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__ THE MICHIGANDAILY TUESDA

M, DECEM

RNA TIONAL NEIGHBORS: Skolnik Cites
Aids Foreign Students o tesProgress
rr0Up :Ad.o ig tdnsOf Note-Taking Service

FOR TENNESSEE NEGROES:
Campus Groups To Hold Blood Drive
An emergency blood drive to
raise money for the allegedly- Ann Arbor Direct Action Commit- In addition, sharecroppers and
boycotted Negroes in Fayette tee. tenant farmers are apparently be-
County, Tenn. will be held from Students and townspeople are ing displaced from their land.
5 to 9 p.m. tomorrow and Thurs- being asked to donate a pint of The Blood for Fayette County
day in Lane Hall. blood which can then be sold to committee explains that, since
The drive is being sponsored by raise money for the relief of Fay-
the Student Government Council ette County. Over thirteen hun- persons under twenty-one year
Human Relations Board, the cam- dyed Negroes who registered and of age must have parental ap-
pus NAACP incooperation with the voted in the recent elections have proval to give blood, cash dona-
been refused service by the white tions are also welcomed. These
merchants and doctors in the re- should be sent to the student or-
gion reprts ay.ganizations office in the SAB.
Officers Set
For Drive Tomorrow at Hillel
University President Harlan
Hatcher announced t11e appoint- RAB-MO RS ADLER
ment of Alphonse H. Aymond Jr.,
Jackson power company executive, of Congregational Shacrey Zedek, Detroit
as chairman of the University's "THE OUTLOOK FOR THE FUTURE"
alumni fund for 1961.
Mrs. Stuart M. Weaver will serve Last lecture in the Wednesday Series
as vice-president of the fund next $ P.M. 1429 IiI Strqet
tyear.$P..12 HilSre
Vice-President W. K. Pierpont All Are Welcome
was re-elected treasurer.
Also named to toe executive
committee were John D. Hibbard
Sr. and Herbert P. Wagner Sr. DRAMATIC ARTS CENTER
lmfpresents Synge's
"RIDERS TO THE SEA"
DIAL NO 8-6416 . and other one-act plays
* ENDS TONIGHT *
F R N EFri. & Sat., Jan. 6, 7-8:30 P.M.
FER NAN DE L First Unitarian !Church
rfl Tickets on sale at Marshall's
T H E BIG CH IEF' Book Shop after Jan.2
_CURT JURGENS
Coming Feb. 24-25 and March 3-4
A Festival of
MUSICAL PREMIERES
GENEVIEVE PAGE works of young European and American composers
t WEDNESDAY * performed by outstanding artists
JULES VERNE'S at the Unitarian Church
BOLD ADVENTURE

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Dear Dr. Frood: What should I look for first when I
look for a wife?
Searching
DEAR SEARCHING: Her husband.
Dear Dr. Frood: Our son has been in college three
months, and we haven't heard a word from him.
Not even a post card. I don't want him to think I am

Dear Dr. Frood: Don't you agree that every college
man has the right, in fact, the duty, to stand up and
speak out for the things he believes in? Tomorrow
I am going straight to the college president and
tell him, politely but firmly, what is wrong here-
the inferior teaching, the second-rate accommoda-
tions, the bad food. My friends think I am wrong to
do this. What do you think?
D~etermined
DEAR DETERMINED: I applaud your spirit, young
man! Had I been able, I would have commended
you in a more personal letter. However, you forgot
to leave a forwarding address.
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too demanding or overprotective, but frankly I am
worried. What should I do?
Worried Mother
DEAR WORRIED: Why worry after only three months
in college? He's still learning how to write.

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Dear Dr. Frood: I am puzzled by the Lucky Strike
slogan: "Remember how great cigarettes used to
taste? Luckies still do." I've been sitting here for
hours, thinking, thinking, thinking, but for the life
of me I can't remember. What should I do about
this? Forgetful
DEAR FORGETFUL: I sug-
Dear Dr. Frood: I am six foot five, 225 pounds, gest you lean back, relax,
handsome, tanned, muscled, a good athlete. But I and light up a Lucky Strike. uc
can't get along with girls because I can never think l'n sure it will all come
of anything to say. What do you suggest? back to you-who you are,
Brawnywha vn wera. where nyou

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