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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
PAGE TWO TUT1USDAY, FEB. 22, 1940-
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Here's A Way
To Be Aground
And Still Fly
CAA Will Bring Training
Plane Here This Week;
Pilots Stay In One Room
A Link trainer, one of those stubby-
nosed, embryo-winged model air-
planes that goes through all the mo-
tions without ever getting off the
ground, will arrive here this week for
use in the Civil Aeronautics Author-
ity student flight training program.
It's a major case of "just pretend-
ing." Students will take off on long
flights, will bank and maneuver, and
yet will never leave Room 2310 East
Engineering Building, where the Link
will be set up. For the CAA defines
the Link as "a 'dummy' airplane
Which is supported on the ground in
such a manner that all flight condi-
tions and maneuvers can be simulat-
Has Two Purposes,
The ship will be installed here for
two purposes. The first is to enable
the flight training staff to carry out
a research project approved by the
National Research Council. The re-
search will be under the direction of
Dr. Edward B. Greene of the psy-
chology department, and will deter-
mine the effect of visual instruction
in the Link trainer. The project will
be financed by the University's share
of the $100,000 granted by the CAA
to the National Research Council for
study of methods of selecting and
training student pilots.
The second need which the trainer
will fulfill will be a "blind-flying" in-
strument instruction course undernthe
auspices of the Extension Service and
the State Board of Aeronautics.
Trains Five Flyers
The course will enable about five
flyers each month to gain an instru-
mentgrating, needed in commercial
flying, at about half the cost paid to
Two experienced flyers will be in
charge of the instruction. They are
H. 0. Setter, former airlines pilot
and instructor at the Detroit City
Airport, and Herbert Chamberlain,
who has served in the British Air Min-
istry and the Army Air Corps.
To lie Settig
Of New Film
By MILTON ORSHEFSKY
Substitute Prof. Joseph E. Maddy
for Mohammed and Hollywood for
the mountain in the ancient proverb;
and you've got the story of why the
professor of radio music instruction
will serve as technical adviser on
"Interlochen," Paramount Pictures
planned production featuring the Na-
tional Music Camp at Interlochen,
As Professor Maddy's secretary tells
it, the idea of the movie was born
during the Camp's five-day appear-
ance last summer at the New York
World's Fair. Mrs. Artie M. Carter,
founder of the Hollywood Bowl, who
was familiar with the work of the
Camp's musical organizations, wired
Professor Maddy to contact a Mr.
Cowan in New York, but the professor
was too busy with his directorial
duties to pay much attention. Finally
Mr. Cowan, who is an executive with
Universal Films, found Professor
Maddy and outlined the plan.
The cast as it stands now has Allan
Jones, tenor, and Suzanne Foster,
youthful soprano v~ho stole "The
Great Victor Herbert," in the leading
roles. Bob Hope will handle the
comedy, and Louella Parsons' column
has indicated that there may even
be a part for Mary (My Heart Belongs
To Daddy) Martin.
"Shooting, at least of the outdoor
scenes, is scheduled for July and
August at Interlochen. Meanwhile,
Professor Maddy will continue his
"commuting" by trailer and airplane
between the coasts.
THURSDAY, FEB. 22, 1940
VOL. L. No. 101
The University Council Committee
on Parking earnestly requests that the
parking of cars and trucks on the
ovals between the Chemistry and Na-
tural Science Buildings, or anywhere
else on lawns, be discontinued. The
grass underneath the snow will be
damaged not only by the ice conse-
quent to the packing of snow, but
also by the dripping of oil from
Herbert G. Watkins
To Members of theUniversity Sen-
ate: The Senate Advisory Committee
will meet on Monday, Feb. 26. Sug-
gestions for'topics to be considered
should be sent this week to Dr. R. E.
McCotter, secretary of the Commit-
tee, or to J.P. Dawson, chairman:
..Faculty, College of Engineering:
There will be a meeting of this Facul-
ty on Wednesday, Feb. 28, at 4:15
p.m., in Room 348, West Engineering
Building. Agenda: Recommendations
from Committee on Coordination
and Teaching; Revision of Faculty
(Continued on Page 4)
Girls Are Beautiful In Regent Herbert's Land
Public Is i etit To Art, r Tf,, S', Lea,
Exhibit, 'Design In Living' I his ,Phikiead
Design in daily living is the theme__
of the modern art exhibit now be- One of nature's most spectaculam.
incr s. 1roi n bh amaef tuh astron-4-
ing snown mn the ioooy o tie arch-
itectural building by the Ann Arbor
Art Association until March 1. The
exhibit is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
each day, and the public is cordially
events, ;,on ,he amateur astronom-
er's point of view, is taking place this
week as Venus passes' Jupiter in their
eternal celestial race about the sun.
Venus, the brighter of the two stars
passed one degree north of Jupiter.
Brunette and beautiful, Miss Marie Markert of S tambaugh received her crown as Upper Peninsula win-
ter queen frorn, Regent J. Joseph Herbert. Regent Herbert, who began his first year in office in January,
is a native of the Upper Peninsula himself.
The new queen received her golden headdress at the third annual Upper Peninsula Winter Carnival
which was held at Sault Ste. Marie last week. She suceeds Miss Margaret Miller of Marquette, chosen in
1939 at Ishpeming.
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