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July 29, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 48) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XC, No. 48-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Tuesday, July 29, 1980 Ten Cents. Sixteen Pages Renegade Dems meet to lead our ticket," Mondale declared. FromAPandUPI 'I- 5e7z"I intend to do everything I can to in- WASHINGTON - A group of disen- n open COflPli1Ol sure his renomination and re-election." anted congressional Democrats ch launched. a lobbying campaign yester- day aimed at throwing open- the Democratic National Con...…

July 29, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 48) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Tuesday, July 29, 1980-The Michigan Daily Joint committee asks increase in federal aid program funding BY JOYCE FRIEDEN A House and Senate conference committee recently reached agreement on a plan which would increase the maximum allowable limit granted to college students under certain federal financial aid programs. The plan calls for a ceiling of $1,900 per student under the Basic Educational Opportunity Grant program in fiscal 1981...…

July 29, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 48) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, July 29, 1980-Page 3 'T~uno1 Qimano > TEU rejects resoundingly AATA's final contract offer By ELAINE RIDEOUT Negotiations between striking bus drivers and the Ann Arbor Transpor- tation Authority were forced back to the drawing board Sunday night as mem- bers of the Transportation Employees Union voted 112-18 to reject AATA's final offer. "It doesn't look good when after four weeks of negotiations the union reject...…

July 29, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 48) • Page Image 4

…An interview with a A Democratic non-event T HE DEMOCRATS could learn a lot from the Republicans, considering the overwhelming popularity Ronald Reagan now seems to be en- joying. But one Republican lesson the Democrats should avoid is how to stage a political non-event. Two weeks ago, the Republicans created a non- event not soon to be forgotten as the vice- presidential spot was at the last minute snatched from Gerald Ford's clutching hand...…

July 29, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 48) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, July 29, 1980-Page 5 AFTER T"HE STFORM. Detroit Edison extends its thanks to more than 3000 customers who suffered from the most severe thunderstormon record. Your patience and understanding helped make orderly restoration of electricity possible. The thunderstorm that struck at 9 A.M. Wednesday, July 16 was the worst in the area's history. Over 500 utility poles were snapped like toothpicks by hurricane force wind...…

July 29, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 48) • Page Image 6

…Page 6-Tuesday July 29, 1980-The Michigan Daily McDUFFIE CASE RE-OPENED Court indicts Miami cop a MIAMI (AP) - A federal grand jury investigating the beating death of black businessman Arthur McDuffie yester- day indicted a white former Dade Coun- ty policeman who had been granted state immunity for his testimony against his fellow officers. A federal prosecutor said further in- dictments would be sought before the investigation concluded. T...…

July 29, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 48) • Page Image 7

…The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, July 29, 1980-Page 7 Keith rescues the new Stones Emotional Rescue The Rolling Stones Rolling Stones COC 1601 By MARK COLEMAN After months of the expected agonizing anticipation, the Rolling Stones' new album has been out few weeks now. Yet the popular reac- tion to Emotional Rescue, or maybe the lack of it, seems a might peculiar. The album is selling briskly of course, and "She's So Cold" has fit perfectly into s...…

July 29, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 48) • Page Image 8

…Page 8-Tuesday, July 29, 1980- The Michigan Daily 4 Athletes, upset by early disco closing, storm Olympic village MOSCOW (UPI) - Western athletes, angered by the early closing of the Olympic village discotheque, ram- paged through the sprawling compound early yesterday in a venting of their frustrations and boredom only eight days into the Games. Reports said some shouted "Free Afghanistan!" during the food- throwing and shouting incident, ...…

July 29, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 48) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, July 29, 1980-Page 9 PRUDENTIAL GETS AXE FOR NON-COMPLIANCE Gov't cancels piece of the rock From APand UPI WASHINGTON-The Labor Department ordered the cancellation yesterday of more than $180 million in government business with Prudential Insurance Co. of America, saying the company was impeding a federal review of possible job discrimination prac- tices. Prudential, the nation's largest insurance com- pany, is the...…

