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WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1948=

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ShakespBare
Group To Give
Two Dramas
Condensed versions of two
t Shakespearse plays will be pre-
sented at 8 p.m. Friday in Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre.
The plays, "Macbeth" and "The
Taming of the Shrew," will be
performed by the Shakespeare
Festival Players of Ohio Wesleyan
University under the auspices of
the Speech Department.
Modified Elizabethan settings
and a modern adaptation of the
Shakespearean chorus will be fea-
tured in the production by the
Ohio players. Available informa-
tion indicates that these tech-
niques have never been employed
by any other group in Shakespea-
rian productions.
The Festival Players, who have
a background of more than 25
years in Shakespearian produc-
tion, developed the techniques
after experimenting with methods
to simplify stagecraft in high
school groups. Their present pro-
gram is an attempt to demon-
strate the adaptation of difficult
plays for amateur presentation.
Both productions are under the
direction of Prof. R. C. Hunter, of
Ohio Wesleyan University, who
'will deliever a lecture on "Thea-
tre" at 3 p.m. Friday in the Rack-
ham Amphitheatre.
Speaking of the performances of
the Ohio group, Donald S. Allen,
director of the Fred Stone Thea-
tre of Rollins College, has said, "I
have known about the outstanding
dramatic work at Ohio Wesleyan
University for many years. It has
always been of the highest quali-
ty, particularly the Shakespearean
productions."
Tickets for the performance are
on sale at the Lydia Mendelssohn
box office. Admission charges are
$1.20, .90 and .60.
"Fann-tastic"-Winters
* FANNY
July 23, 24 8:30 P.M.
HILL AUDITORIUM

Warner Quits
As Result of
Black's Order
LANSING, July 20-()-H. H.
Warner, chief legal aide for Gov-
ernor Sigler, resigned today rather
than be transferred to the staff
of Attorney General Eugene F.
Black.
Earlier Governor Sigler said
that Black had refused his re-
quest that Warner be allowed to
remain in the governor's office.
Black last week announced he
was transferring Warner for work
in the investigation of irregular-
ities in Republican fund-raising.
The Governor said, however,
that he was explori ig possibilities
of finding money in his budget
to rehire Warner a a special as-
sistant'outside the . irisdiction of
the attorney general.
Warner declined any comment
but the Governor said that he un-
derstood Warner felt "he did not
come in here to be an assistant
attorney general."
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U.S. CADETS ON TOUR-U.S. Coast Guard cadets go aloft for
better view of London as their training ship, the three-masted
barque Eagle, docks in. Shadwell Basin. Visit is part of their
annual training cruise.
ALL SOLD OUT:
Complaints Force President
To Fore go Foot ball on Sunday

HOLLYWOOD KIT SUITS
Aqua-Light Green-Dusty Rose-Yellow-Olive Green-A Few Dark Shades

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLE TIN

FORMERLY TO $35.00

SEVERAL STYLES

2O SIZES 10 to 42

WASHINGTON, July 20-(R')-
President Truman got himself a
1948 pro football pass today, but
the chances are that he won't use
it.
The pass, good for any National
Union To Probe
Ford Motor Vote
DETROIT, July 20-(P)-A spe-
cial union committee today began
an investigation into charges that
anti-strike ballots were burned
and not counted at a CIO United
Auto Workers election at the Ford
Motor Co.
The strike vote at the Rouge
Plant was one of about 46 taken
last weekend among 116,000 Ford
production employes.

Football League game, was given
to him by Commissioner Bert Bell
and George Preston Marshall,
owner of the Washington Red-
skins.
Marshall told reporters that Mr.
Truman didn't think he could get
out to any games, but said he'd
try.
The reason: Most pro grid
games are played on Sunday.
"Too many people complain,"
Marshall quoted the President as
saying, "when I go to the ball
game on Sundays."
Although Marshall would like
to get Mr. Truman out to a game
(he used to come regularly when
he was a Senator and Vice-Presi-
dent), he admits that Mr. Tru-
man's decision relieves him of one
worry.

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ANN ARBOR
BARGAMNDY
Pace-setting values in today's wanted styles! Merchandise from our other
stores brought to Ann Arbor for this community-wide event . . .
here are small-money miracles planned to make magic for your summer
budget. Visit Jacobson's tomorrow at 9:30 A.M.

