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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, September 22', 1972

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, September 22, 1 972

Lebanon battles local
Palestinian guerrillas

FOLLETT'S
put-On Shoppe
F EATU R ING

All LS&A Students ... LOOK!
Advance ClassificationAppointment Schedules
WINTER TERM-1973

(Continued from Page 1)
Police asked a Tel Aviv court;
to order a remand in custody of
a former leader of the Jewish
terrorist underground, which
fought the British mandatory au-
thorities before Israel declared
statehood in 1948.
The prosecution alleged that
Arnihai Paglin, a bulky, dark-
haired man with a mustache,
packed a crate of arms and am-
munition destined for points
abroad-to launch a terrorist can-
paign against Arab diplomats.
But the court ordered police to
release Paglin early Friday, or
to return to court with harder
evidence.
In the crate discovered last
week at Lod International Air-
port, police said they found two
machine guns, two pistols, three
hand grenades and ammunition.
Another suspect, Brooklyn-born
Avraham Hirschkovitz, also has
been detained in connection with
the same shipment.
The Lebanon clash came yes-
terday as letter bombs addressed
to Israeli officials continued to
turn up in Africa, North and
South American and Europe.
Police in Brussels sad they in-
tercepted two more bombs be-
fore they got to the Israeli Em-
bassy. Police said the two letter
bombs were similar to the one
that killed an Israeli diplomat
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in London on Tuesday.
AThe Israeli Embassy in Buenos
Aires received five explosive en-
velopes, but security teams dis-
mantled them.
In Canada, letter carriers are
demanding government protec-
tion from this latest terrorist
threat and suggest a check of all
mail from Arab countries and
from the Netherlands, where
many of the recent bombs were
postmarked.
A police spokesman in Jeru-
salem said 12 explosives-laden
envelopes have been receivedin
Israel so far, most of them ad-
dressed to officials of the Jewish
agency that handles Israeli af-
fairs among world Jewry.
All the bombs were rendered
harmless by police experts, he
said.
No guerrilla organization has
claimed responsibility for the
murder-by-mail campaign, but
police reported that some of the
letter bombs contained leaflets
of the Black September group,
which organized the Munich mur-
ders.

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While-you-wait and watch
" Names * Numbers * Clubs * Dorms
e Organizations aSororities
9 Fraternities * Teams * Novelties

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Office of Underclass Advising, 1213 Angell Hall

ADVANCE CLASSIFICATION GROUPS FOR LS&A FRESHMEN and SOPHOMORES
sophomores) will be held between October 16 and November 28. Appointments for
will be made according to the following schedule. An equal number of spaces in each
available for each alphabetical division..

(except BGS
these groups
group will be

IT'S FUN AND IT'S AT
State Street at North U.

Students whose last names begin with:
A-G .
H-N
M-R
S-Z
Pre-Business, Medical Technology, and
Physical Therapy

Make appointments on:
Monday, October 2
Tuesday, October 3
Wednesday, October 4
Thursday, October 5
Friday, October 6

Students not making appointments on their scheduled day may sign up for Advance Classification
groups in 1213 Angell Hall beginning October 9.

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Junior-Senior Counseling Office, 1223 Angell Hall
In an effort to reduce the confusion and the chance for error duruing the Preclassification period,
the dates upon which completed forms may be turned in to 1223 Angell Hall will be staggered, ex-
cept for Seniors graduating at the end of Winter 1973, no materials will actually be processed until
Monday, October 16.
Students may begin to schedulue Preclassification appointments according to the following schedule:

Group I
Group I I
Group )l:
Group IV
Make up date >

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After Tuesday also available at Salvation Records on Maynard Street 11-9 p.m.
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Group I
Group II
Group Ill
Group IV
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SENIORS GRADUATING END OF WINTER TERM
September 25-27 Appropriate departmental office
September 25 1223 Angell Hall
September 26 1223 Angell Hall
September 27 1223 Angell Hall
September 28-29
ALL OTHER SENIORS (84-plus Hours)
October 2-4 Appropriate departmental office
October 2 1223 Angell Hall
October 3 1223 Angell Hall
October 4 1223 Angell Hall
October 5-6

JUNIORS AND SECOND SEMESTER SOPHOMORES (55-83 Hours)
October 9-11 Appropriate departmental office
October 9 1223 Angell Hall
October 10 1223 Angell Hall
October 11 1223 Angell Hall
date: October 12-13

You must appear in person and bring your ID card to make an
group number, find your field of concentration.

appointment.

To determine your

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A HIGH PERFORMANCE MUSIC SYSTEM

GROUP I
Anthropology
Astronomy
Biophysics
C hem is try
Classical Archaeology
Classical Studies
Far Eastern Lang. &
Far Eastern Studies

Lit.