July 29, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 48) • Page Image 10

…Page 1O-Tuesday, July 29, 1980-The Michigan Doity v , FI R ST IN T HE MOR N I NC ANN ARBOR'S ONLY MORNING NEWS- PAPER DELIVERS TO YOUR DORM OR DOOR BEFORE 8:00 AM TUESDAY-SATURDAY CALL TODAY TO SUBSCRIBE. 764-O558 OR 764'-0560. DEPEND ON US- Roseann Hebeler …

July 29, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 48) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily--Tu'esday-,July 29, 1980-Page 11 Driver's ed. accident A student from Brandywine High School lies in the rear of a driver education auto awaiting transfer to Pawating Hospital in Niles. Four students were injured yesterday when the auto was struck by a tanker truck on U.S. 12 about three miles east of Niles. Funds scarce for public TV series onVietnam Brown raps GOP military superiority position WASHINGTON (AP)-Defense Sec...…

July 29, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 48) • Page Image 12

…Page 12-Tuesday, July 29, 1980-The Michigan Daily -RST-HIU S4RS7 $AN- FOR SALE BARGAINS-Brand new wicker, light brown, towel SUMMER STORAGE-clean, private units from stand, $20; McCall's recipe card net, new, value at $14/month 1 mile from U-M football stadium. Stow $20; Artcarved ring, yellow and white gold with AwaySelf-Storage. 709-0119. CClO diamond chips between bands, size 8, real value MODERN ONE AND TWO BEDROOM APART- at $125. Call Ke...…

July 29, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 48) • Page Image 13

…The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, July 29, 1980-Page 13 An interview with I. (Continued from Page 4 Y Anna Karenina and enjoy it and understand it. He didn't need guides and explanations. It was crystal clear. While Joyce used his gifts to become so ob- scure that readers would have to use 10 dictionaries instead of one. Q. Some people do genuinely enjoy Joyce, though. A. Almost everyone of them has a Ph.D. or is working for one. They enjoy obscur...…

July 29, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 48) • Page Image 14

…Page 14-Tuesday, July 29, 1980-The Michigan Daily A irlines begin fare war over N.Y.-London . 4 I standby LONDON (AP) - Two major airlines launched a trans-Atlantic fare war yesterday, undercutting each other repeatedly in a battle that already has driven the cheapest, one-way London- New York standby ticket down to $196. The fare reductions, subject to government approval, undercut Sir Freddie Laker's low-cost Skytrain, and a new round of ...…

July 29, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 48) • Page Image 15

…U.S. effort to produce smaller cars seen as threat to Japan DEARBORN (UPI) - The $80 billion effort by U.S. automakers to produce smaller cars poses a dangerous threat to the Japanese auto industry - and not vice versa - a Nissan Motor Co. executive said yesterday. That remark by Masataka Okuma, a Nissan executive vice president, turned the tables on U.S. auto executives who have complained unanimously in recent months about Japanese inroads ...…

July 29, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 48) • Page Image 16

…Page 16-Tuesday, July 29, 1980-The Michigan Daily 0 :.:............................................~~'. .*i qpw4r lqw Surprise! West cleans up in 200 meters * EAST GERMANY'S LUTZ DOMBROWSKI sails gracefully through the air on his way to a gold medal-winning jump of 28-,% at the Moscow Olympics yes- terday. Dombrowski became only the second man ever to broad jump more than 28 feet. The first? Bob Beamon of the United States, who did it i...…

July 29, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 50) • Page Image 1

…The,,M Michigan Diy. Ann Arbor, Michigan-Wednesday, July 29, 1981 Ten Cents Twelve Pages Reagan tax plan faces House battle FromAPand UPI WASHINGTON - The Republican- controlled Senate, bogged down in amendments last night, all but aban- doned plans to pass a tax cut bill in time to provide President Reagan momen- tum for what he termed the "nip-and- tuck" showdown in the House. Republican Leader Howard Baker said it is likely the Senate ...…

