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July 16, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 41) • Page Image 10

…Poge Ten THE MICNiIGAN DAILY Tuesday, July 16, 974 PaeTnTEMCIA ALVTedy uy1,17 Final State Legislature sessior (Continued fi am Page 4r amendment - the committees just couldn't get out the perti- nent literature," he complained. "EVEN WORSE," he contin- ued, "if something gets added to a piece of legislation at the last minute, your constituency never finds out." State Rep. Perry Bullard (D- Ann Arbor) merely shrugged his shoulders over th...…

July 16, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 45) • Page Image 10

…Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, July 16, 1977 Bryant can't use slogan U.S. auditors caim arms MIAMI ( ', - A federal judge U.S. District Judge William granted temporary orders yes- Hoeveler granted a preliminary terday barring Aita Bryant and her anti-hum sexual organiza- tion from further use of the name "Save Ou Children." injunction against Save Our Children and ordered a full trial in August. He also issued a 10- day temporary res...…

July 16, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 47) • Page Image 11

…Friday, July 16, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven STILL DEMAND TAIWAN CHANGE NAME: Canada gives in--almost By The Associated Press MONTREAL - The Interna- tional Olympic Committee said yesterday Canada had yielded in permitting Taiwan to use its flag and anthem in the Mon- treal Games. The IOC will vote today on whether to change the name of the country from Re- public of China to Taiwan for the troubled 1976 games. Killanin said he had...…

July 16, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 42) • Page Image 11

…Wednesday. Julv 16. 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven SPORTS OF THE DAILY: Prosecution rests in Forbes trial By The Associated Press MINNEAPOLIS - B o s t o n Bruins hockey Coach Don Cher- ry testified yesterday that wing- er Dave Forbes was "a very dis- traught young man" after learn- ing that Henry Boucha of the Minnesota North Stars was in- jured in a fight with the Boston player. Forbes, 26, is charged w i t h aggravated assault with ...…

July 16, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 41) • Page Image 11

…Tuesday, July 16, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page ee 11 BENGAL VETS REPORT Football strike at impasse By The Asociated Pren The first crack - more like a fissure, actually - has appear- ed in the wall of striking Na- tional Football League veterans. A break may be imminent, too, in the deadlocked contract 'alks.- While most NFL teams had to be content with perhaps one or two veterans appearing at camp along with the usual flood of rookies and...…

July 16, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 45) • Page Image 11

…SaturdaY, July 16, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven Can King take care of himself? AP sports Analysis NEW yOK - Two months sfo0 Bernard King chose to fore- go his final year of eligibility at Tennessee to enter the NBA raft as an undergraduate. t want to do what is best for Bernard Klg," the two- time Associated Press All- American said. But it is becoming apparent That Bernard King is having difficulty doing what is best for himself. King...…

July 16, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 47) • Page Image 12

…Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, July 16, 1970 'I i Laimbeer says he won'I transfer to Michigan By RICH LERNER Bill Laimbeer will be going to school somewhere next fall. Ilowever, the 6-11 center for Digger Phelps' Notre Dame basketball squlad last year hasn't yet decided where he will be going Yesterday, a Detroit radio station reported that Laim- beer has transferre I to Michigan. However, that news caught Notre Dame, Michigan and...…

July 16, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 42) • Page Image 12

…Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, July 1 6- 1975 PageTwele TE MiHIGN D~LY WdnedayJul .._197 "CATFISH" KISSINGER fires a missile directed at Ameri- can League second baseman Rod Carew, to open last night's All-Star game. Despite having the Secretary of State's loyalty, the junior circuit fell to the National League, 6-3. The NL posted its 13th win in the last 14 meetings. Steve Garvey and Jimmy Wynn belt- ed back-to-back solo home r...…

July 16, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 41) • Page Image 12

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, July 16, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, July 16, 1974 Sagging B By The Associated Press A's, held hitless for eight in-. CHICAGO - Ken Henderson's nings by Baltimore r o o k i e one-out homer in the ninth in- Wayne Garland, erupted for five ning powered the Chicago White runs and four hits in the ninth Sox to a 3-2 victory over the De- and defeated the Orioles 6-4. troit Tigers last night. Garland, a 23-year-ol...…

July 16, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 45) • Page Image 12

…Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, July 16, 1977 BAILOR HR WINS IN 13TH Tigers fall to Jays in marathon By BOB MILLER Special to The Daily TORONTO-The Blue Jays' Bob Bailor belted a one-strike pitch off of Tiger re- liever Jim Crawford in the bottom of the 13th to give Toronto its first extra-inning victory ever at home, 8-6. THE GAME LASTED 3 hours and 21 minutes once it got under way, after be- ing delayed 40 minutes by rain. The r...…

July 16, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 42) • Page Image 14

…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Vvednesday, July 16, 1975 Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, July 16, 1975 The Street Fair: South'U' dons its summer finest By PAULINE LUBENS the bulk of the participants Weavers, photographers, paint- come from other parts of the ers, potters and a variety of country. other artists will line South Unm-Brunvand maintains that the extravaganza is "not an ama- versity and half of East Univer- teur show - these...…

July 16, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 42) • Page Image 15

…Wednesday, July 16, 1975 THE /MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three Wednesday, July 16, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three ART FAIR '75: Overvi By MIKE LONG Ann Arbor will be dressed in her finest from July 16-19 when more than 1,000 artists a n d craftspeople from all over the nation will adorn her streets with the sublime, the startling, the, earthy and the elegant.. . the 1975 Ann Arbor Art Fair. This year's sixteenth annual art extravaganza promis...…

July 16, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 42) • Page Image 16

…Page Four OZZ vQ4"?,M THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAL zU+ r 4 "r fit CI 4 C . A2. its r his tl No 4 V , v " " .J 4 Wednesday, July 16, 1975 QOR Un4n GREAT OUTD BOOK SALE July l6th-l9tk 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Over 250 sq. feet of discounted books outside, 40% TO 801 OFF, such as: PICTORIAL ENCLY. OF ORIENTAL ARTS: JAPAN. A classic reference, 4 vols. with the best illustrations to date, covering the entire spectrum of Japanese Art, including ceramics, scu...…

July 16, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 42) • Page Image 17

…Wednesday, July 16, .19~/5 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Ftv W u6H AP U DANCING AND DRINKING NIGHTLY Ann Arbor's premier live Rock and Roll dance bar hosting your favorites w and greats like: WEATHER REPORT " ORLEANS . STEVEN STILLS J.JR..WALKER " FREDDIE KING . BOB SEGER AND OTHERS r THIS WEEK: Radio King and his Court of Rhythm Featuring also: C * Homemad soups e Deli-style sandwiches . Steak dinners * Cocktails SOUP & SALAD BAR $2.00 at the ...…

July 16, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 42) • Page Image 18

…Pge Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, July 16, 1975 M&M PRODUCTIONS Presents e ta ick4 The Fre a por By TRUDY GAYER T h e fifth a n n u a l Uni- sity of Michigan Artists and Craftsmen Guild Free Arts Fes- tival is in its final preparation stages. On July 16-19, from 10 . a.m. to 10 p.m., some 550 art- ists and craftspersons will dis- play, demonstrate and sell their work on East University and Main Street. by "The newest addition to the fai...…

July 16, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 42) • Page Image 19

…Wednesday, July 16, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Pager Seven Wednesday, July 16, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven STATEST. " ~~EAT'J'I N G 14 1 /ART1TS o sw _ AN D c.Q4FTSMepq4 LtSEfRTh',NNrfVEST'/ANI2 UNJpYH?7457GTop ON( B 9A.AA.TO 6PA?" .6AT%4RPA'1 R* f RIWN VEK tZrY /AOSTASToEs" TOPLUENT-y<PM. C~rv~~eErrPAI(1qGIrZ T#A ~NCL.~p MA'4~Zp CRPCIS …

July 16, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 42) • Page Image 20

…Art Fair overview (Continued from Page 3) Brunvard stretched his right arm in an expansive sr::: "25,- t00? Who knows? It has abso- lutely skyrocketed in the I a s t few years'. . . we almost con.. sidered advertising that people shouldn't come." In its report to the Ci y Coun- cil the Mayor's Art Fair Com- mittee recommended that it he reconvened for future fairs. Al- though the committee serves an obviously necessary finction as coordinatin...…

July 16, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 42) • Page Image 21

…Wednesday, July 16, 1975 THE MICHIGAN GAILY Page Nine "My work is a kumulative ex- perience . . . controlled experi- ment and adaptation. A Ict of my recent pieces I couldn't have done a year ago." Most recently, he has experi- mented with bone-china litho- phanles. The technique,° first used in Europe in the 1820's, has for the most part faded into the history of fickle artistic func- tions and fashions. His liho- tshanes are all reproduct...…

