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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, October S, 19751

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, October 5, 1975

fa II the university of michigan
artists and craftsmen guild
grounds of community high school,
across from the farmer's market
art in ann arbor.
75 guild artists with
entirely handcrafted works
fair sot., oct. 4, 8 a.m. to 6
sun., oct. 5, noon to 6

DELI at H
THIS & EVERY
5:30-7:30
Corn Beef, Cole
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I LLEL Scouts kicked out Fall art fair draws crowd
SUNDAY
P.M. (Continued from Page 1) ly to these eight or nine-year- (Continued from Page 1) rad Heiderer. For Nancy, who specializes
Scouts seats for the clashi. old kids and evicting them fromisa1inhnbzrewd-sld
Slaw, etc. Renfrew saidrhe "couldn't be- their seats, when kids near them' agreed the guild was the best THE HOBBY cow is a 12 och in bizarre wide-styled ties, her
EAT FOR lieve" the tickets were printed are smoking pot and drinkan." opportunity for them to show: high wooden cow that looks cr ft is her living, not a hobby.
EATrFsRifor the Missouri game, which Silva reacted acidly to Ren- their work. like a rocking horse. T'e been making these ties
the Athletic Department knew frees's statement that the scouts "It's only through fairs like. This was Heiderer's first chov for three years, ever since I've
would be a sell-out. would be given definite tickets this that people are able to see and business was not too good. ! tried to quit nursing," she said,
EL- "I DIDN'T even know about to the Northwestern game, com- my work," claimed Wally Bil- ,I really don t like nursig apd
it until 12:30," he added. menting, "I would like us to get yeau, an artist who has been "EVERYBODY'S interested,"| I'm trying to find an alternative
Street Fortunately, the University SO-yard seats for the Ohio Srate painting water colors for over he said wryly. "But no one wav to make a living."
,36 0 yars "O cousethi far wats o by."BUT NOT all artists get what
36 partially salvaged the afternoon game in retribution for what 40 years. "Of course, this fair ewwants to buy. t ant. At least that's what
for many of the scouts by seat- these kids had to go througo. is not nearly as good as the Roger Mason is an old pro tane.Atlass
ing four to five thousand of them "THEY WERE crying and one in the summer, but every at these fairs. One of tne orig- one stamed-glass mobile maser
in the aisles by the beginning asking me what they did wrong, little bit helps." inal members of the guild, la- foind out yesterday.
of the second quarter. and I told them, 'nothing.' ' But one craftsman who spe- son's exhibits pop up at every IcaI'm not my the guild, so I
Joe Silva, a parent who ac- Area scouts' Chairman JIm cializes in stone jewelry said showing. Icant have my booth is there,
7 companied the scouts, desribed Holland indicated he felt the the University guild is not the What do I do? I guess I'm he waid, dicating his othe
the eviction as being "like a situation was just "an honest most opportunistic one he be- a charicaturist," he said, de- restho s theaytistsh
Fellini movie. Here you have mistake, and you have to roll longs to. scribing his multitudes of water- "etotaesmn to
cops being very abusive verbal- with the punches." i "EXCEPT for the street fair color paintings of houses and itd taks money to oin'the
in the summer, I think they're ' uladmne ir o
prtey summer I'e hik the e street scenes. he exnlained. "I guess you could
pett slkow I've h muchrDts "I USED to do architectural Is yT'm on the other side of the
" ~ C harred torso found ter luck on some other circuits daig-o oefna ec nmr asta
I' vebeen on," he said. drawings-noo I poke fun atfence. in more ways than
But regardless of their feel- them." one."
(Continued from Page1) ficials declined to identify. It ings towards the guild, artists of ::::::;; :::... . : .. :::::.:.::.:: :. : ::::::a::.,.
ing to state police. lay in a trash heap along a every imaginable craft -ind tal-AE
The police say they have Ypsilanti Township lover's lane. ent were represented there.DAI O FICIA R T.TIN
nothing, no clues - "not a "One of the things we pride ,..*.t s
