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Dage Sixteen

THE MICHIGAN DAILY T' ursday, February 7, 1957 >
T elevision Advancements
TIo N ~Probably 1VilJBe More Technluical Than, artistic

By LARRBY INHORN 15:,tlei son nosw f'ncesitsoffer in n or e thain radio iwhInnit,'tppe'ts thait waypiresently. Afters Btt if it is, if "lb' pnresentinttit
Datily TelevisionWrter tan' teat vears. Somne say ti rahsmiddle a'ti'al,tietcentin iradio's earliest dayscisnia ith toot'idtanced equip-
konHAS bein a little over fifte'en tinvenile deilinquet. Othe ltichi e'ltetti ikottltiso anletnit knottni to scene
years since ts' first coiteiciait expeirts tlty5say liiitIthis hut'- II UT unfortuntetlt=Itevision' s etily1930's, con~sideredrai oill ''I itteii"fttr eei
televisioni siation obtaineitici titaitic ititrie is i Rebel Wititotit A laest cadvan cmnsi h a sae, enlistimentalItesvisions J H meiteftr eei
dense froim the Federal Citnitnti- Caitst.toearfuturil l itpro tbably lie tech- statioins iteie in exitence.statsnisill intoduice matte nets
tchunitcal dcivelopittents. Tue bin-
rations Commiiissioni. Teleisiton t WhXac eli"teisiontlliiie tto icl'itid nt ithe lii''ea'sOf pta Buii todaythtlere is not ev en aitn etoyiv hti b oo ee
rostn ilt sitre WBNT twenitin the offer i tin'fatutr? i' i i i iteofl iuti 'lihe telitrotc gemi seem tailk of a itets mediuim.Jutst talk.t itonfth e-seiold e basis. Wthin
air ott July11.1941. Atnd tiee ctImote itli ti t eftre itantio ittin beitore protressive tlani 1iirsi' h rsn n tteiis'n rari-coloeleasiinirei
it to grossieenitmore in thec ycars tafteit' thirtit's' tcleviionidea ottniiit doe sit look 'is though televsion c issilb athetcdt
to cotne. Tile'isionhas araot deaitolii At faritlelevisionistili beint' till be pr esenting just newssa lpeal Itote ma'sscs. A mitre
Like any other atdolescc'it iiioffic in thtsftiute andiud b1I't lie" tediumtia iadecarde otso, it aind sitort sswenty years fiom notsperfected instinuientantd lowerc
price trill be the miain factoir iii
tis deelopenet.
Witih nore peopale otetina color
sets.,imore etnphtasstwill be p1liced
oniamprvinglii'colortiransmtistsion.
Withintiveurs 5color-TV wilt be
vas commnniu as black 'i-it whiit'
t'eli'visiiotis iodais
' Anthe tehnicl dvelpmet ich still beittioduced il tta
larmi-sce 'basis witlin the taint
year still be video niatnetic te.
SByitceats of thits revolutioryn
system, a televisiotn ptroie-itisire-
corded ott a rapidly nmovinge na,,-
,.,netic tithe i in mchi the siame man-
ncr that sountd is recorded on talpe.
Whent the tape is replayed, the
zoo GYM SUITS lape reprodtuces, at a stecd of 20
feet per seeonid, the originttl trans-
W AR U SU TSmission intsantanteouisly swithott
W ARM UP SUITSsing a cheimictil process such as
that nteeded for filmt developmetit.
to-a SHOES SOX T OG still cxperimoental. in
th asto roume, you wrill lie
HA DBA L G LO ES ble to repritocte pictures iii your
at':on hatte iwithi a hape =ititir to
t~' H NDBA LuGLO ESf this tape fartoei
id' ofSQUASH RACKETS sionb' to puthoat piorms vhld as
I f1TQsimesedte oruncu d eley
I'AI~H G.,4P I SEA ~ seili the samte pitutoe snali s cf a
lire pro-rant Which imeans ito
more gre, poarquality 'Titi-cott'
rccorcditngsand a cleai-er ugle
on those prog"racmsshitch are i-os'
prodcecd aiieditcd sit motion
pice film.
Thte firt 1on-tie-ain public
lie stalowting" of sideomantlic tae-
Complete lineao Imsa de last October 2131whelia
2 '-minnie sptecially receotrdcdpot-

SPALDING -WILSON -MacGREGOR
GOLF CLUBS
BRUNSWICK BOWLING
BALLS- BAGS-SHOES
C.C.M.
HOCKEY SKATES FIGURE SKATES
ro thvpth e t4t/dete
HAROLD S. TRICK

tiatn of the "JonuataWin' era'"
proam wtiias colot tast coast is
coast a' a lptogri's decestvatiott
of the proress dci etoiteri ity RCA.
()THusR technrcal developmecnts,
w ihicht toys-t' dii i'ctly be ap-t
lireateil by tiii'avecr. - tlevitaec ~
include tlie'piragtess beingiadote
toweards wvirclcss telcvisiata. Thils
simply metas thai microphone's,
canteras, atid othertleehiiral
equipmtictwill no longer tlate to
be hitidered by bulky cables. 't'his
typie of oticrophotte is used ott
"Person to Person" and 'ireless
camieras w ere used during the
catera ge of the 1956 conventitons.
Tis, anione hunudreds of o ther
behind-Ihe-seenes techitical de'-
velapmetsa will not be visible ott
the home screenis.bitt wiil enable
telesision production Is bi' pre-
setited more effectively.
Besides color. ma ny other in-
proveistensts can be expect's in
the new television receivers. Thai
use ofcctrasistor tubes will mtake
fututre sets less bulky. to act, onue
of the inaior appliance mnaitc-
hurer' has already produced a
tlevision receiver thaat looks like
a picttire in a framte. It is less
' than three iches its depth and the
area of the pictture can 6emaide
iv 11l si'e.Tb'ee w i'va"'e-
metits still 1alsomake pot ibi hailt.
able televissiti sets that itr as
portauble as toa's' portatble t c so.
And of cantse so the itttoo-
itomedi te fsiturc stecan oiobably
expecc three-dimesionsal helevi
siotiansrtetreophtoitic asound
NOW teotilyttigreIceedis
aonmethittitto- tnt on.Ithademaews
fangalcdintrhuments. Thesedoasnit
seemt to be ott big plans faa nes
idea s iI televsiottproamOs. Itn
fa cc, teletvision programing
seemta"to becoathen declini'.
If all of these improventents
are Isucinto effect -t'yswll odly
make it easier to -'atch the samte
i' See TE3L VISION, Page 2"1t

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