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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, March 26, 1971 '0

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Dtaily /sifles
PERSONAL PERSONAL
DO YOU NEED use of a cr, bit cani- M PIN BOWLING. Sun I p iz.n -id1
not afford one? COtart 663-816'7 to Union, ct;1 64
fend out how you (an lease an ex- -
cellenitlyv recond, car for very low REWARD in a ny form, boo/c, dope, or
rates. You have optiion to buy with sex. For informalion on ally old
log-er wrrnt01~F661 house <aail.,ble fur fall, . all Gary or
Paul, 769-6999. I)F621
T-G at Nu Sigmal~ Nu Medical' Frater-.
nity-, 1912 Gedldes. Friday, 26, at 6:00{ MICHAEL McGILL-- SOC 3816i3
p.m. 32F62
!MCAT EXAM-Special 1 itoring courac
WHY BUY 4 :a:as-pzroduced weddingl being formed to prepare f'or May 1I
bands?-' Have yours perso nally design-a exam. For iiiforaii (aill 151 -5265.'
cd. Order niow for smm er. lieasorn- 561"7C
able lprices.GCall Than, 76;9-7550 aftr-
4:00. Fi?9 PR.VATE JEWELRY CI .ASSES. Ten wk.
- -- ~course beginning in M~r('hl. $40.00.
STOP BY and buy at Students Crafts Call 665-4915 for iiilornaiion, 187F53
Fair, 10 a.in.-lOpin,. this Sait: 27 at
Union Bairoom (Creative Arts). NEVER rinse dishes again (if you've got

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inwall wasig, etc. Five years of,
e-xperience. Call 662-473t6. FD
YOUR DRUGSTORE away from home.
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. University.
cFt c
WANTED: land for Renaissance-style
faiire. Please call Enid or Chris, 665-
2752. 59F62
HIDE-OUT 343 Maynard, 662-6845. Pro-
fessional LEATHER REPAIR -We}t
fix aill repairs except heels and soles.
Call for informnat ion. 87F91
S"TUDENT DOING WORK ON SENIOR!
TH'IESIS, NEEDS TO CONTACT THOSE
ARRESTED DURING THE LS&A SIT-
IN 9/ 69. If you were involved (espec-
ially seniors) please call CHARLIE at
761-6489. 63F62,k
NEEDED - woman to direct new Wo-
men's Liberation discussion groups.r
Call Sue, 761-6084, 83F62
CUSTOM SANDALSF
We Make and Guarantee for 2 Yrs.
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Come On In
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on life. WAVE OF THE FUTURE#
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stoned accessory you can dream up-
and at a discount. Remnember-Tom
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bedmen. cFtc
WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS in a
style you can dig. Custom designs.
To do your thing call 761-0942 any-
time, day or night. 5TF48
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted, willing
to do 3-10 hrs. of graphic layout work
each week' in exchiange for rent. No
experience necessary. 663-1019 after
7, ask for Jim. dF65
WOMEN recently fired from Baskin-
Robbins on West Stadium. Please call1
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MAGIC IS FV~N !
You should have a, juaician at y our
next party. Call Bill 764-0731. CI~tc
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For sim ple passports-_ o to ANY stui-
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Phiotographer, call 761-9452. CFtc
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presently interviewing for summer
program. Must be able to travel and
work 13 weeks. Starting April 30-July
31. GUARANTEED SALARY $2,000
PLUS TRAVELING EXPENSES. Int er-
viewing March '25, 31. April 8, Phone
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212 SAD3. 71F'72
WATER BEDS- don't consider this a
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j the couple. 50 yr'. guarantee. All sires.
Lowest- price anywh:Iere. Willing to
mak ie deals on 5 o iiirc.Four Rivers
jCo. 769-8235. ~t
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Onl everyt hinig! Student Book Service
341F67
NEIL--If at whole car' costs $700 and
there are over 10,000 parts to it, then
the left door, which by the way you
promiised Inc. would cost 7c oar 14c it
I take the ha ndil' too. 41ecba> i ic o
not, I want the door.-..Mother.
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WOULD LIKE babysitting in may apt.
Univ Terrace. 769-5549. 59F21
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SUVM~MER: Detroit Depiartur'es

