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SUNDA'~Y, OCTOBER 26, 1947,

T HE MICHWTAiN DATIY

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Spiritual Needs
Of Man Cited
At N.Y. Forum
Weizmann, Dulles,
Barbara Ward Speak
(Continued from Page 1)
obligation. It establishes a duty
and a code of conduct so that the
freedom to which men are en-
titled will . . . be used with res-
pect to the general welfare."
Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy, gov-
ernor designate of the United,
Provinces of India hit at the
"selfishness, greed and lust for
power" that characterizes West-
ern Civilization. "The 'world to-
day," he said, "has missed some-
thing."
He called attention to the "cul-
tural inbalance" that has been
created by concepts of group and
national superiority in which the
individual has been slighted. "The
tragedy," he said, "is that any
group effort to resolve such group
delusions results in creating more
delusions.
Dr. Roy presented the Eastern
remedy as one of "non-violence
and truth," adding that physical
surrender to violence might some-
times be necessary-but never
moral surrender.
Also speaking at the Forum's
second session, Dr. Reinhold Nie-
buhr, professor of applied Christ-
ianity at the Union Theological
seminary, divided the present
world crisis into three dimen-
sions: the threat to democratic
civilization, the peril of civiliza-
tion as a whole, and, most import-
ant, the inability of nations and
peoples to face new responsibil-
ities resolutely.
Our problem, he said, is to ach-
ieve "sufficient moral strength and
political imagination to bring
moral and political order in a
world now related only by tech-
nics."
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N.C. N.
Now On Sale

Sigler To Talk
At' Press
Club Meeting

Pneumonia Germ (
Mapped by Midwve
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 25-()-The
exact strategy of successful coun-
ter-attack when pneumonia germs
invade the lungs has been found
by Dr. W. Barry Wood, Busch Pro-
fessor of Medicine at Washington
University Medical School.

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sIerit Professor

Dr. Wood, who is remembered
by football fans as Harvard's All-
America quarterback in 1931, has
been specializing in pneumonia re-
search both here and earlier at the
Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Most bacteria that caused acute

pneumonia have tough outer en-
velopes that serve as a kind of ar-
mor against the white blood cor-
puscles or leucocytes, the body's
defenders against bacteria.
The leucocytes can attack the
germs, eating and killing them,
but the process is very slow until
the bacteria's armor becomes coat-
ed with anti-body, a protein sub-
stance, Dr. Wood said.'Since anti-

Governor Kim Sigler and
prominent Michigan lawyers

two
will

discuss a question due to go before
the state's voters in 1948 during
the 30th annual meeting of the
University Press Club, to be held
Nov. 5-8 at the Rackham Build-
ing.
Whether or not a constitutional
convention should be called to re-
vise the state's 40-year-old con-
stitution will be decided by the
electorate in the November 1948
general election. Governor Sigler,
Laurent K. Varnum, past presi-
dent cf the Michigan Bar, and
John Witherspoon, Detroit corpor-
ation counsel, will participate in
a panel discussion on the subject
during the afternoon of Nov. 7.
The audience, consisting largely
of newsmen gathered from all over
the state to attend the Press Club
meetings, will be allowed an hour
after the regular discussion in
which to voice their own opinions
and ask questions of the speak-
ers.
* Educational problems, Russia's
expanding power and the question
of armament and peace are other
topics that will be considered dur-
ing the three day meeting of state
journalists.

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THE SUBMARINE U.S.S. SENNET (above) will celebrate Navy
Day tomorrow cruising in icy waters as a peacetime patrol. Local
Navy Day celebrations will include an open house at Grosse Isle
Naval Air Station which will show radar operation and "blind"
landings.
Stassen Cites Policies Here

(Continued from Page 1)

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ical aspirations, especially about
whether he 'would accept "second
place" on the GOP ticket, he re-
plied:
"We are going to fight on
through for the presidential nom-
ination. Running in second place
would depend on who was nomi-
nated and what kind of platform
the Republican Party has.
"I would. not accept second
place with Dewey. I have said that
before, and it is still my position.
I believe that a candidate who
does not discuss the vital issues
can never be elected."
Stassen also said:
Stassen was accompanied by
Mrs. Stassen at the conference.
During the morning they toured

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the campus, observ
coming displays1
ing the game.

A special luncheon for women
ving the Home- guests will be served Friday noon
before attend- with Dean of Women Alice C.
Lloyd acting as hostess.

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