July 16, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 42) • Page Image 23

…gon-Weonesdiy, July 16, 1975, I f HUROJSTREET W The ti 7Aaba AbCP n8e* Apt N" hGDFAIR NRHUNVER WrY- THE JOIN US UNIVERSITY UNDER THE WHITE CANOPY ~AMIC-AN ,Li vLi SLAW GUAR[ b1QV OB _... _________KI___ - [M- …

July 16, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 42) • Page Image 24

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, July 16, 1975 Page Twelve A2 museums: Intrigul g, iverse By JEFF RISTINE- Some people invariably at- tach a derogatorv stereotyne to all museums. They think in terms of dusty, dimly-tit dis- plays of bring and pretentwiis art and pin "hirhbrow" char- ,acterizations onto culture-lov- ers. Things of the past, in their minds, are considered stuffy and best left 'nasproached. But for the kind of person at- tracte...…

July 16, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 42) • Page Image 25

…pmmrvul-y r'. f0 nnA irCfOI~rlilI L/nL nirreen C9F5 If 5 C V SUMMER HOURS CAL. E { ,I! $Man.-Sat. CRAFTS & HOBBIES INC 9:30-5:30 "DO YOUR OWN THING" we can supply you with top-notch materials * MACRAME " STAINED GLASS " OIL & WATER CRAFT BOOKS AND SUPPLIES PAINTS-BRUSHES " DOODLEE-ART 0 BACKGAMMON " IMPORTED & DOMESTIC CHESS SETS " EXACTO TOOLS AND BLADES Low profile This young man is feeling pretty chipper as he checks out some of the exh...…

July 16, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 42) • Page Image 26

…Page Fou t eery THE MICHIGAN DAILY ednesdoy, July 16 1975 P.eFuteH ICIA AL ensdy uy1,17 A trip to yesteryear---riding the trolley from State to Main By ELAINE FLETCHER A trolley "trip into the past" may be in store for local shop- pers moving between the city's disjointed and depressed down- town commerce centers next summer if a group of private citizens have their way. With the antique car already purchased, the citizen group, calling...…

July 16, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 42) • Page Image 27

…Wednesday, July 16, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DA[LY Page Fifteen LOCAL ART GALLERIES: Talentdoesn't aywayspay the bis By BILL TURQUE Although leaves will soon be starting to turn their color and fall from the trees, the visual arts are blossoming in Ann Arbor. For both the passionate art lover and the weekend gallery hopper, there are numerous and varied chances to pursue the best work of local artists, in addition to the latest from national and ...…

July 16, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 42) • Page Image 28

…Page Sixteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY VMednesda y, July 15, 197! Page Sixteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, July 16, 1 9T Tro~lley car will make its 'debut during Art Fair (Continued from Page 14) The figure, Slater adds, could street feasibility study of the be slashed furthers if a $50,000 project. state-approved grant for a simi- "The major cost of the project lar shuttle that the city consid- would be the street," explains ered is applied to...…

July 16, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 42) • Page Image 29

…Wednesday, July 16, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Pcae Seventeen ,. M>3 4 d rIS SiTR~EE ARisylliibe on dispiay at tne city's annual Art Fair starting today on the corner of Nerth University and State Streets. Atthougth the exterior refinishing wsitl be completed, the interior's cushioned bus type chatrs will later be replaced 'with ratan seats running the length z~ti' < S rnf the car," says Mary Lou Slater, president of the Ann Arhor Street ad ...…

July 16, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 42) • Page Image 30

…Wednesday, July 16, 197 Page Eighteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY Art Fairs highlight summer By SUSAN ADES Summertime in Ann Arbor is somewhat of a paradox. Many people remain in town long after the school year madness has degenerated into an unfa- miliar lull - they enjoy the relaxed atmosphere. Yet, the excitement and frivolousness of the annual mid-July Ann Arbor outdoor art fairs seem to high- light the season for everyone. "All of a sudden qui...…

July 16, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 42) • Page Image 31

…Wednesday, July 16, 1975 mo9 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nineteen Fairs highlight summer (continued from Page 1) trants As a result, participants, But this year, for- the first Explaining that the five-year- entering on a first-come, first- time, an effort was made to co- old offshoot of the Street Fair served basis are now asked to ordinate the three fairs through has now been accepted as an pay a $30 fee for booth space established entity, Whi...…

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