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WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILT
Socialist Labor Party Wages Class Struggle

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By LEONARD GREENBAUM
Daily Managing Editor
40,000 American voters going to
the polls this November will cast
their vote for a revolutionary party
advocating the complete overthrow
of the political state and capital-
ism.
However, the revolution of the
Socialist Labor Party--if and
when it comes-will be a peaceful
one, by ballot as prescribed in the
Conrstitution of the United States.
* * *
THE SOCIALIST Labor Party,

founded in 1890 by Columbia Uni-
versity Professor Daniel De Leon,
insists that peaceful, law abiding,
revolution is possible.
In place of capitalism, the So-
cialist Labor Party wants a society
based on collective ownership of
the land and all the instruments
of production, with the manage-
ment of industry completely in the
hands of the workers.
Until the revolution by ballot
comes, the party mission is to agi-
tate and educate and to keep the
issues before the people so that

when they decide they do want
Socialism, they will be able to vote
for it.
* * *
THE PARTY, which has been
running candidates for president
and vice president since 1892, will
be active this year in more than
half of the 48 states.
Nominated for president is
Eric Hass, a 47 year old Nebras-
kan who edits the party's news-
paper, The Weekly People.
Vice presidential candidate is
Stephen Emery of New Jersey. The

45 year old Emery; who works as
a subway train dispatcher in New
York City, was the veep candidate
in 1948.
In Michigan, the SLP will pre-
sent a full, state ballot with candi-
dates for United States Senator,
Governor, Lt. Governor, Secretary
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operated" and accept capitalism
as a finality.
The SLP attacked the Taft-
Hartley Law and claimed that the
American worker is being reduced
to the status of an unresisting in-
dustrial serf.
The SLP also condemns theo-
cracy and militarism.
Reforms or compromise are rul-
ed out by the SLP, which holds
that "every reform granted by
decadent capitalism is a concealed
measure of reaction."
Despite its low following, the
SLP carries on a full time infor-
mation program through its week-
ly paper and through the annual
distribution of over two million
pamphlets on current topics.
Most of the party's standard
literature was written by found-
er De Leon whose centennial is
being celebrated this year.
But until it can celebrate the
workingclassrevolution, the So-
cialist Labor Party, which claims
no affiliation with the Socialist
Party, the Communist Party, the
American Labor Party or any oth-
er group, will continue its lonely
but patient efforts.

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
BIDU 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
CLEVELANDORCHESTRA . . . . . . . .TSunday, 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.

ANN ARBOR BARGAIN DAYS
Genuine "Specials" from the Gage Linen Shop

WERE
Martex Dry-Me-Dry Striped Tea Towels . ........50c each.,
Bates Single Bedspreads, Varsity Design .......... $7.95.,
Ruffled Plastic Window Curtains. . . .. . .$2.25, $2.50, $3.
Solid Color Place Mats....... . ................50c.
Napkins, solid colors, colored borders.......,. . .50c, 65c..
Printed Toweling, cotton .............. ......65c, 70c.
Printed Toweling, linen and solid. ... .. .. .$1.35, $1.50.
Bridge Sets. ........ ..... .. . . .. ..,. .. ..... $4, $4.50.
Beach Towels ....... .....................$3 to $5.
Baby Billow Cases. . . . . . .................. . $1.50 to $3 .
Guest Towels. . .. .....,... ...... ......75c to $3.50.,
Place Mat Sets... ........... ......... .$5.50to $27.50.
Luncheon Cloths and Sets, selected groups.... $4 to $7.50.
Dinner Sets, printed and solid colors. .. .$10.50 to $29.50.,
Men's Handkerchiefs, white, colored ...... $1.25 to $2.50.
Women's Handkerchiefs, large selection....65c to $3.50.
Silk Scarfs........................ ..........$1, $2.25.

Now
...........3 for $1
. . . . . . . . . . . . . $5.95
. .w. . . . . .. .. $l pr.
. .. ..3for $1
. ..25c and 3 for $1
S. .... .3 yds. for $1
. . . . . . .. .. . . 95c
. . . . . . . . . . . . . $3.50
.600#* : .$2 to $4
..... ; ..50c, 75c, $1
.......50c to $1.50
. . .....$4 to $17.50
. . ......$3 to $5.50
. . .....$6.50, $15
.. .....6for $5.00
. .5 for $1, 3 for $1,
$7 and $10 a doz.
.... .... ... 65e

Eric Hass Stephen Emery
of State, Auditor General and At-
torney General. The candidates
will be chosen at the state conven-
tion August 5th in Detroit.
The SLP drew 1500 votes from
Michigan and 40,000 from the en-
tire nation in the 1948 election.
IN ITS 1952 platform, adopted
at the national convention, May
4, the SLP warned that capitalist
rivalry for world trade is leading
to World War III.
All the ills of society, accord-
ing to the SLP, can be traced to
the class division of society un-
der capitalism which breeds war,
fascism, exploitation and pov-
erty.
The party platform called the
Korean war senseless to all but
the capitalists and the Russian
imperialists.
The Communists are as much an
enemy of the SLP as the capital-
ists.
THEaSLP "repudiates the kind
of bureaucratic despotism masque-
rading as "Marxist" in Soviet Rus-
sia, and the reform outfits such
as the British Labor Party, falsely
claiming to 'Socialist.'"
British socialism, the SLP
claims, is merely a scheme to
save British capitalism.
Also attacked in the party plat-
form are the CIO and the AF of L,
which, the SLP states, are "faker-

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Many other exciting bargains including cocktail, tea, luncheon and dinner
napkins. Why not start your Christmas shopping? A very small percentage
of our Bargain Day merchandise is shopworn.
GAGE LINEN SHOP

Drastic reductions throughout the store! Many items for
at low, low July bargain day

late sumnmer and fall wearing...
prices.

