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THE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y'

TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1954

TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1954

Middle East Crisis Has Religious Basis Young

Says

By HARRY STRAUSS '
"The underlying crisis of the
Middle East has its foundation in
a different corporate cultural soul
than that of the Western world,"
sans Prof. T. Cuyler Young, teach-
er of Persian language and history
at Princeton, "and this leaves the
area searching for a zone of neu-
trality."
Speaking yesterday on "The Cri-
sis in the Middle East," at a lec-
ture sponsored by the Near East-
ern Studies Department, Prof.
Young said that the overt crises

of, recent years as the Iranian oil
nationalization, the Syrian coups,
the Egyptian revolt, and the Isra-
el-Jordan relations, are out-
growths of this philosophical
quandary.
** *
DIVIDING his view of the Mid-
dle East's crisis, into categories,
Prof. Young noted that most of the
economic nioves of these coun-
tries are more "symptomatic than
axiomatic," being closer to a po-
litical tie than an economic one.
"Impatient East . .. reluctant

to wait," seems to be the appar-
ent dilemma, he continued; and
"political and ' social' change
postponement contributes to the
crisis."
In the political field, Prof.
Young separated Turkey from the
rest of its neighbors as that na-
tion has "mastered events that
still trouble other countries."
"From the U.S. point of view in
the field of international relations,
everything is in relation to the
cold war, and it shocks us to find
others not of the same feeling to-

ward the Communist threat," he
continued, but remarked that we
should realize that these lands are
more aware of the Western world
and its colonialism than Commu-
nism, and so those countries use
the cold war as a bargaining unit.
"Jerusalem epitomizes the crisis
of the Middle East," he concluded,
as .that city is desired by many
factions for reasons of prestige,
but mainly for religious reasons;
and, Prof. Young added, "in the
last analysis, the crisis is religious
and spiritual."

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first semester at the University
who have not received their
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Speech Meet
To OpeniHere
Sixteen Michigan. high school
students will vie for $2800 worth
of college scholarships today and
tomorrow at the University.
University President Harlan H.
Hatcher will preside at tomorrow's
session, when six finalists will
compete forhonors at the speech
department assembly at 4 p.m. In
Rackham Lecture Hall.
Contributed by the Detroit Free
Press, first prize is worth $1,200;
second, $800; and third, $500.

'Shrew' To Be Produced

Shakespeare's lively comedy,
"The Taming of the Shrew," will
be presented as the second major
offering of the speech department's
Spring Playbill Thursday through
Saturday, March 25-27 at 8 p.m. in
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.
The play which was the basis
for the recent musical comec;,,
"Kiss Me Kate" played to capacity
audiences both on Broadway and
as a motion picture.
Prof. G. B. Harrison of the Eng-
lish department, Shakespearean
expert, will serve as consultant

for the production which will De
staged in Elizabethan costumF.
Prof. William P. Halstead of the
speech department will direct the
production.
Tickets are on sale at the Lydia
Mendelssohn Box Office at $1.50,
$1.20, and 90 cents. A special stu-
dent rate of 75 cents is being of-
fered for opening night only.
JOIN THE RED CROSS
CAMPUS CAMPAIGN

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TUESDAY SPECIAL
Group Of Better Dresses

Traveling??
WHERE TO GO -- WHAT TO TAKE

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RAYON SUITS
Sizes 10-44, 12,to 241/2
Groups of All Wool Suits and
Six Winter Coats......$25.00
Orig. to $65.00
The (lijabeth i//e#

$10
Sao'p-

The Michigan

Travel Supplement will

help you with

your vacation
LARCH 28.

problems... WATCH

FOR IT ON SUNDAY,

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RAIN or SHINE COATS

Reduction

Corduroys, Velveteens, Twill Aquascutum
RED - NATURAL - PINK
sizes 8 to 20 were 21.95 to 49.95

COLLINS
Liberty at Maynard

rrr lYlI II rr .r rr . '

