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October 23, 1987 - Image 8

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Page 8 -The Michigan Daily-Friday, October 23, 1987

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What Are You Going To Be For
HALLOWEEN?!
PLAN NOW
at
Gke b bt

" costumes
" make-up

' party goods

' cards
' candy
761-4358

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301 South State Street

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Has Success spoiled the Chenilles?
Did it spoil Rock Hunter?
OF COURSE NOT!
.y
T H E
SsS T E R S
in their FIRST
REALLY
BIG SHOW!
At The Power Center
Friday, October 30 8 P.M.
Advanced tickets on sale at Herb David Guitar
Presented by Studio, Schoolkids Records, the Michigan Union
the Offfice of Major Events. Ticket Office, & all Ticketmaster Outlets, or
charge tickets by phone- call 763-TKTS.

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Greg Brown
Greg Brown, a seasoned guitarist/songwriterwho has appeared many times on
'The Prairie Home Companion,' will be at the Ark tomorrow night. Brown
played at the 1986 Ann Arbor Folk Festival. Showtime is set for 8 p.m.,
tickets are $7 for students and Ark members, $8 for non members.

Ramblin' Jack Elliott
Jack Elliott left Brooklyn at the age of 14, and went on to become a
folksinglng legend. Elliott has played with Joni Mitchell, Johnny Cash, and
Pete Seeger, and was a big influence on Bob Dylan. Elliott will play at the
Ark Sunday night at 8 p.m.; tickets are $7 and $8.

Freckelton creates

beautiful
(Continued from Page?9,
Dearborn, Michigan in 1936, and
studied at the School of Art Institute
in Chicago and the University of
Chicago. Throughout her well
established career, she has helped to
define post-abstract realism through
a variety of mediums. Her work with
sculptures and watercolors led her to
experiment in lithography and
silkscreening over the last ten years.

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OUR FINANCIAL ANALYST PROGRAM:
More than a learning experience
PRESENTATION
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2
at 4:30 p.m.
Kresge 1320
at the Business School
Reception immediately follomng E
Executive Lounge
We invite all University of Michigan Seniors
to get to know the people and
Finance opportunities available
at Salomon Brothers.

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Freckelton collaborated with master
printers Chip Elwell, Maurice
Sanchez, Bud Shark, and Norm
Steward to perfect the 16 prints she's
ch.en to present in the show.
Sandvlra Freckelton's show Prints
1973-1987 will be showing at the
Alice Simsar Gallery until
November 18. The Gallery is located
on 301 North Main Street and will
be open Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m.to
5:30 p.m.
AATARf
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IBM COMPATIBLE
" Hardware
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* Supplies
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STUDENTS!
Choose from small
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upon request
We accept
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