THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1953
Brown To Speak Today
In Journalism Series
CONSULTATION-Mother and doctor discuss the condition of a youthful patient in the pediatrics
clinic of the newly-opened Outpatient Clinic.
Speaking on "The Right to Be
Wrong," °Sevellon Brown will de-
liver the fourth speech in the
1952-53 series of University Lec-
tures in Journalism at 3 p.m.
today in Rackham Amphitheater.
Brown is a member of the Pul-
itzer Prize Board advisory coun-
cil, and editor and publisher of the
Providence, R. I., Journal and
HIS SPEECH will deal with the
right of a newspaper to support
an unpopular opinion, in the face
of majority opposition.
A former director of the Amer-
ican Society of Newspaper Edi-
tors and ex-chairman of the
Managing Editors Association of
the Associated Press, Brown was
a delegate to the United Nations
Conference on Freedom of In-
formation, held in 1948 in Ge-
He was one of the founders of
the American Press Institute of
Columbia University, and served
as chairm'an of the advisory board.4
Brown has also worked with the
Washington bureaus of the United
Press, the New York Morning Sun
and the New York Herald.
He later served as chief of the
Division of Foreign Intelligence of
the Department of State.
Following Brown's speech, an
informal coffee hour will be held
in Rm. 1443, Mason Hall.
Both events are open to the
Gabra Will Speak
On Ancient Greece
Prof. Sami Gabra of Cairo Uni-
versity will speak on life in Her-
moupolis West, an ancient Greek
city near Cairo, at 4:15 p.m. today
in Rackham Amphitheater.
Prof. Gabra, director of the In-
stitute of Archaeology in Cairo,
Egypt; conducted excavations of
the ancient city from 1931 to 1951.
He is now a visiting professor at
the Oriental Institute of the Uni-
versity of Chicago.
The subject of his address will
be "Aspects of Art and Thought
at Hermoupolis West."
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'Come of Ag~e'
What happens when seven-
teenth century poet Thomas Chat-
terton makes a bargain with death
to return to life in the twentieth
century is the subject of the Arts
Theater's last offering of the cur-
"Come of Age," a serious drama
by Clements Dane with an orig-
inal musical setting by music stu-
dent Alexander Smith, opens its
two-week run at 8:30 p.m. Friday
at the Arts Theater, 209% E.
Clements Dane is the pen-name
of Winifred Ashton. "Come of
Age," first produced on Broad-
way in 1936, was revised for a
short time last year by Judith
The play, which uses modern
colloquial English in blank verse,
will star Richard Davalos. and
In the modern-dress drama, the
seventeen - year - old Chatterton
agrees to end his life if he is
allowed to return to earth three
centuries later. Coming back to
earth in 1936, he falls in love and
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