"Where Quality Has No Substitute"
Summer Hours: 9:00 to 5:30-Saturday, 9:00 to 1:00

11 Nickels Arcade

DIRESSES
A wonderful group! Cottons is sunbock, casual, and
dressy styles. Also nylons, crepes in this special
group. Sizes 7 to 15 and 10 to 20. Values to $24.95.

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Rayon suits that look like wool! Won-
derful colors: navy, toast, mauve,
grey, powder blue, and gold. Sizes
9 to 15 and 10 to 20. Original price,
$29.95.

$1400

MfKE

COLLINS

$500

- $700

- $90

YOUR FIRST STOP WEDNESDAY MORNING

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COfiTS I

LONG AND SHORT
$35 to 99.50
/ PRICE

SUITS
EXQUISITELY TAILORED
29.95 to 119.95
/ PRICE

100% WOOL SUITSI

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VERY SPECIAL OFFERING!
TOPPERS
Here are 100% wool coats in three exciting lengths
... spencer, short, and 3/4. Materials include wool,
poodlecloth, boucle, cashmere, and gabardine. Be-
sides the extreiely popular and good looking white
the colors are pink, beige, navy, cattilion blue, gold,
grey, checks, and plaids. Size 8 to 20. Values to
$59.95.

Solid color gabradine, novelty checks,
and plaids. These suits will not be
offered again at this low price. Size
10 to 20 to 9 to 15. Values to $49.95.

X2500

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$150

and $2400

SUMMER SUITS .

*~~~ w ..'ere

$25-$18

DUSTERS

HOLLYWOOD KNIT SUITS

. were

39.95-$25

1952's favorite! Beautiful gold print
cotton or printed seersucker. Size 10
to 18. Values to $6.95.

$300

ALL
SALES FINAJ..

SWEATERS
Short sleeve slip avers, long sleeve slip avers, and cardigans.
Classics and novelty sweaters. 100% wool or nylon. Sizes 34
to 40. Values to $8.95
$2.00 - $3.00 - $4.00

Ann Arbor Bargain Days

NO EXCHANGES
NO REFUNDS

LINGERIE

DRESSES
INCLUDING SOME COTTONS

KNIT DRESSES

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$5
To 10.95

$10
To 19.95

$15
To 32.95

$25
To 49.95

Group of Better Dresses and Formals .. . . . . V3 Reduced

All Nylon SLIPS
Lovely, easy-to-wash slips with dainty lace
or net trim. Also sleek, tailored stylees.
Sizes 32 to 40. Values to $6.95.
All Nylon NIGHTIES
Luxury nighties in "no-iron" nylon. White
and pastels. Size 32 to 40. Values to $10.95.
FRENCH BRAS
We are closing out our entire line of French
bras. Nylon or cotton. Sizes 30 to 38,
A-B-C cup. Values to $2.95.

$295
$4 95
$100

Here's another summer price on a suit that
will do for early fall and winter. 100% wool,
2-piece. Sizes 10 to 18. Values to $17.95.

$ 10

SKIRTS
Wonderful, serviceable cotton . , . rayons and wools, too.
Stripes, plaids, and solid colors. Sizes 22 to 30. Values to $8.95.
0 -$3.00-- $4.00

Selected Groups
" SUMMER PURSES
" COTTON SKIRTS
* "T" SHIRTS
" SWEATERS
Nylon or Wool
" COTTON BLOUSES
* RAYON CREPE BLOUSES
* SCARFS
* SPORT CAPS
* GOWNS AND PAJAMAS
Cotton Batiste and Seersucker

of

Fabric Gloves

Were to

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Handkerchiefs*"'e 9 25c to 50c

Swim Suits .

'/2
PRICE

. Reduced

BLOUSES

PLASTIC RAINCOATS
CIELLA
JERSEY BLOUSES
$2

Cotton sleeveless or short sleeve crepes.
White, pastels, and dark colors. Stripes and
plaids. Sizes 30 to 38. Values to $5.95.

$ ~00

T-SHIRTS

$ O10
and $2.00

Cotton knit in white or colors. Small, med-
ium, and large. Values to $4.95.

NYLON BLOUSES

Group of
WOOL SKIRTS

White and pastels in dressy or tailored styles.
Sizes 30 to 38. Values to $10.95.

$3.00
and $5.00

- DRASTICALLY REDUCED

Terry Cloth SHORTS s6oo

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