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September 13, 1960 - Image 114

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The Michigan Daily, 1960-09-13

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MICHIGAN NEWCOMERS soon discover the resources
of State Street include one of the mid-west's largest and
best book stores, Bob Marshall's Book Shop at 211 South
State Street across from Lane Hall.
bob Marshall's compares favorably with the best book
stores of New York, Boston, and Chicago.
Here's why:
* MORE BOOKS - more individual titles from which to
choose than any other store in middle-USA.
" BETTER BOOKS - a carefully-selected and discriminat-
ing stock of the good and great books of this and all the
past centuries of publishing, representing most fields of
man s search for knowledge and self-expression.
" MORE PAPER-BOUNDS - at Bob Marshall's you'll find "WSDM-Tv now presents ..0
and another Friday afternoon stu-
one of the largest selections of quality paper-backs any- dent program began on May 6,
where.:.. plus a huge selection of low-priced paper books. telecast closed-circuit throughout
the building, opened with a draw-
ing resembling the Kremlin.
" MORE BARGAINS - there is always a sale at Bob Mar- "ub Smith dramaicr
"Hue Smiths '60 dramatic pro- a
shall's. Usually the sale is of considerable proportions (as crame aeath Has many paces-
- came as close to highly profession-
it is right now) with several thousand different titles on al network programming as any
I've seen here," Prof. Edward
sale table display. These sale tables are loaded with the Stasheff of the speech department
cream of currently-available offerings of publisher's over- sFriday afternoons speech stu-
stocks and remainders, all marked way down. The sale dents take over the University Tel-
evision Center on Maynard St. and
tables at Bob Marshall's change rapidly with new stock produce 40 minutes of simulated
network broadcasting. The pro-
added every week of the year. gramming consists o two 15 min-
ute dramatic programs and a 10
minute interview or news pro-
*M-ourE gam
MORE USED BOOKS - our South Wall is a good used "ram.telyaterwrds Pro
book shop in itself, a shop within a shop. All the used titles Immediately aterwards,Pros.
at Bob Marshall's are modestly-priced. The original price critique the three programs. Prof.
textook ushto cme bowsig hee. Yu wil eStabsdheffo had bppese aaconsul-
is lised also. If the title is out-of-print that information is tant for CBS Television before
comig o te Uiersgity",. furthr4
furnished too. praised Smith's production as "the
first program to be written, pro-
duced, anwriec na teb teln s
t MORE BROWSING - browsing is an integral and natural suet"a ted by theome
rstent.r efre h s
part of the bookish atmosphere at Bob Marshall's. Coi- "Death Has Many Faces" is
abot ictAat abon di. The
fortable chairs, lots of room, and a lack of high pressure dictatoi. (who looks very much
(or even low-) ga p ism and allows aCatholicpriest
Stion. You are always welcome, even during the so-called toainiserebaptisdm.In his e
textbook rush, to come browsing here. You will never be dom for his suppressed satellite
made uncomfortable or out-of-place if you do not choose countrihen hsdtenim
to buy ... assuming you can resist the blandishments and loe will be well again " .if that
ffhxygen masktineitaer
temptations of a fabulous stock. It is not an overstatement ate." The dictator, changing his
mind, writes on a slate telling his
to suggest that browsing at Bob Marshall's is an essential wife that he will not become a
ofw youniversityexperience.hristcn oris hefree the sat-
His wife, Anna, was born in one
S MOREHOERSCEfo- oursonveiencfuameforof these suppressed countries and
y MR HORN fherr y nnince and eseci frh finally realized dreams of free-
your browsing pleasure, Bob Marshall's is open seven days dom for her relatives are suddenly
being smashed. She waits until
a week: Monday through Saturday from 9 A.M. to 10 alone with her husband, then rips
P.M. Sudayfrom2 PM. o 10P.M OnSundys e crryoff his oxygen mask. The dictator
P.M. Sudayfrom2 PM. o 10P.M OnSundys e crrygives a final gasp for air and dies
The New York Times, the date being given as March 5,
in's death.)
* MORE SERVICES - our staff is a full-time, professional Following a 10 minute interview
with films of Michigras, the final
't.f ~ ~nrpcdhekn~n~wo~ ontnei c 15 minutes of programming began.

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