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FRIDAY, JULY 20,1962:

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JUV I ILE DELINQUENCY:
Begin Interdisciplinary Study

(Continued from Page 1)
Bordua, Albert J. Reiss and Har-
old Wilinesky of. the sociology de-
partment, Prof. Daniel R. Miller of
the psychology department, and
Prof. Ronald Lippitt and Frank
Hawkinshire, Charles Jung, Jack
Logan and Jerome Rabow from
the Institute for Social Research.
Each project will attempt to fo-
cus on delinquency from a differ-
ent aspect. Professors Litwak and
Meyer, for example, will examine
"Mechanisms for Linking School
and Community," Professors Sarri
and Vinter "Group Treatment
Strategies in School and Court"
and Prof. Miller "Modifications of
Delinquents' Familial Relation-
ships."
Second Level
At the second level of the over-
all project, the 12 areas of re-
search will be integrated through
a "Coordinating Committee on
Youth Development and Devi-
ance."
This group will attempt to pro-
mote University-wide discussion
and planning toward the delin-
quency problem, as well as bring
the faculty participants together
to maximize their grasp of the
emerging patterns.
The committee, which won't
Grant Funds Study
Of Cystic Fibrosis
The Cystic Fibrosis Clinical
Studies Center received an $11,000
grant yesterday from the National
Cystic Fibrosis Research Founda-
tion to develop cystic fibrosis
treatment and care programs.

start functioning until September,
in the future would also bring in
representatives from other disci-
plines such as law, education and
medicine to make sure all rele-
vant areas are considered.
Extend Work
This overall research project,
Prof. Vinter emphasizes, is an ex-
tension of the work done within
the University-courses in youth
development, studies of the source
of delinquency, analyses of family
pathology.,
But it is the first real effort on
this campus to coordinate the re-
sources of the several pertinent
disciplines into one integrated in-
quiry into juvenile delinquency.
Unlike most grants, this study
has two distinct research charac-
teristics, Prof. Vinter pointed out:
1) The participants are com-
mitted to furthering direct public
action on the problem. They -must
go beyond merely publishing their
findings; they must, if necessary,
open up new channels to social
groups such as the schools, fam-
ilies and courts to help apply their
conclusions into community-based
action.
Problem Solving
2) The participants must re-
strict themselves to identification
with the purposes of the grant. Not
included in its scope, for example,
is study of the cause or causes of
delinquency; the project focuses
on how to solve or relieve the prob-
lem.
But the researchers are confi-
dent they can make a significant
contribution to the understanding
and treatment of a serious social
problem.
As Prof. Vinter has said, "The
usual approach to the delinquent

in the past has been to find him,
yank him out of society, and do
something to him."
The faculty members hope they
can do better.

Democrats
Set Schemes
For Districts
(Continued from Page 1)
sion to next Tuesday instead of
Thursday as now scheduled.
Senate Majority Leader Lynn O.
Francis (R-Midland) said he was
weighing various factors before
taking any action. These include,
he said, the problem of locating all
senators and the amount of time
needed to study the implications
of the Supreme Court decision.
"I don't think we should push
the panic button," Francis de-
clared.
Praise Decision
Gov. John B. Swainson asserted
in a statewide television address
that the Supreme Court has hand-
ed down a landmark decision on
legislative reapportionment which
"paves the way for a return to
truly representative government in
our state."
The governor said that when the
Legislature reconvenes next week
he will send a special message in
which he will urge :
1) "That political power in
Michigan rests with all of the peo-
ple in Michigan wherever they may
live, whatever their occupation,
whatever their color or their creed.
2) "That this political power
must be expressed on an equal bas-
is in the state Legislature as it is
in the election of all other elective
state officials who are paid by the
taxpayers.
3) "That this equal division of
power shall be on a clearly under-
stood basis, simply and clearly
stated . . . as in the 1908 consti-
tution . . . without complicated
formulas or tricky language."

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FRENCH:
First Center,
Pastor Dies
Rev. James Leslie French, the
first full time pastor to students
at a state-supported university,
died here yesterday at 85.
Rev. French established the
Presbyterian Student Center at the
University in 1905 and was its min-
ister until 1925.

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