July 29, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 50) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Wednesday, July 29, 1981-The Michigan Daily Eart1iquake causes 'heavy los's'In Iran. From AP and UPI ANKARA, Turkey - A major ear- thquake rocked the mountain villages -of southeastern Iran-, yesterday evening, causing "heavy loss" of life and severe damages, Tehran Radio reported. The U.S. Geological Survey reported that the quake measured 7.3 on the Richter scale and occurred in southeast Iran near the border with Afghanistan in the ...…

July 29, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 50) • Page Image 3

…Wadnesdav. July 29, 1981-The Michigan Daily -Page 3 'U'OFFICIALS TO INVESTIGATE REPLACEMENT OPTIONS New roof for Tappan on hold By ANN MARIE FAZIO Daily staff writer Construction on the new roof of Tappan Hall has temporarily come to a stop as University Business Operations officials investigate alternatives to replacing the historical sloped slate roof with asphalt shingles. An asphalt roof would detract from the historic and aesthetic appea...…

July 29, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 50) • Page Image 4

…4 Opinion Page 4 Wednesday, July 29, 1981 The Michigan Daily The Michigan Daily Vol. XCI, No. 50-S Ninety Years of Editorial Freedom Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan Hip, hip, hooray! T HREE CHEERS for the Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972, which protects American states from dangerous ventures of the federal government. Three cheers for the citizenry and gover- nment of California, and for many national environ...…

July 29, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 50) • Page Image 5

…In Brief Compiled from Associated Press and United Press International reports Air traffic controllers may vote to reject contract today WASHINGTON - Union officials said yesterday that early returns show air traffic controllers have "overwhelmingly" rejected a tentative contract, and some leaders declared a strike inevitable if the government does not come up with more money. The administration offered no indication that it would do that. Tra...…

July 29, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 50) • Page Image 6

…Page 6-Wednesday, July 29, 1981-The Michigan Daily 'U' branch campuses Academic philosophies guide directions By MARK GINDIN Daily staff writer In sharp contrast to the preoc- cupation on this campus with cutbacks and "smaller but better," the Univer- sity of Michigan's Flint and Dearborn branch campuses, facing similar budget crunches, are continuing their efforts to grow into what might be called "larger and a little bit better" colleges. C...…

July 29, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 50) • Page Image 7

…d the axe ?ampus priorities exposed 7uring the fiscal crunch By'MARK GINDIN Daily staff writer How does a college continue to expand in the face of shrinking state appropriations? The chancellors of the University's Flint and Dear- orn branches are currently grappling with is difficult question. Skeptical fiscal planning is at least one solution, and it has been suc- cessfully applied on the Flint campus. Last fiscal year, when the state fir...…

July 29, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 50) • Page Image 8

…Page 8-Wednesday, July 29, 1981-The Michigan Daily I It you find your name and ad dress in today Mchgn Doily LIFE classifed page ALIEN YOU WIN BRIAN TWO FREE TICKETS toyny one of T Ni STATE 1-2-3-4 0j,'b Midnight Movies Maude Ltigotovie 3 WINNERS EVERY DAT for a contest No Contest To Enter sponsored by Just look through todays Cossified Ads STATE THEATER Three U. of Ma students will find their names hiddeni n this section If yo M IDNIGHT na...…

July 29, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 50) • Page Image 9

…Arts The Michigan Daily Wednesday, July 29, 1981 Page9 NoOI t SThe Go-go's Squeeze Squeeze-'East Side Story' (A&M)-This may well be the perfect soundtrack for summer-one great pop tune after another, each capsulizing some small moment of life. East Side Story, produced by Elvis Costello and Roger Bechirian, is made of 14 gems, each one polished a little differently, after peak of pop perfection. SIDE ONE starts with "In Quin- tessence," the...…

July 29, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 50) • Page Image 10

