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168 - The Michigan Daily Weeken Magazine - Thursday, January 23, 1997

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VINTAGE
Continued from Page 3B
Meow and Re-bop. Cat's Meow has been selling vintage
clothing to Ann Arbor residents for the past 14 years.
According to owner Nancy Hay, the store sends out buy-
ers to find '60s and '70s clothing, work shirts, jackets,

bowling shirts, disco clothing
and other assorted specialty
items.
"Our most popular item is
probably bellbottoms," Hay
said.
Value Village, in Ypsilanti,
buys clothing from Purple

Heart and sells it to the public-at bargain prices. The store has
been open for 12 years, and according to Ypsilanti resident
Jennifer Reynolds, it's a good place to come and "just kind of
browse."
"I (go resale shopping) about three or four times per
month," Reynolds said as she tried on a coat in Value Village
on Monday. "I usually spend about five bucks (on) a couple
sweaters, a shirt and cords."
if Obviously, like many bar-
gain shoppers, Reynolds
knows the value of a dollar.
,Wt get ou In the real world it won't get
-you anything. But in "vintage
world," it just might get you a
pair of pants.

in "vintage w+
dollar just mi
a pair of pant

Colorful shoes abound at Scavenger Hunt.

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