THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, September 4 1')-)7-')
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The University Cellar was started back in 1969 because stu-
dents thought that prices in Ann Arbor were too high. Most
Books for all U courses
Thousands of USED BOOKS
paperbacks, Cliff Notes, Schaum's Outlines, etc.
of our competitors have responded by matching
only in certain areas and on a selective basis. TI
prices are as low as we can make
and we feel
We have everything from pens to
frisbees - pads, bicycle locks,
binders, mimeo & ditto paper,
markers . . . at a standard 15%
BELOW LIST PRICE OR BETTER.
helping keep prices down all over town.
We are a non-profit store-you re not padding anyone's
pockets. The store is run by students for students. Please feel
free to come in and say hello and give us your suggestions.
We're open 7 days and 5 nights a week..
2, 21, 3, or 5 cu. ft.
refrigerators; 5 cu. ft. freezers
LOWEST REGULAR PRICES IN TOWN !
LIST PRICE REG. CELLAR PRICE
$4.98. . . . . . $3.25
$5.98 . .... $3.95
$6.98 . . . . . . . $4.75
$7.98 .. ".$5.50
We stock ROCKWELL, LITRON-
IX, HEWLETT - PACKARD, and
TEXAS INSTRUMENT MODELS,
(plus excellent service, g r e a t
prices, and good advice.)
Xerox & IBM Copies
The U CELLAR NORTH CAMPUS
in the North Campus Commons, convenient
to Art & Music Schools has loads of parking, a
quieter atmosphere, and the same EXCEL-
LENT DISCOUNTED SELECTION of PROFES-
SIONAL ART, DRAFTING & PHOTO SUP-
PLIES &.PROCESSING as downtown.
A. B. Dick Offset
, Winsor &
* Strath more
TUESDAY, SEPT. 2-9:00-6:00
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 3-9:00-9:00
THURSDAY, SEPT. 4-9:00-9:00
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