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July 22, 1978 - Image 13

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The Michigan Daily-Saturday, July 22, 1978-Page 13

Daily Photo by JOHN KNOX
The Fair from a Chair
His drink can wait, the show's on. A spell-bound Art Fair spectator takes in a puppet performance during yesterday's broiling festivities.

Fair also a marketplace of ideas
(Continued from Page3) nitted to saving the lives of endangered telling people all afternoon that he's
they polemicize and pass out bumper whales, seals, and porpoises. In two going to come here at about 3:30, but so
stickers, T-shirts, signs and other days, Greenpeace has received $2,000 in far it hasn't generated much interest."
message-bearing items are sold. donations at the Art Fair. The diversity of organizations, which
It is an unlikely mixture, which sees NOT EVERY GROUP, however, was have often conflicting viewpoints, has
organizations like the Humane Society, successful in reaching the Art Fair occasionally caused friction between
the Holistic Health Council, the crowd. The Art Fair Council has seen to the booth folks.
Washtenaw County Coalition Against it that all booths promoting political While a Right to Life group passed
Apartheid, and the raffle committee for candidates were arranged around a out literature and bumper stickers
St. Patrick's Church of Northfield tree close to East University. Of the 11 reading "Choose Life," a nearby Plan-
Township side-by-side. Here, success tables set up, few reported much recep- ned Parenthood organization sold T-
(i.e. "getting the word out") is a mixed tion of any sort from the public. shirts with two oranges pictured on
proposition. "Only five or six people have come up them. Above the oranges, the shirt says
propositio. e"nlyfivtorsixpeopethveaVASCTOY,"and then, below:
"It's probably one of the best ways to and stopped here," said Paul Kreb- "ALL JUICE AND NO SEEDS." Often
reach people," said John Findley of sbach, working on the Senate campaign there are hot words.
Greenpeace, a group primarily com- of John Otterbacher. "We've been

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