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WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1950
SUMMER SERIES:
Lectures Today Will Touch
} On Linguistics, Astronomy

TIE MICHIGAN DAILY

Old-Time School Days

Three leaders in the field of
ucation will highlight the Sum-
Session's lecture series to-
day.
- Prof. Douglas D. Crary of the
geography department will lec-
ture On "Geographical Reconais-
Sance of the NeardEast" at 4:15
P~m. iKellog Auditorium.
PROF. CRARY'S lecture is a
dart of a. series of weekly lectures
field by the Institute on the Near
East.
Prof. Bernard Bloch of Yale
University will lecture on "What
"is a Language?" at 1 p.m. at
the Union.
Headqua

Bertill Lindblad will continue
his series of astronomy lectures
at 2 p.m. at the Observatory. He
will talk on the dynamics of stel-
lar systems with application to
the galaxy and to the extragalac-
tic nebulae, and the spectrophoto-
metric criteria of stellar distribu-
tion.
Tomorrow and July 8 Giorgio
Abetti, director of the Arceti Ob-
servatory in Florence, Italy, will
continue his series of lectures with
the topics "The Reformation of
Astronomy (1517-1642)" and "Ce-
lestial Mechanics and Astrophysics
in the Nineteenth Century."

Institute Opens
On Business
The Institute on SmallBusiness
Education will open today to study
college programs useful to owners
and managers of small businesses.
General sessions will be held to-
day, tomorrow, and Friday in Rm.
146, B u s i n e s s Administration
Building. There will also be a
luncheon for Institute members
on each of these days at 12:15 p.-
-. in the Union.
NEW YORK-(AP)-"All over the
world we will impose the peace,"
Paul Robeson told a street-corner
"Hands Off Korea" rally in Har-
lem yesterday.

International Students To Be
Treated to 2 Weekend Trips
International students will be 4 p.m. A slight fee will be charg
treated to two International Cen- to be determined by the num
ter trips next Friday and Satur- going.
day. The day after the tour the Ce

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Foreign students will get a look-I
see at penal methods in Michigan
Friday when they tour through
Jackson State Prison.
All foreign students are welcome
except women, who are not allow-
ed in the prison-except as rela-
tives of the inmates.
The International Center will
provide transportation for the trip,
which will be from 11:30 a.m. to

ter will sponsor a picnic trip
the Saline Valley Farms, this tin
with women welcome. The Farn
represent a social experiment, t
founder's purpose to develop
efficient farm community by se
entific planning and by intellige
cooperation.
The Center will provide trar
portation, and a slight fee will
charged. Other interested studen
are welcome to join in the trip.

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-Daily-Bob Lewis
CORN IS GREEN REHEARSAL-Two "interested" miners (Irving Deutsch, right, and Bob Stephen-
son) give their teacher (Miss Moffat, extreme right, played by Claribel Baird) a hard; time during
the Speech Department's rehearsal of its first bill of the summer, "The Corn Is Green," opening to-
day at Lydia Mendelssohn. Bessie, played by Doris Medina, looks on.
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ALL SUMMER SHOES DRASTICALLY REDUCED

Nationally Advertised Shoes

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JACQUELINE

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Chinese Student Blasts
Nationalist Inadequacy
is foolish to deny Chinese predominate political parties, the
nmunists a place in the UN Nationalist and Communist, with
urity Council because Chinese a more latent party, the "liberty
ction of this group is so na- party," which has followed a mid-
Lwide, Kong Kwong, six months dle-of-the-road policy.
the States from Hong Kong,
1 The Daily yesterday. This party, however, has
:wong, majoring in electrical adopted a neutral position in the
ineering, said that under the Chinese political picture and as
ionalist regime the Chinese a result hasn't many members,
ple were in a state of abject Kwong explained.
ury. "If they only had an army
BLOATED inflation brought they'd make trouble," he added.
exchange of some 130,000 Chin- "MOST OF THE PEOPLE want
dollars to every American bill," a strong central government. They
explained, as only one of the are tired of civil war and the Na-
ects of a "veritable feudal sys- tionalists, and want to give Com-
., in which the peasants were, munism a try," he assertedC
aomically tied to the ground."
Kong's roommate, Norman '1u,
And to support this system of came to the States when he was
)nomic equality the National- nine years old, his family remain-
s ruled without mercy, Kwong ing in Hong Kong. He plans to
aimed. return there eventually.
Liberties and rights enjoyed Yu's -father was captured at
the United States were notice-- Hong Kong in '41, but was met in
y lacking, and corruption seep- prison by his captor, a Japarte:e
into the entire administration," officer who was one of his former
ong declared. professors at Harvard.
The ex-professor immediately
LWONG SAID there were two authorized Yu's release along with
:: :.w:.. : .:..# 15 of his associates.
Employment Now
Over 60 Million
W ASHINGTON- UP) -June saw
61,482,000 Americans gainfully
employed - a total only 133,000
short of the all-time employment
record set in 1948.
The Census Bureau reported a
1,751,000 job gain in the last
month, although simultaneously
there was an increase of 327,000
t in the number of persons with-
out jobs and looking for work.
The Bureau attributed the rise
in joblessness to the end of the
school term, releasing a large num-
ber of young people into the labor
.q MICHIGAN'S peacetime employ-
ment reached an all-time high of
2,112,000 on June 15, but the num-
ber of jobless also rose.
There were 102,000 out of work
in Michigan in mid-June, com-
pared with 96,000 six months ear-
Tier, according to the Michigan
3 Unemployment C o m p e n s a tion
/ rCommission.

CONNIE
CASUALS

S. .. .. . . $4.88
* . . . $1.88 to $2.88

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Beginning TODAY at 9:30 A.M.
EARLY SUMMER FASHIONS SUBSTANTIALLY REDUCED.. . now, when
you want them most for vacations, for traveling, for town or country. BAR-
GAINS at the beginning of summer ready for the days ahead!

DRESSES

Fresh styles from our early summer collections

$15

s,20

Orig. 49.95

Orig. $25

Orig. 39.95

JUNIOR . . . MISSES . . . WOMEN'S SIZES

Special Group of JUNIOR-SIZE DRESSES

$10
Orig. 14.95 to 16.95

172
Orig. 17.95 to 19.95

Summer Suits Drastically Reduced!

Pure silk yarn-dyed shantungs in Junior sizes.
Originally 39.95.
MISSES SIZES, 10 to 18. 75% silk, 25% rayon
shantungs, rayon linettes. Originally 29.95.
Rayon cashmeres, silk and rayon silk shans.
Originally $35.

-$28
Z's

Read Daily Classifieds
TYPEWRITERS
RENTED
SOLD
BOUGHT
REPAIRED
G.l. Requisitions
Accepted on Supplies Only
MORRILL'S
314 S. State St. Ph. 7177
fountain pens repaired
wW V
PORTRAITS
and 4
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SUMMER COATS... Entire Stock

Entire stock of 100% pure wool basket weave shorties;
white, gold, beige pastels in misses and junior sizes.
Originally 22.95.

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SUMMER FOOTWEAR ... Drastically Reduced

MADEMOISELLE

Young-Timer's
Summer All-Whites

O'ri. 12.95

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to 1 .95. . .Orig. 10.95 ..... ..
Spring and summer styles including navy, red, black and brown calf. Com-
plete stocks of brown-white and blue-white spectators. Also, white linen,
and shantungs.

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RED CROSS SHOES ... 6.85
Originally 10.95

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New sorina and summer styles in red. areen. brown black calf. Also a

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