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November 25, 1958 - Image 3

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THE MICIGAN DAILY PG

World's

Fair at Union Brings Brussels to Ann Arbor

THE SPHINX
... at the UAR exhibit

TYPEWRITERS

RENTED
SOLD
BOUGHT
REPAIRED

Student Supplies
doubtful shopper seems unable M O RRILI 'S
useful objet d'art from the
ppers crowded the exhibits on 314 S. State St. Ph. 3-2481
Union Saturday. fountain pens repaired
TAKE the nip out
of winter ...
zip into
ZERO
BOOTS

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EAST IS EAST -. The twain met at the World's Fair, where
students from the East, such as this Japanese dancer (left),
performed on the same program with students from the Ukraine. SETTING UP-The Union was exceptionally busy on Friday and
The West was represented in the exhibits by such countries as Saturday as the many nationality clubs connected with the World's
Greece (right), wheh displayed some of its traditional art. The Fair erected their displays. This woman, an Indonesian student, is
African students on campus presented these intriguing native administering a last-minute check to the objects in the exhibit.
masks (below).

Fur

$1095

SIZES 4 to 13, N or M.

They're BOOT AND SHOE IN ONE!
* SHEARLON COLLAR FLIPS up or down, is moth and
mildew- proofIt
" INNERLINING of shearlon throughout-thick and
cozy warm!
* FOAM CREPE SOLE - LIGHTWEIGHT!
" SUEDE FRONTPIECE matches the soft smooth leather
in BLACK, GREY.
Iian /a [A
306 S. State Open Mon. and Fri Nites

CAMPUS OPTICIANS

ONE LUMP OR TWO?-This elaborately engraved coffee-serving
set was part of the many oriental objects on display at the exhibit
of the United Arab Republic. The coffee "cups" are porcelain
bowls set in the engraved brass holders. This type of "coffee pot"
is used to serve the heavy, sweet Turkish-type coffee.

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