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FHE MICHIGAN DAILY

t-riday, Octobtr 1b, 1913

Page Two tHE MICHIGAN DAILY 1-riday, October L~, 1913

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DELI & COFFEE HOUSE,
Good Music & Good Food
DELI-6:00-7:00 p.m.
COFFEE HOUSE-7:00-9:00 p.m.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28
HILLEL--1429 Hill Street

BONAPARTE'S
RETREAT
TRADITIONAL FOLK MUSIC
ON SATURDAY NIGHTS
THIS SATURDAY:
J. P. Jenks
PLAYS THE BANJO
(among other things)
AND SINGS
802 MONROE ST.
(Guild House)
8:30 $1.50
for information call
663-4948 or 665-8774

ASSOCIATION OF JEWISH'
FACULTY & GRADS BRUNCH
OPEN TO EVERYONE

GOOD
MEETIN'
AND
GOOD
EATIN'

BAGELS-LOX-N.Y. TIMES
SPEAKER:
Professor Arthur Mendel
History Department
11 A.M. SUN., OCT. 28

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1973-74 Graduates.
October 30, 31
is the time
to talk -to us
about futures.
Yours.
And ours.
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We have openings in many locations throughout the U.S. To determine
if your background and our requirements match, please see your
Placement Director regarding an appointment with our campus
representative.
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An equal opportunity employer,m/f

UNIVERSITY PLAYERS presents
A SHOWCASE PRODUCTION
THE MARRIAGE OF MR. MISSISSIPPI
by FRIEDRICH DURRENMATT
Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 25-27
Arena Theatre, Frieze Bldg.-8:OO P.M.
TICKETS $1.00 THURS.; $1.50 FRI. AND SAT.
ON SALE AT TRUEBLOOD BOX OFFICE
OCT. 23-27-12 NOON-5 P.M.
ANN ARBOR GAY LIBERATION Q
PRESENTS
N HALLOWEEN
MAD S
WITH ALL THE SOUL Q
YOU CAN HANDLEQ
t The Costume Ball will be held at the 4
+ Women's Athletic Building from 9:00 C
& p.m. until 1 a.m. SATURDAY, OC-
TOBER 27, 1973
Admission: $2 And as Diana Ross put it:-
"SURRENDER !"h
i .::wn e... ~e "l, a~ ' 1" .".,..Jw.~r.ait .. l.«..L ".4..

AP Photo
Says he's neutral
William Ruckelshaus, who was fired last week as deputy attorney
general for refusing to dismiss special prosecutor Archibald Cox,
says he iq neutral on the subject of the impeachment of President
Nixon. Ruckelshaus, speaking at a Berkeley, Calif:, gathering,
was booed when he failed to fully support impeachment.
SOVIET JEWRY
and ISRAELI SOLIDARITY
PICKET LINES
The following Russian performers are official repre-
sentatives of the Soviet Union under the Cultural
Exchange Program. They are here to demonstrate
to us the culture of their society. We picket to bring
to light the other facets of the Soviet Regime--the
cruel denial of freedom to their Jewish citizens. Our
Soviet Jewish brethren demand the right to emi-
grate to Israel. We must support that demand here
in Ann Arbor!!
JOIN THIS PEACEFUL DEMONSTRATION
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28-Baroque Ensemble
RACKHAM, 2:30
PICKET LINE STARTS, 1:30
PICKET WITH YOUR CHILDREN

!Motion to.
recall Gill
killed by
SGC vote
(Continued from Page 1)
Hornstein claimed that SGC Vice
President for Academic Affairs
Debbie Flanz had direct knowledge
of the alleeged theft of a desk from
the SGC offices by Gill.
Flanz, when pressed by Council
as to what she knew, however, only
said, "I don't feel it is appropriate
to discuss this at this time."
Gill then presented his .own ver-
sion of the desk incident, explain-
ing, "I do have a. desk in my
apartment that resembles an SGC
office desk."
"However, I paid in cash with
my own money for it When fur-
niture manufacturers make desks,
they usually make more than one."
Gill also claimed he has a bill
of sale for the desk, and that his
desk has a serial number that can
rbe checked against the serial num-
ber of the stolen desk.
Gill also refuted a charge that
he loaned SGC funds to a student
organization without the approval
of Council-an act which would
constitute a breach of the SGC con-
stitution.
Gill said that he shade the loan
during the summer, when the pres-
ident of Council is granted extra
powers, and that the money has
since been returned.
On the SGC agenda, but not act-
ed on, were proposals to:
-Send telegrams to Congress
urging Richard Nixon's impeach-
ment;
-Allocate $200 to the state of
Israel;
-Disband SGC;
--Reform SGC, by instituting a
committee system to streamline
procedural matters and by install-
ing a special voting machine to
simplify the complex voting pro-
cess; and
-Establish a special SGC revew
committee to c o n s i d e r other
reforms.

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Are Textbooks Boggling Your Mind

A. SMILE, INC.
AID COTION, INC. eFSENT
TD FISANNUAL OUTRAGEOUS

GOITEST

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Come to Ann Arbor's
Most Complete
Pleasure Reading
Center
Little Professor's
in MAPLE VILLAGE

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Big George's
SUPERMARKET OF
APPLIANCES -TV
STEREO-"CAMERAS
S IHome Appliance Mart

TOMORROW IS
HAPPENING WITH
JVC CD-4

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PICTURE YOURSELF IN A SMILE.
AND LAUGH ALL THE WAY TO JAMAICA.

i Four people you know are
i going to win round-trip tick-
ets to Jamaica. Wouldn't it be
a bummer if the only travel-
ing you did this year was tak-
ing your roommate to the
airport?
It doesn't have to end that
way.
You and a friend, any friend,
even your roommate, can be

one of the guaranteed two
winning couples in your col-
lege area. And it will cost you
nothing more than a smile--
actually a picture of the two
of you smiling.
You can use any type of cam-
era. Nikons and 25$ photo
machines are equally ac-
ceptable. Just have a photo-
graph taken that will show

our judges your originality,
creativity, uniqueness and
personal smiling taste.
Then hand it in to a partici-
pating retailer listed below,
where you can fill out the en-
try form.
That's all you have to do. But
make sure you do it by No-
vember 7, 1973.

Pictures of all grand prize
winners will be reproduced
in a full page ad in Rolling
Stone Magazine.
Runner-up prizes will be two
complimentary pairs of A.
Smile pants in soft, wearable
cotton to the third winning
couple in each college area.
No purchase required.

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