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October 22, 1961 - Image 2

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1961

TODAY

Group Plans To Coordinate
Disarmament Efforts

cha l lenge
Presents
LEO GRULIOW
editor, CURRENT DIGEST OF THE
SOVIET PRESS

ed Nations. We ate not an oppo-
sition or protest group," he said.
The group has no optimism re-
garding Communist intentions. It
intends to speak from the position
of the large number of anti-Com-
munist Americans who are aware
of the need for a fundamental
change in American policy.
Fifty-seven organizations have
been invited to participate in the
movement of which twenty have
accepted. Among these who will
participate are various peace or-
ganizations, church groups, the
International Union of Electrical
Workers, the Brotherhood of
Sleeping Car Porters, the Ameri-
cans for Democratic Action, the
Farmers Union and the American
Veterans Committee.
f
McComb Leader
To Discuss South
Curtis Hayes, McComb, Miss.,
protest leader, will discuss the al-
leged denial of freedom to the
Southern Negro and his recent ar-
i rest and upcoming trial at 4:45
p.m. today at the Congregational
- Church. The program is sponsored
by Voice Political Party.
o COMING OCT. 271

I discussing
DECISION-MAKING IN THE
SOVIET UNION AND CHINA

2:30 P.M.

Multipurpose Rm.,

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S.G.C.
Cinema uiI4
SUNDAY at 2 and 7
A STAR IS BORN
with Judy Garland, James Mason,
Jack Carson
COLOR
ARCHITECTURE AUDITORIUM
50 cents

JOAN BAEZ
"An achingly pure soprano voice."
High Fidelity
"A major new folk singing talent."
Saturday Review
"I was enthralled y"
Nat Hentoff, The Reporter
"Sends one scurrying for superla-
tives." N. Y. Times
ANN ARBOR HIGH
Tickets $2.75-2.25-1.75
On Sale At
THE DISC SHOP
1210 Si University
HI FI & TV CENTER
304 S. Thayer

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Franz Kafka's

7~h E

TRIAL

opens Wednesday
8:00 P.M. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
with performances thru Saturday
GET UNIVERSITY PLAYERS PLAYBILL
SEASON SUBSCRIPTION TOMORROW
G. B. Shaw's
ARMS AND THE MAN
Wed.-Sat., November 8-11
Shakespeare's
HENRY IV, PART ONE
Wed.-Tues., December 6-12 (except Sun.)
Barton Wimble's
FACES OF MALTE
Wed.-Sat., January 10-13
Graham Greene's
THE LIVING ROOM
Wed.-Sat., March 21-24
With School of Music
AN OPERA to be announced
Thurs.-Tues., April 26-May 1 (except Sun.)

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