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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, 8PtU Y It i

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 11. 1956

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F_

tamp Club
egins Show

'PHOTOFAX' NEEDS NO DARKROOM:
New Picture Transmitter Added to 'U' Department

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The Department of JournalismT

nn Arbor Stamp Club will hold has added the newest of all picture
-frame stamp exhibition in the transmission devices to its facili-

Michig- Room of the League,
'rom 12 n'oon to 10 p.m. today.
Twenty nation-wide stamp deal-
ers will be present at the exhibit,
which features postal history of
he middle east. Postal history of
[ibet, including markings and
nilitar; expeditions, Syria and
French Post Offices in Egypt will
>e shown.
Another feature of the exhibi-
lion will be frames of United States
-enfederacy stamps and American
Verprinting oh World War II
,urope stamps.
Gordon uTorrey, grad., president
A the club, is in' charge of the
xhibition, which is open to the
ublic.
Hichi gras
There will be a meeting of the
dichigras committee secretaries at
0:30 a.m. today in the Michigras
)ffice in the Union."
Today thru Thursday.
- SHOWS FROM 1:30
I 65c
WINNER GRAND PRIX
DUt CINEMA FRANCAIS
.SOME LOVE only ONCE,
. and FOREVER
OTHERS only play
S at
y 0
'TheeA
ORIGINAL
CANDID
Masterpiece
"Recreates the mercurial
moods of a boy sixteen
and a girl fifteen who be-
come increasinly aware
that their childhood af-
fection has matured into
adult love."
Boston Post
---COMING SOON -
OTH ELO"
ORSON WELLES

ties.
The Associated Press "Photofax"
transmits pictures directly without
need of a darkroom. The machine
consists of a large grey metal
cabinet with two rolls of paper
above it to be fed through. The
cabinet's innards are filled with an
array of wiring, radio tubes and
electrical equipment.
It employs a special fan to cool
the tubes. In the machine's back
is a small telephone loud-speaker
from which 'a continuous stream
of conversation and explanation
concerning the picture then being
transmitted emerges.
Prof. Karl F. Zeisler of the jour-
nalism department explained the
machine uses chemically treated
paper which reacts to electric cur-
rent. An electric scanning device
creates the print much as a tele-
vision image is produced.
As the picture passes over the
electric plate, a strong current will
turn the paper black while grays
are produced by milder currents.
As every part of the picture passes
over the plate, the picture can be
formed accordingly.
Prof. Zeisler said the instrument
was developed in Britain for tele-
vision stations. The pictures were
photographed in such a way that
they served as background sceA ery

great deal of value. It lets the
student look in on inside informa-
tion."
Although the machine is yet to
be completely perfected, it has
many advantages over the stand-
ard teletype.
"Its value lies in the fact it
cuts out the darkroom," Prof.
Maurer said, "and is quicker in
process than the wire-photo. The
process still needs development for
use in engraving although some
newspapers are experimenting in
use of the picture directly."
The usual use for the machine
is as a monitoring device. The
newspaper editors can rapidly de-
termine the pictures coming over
the wire-photo and even find out
what their own photographers are
doing.
The instrument is going through
a process of constant development.
The lines have been made much
finer and the resultant picture has
become decidedly clearer.
"We as faculty are quite inter-
ested in developments in this
field," Prof. Maurer explained.
"These pictures come over with
the cutlines," he pointed out. The
students can compare their own
writing with the professional writ-
ing describing each picture.
Prof. Maurer said the journalism
students have taken strong inter-
est in the device. The department
plans to display the transmitted
photographs in Mason Hall.
The department chairman ex-
tended an invitation to all students
who have interest in the machine
to come over and see it.

-Daily-Sam Ching
JOURNALISM DEPARTMENT'S "PHOTOFAX"
demonstrated by departmental students.
for video programs, thereby sav- in the morning and ends at one

MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
RATES
LINES 1 DAY 3 DAYS 6 BAYS
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Figure 5 average words to a line.
Classified deadline, 3 P.M. daily.
11:00 A.M. Saturday
Phone NO 2-3241
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keys. Reward. Call Dick Alden, Ypsi-
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LOST: Six inch P & E slide rule in an
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LOST DURING FINALS-Universal Ge-
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PERSONAL
PROFESSIONALS-improve your speak-
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poses. 3-1531 Ext. 296. )87F
CARS FOR RENT
AVIS rent-a-car or truck for local or
long distance use. Reasonable daily,
weekly, or hourly rates. Nye Motor
Sales, Inc., 210 W. Washington St.,
NO 3-4156. )10S
FOR SALE
ROOM DIVIDERS, set of five, excellent
condition. Small desk, coffee table,
twin bed. Must sell. NO 3-6018.
)129B
I PAIR of Cut-throat Finches. Tropi-
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Aquarium. NO 3-0224. )172B
FOR SALE: Collegiate Furnishings for
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BUSINESS SERVICES
RE-WEAVING. Burns, tears, moth
holes rewoven. Let us save your
clothes. Weave Bac Shop, 224-Nickels
Arcade. )30J
WILL TAKE PRE-SCHOOL CHILD for
day care. Licensed home near cam-
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RICHARD MADDY VIOLINMAKER.
Fine, old certified instruments and
bows. 310 S. State. NO 2-5962. )31J
HELP WANTED
WANTED. Camp Counselors for YWCA
Camp near Ann Arbor. If interested
call 2-2581. Mrs. Gross. )74H.
WANTED-Cab drivers, full or part time.
Apply 113 S. Ashley, Ann Arbor Yellow
and Checker Cab Company. Phone
NO 8-9382. )70H
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
HAS OPENINGS FOR
SECRETARIES, STENOGRAPHERS
TYPISTS
Medical Technologists in the fields of
CHEMISTRY, BIO-CHEMISTRY
BACTERIOLOGY
Good vacation, sick leave policies.
Liberal fringe benefits, excellent
working conditions.
Apply:
University of Michigan
Personnel Office
3012 Administration Bldg.
Ann Arbor, Michigan
)71H
ROOMS FOR RENT
LOOKING FOR ROOMMATE. Half block
from campus. Cooking privijeges.
Gary Paulu, 417 E. Liberty. )16D
DOUBLE ROOM, two boys, clean linen
furnished, close to campus. 319 E.
Jefferson, NO 2-1859. )14D
WOMAN STUDENT to share apartment,
earn rent by light duties.'1221 S.
State, Apt. 1. )15D
SUITES and rooms for men, one and
one-half blocks from campus. For
further information call NO 3-4257
or NO 3-1485. )16D
% DOUBLE with washbowl. Call NO 2-
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MEN STUDENTS-Single at 518 E. Wil-
liam. Singles and doubles at 426 Ham-
ilton Place.

