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May 12, 1938 - Image 6

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Jpanese Invaders Confiscate Chinese War Machines

General Chiang Kai-Shek had planned to use this heavy armored car and dozens like it against the
Japanese invaders. The coe quering Japanese troo ps, however, had other ideas and are here shown in-
specting their war spoils.
'Anthony's Case' Proves Fresh Air
Aids Boys In Readjustment

(Conufnleed fCOm Pae 4)
Festival. The University Musical So-
ciety will greatly appreciate the sym-
pathetic cooperation of all in atten-
dance, to the end that confusion, in-
terruptions, etc., may be reduced to a
Charles A. Sink, President.
Events Today
Engineering Mechanics Seminar.
Professor L. C. Maugh will discuss
the recent failure of the welded Vier-
endeel Bridge in Belgium. Professor
H. M. Hansen will speak on "Graphic
Interpretation of Combined Stress
and Moment of Inertia." Ref resh-
ments between papers. Today at 4:15
p.m. in Room 310 Engineering Annex.
Zoology Seminar: Mr. Lowell A.
Woodbury will report on "Quantita-
tive Studies of Parasite Populations"
today at 7:30 p.m. in Room 2116 N.S.
Women's Debate Tournament:
Semi-final debates will be held in the
Michigan League at 4:15 today. The
public is invited.
Gamma Phi Beta, aff. vs. Delta
Gamma (Team 2) neg.
Kappa Delta, aff. vs. Delta Gam-
ma (Team 1) neg.
Men's Physical Education Club:
There will be a very important meet-
ing today in Room 321 of the Union
at 9 p.m.
At this time election of the club
oiffcers for the next year will take
place. This will be the last of our
meetings, and it is urged that every-
one attend. There will be refresh-
ments at the conclusion of this meet-
The University of Michigan Flying
Club will hold a meeting tonight at
7:30 p.m. at the Michigan Union.
Plans for a practice flying meet on
Saturday, May 14 will. be discussed,

and the election of officers for ncxt
year will be considered.
Finance Committee of Frosh Proj-
ect will meet at 5:20 Thursday at
the League instead of at 5:00. Room
will be posted. All members please
be present.
1938 Dramatic Season. Box office,
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre now open
daily, 10 to 6, for season and in-
dividual ticket sale. Phone 6300.
Coming Events
The Polonia Literary Circle will
hold its annual informal dance from
9 p.m. to midnight Saturday, May 14,
at Lane Hall.
Ray Carrey's orchestra will play.
All students of Polish extraction and
their friends are cordially invited. Ad-
mission will be 35, cents per person
and refreshments will be served.
Michigan Dames: Bridge group
meeting Monday, 8 p.m., at the home
of the group adviser, Mrs. Roy Cow-
den, 1016 Olivia. Reservations must be
made by Friday with Mrs. Pierce
Brodkorb, 2-1604.
The Graduate Outing Club will
meet at Lane Hall at 2:45 on Sun-
day and will go for a hike.



The Outdoor Club will meet at Lane
Hall at 2:00 o'cldck on Saturday, May
14, for a hike. All students who are
interested are invited to attend.
The Aniual Hillel Picnic will be held
Wednesday, May 18 from 4:30 p.m. dn,
All Hillel members are welcome.
Reservations must be made at the
Hillel office by Monday at 6:00 p.m.
I t'II

Telephon'e 7112


Shortly thereafter Anthony's uncle'
died, and his aunt moved in with
his father. In the crowded home
a fight for food and affection de-
veloped and, as he lost out to the
adults, Anthony came to feel re-
jP:tion dn every side.
When he came to the Fresh Air
Camp he brought a frightened look.
He wolfed down his food, was pro-
fane in everything he said and showed
few courtesies to anyone. One night
the counselor dropped his flashlight
and could not repair it. The others
in the cabin also failed.
After all had given up, Anthony
shyly reached over and picked up the
flashlight. In a few moments it was
working again, and from that mo-
ment on, his aptitude for mechanics
became recognized. He was given
the job of repairing the camp wash-
ing machine, and soon the boys and
leaders of camp sent for him every
time repairs were needed.
The following year Anthony's
school was changed to one where
a sympathetic man with an appre-;
ciation for mechanics could bring
out the best in this boy with "brains
in his finger-tips." Anthony, accord-
ing to Mr. Alder, now has become the
master of most situations and shows
in his face the tremendous change he
has received. .
This emphasis on meeting the so-
cial as-well as physical needs of the
,boys, he said, is one of the features
which the Fresh Air Camp claims
most for itself asa camp for under-
privileged boys. Through the coop-
eration of children's centers, com-
munity houses, schools. and welfare
agencies an attempt is made to choose

boys on a social as well as economic
basis, and emphasis is given to the
counselors of the need for careful
attention for each individual boy.
Mr. Alder pointed out that the
camp is interested in working with
the boys on a long-term basis, and
that many persons are interested in a
longer camp period, perhaps a whole
year. At present the long-term at-
tention to the boys is obtained by
cooperation with the agencies which
help in choosing the boys to come,
he said.
Research Expedition Has
Opening For Two Men
An opportunity for two men, in-
terested in engineering, archaeology,
geology, biological sciences, or in the
management of a scientific expedi-
tion, to participate in, the exploration
of 'the northern Navajo country in
Arizona and Utah, was announced
yesterday by the' directors of the
Rainbow Bridge, Mountain Valley Ex-
The Expedition plans to explore,
map and study an area of 2,000
square miles in a remote region that
is probably farther from a railroad
station than any point in the United
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