Peace
("'on 11111 mcd IrorIm pn go1)
01) May 2 the coalition is
sponsoring da1m1ass5rally inl
Washington during which the
SCLC miule tr'ainl, which is
scheduled to leave N~w York
April 4 and proceed down tihe
East coast, will ar'rive in Wash-
ingtonl.
At the rlly NWRO and SCLC
will pr'esenlt demands to Pl'e-
sident Nixon, including i mn -
mnediate Amierican withdrawal
f ront Vietnam and tihe adoption
of a guar'anteed annual income.
The Pentagon has been sug-
gestd as a target for the Coali-
tion's demonstrations on May
3 and 4 but the site is not yet
definite. Exact tactics have not
been decided upon either, but,
they will probably Clntail sur-
rounding the target with a large
mass of people, according to 01'-
ganizer's.
The or'iginlatot' and prime
force behind the March on
Washling?/on of April 24 is the
National Peace Action Coalition
(NPAC).
NPAC is basically all offshoot
of New Mobe anld seeks "to ap-
peal to those for'ces other groups
can't" according to B3ob Schwartz,
a NPAC organized in Washing-
torn. "We're prlobably now the
strongest coalition in tile anti-
war mlovnellt.' he adds.
Tile'martches oil Washinmgtonl
an~d San Francisco have been
endorsed by a wide range of in-
dividuals and organizations, in-
eluding anth1101 Joseph Heller
(who wrote "Catch 22") critic
Clive Barnes. and t he California
Federation of Teachers.
"It's shaping up to be just
tr'emenldous," says Schwartz.
"It will be mluch hl'rger' thanl
Nov. 15 was.
'"Ihis time we have just ani
amazing; chance to bring out
mlillionls of ple. I think that
anybody whlo sup~por'ts the(anti-
war mlovenlent is goinlg to take
par't in April 24," lhe says.
NPAC members believe t h e
mlar'ch is the type of tactic that
will attr'act the gi'eatast numi-
ber' of p~eople to tilt peace move-
mlen~t. They have vote~d not to
support the mfore mlili tant plans
of the People's Coalitio01n01olt'e
May Day Tribe.
The May Day 'Tri be is tile
mostitlilitant organlize'r of tihe
spring offensive. The Tribe wvas
formed last fall by pe(ople who
were inter'ested ill organlizing
some sort of miilitanlt actionls in
Washington during May. Since
tih('n the Tribe has gainled tihe
stuppot; of the student se'gmentt
(If the People's Place Treaty
movement.
Tile Tribe includes sever'al
pleople--- such as xvatll(rwomtan
Carol Evans and "Chicago 7"
t rial defendanlt Renni' Davis-

units set actions

who are also mem'lber's of t ih e
People's 'Coalition, but there is
a basic split between the two
groups over' tactics.
The Coalition is organizing
around non-violent civil disob-
edience while the Tribe is advo-
cating "nonviolent direct action"
whlich is a more militant form of
disruption.
"We ar'e not planlning o u r
scenar'i(o around the Tiribe's
scenlaio, but whenever possible
tile two groutps will work to-
gethler," says the spokeswoman
for tile Coalition.
"The People's Coalition can't
really r'epr'esenlt the tone and
political outlook of the student
peace treaty conlference," s ay s
Brian Spears '71, a memnber of
Students for the Peace Treaty,
tile University gr'oup that helped
organize the national confer-
(>1ce.
The Tribe's basic str'ategy for
the Washington demonstrations
(If May 3 and 4 is to have each
r'egional and special interest
gl'outh iat conles to Washing-
toll choose a target, such as
bridges, traffic arteries and gov-
Ot'tlllent buildings, and disrupt
it.
The Connlecticut group plans to
disr1up~t the Justice Department
to dramatize the Seale trial. The
veterlans may hit the Pentagan,
but othet' targets are yet to be
decided oni by the var'ious con-
tin',_elnts. inceluding tile s t a t e' s
group.
However, the principle behind
tile citi spring offensive is
that. it should appeal to anti-
w ar peop~le of all levels of mili-
tanIcy.
Even NPAC and tile May Day
Trib(' are not opposed to one
anotilel's lians. Says one Tribe
membet'. "We think 'the March
Onl Washlington is a good thing
for pleople who have nlever' been
inv'olved 01' don't understand the
1110 ency (It tilesituation.'
The( People's Coalition agreed
to co-sponsor April 24 in or'der'
10 help hleal the split that had
developed between NPAC and
thet suppor'ter's of the May de-
mons1tria tions over thea conflict
ill timlinlg of tile two events.
Organizers pre(viously argued.