thing." THE BODY had apparently ourselves in," commented guild Suunday, October 5 tions from 3-5.5 Gev/c" 2038 Ran
They even lack missing per- been strewn among the refuse coordinator Noreen Greeno, "is Day Calendar dall Lab., 4 pm.
sons reports that might lead to since Tuesday or Wednesday. that despite our differences in Artists, Craftsmen Guild: Fall Art Macromolecular Research Ctr.:ane-
the body's identification. Officials placed it in storage at backgroinds and talents, we Farmers''Market, noon-6 pm. ments in Rubber Networks," 1200
The body was discovered Fri- the University Hospital on Fri- are all interested in quality TV Ctr.: Things of Beauty, WWJ- Chem, 4 pm.
day afternoon by a man who of- day. craftsmanship." Tv. channel 4, noon. M-sic School: Carillon Recital,
_--- - - -- PRICES on the artistic items WUOM: The States of the Union Hudson Ladd, carillonneur, Burton
varied greatly from booth to~ -bicentennial series, featured state Tower. 7-8 pm.
North Carolina, 1 pm. Linguistics: K. L. Pike, "Multi-
booth. As one spectator observ- Graduate Outing: Hiking, meet dimensional Feature Arrays from
"TORlTIREBRAIIANU STYLE " ed, "How can you put a price Rackham N. Entry, 1:30 pm. Affix to Discourse." Rackham Am-
on something you've created?" Music School: Faculty exchange phitheatre. 7:10 pm.
One woman was not so kind recital. Rackaham Aud., 4 p f President's State of the Univer
'Torture is still widely used in Brazil, despite pledges made in her views as she sniffed dis- Church, 4 pm. ' sits Address: President's Fleming's
last spring by the country's new President, General Ernesto reeabl at a $21 price tag Musical Society: Hague Philhar- itinaiaddressfacult aw&ards te
Geisel, to halt the barbaric practice. . . . A recent victim at a creation called a ' bby monic,.Hill Aud., 8:30 pm. sented. Rackham Lec. Hall. 8 pm;
was former United Methodist Missionary and TIME stringer cow Monday, October 6 reception in League follows.
Fred B. Morris, 41, who was held without charges for 17 "What's really funny is that WUOM: "A Tribute to Dylan General Notices
relyfnyi ht(Thomas," 10 am.Raka GrdaeSho:CB
days by military officials in Recife. His report:... Havina sane woman will go out and Computing Ctr.: Meeting on Languam tesGraduate French,: eCEEB
lived in Brazil for most of the past ten years, I had heard sn!nd 7995 for a plastic, bit- FORTRAN Preprocessors, spkr. G. L inu & sSanih for dotora
all the horror stories about torture, and I wondered terv-nowered toy from Toys U'n- Cederquist, Seminar Rm., 1st for., foreign lang. requirement will be
whether my fate would be the same as Paulo Wright's limited without a s e co n d Comp. ctr., 5 pm.nfield Purduegiven Oct. 7, 7 pm, Rackham Lee.
thesonof .S misioareshe as rrste moe hana Cn- Phyics K.StnfildPudue.Hal:registration required with
the son of U.S. missionaries he was arrested more than a tlioight," said the artist, Con- "Study of Baryon Exchange Reac- Language secretary, 1014 Rackham.
year ago, and has not been heard from since . . Time, ---------------------t-- - - 3 ug s r7 ay,17 It hat.
Nov. 18, 1974 """"__--___S m Plc"e
3200 SAB, 763-4117
Attention students: It is that
SUNDAY 7 p.m. at Wesley Foundation, Don't Let The Uttime of year again when you should
strike up a rfriendship with your
First Methodist Church Summer Placement Office. Before
RELIGISCrewNYOUnS I JC you know it. deadlines come up,
RELIGION and SOCIAL JUSTICE- A !employers are here to interview,
state & national parks appls are
a I v e oMe tORISoe somuc ISGCaissinterviewing for ACRICSdue etc.ifyou're a seasonedtu
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(Athletic-Advisory Committee on Recreation to learn the ropes and get s-
Brazil whom i have come to love so much, i was com- C - ts)alanted.
pelted to participate in their suffering." Intramurals Club-Sports) Career Planning & Placement
(also preaching 9:30 and 1 : a.m.iSunday)Interviews will be held Oct. 6: Burroughs Corp., Wash-
ington U. Sch. of Law, & V. of
MONDAY 4:15 at U. of M. International Center for 2 Student Positions gKentucky Grad. Schools
4.00 CHILE, BRAZIL-UPDATE THENDACHIGAT.DA3th
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MONDAY, OCT. 13thI Volume LXXXVI, NO. 28
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