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ylor Says Bikini May Be
rmanently Devoid of Trees
a'

e growth in certain areas in,
bikini toll may be perman
destroyed as a result of the
is bon'b explosion, Prof. Wil
R. Taylor, curator of algae
R University herbarium, saic
botanical seminar yesterday.
is very unlikely that growtl
eturn to those places where
ight humus topsoil has been
away by the bomb, Prof.
r explained.
f. Taylor, who explored the
i and adjacent Pacific atolls
e Marshal i1ian uiaa
ical supervisor on the scienj
staff of the atomic boml.
:n last summer, describe-
life in that region.
hough vegetation on the small
is is limited to several type.
shes, on larger islands, there
Ila e Grours
Hold Teas
inning Sunday, Feb. 23, the
rsity Center at Willow Vil-
ind the Wives Club will en-
.n with a series of Sunday
noon teas for the University
nts, faculty and wives.
s Sunday students and facul-
the literary college are in-
to attend the tea, which is
3 to 5 p.m. Mrs. F. B. Hodg-
will be clairman of this tea
Jr. and Mrs. Walter B. Far-
:d Dean and Mrs. Hayward
ton will assist in the en-
ment.
March 2, students, faculty,
heir wives of the law school
e invited.

e groves of trees resembling our
Saches which reach 100 feet in
,ght and grow spinach-like
aves, Prof. Taylor said.
Nearly all cocoanut trees grow
a plantations, many of which
,.re planted by the Germans who
cntrolled the islands before the
ist World War, Prof. Taylor
4id, adding that fish and the
cuts of these trees comprise al-
aost the entire diet of the,Marsh-
3lese.
ictor Vaughn
fficers Form
Sring Plans
New officers of Victor Vaughn
Len's dormitory have planned as
heir goal for the spring semes-
er to "put Vaughn house back on
ampus as far as sports and social
vents are concerned."
The men chosen to fill the of-
rices are Bruce Norris, president;
Tack Mitchell, vice -president;
,avid Anderson, secretary; John
Davies, treasurer; Oliver Strong.
';orts committee chairman; Kelly
Riley and Dick Rogers, co-chair-
_ien of the social committee; and
Joseph Kruzich, Walter Manley,
Bill Schultz, and Charles Gibbs as
members of the same committee.
Peake, Sto ckard
To Attend Meeting
Assistant Dean Charles H.
Peake, of the literary college, and
Prof. Alfred H. Stockard, of the
zoology department, will attend
the Conference on Pre-Medical
E ducation Friday and Saturday at
The University of Louisville.
North Main Opposite Court House
- - Starts Today
FRANK MORGAN in
"BLACK MARKET BABIES"
plus
ALAN CURTIS in
"FLIGhT TO NOWHERE"
added
"UNRULY HARE"
a Bugs Bunny Cartoon

CUT HOLE IN WALL TO RESCUE, DOG-Sam Dattilo points
flashlight at head of dog pinned for three hours in six-inch space
between two buildings at Newport, Ky. Carpenters cut hole in
wall of millinery shop to rescue animal of indefinite breed.
WATCHED BY RADAR:
Army To Hold Rocket Test
Nw Mexco Tomorrow

Church Group,
Rejects Ideas
Of Economist
Says Smith Doctrine
In Conflict with Jesus
PITTSBURGH, Feb. 19-(I)-
A gathering of Protestant Church
leaders today rejected the classic
economic doctrine of Adam Smith
as being "irreconcilable" with the
teaching of Jesus.
The action was taken by sec-
tion No. 1 of the National Con-
ference on the Church and Eco-,
nomic Life.
This section, made up of peo-
ple from various economic groups,
comprises one-third of the 350G
delegates to the conference spon-
sored by the Federal Council of
Churches of Christ in America.
The section unanimously voted
that-
"The Christian church should
oppose the classic doctrine as de-
fined by Adam Smith 'that the in-
dividual in pursuit of his selfish
gain will be led by an invisible
hand to work the good' as an un-
satsfactory answer to present eco-
nomic problems.
"'We hold this to be irreconcil-
able with the emphasis of Jesus
upon service as the basic motiva-
tion of life as exemplified in his
command: 'Seek ye first the King-
dom of God and his righteousness
and all these (material) things
shall be added unto you,' bearing
in kind that Jesus also laid upon
man responsibility for the full use
of his talents and abilities."
WJR Features'
Clements Staff
"Stump the Professor," which is
broadcast at 2:30 p.m. each Sat-
urday over Station "RJR, will be
devoted this week to questions
about George Washington.
Three members of the William
L. Clements Library staff will base
their answers on original diaries,
journals and letters of Washing-
ton and his contemporaries. Satur-
day will be the 215th anniversary
of the statesman's birth.
Experts on the broadcast will
include Regent Roscoe Bonisteel,
Dr. Randolph Adams, Director ofl
Clements Library; Major Robert
Brown, Curator of Books; and Col-
ton B. Storm, Curator of Maps
and Manuscripts. Waldo Abbot,
Director of Broadcasting, will be
quiz master.
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Daily Classified Ads

