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October 25, 1960 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Cuban Talk
Scheduled
For Union
Robert Taber, executive secre-
tary of the Fair Play for Cuba
Committee, will speak at 4 p.m..
today in the Michigan Union,
sponsored by the Democratic So-
cialist Club.
Taber, foreign news corres-
pondent for a national television
network, was in Cuba during the
revolution in 1957 and 1958 and
has just returned from a recent
visit to the island.
ADC Announces
Publicity Head
Marjorie Smith, '63E, has been
appointed public relations chair-
man of Assembly Association.
Miss Smith will be filling a
vacancy created in the Assembly
board this fall.

'U' Dentistry Sohool Offers
Diet for Control. of Cavities

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The dentistry school Is offer-
Bing a scientific four-week dietary
program that literally "starves to
death" bacteria which cause tooth
cavities.
The "Cavities Control Program"
which originated at the Univer-.
sity laboratories several years ago,
has since won the -support of the
Michigan Dental Association and
the state health department. It is
being offered statewide to aid vic-
tims of severe cavities.
Effective results are obtained
by withdrawing all those foods
that aid the growth of lactobacilli,
the main decay forming bacteria
in the mouth.
Nutritionist Mary Jane Hughey,
who Joned the dental school in
September, will conduct the con-
sultations service.

The program; is available only
as a "referral" service. The pa-
tient's regular dentist or physi-
cian must recommend him for the
diet before he can be accepted.
Noted Conmic
Comedian Mort Sahl and "The
Limelighters" will give a program
at -7:15 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. to-
morrow in Ann Arbor High School'.
Sahl offers commentary on the
social and political scene and
"The Limelighters," a folk song
trio, will sing traditional songs
with up-to-date lyrics.

'U' Sponsors
Discussion
On Far East
A public discussion on "Recent
Political Disturbances in Japan"
will be held at 8 p.m. today in
the East Conference Room, Rack-
ham.
Panel members will be Prof.
Robert E. Ward of the political
science department,, Prof. Robert
B. Hall, of the geography depart-
ment, and Prof. John W. Hall, di-
rector of the Center for Japanese
Studies. Both Prof. Robert iall
and Prof. John Hall have recently
returned from Japan.
The discussion is sponsored by
the University Center for Japa-
nese Studies.

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WORLD'S

DEAL NO 5-6290
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,TORMENT AND
GNUMsr~soo6 TEMPTATION
IN A SMALL
SOUTHERN
TOWN

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Ann Arbor High School - October 26, 1960
$ TOMORROW--Two Performances: 7:15 and 9:30 P.M.
$4.40 $3.75 $3.00 $2.20
SEND MAIL ORDERS TO: BETH ISRAEL CENTER
1429 Hill Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Tickets also on sale at: FOLLETT'S, Phone orders: NO 3-4129
Indicate performance preference.
Please include self-addressed stomped envelope.

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Don't Forget

HALLOWEEN CARDS
(nom Chester Roberts'
at two convenient locations:
312 South State 1203 South University

RAYMOND MARTHA JOAN "
BURR*KHYERBENNEII
FRIDAY
"SONG
WITHOUT
END"
Special Midnight Show
Next Saturday Night
"MIDNIGHT
LACE
Doris.Day - , Rex Harrison
ALL SEATS 90c

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