Page 14-Friday, October 15, 1982-The Michigan Daily
This is a ' t
good week to'sail
on in to Tech Hifi.
Because you'll get
low sale prices on
the best in home, car, and portable stereo. You'll
save on the smart buys in home computers,
games, software, and accessories. We've got
top-rated phone equipment, stereo furniture,
and much more!
Tech's got a whole new world of
iru Sunday Oct. 17th
By MIKE MCGRAW
Don't wander down to the University
golf course with your pitching wedge in
hand this afternoon, because the golfers
will make way for the Michigan men's
cross country team as the Wolverines
host a home dual meet against
Michigan State. This is the only com-
petition for-the harriers in Ann Arbor
Coach Ron Warhurst will put his unde-
feated dual meet record on the line at 4:00
p.m. when the harriers will take the
mark at the start of the 5.2 mile course.
Its a good bet, though, that Michigan's
consecutive dual meet winning streak
will reach 12 as Warhurst expects little
trouble from the Spartans.
"THERE WON'T be much com-
petition in this race, but it will be a good
testing ground for our team," said
Warhurst "We're going to set our top
seven people to run Big Tens pretty
State has one runner, Tom Irman,
that Warhurst feels will be among the
top finishers, but overall the Spartans
have very little depth.
"I'm not afraid at all to say that we
should win, in fact it should be a
blowout," said senior runner Don
Passenger. "I think coach Warhurst's
goal is to run up the score against
So those who enjoy seeing running
races in open ground, should come by the
18th hole of the golf course at 4:00 p.m
And while you're there, maybe you ca.
work a bit on those middle-distance iron
shots as well.
tainment for you to
discover. And our
low Columbus week
Sale prices mean
smooth sailing for your budget!
Here are just a few examples of the
savings in store for you during Tech's big
Columbus Week Sale. And there are hundreds
more unadvertised specials in all 78 Tech Hifi
O'Sullivan walnut vinyl equipment
cabinet, glass doors, hinged top,
Save on all stereo furniture in stock
from JVC, SDI, and Gusdorf!
Sony auto-shutoff turntable pre-
straight arm Save $30! ... $119
Get a low Columbus Week Sale
price on turntables from JVC,
Dual, Technics, and Thorens!
Technics 35 watt/channel digital
receiver, new model, Space Di-
mension Controller for really big
sound, preset tuning
Other receivers from JVC, Hitachi,
Toshiba, Vector Research, and
Nikko are also on sale!
Toshiba pocket-sized stereo cas-
sette player with FM, metal tape,
2 headphone jack. Complete with
Save $20! .. . ..... .Nan..memo. .$99
Save on portables in all sizes from
Aiwa, JVC, Toshiba, Panasonic,
Crown of Japan, and more. Prices
start at just $29!
Keytronics cordless telephone,
500' range, auto redial.
Save on automatic dialers, answering
machines, and speaker phones
Panasonc and PhoneMate, too!
$359 Save $60!
Technics 20 watt/channel slimline
Onkyo E75 2-way speakers, at-
tractive rosewood vinyl finish
Hitachi HT-21 belt-drive, auto-
Pickering 220E ellliptical phono
Clarion 3150 AM/FM stereo cassette
player complete with two Pioneer
TS-167 61/2" two-way speakers.
Fits almost all cars, great sound!
Car stereo from Sony, Panasonic,
Jensen, and Mitsubishi is
Columbus Week Sale priced, too!
Tech's got the newest and
best values in home computers. In-
cluding the Timex 1000. It gets you
into the computer age for less than
$100! And we've got the best-selling
Commodore and Atari computers,
too!. Plus a great selection of games,
software, and accessories in stock!
Hitachi D-E11 Dolby® cassette deck,
modern slimline styling,
metal tape, super value
Save $41! ............... $98
You'll save on cassette decks from
Sony, Vector Research, Aiwa,
Technics, Onkyo, Fisher, and
And another thing . . . preppies
NEVER win Griddes because Daffy, I
mean Duffy, always picks Dartmouth
Why? Dartmouth is THE drinking
school, and drinking is the real prep
Preps would bet for the school Mum-
my and Daddy went to, but those are top-
drawer colleges, and thus have crew
and lacrosse instead. (Football is for
the great unwashed.)
And if Kip, Skip, Chip, and Trip ac-
tually do get close to the stadium, they
rarely escape the tailgate party long
enough to get a peek at the game. So
even if you do summer at home, bring
your properly identified picks to the
Daily before midnight tonight for a
chance at a small one-item Pizza Bob's
pizza. At least you can be sure you will
beat the blue-bloods.
1. MICHIGAN at Iowa (pick score)
2. Ohio State at Illinois
3. Indiana at Minnesota
4. Michigan State at Wisconsin
5. Northwestern at Purdue
6. USC at Stanford
7. Temple at Pittsburgh
8. West Texas State at Florida
9. James Madison at VMI
10. Houston at SMU
11. Mississippi State at Miami (Fla.)
12. Iowa State at Missouri
13. Washington State at UCLA
14. Arizona at Notre Dame
15. Harvard at Dartmouth
16. Ohio U. at Eastern Michigan
17. Ball State at Kent State"
18. Abilene Christian at Angelo State
19. Clarion State at Slippery Rock
20. DAILY LIBELS at Fryed Iowans
Nikko NR-520 new 30 watt/chan-
nel digital receiver, preset tuning
EPI A-100 consistently top-rated, 2-
Dual 505 deluxe belt-drive, auto-
shutoff turntable with low-mass arm
Audio-Technica AT-90E elliptical
...other Columbus Week Sale
systems priced as low as $199!
Expert car stereo installation available
At participating Tech Hifi stores. Power ratings
into 8 ohms, 20-20 kHz.
Not responsible for typographical errors.
Tech's got the new Mattel
Synsonics drums -the complete drum
set you hold in your hand. Plus the
amazing Casio portable electronic
music composers. Try any of them,
and be astonished.
School of Education
Fall Lecture Series
and an Educated Society
The Continuing Challenge
Monday, October 18
and the Urban
8 to 10 p.m.
Tech Hifi will not b
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