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THE MICHiGAN DAILY

Sunday, November 14, 1972

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For the young-
living and loving
go hand in hand
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A boy meets a girl. They fall in love, fall apart, suffer
loneliness, search for consolation and comfort...then
find each other again. 21-year-old Mary Lee tells their
story in 50 poems and 50 drawings with the warmth
and tenderness that created so much enthusiasm for
her first book, Tender Bough. Hand in Hand captures
the essence of pure emotion-a book to read, to re-
read, and, most importantly... a book to give. 8"x11".
By the author of Tender Bough
HAND IN HAND'
by MARY LEE _
$3.95 cloth; $1.95 paper
Now at your bookstore

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THE WEEKLY NEWS MAGAZINE
Indicate
eNo.of Wks.
ALSO AVAILABLE:PLEASE CIRCLE IF DESIRED

SPORTS ILLUSTR . .. 27 wks.-3.97. .1
LI FE ............. 25 wks.- 2.97. . 1
NEWSWEEK ........34 wks.-4.50. .1
PSYCHOLOGY TODAY ........ . ...1
ATLANTIC MONTHLY ............ 1

yr.-7.50,
yr.-6.00
yr.-7.00
yr.-6.00
yr.--4.75

NEW REPUBLIC..................] yr.--6.00

NEW YORKER .......34 wks.

-4.50.. 1 yr.-6.00

SAT. REVIEW .......34 wks.-3.97. .1
SK IING.1
GLAMOUR ......................1
ESQUIRE......... ..............1

yr.-6.00
yr.-2.00
yr.-3.50
yr.-3.00

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14
Art Fair: Michigan Uninn Ballroom,]
12-6 pm.
TV Center Film: "Understanding
Money: Taking Stock of Stock," WWJ-
TV, Channel 4, Noon.
Family Recreation Program: for facul-
ty, staff and married students, All
Sports Bldg. facilities, 1:30-5:30 pm.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15
SACUA Mtg.: 4079 Admin. Blclg, 2
pm.
Physics Seminar: J. Lys, "The Ab-
sence of Direct Channel Resonances in
Nuclear-Antinuclear Interactions," P&
A Colloq. Rm. 4 pm.
Oliver Wendell Holmes Devise Lec-
tures: "Rule Making and the Police,"
The Hon. C. McGowan, U.S. Ct. of Ap-
peals, D.C. Circuit, "External Prescrip-I
tion and Indirect Sanction," Rackhan
Amph., 8 pm.
Social Wk, Public Hlth., and Educa-!
tion: Workshop on Day Care for whole
family and Swedish "Together Center"
exhibition by M. Karre of Sweden; ex-
hib. at YM-YMCA week of Nov. 14,
CHRISTMAS
IN LONDON
JET AIR (Capitol)
Double Accom.
Hyde Pk. Area
8 Days & Nights
ALSO INCLUDES:
TRANSFERS
BAGGAGE FEES
GRATUITIES
FLIGHT BAGS
DEC. 22-30
$199 plus 10%
Call 6632044

8-5; tilm and workshop at YM-YWCA,
SMon., Nov. I5, 8 pm.I
ANNOUNCEMENT: Johnson & John-
son will be recruiting Tues. & Wed.,
Nov. 16, 17 in our off.: will be special
seminars for- minority students and
women Tues, at 10:30 and 11:30 am,
Ram 304 Mich. Union; call 764-7460 to
make a mps. foindiv. interviews.
SUMMER, PLACEMENT, Los Alamos
Scientific Labs. New Mexico; summer
jobs avail. for students who will have
BS by June. 1972 in n physical
sci., and math: det ails at SS 212 S.A.
B.: deadline Jan. 15.
The following schools will interview
prospective teachers in our office next
week: interview app intments can be
made by calling 764-7459 or at Career
Planning & Placement through Educ.
Div. receptionist:
Nov. 16 Garden City, Mi. - Sec. Ed.
(No Eng. or S.S.)
Nov. 18 Bureau of Indian Affairs In-
dian Schools - Elem Ed. only.
American Indians Unlinmitec Club,
Native Anm. Teach-In, Nov. 14, Angell
Hall Aud. B & C.
India Students Assocation, Nov. 14,
2:30 PM, Residential College (East
Quad) Auditorium, discussion meeting,
Guest Speaker: Mr. Vishnu K. Ahuja -
Consul-General, Indian Consulate, New
York, "The Crisis in the Indo-Pak Re-
lations, and the Foreign Policy of In-
dia" followed by a social hour at 4:30
PM, 6:30 PM. A Hindi movie "Jewel
Hhief, Residential College Auditorium.
Graduate Outing Club, Nov. 14, 1:30
PM, Meet at Hur~fin St. entrance to
Rackham. Hiking at Kensington Park.
Women's Conununity School course
offering "Photography' Nov. 16, 4:00
PM, Room 332,. Micig an;; Union.
Campus Crusade for Christ, Nov. 17,
:00 PM, Hill Auditorium. Guest: Andre'
K1le, America's Leading Illusionist.
'rickets on sale at Union and Fishbowl.
Advance, 1.50 At door $2.00. Title of
Program: Umnasking; the Unknown''

