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Page Eight
Profs discuss bill

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, September 25, 1916

Saturday, September 25, 1916

7 years
for Patty

Hall

regales at Hill

Power shift set

(Continued from Page 1)
es, we'd probably have to take
off one per cent."

But Neenan doesn't think the
new provision will cause any
serious economic troubles. "It's

(Continued from Page 1) one of them would have to touch
only 18 state ballots for the No-'sacred areas - what is the

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Should the tax bill become not about to put anybody be- vember election, and Michigan cause of our problems and what
law, effective January 1, only , low the poverty line, he said. (Continued from Page ) is not one of those states. are the concrete solutions."
those individuals who rygary I I sm not about to go to the arre, but the jury had rejected It is a violation oftevery Hall proposed a six-hour day
or exclusively use their home "participationMichigan voter's right that the without a cut in pay or overtime
office for earning income would "I don't think it's anything in the robbery was coerced by Communist party is not on the to add ten millio n bs
be allowed the deduction. The really major," said Brazer, t h e Symbionese Liberation ballot, Hall said. "Whether they Last nht there n new jo s.
bill reverses a 13-year-old court "You're talking about a loss Army (SLA) - which had kid- would have voted for the Party d astnig hy ere was not one
decision that permitted profes- of about $300 - that's a bill- naped her ten weeks earlier, or not, that's not the issue. It is wor as to why we ave ten mil-
sors such deductions on the park figure." Under the law, the judge saidnthat they have the right to a ion unemployed or about why 50
grounds that they did a sub- Hearst was guilty of the wound- choice." per cent of our unemployed
stantial amount of their work BRAZER INTERPRETED the ing of three innocent bystanders, co H young cannot ever have hopes of
fieAnd Hall believes that Ameri-j working," said Hall.
there. provision as limiting the deduc- although she herself did not fire;can voters don't have much Hl clai .
Chairman of the Committee tion to only those individuals the gun. choice between President Ford Hall claims that he would take
on the Economic Status of the who maintain an office "at the Orrick said Hearst has "co- and Democratic presidential he money for his proposals
Faculty (CESF) William Nee- convenience of the employer" operated fully" by giving evi- nominee Jimmy Carter. crd where it s at. And $100
nan also expressed some con- or who earn income at the dence to the FBI about various cording to Hall, this is from $100
cern over the bill. radicals and if freed, "I do not "IF EVER I saw two Tweedle- billion in corporate profits, $53
home office. think it likely she would be a dee and Tweedledum twins, it billion i tax loopholes and over
"I think a substantial num- danger to society." was last night (on the debate)," $50 million which the federal l
tion) myself, " said Neenan u ber of us will be adversely af- BUT ORRICK said the crime mused Hall. ations.
I'm a little disappointed for fected - but some will be able was so serious that a prison "The fundamental flaw," Hall
some of my friends who do to keep it (the deduction)," said term must be imposed to deter charged, "was that they both Hall also pointed to two major
use it." Brazer. potential criminals. knew in advance that neither causes of inflation - big govern-
_-I ment spending on the military'

inflation will continue," he said. desia
"One says $12 billion, the other'the
says $10 billion that is the have
only difference. The cause of our
problems is in the system of ex- SM
ploitation. his g(
Football fans at today's game the p
will have an opportunity to de- returr
monstrate their response during day.I
half-time. An "applause meter" cision
will rate support for Hall as well being
as for Ford and Carter. ties it
Only seven of the 250 band ing o
members had voted to play at tion o
Hall's rally in a vote taken last A L

(Continued from Page 1)
will be lifted "as soo as
necessary preliminaries
been carried out."
ITH SAID he had relayed
overnment's acceptance of
roposals to Kissinger, who
ned to Washington yester-
But he emphasized his de-
n was "subject to the plan
accepted by the other par-
involved and . . . to the lift-
f sanctions and the cessa-
f terrorism."
U. N. spokesperson said in

master of Rholesia, has built it
and intends to keep it."
HOWEVER, economic, diplo-
matic and military pressure on
his white government heighten-
ed in recent months. Only white-
drninated South Africa support-
- Rhodesia, and even that
country, plagued by it's own ra-
cial problems, deserted Smith.
Finally, on Friday, Smith's an-
nouncement came: "Rhodesia
agrees to black majority rule
within two years."
Informed Rhodesian govern-

our manager's gone ape.
Bring in a banana
for a 10% discount on parts.

