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,1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

uation May Culminate in

'Limited War'

From 1957, when the Laotian
government reached a compromise
with the Pathet Lao, until a few
weeks ago Laos lived in peace
while plans were made to integrate
the Pathet Lao army into the na-
tional forces.
When integration plans fell
through, northern hill tribesmen,
supporters of Pathet Lao, rose in
revolt with, said the Laotian gov-
ernment, the support and en-
couragement of North Viet Nam.

At the height of the revolt. the
United States, which last year
contributed $22,900,000 in military
aid to Laos, announced plans to
send about 100 military men to
Laos to assist the French mission.
At last reports, most of the
Communist forces had withdrawn
from Laos, leaving behind an
estimated 1,200 guerillas possibly
to lay the groundwork for a new
uprising when the dry season
starts in October.
Aware of this, the bulk of Laos'

25,000-man army has been shifted
to the northern provinces. Most
are at the main army base of
Xiengkhouang and the outpost
headquarters of San Neua.
What happens if the fighting
resumes in October?
If North Viet Nam openly sup-
ports the rebels with troops, it is
likely that Laos will appeal to the
United Nations for aid and another
Korea, complete with Red Chinese
intervention, could result.

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ANNUAL PRODUCTION:
Sophs Name Final Show Cast
For 'One Touch of Venus'

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group of blouses
skirts, slacks
pedal pushers
at 1-1 1S. Univ.
Campus Toggery

Jewelry
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group of remaining
summer skirts
jackets, slacks
odds and ends
at 1111 S. Univ.
Campus Toggery
CAMPUS
TOGGERY
111IS. University
1 1z blocks from
main'shop.

The final parts for Soph Show
were announced. last night by
Roger Pascal, '62.
The first rehearsal of "One
Touch of Venus" will be at 7:30
tomorrow in the League Ballroom,
he added.
The'cast of sophomores includes
Sue Breckenridge, Venus; Elliot
Pearlman, Savory; Ralph Rybak,
Rodney; Joni Prooslin, Molly and
Linda Rocker, Gloria.
Others will be Gary Shapira,
taxi; Nanci Shulson, Mrs. Kram-
-er; Richard Rosenthal, Sam; Ira
Briskmar truckman; Beth Perry,
matron; Brian Forsyth, truck-
man; Beth Dillman, Mrs. Moats;
Penny Cie, Rose and Stan Bard-
well, truckman.
Actors in the show will include
Howard Blechman,'Stanley; Ozzie
Jacobson,. bus starter; Bud Her-
zog, lieutenant; Nick Sack, Zuuet-
li and Harold Diamond, Dr. Rock.
The dancers will be Louise Ab-
bell, Barbara. Blacker, Jeanne
Dierknig, Judy Francis, Margaret
Green, Carol Harris, Lynne Jill-
son, Julie Kempf, Julie Koerner,
Allison Lewis, Patricia Michel-

more, Bea Nemhala, Phyllis Plot-
kin, Mary esmick, Marni Wang,
Elaine Youkilis, Lawrence Bold,
Richard Tain, Thomas Griffiths,
Jules Issacson, Osman Jacobson,
Steven Kleiner, Peter McLean and
Richard Orenstein,
The chorus of Soph Show will
include Sam Bernstein, Bonnie.
Boehnke, Larry Bold, Bob Giles,
Joan Haskel, Richard Helzberg,
Susan Heyman, Paul Lurie, Jade
Miller, Barbara Morris, Gretchen.
Nyboer, Jane Pohorence, Bradley
Schwartz, Sharon Sinoltz, Marie
Stern, Linda Tann and Jo Wor-
shel. Alternates are Jan Hunter,
Betty Nichols, Maudette Shapiro
and Edna Weiner.

Prof. Haber
To Lead Talks
On Economics
"Social Security and Its Rela-
tion to a Free Economy" will be
the topic of the Reading and Dis-
cussion seminar to be held today.
The seminar, led by Prof. Wil-
liam Haber of the economics' de-
partment will be held at 4:30 p.m.
in the Undergrad Library Honors
Study Lounge. The primary book
for this seminar Is "The Affluent
Society" by John Galbraith.
Tomorrow the seminar will be
"Journalism: Its Social Relation-
ship." The seminar will take place
at 7:30 p.m. in the UGLI Honors
Lounge.
At the seminar held yesterday
on "Dr. Zhivago," over 100 stu-
dents heard a 40-minute lecture
by Prof. Marvin Felheim.

530 S. Forest
off S. Univ.
Corner opposite
Campus Theatre

CARDS OF ADMISSION
IFREE OF CHARGE TO ALL

U.

of M.

STUDENTS

KDL KROSSWORD

No. 2

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ACROSS
1. Occult
theosophy
T. Beer Barrel,
Pennsylvania,
etc.
18. One of the
Frankies
14. Famous Fifth,
not drinkable
15. This is choice
16. Take umbrage
at
17. October;
activity of
small fry
19. Nixes
20. What you must
do to get
in 26 Acros
22. A Kool, in
short
28. Birdland sound
25. Scoreless tie.
26. No ear for a
drag race
27. Oral ends
of Kooks
$8. When you need
a real change-
trya
80. Beginning of
solar system
84. What Koola
have
$8. It's just south
of the border,
89. "The Naked and
the Dead"'
author,
40.Kind of pitch
in the ball p'ark
41. Aver
42. Stee of a
famousparting
48. Promontories

DOWN
1. Do it with
aspersions or
fly rods
2. Allege
8. Island famed
for native girls
4. Unbottled
Guinness
$. Fore, pad or
hammer -
6. A Marked man
'. More than
two couples
8. Dance too
enthusiastically?
9. - majest
10. Baker or
masseur
11. Maine
and Charlef.
12. Shampoo
follower
18. Time of the 20's
21. Sammer in Paris
22. Where Kool
tips grow?
24. Kind of sails
at Christmas-
time
26. Minx from
England
27. Me,-
29. Scariett gal
$1. More eyes
than nays
82. Bound to
allegiance
88. Sheridan's Bob
34. He has lawn
parties
86. Girl situated
in Oklahoma
86. Head shakes
87. Favorite pursuit
of the female
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