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He preferred to remain cool and nameless, ei-
phasizing, "I'm Joe Smooth, nobody touches me.
I'm not supposed to have any feelings-if you named
me it would ruin my image."
PAUL UNGRODT, president of Crown House of
Gifts, prefers the contemporary, slightly lewd cards.
"Our single best seller for seven years in con-
temporary cards says 'Candy is dandy, but sex'
won't rot the teeth.' It's the only one we re-order
year after year."
Not everyone, however, shares Ungrodt's en-
thusiasm for lines like "You are just a living doll,
much cuter than my Teddy, so how'd ya like to run
and jump . . . and hop into my Beddy?"
One student surveyed the selection of suggestive
cards groaning, "I am grossed out. I've never seen
such an array of disgusting cards."
Lovers snare no expense, gladly spending up to
$30 for roses.
'JOCKEY SHORTS embl zoned with the words,
"You Turn Me On," are a hot number at Wagner's
on State St. When the lucky recipient opens this box,
a mechanical plastic heart advertising "You Turn
Me On" will beat furiously.
Surprisingly, no embarrassed males hurry back to
exchange the flamboyant shorts for more conserva-
Salesman Pat Clishman says, "We've never had
any exchange except on size. Husbands even wear
them to play paddleball."
ENGRAVED PENDANTS, bracelets, and heart
shaped earrings are popular items this year also.
However, traditional inscriptions seem to be losing
their popularity. One of the more bizarre messages
Valentine peddle 7s find lovers'
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was engraved on a cross from a woman named Rose
ALTHOUGH SWANSON cites a progressively more to her boyfriend which read "From Rose, to a Thorn."
realistic trend in cards, the stores still continue to Smart shoppers bypass the throngs gladly. As
sell the fancy, red embossed cards dripping in senti- one woman says, "I already bought my cards a week
ment in long, flowery verse. ago."
While many sweethearts are content to let Hall-
mark express their affections, flower shops are also HOWEVER, UNGRODT reports that 65 per cent
reporting skyrocketing sales this season. of the Valentine's Day sales are in the last four days.
A saleswoman commented, "The fellas are buying He expects absent-minded lovers to mob the store
lots of roses. I hope the gals appreciate what these today pleading for cards with pre-dated envelopes
fellas are doing for them." that will conceal their forgetfulness.
Democratic hopeful speaks to
student audience at East Quad
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ing 25 places in Congress . . .
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saying that "this is the most di-
vided district I've ever seen.
"We've got Democrats who've
been fighting each other for years,
that's why Esch has been so suc-
cessful-he's been able to capi-
talize on this."
"This year is so right for pro-
gressive political change."
SPEAKING ON what he called
"people-oriented issues," Reuther
spoke out for ,a higher minimum
wage bill for Michigan, adding
that Esch is in favor of raising it
with the stipulation that young
people could be hired for a period
of six' months with a sub-mini-
mum wage. Reuther sees the six-
month waiting period as a disad-
vantage to youth, and plans to
Also in favor of tax reform as it
relates to the energy crisis, Reu-
ther suggested the formation of a
federal agency to compete with
the oil companies in order to bet-
ter inform the people on the real
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PLACE: SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
SCHORLING AUD., EAST UNIVERSITY
TIME: 7and9p.m., FEBRUARY 15, 1974
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says he supports in-
believes that "bus-
in this district."
REUTHER, originally from De-
troit and now living in Ypsilanti,
was an early advocate of both
the civil rights and anti-war move-
He attended Cornell University,
and in the summer of '64, he
worked as an intern in the House
of Representatives for the "Young
Citizen's For Johnson" committee,
which became his "first taste of
His education also included two
years at the University of Mos-
cow studying U. S.-Soviet relations.
He later worked on Bobby Ken-
nedy's campaign, and was the co-
ordinator of the McGovern pri-
mary campaign in Massachusetts.
- With strong family interest in
the labor movement, Reuther then
worked in a number of states talk-
ing to labor until his decision in
July of last year to run for Con-
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