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Page Six

,THE MICHIGAN DAiLy

Thursday, April 6, 1972

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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CONSUMER NEWS....
Looking sweet on the seat of
a bicycle that needs repairs

Women charge county
with unfair employment

rIARRiY CrH APIN

Bicycling is one of Ann Arbor's favorite
pastimes, as well as a prominent form of trans-
portation. However, when your trusty vehicle
breaks down, runs into a tree, or into your best
friend's new ten-speed, you've got to go some-
where for repairs.
Campus Bike and Toy, and Kiddie Korner
have been in Ann Arbor for many years.. The
Student Bike Shop just re-opened in a new lo-

cation, and Ann Arbor Cyclerie has been operat-
ing for a month. A student-run Bicycle Co-op
will open soon.
The following chart contains the prices of
the more popular types of repairs. The stores
say that prices may vary a bit, depending on
how difficult a repair job is and how much
time is put in, especially in regard to a com-
plete overhaul of a bicycle.

Kiddie
Korner

Campus Bike
& Toy

Ann Arbor
Cyclerie

Student
Bike Shop

Minimum charge
Change tire off bike
Change tire on front
Change tire on rear

.75

Adjust brakes, front and rear

Adjust derailer

Change bars, pedals, kickstand,
tape, cable

1.75
2.00
2.50
3.00
2.50
1.00
4.00
7.00
5.00
5.50
8.00

1.00
2.25
2.50
3.50
1.75
*
3.75

1.50
2.00
2.00
3.50
2.00-4.00
*
4.00 .

1.50
1.25
2.00
2.25
2.00
2.50
3.00
6.50
6.50
5.50
7.50

Continued from Page 1)
don't know the causes."
The Administration and Taxa-
tion Committee was ordered to re-
port back by May first.
"We want to remind the Board
of Commissioners that legal reme-
dies are available if the reaction
to our report is frustrating to us,"
Bouxsein said.
"a
Two hit in
picket lines
(Continued from Page 1)
A few minutes later other cars
began arriving and leaving the
plant. Demonstrators stood in
front of the cars, and yelled
"Scab" and "Strikebreaker" at the
drivers.
At this point, police arrested
two of the demonstrators, hand-
cuffed them and put them into a
police car. Police would only tell
Council meber - elect Jerry De
Grieck (HRP-First Ward) that the
two were charged with being dis-
orderly persons.
Later a car leaving the plant hit
the side of CPHA employe Edithj
Siegal as she said she was talking
to police. The car drove off and
was only stopped by demonstra-
tors who chased after it. Police
then questioned the driver and re-{
leased him.
De Grieck said last night, "What:
happened at CPHA shows the ab-
surdity of the city's anti-strike
breaking ordinance. The police ar-
rested two people involved in
picketing yet two scab drivers
who hit strikers were not put un-
der arrest."
De Grieck said he would bring
up yesterday's action at his first
City Council meeting next Mon-
day.

"If it is clear that the county is
not addressing itself to the prob-
lem we think we've found, we'
would not ~be afraid to file suit,"
she explained.
A WORDI
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through
Saturday,
April 8

Heads &

Tales

$369
5.98
List

True wheel

Lace and true wheel

5 or 10 speed

3 speeds

Overhaul coaster brakes
Overhaul 3 speed hub

6.50
6.50
4.25
6.25 $
7.75 1t

5.50
5.50
4.75
7.50

Complete overhaul

5 or 10. speed
3 speed
*-No charge with purchase
**-Charge varies

**
*

22.00
22.00

20.00
15.00-16.00

15.00
15.00

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++-Non-English

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Together with his band, Chapin played in the Village Gate drawing
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Centers for Cont. Ed. of Women and
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Every airline has First Class
and Coach reservations.
But Eastern has a third kind,
as well. It's called Leisure Class."
Here's how it works.
First, you buy a Leisure Class
ticket. You pay the same student fare
as you'd pay for Coach.
But we don't guarantee you a

Or, if the whole plane is full,
you won't get on the plane at all.
In which case, Leisure Class
is fantastic.
If you don't get on your sched
uled flight, we refund your money.
And put you on our very next
flight that has seats available,
free of charge.

Nor when the originally
scheduled plane is grounded due to
weather conditions, equipment
failure or equipment substitutions.
In order to qualify for a free
ride, youmust present your Leisure
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twenty minutes before flight time.
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