…The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, July 29, 1981 Page 10 Different philosophies at schools 4 (Continued from Page 6) Nelson, but also to attract a totally new market - the older student. New degrees either proposed or already im- plemented include masters in business administration, public administration, and computer science, as well as graduate courses in nursing, he said. While only serving 3040 full-time equivalent students now, Flint has the...…

July 29, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 50) • Page Image 11

…1968 - Year of the Tiger It doesn't matter f you side with the players or the owners in the current baseball strike, there is one thing that everyone agrees on-it is an unfortunate situation. So in order to partially relieve the misery of any baseball junkies going through withdrawal, throughout the duration of the strike the Daily is providing a look back to a more pleasant time-1968. There was no free'agent compensation, no NLRB, no court in...…

July 29, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 50) • Page Image 12

…4 Sorts rL-- A A! -L! _: 1.. Page 12 Wednesday, July 29, 1981 The Michigan Daily THREE-YEAR RAMS DEAL Owens inks pact From wire and staff reports FULLERTON, Calif.-Linebacker Mel Owens of Michigan, the No. 1 draft pick of the LosAngeles Rams, signed a contract yesterday and reported to the National Football League team's training camp 10days later than other rookies. Owens signed a series of three one-year contracts with an option yea...…

July 29, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 50) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCII, No. 50-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, July 29, 1982 Ten Cents Twelve Pages MORE THAN 500 COLLEGES TO LOSE FUNDS Feds crack down on loan defaults WASHINGTON (AP) - Education Secretary T. H. Bell yesterday barred more than 400 colleges and trade schools from receiving further federal student-loan money on grounds their default rates exceed 25 percent. The University of Michigan, however, wad not one of those schoo...…

July 29, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 50) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Thursday, July 29, 1982-The Michigon Daily World whaling ban hurts Norway, Japan By The AssociatedPress stunned many whalers. "We're all in a state of shock," said The dogged conservationists who Ulf Ellingsen, a manager of a whale fought to "save the whales" are meat processing plant at Skrova, above celebrating the new worldwide ban on the Arctic Circle in Norway. whaling as a historic victory. But in a ELLINGSEN said he hoped the Osl...…

July 29, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 50) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, July 29, 1982-Page 3 Reagan WASHINGTON (UPI) - President Reagan vowed yesterday to stick with his economic program, forecasting im- provement within six months and declaring "We are working our way back to prosperity." "We've begun to rescue this economy," Reagan said. But he acknowledged "some of our people are still suffering and nothing is more pain- ful to me." THE PRESIDENT told his 12th news conference that ...…

July 29, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 50) • Page Image 4

…Page 4-Thursday, July 29, 1982-The Michigan Daily India's Gandhi arrives in U.S. to mee Reagan WASHINGTON (AP) - Primea Minister Indira Gandhi of India arrived; yesterday in Washington saying she was determined to improve frayed relations with the United States. "One of the reasons I'm here is that I want them to be better," Gandhi said moments after stepping off a U.S. Air Force jet which brought her from New York City. SECRETARY of State Geo...…

July 29, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 50) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, July 29, 1982-Page 5 AP Photo REPUBLICAN AND DEMOCRATIC candidates line up yesterday for a public Brickley; on the lower right, left to right, are Democrats James Blanchard, John television debate in Lansing. On the upper left and from left to right they are: Saffron, Zolton Ferency, Dave Plawecki, Kerry Kammer, Ed Pierce, and William Republicans Jack Welborn, L. Brooks Patterson, Richard Headlee, and James Fitzge...…

July 29, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 50) • Page Image 6

…Op0i 4 Page 6 The Michigan Daily Vol. XCI1, No. 50-S Ninety-two Years of Editorial Freedom Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan Thursday, July 29, 1982 The Michigan Daily Egypt sours on U.S. 4 I %...J__~_l Squandered aid WITH ONLY A wordy slap on the wrist, President Reagan has .certified El Salvador's "significant and concerted" effort to improve its human rights record. Unfor- tunately, words do not silence ...…

