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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1949

Williams To
Participate
In Parley
Governor G. Mennen Williams
will participate in the program of
the 24th annual Michigan Ac-'
counting Conference Saturday at
Rackham Lecture Hall.
He will attend the afternoon ses-
sion of the conference, jointly
sponsored by the Michigan Ac-
counting Association and the
School of Business Administration.
THE MORNING session, begin-
ning at 10 a.m. in Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theatre, will feature ad-
dresses by Harold Stewart, presi-
dent of the American Institute of
Accountants and by David Him-
melblau, professor of accounting
at Northwestern University.
Stewart will speak on "The
Importance of Change to the
Accounting Profession," while
Prof. Himmelblau will discuss
"Inventory Valuation under
Present Economic Conditions."
Prof. Clare E. Griffin, of the
School of Business Administra-
tion, will speak on "Britain after
1952," at a luncheon in the League.
HIGHLIGHTING the afternoon
program, scheduled for 2 p.m. in
Rackham Lecture Hall, will be an
address by Richard B. McEntire,
member of the Securities and Ex-
change Commission, on "Investors'
Confidence and the Capitol Mar-
kets."
Fred Maytag II, president of the
Maytag Company, will also speak
on "Why is the Best Economic
System so Misunderstood?" Gov-
ernor Williams is expected to speak
briefly at the close of this session.

Victory Smiles

-Daily-Wally Barth
SL WINNERS-Quentin Nesbitt, '50BAd, left, and Bill Duerr,
'50E, flash victory smiles upon learning of their election to the
Student Legislature early Wednesday morning. Duerr was the
second candidate to be elected, while Nesbitt was a close third.
Dorianne Zipperstein, '51, led the pack with 279 first place votes.
U' Geologist Calls Mackinac
Bridge Proposal 'Unsound'

Any bridge across the straits
of Mackinac would be unsound,
according to Prof. Kenneth K.
Landes, chairman of the geology
department.
Rock formations at the straits
are not strong enough to support
the bridge piers, he explained.
THE HOUSE of Representa-
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als for a bridge across the straits
for several years.
Landes, with Prof. George M.
Ehlers of the geology department
and George M. Stanley, former-
ly of the University, made a
study of the region's geology for
the Michigan Department of
Conservation in 1944-45.
Turning to another strait cross-
ing proposal, Landes said a sub-
merged river valley in the middle
of it makes it over 150 feet deep
toward the center, and thus would
send construction costs for a tun-
nel soaring.
ANY TUBE would have to be
dug at 600 to 700 feet below the
surface, he declared.
Main drawback of the region's
geologic make-up is a large zone
of "collapsed rock," a jumbled
up rock and soil formation.
Besides forcing any tunnel built
to dive deep under the Straits, this
rock zone, Landes felt, would not
support the pressure of steel pieis
needed to support a suspension
bridge.
Part of the "collapsed rock"
would turn to mud under the
piers, Landes believes.
Winter ice and winds, Landes
said, would exert terrific pressure
on a bridge's superstructure,
enough to strain the sturdiest
foundation rock.

Inter-Church
Rites Mark
Holiday
Separate Groups
Will Also Meet
An interdenominational service
and individual services in seven
Ann Arbor churches will highlight
religious observances of Thanks-
giving today.
A Union Thanksgiving service,
sponsored by the Ann Arbor Min-
ister's Association and the Ann
Arbor Council of Churches will be
held at 10:30 in the First Con-
gregational Church.
* * *
REV. G. PAUL MUSSELMAN,
rector of the Old Mariners' Church
in Detroit and superintendent of
the Detroit Episcopal City Mission,
will speak on "Skid Row."
Rev. Chester Moucks, presi-
dent of the First Baptist Church,
will preside.
Assisting will be Rev. Walter
Brandt, Trinity Lutheran Church;
Rev. William Rice, Bethel Ame
Church; Rev. Edwin Weiss, Meth-
odist West Side Church, and Rev.
Earl Grandstaff, Memorial Chris-
tian Church.
ALL RESIDENTS of Ann Ar-
bor are welcome to attend and a
special invitation is being extend-
ed to University students, accord-
ing to Mrs. Rachael Andresen,
executive secretary of the Ann
Arbor Council of Churches.
The Union Service will be
broadcast over station WHRV.
A special Thanksgiving mass will
be held at St. Thomas Catholic
Church. Other regular masses will
be held at 6:30, 7:15 and 8 a.m.
St. Mary's Chapel will have reg-
ular masses at 7, 8 and 9 a.m.
REV. CARL BRAUER will preach
on "Let Us Give Thanks," at 10
a.m. at the Evangelical Lutheran
Church.
"Saint Paul - An Example
of Christian Thankfulness" will
be the topic of a sermon by Rev.
Alfred T. Scheips at 10:30 a.m.
at the Lutheran Chapel.
Rev. L. J. Koeninger will preach
on "Always Thanksgiving" 10 a.m.
at the Redeemer Evangelican Lu-
theran Church.
The Christian Science Church
will sponsor a special Thanksgiv-
ing service 10:30 a.m. in the Lea-
gue Ballroom.
A Thanksgiving service will be
held at 10 a.m. in the Seventh
Day Adventist Church.
SRA To Hold
Weekend Retreat
An intercultural retreat Satur-
day and Sunday at Pinebrook
Farms is on the weekend agenda
of the Student Religious Associa-
tion.
Those attending the retreat will
leave Lane Hall at 2:30 p.m. Sat-
urday, for Pinebrook Farms and
return Sunday afternoon.
Joanne Smith, of the Lane Hall
staff, advises those students at-
tending to bring along plenty of

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