OPINION

November 9, 1952

KARAMANLIS’S BIRTHPLACE: Greek Rally party leader Field Marshal Papagos’s campaign tour to Drama was full of pleasant surprises (…). Near the village of Angista, farmers from around the area had gathered along with a large delegation from the village of Proti, the birthplace of parliamentary candidate Constantine Karamanlis. They were accompanied by a band playing patriotic songs. AT THE REFUGEE SETTLEMENTS: The leader of the Greek Rally party, Field Marshal Papagos, on returning from his tour of northern Greece, will visit the districts of Tavros (Nea Sfageia), Kallithea, Nea Smyrni, Vyronas and Kaisariani on Tuesday, November 11. On Wednesday night, he will make a speech in Klafthmonos Square, and on Thursday evening will visit the Athenian districts of Nea Ionia, Nea Philadelphia and Peristeri. PHILOLOGISTS: This year’s successful candidates for entry to Athens University’s School of Philosophy included (…) Michalis Meraklis (…) and Vassilis Panayiotopoulos (…). WELFARE STATE: The Education Ministry has made 100,000 school textbooks available to schoolchildren without means and 6,000 more for Greek schools abroad. SOCCER IN ISRAEL: According to a telegram from Haifa, the Athens team beat Tel Aviv 3-1 in the second game yesterday between the two teams.