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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1955

THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, 3UN~ 2S, 19~

SPEECH LAB DIRECTOR:
Acoustics Exi
Profa Gordon E. Peterson of the
Speech Research Laboratory will
speak before the Linguistic Forum
on "An Oral Communications
Model," at 7:30 p.m. today in the
wi #oRpackham Amphitheater.
Before joining the Tniversity
faculty, Prof. Peterson worked in
the field of basic research in
acoustics and speech analysis with
r Bell Laboratories. His work in-
cluded research on equipment to
convert spoken words into auto-
Hs matic electronic operations. The
equipment was intended to make
s Cu it possible to place a phone call
} without operators or dialing, but
by the use of electronics.
P 4er receiving his bachelor's u
degree in mathematics from De
continued his education at Loui-
siana State, where he earned his
masters and Ph.D. in speech.r- {nt
Laboratory Director
DailydFred Day Prof. Peterson is the director of
Hanley demonstrates the tech- the University's Speech Research
tis Cupe Laboratory, located on the second
floor of Angell Hall. AC
SHe and his associates carry out Su
V0 Iforr basic research in both oral and Sp
imusical acoustics in the labora-
tory,. which also provides facili- worke
ties for teaching in the acoustical the E
Infield and for studies in such re- ment
wslated fields as linguistics and
phonetics.rnii
also welcome, according to Mrs. In the development of new de- m wplete
Hanley. vices for the measurement and re- tion
Mrs. Hanley, golf instructor in cording of sound, Prof. Petersongnmodi
the physical education department _
for ,24 years, was former Detroit - -
women's district champion three
times and Michigan state chaid-
pion four times. In addition, shef
was playing manager of the first
American women's golf team in in-/
trainlpa.Most of the class time will bej
spent, on lectures on fundamentals /
of the golf swing and demonstra-7
tions by the instructor. Mrs. Han- A /
ley will also analyze individual
swings.
Equipment Available

Pickets Explain Wildcat Strike
(Continued from Page i)

pert To Address Forum

strike. Wage agreements

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reached last week in an interna-
tional GM-CIO agreement. Local
contracts thatinclude working
condition clauses are now being op-
posed by the strikers.
When Lucas reported to thekpay-
roll office for his check yesterday
afternoon has was refused it. Rea-
son given for the refusal, according
to Lucas, was that he was "engag-
yed in an unauthorized strike."
{Pickets sympathized with Lu-
cas because they too areengaged in
a "wildcat," unauthorized strike,
r::> and were given their paychecks
x without argument.
hy "For Principle"
Lucas and another plant em-
ployee, both of whom received new
. wage benefits as the result of last,
o ~week's semi GAW agreement, said
they were 'striking for a princi-
ple." They said they wanted added
working benefits and wage in-
creases for unskilled workers who
are engaged in work similar to,
OUSTICS-Prof. Gordon E. Peterson and his assistant, D. L. skilled workers covered by the new
brahmanyam, demonstrate a cathode ray oscillograph in the agreement.
eech Research Laboratory. Lucas and 41 other employees
were telegrammed by GM company
ed in close cooperation with quirements of the problem under officials that they have "been sus-
Electrical Engineering Depart- study. pended, because they were en-
tgtgaged in an unauthor-ized strike, a
of the Engineering School. According to Prof. Peterson, violation of the union contract.
Lab Has Workshop "Our knowledge of speech acous- Ae
s laboratory includes a com- tics is still very meager. At the According to one striker who had
workshop for the construc- present time most of the work covered his face with a mask and
of new equipment and the done here in the laboratory is was wearing a wide brimmed straw
fication of old to fit the re- basic or pure research, Selvesto keep their jobs. "The com-

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-Daily-Hal Leeds

SHERIFF'S WATCH
... peaceful day

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pany fired men they had taken pic-
tures of on the picket lines," they
charged.

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