Staff Contin ues
OPA Activities
Fohd-up May Follow
House Fund Slash
WASHINGTON. Feb. 19--UP)-
OPA chief Max McCullough to-
day ordered his staff to carry on
ration and price control activities
"as usual" pending final word on
whether a House-passed fund
slash will gain final Senate and
White House approval.
McCullough delivered the order
personally to his Washington staff,
to put at rest his previously-ex-
pressed fears that their jobs might
fold up at the close of business
next Friday.
Should the $9.000,000 cut or-
dered in the House measure be ap-
proved this week, McCullough said
-as he did yesterday-that the
agency would be left with only
sufficient money on hand to carry
through Friday.
However, OPA officials gener-
ally expressed the opinion that the
Senate may not be able to act on
the House proposal before next
week. Even then it would have to
go to the White House for presi-
dential approval or veto.
The agency has $17,561,000 left
from its original appropriation for
this fiscal year. Of that amount,
$7,555,974 is earmarked to pay
employes their final salaries and
accumulated annual leave, and
the House wants $9,000,000 re-
turned to the Treasury.
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SEASONAL VARITIONS:
Nation-Wide St

By The ,associated Pires
Indfcation that the brakes had
been applied to a January dip in
many food prices was given yes-
terday .in a cross-country survey
of a number of common items.
With weather and other sea-
Foreign Students'
Mixer To Be Held
Newly-arrived foreign students
will be welcomed to the campus by
the International Students Com-
mittee at an informal mixer to be
held at 7:30 p.m. Sunday in the
International Center.
Erich A. Walter, director of the
Office of Student Affairs. and Mrs.
Walter will be present to greet
the guests.
Refreshments will be served.

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sonal factors coloring parts
picture, price tags on som
were shown to have been
upward, at least tempora
several cities. Others held
showed signs of contini
downward trend.
Agaiist this checker-boa
tern, in which prices fre
varied widely from city't
there stood out the latest
of the Federal Bureau of
Statistics that if all food
were considered in one lui
trend was up from last r
level.
Most meat prices in Nev
for example, were advanced
edly over last week. Thi
movement was shown in sor
er cities, but was not repor
tion-wide. Freezing weathe:
hob with citrus and frest
table prices in some sections
TONIGHT
at 8:30
1946-47
LECTURE COURSI
Presents

Prices of Some Foods Rise

MEN OF
ERIE COUNTY, N.Y.

The .Michigan chapter of Scalp
and BladIe cordially invites all men
from Buffao and Erie County N.Y.
to a rs1iing meeting at the Union
on 'Suirday, February 23. Scalp and
Blade' ti .a fraternity, founded on
the Mlchigan campus in 1911, and
has chapters throughout the United
States It is restricted to those men
from Buffalo and surrounding
ars and acts as aa medium
through which to get acquainted
both at home and on the various
campuws. All men interested in
joining this organization please at-
tend the meeting Sunday, or call
Hal Beim', 2-4401, room 420 Wenley,
before 'stnday.

