1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Haiti-Land of Unique Beaut
BACKWARD ECONOMY-Mangos come to Port-au-Prince by boat and basket. Many Haitians
never handle money, trading products of their tiny farms for needed provisions, carrying them home
on the heads.
SHADE-A Haitian takes refuge from the midday sun by lying
down under the willow-screen on a grave in the Port-au-Prince
All of 100% wools. Orig. $29.95 to $65.00.
Group of Better Dresses, Evening and cocktail
styles. Orig. were $17.95 to $49.95. Sizes 7-15,
19-44 reg. and petite, 127-241. Groups of
ocstume jewelry, Bras, hats, gloves.
The final carillon concert of the
Summer Session series will be per-
formed at 8:30 p.m., Wednesday.
Prof. George Cavendar, assistant
director of University bands, will
lead approximately 25 students
who will play percussion and brass
instruments with the carillon.
Featured in the program will be
Prof. Percival Price's "Tower Con-
cert, Number One,", with Price
playing the solo part on the caril-
Also on the program will be
"Invitation to the Waltz" by
Weber and a selection of Michigan
T HE E LIZABET H DIL LON SHOPS
On Forest off corner of S. University
Opposite Campus theater
SLUMS-Most of the houses in the capital city are substandard,
and the developments put up in recent years barely scratch the
M-G-M presents... Breathless excitement
from the master of suspense!
EVA MARIE SAINT
in ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S
'NORTH BY NORTHWEST'
in VistaVision". TECHNICOLOR*
w.saning IESSIE ROYCE LANDIS
"A HOLE IN THE HEAD"
DIAL NO 8-6436
"It pops with bright surprises.
Charming..$it has an
innocence and naturalness
RR N. Y. Times
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