THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, December 7; 1968
Saturday, December 7, 1968
THE MICHIGAN DAILY,
Why Don't We Do It in the Road?
The tune is by the Beatles. The dress-can be found at Plaster of Paris.
World ,ecder in Stereo :
Your Records Sound Better -
on a FISHER
Come in and we'll prove it! I: j_'
Credenza Styling for Wide Stero Separation
"" ~The Fisher Philharmonic f
The wide-angle front affords a better stereo effect than most standard
size consoles. Its diminutive shape is highly adaptable to any room be-:'
cause its speaker systems automatically disperse sound over a wider area.
A solid top surface offers lots of useful space. The beautifully inte-.
grated receiver-phonograph ensemble slides out easily to the touch. The I
f ~~large area can be used to store up to 150 records.
The Fisher XP-7_
* ______________________________________The Fisher 999,
100 Watt AM-FM Stereo Receiver :
"_ TUNE-O-MATIC Pushbutton Memory Tuning * Conventional Flywheel
" Tuning * Automatic Frequency Control STEREO BEACON automatic mono-
stereo switching * HighSelectivity AM Section with Shielded Ferrite An-N
Muting Switch * Loudness Contour Switch Separate Main and Remote
--_- Speaker Switches * 5Position Program Selector * DIMENSIONS: 151/2" '
wide, 5 1/4' high 12 3/4" deep WEIGHT 19 pounds. CABINET: -Wal-
The Fisher XP-7 is a three -way speaker system with four loudspeakers: nut (Vinyl), 60-UW, optional at adctional cost.
a massively-built 1 2-inch bass driver, two identical, linear-matched 5-inchM
9mid-range speakers, and a 1 1/-inch wide-dispersion treble speaker with "
"9 exclusive soft-cloth, dome-shaped congtruction. In a comparatively short 9
time since its introduction, the XP-7 has been awarded more top-level
"" ratings from important national cansumer magazines than any system
of comparable size and cost. ,<.:'
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By ALAN LEICHTMAN f from the 1952 Olympics' (especial- form. Unless you are a confirmed lower apparel you need pants or
There is only one kind of ski Ily for you), skis. masochist and an accomplished knickers. Cordorouys or vies are
equpmet, xpesiv. Wth ha If -you're fat, be honest now, contortionist, get a step-in binding ? fine ski pants dont rip. Wear lots
equpmet, xpesiv. Wth hatyou will need more expensive or- something thereabouts. The of warm undies, a sweater, and
In mind, beginner, 'let's pick you' heavier duty skis. The guy in the. best are made by Look, Marker,: more important than all the rest
some. ski shop will tell you they have Salomon, and maybe Gretch. You get 'heavy mittens especially con-
Sksaetems xiigtigmore camber. And if you look de- will buy Cubco. structed for skiing.
Sko buy. theymosber callnsotsinofiaty s etcl h 'l h n rm Clothes should be functional. 11 Nothing, as far-as your health
labu.hybel: s alom, lgrand slalom the tip to show you -how strong'I Get a long ski jacket to keep, and well being on skis is con-
ceto-jthey really are. snow from climbing up your back; cerned, is as important as your
downill cometiive receaton- Poles are steel, aluminum, or and down -your lower -apparel. For boots.
al, noncompetitive, metal, wood, wooden. Wooden is otherwise
epoxy, glass, and fiberglass to; known as rubbish., You want some-I
name most of them. 'thing with a metal tip. A nice AU9
If y'ou are not independently pair of tipped aluminum poles, II~an~~u
wealthy, if you are skinny, and if (no pun intended), will cost you ! 011 VYUv or aetswlleenulyInItevUdlarI
spect your check register, you willI Among the factors that will
purchase for approximately thirty keep you attached to your skis~
dollars wooden, recreational ,non-' are gravity, friction, and your
competitive, (in case some slick bindings. Your -bindings are by _ d
fellow has Just happened to tuck far the most reliable. They come
away a pairJ of wooden comps in step-in, semi-step-in, and cable
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