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Latest Deadline in the State WARM, CLOUDY



Wilson Address
Slated for Today
Centennial Celebration To Begin
This Morning With Open House t
Highlighting festi'ities at the College of Engineering Centennial
celebration today will be an address by Secretary of Defense Charles
Secretary Wilson will be featured speaker at the Hill Auditorium
convocation proceedings slated for 2:30 p.m. The topic of his speech
will be "The Continuing Frontier" the future of engineering. Presi-
dent Harlan Hatcher will preside.
THE AWARDING of 240 citations to University graduates who
have achieved success in their various fields and the granting of 10

Few Cuts-Humphrey;
One Defense Bill Seen


North Korea
Strike May
End Today
PANMUNJOM -- (P) - Defiant
North Korean prisoners may de-
cide today whether to end a sit-
down against Communist expla-
nation teams-a decision on which
the fate of the armistice may rest.
After a week of silent brooding,
the stubborn Korean anti-Reds
were believed ready to tell their
Indian guards whether they were
willing to listen to Communists
trying to return them to Red rule.
* * *
IF THE answer is "yes," it will
be a resounding triumph for In-
dian patience and will go far to-
ward a peaceful completion late
in December of the explanation
If the answer is "no," it could
lead to a breakup of the 'Neutral
Nations Repatriation Commis-
sion, a mass breakout - of the
prisoners, and to a new and
unfathomable military-political
The Communists yesterday end-
ed their boycott of the commis-
sion, but not their demand that
the prisoners be forced to listen.
And their propaganda outlet
showed nervousness over the sit-
One Peiping broadcast assert-
ed that President Syngman
Rhee "has called up powerful
forces, including tanks, planes
and artillery" to rescue the pris-
oners if they are compelled to
attend explanations.
Another broadcast said the "cru-
cial 'question" was whether Indian
guards "will takegup the challenge
thrown down by ringleaders in the
prison camps." It was an implied
call to India to use force.
Peiping repeated its familiar
charge that South Korean and Na-
tionalist Chinese "agents" in the
camps were using terrors tactics.
Awarded Two
Nobel Prizes
STOCKHOLM, Sweden - (A) --
Two German-born biochemists,
one an American and the other a
Briton, were awarded the 19531
. Nobel prize for medicine and phy-
siology jointly yesterday for their

honorary degrees will conclude the
afternoon gathering.
Also on today's schedule will
be an engineering college open
house in the morning and a
banquet at the Union at 6:30
p.m. Featured speaker at the
banquet will be Robert Moses;
NewYork City Commissioner of
Parks. The topic of his speech
will be "The Contribution of
Modern Engineering to Our Civ-
Students in the engineering col-
lege will be excused from classes
for the two days of the Centen-
nial, and will act as guides for the
open house.
and Triangles, engineering hon-
orary societies, and' class officers
will also participate in the con-
vocation procession.
Commemorating a hundred
years of engineering education,
the two-day celebration will in-
augurate proceedings scheduled
to continue throughout the 1953-
54 academic year. During this
time the college plans to pay
tribute to its 25,000 graduates
for their service to society, gov-
ernment, education and indus-

Ike May Ask
U S., Foreign
Fund Fusion
Move To Avoid
ministration was reported yester-
day seriously considering a single
budget request to Congress next
January covering both U.S. de-
fense needs and foreign military
The main objective of a con-
solidated home-and-abroad de-
fense budget, officials said, would
be to overcome congressional re-
sistance to a separate military aid
bill in an election year.
A SECOND and longer-range
goal, these officials said, would be
to establish- the overlapping and
interlocking connection between
strictly U. S. defense needs and the
defense of the whole free wofld,
particularly Western Europe.
One high official said the de-
cision to wrap up military aid in
the regular defense money bill
had all but been made. Another
said such a move is still being
The two officials, interviewed
separately, declined use of their
The United States today Is'
spending at the monthly rate of
300 to 350 million dollars for mili-

Deadline for returning peti-
tions for the 23 elective Student
Legislature seats open during
November campus elections is
noon tomorrow.
Petitions are still available
from 1to 5 p.m. today and
from 8 a.m. to noon tomorrow
for students who want to run
for the 21 full-year terms
and two one-semester positions
AEC Plans
Full Scale'
Plans of the Atomic Energy
Commission to build the first full-
scale atomic power plant in his-
tory were, announced yesterday by
Commissioner Thomas E. Murray
in Chicago.
Murray called the prospect
"America's answer to the progress
of Russia in developing a hydro-
gen bomib."

