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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY'

SUNDAY, JULY 15, 1945

Television Symposium
To Be Held This Week

Council To Give
Panel Program

ASSOCIATED PRESS

Officials of television station
WRGB, Schenectady, N. Y., will be
in Ann Arbor Wednesday and Thurs-
day to join Prof. Lewis N. Holland of
the electrical engineering department
in conducting a symposium on tele-
vision under the auspices of the De-
partment of Speech, it was announc-
ed by prof. David Owen.
G. Emerson Markham, manager
and Helen T. Rhodes, program pro-
ducer, of WRGB, are the represent-
atives of the General Electric Com-
pany, Schenectady, and are sent to
create interest in the field of televi-
sion in anticipation of postwar ex-
pansion.
Markham not only manages WRGB
but heads the General Electric radio
station in Schenectady. Miss Rhodes,
a University graduate, has been with
General Electric since she received
her degree in speech here in 1943.
Markham and Miss Rhodes will
WAVES Will
Recruit Coeds
Pacific battle casualties have in-
tensified the Navy's 'need for WAVE
recruits to serve in the hospital corps,
Thelma Lewis, Sp. (R) 2c, announced
today.
Miss Lewis will be at the League
from 11 to 5 p. m. EWT, Thursday,
to interview coeds interested in join-
ing the service.
Pointing out that the effectiveness
of ships afloat depends on the effi-
ciency of shore establishments, Miss
Lewis stated that recruits are needed
to do stenographic, booking and num-
erous other jobs at naval air .sta-
tions.
College credits are given to those
who successfully complete a 16-week
course at Hunter College as a WAVE.
Physically fit women between the
ages of 20 and 36, with at least two
years of high school training, are
eligible to join the WAVES.
INVEST IN VICTORY

discuss such topics as "Careers in
Television," "Education in Televi-
sion" and "The Saga of 1250 Tele-
vision Programs." Prof. Holland will
explain the mechanics of television.
Russian Circle
To Hear Titiev
"Nationalities in the Soviet Union"
will be the topic of a talk by Mischa
Titiev, of the Anthropology depart-
ment to be given at a meeting of the
Russky Kruzhok, Russian Circle, at 8
p. m. EWT (7 p. m. CWT) Monday in
the International Center.
Following the talk, in which Prof.
Titiev will discuss the different reli-
gions, cultures, and languages of the
Russian people, records will be played
and tea served from the samovar.
All interested are cordially invited
to attend.

Holmes, Swinton, Dorr
To Lead Discussion
"The Force. Behind the San Fran-
cisco Charter" will be the subject of
a panel discussion to be presented by
the Post-War Council at 8 p.m. EWT
(7 p.m. CWT) Tuesday at the Mich-
igan Union.
Participating in the panel discus-
sion will be Prof Roy H. Holmes of
the sociology department, Prof. Roy
S. Swinton of the College -of Engin-
eering, and Prof. Harold M. Dorr of
the political science department.
Recently elected officers of the
Council were Barbara Ann Hazelfon,
president and John Haustand, secre-
tary.
Memberships for the Post-War
Council will now be accepted. The
purpose of the Council is to arouse
the interest of students in inter-
national problems.
Those students and servicemen
who are interested in joining the
Council can contact Jack Weiss,
2-2218.

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