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Friday, April 7, 1972

fHE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Friday, April 7, 197 [HE MICHIGAN ~AlLY Page Seven

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CAMP SHOMRIA
THE CAMP WITH THE UNIQUE JEWISH CON-
TENT BASED ON THE PIONEERING VALUES OF

THE KIBBUTZ IN ISRAEL
July 1st-August 13th
Ages 9-16

6 weeks-$380
3 weeks-$200
or $70 per week

For Further Information Call: 665-8576

COME AND SEE!,
A BRITISH FILM OF AN
ABORTION
Narrated by Dr. J. C. Wilke, M.D., noted author
COME AND HEAR!j
Richard Jaynes, M.D., OB., Gyn.
Michigan Maternal Morality Review Committee
7:45 p.m.-Thurs., April 13
ANN ARBOR PUBLIC LIBRARY
343 So. 5th Ave.
FREE!!
The South and Southeast Asian Studies Center
announces a new course in
MEDIEVAL and MODERN
v INDIAN, LITERATURE
in translation
LING 499 ENGL 455-MWF 1
For further information call 764-0352
FREE FAST DELIVERY
of
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and
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With Our Famous
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* SHRIMP or FISH
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EA
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.~..rCO NSUMEII NEWS ~:::::::'7.:.:.
Records go round and, round
as their prices go up and up

By MARK ALLSHOUSE
Have you ever wondered if comparison
shopping really pays off? A recent sampling of
prices 1at five campus area record stores indi-
cates that it is possible to save more than a
dollar per disc depending on where you shop.
The University Cellar seems to have the
lowest record prices in the campus area. A

spokesman for the "U" Cellar attributed the low
prices to the fact that the Cellar is a "non-
profit store," thereby having less overhead than
other stores.
In close competition for the highest priced
records in the campus area are the Liberty
Music Shop and Discount Records. Liberty Music
Shops manager attributed the store's higher pric-
es to "plenty of service and good selection."

'U'
Cellar

Discount
Records

Liberty
Music

Follett's

Salvation
Records
3.49

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
FRIDAY, APRIL 7
Astronomy Colloquium: H. Alvarez,
"Type III Solar Bursts Observed at
Kilometric Wavelengths: The Interplan-
etary Medium." P&A; Colloq. Rm., 4:00
Mathematics Lecture: W. Ericson,
"Some Basic Concepts of Statistical In-
terference." 3209 Angell Hall. 4:00 p.m.
Win. W. Cook Lecture on An. Inst.;
D. Boorstin. Smithsonian Inst., "~The
Omnipresent Present," Aud. 4, MLB,
4:15 p.m.
Music School: R. Hammon, trumpet.
Muis. Sch. Recital Hall. 5:00 p.m.
Gilbert & Sullivan Soc.: Patience,
Msnd-Issohn Th., 7:00. 9:45 p.m.
Astronomy Lecture: C. R. Cowley,
"The Very Large and the Very Small,
Aud. B. Angell Hall, 8:00 p.m.; followed
by Visitors Night. Angell Hall Observ.,
till 10:30 p.m.
Dance Program: UM Dance majors,
Scho-lin Aud., SEB, 8:00 p.m.
German Dept.: Die Drei Groschenoper,
Trueblood Aud.. 8:00 p.m.
International Folk Dance: Bulgarian
Fok Dance Wkshp., Barbour Gym.,
8:00 P.M.
Music School: Opera. Power Ctr., 8:00
p.mi.
Musical Society: Shantung Tradi-
tional Music, from China, Rackham
Aud., 8:30 p.m.
CAREER PLANNTNG'& PLACEMENT
3200 S.A.B.
FSEE Eli'ibles: The U.S. Army Ma-
teriel Command is now interviewing
ca didat es for va riousnon-technical
positions iun seve al areas in the 'US.
A r^proseniative will come to campus
if we have enough students with FSEE
ratings of 90 or above who are intle-
ested. Tr-ining orograms start on May
15 and dune 19. Appts. are at GS-5
and 6 only~. If iliereidtec come to C.P.P.,
3200 S A.B.. or call Miss Webber at
764-7460 or 763-1'63.
I.B.M. CORPORATION will interview
in our office on Tues. Call for an appt.
if you are infe-ested in technical or
non-technical sales:
The lecture recital, which was to have
been given by Prof. Ellwood Derr on
"Keyboard Continuo Practise in the
Baroque and Classical Periods" at 8
p.m. Saturday. ApAil 22, in the School
of Music Recital Hall, has been can-
celed.
SUMMER PLACEMENT
212" S.A.B.
Kensington Metro. Park; openings for
Day Camp Director. Must have WSIL
chauffeur license, camping skills, etc.;
further details and appl. avail. Phone
763-4117.

