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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

d Circuit Television System

A&D Plans
Expansion
Of Program
Department of city planning in
architecture school is expected. to
expand to a full five year course,
according to Prof. John W. Hyde
of the planning department.
At the present time, students
may choose planning as an option
in their senior year and graduate
with a degree in city planning.
The new proposal would make it
a full course of study in order to
,train the students more thorough-
ly and with a wider range of ex-
perience.
Case Study Used
The projectbmethod is presently
used as the basis of instruction.
It involves making a case study
of a new community or a com-
munity to be renewed sand chart-
ing the information on a series of
maps or diagrams.
The diagrams show the com-
munity layout including schools
and school districts, shopping een-
ters, and street layouts.
Give Relationships
Other diagrams include the com-
munity's relationship to telephone
lines, mail routes, banks, retail
m~arkets,: commuter's travel,
wholesale markets and the drain-
age system.
[n order to secure this necessary
information, students must visit
all these facilities.
In planning new communities,'
students learn to estimate how
much space should be given to
private homes, multiple dwellings,
stores, and industry. The industry
must be 'able to support thie city,
the community cannot be too
small to support the industry.

School Nutrition Education
Programi Called Inadequate

ATTENTION: GRADS
THIS WEEK
*COFFEE HOUR ---Wed. 4-5:30
Rackham, 2nd floor Lounge
* SOCIAL HOUR -- Friday 5-7 P.M.
VFW Hall, 314 E. Liberty
Sponsored by Graduate Student Council

"Because the nation's teenagers
have had aninadequate .education
on nutrition, many of them do not
know how to choose the proper
foods, Prof. Adelia Beeuwkesof
public health school recently said.
Inaccurate information and the
lack of information about nutri-
tion in early ages can "lead to
irreparable nutritional damage in
later life," she added,
Plan Program ,
Prof. Beeuwkes is in Washington
to establish a Nutrition Education
Foundation to aid in the develop-
ment of coordinated nutrition pro-
grams in the nation's public
schools.
"Teenage girls do not want to
grow 'big and strong,' in many
cases given as the only purpose of
food, in school. Ways should be
described for teachers to success-
fully keep pace with the girls'
emotional and physical develop-
ment," she continued,
Children Drop Out
"Nutritional education is' im-
portant in the early years of school
because many children drop out
before finishing high school."
This education is very important
with young girls because, Prof.
,Beeuwkes said, "The nutritional
needs for reproduction must be
given recognition in our efforts to
determine how to do a better Job
in nutrition education."
"Girls in this group come into
child-bearing years and their nu-
tritional status is particularly im-
portant," sh'e explained.
From 1950 to 1955, 12 per cent
of the live births were to women

under 20 years of age."The women
who bore children between 20 and
24 years received their nutrition
foundationfor this experience in
the teen years," Prof. Beeuwkes
declared.

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Organization
Notices
fTT... 4 ihm kProblems of Minority Oroups
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VISION SYSTEM-Closed circuit operation went into effect Monday night at the Univer-
on headquarters. Here it is scanned by Marshall Franke, Prof. Edward Stasheff of the
artment, and-Hazen Schumaker, assistant director of the University Television, Broad-
rice. The three men are coordinators of the speech department, the television office and
body for this semester's programs.;

(Use of this column for announce-
ments of meetings is available to of-
ficially recognized and registered stu-
.dent organizations only. For the current
semester. organizations should register
not later than February 28.)
Le Cercle Francais, meeting, Feb. 26,
8 p.m., Rm. 3-D, Union.
Unitarian Student Group,* seminar,
Feb. 26,.7:30 p.m., First Unitarian
Church. Topic: \ "Is There An Escape
from Man's Existential Situation?"
Transportation at 7:15 from Union, Lane
Hall, Martha Cook, and Stockwell.
Hillel, Feb. 26, 7:30 p.m., Brasley
Lounge. Topic: "Problems of Minority
Groups on, Campus." Speaker: Prof.
Albert Wheeler, Part II-"Negro Minor-
ity.:,"
Physics Club, meeting, Feb. 26, 7:30
p.m., 2038 Randall Lab. Speaker: Dr.
R. Terhune, "Noise Limitations of
Electric6l Measuring Devices."
Lutheran Student Assoc., Lenten
service, Feb. 26, 7:15 p.m., Lutherkan
Student Chapel.
* , *
Graduate Student Council, Grad Cof-
fee Hour, Feb. 26, 4-5:30 p.m., Rack
ham, 2nd floor West Lounge. All grad
invited.

Par 11-The Negro Minority
Prof. Albert H. Wheeler, Department of Dermatology
Tonight at 7:30 - Brasley Loung

B'NAI B'RITH HiLLEL FOUNDATION
1429 Hill Street

Jessup

Administrator Visits 'U'
For GeophysicalYear

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Talks.

