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SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1922 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

I'llinois Professor Inwentror Of
Camera Which Records Sound
Urbana, Il., Aug. 4.-Prof. Joseph} with a mercury arc of special .con-
T. Tykociner, of the University of Ilii- sruction. The intensity of light var-
nois, after 10 years work, has con- I es in accordance with the speech of
struted a mchie wich ot nlythe acting person; and the light from
the arc is focsed on the moving fim
photographs the usual moving picture by sound recording instrument. The
as seen on the screen but at the same sound record is narrow band of vary-
time and on the same film photographs ing ,transparency, running along the
sound, it was announced by the Uni- edge of the film. As the film passes,
versity today. So far have the experi- through the camera, about two-thirds
ments gone that the ring of a bell, the or three-fourths of it is exposed to
slam of a door, and the human voice the scene being photographed. The
are reproduced in the laboratory tests, remainder of the film is given over to
it was stated. photographing the various sounds. ii
With the patenting of this machine, this manner, every sound is reproduc-f
the university has obtained the second ed inorresponding places on the re-
of its patents on apparatus funda- ord, guaranteeing synchorism of visu-
mental in the art of talking motion al and sound impression, the univer-1
pictures. Six months ago that fnstitu- sity statement said.
tion announced another of its staff, "As to the reproduction of the sound
Prof. Jacob Kunz, had perfected a .this is possible because of the photo-
selenium cell which unlike its prede- electric cell, invented by Professor
cessors, it was stated, did not show Kunz," the statement continued. "This
any fatigue through use. This cell is cell is similar in shape to an electric
used for photographing sounds. light bulb. When light passes through
The apparatus which is working 1 it, it sets up an electric charge. Al-
daily at the university takes moving though the amount of electricity thus
pictures simultaneously with the phot- ( eneated is small in amount, it is
ographing of the speech of the acting amplified to the point necessary where
persons. The machine is equippedj sound waves are produced by means
of a loud speaking telephone."
J AT THE THEATERS ( 237 GRAUATES OF SCHOOL
IOF EDTCATION t-ET POSITIONS
Today-ScreenI Two hundred and thirty-seven stu-
dents of the School of Education have
Arcade-Agnes Ayres in "Bord- been elected to teaching positions
erland"; comedy and news./. J through the department since Jan. 1.
_______ The positions are in elementary and
Wuerth-Patsy Ruth Miller and high schools as well as in colleges in
Cullen Landis in "Watch Four practically every state in the coun-
Step"; comedy. try and a few in Canada and Porto
jRico.
Orpheum-Viola Dana in "There V Personal calls have been made dur-
Are No Villians"; comedy. HIng the year by 186 superintendents of
schools all over the state. The plac-
Iing department of the School of Edu-
Ication has had a registration of 698
This WPeek-Stage vacancies in the past six months.
I Since the beginning of the year the
Garrick (Detroit) - Bonstelle i school has made 1,929 nominations.
company in "Dear Me." I
_______________ fWhite Swan Laundry for quality
__________________________and service. Phone 165.-Adv.
Try Our Prescription Daily Wants Ads bring results.-Adv.
Shampoo for Oily Hair
E. BURNHAM'S COSMETICS
Aft NG YOUR IDEAS TO Ti!E
MRS. T. L. STODDARfD At4 ARBOR CUSTOM
.107 N. University Phone 2625 SHOE FACTORY
______________________________-. We will make use of them and the best
leather to make your shoes. Bring our
DETRIT UNITED LINES repairs to our factory at 534 FOREST
TIME TABLE --__-
Ann Arbor and Jackson ______________
(Eastern Standard Time)-___
=Detroit, Limited and Express Cars-6:or'
R. mn.,7-0o0 a. i., 8 :oo a. In., Q :oo a. m. ad
hourly' to 9 :05 p. M.
Jackson Express Cars (local stops of Ann -- -
Arbor)-9~:47 a. m. and every two hours to ' .
,.447 p. m. I
Local Car, East Bound-:5 a. M., 7 :00 '
a. m, and every two hours to :o. p. i.; ,
i t :oo p. M. To Ypsilanti Only-t :40 p. nl, / '* ~
12:25 a. i., 1!15 a. M.(
To Saline, change at Ypsilanti. c
Local Car, West Bound-7:5o a. i., 2:4 111

