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Tuesday, April IL,-19??

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Tuesday, April 12,-i 91'7' THE MICHIGAN DAILY .p-~JO~ 3C'V~IU

Ni SAVNG THEY'RE ALLINh

Fleming: Fall tuition'
increase inevitable

Hearst returns
to childhood area
SAN FRANCISCO (A) - Patri- Berkeley apartment in February
cia Hearst quietly left her plush 1974 by the SLA and was cap-
Nob Hill apartment more than tured by federal agents in a San
a week ago to return with her'Francisco apartment Sept. 18,
parents to Hillsborough, it was 1975.
reported yesterday. She was convicted by a fed-

(Continued from Page 6)
PERSONAL
PERK UP YOUR SPRING. Register
for our May classes in weaving, spin-
ning, natural dyeing, and basketry.
At the Wild Weft Yarn Shop, 415
N, Fifth Ave., Kerrytown, 761-2466.
cF412
BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print-
ed while-U-wait t MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFtc
WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod or
traditiqn. Call 761-0942 anytime.
cFtc
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Through B e h a v 1 o r Modification.
Wolverine Institute, 973-1480. cFtc
CAROL AND PHYLLIS 'F-
I LOVE YOU BOTH, MADLY,
THEOPHILUS. epic
COPIES-as low as 2%c
Still the best price around.
IMPRESS, 524 E. William, 665-4321.
cFtc
DISSERTATION
SPECIAL
LOWEST PRICE
IN TOWN FOR
COLLATED COPIES
RACK HAM QUALITY
GUARANTEED
COPYOU ICK
1217 S. University
769-0560
cFtc
JAZZ
at the University Club with the
Root's Trio* Noel Cunningham,
piano; Ted Hartley, bass: Stanley
Slaughter. drums. Friday and Satur-
day evenings 9:30 p.m.-1:30 xa.m. in
the club cocktail lounge in the
Michigan Union building. Ask hos-
tess for a free trial membership
card. 763-2236. cFtc
FRIENDS LAKE COMMUNITY
80 acre wildlife preserve near Chel-
sea. Swimming, sailing, camping, ca-
noeing, picnicking. All-year mem-
bership $50 per adult, children free.
Brochure from Bloods, 2005 Penn-
craft, Ann Arbor, MI 48103. 63F419
XEROX AND OFFSET
fast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
eFte
SEE OUR COSMETICIAN for your
make-up needs. Village Arnthecary,
1112 S. Univ. Ave. cFtc
YPSI-ANN ARBOR LANES and
LOUNGE, open bowling available at
the following times: Sunday-Monday
and Tuesday at 9:30, Friday 6:30-
9:30, and 11:30-2:00 a.m. 98F419
PERK UP YOUR SPRING! Register
for our classes in weaving, spinning,
material dyeing, and basketry at the
Wild Weft Yarn Shop' cF412

PERSONAL

PR-(iNAN'I? Need help?
Call Problem Ptegnancy Help, 759-
1283. Pregnaney tests available.
citc
DANCE STUDIO COURSES
Ballet, Beg.
Ballet, Cont.
Modern, Beg.
Modern I. p.m.
Modern II, p.m.
Modern I, a.m.
Modern II,.aam.
Jazz, Beg.
Jazz, Cont .
Creative Dance
Afro Dance
Blues and Jazz
Body Shop
Beledi I (Belly Dance)
Modern Ballroom
Disco/Contemp.
Appalachian Folk
Hawaiian/Tahitian
PHYSICAL ART COURSES
Yoga, Hatha
Tai Chij
r Karate
Women's Self Dense
Fencing
Mime
and more
PHOTOGRAPHY COURSES
Photo I
Photo I1
Darkroom I
Camera/Darkroom I
Camera/Darkroom II
Direct Color Print
Color Slide Devel. I
Cibachrome Print
Lighting, B & White plus
Color
Informal Portrait
Studio Techniques
Figure Photo
Modeling I
Film making
Nature Photo
ART STUDIO COURSES
Life Drawing, Beg.
Life Drawing, Adv.
Life Drawing, Practice
Creative Draw/Paint.
Acrylics
Oil
Watercolor
Art Design for Media
Color Concept
Calligraphy
Pottery, Hand and Wheel
Stained Glass, Beg.
Stained Glass, Adv.j
Stained Glass, Beg/Adv.
Glass Blowing, Beg.
' Glass Blowing, Adv.
Glass Blowing Workshop
Glass Molding
Weaving, Primitive
Macrame /Basketweaving
Patchwork Quilting
Batik and Tie Dye
Silkscreen Printing
Woodcarving
Graphic Design
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
FOR STUDIO COURSES
BEGINNING IN MAY
ART WORLDS
213 So. Main Street
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Phone: 994-8400
66F320