(Continued from Page 4)
Botany: Seminar, 1139 Natural
Science, Wed., July 21, 7:30 p.m.
Report of Dr. I. L. Wiggins: "Ef-
fect of Prolonged Drought on Des-
ert Vegetation." Anyone who is
interested is cordially invited to
attend.
History Language Examination
for the M.A. degree: Fri., July 30,
4 p.m., Room B, Haven Hall. Each
student is responsible for his own
dictionary. Please register at the
History Department Office before
taking the examination.
Events Today
There will be a regular meeting
of the Student Legislature at 7:30
p.m., Room 308 of the Michigan
Union.
United Nations Council will
meet Wed., July 20, 1948, 8 p.m.
in the Union to discuss the Pal-
estine Questian. All persons in-
terested in world affairs are wel-
come.
The French Club will meet
Thurs., July 22, 8 p.m., 2nd floor
Terrace Room of the Michigan
Union. Professor James O'Neill
of the Romance Language Depart-
ment, will speak informally on
"Extraits d'un carnet de voyage."
French songs, games, refresh-
ments.
La p'tite causette meets each
Tues., and Wed., 3:30, Grill Room
of theMichigan League and on
Thurs., 4:30 in the International
Center.
The weekly Conversation of La
Sociedad Hispaica will meet at 4
p.m. in the League Cafeteria, Wed.
and at the International Center,
Thurs. All those interested in
speaking Spanish informally are
cordially invited.
The fourth in the series of sum-
mer meetings of La Sociedad His-
panica will take place Wed., July
21, 8 p.m., WestConferenceRoom
of the Rackham Building. The
program will be "Una noche vene-
zolana" featuring a talk, "anal-
isis historico cultural de Vene-
zuela," by Mr. Santos Rodolfo
Cortes, and group singing led by
Alonso Gamero.
Flying Club - Open meeting,
Wednesday, July 21, 7:30 p.m.,
1072 East Engineering Building.
All students and members of the
faculty are invited.
The Michigan Dames Bridge
Group will meet at 8 p.m., Wed.,
July 21, Henderson Room of the
Michigan League.
Square Dancing Class, spon-
sored by the Graduate Outing
Club, Wed., July 21, W.A.B.
Lounge, 8 p.m. Everyone welcome.
Small fee.
Roger Williams Guild Tea will
be held in the Guild garden from
4:30 to 6:00 Wed.

DRESSES

PLAIN OR PRINT CREPES-COTTON S-LINENS-SHANTUNGS-SHEERS

Formerly $12.95 to $95.00

$5

$10

$15

$25

JUNIOR-MISSES--WOMEN'S-HALF SIZES

SUITS

COf4TS,

PASTEL AND

WHITE GABARDINES
AND MOYGASHEL

SHORTIE AND % LENGTH
STYLES
Pastel Plaids-Blue-Navy
Red-Black and Pin Stripes
Greatly Reduced

IRISH LINENS

' Formerly $19.95 to $99.50

SWEATERS

1/3

REDUCED
Sizes 1 0 to 18

A selected group of
with round or "V"
for sportswear.

Bermuda
necklines,

Knits
ideal
$3

Formerly to $7.95 .. . .

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COATS
$18
Regularly 39.95 to 79.95
Coats brought from our other stores for this bargain
event . .. Gabardines and other fine all-wool fabrics.
Broken sizes and colors, but if we have a coat to fit you,
you'll get a REAL BARGAIN!
From our SPORT SHOP
SUMMER SUITS
$8
Reduced from 22.50
Bolero and tailored styles, long and short
sleeves in Black, White, Red, Maize, Brown,
Royal and Pink.
ALL REMAINING SUMMER
FOOTWEAR
Y2OFF
and more!
DRESS -- STREET -- CASUAL
Colors -- All Whites and Spectators
117 PAIRS DRESS SHOES

500 Bur-Mil Rayon
SLIPS
2.99
Reg. 5.95

CORDUROY SKIRTS and JACKETS

18 SKIRTS

Formerly to $7.95
BALLERINA STYLE ..

$5 c

7

JACKETS Formerly to $16.95 n, 10

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PEDAL PUSHERS
Orig. 8.95

Formals * Dinner Dresses " Wedding Dresses
TAFFETAS-LACES-EYELETS-PIQUES-CHIFFONS
(Two Wedding Gowns in Satin and Chiffon)

Full Fashioned
NYLONS
1.65
Reg. 2.25

FORMERLY 29.95 to 89.95

1/2 Price

SIZES 10 to 16

Taffeta and

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Taffeta and
Plastic Patent
HAN DBAGS
$3
Reg. $5 to 7.95
Washable Fabric
GLOVES
$1 and 1.69
Reg. 2.50 to3.50

Nylon Hosiery
CELTIC MAID AND
PUFFIN.
A select group in beautiful
shades.
Mostly 51 Gauge
$125
Formerly 1.75 to 1.95

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Cotton Housecoats
FULL LENGTH & SHORTIES
Formerly 8.95 to 19.95
1/% Price
BRIDAL GOWN AND ROBE SET'S
Formerly to $35 .. . $10

White Cotton
BLOUSES

For FREEDOM,
FUN and CHARM
Call 2-3725
for one of our
SHORT HAIR,
SNAP-CURL,
PERMANENTS.

Plastic

Large Triangles
Decorated with Pennants
Formerly $1.00

Ra i nsca rves

SHEER COTTON
BLOUSES
Y2 Price
Sizes 32 to 38

$2
Reg. 3.95

Orig. 10.95 - 14.95........

Now $4

Now 45c

176 PAIRS DRESS SHOES

Suede Trimmed

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