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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, February Z), I Vio

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PHASE 2: THE SURPRISE ATTACK
Two weeks ago Audio Fretter appealed to the Hifi-buying public to declare
their independence and exercise their freedom of choice. We challenged ALL
Hifi dealers to do battle with us by lowering prices on name-brand components.
So far, there's been no major response except for a few dealers giving the same
old discounts on close-outs, house brands, and items with inflated list prices.
We were the first in Detroit to blow "Fair Trade" prices on Pioneer. And now, for
the next 5 days, we'll again be leading the way by slashing prices on all other
"Fair Traded" components.
The battle is just beginning and we're determined to win! Get in on the "Audio
Madness"action at any of our 7 audio centers this week!

Great Selection
For 5 BIG DAYS Auddio Fretter is
Blasting prices on name-brand com-
ponents from Pioneer, Marantz, AR,
Sansui, Dual, Technics, Sherwood,
Teac, Sony, Garrard, Jensen, Koss,
KLH, JBL, Altec, & and many more.
See You During Our 5 Day Sale!

5-Day Audio Madness Prices
On Top-Rated B-I-C Speakers

Marantz Quality At A- Mad,
Mad. Mad. Fretter Discount

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to call
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"But for Reagan this is alright.
It will just make the road a
little tougher."
Reagan's honorary national
campaign chairman, Utah Re-
publican Ser. Paul Laxalt, said
of the incomplete results, "This
will be a big help in the Florida
primary (March 9)."'
Laxalt said he thought Rlea-
gan's strong showing in New
Hampshire would force Ford in-
to a more active campaign, but
he was not convinced that this
would help Reagan's cause. He
said that Reagan's campaign
had obviously done well in
Ford's absence.
HE ADDED: "The real test is
Illinois," where Ford is consid-
ered strong. "That one could
break us."
The key component to Rea-
gan's New Hampshire success
was the city of Manchester,
where Ford was far less organ-
ized than the ex-governor. Rea-
gan also had the advantage of
loud support from the city's in-
fluential newspaper, The Union
! Leader.
Reagan built his N. H. cam-
paign on a belief that the vot-
ers are ready for a radical shift
of power to states and localities
-along with the incumbent tax
responsibility.
THOUGH he was at his rhe-
torical best when espousing the
ultra - conservative position
which brought him two guber-
natorial victories in California,
Reagan made obvious efforts to
anpeal to more moderate Ford
voters.
He also took pains to counter
charges by Ford aides that his
rightist stance would doom the
party to defeat in a national
election, saying his victories in
California Democratic by 3 to 2
-rove he can appeal to a wide
rneof voters.
At a press conference ear-
lier this morning, Reagan said,
"I don't think it was personal-
itv contest. I think it was on the
issues."
REAGAN SAID he thought his
use of "citizens press confer-
ences." as well as the polieal
organization of his state man-
ager, former New Hampshire
Gov. High Gregg, had greatly
aided his effort.
Keene, a city thought to be
very strong Ford territory, was
expected to add a percentage
noint or two to the President's
lead later today. One Reagan,
staffer from Keene said he fears
the city would go to Ford by a
margin of three or four to one.
"But I'm a Reagan loyalist,"
he said, "and I'd only tell you
this in the shit-house." This
staffer was interviewed in a
bathroom.
CROP LOSS
SONOMA, Calif. (UPI) -
Starlings and linnets are blam-
ed for the loss of $3 million
worth of wine grapes annually,
says a Sonoma Valley wine-
grower. Starlings eat the whole
berry, but linnets the common
name for finches peck at the
fruit. Juice flowing from the
damaged grapes causesmold,
which ruins whole bunches.
ADVERTISING
IN THE

'MICHIGAN
DAILY
DOESN'T
COST...
PAYS
YOU'RE
READING
THIS,
AREN'T
YOU

Model 1- Remarkable
sound from a very small
box at an insane low price.
Model 2- Puts out the
entire musical range. 3-way
system only needs 5 watts!

$58
$88

Marantz 2245- A special
purchase allows us to sell a limited
quantity of these great units with 45
watts/channel and a very sensitive
tuner for over '200 off the Former
Fair Trade price. Hurry, only 24 left.
z298
Marantz 2270- For years
the top-of-the line unit fron Marantz.
140 watts total RMS power to drive
the most difficult speakers. Madness
is 12510ff the Fair Trade Price!

Model 4- 3-way, 12-inch system is
BIC's most popular model. Formula 4
needs little power to 6
play real loud! U £ 0
Model 6- Top-of-the-line speaker has
massive 12-inch woofer for great bass.
Unique tweeter is
really smooth. 9 8

Fair-Trade Is Dead!
Audio Fretter carries the full line of
Marantz components and speakers.
Check our insanely LOW prices on the
entire line during our 5-day Super Sale.

Receive~rs :not exactlyj as shown.

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Technics
279's Ar
Almost
Sold Out.
Our special purchase on 279's is almost sold out!
Features include 3 heads, Dolby, solenoid controls. &
dual-capstan direct-drive! Fair-trade price: 5500.
Teac A-360s- Has all the features of the 450
except for mic mixing. We only have 25 units to sell at
our crazy low price. Former Fair-trade Price:8380.

We Must Be Crazy To
Sell'em This Cheap!

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Limited
w289
Not Shown

Phonie'e l
Madness!
Compare the Koss K6-1c with
any '50 headphone you wish.
Audio
Madness
Price: 19

Stanton 500E,
Empire 5000XE,
Pickering V-15/300.
Madness
Is Your 1
Choice:

base optional

Sherwood's 7110 Is
At An Insane Low Price!

We must be mad to sell
the top-rated 7110 so
low! But for the next 5
days that's what we're
going to do.
$159
5 Days Only!

Dual 1249- Top-of-the-Line chan-
ger features belt-drive, gimbal suspension,
& 7 lb. die-cast platter. Tracks well down
to 1 gram. Former Fair Trade: '280.
Pioneer PL-15D- Belt-drive,
single play for performance. Automatic arm
return for ease. Base & cover, FREE!
Garrard 82- Don't let the price fool
you! This changer performs as well as ones
costing 5200! Tracks as low as 4grams!

$179
Save S101
$78
Save 152
' 58
Save 161'*

You'll Go /Ape At Our
Price O nSX-737!.

Thru Monday only, you
can add to our madness
and walk off with a fan-
tastic receiver at the low-
est price we've ever ad-
vertised it at! Former
Fair Trade Price:'400
6268

If we don't sell 'em by Monday our com-
petition's going to buy them and they'll sell
'em for more! Sold in May, 1975 for 5240.

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* off of Former Fair Trade Prices.

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Other dealers have sold this receiver
for '400. Only 50 to sell at our Price!

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ANN ARBOR
3999 WASHTENAW
(At Carpenter)
971-1250
DEARBORN
22851 MICHIGAN AVE.
t[s fo no~n-k

TROY
411 W. 14 MILE ROAD
(Across from Oakland Mall)
585-5300
GRATIOT
34913 GRATIOT
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LIVONIA
35901 SCHOOLCRAFT
525-1330

Sale Ends
Monday Night

Our Service Dept.
We spend many hours testing & evaluating new equipment

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