Edgar Winter's White Trash
James Taylor-Mud Slide Silm
Cat Stevens-Teaser and
the Firecat
Rare Earth in Concert
Joni Mitchell-Blue
Moody Blues-Every Good
Boy Deserves Favour
Elton John-Madman
Across the Water
Carole King-Music
Bangladesh
Neil Young-Harvest

3.25
3.95
3.95
5.50
3.95
3.95.
**
3.95
10.58
**

4.09
6.89'
4.09
4.09
4.09
4.09
12.98
4.09

4.29
4.99
4.99
5.99
4.99
4.99
4.99
3.64 *
12.98
3.29 *

5.00,

5.00
**0
5.00
5.00

4.29

*
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4.29
**
11.98
3.59

YAMAHA
FOLK GUITARS
Now Sae Priced
All 7 models on display
including 12 string FG-230
$60-$1 85
Strings, Cases, Accessories.
10-50% OFF
DiGiorgio Classical Guitars
Now 50% OFF
Roger Drum Stands
50% OFF
Sticks, Pedals, Hardware, etc.
SHAR MUSIC CO.-3100 Platt Rd.
(S. OF PACKARD)
ANN ARBOR 971-8212

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JEANS
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STRAIGHTS
Leave it to Levi's
to come up with the

Superlatives could describe it, but let a
competent, helpful Quarry Photo salesman
give you the facts on the F-1.
NOW

AD COPY:

UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES

Canon F-1 w 50mm F 1.8 FD lens
Canon F-1 w 50mm F 1.4 FD lens
Canon F-1 w 50mm F 1.2 FD lens

$350
$390
$450

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26-30
31-35
36-40
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46-50
INCHES
1
2
3
4
5

1 day
1.00
1.15
1.30
1.55
1.80
2.05
2.30
2.55
2.80
2.80
5.20
7.40
9.40
11.20

2 dovs
2.00
2.30
2.60
3.10
3.60
4.10
4.60
5.10
5.60
5.60
10.40
14.80
18.80
22 40

3 days
2.40
2.90
3 60
4.30
5.00
5.65
6.30
6.95
7.60
7.60
14.65
21 10
26.95
32.20

4 days
3.20
3.90
4.80
5.70
6.60
7.40
8.20
9 00
9.80
9 80
19 10
2760
35.30
42.20

5 days
3 90
4 80
5.90
7.00
8 10
9 05
10.00
10 95
1 1.90
11.90
23 45
34.00
43.55
52.10

6 davs
4.50
5.60
6.80
8.10
9.40
1U.50
11.60
12 70
13.80
13.80
2'7.60
40.20
51.60
61.80

add.
.55
.75
.85
1.0$
1.20
1.35
1.50
1 .65
1.80
1.80
3.60
5.40
7.20
9.00

Special Accessory Package when purchased with camera

Canon Leather Case
Canon Lens Hood
Canon Flash Coupler D
Hoya UV or Skylight Filter

List
$24.35
$10.25
$ 5.25
$ 6.50

ALL
FOR
$32

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PRICE

VALUE $46.35
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