PERSONAL
(Continued from Page 1)
SUCCESSFUL well endowed young was $1.5 million more than.the
businessman-novelist seeks fun-lov- University budgeted for.#
ina woman 18-28 for discreet second To fill the hole, Fleming said
relationship. Desire and promise
complete confidentiality. Photo we]- the University will utilize some
come if available. Write to ALAN, of its "flexible monies," gener-
P.O. Box 187. Dexter, MI 4$130. ated from interest payments on
99F412 investments. Although these
DRARMA STUDY GROUP, a Bud- funds are useful in extricating
dhist meditation group under the the University from "non-re-
direction of Ven. Chogyam Trungpa, curring budgetary problems,"
Rirpoche, meets weekly for medi -Fleming said "they cannot sus-
tation and study. For information
phone 761-3352 or 994-6657. eFt taLin us in the long run."
- ----.. --- - - IN ADDITION to tuition hikes
DON'T PAY for a store's overhead I DIIOttutior ie
via high mark-up. For the area's and soliciting the state for larg-
lowest prices and finest qualities er allocations, funneling of
possible on an engagement ring, funds from one area within the
shop Austin Diamond, 1209 S. Uni- Universit to another is a third
versity, 663-7151. cFtc option being considered.
SCIENCE AND VALUES. Interested? "We lik to think that the Uni-
Try University course 265 next Fall, 'versity never engages in unes-
sponsored by the Collegiate Insti- sential things," Fleming com-
tiute for Values and Science. Mon- Ithns"Feigcm
day, Wednesday, and Friday at 10.00. mented. "One - of the least
48F417 pleasant jobs an administrator
STEVE'S LUNCH-Come for home1 has to face is deciding what the
cooking. Breakfast all day,.great University can really afford to
soups and egg rolls. 3 egg omelets dispose of."
with fresh vegetables and fresh Academic programs, it has
bean sprouts served all day. Sundays been shown in recent months,
10-8. 1313 South University. cFtc
_---are not immune from disposal.
VISIT ANN ARBOR'S only gem lab Professor Brymer Williams,
before you spend your money need-
lessly. Fine quality diamonds and chairman of the Senate Advis-
low prices on all engagement and oryCommittee on University
wedding rings. Austin Diamond, Affairs (SACUA), termed the
1209 S. University, 663-7151. cFtc proposed guidelines for the
MEDIEVAL THEATER at its best, discontinuance of programs a
"The Play of Robin and Marion", "significant accomplishment."
April 16, 8:00 p.m., Mendelssohn The guidelines proposal was
Theatre. Tickets at Jacobson's, Lib- the joint product of the Senate
ert y Music, Mendelssohn (week of
production), or call 763-2066 (morn- Assembly, the Vice President for
ings). Group rates available. 49F417 Academic Affairs and the fac-
ulty governance system. Wil-
1BRIGHT, vivacious, sensitive, some-
SwhatJewish 21 yr. old undergradu- liams said it represents "what
ate woman (5'7") interested in mu- we think is a fair procedure"
sic, languages, sports, arts, learn- by which to consider program
ing, having fun, people and life closure. The document will be
would like to meet intelligent at- resented to the Regents for
tractive male. (preferably senior or p
grad student) with similar interests. their approval this week.
Write Box 15, Michigan Daily. Th'e search for Vice President
86F410 Frank Rhode's successor was
OPPORTUNITY TO PUBLISH an another priority on Fleming's
make money from your regular re- agenda before the Faculty Sen-
ports, bibliographies, studies. arti- ate. Specifically, Fleming dis-
Iles, poems, etc., through the Guten- cussed the need to restructure
berg Connection. Free information. the office of the vice president.
Mail Markets, MD, 1797 Sheffield Dr.,
Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197. 06F412 "MANY DEANS often say
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that the position has grown be-
yond the capacity for. any one
individual to handle," Fleming
said.
He suggested alternativs to
the current set-up, among
them: the establishment of a
second office of the vice presi-i
dent; creating a chancellor's,
position to the University inj
Ann Arbor as is done on the[
Flint and Dearborn campuses;
and the advent of an assistant
to the vice president for aca-
demic affairs.'
Regardless of structural
changes which may be made,'
Fleming said, the University
should continue with the present
search, and "identify and ap-
point the very best person we.
can find for that position."
Presently, tere are over 40:
persons in contention for they
post Rhodes' evacuates this1
summer. The deadline for filing
applications and submitting
nominations is April 30._
According to speech Prof.
William Colburn, secretary of
SACUA, the procedures for con-
ducting the search and screen-
ing the candidates "has. not
been finalized yet. We're not at
all in the advanced stages of
this process."
Fleming had originally re-
quested the search committee
to hand him their final recom-
mendations for vice president
sometime in mid-May.
Wichita State sees action in
seven night football games this
season.

