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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST,6, 1952

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Voters Emerge on Election Day

UNUSUAL GIFTS
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
AIR-CONDITIONED
INDIA ART SHOP
330 Maynard Street
for the utimate in excellent
food and pleasant atmosphere .. .
weber s supper club

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at the
Hammond Organ
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
" PAUL TOMPKINS
" KARL KRUSCHKE

noon lunches
late snacks
" DRAUGHT BEER
" CHOICE STEAKS

-Daily-Jack Bergstrom
YOUNG VOTER LEAVES BOOTH AFTER RECORDING CHOICE
SUMMER HOURS 12:30 to 5:00
Closed Saturdays
Other Hours by Appointment

OPEN 12 to 12 DAILY
air-conditioned
weber's supper club
3715 JACKSON ROAD
specializing in steak, sea-food, chicken, planked foods.

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-Daily-Jack Bergstrom
VOTER IN WARD SEVEN, PRECINCT TWO GETS HELP WITH PRELIMINARIES
Lecture Series To Bring Celebrities

Michigan Souvenirs
Gifts
Fraternity Jewelry

Mugs
Diamonds
Cups and Trophies

REMOVAL

(Continued from Page 1)
A panel discussion on "World
Affairs Today" will be presented
Nov. 20 by four men distinguish-
ed in international affairs: Ca-
mille Chautemps, four-time pre-
miere of France, Melchoir Aqu-
ino, Philippine Delegate to the
United Nations, Cuneyd Dosdo-
gru, outstanding Turkish jour-
nalist and John C. Metcalfe,
STUDENT
SUPPLIES
Typewriters
Repaired
Rented
Sold
Bought
Webster-Chicago Taps
and Wire Recorders
fountain Pens Repaired
by a Factory Trained Man
MORRILL'S
314 S. State Ph. 7177

noted diplomatic correspondent,
who will serve as moderator.
Sen. Paul H. Douglas and Con-
gressman Walter H. Judd will dis-
cuss the controversial problem
"Our Foreign Policy-Right or
Wrong?" on Jan. 14.
* * *
EMLYN WILLIAMS, celebrated
English actor and playwright, will
appear Feb. 16 as Charles Dickens,
reading scenes from the works of
Dickens as the author read them
Director --amed
For Willow Center
Appointment of Mrs. Grace Cor-
nish as the new director of the
University Community Center at
Willow Village was announced yes-
terday.
She will succeed Mrs. Elizabeth
Carson, who has been director for
the past six months,
Mrs. Cornish will begin her job
on Friday. The Center will be
closed from Aug. 15 to Sept. 8.

himself. Leaning against a dupli-
cate of Dickens' plush reading
desk, Williams will give adapta-
tions of scenes from "Tale of Two
Cities," "Dombey and Son," and
other works.
On March 9, James B. Reston,
Pulitzer Prize winning reporter
on °the4New York Times since
1939 will be heard in "Reston
Views the News."
Ending in a lighter vein, the
Lecture Series will be concluded
March 19 with Ogden Nash, pre-
senting a program of his own
uniquely styled poems and com-
ments on their creation.
Season tickets for the course
may be ordered by mail now from
the Oratorical Association, 3211
Angell Hall. Hill Auditorium box
office will open Sept. 15 for coun-
ter sale of season tickets, with
single admissions being placed on
sale Oct. 14.
Prof. Litzenberg
Receives Fulbright
Prof. Karl Litzenberg, the Eng-
lish department has been appoint-
ed the first Fulbright fellow to
study in the field of Scandinavian
literature in Denmark.
Serving as a Fulbright research
professor at the University of Cop-
enhagen, Prof. Litzenberg will con-
duct studies on the reception and
impact of the major Victorian
writers in Scandinavia in the 19th
and 20th centuries. Accompanied
by his wife and three children
Dr. Litzenberg will leave for Den-
mark about the middle of Septem-
ber for approximately a year's stay.

LEADING GOP'S: Likely choices
to head the Republican State
ticket againstGov. Williams and
Senator Moody are Secretary of
State Fred Alger (top) and Con-
gressman Charles Potter (bot-
tom).

