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THE IIICHIC .N la lty

'SiAT URD AY , NO EAMER 8, 1947

T~lEMICIGA fy..z

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DR. KERR SAYS:
Poor Care of Teeth During
Exams Invites Trenchmouth

Don't neglect your toothbrush
when cracking the books for finals,
or you might easily end up with
trenchmouth, according to Dr.
Donald A. Kerr of the school of
dentistry.
"As we go along with our usual
treatment of Vincent's Infection,
commonly known as trench-
mouth," he said, "the percentage
of cases seems to jump during ex-
amination periods."'
Former Justice
Plunges to Death
ATLANTA, Nov. 7-(IP)-Charles
S. Reid, 49, former Chief Justice
of the Georgia Supreme Court,
plunged to death from a down-
town office building today.
'March of Time' Film
Will Be Shown Tonight
"Gracias Amigos," a March of
Time film narrated by Lowell
Thomas which tells of the contri-
butions made by South America
to the war, will be shown at 8 p.m.
tonight at the International Cen-
ter.
The program is open to the pub-
lic.

Dr. Kerr pointed out that low
students during examination per-
iods, can lead to bleeding gums
resistance, characteristic among
when that condition is superim-
posed on improper care of the
teeth. Trenchmouth is a gum in-
fection which results from these
unhealthy conditions and poor
health habits.
Dr. Harold W. Held, of the
Health Service, says that although
poor oral hygiene is the forerunner
of trenchmouth, it is also neces-
sary to investigate for partially-
erupted wisdom teeth, faulty fill-
ings, and poor bridgework, since
these are common zones of infec-
tion.
Dr. Peelor Will Give
Medical Series Speech
Dr. Robert A, Peelor, of the Un-
iversity Hospital, will speak on
the causes, effects and control
of obesity in a radio address at
2:30 p.m. Monday over Station
WKAR in one of the University's
"Medical Series" broadcasts.
Development of Upper
Peninsula Discussed .
DETROIT, Nov. 7.-('P)-A pro-
gram designed to attract addi-
tional industries to the state's Up-
per Peninsula area was discussed
today by federal officials and the
Michigan Economic Development
Commission.
Commission spokesmen said that
the state group will have com-
pleted its regional survey by Jan.

Amish Officers
Forced To End
SocialBoycott
Farmer Is Awarded
$5,000 inDamages
WOOSTER, O., Nov. 7-(AP)-A
common pleas court jury today
awarded a 33-year-old Amish
farmer $5,000 in damages after
he contended four church officials
had imposed an Amish "mite" or
boycott against him and that he
had been socially ostracized the
past five years.
In addition, Judge Walter J.
Mougey granted an injunction re-
straining the four churchmen
from imposing any boycotts
against Andrew J. Yoder which
would deny him the right of re-
ligious liberty or cut him off from
any social or business relations
with his fellow church members.
The jurors, nine men and three
women, reached a unanimous ver-
dict after deliberating an hour and
25 minutes.
Yoder testified a boycott was
imposed after he transferred his
membership from the Helmuth
district church to the more liberal
Bunker Hill district congregation.
He explained he made the trans-
fer because he wanted to buy an
automobile to transport his invalid
daughter for medical treatment.
Regulations of the Helmuth
church forbid ownership or oper-
ation of an automobile.
His neighbors refused to have
any dealings with him after the
ban was announced, and its effects
made him feel "like a whipped
dog," he added.

III
ial

Dutch Books
Are oii Display
In U' Library
Exhibit (.e'ebrates
(t]entury of Settleinent
"Contributions of the Nether-
lands to Western Culture" is the
theme of tie current exhibit in,
the main lobby of the General Li-)
brary.
Celebrating a century of Dutch
settlement in Michigan, the exhib-
it ranges from Erasmus to volumes
on Mathematics.-
Portrays Progress1
The exhibit, portraying the pro-
gress made in the Low Countries
because of religious toleration, was
arranged by Miss Ella M. Hymans
of the library staff and Prof. Al-
bert Hyma, of the history depart-
ment.
Prof. Hyma. who was born in
the Netherlands, and is an author-
ity on Erasmus, has contributed
several books to the collection.
Two of the volumes loaned by
Prof. Hyma were printed by the
Pilgrim Fathers in Leyden and
bear their imprint. There are only
three such books in existence that
have this imprint.
Pamphlet Collection
Evidence of the University's in-
terest in Dutch history is shown
by the collection of original Dutch
Historical Pamphlets which, in
size and importance, is surpassed
only by that in the Royal Library
at the Hague.
Because of this interes* the
Dutch Historical Commission has
presented the University with sev-
eral large sets dealing with Dutch
history.

