serves as the headquar-
ters for the 36 members of the
Their $1 a semester dues en-
title them to use the room's fa-
cilities, which include an en-
larger, a contact printer a dry-
er and a washer, at any hour of
the day. They must, however,
clean up when leaving and re-
frain from doing any commer-
The club's president, Clarence
Hardy, '54, pointed out that as
dues also cover the cost of chemi-
cals (purchased cut-rate from the
chemistry department) a memberf
need only furnish his own paper
OPEN only to residents of the
South Quadrangle, the darkroom
boasts separate rooms for enlarg-
ing, printing, loading film, and
other operations. A series of right-
angled passageways makes doors -Daily-Don Campbell
between the rooms unnecessary SHUTTERBUGS-President of the South Quad photography
while insuring total darkness. club, Clarence Hardy, '54, enlarges a picture while member Gerry
At present clmhigh hmidity Van Otteren, '56A, examines the work he has turned out with the
the room, but Hardy said they help of the complete Quad darkroom facilities.
hope eventually to improve yen- * * * * *
tilation. yBesides engaging in their own strations of their latest photo-
Although all the club's present work-which includes everything graphic achievements.
equipment came with the dark- from taking house pictures to mak-
room, any additions will have to ing Christmas cards-members ga- Cameron at Yale
be. purchased from dues. Club ther on alternate Mondays for,
member Gerry Van Otteren, '56A, general meetings. Open to the pub- Prof. George C. Cameron of the
said they intend to buy a second lie, these gatherings feature in- Department of Near Eastern
enlarger for popular 35mm film. struction in photographic tech- Studies will deliver the third in a
niques by both members and out- series of eight Trumbull Lectures
Events of the Week
Prof. Hans T. David of the School of Music will lecture on "Hein-
rich Schutz and His Christmas Historia" at 4:15 p.m. in Rackham
WEDNESDAY - .
Five student representatives of speech courses will give talks at
4 p.m. in Rackham Lecture Hall.
Prof. Andre Martinet, of the language department at Co-
lumbia University will lecture on "Diachronic Phoenemics" at 8
p.m. in the East Conference Room, Rackham Bldg.
Prof. Martinet will speak at 4:15 p.m. at Rackham Amphitheatre
on "Linguistic Affinity: Convergence versus Divergence."
Speech department play, "The Birds," 8 p.m., through Saturday,
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Union Opera, "No Cover Charge," 8:30 p.m. through Friday, Mi-
Student Legislature counseling service for all students who have
not yet decided on a field of concentration, 3 to 5 p.m., Rm. 1025
Wilhelm Eitel of the University of Toledo will deliver a lecture on
"Mineralogy of Silicate Sciences," at 4 p.m. in Rm. 2054 of the Na-
tural Science Bldg.
F. Raymond Fosberg of the Catholic University of America will
speak on "Pacific Coral Atolls" at 4:15 p.m. in Rackham Amphithe-
Student members of Opera Workshop will present scenes from
four operas, 8:30 p.m. in Aud. A, Angell Hall.
Prof. Harold F. Blum of the zoology department of Princeton
University will speak on "Time's Arrow and Man,' at 4:15 p.m. in
SL Cinema Guild Movies, "The Magic Horse" and "Nanook of
the North," 5:30, 7 and 9 p.m. today and tomorrow and 8 p.m.
Sunday, Architecture Auditorium.
Recital directed by Josef Blatt, 8:30 p.m., Aud. A, Angell Hall.
Hockey, Michigan vs. University of Toronto, 8 p.m., Coliseum.
For Health Aid
Because the health program
abroad has become increasingly a
problem here, we must continue to
back beneficial though expensive
aid programs such as Point Four,
government official Dr. John H.
Hanlon told an audience of public
health students yesterday.
Dr. Hanlon, associate director of
the health and sanitation staff of
the State department's Technical
Cooperation Administration, spoke
on "The Misery of Man and What
to Do About It." His talk was
sponsored by Delta Omega, na-
tional honorary public health so-
said that out of the world's two
billion persons, "the vast majority
exist in a state of near or actual
He said that, although the coun-
try receiving aid must help itself
to the best of its ability, America
must bear "an important share of
the work abroad in the field of
Thedoctor commended such aid
organizations as Point Four, the
World Health Organization, the
Institute of Inter-American Affairs
and other government agencies as
leading the way.
Fountain Pens & Sets
Billfolds & Keytainers
Desk & Study Lamps
115 W. Liberty St.
Model Airplane Kits & Motors
Lionel Trains & Accessories
H-O Train Kits & Supplies
READ AND USE DAILY CLASSIFIEDS '
With the approaching holiday
season, the General Library has
put up an unusual collection of
Christmas books in its first floor
Christmas books are those sent
-by various collectors, publishers
and writers instead of the- more
common Christmas card. They
rarely are listed for sale in any of
the book trade catalogues and
usually are privately printed in
very limited editions.
The material contained In the
books ranges from the poetry of
Walt Whitman and William Ho-
bart Royne to a map of the an.
cient English city of Barches-
ter and Robert Burton's "A Cure
Also displayed are familiar
Christmas stories including several
poems and stories of Browning,
Thackeray, Tennyson and Long-
A third section of the exhibition
is devoted to literary annals and
books especially written and pub-
lished for Christmas gift-giving.
One of the featured works in this
section is "Two Thousand Years
of Season's Greeting," compiled by
an American publishing corpora-
tion as their 1951 greeting.
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