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September 29, 1957 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1957-09-29

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PREPARING FOR BATTLE-Former Congressman and c
for Alabama governor, Laurie Battle, came to Little Rock1
the situation and prevent anything of the kind from hapi
hts state-anything like ,integration.

AD) ON GUJARD--Men of the Arkansas National Guar'd
atch! ul eye on students underneath Tiger Stadium dur-
otbafl game.

.A CQP WHO FEELS MUCH LIKE GEN. M"cARTHMR "RELIEVED"-The local law may soon be given more than it can handle.

PONDERING HIER LOSSES-Mrs. Ponder stands in front of
store which suffered business losses from being so close to the]
school. It was here reporter Elsmian borrowed a student libi
card.
RENTAL
TYPE W RITERS
Special rates by semester
t SERVICE WORK A SPECIALTY

e varsity cheerleaders of Central High contort before the crowd. These
Ily they would lead other students wn adjusting to integration.

Fountain

since
1908

Pens repaired by a Factory-trained man
MORRILL'S-Phn
314 S. State St. N 3-2'

SEMPER FIDE.IS-Troops stand by outside the school while the<
nine Negro students enter. Each day fewer troops escorted the
Negroes to the door. Many of the 1,000 airborne troops were kept"
near jeeps or in jeeps to make hurried trips to trouble spots away
from the school area. The 181st 'is a crack Army outfit, approach-
ins Mar~ine groups in esprit de corlps.
'In

ILFINR-LS PIT1O

216 W. William Stireet

Ann Arbor, Michigon'

Telephone NO 8-8014

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HI, FE STUDIO
i"Distributois of the Finest High Fidelity Cornponents"
We Stock Kits-Amplifier-FM. Tuns r, Speaker
We Service, Test .& Align the Kits We Sell

GxARRARD
REK-O KUT
PRESTO
MIRACORD

FISHER
McINTOSH
DAVID BOGEN
SHERWOOD

ALTEC LANSING
JIM LANSING
ELECTRO VOICE
ACOUSTIC RESEARCH

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WeHvAl Kinds of Glass -Mirrors and Furniture Tops
We6 Have the Nationally Advertised Paints
YOU CAN PARK RIGHT IN FRONT, OF OUR STORE - -
WE HAVE BEEN SERVING THE COMMUNITY FOR 67 YEARS

3ORNE CHEERS FOR A
CND GAME .-Nearlyr 200
of the 101st cheer for those
occupied by day. Little
won its twenty-fourth in

H i-Fi Equipment .. Radio Phones . Television
Demonstration Studio, 1317 So. University
Service Shop, 1217 So. University_

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"Across from Campus Theatfe"

NO 8-7942

PHOTOS
by
JAMES
ELSMN. JR.
arnd
CHARLES
CURTISS

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CASHMERES
by Famous Makers
Short Sleeve ........ ]8.'95
Long Sleeve....239
Cardigan ...........2 7.95
FUR BLENDS
One group novelties

10.95
NOW 12.95
1 4.95

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LOSE
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ONLY $7.00

AIR CONDITIONED
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k/Aheel?
Of course we're sorry, but
it's too 'late for even us.
Prepare for such losses
ahead of time with Bi-
cycle Insurance.

Formerly
Formerly
Formerly

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NOW

for the entire school year.

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NOW
$400

It's easy to order,

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