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February 07, 1978 - Image 12

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Page 12-Tuesday, February 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily
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$1 general admission
ENTITLES YOU TO:

Beer, bowling, billiard

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dancing to the Whiz Kids, jazz combo,

blue-

grass trio,

casino and carnival games,

Chaplin and Three Stooges

movies, caricatures,

arts and crafts exhibition, juggling, student

activities fair

popcorn, cotton candy,

hotdogs,

plus over $2,000

in door prizes including

stereo equipment, appliances, gift certifi
15 battery of the month club cards.and

cates

at local merchants

much morel

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HOW TO
IRON ON YOUR
T-SHIRT
DESIGN:
1. For BEST results, use per-
manent press materials of 50%
cotton-50% polyester. 100%
cotton materials will not hold
color after several washings.
2. To protect your ironing
board from staining, place a
cover of plain paper over the
board. Notebook or bond typ-
ing paper is good A
3. Slip your t-shirt over the
end of the ironing board so
that the side you wish to print
is directly over the protective
paper.
4. Cut decal pattern along the
dotted lines and place the de-
sign face down on the area
you wish to decorate. Pin pat-
tern securely to shirt along the
top and bottom dotted lines so
it can't slide as you iron. Place
another piece of protective,
paper over the design to pro-
tect the iron. Do not use
heavy brown paper.
5. Set your iron on "cotton"
and allow it to heat to proper
temperature. Be sure to use a
DRY iron. When. iron is hot,
press across the design with
firm, even pressure for one
minute. Be sure to cover the
entire design area. Let t-shirt
cool for about one minute be-
fore removing pattern.
*NOTE ON LAUNDERING:
Wash and dry with other per-
manent press clothes, using
proper settings and tempera-
tures. Do not use chlorine
bleach on any permanent
press materials. Colorsswill
soften with the first washing
to a slightly faded look. Colors
will not wash out if you have
followed instructions carefully.

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