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TLE MICHIGAN DAILYW

WEDNESDAY, JDLY. 26, 1$ Q.____

RLEM-SOLVERS:
P Discussion Offers
orean War Problem

QUIET! (HE'S 94 TODAY):
Shaw 's Birthday Gets Shavian Snort

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'jous plans for the settlement
:e war in Korea were offer-
students Monday night in
P-sponsored all student dis-
p ert Leaves
r Bach Tal
ns T. David of the music
I left yesterday for the Berk-
Music Center, Tanglewood,
where he will deliver two
es on Johann Sebastian Bach
nmemoration of the compos-
leath, which occurred 300
ago Friday.
vid came to the University
Southern Methodist Univer-
fter training in various Ger-
universities including Berlin
he received.his Ph.D. degree.
as music editor of the New
Public Library and is an ex-
in Bach.
will return to Ann' Arbor

cussion of the world situation and
Korea.
After a review of the Korean
situation by Gordon McDougall,
YP chairman and leader of the
discussion, Al Lippitt presented a
plan worked out by a group of
interested students and printed
on the editorial page of The Daily,
July 12.
T1is plan called for the with-
drawal of all troops from Korea
and the appointment of a UN
commission composed of the chief
Asiatic countries, including Com-
munist China, to supervise the
cessation of hostilities.
The official Progressive party
stand on Korea was described by
John Sloss.
The discussion was then thrown
open to the 30 students at the
meeting. The Young Democrats
and Young Republicans were not
officially represented at the dis-
cussion, as those groups are not
functioning this summer.

By CYNTHIA LOWRY
AP Newsfeatures Writer
NEW YORK-(M~-George Ber-
nard Shaw will be 94 years old
today.
GBS (that's what his friends
call him; he hates the name
George and has dropped it) will
pay no attention whatsoever to the
event.
FOLLOWING a pattern estab-
lished a quarter of a century ago
when Shaw birthdays started to be
news, the bearded, irascible Irish
sage will closet himself for most
of the day, refusing telephone calls
and interviews and leaving con-
gratulatory messages unopened.
At some point, however, Shaw
may be glimpsed long enough by
newsmen to snort, in essence, on
the subject of his birthdays:
"Bah, rubbish!"
Once, turning a mere 82, the
millionaire playwright amplified by
complaining wearily: "Why can't
they forget my birthday? I shall
not have a cake with candles on it
nor shall I have a party. I wish
people would stop talking about my
birthday."

The business of the traditional
Shaw birthday interview began in
1926when the world's best-known
vegetarian approached his 70th
birthday. Plans were made for
him to broadcast a speech from a
dinner in the House of Commons.
The broadcast was banned Shaw's
speech was a broadside at Britain's
"Tory rule"-a familiar theme.
* * *
A FEW MONTHS later he won
the 1925 Nobel prize for literature,
receiving it with a typical testy
remark that hewas mystified be-
cause he hadn't written a thing all
year.
On one occasion many years
ago he remarked he couldn't un-
derstand why he hadn't been
hanged for his statements. Years
after that he explained how he
was forever getting away with
sniping at tradition and mores.
He called Christmas a nuisance
and a "horrible carnival." He said
men couldn't write the truth- about
marriage while their wives were
still alive. He called all men vil-
lains at 40; all women, at 30. He
denied he had eaten caviar and
said reports he had taken liver

injections for anemia were "flam-
ing lies." A couple of years later
he admitted the liver shots.
HE INVENTED a 42-letter Eng-
lish alphabet. He declined a title.
He said he was careful never to
say a civil word to the United
States and had defined the 100
I percentAmerican as 99 percent
idiot, "but they adore me . .
He called Hollywood writers
"bellboys." He added a Shaw act
to onetof Shakespeare's plays. He
said telephone operators rated
above actors in diction and pro-
nunciation.
That's a rough sampling of Shaw
opinion through the years Mostly,
he's been against things. Usually
he has been on the unpopular side.
Probably he's serious when he
says he wants to live to be 100-
he seems to fake a great joy in life
and work. It is just possibli he
wrapped up his attitude towards
the world in a non-birthday state-
ment:
"I never speak without giving
offense to a large number of peo-
ple. After all, my business is to
say what other persons leave out."

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Accumulated from a'll our other
stores and brought here for two
great money-saving days.
Save 30┬░oto 75%4
DRESSES
Further Drastic Reductions
of Summer Fashions
Cotton chambray, broadcloth, jersey, sheer crepe, organdy, faille,
shantung and pure silk one and two-piece dresses to wear right now
at the height of the summer season. Some jacketed sundresses included
in this splendid group.

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Bargain Day
SPECIALS

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BARGAINS

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DRESSES

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TODAY and THURSDAY

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. . $488
Values to x.95

.$3;
Orig. 14.95 to17.95
$j5
Orig. 29.95 to 39.95

$10
Orig. 19.95 to $25
Orig. 49.95 to 59.95

Summer beers and cottons
Sizes 9-15 and 10-16

OUR DAYS to offer this season's stock at below cost
reductions to make this the best Bargain Days we have
ever had -
Your Days o find exceptional values!
Your Days to find exceptional values!