Manuf acturers
Hear Secretary

Secretary of the Treasury Hum-
phrey yesterday declared the ad-
ministration "can make no prom-
ises of any tax reductions at all"
next year except the corporation
excess profits and individual in-
come taxes.
Humphrey told reporters that
the federal budget cannot be bal-
anced, even in fiscal 1955, unless
there are "very substantial"t cuts
in national defense outlays.
* * *
THE Treasury secretary spoke'
1at the opening of a three-day,
closed meeting here of the Com-
merce Department's Business Ad-
visory Council, made up of many
of the nation's biggest industrial
His words to corporation
chiefs were off the recor4, but he

Large Drops
In Defense
Seen Needed

-Daily-Don Campbell
MAN OF SCIENCE-Edgar M. Flowers sits beside his unified field theory experiment. The inside
aerial is attached to the set and the outside aerial is in the foreground.
*G d a O f*i*n* * *f
U' Graduate Of fers Einstein Proof

By j gar M. Flowers, '25, used a tele-
MIKE WOLFF and HARRY LUNN vision set and a series of magnets
With only a few simple instru- to prove the extremely compli-
cated hy nothesis

-- - -- -~ tary goods, most of which are
"I know this was Impossible made in this country and shipped
according' to our theory," the abroad.
su-vioc cetitrit

sun-visored scientist related.

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At the same time an attempt will
be made to report to centennial
guests on the activities of the col-
lege today, and to inform them
of plans and needs for the future.
TOMORROW'S schedule includ-
es a showing of sections of the en-
gineering college produced film,
"'The.First Hundred" at a morn-
ing session in the Rackham Lec-
ture Hall. Harvey M. Merker of
Parke, Davis and Company, Dean
George G. Brown of the engineer-
ing college and James W. Parker,
past president of the Detroit Edi-
son Company will also speak.
An exhibit of Veteran cars of
the Huron Valley Chapter of the
Veteran Motor Car Club of
America to be held on the Mall
will be highlighted by a par-
ade of the old automobiles
through town in the afternoon.
After a luncheon in the League,
the Mortimer E. Cooley Building,
engineering research laboratory on
the new North Campus will be ded-
The celebration will conclude
with class dinners.
Germans Use

ments, a grizzled University journ-
alism graduate last night claimed
a successful physical proof of Ein-
stein's unified field theory.
- Conducting' the unprecedented
tests in an E. Kingsley St. room-
ing house which he manages, Ed-


Explaining his complex theory
of ions, Flowers told how they areI
A STUDENT living in the house separated into four groups: high-I
told how her television set would trons, two types of mediatrons and
not work until Flowers applied his lowtrons.
special aerial-an elaborate net- "Uranium is a high voltage
work of pans and a teakettle wired dominantly electric atom," he
to the aerials with copper and iron added.
lii hi 1 ti1 1h 01 f11

Teamster Head
Relates Plans
For UnificationI
James Hoffa, Teamsters Union
vice-president, who gained power
yesterday by taking over ousted
local unions of Detroit and Pon-
tiac, told of union reorganization,
plans here last night.I
Hoffa told the Industrial Rela-
tions Club of the proposed plans

Flowers was not unaware of
the industrial potential of his
findings-a large sign on the

Developing ns thesis of the
life force, he postulated his rea-
coning in three basic steps:

television set warned all visitors 1) The essence of life is motion.
that both earth and planetary 2) The essence of motion is
rights were reserved. conflict.
Then he proceeded to a second 3) The most violent conflict is
test with the magnets to prove his when substance matter meets at
associate Eduarde De Nusi's cos- right angles or "on the square."
mic science hypothesis that P- "Are you on the square, gentle-
larity of a magnet's north and men, the bespectacled cosmic sci-
south poles are positive. entist asked his startled audience.
From this they derived the basic Relating this to his lunar
equation of the unified field theory, Flowers said the sun
theory: SPEPFQ plus LPMAPQ charges the sodium' of salt
equals MEE, he said. water during the day, and when
The verbal equation translating "Mother Luna 'comes out at
the initials is: solar polarity elec- night she acts as a magnet and
-. I. v.ittra.tc the, odium' Aeetrieal

