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The Michigan Daily
Edited and mannaged by Students at the
University at Michigan
Tuesday, August 17, 1976
News Phane: 764-0552
Stop!"
IN THIS SUMMER uf national political theatrics, there
are more pedestrian concerns for the people of Ann
Arbor. And the pedestrian concern of which we speak
In particular has mare to do with drivers than with pe-
destrians:
In ther name of fenders throughout the city, let the
power-that-he put up four-way stop signs at the corner
of Thomipson and Madison Streets.
Fall is almost4 here, and the Madison Street Canyon
between South and West Quads will soon be stuffed with
parked cars azain, making for one of the blindest cor-
ners in the city. Cruising cautiously up Thompson from
Packard, the wary driver stops at the lone stop sign,
breathes a few soft "Hail Marys'," and risks life and
property out in the No-Man's-Land corner.
Why is there no stop sign on Madison? Is the city
waging a sneaky war of attrition on University students?
Stop!
TODAY'S STAFF:
News: Phit R-Ikovov, Lni-, Josimevich. Ken Parsigian
Edit: Jim Tobin

Kansas City...
...and the GOP

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BOB 5111 JETS
MARK W~IT FNEY.. ...
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KATIHY MITHERN
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DEBBIE OHEYFU S
BETH STRATIFO(:RD....
NANCY BOCK
OLLIF KIESEL ......
DON I %I P SON

ANN MARC'IE lTPINSET
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Arts Editlsr
. . Sight Editore
. ~ Nl -ht Edio~r
.... .... .... Niga1t Editor
Atsitlant Nig ht Edlitor
Asitt ant Nighit Editiir
A. 4i,,Lint Ni-,htEditore
A-,st istlNighlt Editor
Assi-lial sNight Editor
or/s Staf f is'sElr
IFO t i% 50 Sports Edior
Night Bditor
Night Eriltor
Pli-St Editso
D itisay Adierrtiiig Mtniager
Ciriculation Manager
ClatsifiTed Manager
*. Cirtcilationl Director
0,51,1 AvriingiiAs't. Manae
*.Saleperon
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Salesprson

"She's complex and difficult to describe.
?t A city ... a town ... a place ... and a
way of life.
KANSAS CITY.
Big enough to be exciting. Small esough
tobe lisveable. Youang enlough to be beauti-
itl and dynamic -- yet old enoulgh to be
gracefulty prould and historis.
KANSAS CITY.
tDeep-rooted Mid-American values.
Strong, vibrant, self-reliant-with as much
-fa tradition of "making it Io its ossn" to-
uay as it has for the past 125 years.
KANSAS CITY.
A positive inftlence in the lives of Barry
Truman, Casey Stengel, Sachet Page, Count
Basie, tBird Parker, Satty Rand, Waltt Dis-
ney, Thomas Hart Benton, George Caleb Bing-
ham, Goodman Ace, Walter Cronkite, Burt
Bacharach, Ed Asner, Hughes Rudd, Ginger
Rogers, Jean Itarlow, loan Crawford, Cuab
Caltoway and the 1.3 millioin persons who
yie in tier mnetriopiitanll area today.
KANSAS CITY.
Where civic pride is an open religion and
quality a golden cute.
} KANSAS CITY
Warm, open, friendly - and newswoirthy.
Acity that prompted tharlie Brost's good
pat Snoopy to proclaim:

"Kansas City. Wiov! What a pace"
We've come to the same concluision. We
tthink it's one you'll share."
Fdti/sino/c - 1We didnl't iwr//c thi; iame
public relti//oisiwh/s for the Repulitcan Party
didt. It in a'sincludedlin tie.drrcs packet which
thec part 'sn/tut tori'por/ters coiver/ng th/s
ice-k's conTven/ti n nKaiisasi . We' 'think
it saes a lot abouif.. .
Thic Repmblicans.
People--. .-.a Par/y.i .a sta/i'of rn/nd.
Deep-coo/ieitM/d-Amein w11i//h deep-root-
ed Nids-Amler/cailvaluies.
Andi a deiepiroiited fiar of jiiiy Car/er
and1 /he /)iemicra/tic iart%
Andt a d~ee'-rooted jialsnt ) of the Demo-
crts il/'miioth//,aliP, itilncr 01 VNih York(Ci/y
iii -oii/h.
Thei'Repiiblicansi.
A /pos//ive /ifuiic on'ithe//ieI/sciof Ron
Ric'hardi Nion.
The Re'pabl/eans.
zrinhg fto tooik C'si/in chenilulthey knew
they 'i-c gioig hioge/ chTewed up aid si/t oot
li/kgepeanut shlelsiniiiNovmbier.

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