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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1988

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Halts Wreck

House Boosts
Navy As H1
CrysPrepare'
Britain Sees World Peace
Guarantee In Action Of
U.S. On Armaments

Rotit Seared bpshne,
The sophomi'ores couldn't beat the
freshmen, so it remained for one
"Jackie" Boyce, a precocious native
of Ann Arbor, .and his growling
"Spunky," to attend to that worthy
task,
One of the yearlings, returning to
the Allen-Rumsey House with his col-
leagues Wednesday after dinner,

Cards Are Posted
CIn Snditato DPagve1
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rency since the rise of the Nazi gov- .
ernment. In addition to the pub-:
lished debt, it is estimated there are "
private debts to the amount of ten l h
million dollars, dedicated for the most :
part to the "Arbeitbeschaffungs" pro-c
gram.
Secondi pohit of difference between
Berlin and ienna, he said, concern
exchange control. Austria in 1935
distinguished itself as the only power
in central Europe to return its cur-F
rency to free exchange rates and re- When Marilyn Emge (above),g
sume payments on foreign debts daughter of a member of the 11
Gerxray, n te cthehad, as linois general assembly, yaw a
Cugromany,ante cnol,pghand, gassteel tower lying over the Illinois i
the. mark at 40 cents and forcing all Central Railroad tracks at Belle-Y
th ei, exkhang entrans actions asville, Ill., aftei a tornado, she ran a '
for~eign exchange tascin half mile from her wrecked farm
through the Reichsbank. The mark'shlf me omer.rednfard
artificial value, Professor Ellis said, home to a telephone and notified
has stimulated importers and throt- the dispatcher who warned the
tled exporters with the result that crew of an approaching train.
Germany today cannot export in suf-
ficient quantity to maintain a favor- State Folk-Lore Subet
able trade balance. Government sub- .
sidies to exporters,,he said, have not Of League Talks Today
solved the problem.
professor Ellis feels that. Austria's Leading authorities on MichiganI
return to exchange control, automa- folk lore from all over the state willf
tically concomitant with the ansch- meet for discussion at a luncheon to
iss, will virtually force it into the be held at 12:15 p.m. today in the{
sm, traderoblems whichnow League, Dr. Ivan A. Walton of theI
plague Germany. The Reich, in line English department announced yes-
with this conjecture, has artificially terday.
pushed the value of the schilling up An attempt will be made to bring
seven cents in announcing its new 1.33 together all those interested in the'
ratio with the mark. field to discuss the possibility of set-
rting up some kind of a permanent
organization.t

(Continued from Page 1) passed a disparaging remark about
"Spunky," a 15-pound fox terrier.
out the world "for integrity, justice, "Jackie," three years old and three
good will, strength and unswerving feet high, came to his "best friend's"
loyalty to principles." rescue with a barrage of well-aimed
To mnake such a contribution, he mudbalis.
continued, the United States must not "Jackie" and "Spunky" held their
retreat from the Far East nor with- foes at bay for about 10 minutes put-
draw its protection from Americans f ting them to flight and forcing them
and American interests everywhere. to barricade the doors.
Supports Big Navy "Jackie" was finally "persuaded"
Turning to the administration's to let the other cowering freshmen
tillion-dollar naval expansion pro- return safely across the precarious
gram now pending in Congress, he passage.
"It is my considered judgment that,
in the present state of world affairs,I NL R Orders
to do less than is now proposed would
lay our country open to unpredictable *
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ness of walls and partitions, ventila-
ion and dishwashing facilities, in-
cluding the supply of water available
at 180 Fahrenheit, a temperature nec-
essary to insure the destruction of
bacteria. There are similar sub-
divisions under the three other lines
of inspection.
Since it was found that perfectior
n restaurants is almost non-existent
the health authorities decided to give
alphabetical scores to convey the rela-
tive degrees of sanitation to the res-
taurant patron more adequately
Thus, Grade A is given for scores o
90 to 100, : for scores of 80-89, and
This scheme has been designed to
keep the public informed as to the
sanitary conditions in restaurants
and to induce owners to improve de
ltswhich have been pointed out to
themi, consequently raising their san-
itation scores.
The next step in the campaign is
the city council's passage of the
aforementioned proposed ordinanc
This will empower the Board o
health to license restaurants in orde
to maintain a constant check on th
eating establishments.

