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June 25, 1957 - Image 2

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TIL MIChIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY,

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MARIAN MERCER

ROBERT LOGAN

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Air-conditioned comfort is yours
while having your hair cut
i n the latest styles. j
715 North University

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RENT a
TYPEWRITER

at the
LITTLE THEATER PLAYHOUSE
NEW ANN ARBOR HIGH SCHOOL

$5.00 per Month
Ask about our rental
purchase plan

Call for Reservations
Box Office - NO 3-6198

Tickets on Sale
at Slater's

ON

Doily Classifieds Bring Quick Results

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OVERBECK'S
BOOKSTORE

Try WAHR'S University

Bookstore

FIRST

for,

NEW

and

USED

"BUILDING PEACE, RELIEVING SUFFERING:
'U Graduate, Students Of]
Ever hear of anyone paying to hynNladr, 7So
work?Kahy Nyadr 5So
A June graduate and two stu- Deafborn; Sylvia Frank, '59, of!
dents at the University have offer- Ann Arbor, and Donald Nagler,1
ed their services for the summer '6OMed, and his wife, Nancy, also
to the small village of San Simon of Ann Arbor, are the participants
Atzitzintla, 8,000 feet in the tani- under the sonsorship of the
fled stratosphere of Mexican American Friends Service Cor-
mount ins.mittee.
mHowever, each volunteer has to According to Miss Nylander thej
pay a tuition of $175 to contribute committee has established work1
to his maintenance and camp pro- camps all over the world for more
jects. than 40 years. Their purpose in
this tiny village in Mexico is to
relieve suffering, to build peace,.
~raTEand to strengthen their comnun-.
DIAL NO 2-3]136
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Today and Wednesday DIAL NO 2-2513
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JAMES MaARTHURR
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CnvNUrhsacPE Mpfni.dby Rth Cnftry-P JACK WEBB in "D..
DEPARTMENT OF
1957 SUMMI

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ROSSIN'C MIC OPERA
FG RO
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SEVILLE 4
i glorious Eostmatncolor
MILTON CROSS
Metropoliton Pero of the Air
GUEST CON MENTATOR
4114 it roat Stirs ofa) ifaropo/lia. IAris.
.Ca Seaa, Oren! arda, P nfrme L4rra ?rkraircs
TITO GOBBI\ - IUL IO NERI
GIULIETTA IMIONATO
axd iml wahi'J
IRENE IENNA
Spaff, O9 Crrkcsf ar s tf o $A'aI C~pra
A frivolous Frenc'h farce...
Rossini's gloriouik music..
and a most beau ' f ul I
* Rosina."~
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fer Services t( Mexico

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Miss Nylander expects to assist, of a cement basketball court, in-
the village nurse with immutniza-I stallation of a new water system
tions, provide technical informa- and sanitary facilities, and eradi-
tion and guidance for family and cation of parasites and trouble-
community health standards and some insects,
help with recreation activities. All volunteers will engage in
Unlike work camps in othel converting the old school house
countries, the women must limi into office quarters for the auxil-
themselves to feminine duties a iary committee of the Center of
prescribed by native custom. R.1ral Social Welfare, which will
Projects to be accomplished y direct many of the reconstruction
the men include the constructi a ctivities in the future.

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SUPPLIES

for all SUMMER SCHOOL COURSES

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University. Bookstore

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316 South State Street

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SPEECH PRESENTS

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The Modern Wikel-Schurz Drug Store on

State

ER PLAYBILL

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Drugs
Cosmetics
Carry-Outs

Prescriptions
School Supplies
Magazines

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July

2-5

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J uly 9-12

Moliere's Comedy
THE SCHOOL FOR WIVES
New, Free Verse Version by Miles Molleson
Hayes' Suspense Drama
THE DESPERATE HOURS

Thomas Farce

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CHARLEY'S AUNT

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July 23-26

11

Traditional Chinese Fantasy

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Fountain Service

J ul y30-Aug. 2

THE CIRCLE OF CHALK

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WI KEL-SHURZ DRUGS O~y J /E'S AE
,y~ct W EL DRUG CO.
SSobu uIS'2RoirY
M~cFt17' 1 EF FN

Aug. 7-10

Smetana's Comic Opera
THE BARTERED BRIDE
With the School of Music

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When at the other end of the Diag,

SEASON TICKETS: $6.00-$4.50-$3.00'
Single Tickets: Plays--$1 .50-$1 .1 0-75c . .. Opera--$1 .75-$-1 .40--$1 .40

Shop at Wikel Drug Co.

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