The balance, manufactured in
friendly foreign nations, is call-
ed .the off-shore procurement
program and consists of mili-
tary items made with U. S. dol-
lars in North Atlantic Treaty
Organization (NATO) and other
friendly nations.
An important part of the pro-
posed new plan, it was reported,
might involve a system which
would permit the transfer of mili-
tary aid dollars directly into treas-
ures of NATO countries to be ex-
changed for local currencies such
as French francs.
The francs would be used f'or
specific purposes, such as a-
tenance of troops. The dollars
would be used to finance im-
ports from the United States.
Despite almost certain congres-
sional resistance to this kind of a
program, Administration officials
thing Congress might eventually
like it.
The 'Ensian has announced
that today 'is the absolute
deadline for seniors to return
picture proofs.
Proofs may be brought to the
Publications Building from 10
a.m. to noon and from 12:30
to 6 p.m.

*ENHL, nAnAr* h later told newsmen that the task
MEANWHILE, in Ann Arbor the of paring the 68 billion "dollar
American Bar Association's Spec- f bug ha proed "ver
ial Committee on Atomic Energy tog bsy
concluded its two-day session yes- "We will have another deficit in
terday by recommending broad- 1955 unless we can very substan-
ening of the Atomic Energy Act tially reduce ourmilitary expendi-
of 1946. tures," he said
Murray cited the AEC's sever- m * *
al - million - dollar project of "THE REASON it is tough is
building an industrial power re- that at least 75 per cent of the ex-
actor as "America's answer to penditures of government are in
Russian progress in atomic bomb the realm of security-that is, mil-
development. It should show the itary, foreign operations and atom-
world that America's eyes are is energy.
still on the peaceful future." "In addition, half the remain-
With a minimum production of der is in fixed items like inter-
60,000 kilowatts of electrical en- est on the national debt and
ergy, enough to supply a city of long term programs like aid to
50,000, the plant may be located veterans."
"at or near" AEC facilities for What remains, in the form of
,separating natural uranium from current government expenditures,
Uranium-235, called the' "paydirt subject to pruning in the econo-
of atomic power." { my drive, is "a small part of the
Westinghouse Electric Corpora- total."
tion will be principal contractor * * *
for the new plant. MAKING heavy cuts in the na-
The Bar Association's Com- tional security program, he em-
mittee recommendations result- phasized, raises "a - very serious
ed from diseussion around fif- problem," the problem of provid-
teen different phases of the ing just as much security with
Atomic Energy Act of 1946 which less money.
need amendment, in order to Hlumphrey said that Presi-
open the door to atomic energy dent Eisenhower's request last
applications in private industry. May for extension of the pres-
Dean E. Blythe Stason of the ent 52 per cent corporation tax
Law School will present the Com-'rate still stands, although the
mittee's report to the Association's law calls for a 5 point reduction
Board of Governors on Oct. 31. by- April 1.
After another committee meet- -Under questioning, Humphrey
ing in early November scheduled ' said he also could not promise
to review the document, the re- any cuts in the high emergency
port will be presented to the excise tax rates.
Joint Congressional Committee on
Atomic Energy. Druids Brew
Johnston Barred Magic Potion
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- (R) -- The
newspaper Al Jarida said yester-
day Iraq has refused to grant per- From the Stonehenge circle
mission for entry into this country Aided by the witches cauldron
of Eric Johnston, President Ei- Mystic plans were brewed in dark-
senhower's special envoy to the ness,
middle East. Many twigs were examined
Many rocks were overturned
Subjected to heat from blazing


for reorganizing the 1,001 localI

unions into an international un- 1tro-propulsion. force quality plus
ions fo cnloserconation nlunar polarity magnetic attraction
throughout thecountrd n power quality, equals magnetic

discoveries concerning the basic T actics
life processes carried on within *
human cells. i n Camsrpatgn
Dr. Fritz Albert Lipmann, 54, E U'
professor of biochemistry at the

Harvard Medical School, Cam-
bridge, Mass.,,and Dr. Hans Ad-

olph Krebs, 54, professor of
biochemistry at Sheffield Uni-
versity, Sheffield, England, share
the honors and a prize of 175,-
292 Swedish crowns ($33,840).

