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Tea and Dancing

COLLECTORS' WEEK:
Gettysburg Anniversary
Commemorated by Stamp

Honor Guest Playwright

By GAIL GOLDSTEIN
Commemorating the ninety-first
anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's
Gettysburg Address, November 19,
1863, National Stamp Collecting
Week will be highlighted today by
a dedication of a new 4 cent Lin-
coln stamp.
Lasting from Monday, Novem-
ber 15, to Sunday, November 21,
stamp week is sponsored annual-
ly by the American Stamp Deal-
er's Association as a method of
recognizing the educational and
cultural value of stamp collect-
ing.
Today, on the anniversary of
this address, the A.S.D.A. opens
the three-day Sixth National Pos-
tage Stamp Show at the 71st In-
fantry Regiment Armory, Park
Avenue and 34th St., New York,
and will conduct a first-day sale
of the new stamp.
A Child's Hobby?
Although some non-collectors
look upon stamp collecting as a
child's hobby, this pursuit can
boast the support of presidents
and kings. Perhaps one of the most
famous collectors was the late
President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
The week also will be devoted
to furthering the interest of non-
collectors in the hobby and in
stressing the hobby's advantages;

educational, cultural, and bene-
ficial. Clubs throughout the coun-
try will hold programs, exhibitions,
and meetings developed on the
Lincoln theme.
Through this approach of at-
tempting to acquaint both chil-
dren and adults with the wealth
of knowledge and stories that are
connected with the pursuit of thisl
hobby, the A.S.D.A. is attempting
to interest more people in stamps.,
Center Plans
Book Month
Observance
In observance of Jewish Book'
Month, a program will be pre-
sented 8:30 p.m. Monday, at the
Beth Israel Center, 1429 Hill.
A film, "The World of Sholom
Aleichem," based on the book of
the same title by Maurice Samuel,
will be shown.
Mr. Moishe Haar of Detroit, a
director and teacher at the Sholom
Aleichem Institute, will speak on
"Jewish Literature; Yesterday and
Today." The program is open to
the public.

Met Singer
To Perform
Leonard Warren, noted baritone
of the Metropolitan Opera will
give the sixth Choral Union Series
concert at 8:30 p.m. Sunday in
Hill Auditorium.
His appearance here will be his
second, having appeared in the
1948 May Festival.
For 10 seasons, Warren has sung
leading baritone roles in such op-
eras as "Rigoletto," " Pagliacci"
and "Aida."
Tickets priced at $3, $2.50, $2
and $1.50 are on sale at the Of-
fices of the University Musical So-
ciety in Burton Tower. They will
also be on sale after 7 p.m. Sunday
at the Hill Auditorium box office.

RENT-A-CAR
. Standard Rates
Include:
Gas and oil
A and Insurance.
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INTERNATIONAL TEA-Yoko Okuno, Japanese student visiting
the University for tlMe annual Japan-America Conference, dances
the Hanayagi at the International Tea yesterday. Girls start
to learn this national dance which has been developed to an
art at the age of three. Held in honor of the student delegation,
the Tea also featured a Japanese sword dance exhibition and
a demonstration of judo.
Staying in Ann Arbor This Weekend?

VISITING PLAYWRIGHT HONORED-Prof. Warner G. Rice
(left) and playwright Elmer Rice, guests of honor at a speech de-
partment luncheon yesterday, discuss the forthcoming production
of the Rice play, "Dream Girl," with the department chairman,
Prof. G. E. Densmore (right). The author is directing his own
play.

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A large selection of only the best quality Cycles. All parts
are available and we guarantee to service what we sell.

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SADDLE BASKETS
2.983.50
BIKE SHEDS
3.50

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TRIX CHAIN LOCKS
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BOWLING
214 We Huron
One-half Block West of Bus Statior
OPEN BOWLING
WEEKDAYS unti 6:30 P.M.
and
SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS

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2.75

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CAMPUS BIKE & HOBBY
514-16 E. William . Call NO 2-0035

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CHRIST
Christmas Card Boxes
29c to $3.00
Gift Wrap.- Ribbon-Seals-Tags
Stationery - Pens - Pencils
The Mayer-Schairer Co
STATIONERS, PRINTERS, BINDERS
Phone NO 3-4515 112 S. Main St.

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Long Play
& 45 RPM

12" Long Play $1.89 (Pops & Classics) 7" 45 RPM 69c

Downtown
205 E. Liberty
NO 2.0675

M C SHOP

Campus
211 S. State
NO 8-9013

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THE GIFT FROM YOU!
A handknit gift is always appreciated.
POPULAR SOCK and TIE KITS
MITTIN KITS XMAS STOCKING KITS
Candy Cane Matching Cap & Mitten Kits
COLONIAL YARN SHOP
324 East Liberty NO '2-7920
Open 9 to 6 Closed Saturday

50 DRESSES

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of all
crepes
failles.;
241'/.,

kinds and sizes. Wools, rayons,
and tffetas, also some velvets and
Sizesl -15---10-44-121/z to
Many originally priced to $35.00.

$4 95

50 DRESSES...........................$10.00
All sizes. Many originally priced to $29.95.
The Elizabeth Dillon Shops
530 S. Forest Ave. Phone NO 3-5606

TOTE BRUSH
Pocket Dental Kit, folding toothbrush, toothpaste in
styrene case for pocket or purse.............$1.00
MUCH IN LITTLE
Clipper Knife is actually 7 in 1. Surgical steel, nicker
finish, pigskin case.........................$1.00
WILKINSON LUGGAGE SHOP
327 South Main Phone NO 3-4013
GROUP OF BETTER
Hats and Blouses $395
NYLON SLIPS, SKIRTS
AND SWEATERS

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This Christmas
SLATER'S
YOUR COLLEGE BOOKSTORE

JUST THE THING FOR XMAS!
ARGUS 75 OUTFIT
Complete with FLASH BULBS and, FILM
ONLY $19.95
THE QUARRY INC.
320 South State
EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC

Now In Stock
COMPLETE LINE OF
Christmas Cards and
Gift Wrapping
DISTINCTIVE STATIONERY
MORRILL'S
South State Street

Group of NYLON SLIPS and BLOUSES.-
SKIRTS- SWEATERS - BETTER HATS

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CONTOUR BELTS
Two inches wide and made of top grain cowhide.
Natural tan and colors.
THE PERFECT GIFT-SIZE IS NO PROBLEM
These belts are completely adjustable to any size.
Only $2.98
COUSINS
307 South State

The Elizabeth Dillon Shops
530 S. Forest Ave. Phone NO 3-5606

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