July 29, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 50) • Page Image 7

…Arts Thursday, July 29, 1982- The Michigan Daily A selection of campus film highlights Bye Bye Brazil (Carlos Diegues, 1980) Be the first on your block to see a Brazilian movie. Part travelogue, part comedy of errors, Brazil shows what life is like in the mixed up world of Brazil. (Thursday, July 29; Michigan Theatre, 4:00, 7:00, 9:00). Page 7 novelist, is pressed into her majesty's service to thwart a Ger- man spy working out of Switzerla...…

July 29, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 50) • Page Image 8

…Page 8-Thursday, July 29, 1982-The Michigan Daily I FT 77 Woodstock Hot Channels and Hot Lunch I t ,T '1 ,1 t.'F 't 4 T f' 'i t a T t. "T t . T i 1 j, ! 1"7" T-4 -T T 4: 1 Lr i-- i .1 1 , i + f .-f F f- ' -1 . f .1 -1-- 1- 1 1 . 1 - 1- --1. -1 'I , 1 1 .-i F -1 ' '1 f -- i f .'T T- I F. .1 f I low! r-:7 2001- "Haroid& Meude" A Space Oddysey And "Arthur" If you find your name in today s MICHIGAN DAILY classified page YOU WIN TWO FR...…

July 29, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 50) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, July 29, 1982-Page 9 If you find your Woodstock Hotname in today's and Hot Lunch MICHIGAN DAILY classified page YOU WIN 2001- "Harold Maude" TWO FREE TICKETS A Spae Ody~erto any one of And 'Arthur" STATE 1-2-3.4 _ _ _ MIDNIGHT MOVIES I (Continued from Page 8 ;FOR RENT,' $420 per Month Modern 2 Bedroom, 2 Man Furnished apartments for fall includes heat, water, parking, washer & dryer and storage lockers. 4 block...…

July 29, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 50) • Page Image 10

…Page 10-Thursday, July 29, 1982-The Michigan Daily 'I HA TE SAN FRANCISCO' CAMPAIGN PROTESTS NEW LAW Frisco handgun ban begins SAN FRANCISCO (AP)- One of the nation's strictest handgun bans took ef- fect here yesterday, amid lawsuits and an "I Hate San Francisco" campaign organized by opponents. Residents have 90 days to hand in their pistols or face a six-month jail term. However, District Attorney Arlo Smith has said he won't prosecute anyo...…

July 29, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 50) • Page Image 11

…Wilcox From The Associated Press Milt Wilcox doesn't remember the lit- tle girl's name. He just remembers the way she looked, lying in the hospital, 90 percent of her body burned, her chest heaving as she gasped, struggling for every breath. "She was 7, maybe 8 years old," said Wilcox. "She had been playing with matches and her shirt had caught on fire. She was in pretty bad shape." WILCOX, who does charity work for hospitals in the Detroit ar...…

July 29, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 50) • Page Image 12

…Sports Thursday, July 29, 1982 COWBOY'S FOUR TH ROUND DRA Page 12 Carpenter depends on By RON POLLACK the system, I can. gamble on my sixth in an eight-part series coverages. But not until then." One of Carpenter's biggest gambles As a 166-pound defensive back, Brian in the pros would seem to be trying to Carpenter certainly isn't going to im- tackle running backs on sweep plays. press Dallas Cowboy coaches, or in- tcl unn ak nseppas prmies ...…

July 29, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 30) • Page Image 1

…a7Ier £ihiqan IEiI Ninety-four years of editoria/ freedom Vol. XCIV, No. 30-S Copyright 1984 Ann Arbor, Michigan - Sunday, July 29, 1984 Fifteen Cents Sixteen ?ages Study urges more merit aid By ANDREW ERIKSEN school students is becoming more of a The University has issued a report __ o concern because the number of high that recommends the financial aid for fi'O rCe 1t com m e R a school students will decline students with high academic...…