FOR
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American Culture
Communication Science
English
GROUP IlIl
Biology
Botany
GROUP IV
Anthropology-Zoology
French
French T.C.
German
Music
Psychology

Geography
Geology
History of Art
Linguistics
Near Eastern Lang. & Lit.
Physics
Pre-Professional-
1058 L.S.&A.
Mathematics
Philosophy
Economics
History
Sociology
Spanish
Spanish T.C.
Speech
Speech Correction

Psych-Speech-Hearing
Romance Linguistics
Russian & East European
Slavic Lang. & Lit.
Social Anthropology
Studies in Religion
Zoology

Social Work
Mathematics T.C.
Journalism
Political Science
Pre-Professional ONLY
go to 1058 L.S.&A.
Microbiology
Cellular Biology

A solid $370 off tihe list price of $814

You won't find a value such as this one in a retail store. Why?
Because their overhead is high and they must support a sales
staff. Hence their prices reflect these expenses. The MIDWEST
HIFI WHOLESALERS operation is a low overhead wholesale/
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prices. Buying a music system or components from us is for
those who don't want to pay the high prices of local hifi stores
or rip-off mail order houses MIDWEST stocks over 1h00 name
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This music system is selected from components of which all have
received rave reviews from trade magazines (such as Stereo Re-
view & High Fidelity) and leading independent consumer maga-
zines. The heart of the system is the Sherwood S 8900 FM stereo
receiver, a unit which has become a classic in its own time.
Power to spare with 96 watts RMS continuous power and one of
the industry's finest FM tuners characterize this fine receiver.
Featured is Sherwood's solid state ceramic FM IF filtering circuit,
measurably superior to crystal filters.
We chose the Audio Dynamics Corp. (ADC) 303AX speaker
systems-to compliment the S 8900. They list for only $90 each,
but they have won out in A/B listening tests over some very
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design which allow reproduction of deep bass while at the some
time preserving clarity and definition in the mid range fre-
quencies. They're large enough to use on the floor but light
enough to be shelf mounted.

For the records we have chosen the DUAL 1218 automatic turn-
table and the Shure M91ED hi-track elliptical cartridge, DUAL
is famous for their precision automatics and the 1218 is now
their best buy. it can be used as either a changer or a manual.
The Shure M91 ED is appropriate for the 121 8 as it is the best
of the Shure hi-track series. We include a handsome walnut base
and a hinged dust cover with the DUAL.
Audio Dynamics Corp. (ADC) 303AX's (pair) .... ....$180
Sherwood S 8900 FM Stereo Receiver ................400
DUAL 1218 Automatic Turntable.............155
Walnut Base WB-12. ...................... 1 1
Hinged Dust Cover DC-4............ .......... 13
Shure M 91ED Deluxe Cartridge... ... .......... 55
Regular List Price $814
WHOLESALE PRICE, COMPLETE ...... ... .........$444
Optional Walnut Case for Sherwood...................$ 16
Our price of $444 for this system is a value you won't find any-
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before releasing shipment . Shipment will be mode freight collect
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Remember, our prices make retail hifi stores and most mail order
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Actual appointments will begin on Thursday 5 October for Seniors graduating at the end of
Winter 1972 and forms Will be accepted in 1223 Angell Hall for priority processing beginning Mon-
day 9 October and continuing through Friday 13 October.
All other BA candidates may begin to submit forms for processing on Monday 16 October.
Approximately 175 non-graduating Senior forms can be processed each day, beginning Oc-
tober 16, and they will be forwarded in direct ratio to degree program population. In this way the
election of a degree program (i.e. BGS) in itself DOES NOT provide any unfair advantage. Once
d student has met with an advisor, and has an approved set of elections, the completed ELECTION
REQUEST form is returned by the student to 1223 Angell Hall.
OPTIONAL COUNSELING
Graduating Seniors (Winter 1972) must make pre-classification appointments (September
25-27) to get approval for the last semester's elections and to secure a concentration release form.
All other Optional Counseling students may secure pre-classification materials beginning Oc-
tober 1 in 1223'Angell Hall and may return the cocmpleted Election Request forms on Thursday 12
October for processing beginning on Monday 16 October.

BGS Students

B
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GRADUATING SENIORS must see Linda Fink (1223 Angell Hall) on September 25-27 to make an
appointment with the BGS counselor or another member of the Administrative Board and may turn
in preclassification materials to 1223 Angell Hall on Thursday, October 5 for processing beginning
Monday, October 9.
FIRST SEMESTER JUNIORS (Winter, 1973) may come to the BGS Fruitstand opposite 1220 Angell
Hall beginning October 9, identify themselves, obtain "Request to Continue" or "Request to Elect"
BGS forms, trade completed forms for validated Election Request materials and return those ma-
terials to the Fruitstand on Thursday, October 12 for processing beginning Monday, October 16.
FRESHMAN BGS students must make Group Counseling appointments along with all other L.S.&A.
Freshmen.
ALL OTHER BGS STUDENTS may, beginning Monday, October 9, identify themselves at the Frui--
stand opposite 1220 Angell Hall, obtain validated Election Request forms and return them on
Thursday, October 12 for processing beginning on Monday, October 16.

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