Organizers hope a national
youth platform will be formulated Sens. Hubedt Hum eusk e(D-
at the conference, as well as plans Maine) have also requested to be
for capturing delegate seats to
b~ihnatona paty onvntins.placed on the program, according
both national party conventions, to Manning.
Aimed primarily at college stu-
dents. the conference is sponsor-! "We're planing to build a na-
ed by a national group, the As- tional network of youth,' s a y s
sociation of Student Governments Manning, "so that we can organ-
(ASG), which is based in Wash- ize around candidates and issues."
ington and claims 380 member I Although none of the y o u t h
colleges. platform has yet been formulat-
Although the University's Stu- ed, Manning says planks against
dent Government Council d o e s the Nixon Administration, against
not belong to ASG, one of the 100 the Indochina war, against en-
member sponsoring committee is vironental exploitation and for
SGC President Rebecca Schenk, minority rights, "will certainly be
who says she expects SGC to help included."
organize students to attend the
conference. Groups Manning says are sup-
M9ike Manning, executive vice- porting the conference include the
president of ASG, lists a number Vietnam Veterans Against t h e
of well-know political figures ex- War, NAACP, the Student Mobili-
nation Committee, the National
1tStudent Loby, and the Southern
?IS!S CENTER Christian Leadership Conference.

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By TAMMY JACOBS
Youth interested in working
"through the system" will have
a chance to organize at an "Emer-
gency Conference for New Voters,"j
scheduled to take place at Loyola
University in Chicago, Dec. 3, 4
and 5.

pected to speak at the conference,
including Sens. Edward Kennedy
(D-Mass), George McGovern (D-
Mont), and Reps. Paul McClos-
key (R-Calif), Allard Lowenstein
(D-N.Y.), Bella Abzug (D-N.Y.),
Shirley Chisholm (D-N.Y.) a n d
Don Reigle (R-Mich).

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National PO1itical unit
plans youth caucus'

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IFYO THINK EUROPE
WAS CHEAP THIS SUMMER,
YOU SHOULD SEE IT THIS' WVV INTER.I
oil
For your next holiday you can be in London for $190. Rome $199. Paris
$200. Or Greece $268.
These are just some of TWA's low round trip fares for youths between the
ages of 12 and 25.
Who knows how much longer they'll be in effect, so for more details call
TWA.
And to help you save money when you're on vacation, send for TWA's new
Getaway* Kit.
It's free and it will tell you where you can get...
BED, BREAKFAST AND SIGHTSEEING
FOR ONLY $4.30 A DAY.
Only TWA offers you the Stutelpass.* It is a book of vouchers you can buy
for 10,15, 20, 25, etc. days for just $4.30 a day
Each voucher entitles you to a bed, breakfast and sightseeing in 50 Euro-
pean Cities. No advance reservations necessary
The kit also tells you where to..
RENTA CAR FOR JUST $3.65 A DAY.
In over 15 European Cities, you can drive a car all around the city for just
$3.65 a day, plus gas and 41/20 per kilometer.
And how to save money with...
SPECIAL SKI TOURS.
TWA has some of the lowestpricedski tours toVail, Aspen, and Steamboat.
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The kit also tells you how to get a...
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You'll receive an application blank. There's no minimum income require-
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Use your Getaway Card to charge airfare, Stutelpasses, tours, almost
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Now what's even easier than getting away for the holidays, is getting a
Getaway Kit.
Just use the coupon.

T EI"SUE IS MONEY!!
Millions of dollars. not just 25c or 85c a term.
We pledge, if elected to SGC, to mobilize opposition to the pro-landlord, anti-
tenant, pro-business, anti-worker, anti-student flat-rate city income tax question.
We will support efforts to bring FAIR taxes to Ann Arbor.
OTHER CANDIDATES SHOW NO INTEREST IN THESE
QUESTIONS. BUT PERHAPS THIS AD WILL CHANGE THINGS.
Some "naive" SGC candidates want to "save" you 25c a term. Why? To cripple
SGC, to make it powerless to fight for students.
THEY SHOW NO INTEREST IN SAVING US THE UNIVERSITY SUBSIDIES TO ROTC
AND BIG BUSINESS. THEY WANT THESE TO CONTINUE.
WILL THEY FIGHT FOR FAIR TAXES? FOR REORDERING U PRIORITIES?
WE WILL
RADICAL PEOPLE'S COALITION (SGC)
Stieber Nishioka Silverstein Teshima Griffin

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ANNOUNCES AN

AUCTION

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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14th AT 2 P.M.
* EXHIBIT STARTING AT 1 P.M. *
At WEBER'S INN
3050 JACKSON RD., ANN ARBOR
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Vasaroly, Picasso, Max, Rembrondt, Lautrec, Alaux, Weintraub, Viko, Menguy, Marini,
Bolotowsky, Challenger, and many others.
CaTlo esIv"ilabCI
A BSOL UTELY GUARANTEED TO BE GENUINE AS DESCRIBED

Auction Conducted by Albert Scaglione, Ph.D.
Director of PARK WEST GALLERIES

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31 3-354-2343

The
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A beautiful gift
for a beautiful girl
this Christmas
Engraved with her
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at n9 extra cost
° only eight dollars
as shown,
in GOLD-FILLED
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