THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1941
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Institute For Human Adjustment Law School Faculty Members
Serves Mentally McdadJ s e Participate In Legal Research
Through membership on judi-,board is engaged in drafting laws
In order to render a larger ser- - ~~~"-- - -- - cial commissions, participation in of non-controversial character for
vice to the state. the University program is designed to portray legal research and publication of adoption by all states.
is constantly projecting itself be- certain aspects of human behavior, Aidl Mass Protdtction1 the Michigan Law Review, the Profs. Simes, Aigler, Sunderland
particularly as they represent University of Michigan LawSchool and Waite are members of the
yoof socia adjustment. o clss Experments coinducted by
problems of social adjustment Epermnet of msne alogy actively renders service to the lo- American Law Institute which is
room teaching and in the Institute For the Speech Clinic this re- cal, state and national community. working to f.ormulate a restate-
uindet tree suprvson ofProfs., mtofAeiacmonlw
for Human Adjustment facilities search contributes to a better ur. e po 1 Three mnembeat of the faculty, ment of American common law.
are established for the further- derstanding of the processes of mg of coispieabl sa n e rofs. Stason, Sunderland and Supreme Court Requests
-ance of a broade program. speech and the origins of speech " irt af the nstional Wait are members of the Presi- At the request of the Michigan
The Institute is a manifestation disorders and provides the basis (,rc sitog dent's committees on Administra-
of the desire of the University to for adequate programs of diag- Appi am. tn dge ol lisa Civil and Criminal Las Pro- Law School has examined the
encourage research in the social, nosis, treatment. and re-training. tt A trrin uer tthe di- cdie. All committees have been transactions of the territory of
psychological, and physical mech- For the Psychological Clinic, it mond frcsts of crystalline ' aged in studying and recoi- Michigan, and has published them
anisms of behavior and to improve throws light on growth and de- -usiantes - ihe isivesigotrs mending changes in these three in six volumes. They are a valu-
and extend its program of research velopment of mentality and per- have been nated in deternin- .tsgvries of our thtional law. aesource interesting period of
and training in the field of special 'onality in different types of iii the beast way to cut the dia- Sutherland's Posts cig enerepmeog period of
edcto.homes and comnmunit its; offers' ' Michigan's development up till the
education. Sros for coom fn es and monds for use as dies and lathe In addition to his membership time she became a'state in 1837. i
reasonss fr hl faoseho are points in the mass production on the Presideist's Committee Prof. Prof. Yntema has been appoint-
Physically handicapped and nt df exaine thse psho- irmchines of modern industry. Sunderland also serves as secte- ed by Secretary of State, Cordell
mentally unadjusted people as well ; Harder than the best tool tary of the Michigan Judicial Hull, to serve on the Pan-Ameri-
as normal persons aie served by logical and biopsychological differ- steels, diamonds greatly facil- Cosuncil the purpose of which is to can Conference committee to
the Institute so they may be free ences among psychotic groups in itate mass production for they improve administration of justice stdy comparative law and legis-
bfrehospitals foi' the mentally diseased.
to develop to the limit of their in- s give the same precision of tol- throughout the state. In this ca- lation. He is now engaged in re-
dividual potentiali-ies. It is com- Direct Examinations erance to the thousandths pariy "he directs the many re- search work on this project.
posed of three distinct but co-ord- Service is given directly through products as to the first. 'eh projects that the Council 'The Michigan Las' Review, pub-
inating units operasig in close diagnosis and treatment, and in- . tonducts. lished by students of the Law
co-operation with related depart- directly through education of par- Dean Stason is also a member of School under the supervision of
ments of the University, partico- ents, doctors. teachers, social work- RIeun'io the Michigan Board for the Pro- the faculty, serves to disseminate
larly in physical, biological, psy- ers, and visiting and school nurses. motion of Uniformity in Legisla- recent developments in the field of
chological and social science, and Earnest efforts are being made to Dr. Joseph E. Madoy, University tion. In conjunction with the Con- law to members of the legal pro-
with other specialized agencies of point out to these groups the exist- of Michigan music professor who ference of Commissioners on Uni- fession and to legal libraries
the community. once of needs or defects of which tiirects the natioiialis-famous Mu- form State Laws the Michigan throughout the country.
Tn tm a t yah nnit thy ae ntheare 2h0 aaethe serious sum Camp, at interiochei. Mici.
,o some ex enl 'eac1 Uni may , u- I %11 s c vai-
be regarded as an extension of consequences which their neglect was bting shown through the
the work which has been and is may have and the desirability of State House of Representatives re-
being developed in courses of study providing guidance or correction Gently. He was introduced to Mar-
at the University. The three units at the age when the individual tin Kronk. West Side Detroit Dam-
operating at the present time are can receive the, greatest benefit. ocrat.
the Speech Clinic and the Psy- The directing staffs of the Clin- "Dr. Maddy?" asked Kronk.
chological Clinic in Ann Arbor, ics are restricted almost entirely "That's right," said Maddy.
and a socio-psychological research to members of the University fac- "Why, I'm an old pupil of yours'"
unit in Flint. ulty. Graduate and undergraduate blurted out the legislator. "Four
The primary aims of the Ann students conduct examinations years ago when I worked in a gas
Arbor units are identical; teacher consistent with the level reached station in Detroit, I used -to study I
training, research and service. in their classroom work, and in the violin through your radid in-
Teachers and specialists are the Speech Clinic, they do part of struction programs."
trained for ordinary work in the re-training. Their activities "We weren't very busy in the
speech improvement and psycho- are supervised and reviewed by mornings, and I was able to prac-
logical examinations. The research the senior staff, tice then," Kronk said.
The University's New Graduate School
Although we have not served Ann Arbor
as long as the University has served the
State and Nation, we are proud of our
record of furnishing the people of Ann
Arbor with distinctive portraits for over
3 19 East Huron Dial 5541
One of the mosO beautiful campus dwellings in the world ..
one mii on dollars lorth of educational splendor . . . is the Horace
H. and Mary Rackham School of Graduate Studies. The whole
educational trend of the University of Michigan has been toward
reater emphasis aeon graduate and adult education. In time,
some educators believe, this Ann Arbor University will have estab-
lished itself as an undisputed leader in the field of higher college
education. The Rackham building is the pillar around which the
present progran gravitates.
The building was made possible in 1935 through an unusually
generous gift from the Rackham fund. A large study hall, library
and periodical reading rooms are furnished "for those who wish
to read uninterruptedly or to browse in scholarly fields other
than their own."
FOR PREFERRED POSITIONS IN
BUSINESS AND GOVERNMENi
Hamilton Business College
WILLIAM AT STATE
New Sts flirst at WILD'S
FOR 104 YEARS the University has been building better citizens for
this country and the State of Michigan, and for more than one-half of
this period Wild's has been serving Michigan men. We salute the
University with the hope that we may be of service to
Michigan men for many of the years to come.
Ste Stees tonthe CampufI