THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, August 19, 1972
Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, August 19, 1972
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Outdoor rock festival "Crest 1"
is scheduled for noon to midnight
Labor Day at the Clarks Motor
Speedway in Ionia County. Head-
lining the event is Quicksilver
and Phlorescent Leech and Ed-
die (formerly the Mothers of In-
vention), as well as 16 other
bands including Bob Seeger, the
Amboy Dukes and Tee Garden
and Van Winkle.
Promoters warn that the speed-
way will be heavily patrolled by
posse on horseback and in all-
terrain vehicles to prevent en-
trance without tickets, which are
available for $8.00 at the Univer-
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