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THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSD

'U' Officials Threaten
Dismissal of Students

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He added, however, that "of course
we cannot condone it."
Dean of Women Deborah Bacon
said it was "pot a real riot," but
rather "just a bunch of kids work-
ing off steam." She said she was
"very proud of the girls," who
"deserve several roses."{
Both Lewis and Miss Bacon,
however, were disturbed over the;
possible effect of the raid on the
state legislature, which meets to-
day to' consider the University's
request for a budget increase.'
'Seriousness of Situation'
"Students don't consider the
seriousness of the situation," Lewis
said. "The president (University
President Harlan Hatcher) goes
up to Lansing to keep them from
raising student fees, and the legis-
lature charges college students are
too frivilous." He said they can
also be accused of educating the
wrong kind of student.
Miss Bacon said that "if you are
going to ask your mother for more
money, that is a very foolish time
to stop doing the dishes."
Subdued Air
On the morning after the nightl
before, the Hill wore a subdued
Boulding Calls1
Parit, T axes
Unprogressive
Prof. Kenneth E. Boulding of
the economics department main-
tains that special taxes on chain
stores, and parity price formulasl
for agricultural commodities ex-
pected to equalize competitive ad-
vantages, actually obstruct eco-
nomic progress.
Poetically, Boulding make his
point this way:
The Farmer is obsessed with Price;
So Parity's his pet device;
But now, alas, we find in Parity
The nation's most expensive charity,
Those generous contributions which1
Should help the Poor, support the Rich,
Because, when. Prices we uphold
We pay the more, the more is sold.
"The taxation of chain stores,
for instance, is often defended on
the grounds that they can perform1
the retailing function more cheap-
ly than the independent stores and
should therefore be taxed to equal-
ize the competitive advantage.
The so-called "scientific tariff,"
which is.supposed to equalize com-
petitive advantages between do-
mestic and foreign producers, and
the . "parity price" formula for
agricultureal commodities are an
example of the same fallacy" he
said.
Boulding's views are stated in
"Principles of Economic Policy,"
a new book published by Prentice-
Hall.

air. The previous night's intoxica-
tion apparently resulted in the
inexitable hangover.
Windows on the ground floor of
Couzens Hall were open wide, al-
though the screens were tightly
locked. The lawn around the dor-
mitory was strewn with remnants
of the raid; tissues, rolls of toilet-
paper confetti and an occasional
apple core littered the grass.'
The glass - enclosed staircases
bore dozens of cigarette butts as
mute testimony to the excellent
view they had provided.
Palmer Field, too, was covered
with mementoes of its nocturnal
visitors.
Opinion Divided
The demonstration was very
nearly the only topic of breakfast
conversation, and opinion seemed
sharply divided on the subject.
Women reacted to the raid with
either great excitement or the
scornful comment, "Mickey
Mouse!"
One woman in particular was
very disappointed with the result.
"It's a shame," she said. "If they
got as far as they did, they should
have gotten into the dorm."
'First Raid'
Others appreciated the event
tremendously. "My first raid!" one
girl exclaimed. "I'ni so excited!".
Most vocal were those women
who had slept through the excite-
ment. Many complained bitterly
that their' roommates had failed
to awaken them;others complain-
ed just as bitterly that they had.
One girl related that her room-
mate had shaken her and said
breathlessly, "Get up! There's a
panty-raid!" To which, the girl
said, she replied "So?" and went
back to sleep.
Club To Sponsor
Movie in French
"Drole Dram" will be presented
by the French Club- at 7:30 p.m.
today in the Multi-purpose Room
of the Undergraduate Library.
A French satire of English mur-
der mysteries, "Drole Drame" stars
Louis Jouvet. The film is in French
with English subtitles.
EUROPE
49-DAY TOUR
June 1958 - $1075
47 Days in Europe.
ALL EXPENSE
11 Countries, including
Brussels,, Lourdes, Paris, Rome
A few vacancies available
NOMAD TOURS
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SU 9-6435

Philosopher
To Lecture
On Religion'
Prof. W. T. Stace of Princeton
University's philosophy depart-
ment will speak on "The Mystical
Elements in Religion" at 4:10 p.m.
today in Aud. C, Angell Hall.
Prof. Stace is the author of sev-
eral books, his most recent being
"Time and Eternity," termed by
Prof. William P. Alston of the
philosophy department "one of the
most important contemporary ex-
positions of a mystical approach
to religion."
Recently Prof. Stace received
national attention as the subject
of sharp criticism from the Rev.
Fr. Hugh Halton, Catholic chap-
lain and Princeton. Fr. Halton
strongly disapproved of Prof.
Stace's "naturalism." The charge
grew out of a magazine article
written by Prof. Stace, widely con-
sidered to be.atheistic.
In "Time and Eternity," Prof.
Stace attempts a solution of the
conflict between naturalism and
religion through establishing two
distinct orders, the natural and
the divine, which are "wholly
other" to each other, but "inter-
sect'' in mystical experience.
The 71-year-old professor came
to Princeton i n1932 following a
career in the Ceylon Civil Service.

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