MRS.
RAYMOND
CLAPPER

Veekdays until 5 P.M., 25c
venins and Sundays, 30c
Last Day
MY DARLING
CLEMENTINE
with
enry 1 onda, Linda Darnell
---and -
DANGER WOMAN
-Fri~v'and Saturday-
BOW I Y BOMBSHELL
witn The Bowery Boys
-- and -
HOME ON THE RANGE

WASHINGTON, Feb. 19-(P)-
Watched by the cold eye of radar,
a German V-2 rocket equipped
with a color camera will be fired
95 miles into the skies over White
Sands, N.M., tomorrow in an at-
,empt to wrest new secrets from
t he upper air region.
The Army, still searching for
che two A.W.O.L. warheads which
:nto the ionosphere, announced
that a new parachute system will
be used to bring the nose-cap
safely back to earth in tomorrow's
experiment.
In early tests, using standard-
ype parachutes, the 'chutes burst
,tnd the one-ton warheads loaded
with scientific instruments were
shattered upon impact with the
ground.
Tomorrow, two r ibbon-type
'chutes first used by the Germans
turing World War II were counted
on to insure a safe landing. -
Greet Foreign Students,
Reviving an old custom, Ann Ar-
bor Rotary will welcome newly-
arrived foreign students to the
campus at a dinner at 6:30- p.m.
March 5 in the Union.

At the 500,000-foot apex of the
rocket's flight, a "mortar" charge
will blow off the instrument-con-
tainer nose and release the first
parachute with an eight-foot di-
ameter. This is expected to slow
down the warhead's descent until
it falls to about 150,000 feet, or
28 miles up, whereupon a second
larger 'chute 14 feet in diameter
will open and permit a slow, safe
drift to earth.
In addition, radar will be used
to track the chute-guided war-
head which is expected to drift as
much as 60 miles from the firing'
grounds.
Plymouth 'M' Club Will
See Bikini Bomb Film
Dean Ralph A. Sawyer of the
graduate school and Robert 0.
Morgan of the Alumni Association
will present the sound film "Oper-
ations Crossroads" at a meeting
Club of Plymouth today.
The film is in technicolor and
concerns the Bikini atomic bomb
experiments. Dean Sawyer was
technical advisor of the Bikini
experiments.

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULETIN

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DANCE FRIDAY
METROPOLITAN CLUB PRESENTS
MAX FERGUSON
and his Orchestra
* AT THE ARMORY."
FOR YOUR DANCING PLEASURE
ADMISSION 75c

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Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the office of the
Assistant to the President. Room 1021
Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Sat-
urdays.)
THURSDAY, FEB. 20, 1947
VOL. LVII, No. 95
Notices
The University Business Office
and all departmental offices will
be closed on Washington's Birth-
day, Saturday, February 22.
Herbert G. Watkins, Secretary
All NACP students contact Com-'
mander MeQuiston immediately.
The General Library and the
Divisional Libraries will be closed
on Washington's Birthday, Satur-
day, February 22.
The Parking Problem:
The cooperation of all concern-
ed, both students and faculty, is
earnestly requested in the present
parking emergency, so that all
may benefit in so far as that is
possible.
The University Council has laid
down certain rules which attempt
to regulate parking in the restrict-
ed areas on the campus. These
areas are plainly marked to indi-
cate that only those cars bearing
parking permit plates may park
in them. The rules provide that
those with the rank of instructor
or above and those on the admin-
istrative staff to whom the privil-
ege is accorded may obtain the
proper plates at the Information
Desk, Room 1, University Hall. To
date 850 plates have been issued;
the number of spaces available
on the campus in the restricted
areas is approximately one half
that number. This situation in
itself creates one problem. When
holders of permits park their cars
carelessly, taking more room than
is necessary, and park so as to
prevent any possibility of exit, the
problem is aggravated; and when
those having no parking plates
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.THE DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH Presents
Play Production in conjunction with the School of Music
and the University Orchestra in
"TH E MARRIAGE OF FIGARO'
Mozart's Noted Comic Opera
MARCH 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 - 8:36 PM.
Tickets 1.20 - 90c - 60c (tax inc.)
Box Office Opens March 7 - Mail Orders Now
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE

