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September 06, 1973 • Page Image 13

…Y *fr iauF tii Section One - General Ann Arbor, Michigan - Thursday, September 6, 1973 Sixty-Four. Pages ' sets 1-ear residency rule By DAVID BURHENN and REBECCA WARNER A new one-year residence requirement for in- state University tuition status was approved on June' 23 by the Board of Regents after a major University residency clause had been effectively voided by the U.S. Supreme Court. Students applying for in-state tuition rates ...…

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…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY I hursdoy, September 6, 1973 1 Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1 hursday, September 6, 1973 Wvelcome Freshmen s to the _._ About the Daily Supplement... 0 This Daily supplement is published as a service to incoming students, especially freshpersons, designed to acquaint them with the "Big U" and the city of Ann Arbor. Although some of the articles are purely infor- mational, we hope you'll find many of them...…

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…t w Thursday, September.6,-.197.3 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three 'Thursday, September 6, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY leming eathers the storms By REBECCA WARNER The political confrontations of the late sixties forced a number of exposed University faculty and administration figures to choose sides publicly. The time for vague liberalism seemed to be over when student demonstrators invaded the classrooms or sur- rounded the Administration B...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY -m lrjoeAdmty lift'"foi- TH _IHGN.iL T.~ nursocy, September b, -''173 I._; ill your stomach w It lout em >ty ng your pockets. ur uarter ont der. 0 I 4 4 IA 1 t .4 D 1971 McDonald's Corp. 0 Peek under the toasted sesame seed bun of our McDonald Quarter Pounder and you'll be nose to patty with beef: one thick, juicy quarter- pound of 100% pure beef. be sm iling at two slices of cheese sandwichi...…

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… ;If r Thursday, September 6, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five .._ Fleming: The ,; 74 Continued from Page 3) erate. You have to know that,' Fleming says. Presently undisturbed by the "sometimes unpleasant" admin- istrative emergencies of the six- yties, Fleming has time to reflect on general directions of the Uni- versity. His turn of mind is patently academic-moral, delib- erate and always reasonable. Concerned about the issues ra...…

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…Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY ! hue d6v. ,SAMAml *r tai 114 t: k' I i iUi.Duuyf JCP(I=1lJU1:f Q, 1 71 J ., 000 a FRESHPEOPLE 0 Luck is fine, and you can't have enough of it when taking chances. But when you make, a really im- portant investment, like buying fine jewelry, or watches, It's just not wise to trust luck. You want a reliable jeweler with proven knowledge and integ city., As a mnember of the American Gem Society, Bay's Arcade Jew...…

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…n. Thursday, Septermbe 6,. 1973 I HE MKC hIUAN DAILY Page b( I tIE M1(ThRz~AN DAILY )~age ~ even 7 , i fever! Y 1 Fe J. 4 I f, f fi. I k pr; M1 ,; U- …

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…Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Ihurdav.S rtemher 61 9 i Ifk.AIauljyf -)Cpicii [)CI ,)1 1 71 } Art9 By DIANE LEVICK In the midst of Ann Arbor's summer doldrums, the 14th an- nual Street Art Fair brought the city fbur days of fascinating ex- hibits, entertainment, and over 60,000 onlookers from all over the country. Held July 18-21 on S. Univer- sity Ave., the fair featured the work of 250 artists and crafts- persons from 30 states and Can- ...…

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… Thursday, September 6,. 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY I7 ";? Thursday, September 6~, 1 97~ THE MICHIGAN DAILY Noises...murder...ghosts! By DIANE LEVICK Ghosts seem to pop up regu- larly in fraternities and in other haunts of fertile - minded stu- dents. Yet the "established" Ann Arbor area has a few of its own tales to offer to, those who bother to unearth them. Closest to campus is the story of ,Dr Kellogg's Medical Works on Broadway, as rec...…

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…Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursdav.Septe~mbe~r 6: 197A PageTenTHE ICHGAN AIL . ...a..%AY, rcNcsUIIIL C c l V, 171 :7 AN APTERYX, A " WINGLESS BIRD WITH HAIRY FEATHERS. HOW AOLYF A LITTLE ACTION7? -- . . S - - ACTION is a growing movement of volunteers out to help people help themselves. It's the Peace Corps and VISTA, helping people overseas and right down the street. Please don't crawl under a rock. Get intoACTION today 800-424-8580 "...…

