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Friday, August 11,11972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Fridy, Agust1 1,1972THEMICHGAN AILYPan.Nin

Centicore Bookshops, Inc.J
OPEN EVERY NIGHT
Trees do it every year. How tong has it been since
you turned over a new leaf?

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HUGE PEANUT
Thse South China Sesgis shap-
ed vaguely like a huge peanut
with two large bumps along its
western edge. They are the Gulf
of Thailand, bordered by the
Malay Peninsula, Thailand, Cam-
bodia and South Vietnam and the
Gulf of Tonkin, bordered by
China and both North and South
Vietnam.

MAIN STORE
336 Maynard
663-1812

BRANCH STORE
1229 S. University
665-2604

THE SCHOOL OF M USIC presents
Mozart's Opera
C0SI FAN TUTT"E
SUNG IN ENGLISH
August 18, 19, 21 & 22-8:00 P.M.
MENDELSSOHN THEATRE/
Conductor: Josef Blatt Stage Director: Ralph Herbert 1
TICKETS: $3.00 Some reserved seating avail- MAIL ORDERS: School of Music Opera, Men-
able at $1.50 for University students with I.D. delssohn Theatre, The University of Michigan,
cards. Sold at Box Office only Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Box Office opens Auugust 14 at 12:30 P.M. Information 764-6118
TRY IT YOU'LL LIKE IT!
mr. pizza
Liberty at Division
NOW OFFERS A NATURAL FOODS PIZZA
WITH A WHOLE WHEAT CRUST
* VALUABLE COUPON :(same price as our regular crust)
50c OFFFREDLVY
Any Medium or LargeF
PIZZA
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INVESTIGATION:
Abuse o campaign
donations charged
WASHINGTON (P) - An in- yesterday, however, that the
vestigation by the General Ac- $25,000 check was "properly
counting Office (GAO) charges and lawfully accounted for" by
that money contributed to Pres- Republican finance officials.
ident Nixon's reelectionccam- Responding to questions at a
paign was used to finance the National Press Club luncheon,
break-in attempt at the Demo- MacGregor said that, from his
cratic National Committee own investigation, he is satis-
headquarters, the Washington fied that the check was cashed
Star-News recently reported. by Barker and the proceeds
Informed sources close to the turned over to the campaign
Investigation claim the break- treasury.
in was apparently carried' out MacGregor said that the $25,-
without the knowledge or au- 000 check was listed in a report
thorization of officials from the filed with the General Account-
Committee to Re-elect the Pres- ing Office by campaign finance
ident or other GOP leaders. director Maurice Stans.
MacGregor predicted the
Bernard Barker, a Miami real GAO's current investigation
estate man and one of the five would confirm the "assessment
men arrested in the Democratic ' of facts, I've given here today."
headquarters incident reported- MacGregor declined to com-
ly cashed a $25,000 campaign nent on the Star-News' report
check which later turned up in tt the tae-New s in park
his Florida bank account the that the $89,000 was in Bark-
Star-Newsaid.'at er's Florida account.
Star-News said. "I haven't had an opportun-
The newspaper also reported ity to investigate the facts,"
that additional contributions to MacGregor explained.
Nixon's reelection campaign MacGregor said, however,
totaling $89,000 had been de- that there was a "very vigorous
posited in four installments in- prosecution" of the current fed-
to Barker's account. eral investigation of the Demo-
Clark MacGregor, President cratic 'headquarters bugging in-
Nixon's campaign director, said cident, which he called an "ab-
_____ .solutely idiotic, wholly unau-
'jthorized and bizarre operation,"

Gloaa a
to di e - t o* t
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AUSTIN
DI A MON D
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BULLETIN
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Stuslent organization notices are
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more information, phone 764-9210.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 11
DAY CALENDAR
A-V Center Films: "Brian's Song,"
Aud. 4, Mod. Lang. Bldg., 7, 9 p.m.
Codrecreational Family Night: for
faculty & staff, IM Bldg., 7-10 p..
International Folk Dance: Barbour
Gym, 8-10 p.m.; teaching 8-9 p.m.
Music School: william David, piano
doctoral, Sch. of Mus. Recital Hall, E
p.m.
University Players: Gelbart, Sheve-
love & Sondheim's "A Funny Thing
Happened on the Way to the Forum,"
Power Center, 0 p.
PERSISTENT
Old Faithful hasn't been know
to miss a performance in .E
years.

AtE A

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CARR1IAGE HOUSE THE FORUM DEAN APARTMENTS
emostpopu aron camp
These buildings didn't get to be popular '
on looks alone. Charter apartment buildings
have dishwashers, air-conditioning, balconies,
vacuums for each apartment, and a few even
have fireplaces.
Our staff of 18 (including 5 full-time main-
tenance men) will help you with any apartment
need you may have.
These apartments are popular for good reasons-
stop by and let us talk with you about them.

Drunk ?

Debaucherer ?

Degenerate?

IF SO, TRY THE
DAILY SPORTS STAFF
"No matter how bad you are,
we'll make you worse."

S. University at Washtenaw 665-8825

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