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The Michigan Daily
Thursday, October 5, 1978-Page 5
Community3
-High OK
to reopen
today
By KEVIN ROSEBOROUGH
Ann Arbor Community High School,
closed since Monday after the carbon
monoxide poisonings of 100 students
and faculty, will reopen this morning.
Tests performed yesterday and
Tuesday by Michigan Department of
Health officials have shown the air in
the school to be completely normal sin-
; Fce a door in the vent system was closed,
said Ann Arbor Schools spokesman
Robert Moseley.
ACCORDING TO Moseley, in-
vestigators in the school discovered an
open service door leading to the
exhaust system of the building's fur
nace. On Tuesday the unit was run with
the door open and the carbon monoxide
content pf the air went up immediately,
according to Health Department
monitors.
With the door closed, the carbon
monoxide content in the air rapidly
dissipated. "We've had totally normal
readings since Tuesday," said Moseley.
"Since the problem has been alleviated,
school will be open (Thursday)."
Moseley said the only departure from
a normal day of classes will be a 9:00
a.m. general assembly to inform the
students exactly what happened.
THE BOILER of the furnace was in-
spected in July by a representative of
_;ntinental Casualty, the school
district's insurance company. It was
inspected again on September 5 by a
schooldistrict services representative.
l° The last person to examine the furnace
was Ann Arbor School District
Assistant Superintendent Ralph
LaJeunesse. LaJeunesse, in charge of
all school district furnace maintenance,
went to Community High School on
F'riday, September 29 to make sure that
the two previous inspections were com-
pleted.
"The boiler was tagged by both in-
spectors,'" said LaJeunesse. "The
doors aren't part of the routine check.
They are often removed for repair
work." He blamed "human error" for
the open door that sent 100 persons to
four .local hospitals. None of the 100
were seriously injured.
"There is no question that the inspec-
tors will look at the doors in the future,"
said LaJeunesse.
He added that the complete heating
systems of all other district schools
were being reexamined.
Parties
Isplit
over
convention
(Continued from Page 1)
through legislative amendments.
GOVERNOR MILLIKEN 'supports
the party on the convention issue. Ac-
cording to Milliken's press secretary,
Paula Holmes, the governor feels the
present constitution has worked very
well.
"The fact that it is one of the least
amended constitutions in the country
proves that it has done a good job," said
Holmes.

Holmes said this is true despite the
number and magnitude of con-
stittutional changes being dealt with in
this election. There will be 11 con-
stitutional amendment proposals on the
ballot this November.
"Legislation through amendments is
a perfectly valid approach to issues like
tax limitation," explained Holmes.
If Proposal A does pass on November
7th, an election would be held in the
spring in which each district in the state
would pick a delegate to represent them
at the constitutional convention. The
convention would then take place in the
fall of next year.
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Ann Arbor's Cornerstone of Beauty
HAQlQnCOMPANY
Why go to the corner drug
store when you can come to
our professional beauty salon
and purchase professional
iroducts such as,
" KMS Nuceoprotein
Jhirmack
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Highland Announces its Audio

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ANYONE CAN MAKE A MISTAKE.
AT HIGHLAND WE PUT OURS ON SALE.
SATURDAY ONLY. 10 to 9.
OOPSI OUR BUYERS GOOFED! T00 MANY OF CERTAIN MODELS! SLOW-MOVERS! OVER-BOUGHT!
T00 MANY PRIOR YEAR MODELS! WE MUST PAY FOR OUR MISTAKES. YOU BENEFIT IN SAVINGS.
HERE ARE A FEW OF THE MISTAKES ON SALE. WE'VE GOT MORE!

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$134 PIONEER SX-450
15-WATT STEREO RECEIVER
We bought hundreds of these
and our computer says get-em
out! 15 watts per channel, min.
RMS, 20-20,000 Hz, no more
than 0.5% THD. This price
cut should sell'em!
$112
$97 PIONEER HPM-40
3-SPEAKER 40-WATT SYSTEM
Ordered extra large quantity
of these for our recent Grand
Opening sale. But they just
got here. We don't need so
many now, so we'll unload
them at "Oops" sale price!

