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Dual, Shure, Sony, Zenith, Yamaha, Voice of Music, Superex,
Teac, Kenwood, AGS, Pilot, Jansen, Ampex, KLH, Dumont, JVC,
Fisher, Sherwood, Marantz, Toshiba
SONY 6065 JENSEN 6 TEAC 7010
Concertone, Dynaco, Stanton, Research, Lansing, LWE, Pickering,
Scott, Motorola, Acoustic, Viking, Norelco, Garrard, Dolby "B"
High Fidelity Speakers
After more than five years of development
"It's Electronic Suspension"
PICK-UPS POSE PROBLEMS
Area garbage collection gripes g rip city
(Continued from page 1) wake them up prompt
In the interim, the city contin- a.m., when they seem
ues with its older-style trucks and their rounds, the Ann
maintains a complex system of bage collector's day b
routings and collection schedules. seven.
The present collection scheme The Shoe-pack truc
provides back yard to back yard by the city is a one-n
service once weekly. At any given tion, explains John Som
time, 57 municipal garbage collec- who has studied the
tors are out on duty servicing 15 solid waste disposal pro
city routes. Of these, 12 require industrial engineering
four collectors each and three re- About two hours in adv
quire three collectors. The routes truck route schedule,
which require only three collectors two or three would go
are in commercial areas, Mammel pare for the truck's
explained, so that the garbage moving trash barrels fr
there is usually in "large two-yard dwelling units to the ct
copper type containers" which are Then, since the drivE
easier to handle than the small the Shoe-pack truck
trash barrels, which must be car- right-hand side, the
ried out and emptied individually. simply stop at each
Although many persons might trash barrels, hop out o
swear that their garbage collectors and throw in the garba
Week of the Six Milio
FRIDAY, NOV. 5 - 8:30 P.M.
HILLEL FOUNDATION 1429 HII
tly at four feature of this truck, Sommers faced with accumulating garbage cooperation as well as poor main- probably wouldn't be allowed to
n to make noted, is that the trash is thrown in University buildings. But gener- tenance by landlords and insuffic- 'give that information out any-
Arbor gar- in at the side and not at the rear. ally, student problems concerning lent collections. "Lot's of times," how."
e g i n s at Thus, there is no need for the garbage occur when they move L e s 1i e says, "there's plenty of Calvert Burgess County Wide
driver to run all the way around out of the dorm into apartments, space" for depositing garbage "if Service, a local firm, , has three
k expected to the back of the truck at each co-ops, fraternities or dormatories. it's used right." "regular" garbage trucks and one
nan opera- stop. With the traditional trucks, Although a 76-GUIDE counselor But, she says, "An additional full-time employe in addition to
nmers, E'72, however, the driver remains in- says he had heard of no com- Collection is something one could the owner. An employe, explaining
Ann Arbor side throughout the route and the plaints about garbage, agents of always push for." their work, said that "there are
blem as an crew throws the garbage. the University's Environmental And, if one wants an additional things the city won't pick up at
p r o j e t When the Shoe-pack truck is th Unesty Erment collection to s u p p l e m e n t the all and there are people outside
ance of the filled, the driver goes to the land-ath dat eret DPW's once a week solid waste the city who need service." The
a crew of fill site and dumpsthe and-jand the Mediation Service both pick-up, there are several willing Burgess collectors have no regular
out to pre- flated garbage. Meanwhile, crew poIts alocal private trash collection ag- schedule; they work "till' they're
out o pe- atedgarage Meawhie, rewplaints.
arrival by members could be preparing an- encies. finished or whatever, since it's a
rom behind other route for collection instead' At the Mediation Service Eliza- Each of the companies contacted 'home business,'" she says.
urbside. of going along to the landfill as beth Leslie labels this "an ex- by The Daily appeared to be thriv- Another local trash hauler crit-
er's seat in they presently must. tremely heavy year for problems ing-collecting garbage the city icized the city for inconsistency in
is on the The new trucks may c a u s e generally." She notes that her of- won't pick up, servicing areas out- its collection schedule. Jadwin
driver can householders some inconvenience fice received only about "4 out of side the city limits, and providing Root, proprietor of Root's Rub-
group of because trash barrels will be left 200" complaints specifically about supplementary service to those bish and Garbage Contractor says,
f the truck at the curb and patrons will have garbage since September, but that who are fussy about their back "if they let private enterprise take
ge. Another to remove them to their own back many people have garbage com- yard trash build-ups. over, there wouldn't be any of this
yards. Prior to the arrival of City plaints which are incidental to An employe at Grundy's Rub- nonsense."
Manager Guy Larcom, however, other factors. bish Hauling says that he didn't Root explained that his agency
Ann Arbor residents had to haul' Leslie says she had noted "many know a thing "about how the op- services about 30 apartment com-
in their trash barrels both ways-to dumpy yards" in driving around eration compared to the city's." He plexes as a supplement to DPW
and from the curb each week. the campus area. She attributed added "the boss is gone off to collections. The city, he claims, "is
The city makes no collection on this situation to lack of student Hawaii for three months and I messing up my schedule."
