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Page 10--Thursday, October 18,1979-The Michigan Daily

UAW

Highland Announces its Audio

draws up
plan to aid
Chrysler
DETROIT (UPI) - The United Auto
Workers union rushed yesterday to
design a scheme of contract con-
cessions for Chrysler Corp., hoping to
convince the federal government of its
willingness to aid the struggling firm.
UAW President Douglas Fraser
declined to specify the type of relief the
union is considering.
"IT'LL DEVIATE from the Ford and
GM agreements," Fraser said.
The union has said it will excuse
Chrysler from some portions of the ex-
pensive auto industry contract set-
tlement signed earlier this year at
General Motors Corp. and reached ten-
tatively at the Ford Motor Co.
Those contracts are estimated to in-
crease overall compensation by 33 per
cent and boost labor costs from ap-
proximately $15 to $20 an hour after
three years.
FRASER SAID the union's wish to
come up with a contract offer quickly
was motivated by the opening of
Congressional hearings this week on
federal aid for Chrysler.
Chrysler Chairman Lee Iacocca is
scheduled to appear before a House
committee today while Fraser and
UAW Vice President Marc Stepp, head
of the union's Chrysler Department,
plan to testify tomorrow.
With the presentation, of the union
contract offer - a reversal of the nor-
mal bargaining procedure - Iacocca
will be able to assure Congress that
"We in fact did take into account the
plight of the corporation," Fraser said.
Chrysler currently is revising its
original request for $1.2 billion in
federal loan guarantees to keep its
retooling programs going until 1981,
when it expects to make a profit.
Training in
Black English
under way
icniudfrom Page 1- -
nature and variety of language so they
can make a 'distinction between
language as communication and
language as an evaluation of human
worth,' said Pietras.
HE POINTED out that. it is the
decoding error and not the dialect shift
which creates a reading problem for
speakers of Black English. This occurs
when the student reads something the
way he would pronounce. it, and that
changes the meaning. A dialect shift is
when the student reads the way he
speaks but it doesn't change the
meaning.
Pietras added there are no books
which instruct how to correct this
problem, and there is "absolutely no
evidence that a dialect speaker suffers
comprehension loss in learning to
read."
Three workshops will be followed by
a day-long session on January 15, 198
to be conducted by two experts in ap-
plied linguistics, Dr. William Hall and
Dr. Roger Shy. The workshops will con-
clude with a session designed to have
participants develop their own teaching
strategies and exercises to be used in

reading instruction of speakers of
Black English.
The program will then enter a
monitoring stage with frequent interac-
tion among teachers, District
Language Arts Consultants, and out-
side resource persons.

ANYONE CAN MAKE A MISTAKE.
AT HIGHLAND WE PUT OURS ON SALE.

FRI. & SAL'ONLY.

10 TO09

OOPS! 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!

TECHNICS SA-80
STEREO RECEIVER
______ We pulled a real boner on
- -this one! No super deluxe
________________features on this 15-watt
- -- - *receiver, but you do get
r £super sound at a terrific
S"oops" price. Reg. $146.
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$99 ADC SS1 "Sound Shaper
equalizer. 5 band/channel control.
$99 SANSUI Classique 250T turntable.
Audio Technica cartridge. Save!.
$59 BIC 920 belt-drive turntable. With
base & cover. While 165 last-chainwide.
$24 MARANTZ WC15T wood cabinet.
Fits 2215, 2216. and 5020........... .
DUAL DC4 cover or WB12 turntable
base. Your choice. While they last..

