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Tuesday, July 22 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

DAILY
CLASSIFIEDS
(Continued from Page 6)
USED CARS
VW FASTBACK b 1967, fair body,
good engine, dependable, asking
$600. Must sell - student needs
money. Call persistently, 761-7188
(after 6 p.m. on weekdays). 42N726
'70 PONTIAC Executive, air, power,
clean, dark blue charmer to be
proud of. Days, 761-4616, after 6,
429-7751. 46N726
OPEL OT, 1973-4 speed. 1 owner.
Excellent condition. 434-0244. dN
PERSONAL
THE COOLEST SPOT in town.
Bowling at the Union, 50c, win a
free game. F723
TENNIS INSTtUCTION
Former U. team player. Second year
in Ann Arbor. Bill, 763-6148. 50724
THE DISTINCTION of being South
U's only drug aoes belong in the
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. Univer-
sity. cFtc
REDUCED RATES for couples today,
11 a.m.-12:30 ao. Billiards at the
Union. c722
"MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR"
(it's good for our business)l
AUSTIN DIAMOND
1209 S. University, 663-7151
cFtc
PASSPORT PHOTOS taken at the
Daily, Wednesdays at 6 p.m. 764-
0552, ask for Steve or Ken. 65F726
WHO WANTS to get a haircut at
8:30 in the morning? U-M Stylists
at the Union. cF722
WRITER. suffering from too much
creativity and solitude, generally
lkeable, if long-winded, would like
to meet an intelligent, warm,
honest. not over-weight woman who
i interested in a serious relation-
yip. Telephone 995-1847, in the
evening. 39F725
OFFSET Printing Xerxox, Wedding
and Social Announcements.
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
214 S. 4th Ave. 994-4664
OPEN AT 1 P.M. TODAY. Billiards
and Bowling at the Union. cF712
HAROLD KLEIN. WHERE ARE
YOU? Your friends at 2101 Devon-
shire would like you to pick up your
beiloogings and settle accounts.
-EFdith. 52F722
PyRMANENIT WEGHT 1000
thronch Behavior Modification. Cal
904-0019. 17802
Th,.ACADEMY BOOK BINDERY is
aive and well in Dexter. Call for
free pick-up. 426-8081. eFtc
SMOKING CONTROL Through Be-
lvior Modification. Call 994-0019.
ALL NEW STUDENTS-
WELCOME TO CAMPUS PINBALL
ARCADE, 1217 S, UNIVERSITY
OPEN EVERY DAY
THE COPY MILL
10101 QUALITY-LOW COT
COPYING
211 B S. STATE
(NEAR GINO'S)
62-399
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
STANLEY H. KAPLAN
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Albert's Copying
Dissertation qualty. Location: In-
side David's Books, 529 E. Liberty
99402 etec

Voter registration plan delayed

(Continued from Page 1)
face of what they voted."
HENRY ALSO rejected the
resolution on grounds that State
Attorney General Frank Kelley
had earlier issued six objections
to the door-to-door voter regis-
tration amendment that came
before the voters in the last city
election. Henry suggested Kel-
ley may also find fault with
certain provisions in Wheeler's
resolution.
Wheeler's proposal provided
that "any registered voter in
Ann Arbor may be appointed as
a volunteer deputy registrar aft-
er successfully completing all
necessary training and being
sworn (in)-. . . This provision
was at variance with April's
Human Rights Party (HRP)
written amendment stipulating
that a maximum of 651 regis-
trars be appointed.
The resolution also included
stringent guidelines regulating
the political conduct of any
registrar. Although the proposal
states that "no person shall be
refused an application or be de-
nied the right to serve as a vol-
unteer deputy registrar because
of personal political involve-

ment . . ." it does prohibit any
registrar "from making state-
ments for or against any po-
litical party or candidate, or
wearing or distributing buttons,
labels, stickers, literature or any
other political materials while
performing . . .duties."
ACTION ON the door-to-door
voter registration issue was
promised by Wheeler and sever-
al other Democrats running for
Council during the April elec-
tions. The mayor had vowed as
a candidate that action would
be taken by Sept. 1 on the voter
registration system as well as
on the issue of rent control,
should he be elected. No action
has yet been taken toward a
rent control ordinance.
Council's unanimous vote to
table Wheeler's resolution was
prefaced by Councilman Jamie
Kentworthy's (D-Fourth Ward)
warning that "I will defer this if
I have some reassurance that
the Republicans will have an
open mind to the issue," when
it comes before Council again
in three weeks.
Henry blasted Kenworthy for
intimating that the Republicans

would not act on the issue with
an "open mind," suggesting that
Kenoworthy follow his own ad-
vice.
"IF YOU have the idea that
this is going to pass come hell
or high water then don't come
yelling to me about open minds,"
said Henry.
Political activist Greg Hebert
chided Council after the tabling
for bringing the issue before
Council while the majority of
University students are out of
the city. "I find that disgust-
ing," said Hebert.
"Because you made it this
much more difficult, when we
win the victory will be that
much more sweeter," he said.
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Lord of the Harpsichord
Since his entrance into the concert world in 1959, IGOR KIPNIS has performed
throughout the world; both as recitalist and as soloist with numerous orchestras. He
is especially well-known for his award-winning recordings, and his recital in Ann
Arbor this week is performed on the same harpsichord used in these recordings--
a 9-foot Rutkowski and Robinette.
His Program: ANONYMOUS: Three Italian Pieces
HANDEL: Suite No. 5 in E major
SWEELINCK: Three Pieces
DUSSEK:'"The Sufferings of the Queen of France"
BACH: Partita No. 3 in A minor
SOLER: Fandango
RECITAL on WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, in RACKHAM AUDITORIUM at 8:30;
tickets at $3, $5, and $6
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