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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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LAW BOOKS
You will find our store speci-
ally equipped to supply you

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case books and

Supplies. Our LAW section is
staffed by law students to as-
sist you on your requirements.
OVERBECK BOOKSTORE
THE LAW BOOK STORE

AERIAL VIEW OF ANN ARBOR, LOOKING NORTH. THE LARGE GROUP IN THE FOREGROUND IS THE LAW QUADRANGLE. THE WEST QUADRANGLE AND
UNION ARE TO THE LEFT, WHILE THE HOSPITAL IS TO THE REAR. BEHIND THE HOSPITAL WILL RISE THE PROJECTED NORTH CAMPUS.

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'M' Flash Card Section Ready

Chester Bowles To Open'
1953-4 Lecture Series

In its second year of activity,4
Block "M", the Wolverine Clubt
flash card section, will display itsl
wares at the first football game
of the season, which will be played
in The Michigan stadium against
the University of Washington.

Auditorium for all students who
have signed up for Block "M", at
which identifying buttons will be
distributed. Students will show
these when they pick up their
football tickets in order to be seat-
ed in the section.
Block "M" members will be ask-

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Chester Bowles, former ambas-
sador to India, will open the 1953-
54 Lecture Course at the Univer-
sity's Hill Auditorium.
The Bowvles lectuire is set for

The group, which last year ed to pay a fee of 25 cents to help October 15 and will be entitled
lashed such messages as "HEL- cover some of its costs according "Our Best Hope for Peace in Asia."
LO," "VOTE," and "TD" super- to Stanley Bohrer, Chairman of Six other outstanding lecturers
imposed on a maple leaf across the Block "M" committee, have also been scheduled for the
the football field, plans to throw In addition to direct participa- series.
remaining seats in its 35 yard line tion in the section there will also
section open to freshmen for the be an opportunity for interested "JOHN Brown's Body," a color-
coming semester, students to serve as ushers. Any- version of the new platform thea-
A mass meeting will be held the one interested should contact Dor- ter, is scheduled for October 30.
first week of the semester in Hill othy Fink. Starring Tyrone Power, Anne Bax-

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ter, and Raymond Massey, the
show is an adaptation of Stephen
Vincent Benet's epic poem of the
civil war. The play is directed by,
Charles Laughtonsand includes a
chorus of 20 voices.
On November 11, first Secre-
tary-General of the United Na-
tions, Trygve Lie will lecture on
"How To Meet the Challenge of
Our Times." Hanson Baldwin,
military editor of the New York
Times will appear on February
9, to speak on "Where Do We
IGo From Here?"
Mrs. Alan Kirk, wife of Admiral
Kirk and author of "Postmark:
Moscow" will take the stage on
February 18 to discuss "Life in
Moscow Today."
THE MARCH 2 event will bring
Attorney-General Herbert Brow-
nell, Jr., who will speak on our
current internal security problems.
Closing out the series on
March 24 will be Agnes Moore-
head and Robert Gist in dramat-
ic scenes from great plays. Miss
Moorehead will do her famous
solo of "Sorry, Wrong Number"
and a scene as Deborah from the
Bible.
With Gist, a young screen and
TV star, she will de scenes from
Congreve, Shakespeare, de Mau
Congreve, Shakespeare, de Mau-
passant and Damon Runyon.
Season tickets will be placed on
sale in Hill Auditorium box office
September 14 with mail orders
being received now.
Students are granted a special
season rate fo-r the complete
course. The second balcony is re-
served for them at a cost of $3.00.
Mail orders may be sent to Lecture
Course Office, Hill Auditorium.

Scholarships
Handled by 'U'
Students who are underwriting
their own educations are often
given financial assistance by one of
the numerous University scholar-
ships and fellowships awarded each
year.
Ninety-three of the scholarships
are given throughout the Uni-
versity in general.

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