July 29, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 30) • Page Image 2

…i Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Sunday, July 29, 1984 Union's General Store to close By THOMAS HRACH The Michigan Union's late-night staple, The General Store, will close Tuesday as the Union phases out its retail operations under an agreement which gives a privately owned bookstore exclusive rights to sell Michigan insignia merchandise and cer- tain other items. Currently the Union runs three different retail operatons which include The Gen...…

July 29, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 30) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Sunday, July 29, 1984 - Page 3 25th annual art fair draws to a By ERIC MATTSON Artists, merchants, patrons, and in- terest groups all wrapped up their four- day binge at the art fair yesterday, and most people said the annual event was quite a success. Cold, rainy weather on Thursday slowed business down a bit, but some merchants and artists said they ac- tually did better during the rain. By yesteday, the skies had clear...…

July 29, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 30) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Sunday, July 29, 1984 MSUeezesdin-state undergraduate tuition IN BRIEF Compiled from Associated Press and United Press International reports By PETE WILLIAMS with wire reports In response to a recommendation from Gov. James Blanchard and the State Legislature, the Michigan State University Board of Trustees voted Friday to freeze tuition rates for in- state undergraduate students. According to MSU administrator ...…

July 29, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 30) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily - Sunday, July 29, 1984 - Page 5 Ten wom pornography week outside sity building portraying w violent condi The warn "Women h CO 0 "Pornograp every woma three times through Satu "People se audience," sa and MSU soc The film ca more of an Bob Muraw munications An advertise "Women's Revenge". The prote upset by the tisement as a The film's rated Cage popularity o Murawski sa Although customers ai Film sparks protests at en ca...…

July 29, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 30) • Page Image 6

…a OPINION -. - - . . . w . . Page 6 Vol. XCIV, No. 30-S 94 Years of Editorial Freedom Managed and Edited by Students at The University of Michigan Editorials represent a majority opinion of the Daily Editorial Board Two steps back at FCC S INCE 1953, the Federal Communications Commission has forbidden any person or corporation from owning more than seven television stations. The idea was to use federal regulations to encourage diversity in ...…

July 29, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 30) • Page Image 7

…ARTS Sunday, July 29, 1984 Page 7 The Michigan Daily Gatemouth gives his philosophy By Joseph Kraus I'm not just here to play music and see people dance around. I'm here to teach people about my art. G ATEMOUTH BROWN is a philosopher - a philosopher who does most of his talking on stage with his guitar and fiddle, but who has plenty to say backstage. Gatemouth is certainly best known to the world for his individual guitar style. Specializi...…

July 29, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 30) • Page Image 8

…I A The AMithinan Daiily -CS.ns i..10 o QI4O t PIO F n oa FaL ion a SS J s. 612 E. Liberty (Across from the Michigan Theater) gives you the World in News! call 764-0558 TO SUBSCRIBE Let us introduce ourselves. You can't miss our "M" section. We have just about everything imaginable for the Michigan fan: shirts to - shorts, pens to pen- - - nants music boxes to mugs banners to - backpacks and more. Our clothing items We're Ulrich's Books...…

July 29, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 30) • Page Image 9

…The) TeJulv 29.1984- 'How would you describe VILLAGE CORNER? FL~Tr'S A paty sore322 South State Street A party toreonei(313) 662-6594 liquor store CItPree U M ~wine cellar Dnv lro tobacco shop LI grocery store Q U]~s h mnarket place MF1000 -530 Sat 1000 -500 (with coupon untl8884) convenience store] ---LII-_------- part -time bank LI post office SUBSCRIBE TO all of the above. 01pbe1Mirbigau 'wE uII We're more than ADYUL EETRDI lust a local s...…

July 29, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 30) • Page Image 10

…L Art Fair '84 Certain forms of art don't fit inside a booth a Most of the 400,000 people who flood Ann Arbor for four days every summer come to see booths filled with han- dmade arts and crafts. More than 300 exhibitors offer almost as many dif- ferent kinds of artwork for sale. But each year the throngs of tourists are joined by a group of artists who bring a different kind of art to the fair. Their work doesn't appear on canvas, in clay,...…

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