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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, APRIL ?4,1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 19~7

V WRITER, PRODUCER:
Slote Claims 'Birds-Eye View' of 'U'

By SARAH DRASIN
"A real birds-eye view of a great
University," is what Alfred Slote
gets in his Job as writer-producer
for the University television stu-
ios.
Slote Is a University graduate,
Phi Beta Kappa recipient, major
Hopwood winner, Fulbright schol-
ar, novelist and teacher. His wife,
Henrietta Slote, is also a major
Hopwood winner, Fulbright scholar
and novelist.
"The activity at this studio Is
simply amazing," he remarked.
"During a week, one nas a chance
to work with the Stanley Quartet,
people from aerodyxamics or
mathematics, a progra:. on psy-
chological or healt" problems."
"The scope of this job," he add-
ed, "makes it a continually won-
derful exp ience."
Last August
Coming here last August from
three years of teaching English
at Williams College, Slote noted
that his job is a bit different from
his last one.
"University television Is an edu-
cational institution," Slote ex-
plains. "My job here is primarily
to work with faculty and help
them project to the television au-
cience."
"Trying to get a message across
to a small class is a far cry from
speaking to two or three million
people which is often our ultimate
viewing audience. I try to help
them say what they want to say
in the best way possible," he add-
ed.
"What we try to do here," Slote
continued, "is to 'bring the Uni-
versity to the people. There are
many who just cannot come to
college, but whom we can get to
through television."
Large Variety of Subjects
Slote noted the large variety of
subject matter he has covered
since August. "I started out with
a 15-week marriage series," he
stated, "moved to the state capitol
for another series, and we've just
finished doing a series on France
for which we traveled to the U.N.
in New York."
"We covereverything here from
mother-in-law problems to guber-
natorial problems," he commented
smilingly.
The University set-up is not a
sending studio, Slote emphasized,
but programs ae filmed and sent
out to be used on educational or
commercial stations. They are also
used, he noted, as audio-visual
educational aids.
Students Play Large Part
University students also play a
large part in the studio opera-
tions, Slote explained. All techni-
cians, cameramen, floor assistants
and junior production people are
students.
Every Monday and Friday,
speech classes take over the studio.
"So you see," Slote says, "the stu-
dent also plays a large part in our
operations here."
"As far as quality goes," Slote
continued, "speaking strictly as a
newcomer in the TV field, I would
say that the quality of our films is
far superior to that of other college
studios. I would even say that they
are often better than network pro-
ductions."
With all this enthusiasm for

Conference
To Discuss
Honor Plan
The literary college Steering
Committee will hold a conference
to discuss the implications of the
newly established Honors Council
at 3 p.m. Thursday, May 2 in the
Hussey Room in the League.
Students and faculty members
participating in honors programs
are invited to the meeting.
Three faculty members will de-
scribe the function and aims of
the Council. Informal discussion
will follow.
Students interested in petition-
ing for the Steering Committee are
also invited to attend. Deadline for
the petitions is May 6.
Kerr Takes
10-Day Trip
To Thailand
Prof. Kerr of the engineering
college leaves today for a ten-day
visit to Thailand.
At the request of the Interna-
tional Cooperation Administra-
tion, he will help thex Thailand
government prepare a combined
research and training program in
the field of nuclear engineering.
The proposal will then be sub-
mitted to the U.S. for support un-
der the Atoms for Peace program.
q member of the faculty advis-
ory committee in Michigan's grad
school program in nuclear engi-
neering, Prof. Kerr will also sur-
vey - thailand's personliel in scien-
tific resources for work in that
field.
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deadline, 3 P.M. daily. 11:00 A.M. Saturday
Phone NO 2-3241

JACK-OF-ALL-TRADES-and master of all, is Alfred Slote,
producer-writer at the University television studios. Slote, a Uni-
versity gr duate, was a major Hopwood winner, Phi Beta Kappa

recipient, and Fulbright scholar.
television production, Slote admits
that he has another love-writing.
He has published two novels since
1953, "Denham Proper," a portrait
of a family, and "Lazarus in Vien-
na," a story of post-war Vienna.
The latter has just been trans-
lated into Spanish.
The young author gained a great
deal of experience here at the Uni-
versity where he majored in Eng-
lish, received his master's degree'
and worked as a teaching fellow in
English.
As a major Hopwood winner in
Buis Company