During last winter's strike by
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=University maintenance and serDA LO F I AL BL TI
vice employes, students were
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5 gell Hall, 4:10 pm. grad single women wholly or partially
LL ST. BILLIARDS Computing Ctr: R. Spinard, Xexox, self-supporting who don't live in Univ.
SD y aendar "The Changing Balance in Information residence halls or sorority houses; The
We try to be as
competitive as pos-
sible . . . We
o f f e r. "Package
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The original Hi-Fi Studio of Ann Arbor specializing in Hi-Fi com-
ponents since the dawn of the art--we are familiar with most of
the brands of Hi-Fi equipment in the world .
About service and waranties we insist on providing our customers
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M T W Th F
open 10 a.m. to
121 WEST WASHINGTON
English Dept. Lecture: J. McGann,
"William Blake," 1035 Angell Hall, 4
Yennie, cornell U., "Space-tk
Astronomy Colloquium: W. Williams,
"Atomic Lifetime Measurements," P&A
Colloq. Rm, 4 pm.
History of Art Lecture: S. Kos to,
Berkeley, "Fascist Planning of Rome:
The Master Plan of 1931," Audi. B, An-
downtown Ann Arbor
Across from Old German Restaurant
AlNew Jensen Loudspeakers
Jensen has accepted the challenge and invites you
to compare their performance against all other loud -
Hear them all at HI-Fl STUDIO
is now petitioning for new board members
To petition for the board, go to Room 240 Michigan
Union and sign up there for an interview to be held
November 9. Also fill out an interview sheet and
return it to Room 240 by Monday, November 8.
Systems," Chrysler Ctr. Aud., 8 pm.
k Astronomy Visitors' Nights: W. Ful-
lerton, "Sunspgts and Starspots," film,
"Mariner Mars," Aud. B, Angeli Hall,
International Folk Dance: Barbour
Gym, 8-11 pmn.
UAC Soph Show: "The Pajama
SGame," Power Ctr., 8 pm.
Rive Gauche: Greek Night, 1924 Hill
Enxironmental Health Seminar: E.
Boettner, "Holography As A Tool To
Study Particle Dynamics," Mon., Nov.
8, Sch. of Pub. Health II Aud., 1st Fl,
Attention Women: Notice of Alumnae
Council Scholarships for 1972-73; ap-
plications : for following scholarships
and fellowships for women available in
office of Dir, of Alum. Activities,
Mich. Union; must be returned by
Jan. 14, 1972; recipients will be noti-
fied soon as possible after Mar. 31: The
M. L. Hinsdale Scholarship, for under-
L. H. Seeley and The B. Welker Schol-
arships, grad and under rad women on
basis of acad., contrib. to Univ. life,
and. finan. need; The L.E. Elliott and
The A. C. Lloyd Fellowships, grad wom-
en of any accredited college for acad.,
creativity, leadership; The '; B. Con-
ger Fellowship, any woman ;cand, for
master's degree for acad. and finan.
American Indians Unlimited, Native
An. Teach-In, Nov. 13, 14, Angell Hall
Ad. B & C. "Hunted Race' rock group,
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, Nov. 12,
7:30 PM. Tickets on sale now at Union
Gay Liberation Open House, Nov. 5,
7:00 PM, Canterbury.
The Musical Weekend of the Year
FRIDAY, NOV. 19th
You are invited to hear JOHN PLATT speak
on "The Great World Transformation" Sun-
day morning at 10:30, at a meeting of the
PLACE: 502 WEST HURON (Senior Citizens Guild)
Associate Director of the Mental Health Research Institute here,
author of a number of books and articles, Professor Platt's essay
"Diversity" (SCIENCE, 2 December 1966) begins: "I celebrate
diversity. Our research, our lives, our goals, our pursuit of ex-
cellence- are all too homogeneous
LAW SCHOOL INFORMATION
Talk with law students about law schools, the legal profession,
admissions, etc. Look 'fo~r us in the fishbowl November, 8-11.
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of titles like these from
Last Whole Earth Catalogue
Living on the Earth
Death of the Family
Pentagon Propaganda Machine
The Grub Bag
Come to the information meeting in the
LOUNGE, THURSDAY, Nov. 11, 7:30.
10-9 FRI., SAT.
The Wine ippe
347 Maynard St.
PURVEYOR OF THE WORLD'S FINEST WINES
ARM University of Michigan Film Society
POWER CENTER for Performing Arts
Pier Paolo Pasolini's film of Euripides' tragedy
two weeks after New York opening
SA TURDAY, NOV. 20th
Grow Your Own
these and all other new
non-text books j
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