ONLY 75c

/2

Gallon ICE CREAM

ALL FLAVORS-

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Special on
Ladies Yellow Slicker
was $8.95
NOW $4.78
TICE & WREN
1 107 S. University Ave.-Opposite AA Bank on S. U.
Store Hours: 9:00-6:00 - Mondays 9:00-9:00
Phone NO 3-4046
JUST ARRIVED
Aluminum Folding Lawn Chairs
Covered in Saran
Special Price $7.95
2 for $15.00
BROADWAY AUCTION
2194 Jackson Ave. - Ph. NO 2-5176
PRINT COTTON SHIRTS
Bond Street has fashioned these cute man-type shirts
just for co-eds.
Novel prints that must be seen to be appreciated.
3.95
302 South State Street

Women's STRING
and FABRIC Gloves
Cotton and Fabric Gloves in a wide selection
of colors, perfect for your casual wardrobe.
Originally $2 to $2.50
$1
JACOBSON'

ALL WOOL SKIRTS
Several smart models by Collegetown
in navy, black, grey and beige.
A complete size range.
5.95
302 South State Street

WASHTENAW
INDEPENDENT DAIRY
602 S. Ashley Cash and Carry
"WE MAKE OUR OWN ICE CREAM"

25 Better Dresses
Group of Better Spring Hats-of wool
and orIon skirts-wool and nylon
Blouses . .. .. . .. .....
Group of Better Sweaters-Skirts-
Handbags and Blouses....... .:$2.98
The e/i a eth dil/t shj
530 S. Forest and 1111.S. University

Oil Painting Sets-
Regular $5.00 ... NOW $3.50
Regular $2.50... NOW $1.75
EVERYTHING YOU NEED
TO PAINT A MASTERPIECE

NYLON PETTICOAT
ALL PASTEL SHADES
AQUA, PINK, BLUE
$3.95
COUSINS
307 South State
ALL WOOL TOPPERS
Beautiful pastel fleeces and diagonal tweeds
in brown or black, designed by Kirkland Hall,
one of America's fine Makers.
19.95
302 South State Street
Tape Recorder Special
Wilcox Gay-NEW was 179.95-Now 129.95
Wilcox Gay-USED-Now 99.95
Brush Tape Recorder-95.00
Pentron-was 179.95-Now 115.00
THE MUSIC .CENTER
300 S. Thayer - No 2-2500
This coupon entitles you
to a FREE 8 lb. wash
at
University Laundrornat
1327 S. University - between Washtenaw and Forest
Good for Wednesday and Thursday
SIGN _____
TUESDAY SPECIALS
Broken Lots - Table of Unusual Values
Slips - Gowns - Half-Slips - Blouses - Sweaters
$2.00-were 3.95 to 10.95
Not every size in every color.
Famous name manufacturer Brassiers, Girdles, Girideers
/ PRICE... broken sizes
COLLINS
Liberty at Maynard
1954 Admiral Radio-Phono
Plastic Table Model . . . 3 Speed Changer
NOW $69.95
1954 Philco Radio-Phono
Walnut Table Model
3-Speed Changer . . . Beautiful Tone
NOW $44.50

Ann Arbor Radio and TV Cervice
1 1 Blocks East of East Engineering Building
1215 S. University Ave.
Zenith Transoceanic Portable Radio
Comolete Short Wave Coverate t A A

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Purchase
PURCHASE

Camera Shop
16 South U.R E
FROM "PURCHASE"

Complete G.E. line of
TV and RADIOS
Sales and Service
OPEN TILL 8 P.M.
IDEAL RADIO
1521 Miller ... Phone NO 2-3660
Nylon Hose $,. 50
Guaranteed 2 r" for$I
First Quality
51 Gauge, 15 Denier
Tuesday Special
MARTI WALKER
218 S. State St.
Good, clean used clothing in nice condition. Low prices.

BOOK SALE
TODAY
FOLLE IT'S

Ladies Paper Lite Luggage
Special Combination Offer
22.50 Pullman Case and 17.50 Week-end Case
BOTH for $40.00
PLUS $14.50 matching Paper Lite Vanity
without extra charge.
Four mellow colors, smartly designed, ruggedly made.
Sears Roebuck and Co.
312 South Main - Phone NO 2-5501

State Street at North

University

REFERENCE BOOKS
19c
Ulrich's Book Store
549 E. University
7'u ,I A E A1 ainahi

PANTS... SKIRTS
3 for 1.00,
STAR CLEANERS.
AND LAUNDRY
1213 S. University. . . NO 8-9501

RCA 3 Band Arm Chair
Rndin Phnnn

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