Dr. Lipmann has devoted much
of his career to studying the mech-
anisms of biosynthesis-how the
body builds and renews itself out
of the basic factors in food. FromI
this came his discovery of co-en-
zyme A, an organic substance that
plays an important part in nearly
every biological process.
Dr. Krebs was cited for his ex-
planation-variously called the
Krebs cycle, the citric acid cycle
and the wheel of fortune-of how
food becomes energy in living tis-
sue. This explanation provides a
general background for the study
of many problems of metabolic

Conrad Adenauer's Christian
Democratic Party used some of
the methods of American politi-
cal parties in achieving its re-
cent sweeping victory in the West
German elections, three Univers-
ity scholars who observed the elec.
tion reported last night.
Profs. James K. Pollock and
Frank Grace, and Henry L. Bret-
ton, all of the political science
department, discussed their find-
ings at a meeting of the Political
Science Round Table.
Bretton explained, offered a broad,
flexible program which would at-
tract voters of varying views, in-
stead of adhering to a narrow par-
ty line.

ON ORDERS from Teamster
International President Dave Beck,
trusteeships of Detroit local 247
and Pontiac local 614 were given
Hoffa yesterday.
Hoffa as trustee is investigat-
ing extortion charges against
five local officers of these un--
ions. He had previously recom-
mented suspension of the offi-
By combining the four major
conferences (Western, Southern,
Central and Eastern). the inter-
national. union will be able "to
get a better understanding of the
local unions," Hoffa told the club
With a 'clearer view of the local
unions, Hoffa added "a uniform
wage scale" can be set up, and
there will be an easier access for
contracts with large construction
Hoffa said the main objective of
union politics in Washington will
be trying to get more "liberal peo-
ple in office so a possible depres-
sion may be reduced."

Arts Theater Club To Initiate

- INSPIRATION for the discovery
came from the Sanders mercy kill-
ing case in 1950 where 40 c.c. of
oxygen injected in the veins of a
cancer case killed the patient. 1

"Desire Under the Elms," the
initial play of this year's Arts
Theater Season, will open at 8:30
p.m. today at the Arts Theater
Club, 2092 Washington.
A study of moral processes of a
society, the play, by Eugene
O'Neill, depicts the life of a farm
family in Puritan New England.
Relationships existing within
the family are those of aging Eph-
raim Cabot, his much youngerj
third wife, Abbie and his youngest
son, Eben,
- * * *

aI~2LL sue suuul s e1U1U
charge thus causing tides.
This is contrary to the popular
belief that tides are caused by
gravity, he indicated, "and if this
were realized, you could cut down
the number of tubes used in a
television set by a factor of two."
Einstein was not available for
1 comment last night.


Observed by men of knowledge and
easo'Most decayed, were burned, were
Finally from the murky grove
" ' From the cave where Fingal lin-
Abbie and Jerry Richards as gered
Eben. Others in the cast include The Order of the Mighty Oak
Ted Heusal and John Bennes. emerged
Causing the earth to shake and
The play will be presented in shiver
the usual theater-in-the-round Causing nations and cities to
style of Arts Theater. The three cower
sided set, designed by Roy Staf- All to bend the twig and sapling
ford consists of a four room house And to capture the sturdy awends:
with- a porch and gate area and Go-Getting Ginkgo Golten, Hard
is present in its entirity in the Hitting Hollyhock Hurley,.-
playing area throughout the play. Redecorating Rhododendron Rice
Director of "Desire Under the and Yielding Yucca Yirkoski.
Elms" is Strowan Robertson who
has been with Arts Theater for McCarthy Tells
the past several years.
Tickets are available to theater Of Stolen Data
members for the production at
Arts Theater. Memberships may be FT. MONMOUTH, N.J. - (M -
obtained for the semester or the U.S. Senator McCarthy (R-Wis)
season at the theater or by call- said yesterday he had information


Churchill Upheld
On Guiana Move

THE SITUATION in the family
becomes tense when Eben's rebel-
ling against his tyrannical father
is met by sympathy from his step-
mother, Abbie.

v "Te t'alked out of more

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