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May 29, 1975 - Image 10

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Page Ten

THiE MiCHiGAN DAILY

Thursday, May 29; 1975

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAiLY Thursday May 29, 1 975~

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1976 BICENTENNIAL SALE.
WE NEED CASH-SALE.
3 DAYS ONLY-Thurs., May 29, Fri., May 30, and Sat., May 31

Garrard
Turntables
Model 42
REG. $94.95
BLOW-OUT $49.88
PRICE
IEModel 70
REG $13995
BLOW-OUT $179.88
PRICE
Model 86
REG $159.88
SINGLE PLAY
BLOW -OUT $119.95
PRICE
Tape Prices Cut
Maxell UDC 90
REG. $6.49
$2.90
UD 35-7 REG. $8.70
Now $5.25
TDK ED 90
RE. $5.60
Now $3.00
Superscope HF-62
REG. $1.49
Now 99c
Superscope
Portable
Recorders
C-10l REG. $59.95
Now $39.95
C-102 REG. $79.95
Now $59.95
C-106 REG. $109.95
NOW $89.95
C-108 REG. $159.95
Now $124.88
336 S. State,

SANSUI
Price Cut
881 REG. $529.00
Now $399.95
661 REG. $349.95
Now $289.95
AN-IDI REG $99.95
Now $79.95
ORX 6001
REG. $759,00
Now $549.95

JENSEN.
Speaker Dump
Model 3
REG. $99.50
DUMP $69.88
PRICE EACH
Model 4
REG $12995
DUMP $97.77
PRICE EACH
Model 5
REG $199.50
PCE *

SHURE Cartridge Sale
M91ED . . . . $54.95 $17.88
I VEt TYPE Ill . . $77.50 $56.00
UNLIMITED STOCK
SUPERFIEX HEADPHONES
TL-3 REG. $39.95
S~iC 10$29.88
SAVE UP TO
30% ON ENTIRE
HEADPHONE STOCK
ALL ITEMS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE
super savings on many demo models
AN N ARBOR
MUSIC, MART

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State House
unit to hear
bills for
non-smokers
LANSING (UPI) - H o u s e
Public Health Chairman Ray-
mond Hood says his comnmittee
Will consider a series o4 bills
next Thursday aimed at pro-
tecting the rights of non amok-
'"There seems to be cansider-
able support for this kind of
legislation and it only seemss
fair that non-smokers be pro-
vided some kind of protection
from the smoke of_ someone
else's cigarette," Hood, (D-De-
troit), said Wednesday.
THE BILLS to be cansidered
would limit smoking in host/i-
sas, nursing homes ad h "ees
for the aged and res .i-:t smst k
ing in public buildisgs a tdid oh-
lic meetings.
Hood said he does not sspp
legislation that bans s asskng
altogether even thou,;h hiscur-
mitee will take up bill, pr.-
hibiting smoking in elevators
theaters, libraries, art muse
ums, concert hulls ad retaur-
ants.

It's a spewing smoke-
stack. It's litter in the
streets. It's a river where
fish.can't live.
You know what pollu-
tion is.
But not everyone does.
So the next time you see
pollution, don't close your
eyes to it.
Write a letter. Make a
call. Point itout tosomeone
who can do something
about it.
People
start pollution.
People
can stop it.
sh* Americie-

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