that, the proximity of the dates
of the two e'venlts would dimin-
ish the turnout for each.
So far or'gan~izer's have run
into few problems with the gov-
ernment in obtaining facilities
for the Washington a c t i zDrn s.
They point out that it is the
government's tactic to avoid
approving parade routes, tha use
of parks and the like until the
last minute.
However, they are confident
the gover'nment will eventually
grant than access to neces-
sary facilities.
At tile University, SMU has
set-up a table and is selling bus
tickets to Washington for April
24 at $25 each. They are also
circulating a petition asking
President Robben Fleming to
allow students who attend t h e
mar'ch to make up any exams
they mfiss during that time.
Nobody seems to have any
concrete plan~s yet for demon-
strations locally in' honor of
King, though Welfare Rights
Organization is wor'king on plans
for a teach-in. Campus groups
are pr'imarily concerned t h a t
black and other minority or~-
ganlizationls in the comnmunity
be allowed to organlize actions.
"One reason we haven't gone
ahead to do something is that
we haven't talked things over
with the community groups,"
says Spears.
Another reason is that Stu-
dents for the Peace Treaty is
rather disorganized at this point.
"We haven't been able to get
oft' the ground." says Spears.
However. members of Students
for the Peace Treaty seem fair-
ly certain the group will pull
toIgether' after the SGC refer-
enldum to work on plans for the
May demonstrations, both lo-
cally and in Washington.
Some Ann Arbor comnmunity
groups are still uncertain exact-
ly how they will react to the
spring actions. "At this point
there is still information comi-
ing in and we're waiting." says
Barbara Fuller, a member of
Intce'-faith Council for Peace
and one of a group of American
citizens who recelntly visited the
Par'is peace talks.

