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July 14, 1967 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JULY 14,1967

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The Sunday. Love-Ins are for "doin' your
thing." Above, a youthful harmonica-man does
his thing. Watch out, Junior Wells.

As Steve Elliott, drum player for the Famous Seventh Seal taps out a neat rhythm, youthful fans
crowd around, .overwhelmed by the amazing display of dexterity. They even like the way he plays.

A regular feature of the Sunday Love-Ins, the
West Park Band Shell Go Go Girls also do
their thing.

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Long, lean, lanky, suave, debonair, soulful, high-stepping leader
of The Seventh Seal-Bill Kirchen-picks out another hit tune
at last Sunday's Love-In at West Park. Bill plays the elecric
guitar (see above).
Photographs, captions and like that
by
THOMAS R. COPI

Meanwhile, out, in the audience, others sought in vain an aisle to dance in. Undaunted, they de- Everybody likes watermelon, and at the West Park Love-Ins there are lots of them. Why, there are
cided to do it right out in the open. Oh my. over four pictured above. Unfortunately, the watermeloTs have seeds. Oh well, one must learn to
take the bitter with the sweet.

John Sinclair comes to Ann Arbor from De-
troit for the Sunday Love-In. And he brings
his wife and friends. The Detroit Free Press
once called John Sinclair a hippie.

Charles Moore wears blue sunglasses and plays
the trumpet. He is pictured here because in the
picture below, his back is turned.

Jimmy Silver and Susan Bassett come to West Park on Sunday to relax at the Love-In. Susan is
not really an Indian; Jimmy used to have a bear d... now he just has a moustache (see above).

The only thing better than a piece of watermelon is two pieces
of watermelon. But if you have three pieces of watermelon--
live it up.

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