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October 15, 1938 - Image 6

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While black smoke billowed over burning storage tanks, workmen and firemen are shown breaking open con-
tainers of chemicalswith which to fight the fire that followed the explosion of a dozen storage tanks at the
Cities Service Oil refining plant at Linden, N. J. Firemen from five towns and the New York City harbor fire
department battled the flames.I

At present he is working on a !raise a stubborn resistance to the at- published both in New York and in
handbook of bio-linguistics with Prof. tempts of Germany to sever its Ger- London by the Van Nostrand Co.
John H. Muyskens and others of the man population from her. However,
linguistics department. he did not forsee the intervention of
the other European powers which.A
forced the cession of the Sudeten re-
It ___________ _ I Professor Pollock's volume treats 1
with the annexation of Austria and
the possibilities of Germany's asking WILL CALL FOR RIDERS.
(Continued from Page 4) for the return of her pre-World War RIDING INSTRUCTION
__-African colonies. by Appointment.
vesper service. If the weather is un- He says in the section devoted to
favorable the program will be held at Nazi foreign policy that "German' JACKSON ROAD,
the church. policy leads inevitably to the conclu- Across from Mercywood,
-=-__ sion that dangerous days lie ahead. Ann Arbor
Trinity Lutheran Church: The topic Twenty years after a world war fought Res. Ph. 2-2266 Bus. Ph. 763F14
of Rev. H. Yoder's sermon will be to stop German hegemony on the
"The Spiritual Society." Services are continent of Europe; the world is now
at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. confronted with a powerful resur- Read The Day Classifie
Rev. E. C. Stellhorn conducts Eng- gent Germany which is pursuing a_ _ _ _ _

'Langford's Luck' Tells Of children's books should have a sort
Aviator's Career Fromof ax to grind.
In his latest aviation adventure
Flying School To Pilot story, Professor Haines has carried
out somewhat the same idea expressed
For each of the past seven years in the movie, "Test Pilot," emphasiz- .
Prof. Donal H. Haines of the journal- ing youth's spirit of high adventure
ism department has published anoth- and excitement, with something he
er in his series of adventure stories doesn't even have time to fear lurk-
for boys. The eighth in the series, an ing in the background waiting for
its inevitable chance to catch up
aviation story entitled "Langford's with him.
Luck" will be issued this month by The story moves through the young
Farrar and Reinhart. man's experience in a western flying
Most of Professor Haines' previous school, his life as an army pilot and
books have been school stories, the commercial flyer. At first he resents
continuity being maintained by lay- the ground work connected with com-
mercial aviation, the long hours spent
ing the setting in a purely imaginary at a drafting board, but gradually
preparatory school of the middle west arrives at a more mature point of
and retaining the same chief charac- view. realizing the life he is embark-
ters. In the last few volumes, how- ing on is really a greater adventure
ever, the scene was shifted to follow than mere stunt flying.
these characters in their adventures
after leaving school.
"Juvenile fiction-every yarn for Ahumnus At Cooper Union
a youngster," said Professor Haines, Reuben Peterson, '14, will repre-
"should have behind it some idea you sent the University at the inaugura-
want that boy or girl to absorb. All tion of Edwin Sharp Burdell as di-
rector of the Cooper Union for Ad-
vancement of Science and Art on Nov.
3 in New York City.



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