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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

zi Persecutions Recall Days
Of Medieval Barbaric Crimes

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Two Students Michigan Child G
Win Awards AttacksDelinque
In F ying M eet (Continued from Page 1)E
Two Michigan students, Ed Martin, communities of the children and con-
'4E, and Glenn Brink, '39E, repre- fers with proper agencies on a plan
sented the University's flying club in of action. It is his job to make prac-
the National Intercollegiate2FIing tical suggestions, since he is well-
Club Meet held last June 25-27 at
Akron, Ohio. Four or five additional. versed in overcming difficulties that
Michigan pilots had planned on at- occur in such cases. Mr, Stermer
tending but they were either ground- sees that obstinate parents are ap-
ed because of the extremely bad proached, that legal obstacles; are
weather conditions or were unable to surmounted, and countless other
obtain ships. Despite the fact that problems removed. This. follow-up
Michigan had only two entrants they system completes the unique. service
managed to come in fourth behind by the Institute.
Stanford, Kenyon, and Detroit. Tor- But the most interesting aspect of
onto, Akron, and Minnesota also were the work is the strange and fascinat-
competing. ing cases the Institute encounters in
Ed flew a fleet training ship which its work. Dr. Carr related the story
he brought up from Chicago and of Jimmy, a 12 year old boy who had
Glenn piloted a Stearman HAM- been referred to the Institute for
mond. tricyfle plane which was one stealing and general misbehavior at
of the most unique machines in the school. Investigation by the Insti-
meet. tute unearthed the following facts:i
In the spot landing contest Brink
took second place and Martin fourth Jimmy's mother, a psychotic who
had been in a mental hospital three
but neither one placed in the bomb times, had divorced his father, and
dropping contest. had lost her second husband through
The main event was a navigation death. She evidently had had an un-
cruise over a 50 mile triangular course. happy marriage and was punishing
The pilots were given the distance, the child as a result. In sociological
wind direction and velocity, and the parlance, she "rejects" him; told him
cruising speed of their planes, and stories about putting him in the fur-
were requested to estimate the time nace and giving him away to a Ne-
the trip would take them. The Michi- gro.
gan pair, with Brink flying and Mar- Upon examining Jimmy the Insti-
tin navigating, were only 2 minutes -_-_- _-_--_-_-_--
and 21 seconds off for a third place.
Detroit University, the winners, came
in only 26 seconds later than their
estimate.
The second day the meet was
rained out and all the flyers were
guests at a big party sponsored by
the Akron Cloud.hoppers Club in the
afternoon and a banquet that evening.
The Michigan flyers failed to score
in the last day's flying and ended up
in fourth place. We are makin
olds Numerous really representati
ttain Perfection this can only be a
up by a student committee at week- full cooperationo
ly meetings under the advice of Maj.
Walter Farriss who supervises the body. Your part
actual marching. The selection of
the appropriate music and the coor-
dination of music and formations is your
the particular task of Prof. William
D. Revelli, director of the Michigan uates of yourClas
Bands.
The Michigan Banc marches at a
cadence of 154 steps per minutes, thus po I n tmen t at onC
exceeding the normal band and mi-
tary cadence by 26 steps per minute. will be taken of te
This brisk cadence makes for a more
energetic appearance and more pre-
cise performance.
Within the last two years thei
Michigan Band has adopted the in --.
novation of special music and for-_
mations for special ocasions. The
music for these is arranged by Pro-
fessor Revelli. Among the most pop-
ular of these special formations have
been "My Varsity Medley," "Pipe For-
mation" "Star Medley," and "Wagon
Wheels." It was the intricate "Pipe
Formation" presented here and at
Northwestern last year which brought
Ted Husing's hearty approbation inrs
the words, "The Michigan Band is
the cream of all the nation's college
bands It is truly the All-American
Band!
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T THE HEAD OF LIBERTY
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ALL POPULAR BRAND

5c CANDY BARS
3for 9c
"Nationally Advertised-'"
ION TAP ROOM
A. and 5 P.M to 8 PM
plus tax
of one:
mato Juice
with Dressing
s and Sweet Pickles
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of one:
ey, Chestnut Dressing
Duckling, Dressing
Bone Steak
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of two:
Mashed Potatoes
shed Hubbard SquashW
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ridance Institute
ney Scientifically
1 tute found that he was perfectly
normal and intelligent but was un-
able to read. If steps hadn't been!
taken to remedy this case Jimmy
would probably have faced serious
Imaladjustmenttfor the rest of his,
life. The institute arranged to have
him spend this winter at the Kellogg
camp near Battle Creek, where he
is getting remedial reading instruc-
tion.
Handling children like this who
have become maladjusted because
of difficulties at home or with their
associates, the Institute is attempt-
ing to arouse communities to action
throughout the state. It saw the first
sign of success yesterday when the
Social Service Clubs of Oakland
County met to consider hiring a psy-
chiatric worker.
Company Inierference
In CIO Stopped By NLRB
DETROIT, Nov. 22-UP)-An order
giving the Sparks-Withington Co.,
of Jackson, ten days in which to
withdraw recognition and support
from an alleged "company union"
and desist from interfering with
activities of the United Automobile
Workers in its plant was made public
today by the National Labor Rela-
tions Board.

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Jackson Alumni Honor Hillel Gets More
'Little Drum Major' Classical Records
David Hildinger, more familiarly
known as the "little drum major" at The Hillel Foundation has just re-
the Michigan football games, was hon- ceived a shipment of new symphonic
ored Monday night at the annual recordings to add to its already siz-
"Football Bust" of the'Jackson alum- able collection. Included in the new
hi of Michigan State and of the group are: Beethoven's Egmont ov-
erture. Concerto No. 5 in E Flat
University of Michigan, at the Jack- Major, Choral Symphony No. 2, and
son Country Club. quartet No. 8 in E Minor; and Tschai-
David, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. kowsky's Concerto in D Major, Die
Hildinger of South Division. St., gave Meistersinger Overture, and Dance of
an exhibition of his baton wilding thApprecpers whose music can
and was presented with a gold wrst be heard on these new records are
watch. Bach, Dvorak, Liszt, Strauss, Schu-
mann, Brahms Ravel and Debussy.
Daily 2:00 - 4:00 - 7:00 - 9:00
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THE CHEERING THREATENED TO RAISE THE ROOF"
-Pitts Sanborn
"THE GREATEST LIVING SOPRANO"

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-Philadelph ia Enquirer

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"REMAINS UNCHALLENGED IN MEMORY"
-Oscar Thompson
"GREATER TODAY THAN AT ANY TIME"

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-Olin Downes
-Herman Devries

"FLAGSTAD THE INCOMPARABLE"

d. Nov. 30 ...8:30

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