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FOUR

THE MICHIGAN" DAILY

FRIDAY, YMY 29, 1955 -

FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY. 'UJLY 2~. 195S

REPORTS IN JOURNAL:
Pregnancy Poisoning Test
Developed by_'U' Doctor

A University doctor has develop-
ed a test that may show in advance
which pregnant women are most
susceptible to pregnancy poisoning.
Dr. Tommy N. Evans of the
University Women's Hospital re-
ports in the current issue of the
American Journal of Obstetrics
and Gynecology on a test that
measures the ability of the kidneys
to act as filtering agents.
Often in cases of toxic pregnan-
cies, the filtering mechanism
breaks down. Sometimes it fails
completely.
Because the hourly urine test
is subject to gross errors as a sole
means of detecting a toxic preg-
nancy, Dr. Evans added blood
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
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Hall. Works by Bach, Beethoven,
Brahms, 'and Beryl Rubinstein. Open
to the public.
Events Today
The Happy Time, Samuel Taylor's
Comedy, will be presented by the De-
partment of Speech tonight at 8:00
p.m. in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Tickets are available at the theatre
box office from 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
$1.50-$1.10-75c.
Lutheran Student Association Steak
Fry Fri., July 29 at Silver Lake. Meet
at the Student Center corner of Hill
St. and S. Forest Ave. at 5:00 p.m.
Call NO 20401 for reservations.
The Department of Journalism and
the Graduate School will show the
Edward R. Murrow film, A Conversation
with Oppenheimer, 'Fri., July 29, at 7:30
p.m. and 9:00 p.m. in Rackham Amphi-
theatre,
The Grand Cotton Formal will be held
Fri., July 29, 8:00-12:00 m., on the
Terrace of the Rackham Building,
third floor. Dance music, side shows,
free refreshments. Tickets at $1.00 per
couple may be obtained at the Inter-
national Center. Sponsored by the In-
ternational Students' Association. All
U. S. and toreign students welcome.
Fresh Air Camp clinic at the Main
Lodge of the Camp on Patterson Lake,
Fri., July 29, 8:00 p.m. Students with
a professional interest are welcome. Dr.
Ralph Rabinovitch will be the psychia-
tric discussant.
Friday Evening Services at the Hillel
Foundation, 1429 Hill St., July 29, at
7:45 p.m.
Coming Events
Michigan. Christian Fellowship. Sun.,
July 31, Lane Hall 4:00 p.m. Lecture -
"Apologetics and the Christian Wit-
ness," the Rev. Morton Smith, V3tofessor
of Bible at Belhaven College, Mississippi.
Graduate Outing Club meets every
Sun, at 2:00 p.m. at the North entrance
to Rackham. Wear old clothes, bring
a bathing suit.

studies. What the doctor looked for
both in the urine and the blood
was creatinine, a chemical which
plays a role in muscle contraction
and metabolism.
Although not new itself, it is
believed that this is the first time
the creatinine test has been ap-
plied to toxic pregnancies.
Dr. Evans, using both normal
and toxic pregnant women as his
subjects, found that the two groups
of expectant women differed sub-
stantially in amounts of creatinine
excreted.
He also found that the differ-
ences paralleled the severity or
extent of poisoning during preg-
nancy.
According to Dr. Evans, the test
may have special value for preg-
nant women who suffer from dia-
betes, high blood pressure, or kid-
ney ailments. They are especially
susceptible to pregnancy poison-
ing. Applied to this group, the
test may reveal sufficient evidence
of poison and thereby help /the
physician decide whether to inter-
rupt the pregnancy.

Race Now
Detectable
Chemically
'acial differences can be de-
tected chemically. Two University
scientists at the Institute of Hu-
man Biology have discovered sub-
stantial chemical differences be-
tween the Chinese and the Euro-
pean. The chemical difference has
been detected in urine samples
studied by the two investigators.
Classified according to racial
type, according to a report by H.
Eldon Sutton and Philip J. Clark,
the Chinese differ in a "highly
significant" manner chemically
from Caucasians. The key to the
classification is the amino acid, a
complicated chemical which con-
tributes to the production of body
proteins.
The authors of the report ex-
plain that although eating and
environment play substantial roles
in, the production of amino acids,
some bio-chemical differences are
basically hereditary. But science,
long puzzled over the influence of
genetics, has not had an easy time
because the line between environ-
ment and heredity is a thin one.

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Marshall Tests Handbill Rule

A B L 0 0 M I N G B U S I N E S S - Holland children thread strings of daffodils which
their parents sell to spring tourists. On their heads are finished wreaths ready for market.

Ann Arbor's ordinance against
littering streets with handbills is
apparently undergoingan acid test
during the current Bargain Days.
When Police ordered Robert
Marshall to desist in distributing
leaflets advertising his bookstore
because it violated the ordinance,
Marshall refused.
Faced with arrest, Marshall said
he would pick up any leaflets
dropped on the city streets, the
department reported. Officers said
such permission was impossible.
However, Assistant City Attorney
Jacob Fahrner, Jr., told police a
warrant was not appropriate in

this case as "only a few" of the
leaflets appeared to be littering the
streets after distribution to shop-
pers.
Police have interpreted the ordi-
nance as specifically forbidding the
circulation of handbills.
The ordinance reads, "No person
shall scatter, place or throw any
bills, leaflets, pamphlets or other
advertising matter on the surface
of any of the public streets, alleys,
or on public grounds of the city,
nor in the yard of private resi-
dents, nor in parked vehicles, nor
cause the same to be done by
another."

G I F T F O R U U E S T .- Premier Nu, in native Burma
dress, receives baseball bat from manager Casey Stengel between
games of a double header at New York's Yankee Stadium,

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for college

women

WITH
MAJORS
IN

Psychology
Mathematics
Economics
Marketing
Statistics
Engineering

o V E R H E A D t. F Q ® T B A L L -- Manchester's Don Revie heads the ball which Newcastle's
goalkeeper Ronnie Simpson, right, leaves his feet to try to bat down, during English soccer cull
play at London's Wembley Stadium. Newcastle won, 3-1, for its third title in five years.

DOUBLE ON-C L A R IN E T- Benny Goodman, left,
gives TV star Steve Allen, his look-alike, pointers for a Holly.
wood film biography in which Steve wily portray Benny.

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American Hairstyles
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Near Michigan Theatre

If you have majored in any of these specialized
fields, we would like to talk with you about your
career opportunities in the telephone business.
Michigan Bell's management training pro-
gram offers challenging and rewarding careers
to college women who can qualify.
For more details, see our representatives
on campus...
"Bureau of Appointments,
3528 Administration Building,
Thursday, August 4."
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broidered. NYLON. TAFFETA.
Subtly reinforced under-bust sec-
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May be worn as a strapless, as a
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JULY SALE!

Y O U N G E S T F A N .- Mi-s. Beverly Baker Fleitz of
Santa Monica, Cali, who lost to Louise Brough in the tennis final
at WimblednZ, ug., is shown with her daughter. Kimberlee, two.

L 0 N D 0 N T O W N - This picture, taken from London's famous Big Ben clock tower,
shows roof of the House of Commons, Victoria Tower and Thames River with Lambeth Bridge, left.

Main Shop
on Forest
off South U.

Sport Shop.
on South U.
Between
Church Road
and South U.

WITH EXTRA SPECIALS
LEFT FROM BARGAIN DAYS
MANY ITEMS GOOD FOR
FALL AND WINTER WEAR

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