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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, May 27, 1971

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thuradoy, May 27. 1971

EVERY RECORD YOU
BUY IS CONE
MORE REASON
TO OWN A DUAL
If you stop to think of your total investment in records-
which may be hundreds or even thousands of dollars-we
think you'll agree that the component that handles those
fragile records should do so with the utmost care and pre-
cision. '
So Ft-FIl BUYS recommends DUAL. Reason One: every Dual
ever tested by an independent laboratory has been found to 1
exceed its own specifications. Now that's quality. Reason
Two: Most 1-i-f i professionals include a Dual in their own
component system, and not always the most expensive model.
That's economy plus. Reason Three: Every Dual is precision
engineered to take the best possible care of your records and
to produce the best possible performance from them.
So here's the three Dual at HI-FI BUYS-the 1215 at $99.50,
the 1209 at $129.50 and the 1219 at $175.00. So Step Inside
HI-FI BUYS and compare for yourself the refrinemeots and
advanced fe.atures of D~ual and then be kind to your records!
DUli
l)UAI, 1219 AUTOMATIC TURNITABIE

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grand jury but would not spec-
ify the exact number.
Sources indicated h o w e v er
that an additional four sub-
poenas have been issued by the
grand jury.
Ktelley told newksm -n yesterday
he would 'not cooperate" with
the grand jury investigation.
"We're going to burn o ur
subpoenas outside the en u r t-
house, take the fifth amend-
ment and disrupt the proceed-
ings as much, as we can," he
said.
Ktelley added that he would
tell newsmen which questions

he was asked in the closed door
hearing,
Kelley and Taube's attorney.
Leonard Weinglass, last night
termed the subpoenas a "harass-1
nelent" so people who are -open
about their politics,
"It's not at all clear what they
are after." Weinglass said, "but
what is Clear is that the govern-
ment is misusing the grand jury
as an investigative arm of the
Federal -B u r e a u of Investiga-
-f-inn."
"It proves the FBI cannot
conclude its own investigations
and must rely on grand juries
to force information out of peo-
ple," he said.

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
111LUR5DAY, MAY 27
Day Calendar
Mental Health Researeh Institute:
Michael Schmsidt. Central State Hos-
pital, Noshville, Tenn., "The Cyclic
Amp System is the Developing R at
Brain : A Possible Trieger far En-
zymseDesveopment ?' 1t57 MHR~I, 1:41
p.m.
American Heeitage Nigh~t: Williams-
hues, Mich. Leagsie Cafeteria, 50 7:15
Renanid Use
Daily Classifieds

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it's a man's sunshine world
in 'Jarmans. .. the wooden sole
sandals that are designed with both
your comfort and style sense in
mind, Ebony brown leather. $8.

lit-Fl BUYS
SAnns Arbor-East Lansing
611 S. MAIN 769-4700
"Qsaly/ Sound Throigh Quality Eqipinent"

Jaob Sor'

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Col umbian
Record,.i..
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THE REAL THING LIVE MOMENTS j
LIST SALE LIST SALE LIST SALE
-aeREULAR 349 _REUA 299 RGLR 9 43;
E30512 E30511
gar #4 Cellar
the student store in the Union basement
SUMMER HOURS
Mo nday, Thursday 9-9 -
Edga Winer IN HUSETuesday, Wednesday, Friday 9-+6
WHITE TRASH LIST SALE Saturday' 12-5 -
LIST. SALE RGLA 99' Closed Sunday
4.98"
REGULAR closed Fri.-Mom, Na 28-31 for inventory

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