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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, December 11, 197

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OUR [OiEST PRICES EVER
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Sherwood 1010
The 7010 was recently rated the
best receiver around $200 by
Stereo Review! During our sale
you'll save almost 30%! Super!

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An incredible deal on an ex-
c elen 2- -nsystm.
this price they won't last.
THRU MONDAY: $1
each
SIC The BIG 4 is a very popular
3-way system and is very ef-
fective. Priced below dealer cost!
5 DAYS ONLY: $95
each
B l syternthat normally sells
for $300, but if you're one of the 1st
24 people at our stores you can save
over 40% off the old fair-trade price!

Pioneer 434
To the best of our knowledge
this is the lowest price everon
the SX-434. If you're looking
for value check out this unit!
' Hurry, quantities are limited.
5 DAYS ONLY:1

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each
Omega 2's put out a lot of
sound for the money! Wve
sold hundreds at S98 each,
but now during our Graint,
Opening Sale the second K bS 5Pom'RtER FRE
speaker is FREE! Save 5WK.
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Omega 4's are great 3-way systems
with a 12-inch woofer that really
turns out the bass! This is our lar-
gest selling S200 speaker and for
the next 5 days, 2nd speaker FREE!

BOSTON () - Black and
white students fought in the cor-
ridors of South Boston High
School yesterday, the first day
after a U.S. District Court judge
had placed the racially troubled
school under federal jurisdic-
tion.
The school disturbance follow-
ed the early morning firebomb-
ing of the Boston headquarters
of the National Association for
the Advancement of Colored
People (NAACP) after antibus-
ing leaders warned that the
court decision could touch off
new violence.
POLICE SAID a witness told
them four white men drove up
to the NAACP office shortly
after midnight, and a firebomb
was thrown through the front
window.
Ltrin the day, South Bos-
ton High School teachers voted
to ask the judge to transfer
them to other schools unless he
acknowledged faculty efforts to
implement his desegregation or-
der. The teachers were backed
by their union.
On Tuesday, U.S. District
Court Judge Arthur Garrity
took over control of the school,
a focal point of antibusing sen-
timent, and named a receiver
to run it.
HE BARRED the Boston
School Committee from having
any say over what happens at
the school and ordered the ad-
ministrators transferred.
John Cunningham, South Bos-
ton faculty senate president,
said the court had "castigated
the faculty unjustly as the vil-
lian in this tragic situation."
Cunningham told a news con-
ference the teachers have no
intention of boycotting classes,
but he did not rule out future
boycotts.
GARRITY SAID black stu-
dents at the school were denied
their right to a peaceful, inte-
grated education.
The NAACP had filed suit re-
questing that South Boston High,
he closed, but Garrity took the
less harsh course. He named Jo-
seph McDonough, a career
school administrator and young-
er brother of the president of
the School Committee, as chief
administrator of the school.
Attendance was off about 20
per cent from Tuesday's level
at South Boston High, but both
black and white students enter-
ed the building wit'out inci-
dent. Leaflets urging white pu-
pils to boycott class were dis-
tributed, but largely ignored.
HOWEVER, soon after classes
began, fights erupted between
blacks and whites. A girl who
left the school shortly said
chairs were thrown and win-
dows broken.
"It's wild in there. They're
going crazy," she said.
Three black pupils, two girls
and a boy, were .arrested and
charged with disrupting a
assembly. Two black youths
were taken to Boston City Hos-
pital, and one required 20 stit-
ches to close a wound, school
authorities said.
Attendance at South Boston
High yesterday totaled 405, in-
cluding 144 blacks. Attendance
on Tuesday, before the court
decision, was 493, and 143 of
them were black. The expected
enrollment before school open-
ed was 1,280, including 432
blacks.
In 1910, says the National Au-
tomobile Club, there were
about 100 manufacturers of
electric cars in the United

States. But within 20 years
these cars were replaced by the
more convenient gasoline-pow-
ered autos.
'Horses' a
classy first
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Every night before I rest
my head,
Fell those dollar bills,
swarmin' round
my head!
The song features a very ele-
mentary yet tasty three-chord
progresison reminiscent of the
Velvet Underground, undoubted-
Il (via Cale) the band'sstrong-
est influence.
Patti's young back-up musi-
-ians, while certainly no mas-
ters, are solidly competent and
I -naionnlIv snarkling. All the

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FRMOES NAE TURNTBLES
AT SUPER LUW PRICES

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Dual 1249
Dual's NEW 1249 belt-drive
changer is on sale this weekt Garrard
During our Grand Opening.f~Ti hne sral ue
Sale save over $100 buy. Comes with base, cover,
THIS WEEK: M sIand Shure M-91 ED cartridge.
Retail: $247. SAVE OVER 50%
5 DAYS ONLY:$115

b We have a very limited supply of this
most popular economycassette dck
and we're going to clear them out
very fast at our LOW sale price.
THIS WEEK:$188
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Groat performancewihu the frills! That's
the Teac 360s! And his we you'll save This is Teac's best Cassette deck!
over 5100 to oot! Tw year warranty! Has many features that allows the
Test recordings from any source.
T RD 0DAY: '219 CLEARANCE: p329
sacSO 330 ' 4ec20
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PLw15D 4
The PL-15D
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our most -
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semi-automatic turntable. -
Base and cover are included.

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Base optional
rn2 Another super value is the Dual 1226
at our Grand Opening price of S99.
You'll save $61 off Fairtrade price
if you buy during our sale.
THI uMONDAY:$9

quantities of this sul)er
deck at our Southfield
store only and we're cut'
Ling $300 off the price!

tape handling make the
2300s an ideal machine
for the home user. Save
$141 thru monday only.

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THRU MON

DFORME R FAIRTRADE PRICE s550.
FORMER FAIRTRADE PRICE S1150.
A PRESEINT PORm YOUR CAqo. A REAIIY GREAT'DEALI

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CARTRIDGE SPECIALS
Choice.

JiL 8 Track Pioneer S Track

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Captain Discount comes thru
with a fantastic gift idea!
Koss Pro4AA stereo head-
phones at a $45 savings!
They're top-rated and also
the most popular headphone
in the USA. Great gift idea.
4 DAys OALY: $2"K

One of our most popular carts.
Smooth sound! Tracks 1-3 grms.
THRU MONDAY:* 2

Comes with an attached dust
brush. Tracks well %-2 grams.
THIS WEEK:

This very dependable mini- 8-track
deck puts out super sound and is
small enough to fit in an ashtray!
5 DAYS ONLY: $34"

Pioneer's economy 8-track player
comes with' a quick-release bracket
to take your unit in the house!
CLERNCE: $ an

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