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$138 JBL L19 35-WATT
2-WAY SPEAKER PRICE CUT
We thought $138 for this 2-
way system was a bargain ...
but we were wrong. 8" woofer
and 1.4" tweeter and oiled
walnut cabinet. We cut price
$20 for a super bargain!
X118
$327 PIONEER SX-880
DC-AMPLIFIED RECEIVER
Seems to be an "in-between"
power range. Too low for
some, too high for others,
so we still have'em. 60 watts
per channel, mi. RMS. 20-
20,000 Hz, 0.08%/ TH D. Save $30!
$97 PIONEER PL-514
AUTO-RETURN BELT-DRIVE
We ordered these to offer as
an "upgrade" turntable, but
most customers want even more
features. With quick-start,
cueing and anti-skate it
makes a super "starter" unit!
$87

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$217 SANSUI G3000
26-WATT STEREO RECEIVER
We don't know why this model
hasn't caught on with 26 watts
per channel, min. RMS, 20-
20,000 Hz, no more than 0.15%
THD ... but they're selling slow.
We cut price to move'em!
$186
$99 NAME BRAND
FRONT-LOAD CASSETTE DECK
This famous name unit was a
I ood buy at $99 ... but at our
66 "Oops" price it's a steel!
Twin VU-meters and digital
counter, L-R level controls.
Save $33 tomorrow!
$66.
$149 B.I.C. 9600
PROGRAMMED TURNTABLE
Looks like not everyone is
ready for programmables.
We included base and dust
cover and still save you $42.
Get with the program tomor-
row! OOPS sale priced.
$107

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$548 TEAC A-2300SX
7" REEL TAPE DECK
Solenoid controls, cueing for
searching & editing plus sound-
on-sound capability ... must be
too sophisticated for most
customers. $61 off should
sell them tomorrow.
$487

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$15.88 PIONEER SE-205 stereo head- Si1 54
phones. Padded band and cups ....
$54.88 KOSS PRO-4 TRIPLE A stereo 1712
headphones. 2-way system. Oops!... 1

$12.88 MAXELL tape offer. Four 90- $859
minute cassettes with storage box free
$12.88 MAXELL 8-track offer. Four Q59
90-min. cartridges with storage box free .U

$8.99 DUAL base or cover for Models flfl $69.88 AM/FM in-dash car stereo. Your s /1 52
1225, 1226 or 1228 turntables. Choice ggCEA. choice of cassette or 8-track player .

$49.88 SANYO AM/FM with cassettes 54
record and play. Built-in mike. M2402
$39.88 EMPIRE mini-cassette record-1 '788
er. Built-in mike. With case. CT522.. L
$49.88 SONY 8-TRACK portable tape $3942
cartridge player. 3-way power. Oops!
$29.88 SONY AM/FM Digimatic12548
"dream machine" clock radio. ICF310 LU
29.88 SONY AM/FM pqrtable radio.$2548
AC/DC with AC cord. TFM7070.

$14.88 LUMITIME LED DIGITAL CLOCK , fl99
with 1-5/8" high orange numerals. CC71
$22.88 MAGNAVOX ODYSSEY 3000s17 31
4-way TV game. Remote controls. #7514
$13.88 PACER XL-200 CB antenna. 1f99
Roof or trunk mount. 17-foot cable ..
$149.88 CRAIG AM/FM car stereo
with cassette. In-dash. Model 3514 ..
$39.88 SPEAKER STAND by Sound 197fl
Levels. Pine with walnut finish .....

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$39.88 SENNHEISER "open air" stereo 173
headphones. Super lightweight U I
$7.88 SOUND GUARD record preserve $A62
kit. Protects records from scratches .. f1

$129.88 General. Electric AM/FM with
6-band crystal-less police scanner

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$29.88 SANYO portable cassette $2 A
player-recorder. Built-in mike. 1540 ....

OOPSI WHILE WE'RE AT IT WE ALSO HAVE HUNDREDS OF FLOOR DISPLAY MODELS, SCRATCHED, NICKED,
DENTED, ONE-OF-KIND, ETC. OUT THEY GO AT PRICES 10% TO 50% LESS THAN IF THEY WERE IN CARTONS

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