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'BEAUCOUP' BLASTS:
Expert Estimates Force
Of A-Bomb Destruction

Firecracker' Primed for Race

WASHINGTON-1)-It would
take as many as 6,500 atomic
bombs to totally destroy the cities
of a major military power an
authority on strategic air war said
recently. *
The estimate came from Stefan
T. Possony, a specialist on bomb
target selection for France during
the first part of the European war,
later a psychological warfare ex-
pert for the United States Navy
after the fall of France.
'Later Years'
Hobby Show
EntriesSought
A hobby show, senior grade, will
be one of the features of the Uni-
versity's Second Annual Institute
on Living in the Later Years,
scheduled for July 20 and 21.
Entries for the hobby show are
being sought from anywhere in
the state, but entrants must be at
least 55 years old in order to qual-.
ify. The age requirement reflects
the fact that the institute is con-
cerned with living in the "later
years.",
Handicraft work or the products
of other creative leisure time ac-
tivities are especially desired. All
entries or inquiries concerning the
show should be addressed to Dr.
Wilma T. Donahue, Bureau of
Psychological Services; in care of
the University at Ann Arbor.
The institute itself will deal with
some of the problems that arise as
one grows older. Lectures, discus-
sions and demonstrations on crea-
tive leisure time activities, housing
and living arrangements and em-
ployment and employability will
be featured.

HIS CALCULATIONS on the
enormous number of A-bombs re-
quired, coupled with a detailed an-
alysis of the limitations as well as
capabilities of- existing bomber
fleets, questions the theory of an
"atomic blitz" to defeat an enemy
in a quick war. He cautions that
"the destructiveness of a weapon
is dependent on the quantity in
which this weapon can be made
available."
Possony, currently lecturing
on military subjects at George-
town University, set down his
views in a volume on "Strategic
Air Power for Dynamic Secur-
ity," published by the Infantry
Journal.
Possony used Germany, in its
wartime condition, as an example
of estimating the number of A-
bombs necessary for a war of
"total destruction" against urban
areas. He chose that country be-
cause statistics are available for
destruction wrought by conven-
tional bombs.
THE HAVOC produced by one
atomic bomb is equal to about
4,000 tons of conventional bombs,
based on the actual damage pro-
duced bysthe blast,Possony esti-
mates.
This, as he points out, is dif-
ferent than the purely theoretical
figure (based on mere measure-
ments of blast) of one A-bomb
equal to 20,000 tons of TNT. That
estimate was made in the first of-
ficial announcenent of the atomic
bomb, at the time of the 1945
attack on Hiroshima.
Possony discusses in cold but
alarming statistics the death toll
expectable if an atomic attack was
launched against the United States
-but challenges a statement that
40,000,000 persons would die in
the first 24 hours.

SIX-METER PASSENGER-Firecracker, owned by Henry F. Whiton, rides its cradle on =the deck of the U.S. Lines American Clipper
in New York. The yacht is one of three to compete in the British-American Cup six-meter team match in England.

'Dome Rock'
To BeAired
Tonight's Angell Hall Playhouse
broadcast will feature the drama-
tization of "Dome Rock," an orig-
inal story written by Joyce Atchi-
son, '50, of Ann Arbor.
Because of thek night baseball
game, the Playhouse may not be
heard at its regularly scheduled
time 10 p.m., but it will go on
the air as soon as the game is
over. WHRV is the station carry-
ing the show.
Leading roles in the Speech
Department production of "Dome
Rock" will be taken by Bob
Thompson, Vic Hurwitz and Don
Hall, while Josh Roach will direct
the production.
"Dome Rock" promises to pro-
vide thirty minutes of spine-chill-
ing action, as the Angell Hall
players unfold the story of a
small cluster of hills in the wild
west, plagued with a terrible curse.

TOMES FOR TINY DOMES:
Summer Education Talks
Scheduled for July 11-15

The 20th annual Summer Ed-
ucation Conference will be held at
the University next week, from
Monday, July 11 to Friday, July
15, Dean James B. Edmondson of
the education school announced
yesterday.
"New Tasks in Education" will
provide the theme for the con-
ference, which will consist of lec-
tures and round table discussions.
* * *
SIXTY-FIVE publishers, the
largest group in the conference's'
history, will maintain exhibits of
textbooks during the week of the
conference. A special exhibit of
children's books will be offered by
the University Library Extension
Service.
Approximately 1,500 persons,
many coming from neighboring

states, are expected to attend
the conference, which charges
no admission for any of its pro-
grams.
University High School will be
the meeting place for the entire
conference, with both the pro-
grams and the exhibits presented
there.
* * *
THE OPENING session of the
conference Monday morning will
feature a dramatic presentation,
"The Voice of UNESCO," and will
tell the story of the various activ-
ities of the organization.
Students from Mexico, Japan,
Siam and Poland will take part
in an "international seminar," in
which their respective languages
will be used.