THE OFFICIAL MICHIGAN RING FOR
UNDERGRADUATE AND LAW SCHOOLS
L. G. BALFOUR CO.
I 1319 S. University Phone 3-1733

1952- 1953
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY CONCERTS
SEASON TICKETS NOW ON SALE OVER THE COUNTER
BURTON MEMORIAL TOWER
Seventy-fourth Annual Choral Union Series
RICHARD TUCKER, Tenor . . . . . . . . Wednesday, October 8
YEHUDI MENUHIN, Violinist . .. ...... Wednesday, October 22
DANISH STATE SYMPHONY . . . . . . . Thursday, November 13
VLADIMIR HOROWITZ, Pianist . . . . . . Wednesday, November 19
IDU SAYAO, Soprano - - . . . . . Monday, December 1
VIENNA CHOIR BOYS . . . . . . . . . . Friday, January 16
MINNEAPOLIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA . . . . Thursday, February 12
GERSHWIN CONCERT ORCHESTRA . . . . . . . Monday, March 2
ARTUR RUBENSTEIN, Pianist . . . . . . . . Thursday, March 12
BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA . . . . . . Tuesday, May .19
Season Tickets: Remaining unclaimed seats in Block A, $15.00.
Block B, $12.00. Block C, $10.00.
Seventh Annual Extra Concert Series
RISE STEVENS, Mezzo-Soprano . . . . . . Friday, October 17
CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA . . . . . . . . . Sunday, November 9
CLAUDIO ARRAU, Pianist . . . Tuesday, November 25
HEIFETZ, Violinist . . . . . . . . . Tuesday, February 17
BOSTON "POPS" TOUR ORCHESTRA . . . . . . Monday, March 23
Season Tickets: Block A, $7.50. Block B, $6.00. Block C, $5.00.

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All past seasons' stock must be cleared
within next 2 weeks-your chance to save
on
COATS -SUITS - DRESSES
Accessories for Now
and Seasons to come!

THE LADY
VANISHES!

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ARMY-NAVY TYPE
OXFORDS

COLOR-HARMONIZED
FOR FALL
Three part suit news,
of MIRON'S famous
color-keyed woolens
In perfect accord ... the tweedy
worsted Facada box jacket (to be worn
belted or not), the jersey bat-wing
blouse and the worsted narrow
skirt. Sizes 8 to 16.
$75, complete

COATS
Group of navy, black,
grey, red, pastel & tweed
coats - originally were
49.95 to 69.95 now 25.00
to 39.95.
Group of shorter woot
coats. Rain or shine rayon
tweeds and gabardine -
original values to 39.95
now 14.95 to 19.98.
Groups of ottoman faille
long and short coats.
DRESSES
at 10.00 and 14.98
Original prices 14.95 to
39.95. Better dresses of
all kinds-evening, after-
noon and street dresses,
Laces, chiffons, taffetas,
silks, shantungs, prints,
nylons, orlons, rayon
crepes, cottons. Sizes 9-
15, 10-44, 12 to 241/2.
at 5.00 to 7.00
Cottons, rayon'prints,
bembergs, odds and ends
in crepes. ,

SUITS
25.00 to 39.95. Groups
of 100% wool suits most-
ly dark fall shades and
black. Sizes 10 to 38, 12.
to 241/2, originally were
from 49.95 to 69.95.
SUITS 14.98
Originally were 25.00 to
29.95 ... of famous na-
tionally advertised makes,
of rayon and wool; plus
other sharkskin and rayon
lined suits. Sizes 9-15,
10-20, 12 to 24%.
HANDBAGS
Group of straws at 1.49.
Groups of plastic & leath-
er straphandles and over-
shoulder bags-1.98 to
5.00. Originally were 2.95
to 10.95.
SLIPS
Beautiful nylon lavishly
lace trimmed 3.98, 5.00.
Rayon slips 1.98 and 2.98.
Sizes 32-46, 31 to 39%.

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Special688
" NAVY -BLACK
" ARMY-BROWN

GLOVES
Stripe shartex navy or
black and white - odds
and ends in all color cot-
ton fabrics and string ;. -
at 98c.

BLOUSES
of every kind- and color.
2 groups k- crepes and
cottons 1.98 and 2.98.
Originally were to 5.95.
2 GROUPS better cottons,
rayon crepes, pure silks,
nylons . . . 3.98 to 5.48.
Orinina lv to 1095 Sizes

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