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~Jfl Papelmelster ........Harry G. Miller of whlich have already been sold.
C95T 9NN UNCE FOR Baroness ............H-elen Osband Judging. by the ticket sale at WVatr's t
C t ANONE Frau Quixano ... ,..Grace Busby bookstore for the past two days, it i
HIOLLIST[DCLASS PtAY aron ....goonElit peit d atthe reaining seats
Barne .... illamThomas Watso will b sold withinashrtie
For "The Rivals," to be presented number of go seats are still reported
Considerable talent has been dis- Friday evening at 8 o'clock, the cast to be available.
covered in the casts for th~e two~ plays includes:
which will be presented Thursday and Sir Anthony Absolute. .0G. E. Densmore Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
Friday evenings of next week by the Jack Absolute .........H. L. Ewbank
class in Play Production, according to Faulkland .............G. A. Oinans s = Naa = ZZIS11;
Prof. R. D. T. Hollister, who is di- Acres................ Claude Sifritt 1111111 TJH~D i'1N
recting the" productions. The members Sir Lucius O'Trigger ........ n01u
have been working o their pat"or...........0.Mncoe WITH ORt WITHOUT DRIVER It n.
th0atfurwes{ndcsshveDvd.....Er.: liha 416S.Main. Ph. 583J '
been dforecided upon for the twosplays.v1 Fag........William Thomas Watson.*
The cast for "The Melting Pot," the! Thomas ............... Jplian Riley' ___________________
play to be presented at 8 o'clock on' Mrs. Malaprop ... . Miss E. G. Leonard Mats. Tue.,2-
Thursday evening, has been annouric-4 Lydia .............An es JA4(~I Thur. 25-5t.
.............Anne DeissNights, 25-50-75c-$Sa.S-5-
ed~ as follows:I Lucy............... Joanna Dewitt 13th Annual Season 13th Week~
David.... ...Harold B. Lipsitzl Julia .............. Miss Cordesman ' HE H O N S T E L LE CO.I
Vera........... Iabele E Roan s, the performances will be held In The Whimsical, Fascinating Comedy
Ver..........Isbele E Roan"DEAR iNt : fI"As' Played by Hale
Mendel.............. .. V. F. Deihl. in University Hall, only a limited num- Next ek-EHamilton EYandTura e La
Quincy.......... Earl E. Fleishman her of seats will be available, many

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Sandusky-Connecting with Railroads and Suburban Lines, Fare $1.40
Cedar Point--15 min. by ferry from Sandusky, Fare including ferry, 1.65
Excursion fares, (returning same day)
,Put-In-Bay. week day, 80c; Sundays, Holidays, $1.15 Round trip.
Sandusky, every day, $2.00 Round trip.
Four hours at Put-In-Bay; Bathing, visit the Caves, Perry's Monument.
Pavilion, Groves, Dancing and many othez- attractions, several Hotels.
Cedar Point-Fresh water rival to Atlantic City; Large Hotels, Board Walk,
Thousands bathe here daily.
Returning: Leave Cedar Point by Ferry for San dusky Leave Sandusky
from Big Four Dock 2:30 n, m. Put-In-Bay 4:30 p. mu. Arr. in Detroit 8:00 p. m.
Dancing Moonlights. Leav Ashley & Dustin Steamer Line
Detroit 8:45 p. m. Fare Wed
&Thurs. 60cSat.& Sun. 75c. Foot of First St. Detroit, Mich.
Write for map folder
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Women's Oxfords, formerly priced
to $8.50, go at $5.75

Men's Shoes and Oxfordsi formerly
priced to $12.50 go at $5.75

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Shows at Evenings 30c
2-3:30 Matinees 20c
7-8:.345 ..Kiddies !lOc

To Jackson and Kalamazoo- Limited cars:
8:47, 10:47, a. mn.; 12:47, 2:47. 4:n47 P. m.
ToJackson and Lansing-Limited: 8:47
p. Mn.
Cover Your Loss
That's what the holder of one of
our Fire Insurance Policies is
able to do. The fact that you
have never yet lost anything by
Fire doesn't prove anything, you
might lose everything tomorrow
for all you know. It is impossible
for anyone to KNOW the future
but you can be PREPARED for
anything the future may have in
store. Take out a FIRE INSUR-
ANCE POLICY now and you'll
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BUTLER, Insurance
Phone 401 209 1st Nat'l Bank Bg.
jICOLUMN CLOSES AT S P. M.S
GOING EAST? Want compirny? Two
students leaving Aug. 13 would like
to join with auto party leaving about
Aug. 13. Box N. J., care Summer
Daily. 34-2 1
WANTED--To rent rooms or small
apartment for coming year. Box B.
,D., Michigan Daily. 33

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the quality of our stock
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LAST TIMES TODAY
Ilie Picture so widely Acclaimed at the'
Capitol Theatre in Detroit where it 'is
Playing Today!

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LAST TIMES TODAY

ADOLP ZUK R'
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BORDERLAND 0
Agnes Ayres was never so alluring as in this appealing
drama of impetuous young love. Lavishly produced.
Milton Sills and Casson Ferguson in the cast.
~OTHER GOOD FEATURES-

No city feller could come sneaking into town and
start any ructions--not while the community had
a constabule, with a badge and a gun and every-
thing.
You will roar at this and other funny scenes in
Goldwyn's latest and speediest comedy.

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