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Makes Profit
In First Week
In its first week of formal op-
eration, the Ann Arbor Transit,
Inc., found itself "in the black,"
according to John W. Rae, com-
pany co-ordinator.
Although the margin appears
small, there was a return of $21.95,
Rae reported. This resulted after
payments of more than $125 to
each driver and a $189 payment
on a bank loan.
The company is still in need of
stock subscriptions, Rae said, and
checks are being accepted. These
subscriptions are needed, he con-
tinued, to enable the firm to re-
duce the outstanding loan
amount.
Rae also announced that a cur-
rent plan is in effect to deter-
mine the extent of patronage on
Route four which servs the ex-
treme southeast section of Ann
Arbor. A one-hour service during
the day is being tried on that
route.

1949, Slote studied with Roy Cow-
den whom he termed, "certainly
one of the finest teachers of Writ-
ing in the country." Upon gradua-
tion, he spent several years in
Europe, one on a Fulbright schol-
arship studying comparative liter-
ature.
"I had never really considered
television writing and producing
before," Slote states. "The only
work I had done in this field was
as a student here when I wrote
radio plays as a sort of 'comic
relief' from my 'heavier responsi-
bilities'."
"I certainly enjoyed it," Slote
went on, "and Garnet Garrison,
director of . University television,
remembered me. He wrote and
asked if I would be interested in
'this young adventure of educa-
tional television', and I took the
opportunity."
. Greatly Worthwhile
"It's certainly a far cry from
teaching the 'Aeneid', or 'Paradise
Lost', Slote noted, "and greatly
worthwhile. But perhaps someday,
even 'Paradise Lost' will find its
way onto educational television."
Slote leaned earnestly forward.
"I believe very deeply that the
University has a mission which
they can fulfill through television
- a mission of bringing good
things to people."
"Sure it has its limitations,"
Slote continued. "It's not going to
solve all the problems of the
world."
"But," he added, "here is an
opportunity for people seriously
interested in idealistic rather than
commercial writing. Here is an
opportunity for people with a little
culture, knowledge and good taste
and a sincere interest in doing
something worthwhile."

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Prof. S. V. Kogekar of Poona
University in India will speak on
"India After the Election" at 4
p.m. today in the West Conference
Room of the Rackham Building.
The lfeture is under the spon-
sorship of the Political Science
department.
Prof. Albert G. Hart of Columbia
University will speak tonight un-
der the auspices of the Economics
Club.
His talk, "Monetary Policy in
Economic Stabilization," is sched-
uled for 8 p.m. in Rackham Am-
phitheatre. He is a professor of
economics at Columbia.
* * *
Frank Ahlgren, editor of Mem-
phis Commercial Appeal, will lec-
ture on "The Editor's Responsibil-
ity to his Community and Profes-
sion" at 3 p.m. today in Aud. A,
Angell Hall.
Presently, Ahlgren is a director
of the Southern Newspaper Pub-
lishers Association and chairman'
of the Southern Education Report-
ing Service.
His lecture is sponsored by the
Department of Journalism.
Wolverine Club committee chair-
manships have been announced by
LewSusman, '59, club president.
New Chairmen are Mike Rolfe,
'59, and Carolyn Fisher, '58, Block
M; Cinder Kelly, '59, Publicity;
Robert Baer, '60, Pep Rallies; and
Joel Levine, '60, Special Events.
Judy Myers, '60, will serve as
freshman chairman of Block M.
Eloise Eberhart, '60, was named
undersecretary of the club.,
Kempe Named
Lloyd L. Kempe, associate pro-
fessor of chemical and metallurgi-
cal engineering and bacteriology,
has been invited to serve on a new
six-man subcommittee on micro-
biology by the National Academy
of Sciences-National Research
Council.
Serving a two-year term, he will
help the Quartermaster Food and
Container Institute meet problems
in microbiology.

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Meet me Friday at 3.
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)F203
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(for a while). Last week for special
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Opportunities for 8 weeks summer
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see
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Friday, April 26, 1957, )Hi
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