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…Page Eleven Thursday, September 6, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY FI I--- I U, i 1 Local porn': Business as By DIANE LEVICK "When properly viewed, every- thing is lewd; I could tell you tales about Peter Pan. And the Wizard of Oz is a dirty old man!" -Tom Lehrer from his song "Smut" In view of the June 21 Supreme Court r u lii n g and subsequent crackdowns on obscenity, Lehrer, the Harvard math teacher turn- ed humorous songwriter, must...…

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…Thursday, September 6, 1973 h TudySpebr,193THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 6, 1973 a 342 EAST LIBERTY AT DIVISION HOURS 11:30-3:00 a.m. 7 Days a Week *CLIP AND SAVE* MR. PIZZA 769-8030 f Small Medium Large X-Large Square : *12" 14" 1 6"~ 1l8"~ 1p"xIf4" . f ! f ! Cheese 1,75 2.30 2.75_ 3.35 2.70 : fl ! * additional; :items .30 .40 .50 75 .50 f I 1Mr. Pizza 3.35 3.85' 4.90, 5.60 4.95 U! *(Pepperoni, Ham,}Sausage, Onions, Mus...…

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…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE Thursday, September 6, 1973 Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE PIRGIM By TERRY JURRENS While nationwide media pro- claim the demise of student rad- icalism, the non-partisan Interest Research Group In Michigan (PIRGIM) battles bureaucracy, unfair legislation, and illegality. Modeled and lnentored by Ralph Nader, PIRGIM was established on campus in 1972 following a student referendum. It is funded b...…

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…Thursday,,, I September .6,19173 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three Thursday, September 6, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 4 uiet radicalism 0l By CHARLES STEIN In the spring of 1970, thous- ands of students effectively shut down the University with a strike led by the Black Action Move- ment. Demanding a 10 per cent black enrollment by 1973, both black and white students boy- cotted classes until the adminis- tration acceded to their demands. At...…

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…Page Pour Thursday, 5ebtembet 6. 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y' Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday. Sl v t.+ mb w! r !.+ / 1 . m r. ;. . 1 I Now Is the time to choose an Ann Arbor bank 12 0 1 2 3 4 localions $k Ann Arbor Bank ha four offices near campus - more than any other bank. Why waste time hiking to an- other bank when Ann Arbor Bank is probably closer? i I .. Hours Money Machine O 7 a Students i .,...... Ann...…

September 06, 1973 • Page Image 29

…Page F i vie Thursday, September 6, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday; September 6, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five The. By DIANE LEVICK supplement co-editor Libraries are like people. They have'character . . . and they have secrets. Unfortunately, too many stu- dents go through four years at the University not ever really "getting to know" the libraries. Contrary to ancient circulating myths (no pun intended), the Graduate Library, also...…

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…Page Six THE MICHI&W DAILY Thursday, September f, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 6, 1973 : -i - -s Confronting *1 By JIM TOY and JEAN HASLER Gay Advocates Editor's note: Toy and Hasler, the lesbian advocate,sare both former University 'students. Bulldykel F a g g o t! Pansy! Fairy! We often hear such terms of contempt laid upon gay peo- ple. Ann Arbor is one of tike few cities in the U. S. where gay peo- ple have made a s...…

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… Thursday, September '6, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Sevin Thursday, September 6, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY vPaoev Se/V lt, HOME, SWEET? HOMEE Do rnsN The versatile cubicles By DIANE LEVICK supplement co-editor As a freshperson, you're prob- ably tearing your hair out wor- rying about what dorm life is "really like." Like the entire University ex- perience, it's what you make it. In the larger dorms like South and West Quads, Bursley...…

September 06, 1973 • Page Image 32

…0 Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 6. 1973 I Thursday..,J w. entembr 1973 a 4 ; ,. Pl. lk- ,, ;r.a' :'f '1 r 3, 1,; LI' 1 I 1 i .. ' 1 ./ " J / '.' , I . / , s; , '%'' ' r f , l . f / ' . , ; f ., r .i:Ci}:':::.. ... / y t. ". ' , i % / '' rJ: r' . { i, f t 0 0 clothes for the guy who digs looking good and doesn't let the fashion magazines shove him around. In our Bodystuff shops and traditional shops...…

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…Thursday, September 6, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine Thursday, September 6~ I 97~ THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Center By JANE ANDERSON chure International Center staff member to A The International Center (IC) planni works like a revolving door pro- The viding access to the Ann Arbor- forma .vacci University community and di- passe verse foreign countries. suran SLocatedat 603 E. Madison; the curre IC facilities foreign student par- ticipation...…

