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Wednesday, July 19, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

.Page Eleven

Wednesday, July 19, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven

Arts and crafts to
grace city's streets
(Continued feomsi Pae 2) the artists pay provide
af the' fair, is res ponsible fur the rest with the An
the selection of accepted artists Art Fair Association
and the issuance of invitations., ing an annual con
The committee's decisions are and organizing set-u
final: The roup, with the help fair and pubilcity.
of participating artists, evalu- The fair attracts bu
ates all work at the fair to aid the sales that move
in issuing invitations for the stock and provides a d
following summer. from the normal, rat
On the technical side of con- summer routine.
structing the fair, S. University The street fair has
merchantshdonate their time ta lung way since its ha
first repair and building the ginning. The idea for
booths, then to keeping vigil was originally the is
over the fair while in progress of a Mr. Carmen, the
to see that it runs smoothly. a State St. shoe sture,
Finally, they dismantle the proached the Ann A
entire fair and clean up the the summer of 1959.
site. Although many new peo- Aithugh 1.000
ple volunteer their time each th out1nd0 i
year, many have been working ances filtered back,
with the fair committee over its popularity grew to the
entire 13-year history.pe 1963 wtygren artist
Those who work each year 193whn 63ats,
putting up the booths, which up and the area besp
are covered with visqueen roof oursdatithepair
and wired for light and power, Hoursof mhe 1aip t
boast that last summer, the will be 9 a m to 10 p.n
entire area was" constructed in through July 21, a
less than four hours. to 5 p.m., July 22.
In addition to the S. Uni-
versity Businessmen's Associa-
tion, the fair is also sponsored BARG
by the Ann Arbor Art Associa- TWO DAYS O
tion, the Chamber of Com-
merce, and the University. AN
The association between the
businessmen and the artists has CHI LDRE
stuck through the years, offer-
ing a rare example of symbiosis
between the two, with both pro-
fiting and neither pushing the
other around.
Businessmen provide between FC
a third and a half of the fair's ST.
operating budget (the fees that

e most o
inm Arbor
also giv-
tribution a
p of the
siness for
summer
istraction
ther slow
amble be-
the fair
nspiration
owner of
wh o ap-
.rbar Art
idea in
nvitations
9 accept-
the fair's
point in
s showed
.me 6ver-
ants.
this year
d. July 19
.d 9 am.

City galleries
offer variety
of art works
( Continued from$ Page 9)
collection was chosen by an
anthropologist in the South-
west. There are blankets, weav-
ings, jewelry, Navaho s a nd
paintings and - pre-Columbian
ceramics.
All the art in the Collector's
House of Art is concerned with
wildlife. They deal largely in
limited edition prints, the work
of five artists. The prints are
for the most part very realistic
pictures, sometimes a neat,
carefully detailed bird in the
Audubon tradition, sometimes a
tiger's head or an elephant
peeking over the jungle bushes.
They also sell Eskimo sculp-
ture and little copper . enamel
birds on branches made in Mich-
ig an. The gallery attracts a
1st of naturalascience students
and people who just like the
outdoors.
Art galleries in Ann Arbor of-
fer a variety of pleasures. They
invite your perusal.

Ann Arbor's Only
97 of our products are
directly from Japan{
Instant Ramen (noodle) over 10 kinds (4 for 96c)
Kikkomon soy sauce
Buldog brand Worster sauce & Tonkatsu sauce
Japanese high quality rice, KOKUHO, JAPAN ROSE
Japanese Rice Cracker (Arare)
Japanese fine Sake set
Japanese fine Tea set
Jaanese Electric Rice Cooker
Japanese Sumie Set4
apanese Hondmade Poper
Origami paper and many books
Japanese candies: BOTAN AME, FUJIYA
PEKO-CHAN, HARRIS GUMS, LOTTE GUMS
Frozen Fishes (SABA, IKA, TARAKO.. .)
Fish Sauce & Oyster Sauce
TEMPURA MIX POWDER
DRIED SEAWEEDS
M1SO-- (Sov Bean Paste)

'AIN DAYS SPECIAL
NLY-Wed. & Thurs., July 19 & 20
4Y ITEM IN OUR
N'S BOOK DEPARTMENT
20% off
OLLETT'FS
'ATE ST. 'AT NORTH UNIV.

WHO THE HELL
WANTS TO LIVE
N A 5-MAN
APARTMENT
Sound like a drag?
Well take just a moment to
look at the advantages.

Perhaps the first thing
to consider is money.
You can save about $10
a month in a 5-man apart-
ment just in rent alone,
plus additional savings
with food and utilities.
Crowded living?
Perhaps with most 5-man
apartments-however at
Charter Realty we have a
special group of atypical
apartments designed spec-
ifically for FIVE people-
(not a makeshift 4-man).
A living roons the size
of a ski lodge.
The living rooms are
mammoth, and cooking
and bath'facilities have
been carefully planned
for FIVE people. All in all
it's like living in a small
home, complete with air-
conditioning, dishwasher
and fireplace.

5-man apartments
are not for everyone..
It's a special kind of living-
however, with the right
apartment it can be quite
rewarding. Sharing respon-
sibility for cooking, cleaning
and food purchasing in an
apartment large enough for
five is communal living at
its best.
We would like to
tell you more.
If you need a fifth person,
or if we can help you with
any other apartment need
drop over to our office on
South University soon, or
give us a call at 665-8825.
We're open every day from
9:00 to 5:30, Saturdays
9:30 to 1:00.
Ca,'te' g4/t

l
5
ti

m a - a y u ulFu c
Various Japanese Teas, many others
ANNOUNCEMENT:
STARTING IN SEPTEMBER THERE WILL BE A
JAPANESE COOKING CLASS AND A JAPANESE
FILM SHOW ONCE A MONTH. FURTHER DE-
TAILS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.

in Campus Arcade Building
-AIR CONDITIONED-
Japan Arcade
611 CHURCH STREET
Sun., Mon.: 1 -6 TEL. 769-6644
Tues.-Sat.: 11-8

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