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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1952

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eign students, American students are,
-<:"very welcome. Refreshments.
Student Players. There will be a full
cast rehearsal of Brigadoon 2 p.m.
League. All cast members should ar-
rive promptly at 2.
Michigan Christian Fellowship. Dr.
:r.::;....Merrill C. Tenney, Dean of Graduate
$e;aDivision,Wheaton College, will speak
on dFidChrist Die in Vain"Lat 4 p.m.
ithe Fireside Room at Lane Hall.
{" Everyone welcome.
Coming Events
<' "The Shadow and The Rock" an orig-
:nal playby James Murdock '50 will
be presented by the Department of
.peech Thursday through Saturday eve-
<.;; ' ,,.,n.ings at 8 p.m. Lydia Mendelssohn

Theatre. Tickets go on sale tomorrow at meyer, an authority on the Communist
10 a.m., Mendelssohn box office. Stu- strategy and Soviet System, will lecture
dents will be given a special rate on on "The Present Crisis and Its Solu-
tickets for the Thursday performance. tion" in the Social Hall of the Metho-
dist Church on Mon., Oct. 27. The pro-
La P'tite Causette will meet from 3:30 gram will begin with a brief social pe-
to 5 p.m. tomorrow in the North Cafe- riod at 5:30. Dinner at 6 will precede the
teria of the Michigan Union. lecture. Call'2881 for reservations.
The Ann Arbor Girls Club will meet U fM il lbwl etTe.
for an important election of officers at R. 28, at 7:15m .t C wthmeet Tues.C
7:30 p.m., Mon., Oct. 27, in the Michigan Rife Range.
League. Members may also sign up for
activities. Refreshments will be served.
All Ann Arbor girls who are University Civil Liberties Committee will meet
undergraduates are welcome to come Tues., Oct. 28, 7:30 p.m., Union. In-
and participate in club activities. portant issues to be discussed. All in-

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again this Sundaye. .
HILLEL SUPPER CLUB
6-7 P.
Featuring
Corned Beef Sandwiches
50c. ...... . members
65c. ...... .non-members
Followed by a reception for Israeli students
1429 HILL STREET

Young Republicans. General meet-
ing Tues., Oct. 28, 8 p.m., Room 3-A,
Michigan Union.
Gilbert and Sullivan Society. Rehears-
al, 7:15 p.m., Mon., Oct. 27. Principals-
Union. Chorus-League.
Hillel Drama Group, Tryouts and cast-
ing for first production Tues., .7 p.m.,
Hillel Building. Anyone who is inter-
ested may attend.
Fortnite Skits Chairmen. Meeting,
Tues., Oct. 28, 4:30 p.m., League. Be
sure that a representative from your
house is present.
Interguild Assembly. Dr. Karlis Leyas-

terested students invited.
Discussion on "Pacifism and the C. 0.
Position" in the Wesleyan Lounge of
the 1st Methodist Church, Tues., Oct.
28, 7 p.m. A. Watson, Midwest Secre-
tary of the Fellowship of Reconcilia-
tion, will lead the discussion, which is
sponsored by the Young Friends (Quak-
ers) Fellowship and the local 'chapter
of the Fellowship of Reconciliation.

-Daily-Ken Tootell
ROGE1R ZATKOFF CHASES GOPHER QUARTERBACK, DON SWANSON
CAM\PUS CAILIENDAR
Events Today FIRESIDE FORUM - George 4 p.m. in the School of Public
LUTHRANSERICES-- ev.Sallade, Ann Arbor chairman of Health Auditorium.
LUTHERAN SERVICES - Rev. Citizens for Eisenhower, will speak * * *
Henry Yoder, student minister of to the Fireside Forum of the First ANTHOPOLOGY LECTURE -
the Lutheran Center, will speak on Methodist Church, 7:15 p.m. The anthropology department and
"Reformation as Restoration" * * *
10:30 a.m. at the first worship ser- Women's Research Club are spon-
vices of the new student center of Events Tomorrow soring a lecture by Prof. Cora Du-
the Stational Lutheran Council bois of the Institute of Interna-
tHel atiFonaleutheaHEALTH TALK-Dr. Carey P. tional Education on "Various Con-
d r . * McCord, consultant in the Insti- cepts of Culture and Their Bearing
TV HOUR-X-rays, their pro- tute of Industrial Health, will lec- on Problem Solving" at 8:15 p.m.
duction and use, will be visually ture on "Health of the Worker," in the Rackham Amphitheatre.
demonstrated by Prof. Ernest F.-
Barker, chairman of the physics
department, on the University
Television Hour, 1 p.m. on WWJ- .
TV. O ~
* s * 0
JOURNALISM LECTURE-Prof.C
Wesley H. Maurer, chairman of
the journalism department, will
speak on "Democracy and the Am- L r -
erican Press" at 7:30 p.m. in theo
International Center.
JAPANESE TEA-The Japan- FRENCH METALLIC
ese Festival will end with two
tea ceremonies presented by Ja- EVENING SANDALS
panese students at 3 and 4:30 E
p.m. in the West Gallery of
Alumni Memorial Hall.
OPEN HOUSE-An open house
sponsored by the Exchange Club GOLD MESH & KID
of Ann Arbor and the Internation-
al Students Association will be SILVER MESH &rKID
held from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Ma-
Melon Pound House, 1024 Hill St.
* * *
CONGREGATIONAL MEET-
ING.- Rev. Parker Rose"an,
former executive secretary of l
the United Student Christian
Council, will address the Con-
gregational Disciples Guild, 7 MEDIUM & HIGH
p.m. in the Congregational H EELS
Church.
The
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Bridge Sets . . formerly priced from
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Dinner Sets (63x1 04) 12 napkins, solid colors,
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Luncheon Placemats (8'and 9 pieces) .,.
were $6.75 to $13.50, Now... ......$4 to $7.50
Printed Cloths (all sizes) reduced 10% to 50%:.
Both Towels ... large assortment of colors in
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