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i HE MICHIGAN DAILY

r ridgy, November 1 b, r v i a

LAST PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE
HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO
+ SAVE 50
ON
JONATHON LIVINGSTON SEAGULL'
ALL ANAIS NIN NOVELS
a TOLKIEN CALENDARS
II LAST WHOLE EARTH CATALOG
PAINTINGS BY RENE MAGRITTE
Loads of Other Titles Discounted Up to 50%
THE ART OF WALT DISNEY ............ 35.00-less 15%
KEN KESEY'S GARAGE SALE . ............ 3.95-le.ss 35% 45
VINCENT VAN GOGH .. . ......... 55.00-less 50%
JOY OF COOKING....................7.25-less 25%
ART OF ANDREW WYETH ............ 19.95-less 30%
THE NEW YORK ART SCENE . . 19.95-less 50%
REMBRANDT . ........ 50.00-less 50%
ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ORGANIC GARDENING 11.95-less 30%
RED BALLOON 4.95-less 25%
ALISTAIR COOK'S AMERICA 15.00--less 20% 4w
THE SINGULAR BEAUTY OF BIRDS ...... 35.00-less 60%
AND SO FORTH AND SO ON
CENTICORE'S FINAL PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE
NOVEMBER 18-NOON TO 6 P.M.
Centicore Bookshops 4
336 MAYNARD-Opposite Nickel's Arcade

I-a. Novembe............ .. :r a 9I - ,- ..

the______
bagpiper

The Friends of
FOLK MUSIC
for anyone who wants to sing,
play or listen to folk or old-time
music. Sunday 3-5 p.m. at The
Ark, 1421 Hill St., Ann Arbor
sans souci
522 E. WILLIAM
761-9891

A

new way to see
yourself ..
Store Manager...
and full time/part
times sales help
Our new Briarwood store needs you
if you have a good head an your
shoulders and a strong sense of style.
Just come into our South U. store at
1200 S. University or call Susan Cole
at 769-0060 for an appointment.

Strike paralyzes
PARIS (Reuter) - French wiches, went home or went hun-
shopkeepers turned Paris a n d gry.
other big cities into ghost towns Practically all shopkeepers ex-
yesterday with a massive 24-hour cept druggists and newsvendors
closedown of butchers, bakers, joined the general protest, which
grocers, restaurants, cafes and climaxed a week-long strike by
gas stations, grocers. The shutdown in Paris
The shopowners' nationwide appeared almost 100 per cent ef-
protest against new government fective and many other cities far-
price controls brought the most ed the same.
complete shutdown of French With farmers and wholesalers
street life in memory, though of- planning to sell their mounting
fice and factory work continued stocks of fresh produce direct to
as usual. consumers from tomorrow, the
fruit and vegetable retailers vot-
LUNCH was the greatest prob- ed yesterday to ease the situa-
lem for millions of city workers tion by suspending their indefin-
and they either brought s a n d- ite strike.
SUPPER SEMINARS ON
CURRENT WORLD CONFLICTS
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16 - 6:30 P.M.
"Historical Background on the
Middle East Conflict"
SPEAKERS:
DARRELL DYKSTRA, Doctoral Candidate in Middle
East History; spent Aug. 1971-July 1973 in Egypt
KENNETH STEIN, Doctoral Candidate in Middle
East History; spent July 1971-May, 1973 in Israel
AT THE
Ecumenical Campus Center-921 Church St.
SUPPER-$1.00 RESERVATIONS-662-5529
FUTURE SEMINARS
Nov. 30- Middle East: Current Conflict and Future
December 7 - Chile: The Struggle Continues

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Pari~s

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WE WILL BE
OPEN
THIS SUNDAY
and
every Sunday
until Christmas for
your shopping convenience.
SHOE SPECIALS:
UP TO 50% OFF

THE GROCERS, who felt most
threatened by the government's
price controls, introduced al-
most two weeks ago, opted to
await the ontcome of negotiations
today with Farm Minister Jac-
ques Chirac before deciding on
whether to pursue their shut-
down.
Some 2,000 striking shopkeep-
ers started a mass demonstration
in heavy rain in the heart of
Paris Friday afternoon to vent
their anger at the controls, which
they fear will drastically squeeze
their profits. The shopkeepers
federation proclaimed yesterday
"Operation Dead Cities."
Most city dwellers agreed the
merchants had achieved their ob-
jective. The total shutdown of
cafes in Paris cut the most vital
nerve of life in the capital,-forc-
ocing people to go without meals,
drinks or their favorite espres-
so coffee.
BUT A FEW food-conscious
Parisians still managed to parry
the strike in style. A young ac-
countant carrying a shiny box
told questioning newsmen: "My
wife gave it to me. I'm starting
with braised beef and potatoes,
then camembert cheese, apple
pie and wine."
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS
BRING RESULTS

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the hifi industry wouldn't be in existence if it weren't for the popular desire to listen
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Have we got
ski fashions
for you!
The newest. Action fashions that single
you out from the crowd. Men's form
fitting nylon jackets that flex and
bend like a second skin. The lat-
est in stretch pants to hitch to
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ionably cropped jackets to wear
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Famous names you know. Ready for
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Shown: For him - Sportscaster nylon
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Stag racer pants, $40. For her -
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Sherpa collar, $52. Matching bib over-
alls, $32.
Visit our new store
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,SPORT SHOPS
ANN ARBOR BRIARWOOD, I-94 at STATE 665-9131
W. DEARBORN . 22023 MICHIGAN 565-9150
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The pleasures of beautiful music await you...
why put it off any longer?
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Bernard and Cleo
are where it happens!
Happiness is being where the action is. That's why we plan a variety
of social activities for your entertainment. Take 'em or leave 'em.
Bring a friend or come alone. Either way, you'll enjoy the fun things
when you live at our place. So ... make the right move.

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