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ThL~d~y, Sept~mNr 4, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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new & used
We are the student-run, non-profit book and supply store.
We don't feel we have to talk you into coming to the Cellar;
the advantages are clear. We have just about everything
you'll need to make it through your classes- at prices kept
to the absolute. minimum.
You're not padding anyone's pockets.
ALL of our new textbooks & paper-
backs are priced below publisher's
suggested retail price. Stop by &
browse through our book. room.
We've made:a point of having the
largest selection of good used .
course books in town this fall. To
help you save money- they're all
25%-35% off original list price.
We have a huge selection of pens,
paper, notebooks, looseleaf binders,
pads, all you need & more! And
everything is discounted, usually
15% off the regular list price!
We stand behirid ev'
questions please cc
We have the. course book lists to let you know what you
need before you even get to class. Avoid the Friday rush.
If you change your mind abc
come .back within 2 weeks
give you a full refund.
erything we sell; we want you
)me in and talk to us,. we're he
)ut a book, no problem. Just
with your receipt and. we'll
to be satisfied. If -you have any
re to help you.
MUSIC & ART BOOKS are
are in the' Union Ballroom, 2nd floor
downstairs in the basement of the Union
at the U.CELLAR NORTH CAMPUS,
in the commons, Open daily.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 2- -9.6
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 3.9-.9
THURSDAY, SEPT. 4-9.9
FRIDAY, SEPT. 5-9-9
SATURDAY, SEPT. 6--9-5
SUNDAY, SEPT. 7-12-5
Regular Hours begins Mon., Sept. 9
Mona-Fri. 9-3, Sat. 10-5, Sun. 12-5
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