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$2.50

PHILO RECORDS
singer-songwriter
U. UTAH
PHILLIPS

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and big corporate profits - as
issues that Ford and Carter side-
stepped.
"WE MUST go to these two
areas to end inflation and bothI
Carter and Ford agreed to both
of these areas, and therefore,
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week. However, members had New York any decision to lift meetingubetenite and
voted overwhelmingly to per- sanctions must come from the black Rhodesians to organize the
form at Ford's appearance on' Security Council, which imposed interim government could come
Sept. 15 at Crisler Arena. them, and the initiative must as early as next week.
Tt apellate court granted three come from Britain, which re-
Ann Arbor groups supporting quested the sanctions originally. Government sources said the
Hall an immediate ruling on the Sanctions were ordered in 1966 new government "could be un-
suit, then immediately dismiss- and broadened both in 1968 and der way in about a month", al-
ed the case. 1976. though it might take slightly
i ~longer.
Hall backers said their suit Smith's concession that major-
against the University was aim- ity rule is unavoidable marks a Grand Portage, the 9-mile
ed at giving the Comrwnist Par- sharp change from the position overland haul between Lake
ty's candidate the same treat- he has held since 1964. Just be- Superior and the Pigeon River
ment President Ford got when fore declaring independence 11 in the northeast corner of pres-
he spoke at Crisler Arena on years ago, Smith said there ent day Minnesota, got its name
ep would be "no African rule in my from 17th-century French-
Sept. 15. lifetime. The white man is the speaking Canadian fur traders.
fifference! Record p
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the Golden V o i c e of the Great
Southwest will formally open his
presidential campaign in Ann Arbor
this weekend, following in the foot-
steps of Gerald Ford. Utah's run-
ning mate, Mallard Filmore - the
Bionic D u c k, will be unfortunate-

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ly, handling speaking engagements
elsewhere. Phillips states that if elected he will do what
all the great presidents of the past have done-"noth-
ing at all." Assuming the Michigan Marching Band is
unavailable for the weekend, Utah Phillips will provide
his own backup on guitar and echo harp.

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kids would love to be as big
as we are," said Haldeman.
"It's a chain itself - they're
owned by one person who owns
his own record distributing com-
pany in Atlanta."
"That's bullshit," said School-
kids' Bergman. "We buy from
that guy, but he doesn't own
these stores. This store is a'
partnership."
Both Bonzo's and Schoolkids'
say that if they are forced out;
of business, record prices will
rise, a possibility neither Aura
or Discount will deny.

ONE CAUSE of the war may
be overextension by the plush
Aura store. Shaw and Haldeman
would not comment on the
store's success since it opened
this summer, but Bonzo's Gan-
nes was not above a couple of
jokes at Aura's expense.
"'They're in over their heads.
They're just trying to keep their
heads above water," he said.
"That store is always so emp-
ty - you could play Frisbee
in there."
In the meantime, the record
stores' war will remain the
record buyers' glory. All four
stores reported brisk business.

ALL SPORT
2715 PLYMOUTH RD.
IN THE MALL

HOURS:
M-Th.-1--0-5:30 p~m.
Sat.-10-5 p.m.
663 -2233

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THE FOOD MARTS
103 Washtenaw P1. (hospital area)
1123 South University (campus village)
full lines of groceries and party goods
TICE'S PARTY STORE
340 So. State
"Open soon after today's slaughter !!"
ARBOR INSTANT PRINTING
214 S. Fourth Ave.
8:30-5:30 Weekdays, 9-12 Saturdays
CAMELET BROTHERS CO.
1119 S. University Ave.
FOLLETT'S BOOKSTORE
322 S. State-662-6594
Open Football Saturdays 9-6
PARTH ENON
GYROS RESTAURANT
"THE BEST GREEK FOOD IN TOWN!"
corner of Main and Liberty-994-1012
open every day 'till midnight

BROWN JUG RESTAURANT
1204 SOUTH UNIVERSITY
the meeting place
* REGULAR eBIG. TALL
clothes for, men
ANN ARBOR CLOTHING
211 S. Main
TICE'S MEN'S SHOPS
1111 S. UNIVERSITY
Levi's headquarters on the campus
(coming soon to Maple Village)

U of M BOXING CLUB
I.M. Bldg. in the Boxing Room
"STICK IT TO 'EM BO!!"

SAM'S STORE
207 E. Liberty-663-8611
Largest selection of Levi's in town!

OMEGA PIZZA
769-3400
Free Hot Delivery
"BEAT 'EM"

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State at Liberty-663-5796
Mon.-Sat. 9:30-6:00
THE STORE FOR LEVI'S

HOWARD COOPER
Volkswagen Porsche-Audi
2575 S. STATE-761-3200
Sales-Leasing-Service & Parts
SUGAR BIN BAKERY
Liberty at Main-761-7532
Sun.-Thur. 6 a.m.-12:30 a.m., Fri. & Sat. 6 a.m.-2:30 a.m.
cookies, decorated cakes, donuts,
ice cream, sandwiches
EAT 'EM UP BLUE!
E. F. HUTTON
115 E. Liberty-769-7300
"r"/w r)ID I cr (+...,A 111

SCHLANDERER
ON SOUTH UNIVERSITY
MON.-FRI. 9:30-5:30
SAT. 9:30-12:00
662-3773

VILLAGE CORNER
601 S. Forest-995-1818
A party store and much, much more!

ADIDAS: The Athlete's Shop
309 S. State-995-1717
10-6 MON.-SAT.

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ULRICH'S BOOKS, Inc.
549 E. University-662-3201
Open today until 6:00
10% student discount on

MARTY'S
MEN'S FASHION CLOTHING

THANO'S LAMPLIGHTER
421 E. Liberty
Specializing in Sicilian pizza & cocktails

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