TECHNICS SH8010
GRAPHIC EQUALIZER
slow mover, since most
eople don't know what a
-band equalizer does. But
eal audiophiles can take
dvantage of our huge in-
entory and save! Reg. $159.
S1'9
SANSUI 65500 STEREO
60-WATT DC RECEIVER
nough pure power to blow
he roof off your pad! And
he whopping $74 savings
hould blow them out of our
warehouse in no time! Regu-
ar $35& Oop's priced Fri. & Sat.
5284

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SANYO TP-636
BELT-DRIVE TURNTABLE
What a mistake! Our buyers
thought that a quality turn -i
tablewith automatic return &
shut-off would sell big. They
were wrong, and you reap
the savings! Reg. S79.
$48
PIONEER CT-F9OO
DOLBY CASSETTE DECK
Our first mistake was that we
bought a truckload. Our se-
cond mistake was not pricing
'em low enough, even with
features like Dolby, front-load &
memory. This low oops price
should move 'em out! Reg. $319
$264
ROADSTAR RS-2141
AM/FM/TV CAR STEREO
Great features like TV sound
reception price this unit out
of reach of a lot of car stereo
buyers. So we've cut the
price to the bone. While
148 last chainwide. Reg. 5179
X135
$29 SANYO AM/FM digital clock
radio. Wake to music, alarm.

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AKAI CS7030 DLBY
FRONT-LOAD CASSETTE
Again, a case of buying too
many. We thought we'd sell a
ton of them at $149! So at our
$119 oops price it's a real
steal. Especially with Dolby,
and automatic stop. Reg. $149.
$119
PIONEER TWO-WAY
"PROJECT 80" SPEAKERS
We thought $69 for this 2
2-way system with 8" woofer
was a bargain, but we were
wrong! So we've hacked $30
off the price for a super oops
bargain! Reg. $69. Save $30.
$39 each
JENSEN 2-WAY COAXIAL
CAR SPEAKER KIT
Shoppers never seemed to
care that these fine speakers
have powerful 10 oz. magnets
and 4" woofers. But this price
cut should generate some
real buying interest. Reg. $34.88
$2452

$159 PIONEER AM/FM/8-track or
FM/cassette car stereo. Your choice..

s59
X29
=4"9
99C~

$49 CRAIG twin surface mount
car speaker kit. Oop's priced..
$59.88 SANYO 50-watt car stereo
power booster amplifier. Underdash.
$119 PIONEER HPM-40 3-way
speaker. 10" woofer. Save $30.
$59 MIDLAND 40-channel CB
radio. LED digital display. Mike.

a 18Q
s34 PR
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s46

$279 BEARCAT #210 10-channel
digital scanner. 78 chainwide. Save! I U
$24.88 SANYO stereo cassette re- $1731
corder. Automatic stop. Model M1530
$289 SHARP AM/FM cassette recorder. 91O
Automatic program search. Save $71. . I
$269 CODE-A-PHONE #1400 phone
answerer. Remote command. Save S44 .225

$1 ggg

$28 KOSMOS lI BIORHYTHM260
computer/calculator. LED display. Save!
$23.99 MATTEL handheld electronic s21 15
basketball game. LED display. Save! . .
$69 SHARP desktop printer calculator. s
GT memory. 10 digit. Save $20.......
$109 TEXAS INSTRUMENTS TI-58C $0100
scientific calculator. Save! . ..

PIANO
DRO5'OUTSI
How to Ploy thePian
Despite Years of Lessons
Two years of testing have produced a new
course in making music. This course is based on
an amazing breakthrough in piano instruction,
and it is intended for people who can at least
read and play a simple melody line of notes.
This new technique teaches you to unlock your
natural ability to make music. You will learn how
to take any melody and play it a variety of
ways:krock, folk, swing iazz, semi-classical,
bolero . . . you name it . . . just for the sheer joy
of it! By the end of this 8 lesson course, you will
know how to arrange and enrich o song so that
you won't need sheet music or memorization.
How well you play depends upon practice, of
course.
Come and experience this revolutionary new
way of bringing adults back to the piano.
FREE DEMONSTRATIONS will be
held Monday, October 22. and

$14.99 TIMEX LED digital alarm
clock. Woodgrain finish. Save!

$1154

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

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