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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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We will be honored to show you our collection
of ADMIRALS, explain the extra protection.
of its seamless, one-piece case. There are both'
hand-wind and self-*inding models
priced from $89.50 to $175.

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AT UGLI:
Offer Records, Tapes

The Undergraduate Library is
fortunate to have a fine audio sec-
tion, which is open to all members
of the University.
The collection contains some 3,-
500 records of which the majority
are long playing, and about 500:
tapes of items not available on
ercords, such as lectures, Shakes-
peareani plays, and language pro-
grams.
Since the library is non-circu-
latfng, they have provided eicel-
lent faciilties with 72 turntables,
and they are able to accommodate
approximately 150 people.
It is their policy to try to have

serious music from the ancients to
the modern with representative
pieces through the centuries.
Though the emphasis of the col-
lection is on the classical they also
have a limited number of the oth-
er types of music, such as folk
The library is constantly expand-
ing and trying to keep up with the
latest serious works, and also try-
in gto expand its 'collection of
standard classical works.
The undergraduate library in-
vites you to come and enjoy their
facilities as well as their collec-
tion.

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Again we offer a hearty welcome to Ann Arbor and hope that we at
Daniel's will be able to serve you in the very near future.

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which will take care of your clothes, dry-cleaned
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By SARABETH RICHMA
For the dance enthusiast
Arbor offers many opportunit
view and participate in just
every form of dancing.
The main problem is that I
activities are not very well 1
cized and have to be searches
The University, through
physical education departmen
cludes modern, ballet, folk
square dancing in its curric
In addition, there is the Cho
raphers Workshop, in which
cers get training and practi
choreography. This group
l e c t u r e s and demonstre
throughout the state and one
petition to join.
Jazz Instruction
Also, through the physical
cation department is the Cc
Dance Organization which
meet Tuesday and Thursday
rings, and offers instructio
modern and repertory dance'
let and jazz.
It offers a recital each s
in which students do all the c
ing and choreography. In
tion, there will be informal <
workshops in Barbour Gym.
For those interested in
dancing, the International
Dancers meet once a week.
group is open to the public an
fers instruction in everything
the sirto (Greek) to the kolo
goslav).
National Dances
Various nationality groups
their own folk dance troupes a
perform annually at the Ur
"World Fair." One of the i
known of these groups is th
rael Dance Group, a year-3
performing group, sponsorei
the Student Zionist Organiz
and the Hillel Foundation.]b
bers of this group are chose
audition. For those not inter
in performing, Hillel also offe
Israeli dance class which r
weekly.
Less strenuous than dancing
just as interesting are the
ons dance troupes which al
here throughout the year.
Last year' the New York
Ballet anti the Merce Cunnini
Dance Troupe appeared her
well as the national dance
panies of the Ukraine, Poland
the Philippines.

CAMPUS DANCERS - A performance by one of the many dance
groups currently teaching and appearing on campus and through-
out the state. This photograph was taken at the annual dance
concert of the women's physical education department.

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