September 06, 1973 • Page Image 34

…I Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursdav: Seotember E_ 19T THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thiir~cicn, t~mh~r F 1Q7~ r+ auuyi JG lFGFfI47GI Vt 1 3/ 3 9' .r.. EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT RECORDS and TAPES ROCK - I JAZZ LASSIVS, K.... .. .J.yyyy ,},% : t .pf y hh {+. JS v BLUES-J IRCA Records ICOUNTRY OUR STAFF IS HERE TO SERVE, YOU!I /LARGEST SELECTION of TAPES in Ann Arbor! 'INCREDIBLE CHEAPIES'~ ONLY $1.99: (5 f...…

September 06, 1973 • Page Image 35

…Thursday, September 6, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven Mood of the campus --_________. ...a Seeking alternative paths WEL COME BACK... (Continued from Page 3) jammed with students, many of whom have abandoned mariju- ana and other drugs for the more traditional highs of alco- hol. HAVING WITNESSED these trends at colleges across the country the pundits of the na- tional news media have decided the nation's campuses are ex- per...…

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…Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 6, 19736 Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursd.... Se"'.tember. .r,&v.v1973.t I G6reens Cleaners " RESPONSIBLE * DEPENDABLE Greene's has been a leading dry cleaning facility in the Ann Arbor community for over 50 years. In that time, Greene's has proved that their work is good quality with no fancy padding or extras that tend to increase your dry cleaning bills. Honest and straight-forwa...…

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…Thursday, September 6, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Thirteenl THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Thirteen Local By KATHY BAILEY Ann Arbor is reknowned for its flu, cold, and lethargy epidemics. But local health facilities, sur- prisingly enough, are offered in proportionate profusion, w i t h everything from a Free People's Clinic to a Women's Crisis Cen- ter. And there is always the Uni- versity's own Health. Service. Probably the mainstay of all ...…

September 06, 1973 • Page Image 38

…Fourteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY I hursday, September 6, ! 97 Fourteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY I hursday, September ~, 197:5 r iM u~h Clui6 MEETINGS: THURSDAYS 7:45 311 West Engineering Bldg. " leaching " Racing Saln ,,.." - .. The By MAYNARD A newspaper doesn't publish itself. Known as "the New York Times of the college press," The Michigan Daily requires the tal- ents of six staffs to put out each l issue, so we're constantly on thel lookout for...…

September 06, 1973 • Page Image 39

…I Thursday, September 6, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Fifteen _hrdyepebr6 17 H IHIA AL Pg ite Yoga: By PETER La FRENIERE Part a Ann Arbor hosts an incredible the fact amount of activity concerning yoga ha one of the most useful of all suitable Eastern disciplines: yoga. For ties andt most of its students it becomes a and intel whole new way of life. To beg The Sanskrit word "yoga" has yoga is; become a household term word its throughout ...…

September 06, 1973 • Page Image 40

…It Th xursday,> September 6, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY T hursdoy, September 6, 1973 ._._.. : 0 . ._... 1235 S. UNIVERSITY " 300 S. STATE . ANN ARBOR 668.9866 665-3679 MICH. DISCOUNT RECORDS TWO ANN ARBOR STORES ARE WE STOCK ALL KINDS OF MUSIC ON NEARLY EVERY AS AN ADDED INTRODUCTORY BONUS WE HAVE IN- HAPPY TO WELCOME YOU TO THE UNIVERSITY OF LABEL:.CLASSIC FOLK POP ROCK ." JAZZ CLUDED IN THIS AD 12, COUPONS FOR LARGE DI-. MICHIGAN. ...…

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…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 6, 1973 5J Get Seling Results! TRY DAILY CLASSIFIEDS Track: Two seconds . .w " Y' ..and some records For Fall 3 Shrts, Ties, Belts, andf Slacks § . .§ - § f' ,-! .. : ~i i4'"}fl §..' ' f " f' " '... . . . :4": : r 4, * .* . i. §( Y!" :st se Vfn..ver'{seletionf t fnsr the ': F inetr ou o:sirs _.dtieflvr" rerd : capu . W etuete fins hrt ytebetmkrs{fy ,, ...,,. 4f::.' + .' . :: Arg seec ...…

