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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

October 7, 1956

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CONTENTS
YOU'RE INVITED!
THE RAGE TO RUSH-Our reporter examines the sorority rushing
scene, carefully explaining the details of this University
procedure and commenting upon the process. Page 3.
SMOZART ANNIVERSARY-A review of some of the composer's
recorded works with an eye to the best purchases. Page 5.
THE ALLEN PHENOMENON - Daily Television Writer Larry
Einhorn visits the rehearsal of a "Tonight" show and explains
how the casualness seen on the screen is carefully rehearsed.
rty Page 6.
FLANNERY O'CONNER-A discussion of this young Southern
Writer's two major works and the manner in which her
university creative writing training tells in her novel and
short stories. Page 7.
WE'RE 7 YEARS OLD! Hard to believe, but
SHIRLEY ANN GRAU-Novelist Hariette Simpson Arnow dis-
somehow Bob Marshall's Book Shop not cusses this new short story writer and relates her work to the
only has survived and aged, but thanks to stream of Southern Writing. Page 8.
the support and (verily) the affection of PUBLICIST & AUDIENCE-Which one has the twelve-year-old's
mentality? A look at the old myth that publicity men are
s0 many the store has grown and flour-
really intelligent souls "talking down" to an audience of
ished. mental dwarfs. Page 9.
APARTMENT FURNISHING - Our researcher gives dos and
To celebrate the advent, 7 years ago in don'ts on the recent craze to dress up old Ann Arbor apart-
early October, we're inviting everybody, ments into little islands of gracious living. Page 10.
the whole shebang, to a bg birthday cele- TOO MUCH REALISM-Donald A. Yates has written to the Lenin
Library to discover why detective fiction is so unpopular in
bration. Tomorrow-Monday-and Tues- Russia and relates the answers. Page 13.
day, anytime from 9 A.M. to 10 P.M. THE BROADWAY SCENE-A look at the 1956-57 Broadway
season and notations on new musicals and dramas that have
been or will be presented. Page 14.
FREE COFFEE AND CAKE SUPPLEMENT EDITOR-Ernest Theodossin
PRESENTS SUPPLEMENT PHOTOGRAPHERS-Vernon Soden,
ewho drops Harding Williams
PICTURE CREDITS-Page 3: Daily photographs by Vernon Soden; Page
5, courtesy A. Tsugawa; Page 6, courtesy National Broadcasting Com-
pany; Page 9, lower right, courtesy Metro Goldwyn Mayer, all others
.dt .fcourtesy Columbia Studios; Pages 10-11, Daily photographs by James
So please do accept our invitation . . . of Dygert; Page 14 courtesy Ronald Muchnick.
course there's no obligation to buy any-
thing ... but our compliments to our many,
many friends and customers will include-
HUNDREDS AND
HUNDREDS OF
BIRTHDAY-BARGAIN
SPECIALS
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211South State
across from Lane Hall
"A GREAT GENERAL BOOK STORE
SERVI NG UN I VERSITY COM"M U N I TY" INTERt LAY-Photographer Harding Williams captured this shot of sunlight streaming through New
York's Grand Central Station.

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