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DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 3)
E&R Guild: Tonight at the Guild
House, 438 Maynard at 7:00 there
will be a forum led by H. L. Pick-
erill, Director, on "An Ancient
Faith in a Modern World."
University Community Center,
1045 Midway Place, Willow Run
Village, Mich.:
Thurs., July 7, .8 p.m. Studio
Workshop Ceramics Group. 8 p.m.
Co-op Nursery Study Group: Mrs.
Sidney Cleveland; chairman.
The Cercle Francais will hold its
next meeting Thursday, July 7, at
8 p.m. in the Michigan League
(consult notice board for room).
Professor Paul M. Spurlin will
Closing for Summer
30 to 40%l discount
on all our
FINE.
OR IENTAL ,
R UGS -
Large assortment - scat-
ters, runners, mats - in
all sizes . Several 8x11,
9x12 consigned rugs will
be sold very reasonably
before shipping back.
N. L. MANGOUNI
334 S. 4th Ave.
Ph. 6878

talk about "Quelques balourdises
divertissantes."
Miss Joyce Lawrence will enter-
tain with piano selections.
Square Dancing Class, sponsored
by the Graduate Outing Club,
Thursday, July 7, at 8:00 p.m. in
the Women's Athletic Building.
There will be a small admission
fee. Everyone is invited.
Coming Events
American Veteran's Committee:
Meeting of local veterans' groups
to form a "Committee to Extend
52-20." Fri., 4 p.m., Michigan Un-
ion. All interested groups and in-
dividuals are invited.
Graduate Students: The Grad-
uate School Student Council in-
vites you to attend its second Mix-
er Dance of the Summer Session,
Friday evening, July 8, 8:30 to 12
in the Rackham Assembly Hall.
Dancing, bridge, refreshments. Ad-
mission 25c.
German Coffee Hour: Friday,
3:00-4:30 p.m. Russian Tea Room.
All interested students and fac-
ulty members are invited.
The second Fresh Air Camp
Clinic will be held at the main
lodge, Patterson Lake, Friday, July
8. Dr. Rabinavich, Director of the
children's division of N.P.I. will be
the psychiatrist. Any University
students interested in problems of
individual and group therapy are
invited to attend.
Classical Studies: The next reg-
ular coffee-hour will be held in
the Museum of Classical Archae-
ology; Newberry Hall, on Friday,
July 8, at 4:00 p.m., by invitation
of the Museum staff. All students
and staff members interested in
Classical Studies are cordially
invited.

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SALE
FOR

FOR SALE-Man's white formal coat,
white suit worn once. Call 9824. )57
ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITER -
Good condition. Call 6695 between
9-10 p.m. )58
FORD-1937 2-door $175.00 or any rea-
sonable offer. 1589 Springfield, Willow
Village. Ph. Ypsi 4276R13. )59
MOTOR SCOOTER-$75-Custom built.
good running condition. Phone 2-
6500, ask for Don. )55
1941 FORD SEDAN-New motor, radio,
heater. Highest bidder. Evenings 1683
Darien Ct., Willow Village. )51
GIRL'S blue Schwinn built thin tired
bike with metal basket. Good run-
ning condition. Call 2-3159. )53
1941 DODGE COUPE-Dependable, clean
inside and out, new tires, seat cover
andbattery .engine overhauled re-
cently, needs no repair. Ideal for
long summer trips. Can be seen at
international center or phone Somaya
7879. )60
BEST VACATION BUYS
U.S. Navy T-shirts 49c; all wool swim
trunks $1.94; Surplus sun glasses
$1.94; Short sleeved sport shirts $1.69;
Ventilated oxfords $3.66; Wash slacks
$2.99. Open 'til 6:30. Sam's Store, 12'-
E Washington. )63

FOR SALE
BIOLOGY TEACHERS! The micro-
scope you need. B&L 3-obj., medical,
mech. stage. New. Lowest price. 2-
4271. )47
HELP WANTED
MALE or FEMALE-College Grad orI
some college training. Retail salesV
and office work. Guaranteed salary
plus commissions. Permanent posi-
tion wit hfuture. 1319 So. Univ., Ph.
9533 afternoons. )50
BUSINESS
SERVICES
WE BIND THESES, term papers and
dissertations in a variety of styles and
colors.
OLSEN'S BINDERY
325 E. Hoover Phone 2-7976 )1
TYPEWRITING SERVICE-Student re-
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6197. )28
LAUNDRY - Washing and/or ironing.
Done in my own home. Free pick-up
and delivery. Phone 2-9020. )2
RESTRICTED TO ENROLLED students:
a special Student Rate on TIME-
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9.6c a copy instead of 20c. Subscribe
now through TIME's student repre-
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Phone 6007 to order. )49

ROOMS FOR RENT
STUDENT in public health has large
room to share-cooking, laundry and
entertaining privileges. Ph. 2-2826.
)52
ROOM AND BOARD
WANTED-8 more young men to eat
lunch and dinner at Fraternity House.
Call Mrs. Barrett, 4887. )56
FOR RENT
We have just the SINGLE ROOM for
You-Cool, 1 block south campus,
economical too! Phone 2-7133, or
1021 Hill St. )54
DOUBLE & SINGLE ROOMS-Married
couple or working man, close to cam-
pus and Union, reasonable rent,
shower, continuous hot water. Call
509 S. Division St., near Jefferson. )45
LOST
.nd
FOUND
LOST-Sun glasses July 5 Speech Clinic
or League. Ph. 2-6581, Rm. 1545. )6
$20.00 REWARD
for black Steamer Trunk lost on June
17. Yellow Cab baggage tag attached.
Ph. 4244. )62

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