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Page Seven

Thursday, August 12, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, August 12, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Summer City
projects aid
area youths
(Continued from Page 1)
stricted program of activities
. that street people suggest them-
selves.
Summer City has also sponsor-
ed a job program which its or-
ganizers claim has been "very
successful." Through leafletting,
posters and newspaper advertis-
ing the program has found about
12& odd jobs for people since
early June.
Summer City according to
Donald Borut, assistant city ad-
ministrator, will have cost the
city of Ann Arbor about $4,000
this year.
The program, however, has not
4 been without its problems.
The biggest, according to De-
nise Moreault, has been the
hectic operation of coordinating
the program's limited resources.
"When you don't have a lot of
money you have to depend on
volunteers and free services,
which tend to be less reliable
since they're not paid for," she
says.
According to the coordinators,
the University, which owns Peo-
ple's Plaza, threatened several
weeks ago to discontinue the con-
certs because of alleged con-
sumption of alcohol and smoking
of marijuana by the rock bands
and the audience.

Iailv Clas if ic OPENING TONIGHT!
The Drunkard
'Continued ro"n Pnge 6)PERSONAL
C. P i-Wn. H. Smith
PERSONAL SALVATION ...
Offers you the finest music in town at Presented By
IF WHAT YOU see it what you get, the lowest prices. We need your sup-
ICt-om WHTYUsethe ouroweststr t 113 ! Ann Arbor Civic Theatre
Tom & Harry have the complete set pUnt-s to our new stoce at iO3
Loeoo&oev SUnivertity (at East U.) and re-
CFI( 1 west some music you'd like to hear. hr. riStAg
- We'li play it if we can, thank you T
UM BARBERS Weyarolso hose sue main ttore at D30
8:30-5.5 P .MON -SAT. UNION ma d thro gh the Arade. t ce 12i3 4, 9,2,a 21
eF6 WEDDING RINGS AND JEWELRY
Have Jhan create your own design in 830PM
THE PROOF white or yellow gold. Reasonahie
The Photography of Richard Lee is a prices. 769-7550. eFtc
continuing splay at Paradise-the u"
woterbed manufacturers - at 213 S MCAT & DAT Kaplan Tutoring Courses 803 W. WASHINGTON
Fourth Ave. Free-lance Editorial. now being formed. For information
Commercial and Portraits. 761-9452. and enrollment call (313) 851-6077 ADMISSION FREE
PAINTING JOBS DESIRED. 5 years es- BEAT THE HEAT, set your seat, we can
pFereoce tree estimates. Reliable. ref- make your summer a treat hyjoining
erences. Call 662-4736. CD) the Wove of the Future Fleet. rec
Love, Tom & Harry
DON'T MISS The Pawnbroker coming cFtc

- ampuslocation
-2&3 Bedrooms iD Baths)
Furnished and
fully carpeted
Air-conditioned
" Vacuum cleaner for
every apt.
-Dishwasher and disposal
-Parking
-1 aundrv Ftu'iiipis

Aug. 13-14 at 9 p.m. at the Newman
Center basement, donation$1. 27F68:
CUSTOM designed diamond engage-
mentrrings hand engraved,hammer-
ed, crafted wedding rings. Profes-
sionally styled. The finest work and
lowwmt prices is Ann Arbor. Asustin
Diamond, 1209 S. Unitersity. 663-7131,
c~tc
WEDDING INVITATIONS-Mod or Tra-
itional Style. Call 761-0042 anytime.
ee Marriae Certifi cate with order
cFtc
BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
Rh, $10 & $12 Rh negative only
Mon., Tues., Thurs. Cei. 9-4, Wed.
1-7. 18-21 years old need parent's
pecrmission,
Michigan Community Blood Center
404 W. Michigan, Ypsilanti
483-1894

PINBALL ARCADE, 1217 S. University
(across from Campus Theatre). 59F71
HYPNOTHERAPY - To improve study
habits, to lose weight ad stop smok-
ing. Douglas Beltz, 761-0440. ccr

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MODEL OPEN
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An agreement was reached Creative Photography
with the University that the con- WEDDINGS and Portraits. Professional
certs would continue as long as quality at student rates. Call David
it was announced that no mari- Loehr at 769-0053 for appointment to
see portfolia. c~tc
.Juana smoking or consumption of --. ... -- -
alcoholic beverages would be per- LIGHT CARPENTRY, Redwood fences,
mitted tile floors, painting and odd jobs.
Reliable. Call 662-4736. FD
Summer City coordinators say,
however, that they have never HOT PANTS make any waterbed
once seen pot or alcohol used at simmer.
the concerts. eFtc
the
Ann Arbor Rep. Theatre
presents'
THE STRANGLER
an absurd comedy
by ARNOLD POWELL
Sal., Sun., Mon., Aug. 14, 15, 16
1429 Hill-8:30-$1.50-Hillel Bldg.
P"ODff 662-6264
AT CORNERD OF STATE a. r LaIRFnT STa

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TONIGHT-As Scheduled
NOTE-Someone, for reasons known only to themselves, has seen fit to announce
that our showing of "Horses," scheduled since April, has been cancelled. This is
not true. In addition, it seems, this same organization has scheduled the same
movie for the same days. What this blatant competition will accomplish for them
remains to be seen.
Our regular patrons will be glad to hear, though, that our showing will be in
35 mm, a mint theatrical print, free from the defects so often found in 16 mm
prints. In addition, it will be projected on our big, wide screen, with 100% picture,
not the 88.9% picture one finds in 16 mm cinemascope movies. Further, there is
a sound advantage of approximately 10 db on either end of the frequency span.
Thanks for your continued support.
ACADEMY AWARD WINNER
61 YOU6-BEST SUPPORTING
Gm YOUNG ACTOR
THURSDAY
AND 35 mm
FRIDAY Theatrical
AUD. A, Print

ANGELL
JANE
FONDA
"BEST ACTRESS-
OF THE YEAR!'
-New York
Film Critics

"BEST
PICTURE
OF TH
YEAR!
-National Board
Of Review

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ASSOCIATEcRODUCR-..MUSIC JOHN GREN EXECTsIVE PRODUCEoRODORt B.SLiLS
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ROADCSTINGCOMPANESINC. PANA SON ICINERAMARELESINGCORPORATION
OriginalSoundirack Recording available cOnA BC-,
AUDITORIUM A ANGELL HALL
Shown at 5:00,.7:30 & 10:00 p.m.

John Wayne_- Richard Boone
-Ig Jake GPI
OPEN 12:45 SHOWS AT 1,3,"5, 7,_9 P.M.

presented by Summer Film Festival orson welles

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