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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, August 4, 1972

Page. Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, August 4, 1972

OPEN EVERY NIGHT
Higgledy, piggledy,
Centicore Booksellers
Pride themselves properly:
"We sell the most
"Hitherto unobtained
"Neo-Incunables."
Rodomontade? Justi-
Fiable boost...
Double doctyl from
the book Centicore Poems
Main Store Branch Store
336 Maynard 1229 S. Univ.
663-1812 665-2604

Group presses GOP
for plank on women
WASHINGTON OP) - With will push for liberalized ab
women delegates numbering tion laws and for equal ci
about 30 per cent of the Repub- economic and human rights
lican National convention, women, ranging from a share
strong efforts will be made to top policy government posts
put a women's rights plank into child care programs.
the GOP platform. Caucus leaders said they
The National Women's Politi- not expect any of the issues
cal Caucus said yesterday it become convention floor batt
as they did with the Democr
last month.
DO YOU KNOW The women's rights plant
has jst similarto one adopted by1
hat shtenw Co the 14th Democrats. But, in calling
& 15th County Commissioner equal appointment of women
Districts are student districts? jobs of top responsibility,
cluding the Supreme Courta
Kathleen Fojtik Cabinet,it adds a call
14th DISTRICT COMMISSIONER, "equal upward mobility forv
AUG. 8 men in civil service, especia
paid political advertisement at low and middle managem
levels.

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COLD BEER & WINE
DELIVERED To Your Door .(Dorms Included)
THOMPSON'S PIZZA
761-0001
PIZZAS--SHRIMP
CHICKEN FISH
NO DELIVERY CHARGE!

The women's caucus, whose
goal is a 50-50 delegate repre-
sentation for both parties, stat-
ed that the GOP record this
year is a good one considering
that Republicans had no reform
guidelines.
- REFORM
EDUCATION
deoerat
state representative
Poid Poltiea1 Advertisemenot

3rd
Ann Arbor Medieval festival
August 5 August 6
11 :00 a.m. West Park 1 1 :O: a.m. Diag
3:00 p.m. Burns Park 3:00 p.m. Arboretum"
3 PLAYS:
"The Creation," "The Washtub,"
"The Meat-Pie and the Plum Cake"
Medieval Music Court Dances
Juggling
'no motorized vehicles allowed in Arb

A century apart
Blind and almost deaf, Emma Thate of Fairmont, Minn., shares
a moment with her great-great granddaughter, Shelly Ann Ru-
dolph. The baby was born July 17 and shares her birthday with
Thate, born 100 years ago on July 17.

You
and Martha's for
TONIGHT !

are cordially inited t bGeorge
an evenin, of fun and gamaes
8 P.M. SHARP!

SHOP TONIGHT UNTIL 9:00 P.M.
CLOSED SATURDAYS THROUGH AUGUST 12
MEN'S DOUBLEKNIT
FLARE SLACKS
13.50
The time to fill in your
hot weather wardrobe_
is now when you can save
on permanent press
polyester and polyester blend!
slacks in solid colors
and patterns. Packable and
wrinkle-free, they're the
ultimate in comfirt.
THE MEN'S STORE
Jaob on'i
LIBERTY AT MAYNARD
M.r:Mf M.:.:.M..:ne.v:v^rV^ :{^ " .'JrJ::}"C{:

Goose is cooked
SALT LAKE CITY ()-Alert-
ed by a report of smoke, Fire
Chief Jack Shields charged
into a kitchen here yesterday to
find a pot of chicken on the
stove with a note saying: "Paul:
Chicken is on stove and rolls
are in oven. Paula."
Shields doused the burning
chicken and left his own note:
"Fire Department was her and
put chicken in sink, turned off
oven."
New
Freshmen!
Do you want money, a draft
deferment, leadership and
management training,
self-confidence?
If your answer is yes, then
invest t/2 hour of your time
to find out how you obtain
the above by attending the
Army ROTC orientatidn at
Room 200 in North Hall at
3:30 p.en. every day.

MICHIGAN REPERTORY '72's production of
* EDWARD ALBEE'S
Box Office Open 12:30-8 p.m. WHO'S
Individual Tickets $3, $2 AFRAID OF
Phone 763-3333
Good Seats Still Available VIRGINIA
WOOLF?
IN THE AIR-CONDITIONED POWER CENTER
STUDENT RUSH AVAILABLE

PIZZA BOB'S has a submarine for everyone.
You can spend from fifty cents to fifty dollars, and get the finest
submarines in Ann Arbor. Most are available on white sesame
or whole wheat buns.
We suggest the SUPER SUB with:
SEVEN DIFFERENT MEATS
PROVOLONE CHEESE
LETTUCE, TOMATO, ONION,
OLIVE OIL, SPICES & HOT SAUCE
ON A LARGE BUN
only $1.50
If there are two, three, or four of you, try a DESTROYER. It's
two feet long and absolutely delicious, and only $3.75
814 S. STATE 665-4517
No matter what your taste buds dictate,
you'll find something you like at Pizzo Bob's

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