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WANTED-Tru ipet man, for estab-
lished and w rkipg dance band, must
read and ride. Phil Savage. Phone
25-8084 evenungs. )11
YOU CAN ACQUiRE a skill and experi-
ence that can be profitable to you all
through life. Decide now to enter.
telephone work. It's the type of job
that gives you a feeling of satisfac-
tion. Apply at Michigan Bell Tele-
phone Company, 323 E. Washington
St. )35
SUMMER CAMP openings for two wo-
men counselors. Experienced dance
and craft instruction. Jewish clien-
tele. Write J. Carron, 924 Oakland.
) 10
WANTED: STUDENTS for staff of pri-
vate Club in Northern Michigan for
about ten weeks starting June 25th.
Men for kitchen work and one posi-
tion as bellhop; girls for dining
room and kitchen work. Full main-
tenance, comfortable living quarters,
good salaries, uniforms furnished,
and transportation not to exceed 400
miles. Ample time for recreation.
Please address Manager, 2541 Ewing
Avenue, Evanston, Illinois. )15
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING: theses, term papers, ad-
dresses, etc. Duplicating: notices,
form letters, programs. A. A. Typing
Service, 232 Nickels Arcade, Phone
9811. )1
MEN STUDENTS-Laundry done rea-
sonably, E. Ann St. near State St.
Phone 2-6760. )26
THE Gridley Airport offers the best in
flight instruction and equipment.
Located on Milan Road (US 23) be-
tween the expressway and Michigan
Avenue. Phone Ypsilanti 9272. )31

LOST: This girl's faith in Human Na-
ture, unless the person who found my
string of pearls Mon. returns same.
Virginia Kreger, 328 E. William, 2-
8410. )17
LOST: Michigan Engineer's 1947 Class
Ring. Ronald C. Forrest engraved in-
side. Last Sunday, Jan. 26 in Mich-
igan Union. Write Box 3, Mich. Daily.
Reward. )55
BLACK CHESTERFIELD coat: During
rushing Saturday, Hudson label. I
have your coat. 2-4561, Jo Chapel. )20
LOST Monday: Blue clothbound loose-
leaf note book, probably Mary Lee
Candy Store. Call Bill Sherts, 2-3093.
LOST: Man's Gold Ring. Unusual de-
sign, three cdlors. Words "Black
Hills Gold" on inside. In family 100
years. Reward. Call James Warren,
Ypsi 9224, West Lodge, Dorm 0-61,
Room.119. )50
LOST: Gray case containing Black and
Gold Parker 51 Pen. Lydia Mendel-
ssohn Theatre. Engraved, Janet Rus-
sell. Reward. Call 2-3225. ) 3
LOST-Chromium military-type wrist
watch, sweep second hand. Between
Library and Toledo. Reward. Call
Lou Major, 9027. )19
LOST-Chromium wrist watch with
chromium expanding band some-
where around campus. Made by
Moeris. Call Tom Barnes, 9027. )21
LOST-Parker pen, between League
and Newberry. Engraved, Nancy Lee
Thompsoa. Reward. Call 2-2591. ) 52
Read and Use
Daily Classified Ads

DRESSMAKING and Styling: Special-
izing with Vogue for that new Spring
outfit. Call for appointment. Mrs.
Ringinen, 2-2604. 5)
DRESSMAKING and alterations, also
teacher of sewing. Miss Livingston,
315 S. Division, second floor front.
)33
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: 1946 Mercury town sedan.
All extras. Best offer today. Call
4112 Ext. 568. )53
DOUBLE BED: Iron, good box springs,
mattress, $30. Call 2-1828 evenings.
)8
TUXEDO: Double-breasted, size 38, ex-
cellent condition. Call evenings after
8. 414 So. Division, Room 6. )56
EVENING and Daytime Dresses, Coats,
Suits, size 9-14. Good condition. 2021
Woodside Rd. Tel. 9779. ) 24
1941 PLYZOUTH CPE. Radio, heater,
defroster. Un sually clean in and
out. $895.00. No 56. Vet Village
(Hill and Fifth) after 12 noon.
SEASONED HARDWOOD; Mixed limb
and chunk, $1.00 per cord. We de-
liver 2 cord or more. Phone Saline,
143F21 collect, or write Glen Hamlin,
Saline. )9
FOR kENT
WILL EXCHANGE 2-room furnished
apartment, reasonable rent, near
campus for larger apartment, fur-
nished or unfurnished. Write Box 40.
)4
PIANO offered for use, rent free. You
provide space and moving cost. Allow
me to play one hour daily. Torn-t
helm, 205 West Engr., phone 4121,
Ext. 541. )14

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Home-made Rolls and Individual Pies

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