September 06, 1973 • Page Image 43

…TLII^ ii t!^Lllf AAI MA 41 V AAhCh 71AIC - I ~r I III :.c Thursday. September 6, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAUA/-INt ruyu IIIa i oot Bal. . RT I /-)By RICH STUCK 0I est and r g 0 t st -"""" .Nedi& .Stemn Welcome to Micihgan . . The 1972 Michigan football, season: three acts. a play in *. -Bo and football Dan Borus - THOSE ARE RITUAL RITES of autumn which are performed here in Ann Arbor every football Saturday. Whenever t...…

September 06, 1973 • Page Image 44

…Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'T'"hursHhv i nt !rrihpr' F, + ? U I -~ 1 1 iul suuy, .aepternuer o, 17 t 3 } Someone at &has visited every major area in the world. Why entrust your trovel to anyone less than a professional Hockey. clashes Basement living "Rely on Experience" with leers' new look TICKETS AT OFFICIAL RATES BOERSMA TRAVEL I 14 NICKELS ARCADE NO 3-9301 Foreign, NO 3-8597 I 3368 WASHTENAW near'Arborland 971-0...…

September 06, 1973 • Page Image 45

… Thursday, September 6, 1913 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five Thursdt~y, September 6, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Basketball: legitimate darkhorse By GEORGE HASTINGS The 1973 Michigan basketball squad won't draw the pre-season raves from Big Ten cage Ana- lysts that its immediate prede- cessor did. This year's squad does not possess the height of the 1972 five, lacks its experience in the rugged conference play, has no big 6.10 center, and doe...…

September 06, 1973 • Page Image 46

…Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursciov_ ,P-nfP.I l,)0r A 1071 TH~ MICHIGAN DAILY Tk1 irc:Arni ~r',femk~.. t'~ 1 O7~ i l rui auuy, .)CpleITluer Q, 171 J : Basebalk WELCOMES YOU TO ofMI delicious PIZZA, SUBS & SANDWICHES!I r IJ / \ FREE DELIVERY! r6630511 FEATURING: " MR. TONY'S FAMOUS SUBMARINES! [all sizes up to 6-Ft.!] * DELICIOUS PIZZA [9; 12" & 14"] with 11 extra items! * new, exciting HOT TORPEDO SANDWICH! " MR. TONY'S taste-tanta...…

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…Tage Seven Thursday, September 6, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wrestling: Penthouse By JIM ECKER Russia has its five-year plans. China toys with seven-year op- erations. But for the Michigan wrestlers, a brief two-year time- table projects the Wolverines in- to the NCAA grappling title pic- ture. And according to the sched- ule, this is the second year of their championship march. Last season, Michigan capped a brilliant undefeated dual meet ...…

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…Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 6. 1973' -- I r- i Intra-Murals: Fun and By BRIAN DEMING Between the first quaddieburg- er and the last Gino Giant, be- tween the first toke and the last demonstration, between the first dreary lecture and the last skip- ped recitation, between the first Saturday night and the last morning after, there comes a time in the life of every U of M resident wh...…

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…Page Ninc Thursday, September 6, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 6, 1973 THE MICHiGAN DAILY Page Nine's Football ticket info ED. NOTE: Information courtesy of Michigan Ticket De- partment. Students purchasing football tickets this year will be charged $18.00 through the Students Accounts Office. Each student will be given a football coupon during regis- tration. The coupon may be exchanged for a season ticket on the exchange ...…

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…r Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY, Thursday, September 6, 1973 ; . 4 ;. =x . Page en TE MICIGANDAIL tins .f Y I t r LOW RATES-You can rent a refrigerator for as little as $3.64 per month. Televisions are as low as $4.68 per month. " VARIETY-The Cellar has 4 sizes of refrigerators from 2 i DAILY RENT-You pay only for the number of days you have the unit (3 month minimum). If you keep a frig for 7 months and 18 days, you pay for 7 months...…

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…Thursday, September 6, 1973 Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY . Y, It, I LOOKING FOR A VIABLE LIFESTYLE ALTERNATIVE? CO-oils THE BETTER WAY There are students and community co-ops at U-M and hundreds of other campuses across the U.S. and Canada. To find out more about co-ops, come to' NORTH AMERICAN STUDENT COOPERATIVE ORGANIZATION LEARN THE BETTER WAY Literature and information on the co-op movement, how to start c...…

