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Friday, October 2, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

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Hairstyling
To Please

Get Ready for Important News of One of the Greatest Store-
wide Sales of Famous Bran, Fresh for Fall Men's and Young
Men's Wearing Apparel

NOW 4 SHOPS
" ARBORLAND
. MAPLE VILLAGE
-'LI DERTY OFF STATE
" EAST UNIV. AT SO. UNIV.
THE DASCOLA BARBERS

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SE EK $50 MILLION:
Catholic bishops issue appeal

for funds to aid nation's poor

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CHICAGO (A") - The nation's
50 million Roman Catholics will
be asked to contribute $1 each
to an antipoverty drive at
Thanksgiving time to help the
poor help themselves.
The appeal, called the 1970
Campaign for Human Develop-
ment, was made yesterday by
the United States Catholic Con-
ference (USCC), t h e national
action agency of the Catholic
Church in America.
John Cardinal Dearden of
Detroit, president of the USCC
and the National Conference of
Catholic Bishops, told a news
conference that the d r i v e
would be more than just a fund-
raising effort.
"It must also provide the op-
portunity for recommitment to
the service of the poor," he said.
"Our goal must be not just the

raising of money b u t the
changing of hearts."
Contributions will be used to
finance voter registration, day
care centers, community organ-
izations and will provide seed
money for projects such as non-
p r o f i t housing corporations,
minority-owned and rural co-
operatives and c o m m u n it y
schools.
The director of the campaign,
the Most Rev. Michael R. Demp-
sey, auxiliary archbishop of
Chicago, said the drive to stamp
out the 'cause of poyerty will
provide resources that will al-
low the poor to "have both the
voice and t h e opportunity to
achieve their o w n self-deter-
mination."
He said the fund would reach
its goal if every Catholic in the
nation contributed $1.
"There are 50 million Catho-
lics in this country," he said.
"At $1 from every Catholic we
would have $50 million."
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

Io All Ann Arbor and All Southeastern Michigan

* CAR, BOAT and PLANE KITS help you
do it.
" So do BEADS-See our colorful selection.

Bishop Dempsey said funds
collected on Sunday, Nov. 22,
will be distributed to organized
groups of poor persons to help
them develop a variety of self-
help programs.
"The funds are to help en-
able the poor to move and as-
similate themselves into the so-
ciety that is as rightly theirs
as it is anybody's" he said.
Bishop Dempsey said a 0-
member national committee,
m a d e up of priests, religious
and lay 'persons, including the
poor, and a maximum of three
bishops, would handle fund
disbursement. Any group with a
self-help project outlined may
apply for funds, which-will not
be limited to the church alone.
One-fourth of the money rais-
ed in the national appeal may
be retained in the dioceses In
which it was collected to sup-
port local programs, the bishop
said.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2
Day Calendar
Astronomy Colloquium: Peripatetic
Mich. Astronomers, -Report on XIV
Gen'l Assembly of the I. A. U. -- II,"
P & A Colloq. Rmn.
"Pop's" Concert: Mich. Chamber En-
semble, Men's Glee Club, Univ. By m-
phony Orchestra, with guest artists R.
Herbert, E. Likova, J. McCollum, E.

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" So do GAMES-See our large game selec-
lion.
* So do BIKES See our Schwinn and
Raleighs.
FRIENDLY STUDENT SERVICE
CAMPUS BIKE & TOY

WANTED!
Chairman for
WORLD'S
FAIR
Petitions-OAC offices
2nd floor Union

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The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN f40 r m to
Room 3528 L. S. A. Bldg., before
2 p.m., of the day preceding pub-
lication and by 2 p.m. Friday for
Saturday and Sunday. Items ap-
pear once only. Student organiza-
tion notices are not accepted for
publication. For more information,
phone 764-9270.1

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ANN + raRBoR, n5 to1 M[HGAN

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Mosher and, W. Patterson, Hill Aud,
8 P.m.
International Folk Dance: Barbour
c1ym, 8 p.m.

