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I~i HEmicHtiGA I .,

Foreign Students' Advisors
SUPPoit Inteinlational Plan

A resolution supporting Presi-
dent Truman's recommendation
for continuing appropriations for
the state department's program of
International Information and
Cultural Affairs highlighted the
Conference of Advisors to Foreign
Students, according to Dr. Esson
M. Gale, one of. the seven Univer-
sity delegates who returned from
the conference yesterday.
Plans for the formation of a na-
tional association of foreign stu-
dents' advisors which would in-
clude all university officers facili-

atinig and servicing the exchange
If students were also formulated
it the conference.
Dr. Gale pointed out that large
lumbers of American students are
already listed a~s applicants for
)enef its under the Fulbright Act,
vhich will enable them to study
ibroad. The act provides that
proceeds of the sale of surplus
United States property in certain
,ountries may be devoted to the
education of American students
in foreign universities.

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ItI4COMMLNOD D
HIEOIIDINLS
Fromt our own best setter list. Some
outstanding recordings now In. stock.

Council Says
The mioving~ picture, "Song oft
the South," was condemned as ai
distortion and misrepresentation
of the life of the Negro in slavery
by the executive board of the Annl
Arbor Council of the NatioDLtl Ne-
gro Congress in a r )wioo
passed Wednesday.I
Four points were included in the
committee's resolution. The firstt
Dbjection was to the picture's dis-
tortion of the history of the Ne-
gro people and its "depiction of
slavery as an idyllic master-slave
relationship." The second point
of criticism was the omission of
the fact that the Negro struggled
desperately throughout slavery
against his oppression, even
though this resulted in the most
excruciating forms of torture."
The resolution also stated that
"the concepts fostered by these
myths perpetuate a justification,
in people's minds for keeping the
Negro from engaging in anything
but the most menial tasks." 'Tle
final objection was that "the comn-
mon stereotype-i.e., the care-free,
happy-go-lucky cotton pickers, the
meek Uncle Remus-is reflected in
the attitude of white employers.
who humiliate the Negro in" his
daily work."
IRA Will'Picket
'Sang of the South'
The Inter-Racial Association
will begin picketing "Song of the
South" at the State Theatre to-
day, according to Carroll Little,
president of the organization.
"The purpose of the picketing is
not to prevent people from seeing
the movie, but to urge people to
constantly maintain a conscious-
ness of its implications," Little1
said.

A d~i, ' iscolle.i..c c iu n
ryII-L 1 1. I - C'
by the Sve the Chl i1 Vt Fdera-
tioii, wich1 distributes 00lothing to
Child war Victims ill Europe.
Wearable tclothigisof attll types.
including children'~ and adult'
Fordkam University
SCHOOL OF LAW
NEW YORK
Three-Year Day Course
Four-Year Evening Course
CO-EDUCATIONAL
Member Assn. of American Law Schtools
Accredited College Degree Required
for Admission
Vet erans of World War ITI who hzave
completed two years of cotle~c e w)C
toward aced 0ited (degree a tay mnatiric.
elate witlhin one year of honorab le
" dischbarge.
P41111transcript of record requnired
in every ease.
FIRST YEAR CLASS BEGIINS
September 29, 1997
For ft rthtr informiat ion address
Registrar
Fordliami University School of Law
302 Broadway, New York 7, N. Y.

Clothing Drive To Start Monday

Ci til~~i~iu~i i~ ~ ~Orchestra
lidrour c ravagelevening$ leave -
Ilrt l~lti[;115i, lt i 'rt idil Kweep Buying Bonds!I

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S'rONE FLOWIER-Vladimir Druzhnikov decides to carve a stone
flower as beautiful as the one Elena Derevschikova has brought
hit in. "Stone Flower," new Russian color film with English titles
which wvill continue at 8:30 pm. today and tomorrow at the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre. Tickets may be purchased from 2 to 8::34)
part. today and tomorrow it the theatre box office.

BRAHMS: Violin Concerto
Hei fetz with Roston Syminphony
DM 581 .....................
CHOPI N: Second Piano Concerto
Rubinstein with NBC Orchestra
DM 1012 ............
HINDEMITH: Six Chansons
Robert Shaw.. Chorale
Vic. 11-8868....... .....'..... .
RACHMANINOFF: Second Piano
Rubinste'in wit h NBC Syminphony
DM 1075.....................
STRAUSS: Rosenkavalier Suite
Cincinnati Orchestra un/er Goosens
DM 997 .....................
STRAUSS: Till Eulenspiegel
Boston Symnphony under Kou.'sevlit-k-y
DM 1029 ... . .. .
WAGNER: Tristan and Isolde
Prelude, Liebesnacht, Liebestod
Philadelpjhia Orchestra uinder Stokows~
DM 508......................

