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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, October 25,

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STUDENTS

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ENJOY
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Re-create those musical ecstasies
with records from

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just past AA Bank

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RATES FOR WEEKENDS
Huron 663-2033

the Daily Staff Today!

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NO WAITING PLENTY
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ANN ARBOR
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THE
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Serving 'Lunches
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AN EXPENDED STAGE of the Saturn IVB booster used to put the
Apollo 7 into orbit floats in space behind the manned capsule.
Moonshot team discusses
possible December i1ssion

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* Bar-B-Q Ribs - Shrimp
, Bar-B-Q Chicken * Fish
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Fri., Sat., Sun.-Noon-3 A.M.
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Potatoes, Salad,
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By HOWARD BENEDICT
AP Aerospace Writer
CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. UP) --
Apollo 7 astronauts yesterday dis-
cussed their 11-day space mission
with the next two Apollo crews, in-
clu'ding three men who may circle
the moon on Christmas Day.
During the morning they gath-
ered with more than 20 other as-
tronauts for an informal c h~a t
about the Apollo spacecraft that
Schirra described as, a "magni-
ficent.,flying machine."
Air Force Col. Frank Borman,
Navy Capt. James A. Lovell# and"
Air Force Maj. William A. An-
ders may circle the moon in late
December or they may make a
high-altitude earth orbit trip. The
National Aeronautics and S p a c e
Administration will decide in mid-
November after evaluating results
of Apollo 7.

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and your worriesbehind you.
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Open Mon. is Thurs. till 9 P.M. Overseas Delivery Available

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The Apollo 9 crew, Air Force
Lt. Cols. James A. McDivitt and
David R. Scott and civilian Rus-
sell L. Schweickart; are scheduled
to fly an earth orbit Jqurney next
March. Their main job will be to
check the lunar module, the vehi-
cle that will ferry two men to -the
surface of the moon.
Dr. Charles Berry, chief of
flight, medical operations, report-
ed the astronauts in good condi -
tion now' that they've rested up
from their long flight. He report-
ed they had experienced the same
cardiovascular deconditioning that
otherastronauts sid on lengthy
.missions.
He described the condition as a
"Lazy heart". The astronauts are
not able to exercise as readily as
before the flight. He said t h I s
would vanish within a few days.

Pepperoni
Sausage
Mushrooms
Hamburger
Green Pepper

Ham
Olives
Bacon
Anchovies
Onions

from
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Open Daily from 5 P.M.-2 A.M.
~ FREE DELIVERY
Call 769-3400

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BEST SELECTION OF SEAFOOD IN ANN ARBOR AREA
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PlasticsFibers, Pharmaceuticals,
and Chemicals for Agriculture,
and the Processing Industries.
Will Interview on
OCT. 30, 1968
For positions of responsilility,
diversity and strong future
advancement possibilities.
RESEARCH, ENGINEERING, PRODUCTION,
MARKETING, FINANCE.

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