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Page Ten

THE MiCheiAN DAILY

Thursday, July 18, 1974

Fair brings hundreds to town Around A2

(Oontinued from Page 1)
THE FREE Arts Fair is open
to anyone who has the patience
to wait in line for a permit.
One woman waited for six hours
and said she heaved a sigh of
relief when she obtained one )f
the last permits handed out.
Edwards advocates the Free
Arts Fair primarily because he
knows the hardships of an art
merchant. "Anyone trying to
make a living with his hands
ought to get all the breaks thev
can get," he explained.
However Edwards says he

wonders whether people are be-
coming "oversaturated" since
the fair has expanded. He pro-
posed having two fairs at dif-
ferent times to give people a
chance to digest the goods for
sale. "It looks like there will
have to be some changes to do
justice to people who want to
see what we have to sell," he
said.
THE FREE Art Fair has also
been responsible for adding va-
riety to the fair such as the
refreshing Sneefler Puppetters.
Their soul singing puppets keep

the children enthralled and the
adults laughing when they sing
about such things as the fun-
kiest worm in the world who
"only come around when he
looks to get down."
Suzi lorrowitz and Teri Seltz
were the day's success story
when they sold out almost all
their candle ogres and animals.
By "fooling around" with dif-
ferent techniques, the women
arrived at candle figures made
from heavy duty wax capable
of withstanding the hot sun.
Not everyone was quite so
successful, however. A dis-
traught Carol Weiss admitted
that her stain glass hangings
were not exactly selling out, but
added, "I just refuse to get
pessimistic.'

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And then there was the dance
marathon. The contest started
at 10:00 yesterday morning and
the dancers were still moving
madly last night at their May-
nard St. location.
The winning couple as of last
night was comprised of a deter-
mined Susan Seilheimer and
Shirley Voisin. They admitted
being driven by their avarice
for the $500 gift certificates of-
fered for first prize.
The two met yesterday and
are both involved in dance and
gymnastics. They view the con-
test as both fun and a chal-
lenge to their athletic ability
and especially enjoy looking at
the onlookers.
"Everyone thinks they're look-
ing at us," said Seilheimer,
"but we're really the ones who
are looking at them."
The marathon extends until
Saturday and the pair plans to
spend their evenings off "col-
lapsing in a warm tub.'
More than 35,000 small hydro-
electric power stations have
been built in China during the
past 15 years, according to a
Peking Radio report heard in
Hong Kong.

The Peter Eckstein for State
Senator Committee will held a
panel discussion tonight from-
p.m. to 10 p.m. in the Ann Ar-
bor Public Library on "the state
of women in the state of Mich-
igan." Among the panel mem-
bers who will answer audience
questions will be Vivian Shaner,
president of the Ann Alr.r
chapter of the National Organ-
ization of.Women.
A free showing of children's
films, featuring Ben and Me,
is scheduled for 7 p.m. this eve-
ning in Auditorium 3 of the
Modern Languages Bldg. The
show is put on by the Usiver-
sity Audio-Visual Education Cen-
ter and is open to the publi .
The Student Coalition will hold
a meeting this evening it :30
p.m. in Anderson Room 1) in
the Union to determine what ac-
tion should be taken to oppnoe
a proposed set of guidelines de-
signed by the administration,
supposedly to increase tisc-d
accountablity of student groups.
All interested organizations sad
individuals are invited to attend

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e carefuiwith fire.
Remember:there are babes
inthewoo~ds.
And those baby fawns, rabb Follow all the rules of safety and
squkrels and trees need a safe, happy caution-just like any other place wheie
home. They need a place where they can there are children at play.
grow up strong and healthy.
Like babes everywhere.
so, please, be careful with fire when
youre in the forest.
n.,3snek b.A"d#Br art r

TONIGHT
Michigan Repertory '74
presenting
Shakespeare's comedy
THE TAMING
OF THE SHREW
POWER CENTER-8:00 P.M.
763-3333
BOX OFFICE OPENS AT NOON
TOMORROW: William inge's PICNIC
Smer Sale
.Ummer'e
large group
of merchandise
50% off
Suio 330
Special Showingfor Ann Arbor Art Fair
NEW WORLD SUMMER CINEMA Presents
Truffault's Luis Bunuel's
BELLE DU JOUR
Thursday, July 18, 9:30
Both Shows:
TWO ENGU.SI4 Modern languogc £ldg.-
GIRL.S 7:30 and 9:30'-4.25
Wed., July 17, 7:30 994-770
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