By JUDI JACOBSON

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rating on "The Use of
nal Law--a Re-exami-
Prof, Philip C. Jessup,
Fish professor of inter-
law and diplomacy of
University Law School,
r the 10th' Thomas M.
,ctur series beginning

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a scholar in the
ational law with
liplomatic affairs,
d States ambassa-
m 1949-53. He was

The University is sponsoring
various research groups .to ob-
tain information for the Inter-
national Geophysical Year and
has recently been the host of one
of the top administrators of the
project.
Professor Sydney Chapman, In-
ternational President of the Spe-
cial Committee for the IGY, spent
November, DNemberAnd Janu-
ary at the University a a visiting
Professor of Aeronautical Engi-
neering.
During his visit at the Univer-
sity, Prof. Chapman presented a
series of lectures under the com-
bined auspices of theDpat
sof Aeronautical and Elec-
trical Engineering, Astronomy,
Mathematics and Physics.
Studies Atmosphere
His special interest in the phy-
sics of the upper atmosphere
brought the professor here.i
After leaving the University,
Prof. Chapman traveled to Iran
where'he is now giving lectures on
the upper atmosphere at the Uni-
versity of Tehran.

Two research groups of, the
University are working with
rockets, observing the upper at-
mosphere and measuring the
temperature, pressure, density,
winds and composition of atmos-
phere at altitudes up to 80 miles.

PAUL BUNYAN DANCE
Saturday ... 9-12
Red Johnson's Orchestra

League

Very Informal

Admission $2.25

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U. of M. Forestry Club
c/o Paul Bunyan Fund, Student Activities Building
"'Bonjour Tristesse' refuses
to back away fromscontinen..
tal-immoralities just because
a censor over here might be
offended!"
-Winsten, N.Y. Post
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GULF OIL CORPORATION
Representatives will be at
the University of Michigan

"Generates a lot of
the ghoulish glee
that made "Kind
Hearts and Coronets"
such a treasure!".
--N.Y. WORLD TELE. 8L SUS

Ending
TONIGHT

Week Nights
at 7 and 9 P.M.
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MARCH 6, 1958

WEN 1 oY sMILER iSI
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"Completely DoAffy .
-N.Y. Jour. Amer.

to interview candidates for positions in

RESEARCH

DEVELOPMENT

* Starting THURSDAY *
NOW YOU CAN SEE THE FILM THAT
SHOCKED THREE CONTINENTS!
A story
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* Chemists
Physicists
' Geophysicists
* Mathematicians
* Chemical Engineers
* Mechanical Engineers
* Electrical Engineers

During the year he spends three
months each at the University of
Colorado and the University of
Alaska where he directs research
on the aurora. In August, the pro-
fessor plans to go to Russia.-
In the United States, the IGY
organization is divided into 13
areas. of research including that
of the Antarctic, rockets, satellites"
and meteorology. A technical pan-
el of scientists studies each area.
University Involved'
The University is involved in
the IGY project in several areas
One of the research groups in the
Department of, Aeronautical En-
gineering, supervised by Mr. Les-
lie MX Jones, research engineer,
was instrumental in bringing
Prof. Chapman to the University.

For additional information and to apply for
an interview, please see Dr. Glenn Ludlow;
Director, Bureau of Appointments and Occu-
pational Information.

PELLIP JESSUP
-... to speak here
ited States representative
fourth, sixth, and seventh
of the United Nations
lAssembly.
r of several books includ-
['he Law of Territorial
and Maritime Jurisdic-
"The United' States and
Court," "International Se-
"Neutrality, Its History,
ics and Law," and "A
Law of Nations." Prof.
in addition, is a member
Board of Editors of the
in Journal of International
'homas M. Cooley lectures
tablished in honor of one
three founding members
L.,aw School faculty. Cooley
is a Supreme Court Justice
igan from 1864-85 and at
.e of his death was con-
the most distinguished
holar the state has ever
:.
: To Give
ture Today
Mark Kac, of the mathe-
iepartment at Cornell Uni-
will speak on "Stochastic
s in Mathematics and
t at 4 p.m. today in Rm.
igell Hall.
will be the third in a series
.t Lectures presented this
y the University's Mathe-
Department.
ssor Kac will also lecture
w and Friday.:
royal good time"
-N. Y. Times I

7 DIAL NO 2-2513
"A glamorous, glittering
comedy with suddenly un-
covered dramatic undertones
-- moving from Parisiaft
nightlife to lush villas on the
Riviera -- with mistresses in
every room and love affairs
r overflowing into the cabanas
below!"
---Znser Cue
"MR. MAGOO BREAKS PAR"

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Prices-this engas
Nights & Sundays

gemen5
's $ l.25

Starting TODAY *
4 SHOWINGS DAILY
1 -3:35-6:10-9P.M.

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MATHEMATICIANS

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Weekday Matinees 90c

Members of our Technical Staff will be on campus

TEURS. & FRFEB.27 & 28

to discuss the advantages to you of a career with
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