Page 4-Wednesday, July 21, 1982-The Michigan Daily
LOCAL GR OUP SEEKS SUPPOR T
Political booths sell ideas, not art
By SCOTT STUCKAL
This week's art fair will enable more
than 1,000 artists to display their work
to hundreds of thousands of potential
buyers, but other vendors will be on
hand, trying to sell ideas rather than
Local political and cause-oriented
organizations will be gathered in front
of the Engineering Arch at the intersec-
tion of South and East University
distributing information and literature,
and selling t-shirts and bumper
HAVING A booth at the art fair is, "a
good way to catch people," said
Patricia Yeghissian, director of the
Michigan Abortion Rights Action
Despite the fact that the league has
support in the Ann Arbor area, getting
supporters involved is difficult, she
said. "You can have people casually
come by and chat for ten minutes,"
Yeghissian said, adding that the booth's
informal setting allows the group to
reach more people.
Males between the ages of 18 and 25
are one group that has been targeted by Daily Photo by KIM HILL
See LOCAL, Page 10 Political and cause oriented organizations distribute information and literature to fair shoppers.
A Chicago legend
comes to town.
C hicago pizza. Deep dish pizza. Pan pizza.
No matter what you call it, this marvelous style of pizza got its
start in Chicago, in 1943, at the corner of Wabash and Ohio.
That's where Ike Sewell opened Pizzeria Uno, a wonderful
restaurant specializing in a new kind of pizza.
It begins with a rich, crisp crust baked in its own deep pan and
filled with nearly twice as much of what people love most about
pizza-the finest meats, freshest vegetables and cheeses, and deli-
The rest is an American legend. Uno has become the world's most
But there's no need for you to travel all the way to Chicago to in-
dulge in this renowned treat.
Because Uno has come to town.
Bring the family or a special
friend. Enjoy a restaurant with a
delightfully attractive, but casual,
atmosphere, staffed by the
friendliest hosts, hostesses, wait-
ers, waitresses and bartenders.
Sample the tremendous
array of pizzas-,and the
sal ads, soup, sad-
wiches and beverages.
for a good
, ::'" e"You'll
need a big
- r appetite,
" a small
1321. UiverityDail 1:0- ..
Ann Arbor HAPPY HOUR
Carryout & Frozen Mon-Sat.
Available 4-6 p.m. *
On the inside .,.
Map of AATA shuttle bus route and parking areas on Pages 8-9.
Full page listing of available concerts, movies, and other scheduled
events on Page 12. Photographic impressions of last year's fair on
Page 13. Also inside, one observer's reflection on the spirit of the
The Michigan Daily
Art Fair Guide Editorial Staff
STAFF WRITERS: George-Adams, Greg Brusstar, Mark Gindin, Julie
Hinds, Bill Spindle, Scott Stuckal, Charles Thomson, Fannie
'Weinstein, Robert Weisberg
PHOTOGRAPHERS: Kim Hill, Doug McMahon
SALES REPRESENTATIVES: Becky Chottiner, Maureen Drum-
mond, Stacy Fallek, Karen Johnson
COVER PHOTO: Kim Hill
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1306 S. University... Next to Village Corner
Fresh BAGELS, cold DRINKS,
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Specialty BREADS, & More
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