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In this issue:
"Town Hall Lectures"
The M. L. Seidman Memorial Town Hall Lectures, established by MSU alumnus P. K. Seidman in memory of his brother, will bring to the University three outstanding men who will discuss "The World Today and the USSR." Harrison Salisbury, Pulitzer Prize winning reporter for the New York Times and specialist on the Soviet Union; former Hungarian Premier Ferenc Nagy, and Dr. G. Warren Nutter, a renowned economist, will be the guest speakers.
"Cast Set for Greek Classic"
An ancient Greek classic and an original study in the movement are the two remaining plays to be presented by the Memphis State Theatre this spring. "Oresteia" The "Oresteia", a Greek trilogy which traces the destruction of the house of Atreus, will be staged April 8-13 in the Fine Arts Theatre on Central. Curtain time is 8:30 p.m.
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