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April 22, 1972 - Image 12

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Saturday, April 22, 1972

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$10.00 per month
N4O DEPOSIT
FREE DELIVERY, PICK UP
AND SERVICE
CALL:
NEJAC TV RENTALS
662-5671

SELL YOUR
BOOKS
AT THE
University Cellar
Mon., A ┬░ril 24
through
Tues., May 2
DAILY 9 to 6:30

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Ann Arbor Police (left)
watch as anti-war demonstrat-
ors moved down Washtenaw
Ave. after blocking U.S. 23 yes-
terday. Then protestors
swarmed around cars, block-
ing traffic for several hours
(below right). Earlier, during
a march through the city, a
Campus Inn employe came out-
side to protect the hotel's flag
from being taken down by
demonstrators.
Photos by Rolfe Tessem and
Tom Gottlieb.

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SATURDAY, APRIL 22--4 P.M.

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Business and corporate interests dominate the state legislature.
What about the people's interests?
Perry Bullard is not for sale.
VOTE FOR PERRY BULLARD IN THE AUGUST 8 DEMOCRATIC
PRIMARY. Fill out absentee ballot applications if you plan to
be out of town. (Available in Fishbowl or at 210 Nickels Arcade.)
Help with the campaign-Call 769-2406 or 764-4742.
PERRY BULLARD FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
"NO STRINGS ATTACHED"

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