The San Francisco Chronicle
said the family moved because
the 23-year-old newspaper hei-
ress, free on $1.25 million bail
pending appeal of her banktrob-
bery conviction, felt "out of
everything" in San Francisco
and wanted to return to the area
where she grew up.
Randolph and C a t h e r i n e
Hearst moved to the Nob Hill
apartment early in 1975 while
their daughter still was on the
run with her Symbionese Liber-
ation Army companions. After
their daughter was freed on bail,
she moved in with them.
Hearst was kidnaped from her

eral court jury last year of par-
ticipating in the March 1974
robbery of a Hibernia Bank
branch in San Francisco and
sentenced to a seven-year prison
term.

Hearst

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SOUND MUSICAL. -

Before Sound
theonly way to
yourrcordfm
,asnotto plai

Guard,
plegnt
y them.

The villain behind this
destruction is friction. (If a
diamond cuts through steel,
you can imagine what a,
diamond stylus does to vinyl
records.) Fortunately, from
outer space has come a solu-
tion to record degradation.
It's called Sound Guard*
A by-product of re-
search into dry lubricants
for aerospace applications,
Sound Guard record
preservative puts a micro-
scopically-thin,(less than
0.000003") dry film on
records to protect the
grooves from damage. Yet,
remarkably, it does not
degrade fidelity.
Independent tests
show that Sound Guard pre-
servative maintains full

time significantly retarding
increases in surface noise
and harmonic distortion!*
In other words, when
applied according to in-
structions, a new record
treated with Sound Guard
preservative and played
100 times sounds the same
as one-in "mint" condition
played the first time!
Sound Guard preserva-
tive comes in a kit (complete
with non-aerosol pump
sprayer and velvet buffing
pad). It is completely safe
and effective for all discs,
from precious old 78's
to the newest LP's including
CD-4's.
Recently introduced
to audiophiles, Sound Guard
preservative is now avail-
able in audio and record

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If you've played any
record often enough, you've
heard the inevitable occur.
It wore out.
While "pops;'"hisses'
and other surface noises
began making their appear-
ance on your favorite
records, high frequency
sounds-like violins and
flutes--began disappearing.

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