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April 05, 1985 - Image 14

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domly" she said, although she did
describe her hatred of the "hip, pop,
bubble gum fashion," which she said is
too "trite and expensive."
Amidst all of this odd-clotiiing mrad-
ness it was reassuring to note some cer-
tified preppies, like LSA freshman

Lisa Plaggemier.
Wearing a plaid kilt skirt, and an Izod
sweater, Plaggemier looked like she
came straight out of The Preppy Han-
dbook.
441 just like the look. . . I like the
classic look, as opposed to being fadish.
Fads come and .go, but preppies have
been around forever," she said.
It kind of restores your faith in the
status quo.0

We are pleased to announce the opening
of our new store in the
MICHIGAN. UNION.
and the concurrent closing of our
store at 1315 South University
All photoprocessing orders enteredR
at the South University store may
be picked up at the new Union store.
The Union store hours are:
Monday-Friday 8:30-6:00
Saturday 9:30-5:00
Sunday 12:30-5:00
PHOTO. PROCESSING LABh
sun p to
PHOTOGRAPHIC PODUCTS STOCKHOUSE
Michigan Union Mall
994-0433.
OTHER LOCATIONS:
3120 Packard Road 973-0770* 691 South Maple Road 663-6529

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new things and at The ~
Lingerie Store that means an ///
Early Spring Sale where you cant:
save up to 50 % and more on day /
a eran pcilprcae.Choose from tap pant and camisole -
sets, eyelet gown and robe sets, textured
hosiery and a lot more. It's the finest in Spring
lingerie at the lowest of prices.,

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SHAMPOO &.,CUT
Special only 1 ~~
(--"Eyebrow Waxing j
or Manicure, reg. 700
ASK FOR JULIE, JENNY or RISK Seil ny5,00 !
Call for Your Appointment Today! 663-6273:
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Hair & Company 9 221 S. Main at E. liberty

Steeqple chase
1119 S., University

Designer names at discount pie
Mon. - Sat. 10 -9 p.m.
Sun. 12 -5 p.m.

994-0232

Arborland Consumer Matl
3623 Wash tenaw Avenue
971-2229
'Does not include sate merchandise.

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