DEBATING SOCIETY:
British House of Lords Faces
Drastic Reduction of Power

__

LONDON, Nov. 7.--P--Britain's
proud House of Lords. once the
seat of the nation's princes of
privilege, may be reduced soon to
little more than an exclusive club
for paupers in legislative power.
Prime Minister Clement Attlee's
Labor government has served no-
tice of its intention to strip more
power from the peers in an avowed
move to protect the party's broad
nationalization program.
Centuries of Transition
Behind the latest move lies 10
centuries of transition-the as-
cendancy of the king to a rule of
sword under William the Con-
queror, the rise and fall of the
baron's power, the gradual emer-
Directories Are on Sale
In Publications Building
'aStudent Directories are now on
sale from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, at
the main business office of the
Student Publications Building, ac-
cording to Bill Zerman, directory
sales manager.

gence of the House of Commons
as the country's controlling au-
thority,
Inseparable, too from the new
step are hard questions involving
the ideological tug-o-war between
the right and the left: those of
practical politics and parliamen-
tary strategy.
Formal Disclosure
Ironically, it fell to King George
VI-himself the symbol of heredi-
tary rights-to disclose formally
the intent of the government to
curtail the peers' authority. He
did it in 10 words in reading to
Parliament the opening message
prepared for him by Attlee and
his cabinet:
"Legislation will be introduced
to amend the Parliament Act,
1911."
Attlee promptly made it clear
that the first step, at least, will
mean a reduction from twouyears
to one in the time the House of
Lords can delay final passage of
legislation which has been passed
by the House of Commons,.

4

American Veterans Committee Presents
RED FEATHER BENEFIT SHOWING

4

ROYAL TRIBUTE TO BRITAIN'S WAR DEAD--Princess Eliza-
beth plants a small white cross in the Field of Remembrance at
Westminster Abbey, London, as her fiance, Lieut. Philip Mount-
batten, waits his turn to offer his tribute to Britain's war dead.
Equal Par Ruled for Negro Teachers

SERVING HOURS:
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NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 7-(N)-
Federal Judge Wayne G. Borah
ruled today that Negro school'
teachers must be paid the same

salaries as white teachers of equ
qualifications.
He said Negroes had been deni
equal protection under law.

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in which to practice. Call Joyce at
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PANTED: Apartment or light house-
keeping rooms or sleeping room for
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FOR SALE
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Prof. Burt Is New
Editor of Journal
Prof. William H. Burt, of the
Museum zoology department, has
been appointed editor of the
"Journal of Mammalogy," a quar-
terly magazine published by the
American Society of Mammalo-
gists.
The magazine, founded in 1919,
is the only journal in North Amer-
ica devoted entirely to articles on
mammals.
Prof. Burt will assume his dut-
ies with the publication's next is-
sue, February, 1948.

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MORE THTC
EXCELENTi, tax incl.
Tsr onight, 8:30 P.M. HILL AUDITORIUM
EVERY TICKET A RED FEATHER CONTRIBUTION!
All profits pledged to Community Chest by University AVC
Citizens First Veterans Second

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THIZZER MOTOR BIKE. New! Best ' ' Yi' N
offer in 3 days! Must sell! Call 2- ses,
8250. Come 1113 Packard. )12 letter
ice, 2
AUSCH & LOMB monocular micro- WANTE
scope. High-low oil immersion lens, altera
5-10 ocular, mechanical stage. Call Divisi
2-7636. )106
HOOVE
3EAUTIFUL BLACK ALL SILK crepe sales.
floor-length dinner or evening dress. Fors
High sophisticated style. Size 16. Taylo
Telephone 2-2334. )7 -
ANNOU
WHITE BROADCLOTH SHIRTS: four shop.
for $9.00. Pajamas: three for $10.00. be lo
Best buy in town. Phone Arnold, Cust
8768. )33 stylin
phone
UPER OLDS TRUMPET in good con-
dition. All leather case. Mel, phone L
8177. ) 58____
UICK SUPER SEDAN. Excellent con- FOUND
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2-7265, evenings. )57LOST-
LL COLORS canaries and parakeets, 10:00
finches. Bird supplies and cages. 562 pleas
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evenings. )26
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WO FORMALS, size 14. Practically pou
new. Reasonable. Call 4058 after 6. man
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FOR RENT. Male student. 5
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)88
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>us walking. On bus line. 840
Huron. )18
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pion. 2 rings. )82
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UNCING the opening of our new
After November first we will
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om clothes, alterations and re-
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tickets to game. Call at Mich.
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Starred with Keith
his character-
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"Saint Joan."
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and alluring Ilona.
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Dramatic Guild presents a spec
showing of Ferenc Molnar's r
"The Play's the Thing." Threep
only, Nov. 6, 7 and 8 at Path
Ann Arbor High School.
Appearing in the play that made
will be Ian Keith whose memo
in Maurice Evans' "Richard the
in the history of the theatre.
is Joseph Macaulay, famed for
izations in such original pro
"Life with Father" and Shaw's
Blonde and beautiful Pa
plays the part of the seductivea
Together they combine to gi

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