USED CARS
1955 FORD FAIRLANE
Club sedan. 11,000 Miles. Tutone,
Fordomatic, Fully equipped. NO 2-
1684. )113N
BUY WITH CONFIDENCE-Fully re-
conditioned used cars. 1953 Mercury
Tudor, Mercomatic, radio and heater,
$1095; 1951 Mercury Tudor, overdrive,
$575; 1955 Ford Tudor, 8 cylinder Ford-
omatic, $1595; 1953 Chrysler Newport
Hardtop Coupe at $1345. See us now.
Fitzgerald Inc., Lincoln-Mercury, 3345
Washtenaw, NO 3-4197. )112N
REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE-Four Room Home. $1,500
down, $75 per month. Full price $8,-
000. Roswell Dillon, Realtor. NO 3-
4154, Eves., NO 5-4432 or NO 8-9030.
}1R
BOARDERS
BOARDERS WANTED. Good food. $10
per week. Call NO 8-8400. )13S
BOARDERS WANTED-Medical Frater-
nity. Corner Hill & Forest. Inquire
Steward, NO 2-2252. )12
BOARDERS WANTED - Good food.
Reasonable rates. Call Art Cieslak,
NO 2-9431. )118
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expenses. -
Then, he continued, as the qual-
ity was improved, the machine be-
gan to be used by newspapers.
Prof. Wesley H. Maurer, Chair-
man of the Department of Journ-
alism, referred to the invention's
wide-spread adoption in this coun-
try. Several hundred machines
are used throughout the United
States.
"There are eight of these," Prof.
Maurer said, "in the state.'
For the department, he con-
tinued, "the service starts at seven
PLANNING A DANCE?
.Carl Manning
and his Com~labo
featuring -
CHARLIE TIMBERLAKE
Phone Ypsilanti 3384-M

a.m.
"The scheduling of the pictures
by various editors over the United
States is sent to the A.P. head-
quarters in New York," he said.
For that reason the two way tele-
phone within the machine is used.
"This constant cross-talk has a

HIGHWAY ZOO

HIHA1O

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AA Traffic Situation Studied

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A Detroit firm employed to con-
duct an extensive survey of the
Ann Arbor traffic situation said
yesterday it is unable to say when
the project may begin.
The city council has appropri-
ated $15,000 for the survey. Mayor
William E. Brown, Jr., said yes-
day that he hopes the necessary
information to be collected will be
gathered within 90 days.
Time Indefinite
Lloyd Reed Company could not
say how much time will be needed
to complete such an operation.

Ir I IUI 11 1 11 1 I

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You'll find

crowds out-

Reed said that before such a
survey can begin, all available
information must first be collected.
When this is finished, the company
can then go ahead and plan the
survey. Preliminary information
had not been evaluated as yet,
Reed said.
Typical of the methods to be
employed by the firm will be
traffic counts at intersections and
on main streets, tabulation of
availability of on- and off-street
parking facilities, and inquiries of
car drivers about their points of
departure and destinations.
Survey Used In Future
The results of the survey will be
used in the planning of future city
developments,- parking areas, and
other projects dependent on the
traffic situation.

The ELEPHANT
this is the big, stalwart, unpossable
type who plants himself in the middle
of the road and slowly plods along.
Accused of being a traffic hazardhe
looks hurt and surprised .and says,
"Who metI was only going 201"
NVAtIONAL sAFETY COUnCI

side our restaurant, but
it's never too crowded in-
side to look after you a
side to look after you and
your escort. Our smor-
gasbord really packs the
crowd in!
>,ow w Noirf.

CAMPUS TOURISTS
Phone NO 3-8454

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man to share. $6 per week.
Forest. 2-1639.

Need. 1
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Forest. 2-'1639. )23D

THE MICHIGRAS CENTRAL COMMITTEE
wishes to thank
JIM WHITE MOTOR SALES

FOR THE GENEROUS LOAN OF

THEIR OFFICIAL CAR.

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