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announces

Sale on All Demo and Used Equipment

CAMPUS APPROVED!
BOSTONIAN BLAZER

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Compacts
1-KLH 1 1-$159 Demo

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Tape Recorders &
1-Viking 77-$175
1-Ampex 761-$199
1-Revox A77

Decks

A Gigantic Storewide Sale Event
Involving Every Item and Every Department
EVERY ARTICLE OF FINE MEN'S WEAR MARKED DOWN
FAMOUS BRANDS ALL ON SALE WITHOUT LIMIT
Including every Department and every Artic[6 in our Store-on Both Floors. A SALE FROM END
TO END, consisting, of rore than $150,000 worth of America's Top-Grade Mens' Clothing and
Furnishing Store Merchandise-All Nationally known and advertised Mens' Sport Coats - Car
Coats ~- Top Coats - Jackets'- Raincoats (lined or unlined) - Robes - Leather Goods - Belts
- Suspenders - Gloves - Scarfs - T-Shirts - Pajamas - Slacks - Hats - Neckwear - )ewelry
- Sport Shirts - Dress Shirts - Underwear - Sox - Gift Items - and hundreds of articles that
space will not allow us to mention-All being thrown on the market for this Great Sale Event
in spite of today's EVER RISING PRICES. Come prepared to b u y Money-Saving Bargains! We
guarantee you will not be disappointed, but, we caution you to be early! FIRST COME-FIRST
SERVED-WHILE OUR STOCKS ARE COMPLETE!

New $569-Now $400

Turntables & Changers
1--Pioneer PLA-25--$100
Headphone
1-KOSS K-6
Were $26.50-Now $19.95
2-AKG K-20
Were $19.95-Now $13.95
2-SHARPE HA-660
Were $39.95-Now $15.95
1-SHARPE HA-8
Were $29.95--Now $15.95
1-SONY DR-3C
Were $13.95-Now $5.95
1-MAGNAVOX
Were $1.5.95-Now $9.95

Receivers Amps & Tuners
2-Sony 6060-$299
1-Sony 6050-$229
1-Dyna ST 120-$125
1-Dyna MK 11-$50
1-Fisher FM 200B Tuner-$85
1-Pioneer SX-3007 Demo.-$125
1-Scott Mono Tuner-$15'

PLUS SALE ON ALL DEMQ-SONY, MAGNAVOX & HITACHI PORTABLE & TABLE RADIOS

Be at ease and casually correct in the classic Sahara
Boot from the Bostonian Blazer collection. Fashioned for
deep-down comfort in brush-clean Sand Buck with long-
wearing genuine natural crepe soles and heels. Campus
approved and campus priced!
$19.95
CAMPUS BOOTERY

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3rd AND MONDAY OCTOBER 5th
To arrange our store a nd merchandise stocks
Engage and train extra help, complete final plans and

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STOP! THINK! IMPORTANT SAVINGS! on FAMOUS BRAND MENS' and YOUNG MENS' Fresh,
new FALL and WINTER Wearing Apparel and Accessories. Our entire staff will be busy as Bees
all day Saturday, October 3rd and Monday, October 6th, MARKING DOWN PRICES on each
and every item of our Huge Merchandise Stocks. We have but One Object and One Goal and
that is to bring to the people of Ann Arbor and the entire surrounding Area a truly Remarkable,
Money-Saving SALE event to celebrate our new store! You h a v e WISHED - DREAMED and
WAITED for relief from tfoday's SPIRALING PRICES on High Quality, Famous Name Brand Mens
Wear and Furnishings. TICE'S again take the lead and now bring you SAVINGS in lavish plenty
during this GREAT SALE EVENT-DON'T MISS I T!

Ann Arbor Peace Action Coalition

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OCTOBE

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OVER 3 0 YEAS
SERVICE TO ANN ARBOR
TICE'S MENS SHOP was foundedrby Mr. Fran-
cis Tice in 1 938. His first store located on
South University Street, in space now occupied
by Ulrich's Book Store; and he has spent his
entire business life in this block, moving several
times within the block as conditions changed
to further improve.
He was joined in 1962 by a Partner, Mr.
James calhoun, who brought with him many
years of experience gained in the Retail Mens
Wear field in Ann Arbor.
Tice's Mens Shop was formed and has thrived
on the solid foundation of Public ConfidIence
and fair dealing-- Truth in Advertising--- pol-
icy of handling only the finest merchandise
available from the foremost manufacturers, de-
signers and markets in America--total custo-
mer service rendered both during and after the
Sale--thorough indoctrination into these prin-
ciples for employees dealing with the Public in
their name.
Just how well Tice's has achieved these high
standards mn be iudoed by their arowth over

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FOOTBALL STADIUM TO DIAG

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for Monday's Ann Arbor News for Prices
and full details of this Great Mid-Season
Sale Event!

If you want all the troops brought home NOW, say so by joining us after the foot-
ball game Saturday. The march will be orderly and nonviolent, and there will be a

rally on the Diag afterward with:

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HELP WANTED
5 MEN'S FURNISHINGS
SALESPEOPLE
MEN'S CLOTHING
SALESMAN
6 WRAPPERS

JERRY GORDON-Co-chairman, National Peace Action Coalition

MIKE STILLWAG ON and others

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