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March 28, 1958 - Image 2

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Microbiologists in Great+Demand 2 in you have tried th
By RUTHANN RECHT wilpeevEtUh etwl emuhcnb ere n osbeMrt? SUMMR TOURS
Mirobioloists, at all levels wlreevft.Tematwl e uhcn elane2n o Sible fj d.aOwReasonable Price on Del
stored for a period of two to three cures or preventions in the fo m________________ From 6 P.M. to 11
training, are in great demand, in years of vaccines may become accessible lsii d
the fields of agiculture, industry, "The results of this test will be Research tries to improve upon Daily lsiid BEER anrd WINEt'
medicine and research, according given t the Quartermaster ,Corps the vaccines that have been used
to Prof. Water Nu~iester, car- of the army," he added. If it "Most are found not to be as R slsf122 West Wash i
man of the bacteriology depart- poves successful, the army will effective as they, should," ,Prof. Bring R sls Hours 4, to 12 P.M.-C
fh'mt.use this process and will ship the Nungester declared_________________ ____________________
Michigan students may not be meat to soldiers in 'the front lines ___________________
aware of the broad types of train- in the advent of a future war.___________________
In'g for a career in microbiology Enigmas To Solve C /±1i A NC I N
offered by this University. Many The miicrobiologst is known best F- L
departments cooperate by giving for his work in'medicine. 'Int E D N SAB BATH SE
courses 'for general.- students in held there are many enigmnaREDtoN Friday & Saturday
v ~~~this field, i.e. biology, bacteriology be solved, thus' research. becomes Ngt
and public health. important. Nights °Sponsored b
Microbiologists in the field of Not much is known today aboutFicio____________
.-Daily-- Harold Gassenhemer agriculture. are Interested in all the causes of disease which may $B o3ro ph 1 Th
aartet playing the "keyed bugle" phases of animal and plant life, or may not be infectious; caceohetry, .ESIO
lann s "Konzertstuek for Horns, and cures "of diseases affecting Prof. Nungester said, "We do Humor EntertainentToigh- :3ZwrdI
n by Robert 'Reynolds, plants and animals. know that most infectious diseases ogh-:0Zedi
Growth Rate Increased are spread by air. Hence air pui- Sprt Bna, rit illFudto
"Increasing the growthrate of fication is constantly'studiedbut ,n~ ihHIe1Flrtlfl
~~ 11 ~ d food animals by putting antibiotics at present there* is still no ,eco- Cook Books_____________
uiiy ~~~~~~in their food is another Primary nomical way to prevent the spread _________________
interest," said Prof'."Nungester, of disease by this method." Artt'
The° antibiotics used fatten cattle The researcher uses many tech- Ltrtr
and poultry and thus, the animals niques in the attempt to isolate Ltrtr
ini un ud ay be sold younger at a greater bacteria of disease whose causes BiblesA pictosvo
profit to- their owners, are unknown. in isolating the bac-r Now Availab
Industry hires microbiologists to teria responsible for the disease, Childrenl.'s Books F E H A E
contemporaay pieceto solve many 'of their problems. - R S M ND N
coneprr ics codn They try to find not only new *r
GeogetibCiodtriasistntbut. also seek better, Book apMARY LOU; et.1a
band conductor. None :of ,the more economical' ways of pro- t GREETING CARDS _________
inewer works, ;he said, 'or Schu- ducing antibiotics and chemicals T 11n STATIONERY HALRNAS; APY FIEO EI
mns"onettefoForalready in existence," Prof.' Nun- fl sC n i u } iESPLE
Horns;. Opus,,8," have been per-etrepand 4.~i1I1 FIESPLE and BANQUETS 3rd For S.A.B. -- or
