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' WThNF~SDAY. MARCH 1. Th~&

PROF. SLOSSON SAYS:

International Government Key to Peace
By DON POSTMA
International Government is the .a *n* *.*...*.
"onl wy" t o end the possi blit ,, .
a peech tmebers ofSima Rho X.~ .\
Sosson added tha such a goen .....,.
n t would be able to set up con- .,.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....
aomic bomb manot be the chief
weapon'' used in a coming con-
flict since other "more deadly ~
weapons," such as the H-bomb
may be in use by that time.

The difficulty lies, he con-
tinued, in Russian refusal to
cooperate with international
peace plans. In the meantime,
he added, the United States is
forced to keep up in the "arms
race."
Dr. Slosson claimed that the
"first line of defense is diplomacy."'
Therefore, the United States must
get enough of the countries in the
world to agree with them so that
any future agressor would hesi-
tate to start war in the face of
"overwhelming odds."
* * *
REFERRING TO THE "cycle
.of wars," Prof. Slosson added that
wars may be classified as two
types: wars of tension and of in-
tension. -
The latter, he continued, are
started intentionally and usual-
ly follow a 10 to 15 year cycle.
Wars of tension, however, are
the result of some "incident"

Slosson Not
Contesting
House Seat
Rep. Micliener
Stil Un~decidedl
history department, 1948 Deo
distrit wi n mak athe r
as far as I'm concerned, Prof.
Slosson told The Daily.
.REP. MICHENER, whose home
is in Adrian, has not yet decided
whether to run for re-election, ac-
cording to George A. Weins, chiair-
man of the Washtenaw County
Republican committee. The sec-
ond Congressional district includes
Washtenaw, Monroe, ILenawee and
Jackson counties.
The illness of the '73-year-old
Congressman's wife, who is stay-
ing in Detroit while Rep. Miehe-
ner carries out his duties in
Washington, was cited by Weins
as a factor which may persuade
Rep. Michener not to, run for re-
election. Rep. Michener has re-
presented this district in every
Congress since the 66th, with
the exception of the 73rd Con-
gress.
Should Rep. Michener decide not
to run, George Meader, ex-Wash-
tenaw County prosecutor who op-
posed the Congressman in the 1948
Republican primaries, may again
seek Michener's seat, according to
We.ns.
But it is improbable that Meader
would run against Rep. Michener
this year, Weins added.
MRS. MARGARET PRICE, vice-
chairman of the Washtenaw Coun-
ty Democratic committee, said no
one has been selected as yet to
run for Congress on the Democrat-
ler revealed that at a recent meet-
'ing of the district's county Demo-
cratic chairmen, several names of
potential candidates were consid-
ered.

-Daily-Carlyle Marshall
SLOSSON ADDRE SSES ENGINEERS-International Government
key to control of atomic bombs and end of wars says Prof. Preston
Slosson in his address to Sigma Rho Tau's semi-annual mem-
bership smoker.
* * * *

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that is brought about by "war-
weary" nerves. Prof. Slosson
said that the former was the
t hudftype we shol ear in te im-
mediate future.
Speaking of the scientific side
of the H-Bomb was Prof. William
A. Nierenberg, of the University
physics department, who explain-
ed the differences between the
H and A Bombs from a standpoint
of neuclear fission.

mm

SPROF. NIERENBERG noted
that the Hydrogen Bomb operates
on the same theory of as that of
energy changes in the stars only
on a smaller, "man-made scale."
He asserted that the chances
of "exploding" the earth by
such a fission is possible but
highly improbable since the
earth is not large enough for
"complete fission" to take place.
However, Prof. Nierenberg con-
tinued, there is a possibility that
someone could "load" a bomb with
materials that would spread a film
of radioactivity around the earth.
He added that the results would
shima andr tNagasak iafteri th
dropping of the first Atomic
Bombs.
This is the aspect of Atomic
warfare that we must guard
against, Prof. Nierenberg said.

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IWEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1950
VOL. LX, No. 99
Notices
Regents' Meeting: 9 a.m., Sat.,
Mar. 18. Communications for con-
sideration at this meeting must be
in the President's hands not later
than Mar. 9.
Herbert G. Watkins,
Secretary
Willow Run Study Ilall: At the
beginning of the second semester, I
the study hall at Willow Run was
Midway.Mr. 1 it will e open as
follows:
Monday and Wednesday, 12:30-
5:30, 6:30-10:00.
Tuesday and~ Thursday, 9:00-
12:00, 12:30-5:30, 6:30-10:00.
Friday, 12:30-5:30.
Saturday, 9:00-12:00.
Approved Student Sponsored So-
cial Events for the Weekend:
March 3: Beta Theta Pi, Chin-
ese. Students Club, Delta Sigma
March 4: Acacia, Alpha Chi Sig-
ma, Alpha Delta Phi, Alpha Kap-
pa Alpha, Alpha Sigma Phi, An-
derson House, Chi Phi, Delta Chi,
Delta Sigma Pi, Delta Tau Delta,
International Student Assn., Kap -
House, Phi AlphalubKappa,hi
Delta Phi, Phi Gamma Delta,
Phi Kappa Sigma, Phi Rho Sigma,
Phi Sigma- Delta, Phi Sigma Kap-
pa, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma
Alpha Mu, Sigma Chi, Sophomore
Class, Betsy Barbour, Strauss
House, Theta Xi.
March 5: Phi Delta Phi.

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view interested candidates.
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