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U.S. Program Praised
LONDON, March 17.---(4')--Win-
ston Churchill, former first lord of ,
the Admiralty, was cheered in the
House of Commons today when he
referred to "the excellent relations
prevailing on naval matters between
this country and the United States."
"The more ships are built in the
United States," Churchill said, "the
more confidence we have that the
cause of peace in the world will be
sustained.
"We can all rejoice that naval riv-
alries betwee'n the two English-speak-
ing nations are not only a thing of
the past but cannot be renewed in
the future."

Battleship Remains Best Weapon
Despite Airplane, Says Mickle

By JOSEPH GIES
In spite of claims advanced by en-
thusiasts for the power of the air-
plane in modern warfare, there are
no indications that the importance
of the battleship has been diminished
in the opinion of Prof. Frank A.
Mickle of the mechanical engineer-
ing department.
"A modern battleship or cruiser can
hardly be sunk by a direct hit from
the air," Professor Mickle said. "Such
a hit would inflict damage on the
deck and mechanism, but none that
could not be repaired at sea. A bat-
tleship can only be sunk by a hit be-
low the waterline, or by a bomb
dropped from the air close to the side
of the ship and exploding just below
the waterline."
Professor Mickle said that the new
"air torpedoes," which are designed
I to be dropped into the water from a
plane, would be extremely difficult to

aim accurately. He pointed out that+
an airplane is under a number of
handicaps even in ordinary bombing,
its own great speed and the develop-
ment of the -anti-aircraft gun being
the most important.
"Thesmodern anti-aircraft 75 milli-
meter gun, with its rapid-firing abil-
ity, is a highly effective weapon
against even the fastest aircraft," he
said. "Land batteries of 75's are ab-
solutely deadly against aircraft. At
sea anti-war weapons are somewhat
less accurate because of the roll of
the ship, but they are still sufficientlyI
potent to prevent close approach ofl
planes."
Professor Mickle also said that in
spite of the negligible combat value
of the airplane at sea, it was never-
theless a very important arm of the
fleet for observation purposes. "The
fleet with air superiority would be atl
a great tactical advantage in modern,
war," he concluded.i

lDeroit Office Instructied
To Judge Case
(Continued Mn-m Page 1)
ing," according to Howard W. Beatty,
plant superintendent.
The n'xn, Haskell McGee of In-
dianapolis, Ind. and John Gore of'
Birmingham, Mich., agreed when
contacted last night that no actual'
fisticuffs took place. Gore reported
to A. J. Wiltse, Ann Arbor Press man-
ager, that Wednesday night McGee
tried to get him to join the Union.
He reaffirmed his charge last night.
McGee, who will appeal to Wiltse'
for reinstatement today,. denied
Gore's charge. He said he collared
Gore in the shop yesterday and hold-
ing a mallet in his hand told Gore
to keep out of his sight. The unfair
labor practices with which the Ann
Arbor Press is 'charged include:
(1) Interference with the em-
ployees' right to self-organization and
collective bargaining through their
I own represnetatives. (2) Dominat-
I ing the administration of a union or
contributing financial support to it.
(3) By discrimination in regard to
hire or tenure of employment to en-
courage or discourage membership in
a union. (5) Refusal to bargain col-
lectively with representatives of his
employees, subject to section 9a.1
Michigan Academy
Opens Meet riToday
(Continued from Page 1)
ing on in the chemical sides of im-
munization work at 8 p.m. in Room
1528 East Medical Building. His
topic is "Recent Chemical Theories of
Immune Reactions and Some Practi-
cal Applications."
Dr. Hansen is president of thel
American Economics Association andl
is at present on the faculty of the
Harvard Graduate School of Public
Administration.

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