25
SPRING SUITS
)0Q wool .Dark and
3stel colors - all good for,
ear - around wear. Sizes
-15, 10-40. 1412 to 241/2

2500
ANY 2 ITEMS
(Sale priced at 14.95
purchased together),

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SPRING COATS
100%o wool - navy pastels;
fleeces, gabardines -. all
good for wear into late Fall.
Sizes 10-20, originally to
69.95.

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BLOUSES . . . . $188
Peasant styles-White and colors
Sizes 32 to 36 Values to 3.95
SKIRTS . ... . 288
Summer Styles
Sizes 24-28 Values to 5.95
BRA $12
White Broadcloth-Straps and strapless
Sizes 32 to 36 ... Aand B cups
ANKLETS,3 pr. $109
Mercerized cotton, nylon heel3
and toe; white only, sizes 9-139C per pair

JUNIOR -- MISSES - WOMEN'S SIZES

Sportswear...
SUMMER BLOUSES

$3
Orig. 4.95 to 7.95

$4
Orig. 8.95 to 10.95

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BETTER DRESSES
kany good for Fall-crepes
bembergs-pure silks -
ints and shantungs, on-
nally to 35.00. Sizes 9-15,
0-44, 121 to 247. Eve-
ng and dinner dresses in-

13.00

ANY 3
5.00 sale items
purchased together

SPRING COATS
short and long.
originally to 39.95
SUMMER SUITS
Dark - White - and
ice cream pastels
6 PLAY SUITS
1 piece jersey with separ-
ate skirt.

Rayon crepes and tissue failles cottons,. batistes, nylon sheers in white and
colors. Sizes 32 to 40.
PLAY SUITS, orig. 7.95 to 12.95......................$6
Print and solid crepe, cotton, pique; sizes 10 to 18.
SUMMER SUITS

DRESSES
Silk and rayon prints, shan-
tungs - rayon jerseys, bern-
bergs-shantungs and better
cottons. Sizes 9-15, 10-44,
121/2 -261/2. Evening and
dinner dresses included.

10.00

5 RAIN or SHINE
COATS
formerly to 16.95
3 PLAY SUITS
1-piece rayon jerseys with
separate skirt that doubles
as a dress.

$5
Orig. 13.95

$10
Orig. 14.95 to 19.95

Orig. 22.95 to 29.95

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COTTONT PANTIES
Fine combed cotton 2 pr. $1.00
white and medium only 59c per pair

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Dresses $700
Crepes - Prints - Cottons
in every style and color.
Sizes 9-15, 10-44, 1212-
261/2.

5.00

DRESSES
originally to 10.95
SLIPS
Rayon-crepe tailored and
lace trimmed

PAJAMAS

Rayon jersey, 2-piece.
tunic top, were 6.95

SHORTS.. 188
Twill, gabardine and printed broadcloth
Sizes 10-16 Values to 2.95
MIDRIFF BLOUSES

Imported linen, ribodune, rayon summer
ranges. Sizes 10 to 20.
Ingerne
Pajamas and Gowns
Originally 4.95
2-piece midriff pajamas and
gowns in blue or red and white
striped rayon' jersey. Sizes 10
to 18,

fabrics in broken color and size

PAJAMAS
$1
Originally 2.95
Shorty pajamas with assorted
colored cotton T-shirts and
blue, peach or maize broadcloth
shorts. Sizes small, medium,
large.

SKIRTS
rayons -- gabardines
COTTONS
BLOUSES
Rayon, cotton, Batiste
originally to 8.95

2.98
JEWERIY
Pins - Bracelets - Neck-
laces - Earrings - for-
, merly to 10.00

GIRDLES
Two-way-stretch
originally to 6.50
STRAPLESS BRAS
Cotton wired.
were 4.00

White and colors
Adjustable sizes-values

97c

Amazing Savings on
SUMMER FOOTWEAR

1.98

to 1.59

HATS
Linens - Straws Piques - Horsehair
Braids - Felts.
formerly to 8.95

PURSES
Patent Leather -Faille Corde
formerly to 8.95

BATHING SUITS $388

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Sizes 32-36

Values to 5.95

SLIPS - PURSES - COTTON BLOUSES - JEWELRY -- TEE SHIRTS
Many other Odds and Ends

JOYCE PLAY SHOES
5085
Orig. 8.95 to 10.95

ODDS AND ENDS

PAJAMAS . . .288
Broadcloth and crepe
Sizes 32 to 38 Values to 3.95
NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES

* Bracelets
* Pearls
* Brassieres

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98c

Nylon Hose
Evening Gowns
Scatter Pins

" Belts
" Earrings
" Flowers

* Combs
" Coin Purses
* Earrings
49e - 69e

Choose from a select group of suede, kidskin or boxglove leathers, White, tea, red,
green or multicolors . . . all with Joyce's famous fine workmanship, styling de-
signed for comfort and good looks.

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