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Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday,r
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March 5, 1976
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Buying a music system at
Not risky.

Tech Hifi is fun.

One last thought.
At Tech Hifi, our salespeople believe in high

For instance,

if anything at all about the

fidelity, not high pressure.

So when you

system displeases you,
just bring it back within

ven days.

We'll make

walk through the door you don't risk being as-
saulted by a salesman who would just as soon
be making a living selling refrigerators. You'll
get helped, not hassled.

things right, or give you
back your money.
And when you
buy any system or
component at Tech
Hifi, you don't risk Only n
the possibility of vide t]
quality
missing out on a sponse

And if all you want to do is drop
how great recorded music can

by to discover

sound, that's okay

too.

rarely does an under $400 music system pro-
he commendable synthesis of power, high
FM performance, and superbly natural re-
that this $385 Tech Hifi system with the all-

We'll put our know-
ledgeable sales staff and
equipped soundrooms

gather to
discuss
crime
B R U S S E L S, Belgium (JP)
-More than 600 women from
26 countries gathered here yes-
terday for a five-day conscious-
ness - raising Tribunal on
Crimes Against Women with a
list of scheduled topics ranging
from gang rape to unpaid
housework.
Organizers said 48 women
from 24 countries will testify
before the tribunal. Men were
banned, and male journalists
were restricted to the opening
and closing sessions and a
daily briefing.
The scheduled witnesses in-
clude an Irishwoman who al-
leges she was committed to a
psychiatrist asylum by her hus-
band, a Danish pornography
model, a French prostitute and
victims of gang rape.
THE TRIBUNAL was also to
hear a tape recording by wo-
men inmates in the United
States alleging sexual brutali-
ties in jail.
The "crimes against women"
were divided into three broad
Sgroups:
I@ Those related to reproduc
tion and medicine: includin
forced motherhood or forced
sterilization and sexual abus
by doctors and psychiatrists o
'female patients.
0 Economic"and social:,un
paid work of housewives, th
double workload of women wit
a paid job, oppression of wo
men in the home, the larg
number of women among th
poor, persecution of lesbians
Idiscrimination against foreig
migrant women in Europe an
crimes against native women i
South Africa and Australia.
*Physical and psychological
violence: wife - beating, rape
forced prostitution, bruta
treatment of pornography mod
els and women prisoners, an
femicide, a new word coined t
underline that more wome
are killed by men than men b
women.
The opening session heard
message from French feminis
writer Simone de Beauvoir.
"The status imposed on wo
men leads... to unacceptabl
crimes against the human per
son," she wrote. "There is n
legal protection in most case
I hail in it the start of
radical decolonization of w
men."
Most of the participants
the tribunal were from the $
dustrialized countries, but ther
were also women from India
South Korea, Mexico 41n
Greece.
WOMEN ARRIVING at th
conference had to sign a stat
ment agreeing to concentra
on crimes against women. Th
was done to prevent the tribu
al from being disrupted by p
litical debates such as occu
red at the United Nations Wo
men's Year conference in Me
ico last year.
Organizers said the reason fo
banning male reporters fro
much of the proceedings wa
the unwillingness of many wi
nesses to speak before me
Also, tbey said an earlier co
ference in Britain to whi
mie ionrnalists were admitte
w" ridiculed in the press.
The organizers insisted the

did not represent any mov
ment and they apologized fo
sitting on a dais high abov
ftheir "sisters."
Want to:
" Accompany group
singing?
* Play in any key?
. Transpose?
These are some of the
things you'll learn in
our Class Piano Pro-

44

new Nikko 3035 am/fm stereo receiver, Ohm E
bc so e- loudspeakers and a BSR 2260X turntable with a
where else. Be- Shure magnetic cartridge provides.
cause you get a _

at your disposal.

as if you walked in
with an open check-

Just

written quarantee

book.

(We figure

that we'll pay you back the difference be-
tween our price, and any lower price you
may see within thirty days of your purchase.
Even if it's some other store's sale price.

that if we give you a
chance to just look,
around, we'll have a
better chance of get-
ting your business if

The Larger Advent Loudspeakers included in
this exceptional $525 system reproduce all
musical sounds with an almost uncanny lack
of coloration - especially when combined
with the very powerful Cambridge Audio
2500 am/fm stereo receiver! The Philips GA-
427 belt-drive turntable with an Audio-
technica 90E Dual Magnet cartridge con-

pletes the system.

A D\ E\T

Philips

$525.

(Since our

everyday prices are so low, this

Cambridge Audio audio-technica

really

isn 't very risky for us).

it

Nam

you ever decide to
Andif a component buy a quality mnusic systemn).

proves to be defective,
we11 either fix it
within three working
days, or give you a

You don't have to spend money to spend an

interesting afternoon or evening at Tech

Hifi.

Come in soon.

You have nothing to lose.

new one.

We also

provide a five-year
FREE QUEEN POSfERS labor guarantee for

C'dome in to any of the Tec i nn locations
indicated below for a giant Queen poster-
not available in any store at any price!
No purchase is necessary.

recommended loud-
speakers, three-year

labor guarantee for recommended electronics,
and a one-year labor guarantee for recom-
mended turntable and tape decks. All at no
extra cost !

THE LOWEST PRICE FOR THE HIGHEST FIDELITY.

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k
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gram. (Yes, you'll also
learn how to play the
piano.) For 4-year-olds
and up.
Fnr free film shnwin nnd

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