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Friday, September 6, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Frda, epemer6,194 HEMIHIANDALYPae in

THE COUPON RACKI

The only game

in

Border guards get
town!Mob-set for this year's

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lines

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up

for football tickets

blues and jazz fest

the music studio
classroom and private instruction in
electronic music
composition
theory
Partial list of subjects covered during our 12-week course in
electronic music:
* Sound properties and acoustical phenomena
" Theory and use of voltage-controlled equipment
" Electronic generation and modification of sound
" Tape recorder characteristics and operation
* Studio recording, solicing and mixing techniques

,Continued from Page 1) bag sipping a Coca Cola, re-
a row. marked, "It's a community feel-
As of yesterday afternoon, the ing and it's something strange
ranks had swelled to nearly 300 and different to do. At the Uni-
people-seeking seats for a total versity you feel like a number,
number of 1300. but here among friends you feel
like you are something."
"TRIO'S TRADERS," holding Yesterday, Cal MacLean and
down the eighth position in line, company were bringing up the
represent the largest single rear of the line that wrapped
group with 108 people. The around the north side of the ice
Traders began as a group of arena . and stretched the entire
ex-Bursley Hall residents and length of Fisher Stadium.
eventually swelled to their pres-
ent size. According to one mem- LIKE ANY other group or-
ber, the group "is like a family
tree where nobody knows any- ganizer, MacLean was engag-
one out on the branches."' ing in the tedium of drawing
One woman in the group, ly- up a workable schedule for the
ing . leisurely on her sleeping 24-hour stay. -
Strike continues as
teachers consider
returning to talks
(Continued from Page 1) c gives authority to "meet and
teachers for agreement '0 con- negotiate, not meet and capi-
form all remaining issues to the tulate."
'terms of last year's contract. T
THE SCHOOL superintendent
IF AGREEMENT can some- stressed his attempts to cut
how be reached on rthe AA; A costs since coming to Ann Ar-
issues, there exists a further bor last year, and said that!
possibility for stalemate. Last with c u r r e n t inflation, city
night, Burroughs said a pro- schools would face a "rocky'
poseed school board plan to re- road ahead."
duce the school year 'y the Burroughs said that the teach-
number of days of the strike ers' demands were based less on
would "make a solvable prob- economics than on concern for
lem an unsolvable problem." maintaining educational quality.
Under the p 1 a n, tPacaers ,"Salary, we do not believe,
would lose pay for the days was an issue. We did not exceed
they were out on strike, with what they could reasonably ex-
no chance- to make u) the pect to pay. Pratically every
time. item in our package is of bene-
In stating the board's position fit to the kids," Burroughs said.
to the over 500 persons attending Last night's debate was spon-
the debate last night, Howard sored by the Parent-Teacher
said that collective bargaining Organization.

He and his friends, like many
in line, eagerly planned to skip
their first day of classes.
"Classes? What classes?
I We're here to get tickets to see
the number one team in the
nation, and that's the number
one priority," exclaimed one
person basking in yesterday's
sunshine.
WHEN LINES originally form-
CAMPERS RENT, SAVE
NEW YORK (A')- - Camping
families who want to travel long
distances cansave both time
and money by driving or flying
to a distant location and renting
a camping unit. Writing in the
1974 edition of the Rand McNal-
ly Campground and Trailer Park
Guide, author Connie B. Howes
advises that destination-rental is
a means of avoiding the invest-
ment-{maintenance cost of own-
ing a camper. It also leaves
more time for exploring the
area the camper wants to visit.
More than 1 million families
-representing an estimated 30
per cent of all recreational ve-
hicle trips in 1973-rented tent
and travel trailer, pick-up truck
and motor home campers last
year.,

ed Sunday, one person was (Continued from Page 1) "WE'RE JUST hoping that if
allowed to represent up to 50 The blues and jazz festival is people have it (marijuana), they
p e o p I e. Tuesday, Metzger's being held at the St. Clair Col- leave it in the States," an
rules reduced that number to lege Griffin Hollow Amphi- American officer said.
one for 25 with a final reduc- theatre just outside Windsor. Illegal drugs were openly used
tion to the Ticket Department's Starting with an evening per- at last year's festival held a
required one for four starting formance tonight, the concert Otis Spann Memorial Field or
yesterday morning. will run through Sunday. Ann Arbor's outskirts. Traffick-
The process repeats itself for! ing in drugs-ranging fron
juniors, whose tickets go on sale C A N A D I A N officials also marijuana to LSD and cocaine-
Monday, sophomores on Tes- pointed out that it is illegal to was also evident.
day, and freshmen, Wednesday. transport liquor across the bor- Festival sponsors predict tha
der into Canada unless those drug use and dealing will be
One scoffing senior had a dif- persons carrying the alcohol noticably reduced this year be
ferent opinion when asked why plan to stay overnight, cause of the border security.
he, too, did not join the over-!{t<
night madness. "Why the hell "Anybody taking liquor just "Whether or not people like it
shold wat i lie,"he aid',for the festival will be asked to 'this will be more of a concert
Should I wait in line," he said, leave it on the other side or' for music than a happening with
as long as I get a ticket I'll'have it confiscated," the Cana- a lot of drugs,' the MultiMedia
see the game." dian inspector said. staffer said.
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be conducted by customs per- Re a
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