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UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY, BURTO N TOWER, ANNI ARBOR, MICH. 48104
* (Hours: Mon. through Fri., 9 to 4:30; Sat., 9 to 12. Phone 665-3717)
(Also at Auditorium Box Office 1 12 hours before performance time)
1949: ~ o.- I~i tcabe Carburetor modified. Sunvisors swivel mounted. Engine horsepower increased eb
-,oic .Seering damper introduced. New car jack. 5..
ileax carburetor in'rouced. Armcrest with passenger grip Broke moster cylinder wiih 19w n~ic upr I
Dashboard simplified. introduced. reduced inside diameter. 196:ced pee.mer~nt4
Starting crank hole dropped. Front axle needle bearing ited. Brake shoes modified. reh.orentangste
1950: H-ydraulc brakes intro- 1961: Engine horsepower in- idhedwpe ldse added.
(i ,ced. creased by 10". 'e Exhaust emission control syses
No ie mu"-. r. o heatirng ducts Non-repeat starter slic Rear seat back now with tie- introduced.
addoed. added. downlstrap. Shift lever relocated.
Air coo i eriiu)ss'u'cally Fuse box now transparent. Front seat backs thinner and Handbrake levershiortened.
cotold. ot c.Corburetor preheating. Tmo ttal conto Speedometer and fuel gouge
F-uel n lxure la dvici a e Cooling copacity increased. Throatclyosole combined in one housing.
itroduced. eGenerotor engine ratio de- cooling flops replace throttle Wiper blades enlarged.
1951: Vent baps aded o ronOt- creased. ring-. Fuel filler neck relocafed.
quarer odypo~ls.i :w caburtorwit, atomtic Levers now used for heater con- Bumper mounting hteight im- s
Fhead of inspectors no.w reports 'r -ke cadde d. wndhelradd. craed.
diractly to presiden'. Brake flu;d reservoir now irons- Cre idw nagd Front trunk lid shortened.
1952: Vent w~indows added. paurent. WRos nage.tary nob odded to glov*
Heating control by rotary knob. Pu sh-oin wire connectors. 1966: New interior trim and compartment.
\Vindowv crank makes 3 ' .turns Vacuum advance distributor. upholstery. 1949: Rear-window defogger
(formerly 101, turns). Windsheld washer system now Front seat backrests lockable. and defroster introduced.
Trarnsmission Synchronized. withmanual pum'p. Hubcaps are flatiened.a
Turn signal control movd t Crankcase ventilation system. H eadtight dimmer combineda adSerd. he ocigdvc
s'eering column. lTra~nsisson case now one with iurn signal switch. pee mrec lse added. Fotho eesi o
1953: One-piece reaiTrmranlsinnrodoeas, glove compartment.
introduced. Record sunvisor added. Center defroster outlet added. Monigfrea rnQpt;
brak flu resrvorreloated Passenger assist handle added. Slotted wheel rims,.mrvd
bind spare lire )formerly on Tread wear indicator do tires.
masir cyl inder}). 1962: Clutch springs reinforced. Modified sealing on main shaft. Backrest adjustment range in-
1954: Starter switch ir c oo Progressive vlesrns rn oso pign otnd creased.
Lowr hatr otles ow djut-New front-whseel bearing nut, Defroster outlets warm and cold
roawt gntin.lwrhetraulesnoddj- roller instead of ball bear-
I orsenower increased 20°,. ab'e'.necnetd
Oil bath air cleaner introduced. Pn'eumatic wirndshield washer Min oc nevletne Dyngtra-iwmro
Break-in driving requirement system added.Mitnastnera xtne aynigtrear-iw. mro
grpe.iro odsrn sitd to 6000 miles.stnadow
Fron hoo sping ssised-Inside release for fuet filler fierd.
Automatac threa-way courtesy Gas gauge introduced. Ballbjointsrnowaonifrontgaxle
Iglsi adden. Rear taillights enlarged. Electromagnetic idling jet no ybw frwrin ihs
Warm and roller ste erin g on carburetor. 1970: VW Diagnosis IMedi-ceri
1955: Flailing directional Sig- Man~tenacce-free lie rods and Modified carburetor. introduced.
pamunited low on frant fen- han dbrake cables. Cut-off valve integrated with Horsepower increased by about
tiers to replace semaphore turn Turn signal indica'or ligli fuel pump. 4°, .
i-ndicators. ch-anged from, red to green. Engine horsepower increased by Front turn signals enlarged.
1956: Chromed tail pipes intro - 16:[alnr iag [an 2513c. Reflectors now mounted on rear
duced. ont lahrie 1967: Lock reiease on backrest bupr
Acs-ustable front seat backcsintro- rloaed
cue.Rear heater outlets aajustabl loae dlockon lvecmarmn
Pseovrir"ow'ad. Frs-ihetninrduced. Modified air cleaner with 2 in- dor
Puhr vrrdr bws dda rtakeseaig nroue . Buzzer now sounds when door
Lu ggage space enlarged. 'N'FSwno gdsadd rmrestfodrv. is opened and key is left in igni-
1957: Tubeless tires introduced. 1964: License plate light en- Recessed inner door nandles. irntaesos.nagd
Front heater outlets moved back furgedi. Back-up lights now standard Airintakselselproved.
for beiter heat distribution. Crankcase ventilation now with eupet Fotsas-mrvd
15:Bkedusadsos poppet valve, ew ruip hdjsment. Oil passages increased in di-
195 raedum n sos Horn ring replaced by double Ewrakeut-sh2oW eratmen. ometer.
w.idened. lever. CEarlyecut-inw280W generator.
Rerwno n idhed HNumber of fuses increased to 10.Cabrtrnwhsilnb-
Fea wndo ad wndhied eadliner now oine piece. Twos -speed windshield wiper. psitlsr. oiid
enlarged. Front turn signals enlarged and Retractable self-adjusting front Shift cee ouiiped fo
Radio grille -movedleft, in front fenders reshaped. iapbelt. re uinlim red for
ccurve.Arpermeable leatherette seat Mvounting points for rear lap tru
F aiceieourmn ito Covers, belts added. 1971: The Beetle I11 $edlen.
ou ad.Enlrge leterpips.large-surface plastic operating flow-through ventilation system
1959: C utch sprngs streroth- As toi-atic choke improved. knobs. added.
eced. New battery hold-down strap. Reshaped engine lid. Horsepower increased 5%0.
Fon belt improved. 1965: Simp!$ed clu'ch adjust- i'eadlightgtasscoverelimiisated. Steering wheel lock more tom-
franc reinforced for grea't ner met. (;ear and rear axle ratio has perproof.
streingth. Modifedlcarbure'or, beeis changed. Oil bath air cleaner has new
1960: Dished steerin g wh1eel Fuon. shut-off valve introdu cedi. Outer rear-view mirror now thermostat regulator.
introduced. Clu)tch release ball bearing. standard. Oil pump enlarged.
Pushbutton door h andlas oaed. Cabl'e type window-winde's. Dameter of crank pulley ea- Oil cooler now made of alu-
Contoured front seat backrests, I;iin cables improved, forged, minum for more efficient heat
padded sue visor. 2-piece floor lcde rear-view mirror located 12-volt system introduced, dissipation.
mats and passenger footrest 3~ir. 200 mamcautch. Taillight nmolding now made of
introduced. P."c'itenaicicfeesrsteering box. Starter ring modified. anodized aluminum.-
Heater pipes enlarged. ?Iine lid counterbalanced. Starter motor increased in Charcoal fitter added tg COA094
Generator output increased. Pushbutlton now on engine lid, power, fuel evaporation.
For $1845, instead of a long list of options,
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