Camupus Highliilhts

$6.13

an opn hose fom 8pm.t

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$5.08

$1.05
Concerto
$6.13
$4.03
$2.98
ki $6.13

Films On Britain..
Two short films depicting the
post-war problems of Great Brit-
ain will be shown at 7:30 p.m. to-
day in the International Center.
"Great Brtain and Her Empire"
and "Palestine" are the titles of
the films, which will last approxi-
mately 20 minutes each. A discus-
sion of Zionism will follow the
movies.
Newman Club Party. .
The Newman Club will hold

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LATEST SELECTION

of

Many desirable albums and sin gle records which have
recently been unavailable are again in stock.. We
cordially invite you to come in and browse.
Operated by Musicians for Music-Lovers
205 East Liberty Street Phone 2-06'

575

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Fred Waring & his Pennsylvanians --LISTENING TIME
Artie Shaw playing --- COLE PORTER
The Almanac Singers -TALKING UNION
AERO RADIO& RECORD SHOP

midnight today in the club
rooms of St. Mary's Chapel.
There will be ref resrhmernts
and dancing.
Lutheran Banquet .
Prof. Frank B. Miller of Albion
College will speak at the annual
spring banquet of Gamma Delta,
Lutheran student club, to be held
at 6:15 p.m. today in the Ander-
son Room of the Union.
Rev. Alfred Scheips will present
awards to graduating members of
the club at the dinner.
Redmnan to Speak .
The Rev. Edward H. Redman
of the Unitarian Church will
speak .on the subject "Up from
Slavery" at the Fireside Discus-
sion to be held following services
at 7:45 p.m. today in the Hillel
Chapel.
In his talk, he will review
"Freedom Road" by Howard
Fast 'and "Once a Slave" by
Shirley Graham.
An informal social hour will
folwthe talk.
SLID To 1101d Paily ..
A "week-end coming-out party"
celebrating the reactivation on
campus of the Student League for
Industrial Democracy will be
highlighted by a "potato-pancake
party" at 8 p.m. tomorrow at 713
S. Division St., and a lecture and
discussion meeting at 3 p.m. Sun-
day in the Union.
Aaron Levenstein, noted econo-
mist, will speak at the Sunday'
meeting on the topic "Labor Looks
to the Future."
Founta in. .
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Deep Waters" is a part of my own
childhood . .. when my father (on
Sunday mornings) went out swim-
mining with us boys before break-
fast. We climbed upon him, and
he tooted just like a big Triton."
By that time Miss Collins had a
good idea of what the fountain
looked like. She only hoped her
sorority sisters didn't know, for
she had decided upon a mild coin-
promise.
Last night she wore a green
sweater, a wreath of some kind and
a fancy green crepe-paper tail.

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College Men and Women
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STUDENTS AND GRADUATES
A thorough, intensive course--starting
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Regular Day and Evening Schools
T hroughout the Year. Catalog
4 Preqident, Johin IRobert (i k;,S'C ).
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We were fortunate in obtaining a limited. quantity of these fine
Elgin Watches, precision-built to Army Air Corps Standards ...
now offered at this amazingly low price. This fine watch re-
cords minutes, seconds and tenths of seconds. Starts, stops and
resets through the stem of the watch. Be sure to get yours
while the supply fasts.
Convenient Terms Arranged

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They Cost The
Government Many Times
This Low Price

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TAXI
Planning a trip?
Don't make a slip.
Save yourself a consider-
able sum,
Five can ride as cheaply
as one.
Phone 25-666
(No Local Calls)
BUUNt.
UIk1%SUBURBAN CAB CO.

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Phione 4 997

I MORAYS JEWELRY
1 Main and Huron

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Women 's and
children's wear
nianufaccturing...
AN ILLUSTRATION OF
INDUSTRIAL MATURITY

at the

tza aDutlon ~
'Roundth le Corner on State

Special Student Breakfasts
7:00 - 11:00 A.M.
TODAY'S LUNCHEON SPECIALS

gives you 1
cf ' W

Tuna Fish Salad Special.
Sauer Kraut and Spare Ribs .

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D~tVALGRILL
328 East Liberty Street

rainwear

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For 14 years there has been no major strike
in. the women's and children's apparel indus-
tries . .. and only one in the past 21 years.;
In the first post-war year, while American
industry in general was losing 120 million
man-days of work as a result of labor-capital
disputes, the women's wear trades were again
setting an inspiring example of continuity Of
operationf-
The history of employer-worker relationship'
in these industries is a story of consistent prog-
ress. The freedom from strife affords them
the necessary opportunity for concentrating
their attention and effort upon product
improvement-enhanced beauty of~ design'
and perfected skill of craftsmanship:
This attainment of industrial maturity places
the women's and children's wear industry in
the vanguard of American progress.

STORE- IDE REDUCTIONS
In line with the President's appeal to bring prices down continues

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Reduction on our entire high
grade stocks of men's snits
topcoats -- overcoats - hats
and all furnishings.

Softer! Fuller! A wonderful new r
linel A fly-front rain (or shine) coat
by Sherbrooke. .. prettily shirredY
at pockets, sleeves and waistband. ,j~
To keep you dry, snug collarf
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and cuffs! Of Crave nette-treated{:}
Dovcelle* rayon fabric, by Celanese*f
Aqua, silver gray, sable brown,.
forest green, red, pistachio, naturalt
and black. "f
':re..t.. to 12n. ..... ,

We shall continue to maintain these reductions as long as possible, giving, the stu-
dents of Michigan the opportunity to save in this great appeal to bring prices down.

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