September 06, 1973 • Page Image 53

… Thursday, September 6, 1913 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PneTh're .a c r r: ; scaping rom th By'MARTIN PORTER It seemed like suicide, but we were desperate to get out of Ann Arbor. . Fourteen degrees farenheit, 9:30 p.m. and we were going to hitch-hike to Chicago. Jim, Mike and I were sitting around discussing some mysteri- ous nausea that had sunk deep- ly into our stomachs during the previous week. No, it wasn't painful, nor did it disrupt an...…

September 06, 1973 • Page Image 54

…Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY I Th'u rsdav. Antombor 6: 1 C)7 Page Four TH~ MICHIGAN DAILY I I j t a%%Ayf )ap r- I luuI u It 7f :7 W HAT'S A STEAKC TV By ERIC SCHOCH Supplement Co-editor The University Television ter. Just the word telev Cen- 'ision themselves are made on broad- sisl cast 2-inch video tape, but some nee are also transferred tofilm and I-inch tape for audio visual use I- by schools and other groups. equ fro: THOUGH THE...…

September 06, 1973 • Page Image 55

…Thursday, SepternbOr 6, 1 ' 73 1 t-iF MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five Thursday, September 6, 1973 IME MICHI(~AN UAILY Page ~ The following is a collection of comments by Daily staff and their friends about the wide selection of restaurants, in our com- munity. 0 u r schizophrenic reactions in some cases should prompt you to experi- mernt in the gastronomic arts yourself, formal dining UNIVERSITY CLUB . Michigan Union You must be a paid-up membe...…

September 06, 1973 • Page Image 56

…Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY I hursday, September 6, 19-73 Page Six THE|IC||GAN|DAIL -1-11 -1--l- -1 1 1 - ._. MICHIGAN e~L4 t woes s eto Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, Graduate Students an DESERVE THE BEST and ULRICH'S SERVE THE BE! USED and NEW TEXTBOOKS at Up to 1 for every course on the Michigan Campus t0 '30 900 00 d Faculty IT , i i O~USED BOOKS Orstock of GOOD USED Books is the largest in the city and at the BEST PRICES! We g...…

September 06, 1973 • Page Image 57

…f____________ Page Seven Thursday, September 6, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE Anr (Continued from Page 3) true that you have to be a genius to go to school there? . '" And so on .-. "Is it true that there is some- thing great going on?" We were lucky that a bell rang informing the kid to get himself outside to fill a tank. He excused himself, put on his gloves and went to service an army-green Econoline van. I was glad that he had left...…

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…Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 6, 1973 PaeEihTEMIHGArAIYThrdaSetmbr.,17 _. OUR STORY There are over a dozen audio shops in Ann Ar- bor. We all sell basically the same gear. In spite of this, Douglass Sound has become the recognized leader in audio sales and service. Our humanistic approach to sales and the best after-sale warranty policy available have made us unique in the city. SHOP AROUND Do some comparisons. Check ...…

September 06, 1973 • Page Image 60

…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursdav., SentemhAr rn A 9' Pa e T w H E M C H G N1A L E E1 .u+ ..iuy,,;.aC ,. crr ,a r v, i 7 r WE WANT YOU TO HEAR MORE Altec AR Empire Garrard Audio Analyst J.B.L. BASF KLH Beyer B&O B&W Dual David Clark Design- Acoustics 0 One of the area s tuners, tape recorders, Marantz Maxell Nortroni Ortofon Pioneer Phase Li Phillips USIC!! Revox Shure Sony Scotch Stanton Sennheiser cs TEAC Thorens TDK inear Ta...…

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… I Thursday, September 6, 1973 THE MICHIGAN{ DAILY Mage Three Thursda, Septmber 6,1973 TE MICHGAN DAIY t1'ae Thre Putting together University concerts By ERIC SCHOCH supplement co-editor When describing the Ann Arbor and University c o n c e r t scene, perhaps "variety" is the best word to use. Bands and performers appear- ing at the University last year in- cluded Commander Cody and his Lost Planet Airmen, Stevie Won- der, Cheech and...…

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…Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thi wrarlrnr ",onfimOnNor A 1 107 I. 1 I r*urbU(J/,,)e1.i emI LJr D, 1'7 t- .1 768030 ' Order Your Subscription Today 764-0558 Touring groups highlight local dance experience U NEW BOOKS BY U-M AUTHORS ERIC S. RABKIN Narrative Suspense "When Slim Turned Sideways . .. Using the insights afforded by structuralism, linguistics, and modern criticism, the author provides a seminal study of the function an...…

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