foredhee efre SckTo Prevent Spoilage F ances Wright will speak on *
Piece Arranged for Concert% These scientists are also seeking "Breaking into Print" at 4:15 p.m. SEIL RES34______________
The chuann"keed ugl" ways for preventing microorgan- today in Rackham in conjunctionSPCA ORESEs .1 4.
piece was arranged especially for isms from producing spoilage of with the children's Book Fair. Read a nc
the concert; and for the spring food products. Mary Ann Stevenson, assistant * .. Liberty C ISR a n
tour, which the band will take The bacteriology department is librarian of the University EMe- a
April 7-13, by Robert' Reynoldsalsob-Working on this 'problem. mentary School, will follow with O ER BEC K Members and Gusts ' ti h i g an D[ a I y
Grad. It mwlli' be played by David Prof. Nungester said, "We are a discussion of storytelling.BO K TE
E. Whitwell, '59M;..Reynolds; Carl string raw meat in tin cans which "Illustrators of Children's ln,>9,adVnetShe-hv entetdbhg ee'Bos ilb h ujc f 11 OT NVRIY
Glen, '9M;andVinentSchei- avebee trate byhig levl Boks wil b th sujectof 216SOUH UIVESIT
der, 159M. radiation from cobalt 60." This is Prof. Robert L. Iglehart, chairman ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Cotmoaywrk"ob ie a test to see if the treated meat of the art department, who will Cneprr ok ors ob utgvnPH. NO y3-4436
are: "Death ValeySute by will spoil, or whether radiation speak at 71 p.m._______________
Grofe, "Pastorale" by Williams,
and "Chester, Overture for Band" new releases
by Schuman. . FOLLETT'S First
Berlioz's "Marche Hongrose- tOu1hi i r TryJ
Rakczy" from the "Damnation of "wmE T UUL ~ bh r~*shorty Rogers and_ His Giants I ly
Faust," Bendel's "Sunday Morning U SEDWayOK S
at Glion," Berlioz's "Recitative film, ;oclefV ate The John. Lewis' Piano-John Lewis
and Prayer from Grand Symphony a
fr Ban " with trombone solo by presents BARGAIN PRCEn Eydie Godtrm'e .vamps thek Roaring 20' }
formed; and also Whitney's="In- OhCpain-giini.at
troduction and Samba" with saxo- P® Q Shadows IUu
phone an.solobyArth urP Hegvik, .,. . . .e ra
'5M an Rep $h' Pnes of (French, 1938) Hearthem at
the Aippian Way," ,the finale from Directed by Marcel Cone SaeSre otnvest U I
The Pines of Rome." with ;JEAN GABIN, and _________________________THE M S C ENT ER .".4. 300 sou
Band ( rganizea in 1858 MICHELE MORGAN '. >.a .h
T h e S ym p h on y , Ban d w as or- a d- ti_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __F_ _
ganized in 1858.4In .its past, Ca- 9n9 N___________________________________
ender' said, its primary purpoise r9if9 3
was, to give spring concerts on PARADE
the "mall" and play at-commence- (US, 1953)et xrie:Moercnl t.
haes played in major musical cenl- Admission is by membership 4..f 1 a + l
neguce asl in 'NwsYok.p.HUMANConly. Forr~
Boston. Syhphony Hall,,and, Car- 3I" iIr" inomto0cl O31304i ODOUL
negie ll'i-NeweFork..t$P BOUVINLUEI"f
~~uR ..*. ... because you didn'tgt you
.Coming Sunday.. .
DIANA DORS in "An Alligator* Named Daisy"d.,
Show Week Nights at 7 and 9 P.M.Yo stl haeac r
SPACE S EM A N INGContinuous Sat, and Sun. from I P.M.
SPACES REM AINING i m. .. .s'..CS s'n.......r iS. :'x....'":..?:L a
.. :.:: SS... ".G2: R. t xh.x +". 'n le r . :,4 .. .A . . ..~...-'
your tiicket for tonigi
See Union Student Officespefracof(
Monday- Fridayv: 2-5 P.M.

Ci.~etnr ~j~4 I'* ~Lydia Mendeissohi
TONIGHT at 7:00 and '9:00 _________________
with 1 ff4-/2rht4, Pie,nie e
Picture of the Years \ Wallace Beery, Leo Carillo,
n ~Fay Wray
Best Actor-Best Director- *
~~Best Screenplay-Best Musical '
Best Editing !_ Sunday at 8:00
o' STHE RIVER KWAI with gard

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