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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1'967

PAG SX UEMICIGN AIY SNDYDEEMBR_. 96

Should you drink beer
straight from the bottle?

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If you're on a blanket party of trouble and expense to let
or something, carrying along a Budweiser create its own bub-
glass is pretty clumsy. But bles with the natural carbona-
when it's convenient, we think tion of Beechwood Ageing. So
it's a shame not to use one. you really can't blame us for
Keeping Budweiser wanting you to get it at its
inside the bottle or best, can you?
can is missing half Just for fun, pour your
the fun. next four or five bot-
Those tiny bubbles ties of Bud. into a
getting organized at the glass. If you don't
top of your glass have a lot agree that the extra

ORGANIZATION NOTICES
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN- -Hill at Forest presents a film- "De-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially tached Americans," Dec. 3, 7:00 p.m.
recognized and registered student orga- * * *
nizations only. Forms are available in La Sociedad Hispanica, Dec. 4, 3-5:
room 10 1 SAB. p.m., 3050 Frieze. UNA Reunion.
* * * *
Art Print Loan: all prints loaned
jUniversity Lutheran Chapel, 1511 must be returned to 512 .SA1l, Decem-
Washtenaw, holds worship service fol-I ber8 from L-n pAm.
lowing the order of "The Great Q ber 4-8 from 7-9 pm .
Antiphons at 9:45 & 11:15 a.m., 11:15 College Republicans-Comunity Ac-
a.m. - Bible Class, 6:00 p.m. - Fellow- tion Committee meeting, Mon., Dec. 4,
ship supper, Sun. Dec. 11, 7:00 p.m., G.O.P. office, 2523 SAB. Also
* * '"executive board meeting, Tues., Dec. 5,
Lutheran Student Center & Chapel 2535 SAB.
UNIVERSITY CHARTER FLIGHTS
DETROIT - LON DON - DETROIT
MAY 9-JUNE 20........... $205
MAY 20-AUGUST 19 .......$230E
J U N E 27-AUGUST 23 .......$250

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The Daily Official Bulletin is an ber 5. Rackham Amphitheatre. 7:30 p.m. Lawx and undergraduate College of

Refreshments will be served. Engineering.

SIGN-UP 5-7,.m.

to do with taste and aroma.
Most beers have carbonation
pumped in mechanically. Not
Budweiser. We go to a barrel

taste, clarity

and

aroma make a big difference,
go back to the bottle.
We won't say another word.

Ask for JOE MASON or BILL RAYMER
Seats now limited - $100 deposit

Budweise
.best reason in the world to drink beer
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In the December issue of Chee-
tah, writer Rob Ross travels with
smugglers as they make a run
from Tijuana to Southern Califor-
nia. It's a scary, nasty, fascinating
report. And--Tom Nolan writes
about the "groupies"-the girls
who'll do anything for a star.
There are also stories on cam-
pus movies, rock lyrics, "up-
tight" Washington, D.C. and part
one of a three part look at the
underground religions. This and
much more in
Now at your newsstands
(P.S. For an annual subscription to
Cheetah, send $5.00 in check or
money order to Cheetah Magazine,
1790 Broadway, N.Y., N.Y.10019.)

foe 2 p .mof nt aypr ecdgde- don., Issues in Social Policy for Old Current positions received by Gen-
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Calendar items appear once only, ture-Dr. Gordon Meade, Director of Director of Special Projects, BA in
Student organization notices are not Medical Education, American Thoracic group work, Soc. Wk., Education ple s
accepted for publication. For more Society, "~Tuberculosis Chemoprophy- 5 yrs, exper or MA degree. 2) Residence
information call 764-9270, laxis": Auditorium, School of Public Director, live-in-position BA degree
Health, 4:00 pin. in lib. arts. 3) Counselor for Job Corps-
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3 YWCA projects, MA in Voc. Ed. or Ed.
Center for South and Southeast Asian Counseling. 4) Counselor, resident but
Studies and The Comparative Studies not live-in, Caseworker position, pref,
in History Lecture-Dr. Anthony Low, MSW. 5) 2 Assistant Program Directors,
Day fCalendar University of Sussex, "Indian Taluqdars BA in Ed. or group work field.
and Nigerian Amers: Traditional Ruler- Stresen Reuther International Min-
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Drugs, Brain and Behavior Seminar- 1 General Nov oi es SUMMER JOBS IN WASHINGTON:
Dr. Baruch Blum, University of Min- All students interested in working in
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Relationships and Dynamic Interactions dell Hewson, Oceanography and Meteor- an informational meeting of the Wash-
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Science Bulding, 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. More, Bendix Systems Division, "Apollo Multipurpose Room of the Undergrad-
Lunar Experiments," Tuesday, Decem- uate Library.
Institute of Gerontology Lecture- person at Rm. 515, Administration If you cannot attend, call 764-3492, or
Professor Dorothy Wedderburn, Imperial Building not later than December 11. stop in at the Institute of Public Ad-
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