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The MichigOn Daily-Thursday, September 29, 1977--Page 7

For Used, Rare; and Out-of'Print Books

Car and truck collide at Packard and State

WEST SIDE

By DENISE FOX
.The intersection of Packard and State
wps filled with shattered glass last
night when, according to eye witnesses,
a?-truck travelling east on Packard ran
tie red light and careened into a black
at traveling north on State.
The four occupants of the car and the
driver of the truck were rushed to
University Hospital.
The car passengers were identified
at: Ora Vanhorn, 36, listed in good con-
dition; J.D Vanhorn, 34, also in good
condition; Jacqueline Vanhorn, 7, in
fair condition, and Joane Vanhorn, 6, in
Fleming
presides
at punch
party
(Continued from Page 1)
basement of the 137-year-old man-
sion was open to browsing students.
For those of a more outdoorsy bent,
the gardens in, the back were also
open for perusal.
'"You can play frisbee here,"
remarked LSA sophomore Sean Fo-
ley, while eyeing the spacious back-
yard that most students only view
from the lofty heights of a Graduate
Library study carrel.
WHILE REFLECTING on his brief
encounter with the president, Foley
mused, "There's a line here just as
everywhere else."
'"He seemed pretty nice," said LSA
freshman Debra Milne of Fleming.
''Too bad we don't see any more of
him," added engineering freshman
Don Verhaeghe, "He's not around
much, I guess."
WHILE STUDENTS sampled the
refreshments or hobnobbed with the
Flemings, others stood about making
sure that no one would walk off with
Fleming's private copy of Woodward
and Bernstein's The Final Days or a
souvenir football from the first game
played on Tartan Turf at Michigan
Stadium.
While most students seemed im-
pressed with the president's resi-
dence, LSA -junior Nancy Fodor
observed that it "does seem rather
secluded from the 'U'."
"HAS HE READ all these books?"
asked Don Verhaege as he eyed the
shelves brimming full of books in the
library.
"It's a good show of public rela-
tions," remarked an LSA junior of
the annual affair as he scanned the
shelves.
ut the Flemings and their abode
w ren't the only attractionsx
=4'The brownies are excellent,
remarked LSA senior Jane Sevald.
So's the cider," she added after
pilishing off a cup of the hot brew
spiked with cinnamon sticks.
'o be sure, no one left the big white
house hungry,

serious condition. The driver of the
truck, Alwin Crawford, 41, was listed in
good condition.
POLICE ESTIMATE the accident
occurred between 8:00 and 8:30 last
night.
An eye witness said he saw the truck
driver run the red light at the intersec-
tion and then lose control of his vehicle.
"The truck went through the red.
light," said Ann Arbor resident Dick
Wines. "I heard a big boom and saw, a
truck hit the car and fly through the'
air."

ANOTHER WITNESS to the accident
was riding his bicycle down State when
the collision took place.
Josh Luce, an LS&A junior, said he
-saw a little girl dangling from the
smashed black automobile and rushed,
over to offer his assistance.
"I saw another woman in the car
bleeding pretty badly from the head,"
Luce said. "I held a jacket and then a
bandage on her head," said the visibly
shaken student.
JIM BUMSTEAD, a University;
sophomore who arrived on the scene

seconds after the crash said a little girl
was hanging out the window saying,
"Mommy, I'm scared."
Gary Droz, the supplier from Ralph's
Food Market, said he heard a noise and
rushed out of the market to see the
truck spinning from the crosswalk.
The Ann Arbor Police Department
said last night they were unable to
provide any details of the accident sin-
ce the officer's report hadn't come in.
Dalmatian is the only known Ro-
mance language that is now extinct.

BOOK SHOP
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995-1891
LIBRARIES & Individual Books Bought
Also Thousands of Quality
USED PAPERBACKS
% COVER PRICE
In Our Back Room
Fiction-Poetry-Philosophy--Droma
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Highland Announces its Audio

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ANYONE CAN MAKE A MISTAKE.
AT HIGHLAND WE PUT OURS ON SALE.
SATURDAY ONLY. 10. to. 9.e
OOPS! OUR BUYERS GOOFED! T00 MANY OF CERTAIN MODELS! SLOW-MOVERS! OVER-BOUGHT!
T00 MANY PRIOR YEAR MODELS! WE MUST PAY FOR OUR MISTAKES. YOU BENEFIT IN SAVINGS.
HERE ARE A FEW OF THE MISTAKES ON SALE. WE'VE GOT MORE!

John Wayne, Honorary
Crusade Chairman.

Maybe we'll
cure cancer
without your
help,
but don't bet
your life on it.
- he way it stands today,
one American out of four
will someday have cancer.
That means it will strike
some member in two out
of three American families.
-: To change those statistics
we have to bring the
promise of research to
everyday reality. And to
expand our detection
progra mand techniques.
And that takes money. Lots
of money. Money we won't
have-unless you help us.
lhe American Cancer
_ Society will never give up

AKAI CS-34D CASSETTE
WITH DOLBY SYSTE
Front-load is more popular,
so we have 945 of these top-.
load decks left! 2 VU-meters,
pause, auto-stop & more. They
didn't move at our discount
price so we've cut It more!.
$89
MARANT' HD-44 3-WAY
60-WATT SPEAKERS
Handles up to 60 watts of Inte-
grated program material...not
enough for many of our cus-
tomers, so there are still 707
left! If you can use moderate
power, now's the time to buy!,
$44 EACH
MARANTZ 2215 B
STEREO RECEIVER
Here's a perfect starter re-
ceiver with famous Marantz
power and performance, but
we still have a lot of'em left!
This cut price will get a lot of
people started! Wow!
*105

PIONEER DIRECT-DRIVE
PL-71 TURNTABLE BUY
We had a great price for this
unit which has a DC motor
and comes with base and'
dust cover, but we are still
holding.312 of them! Here's a
better price!
p149.
MARANTZ BELT-DRIVE
6100 TURNTABLE BUY!
Not deluxe enough even with
anti-skate, adjustable track
force, 2 speeds & hydrauli-
cally damped cueing! We've
cut the price and included
the base and cover.
$66
PIONEER HPM-100 4-WAY
100-WATT SPEAKER BUY
We were selling them at a
pretty good rate for more, and
suddenly they stopped
moving, 4 speaker system is
a powerhouse! Bad buy for
us ... good buy for you!
1 15 8 EACH

PIONEER SA-5500-II
INTEGRATED AMPLIFIER
Good power output with low-
distortion performance! 246
of these left in the chain and
no apparent reason why they
haven't sold. Here's a good
reason why they will now!
$57
PIONEER SX-950
85-WATT RECEIVER
"In-between" size! 85 watts/
channel, min. RMS at 8 ohms
from 20 to 20,000 Hz, with no
more than 0.1% total har-
monic distortion. Help us get
rid of this powerful mistake!
$337
PIONEER CT-F2121 DOLBY
FRONT-LOAD CASSETTE
A full-featured Pioneer deck
and it has Dolby System, too!
They sold like hotcakes at
first... but not now. So, we cut
the price to $116! (Get the
cabinet for $9 more)
5716

OOPS! WHILE WE'RE AT IT WE ALSO HAVE ON SALE HUNDREDS OF FLOOR DISPLAY MODELS, SCRATCHED, NICKED,
DENTED, ONE-OF-A-KIND, ETC. OUT THEY GO AT PRICES 10% TO 50% LESS THAN IF THEY WERE IN CARTONS

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