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June 21, 1974 - Image 9

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Friday, June 21, 1974

INGLIS HOUSE, the University's guest lodging for visiting
dignitaries, lies among the well-trimmed lawns off Geddes.
The house was bequeathed to the University by James Inglis,
a businessman who built it in 1926.
What's NEW on SOUTH U?
GET ALL THE NEWS AS IT HAPPENS
DAILY MONTHLY
N.Y. Times Cosmopolitan
Chicago Tribune National Lampoon
Detroit Newspapers Psychology Today
Washington Post Ployqir
Wall Street Journal Playboy & Hundreds more
WEKLY PLUS
People Al the b e st selles in
Time Magazine paperbackband hardbound
Newsweek Books and Magazines on
New Yorker every conceivable subject.
Sports Illustrated Alphabetical by author.
SPECIAL ORDERS WELCOME
Another COMMUNITY NEWSCENTER
Open 8:30 a.m.-1I1 p.m. 7 days a week
1301 South University-Ph 662-6150
ATTICA BRIGADE in
Conjunction with FRIENDS
OF NEWSREEL present!
a co-benefit:
ALFRED HITCHCOCK
in
STRANGERS ON
A TRAIN
at 7:15 P.M.
MARLON BRANDO
in
ONE EYED JACKS
at 9:15
Modern Language Auditorium
Friday and Saturday
June 21 and 22
admission $1.25, $2.00 for both shows

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine
Paid Politicol vAdertisement
T1~J onthe issuesC
"Women, blacks, chicanos, and people of all religions have
the right to equal credit from banks and other institutions,
and these institutions should be subject to criminal penalties
if they do not grant equal credit."
Bursley failed us by voting to remove criminal penalties from
an equal credit bill already passed by the House. (H.B. 4639).
If you want a state senator
who is deeply committed
to equality,
VOTE in the
Aug. 6 Primary
EorEStat
Senarer
D cmocrat..
FAYE FOR SENATE COMMITTEE, Richard P Browne, Treas
406 Manor Dr., Ann Arbor, Mich. 48105
* GRAND OPENING SALE *
Harry's Army Surplus
NOW CELEBRATING ANOTHER GREAT
STORE IN ANN ARBOR
Vietnam Jungle Boots .. ..... $12.98
req $15.98
Army Wood Folding Cots .... $7.98
re. $9.98
M-52 Field Jacket ........ $14.98
G-1 5 Gallon Gas Cans .. . $10.98
NOW ONLY
BACKPACKERS SPECIALS
2 Man Coated Nylon Mt. Tent $25.98
req $3098
2 Lb. Down-Feather Sleeping Bag
req. $37.98 . ... $33.98
Mylar Sleeping Bag .... $17.98
re. $2}.98
Lensetic Compass $1.49
reo $2.25
Dunham Hiking Boots .......$18.98
Heavy Canvas Musette Bag $4.98
oeq.$598
Nylon Back Pack w Frame .. $25.98
req. $29.98
CAMPERS SPECIALS
2 Man Canvas Mt. Tent ............reg. $22.98 .. $17.98

W/FLOOR AND SCREEN
Deluxe 9x12' Cabin Unit reg. $94.98 . . $84.98
MANUFACTURED BY NATIONAL CANVAS-HEAVY DUTY
Aluminum Folding Cots ............reg. $12.98 . $ 9.98
RED TAG SALE-
Selected styles of Jeans ........... reg. to $13.98 . . $ 5.00
TWO LOCATIONS
201 E. Washington 1166 Broadway
MICHisANBANARso (at 4th) (north of Broadway bridge)
994_3572 769-9247
SALE ENDS SA TURDAY AT 6 P.M.

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