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INSTITUTE ON RACE RELATIONS 

You can´t afford to miss the outing on Sunday,July 23,1994 (3:00 PM to 10:00PM) in the beautiful park connected with the old Civil War Fort Dupont--One of the fores built to protect our capital, It will be real treat for you. Besides singing, games, and a genuine fellowship, you will be favored with a talk on techniques of Racial Adjustment by E. Harold Mason, Associate to Dr.Rachel Davis  DuBois (Intercultural Work-Shop). Dr.Mason, who is a specialist in Race Relations, and Intercultural Education,studied at Western Reserve, University of California and the Berkley Divinity School.
      This outing, given by the INSTITUTE ON RACE RELATIONS, will be in the form of 
                
PICNIC   
    
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Fort DUPONT PARK 

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(Directions:- Take Seat Pleasant or Bradbury Heights 
Bus at 403 11th St.,N.W. or at 17th & Pa.Ave., S.E. to 
Alabama Ave. & R St., S.E. Walk across street to park and turn right down road until baseball diamond is reached.Groves 33 to 40 will be found a short distance behind home-plate: Buses leave every half hour.)  

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TICKETS

Tickets for the food and drinks are 50¢and must be secured by Saturday morning.We are not allowed to sell tickets in the park.Food service will be from 4:50 PM to 6:00 PM. Tickets may be secured at: Hollywood Tavern--9th & U streets,N.W., YMCA--USO--17th & K streets, N.W., Reid's Department Store--11th & U streets, N.W.,1734 F Street, N.W., Lucy Slowe Hall--1919 3rd Street, N.W., The Washington Post,YMCA--1816 12th Street, N.W. (% William Jones), The Washington Star,  Carver Hall-- 211 Elm Street, N.W., Marjorie Kendrick--520 3rd Street, N.W. District 2736. Helen Vanderhoop--1515 S Street, N.W. North 6434, Clyde Ashby--1411 Belmont Street, N.W.Michigan 7656, Tomlinson D. Todd --1340 Girard Street, N.W. Michigan 8501.
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Note:- On Tuesday, July 25th at 8:00 PM E. HAROLD MASON will speak at Carver Hall(211 Elm St., N.W.-- Between U & V Ste.N.W) At this time there will be a discussion of the Neighborhood Festivals which have been given in various cities. Most*of the evening will be of a social nature and devoted to Folk Dances and fun.                      
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ATTENTION! Meeting of Institute at Lucy Slowe Hall- 8 pm Sat July 22nd--Voting on constitution (Tomlinson Todd-Press                        

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