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September 09, 1976 (vol. 87, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

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…0ge T'wo' THE MICHIGAN DAILY ,, Thursday, September 9, 4oge Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY "- , . 1, U' Murder suspects await trial ' u i i u (Continued from Page 1) though an undercurrent of ap- prehension ran through the staff and patients. The FBI investi- gation continued, assuming a low profile. Though they re- fused to admit they had any strong suspects, agents seemed to concentrate on certain mem- - bers of the staff. In late Sep- tem...…

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…Thursday, September 9, 1976 Page Three Thursday, September 9 1976 Page Three 00^As ~q N MAP AMm Tenants U seeks refor city housing By JAY LEVIN The Ann Arbor Tenants Union (TU) zation catering mainly to campus area from obscurity during the past year as o ericks in the search for local housing ref Born almost a decade ago, the T success when it organized last Novembe tenants renting from Trony Associates company, in a successful rent st...…

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…. "' f MEMEMEMMIN Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 9, 19's S ThrdaSetmer9*.9 1211 - -- Order your subscription today to... PHONE 764-0558 First Presbyterian Church 1432 Washtenaw Avenue Identical services of worship Sundays at 9:30 and 1 1 :00 City Council clashes over gun policy; wage issue Information on campus 662-4466 programs I (Continutd from Page Three) of the student radicals circa his vote to favor the p...…

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…'I ursd4Y, Septormber 0, 11076 TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY *90* Fly* "husd" Sw lib*' -'I 6 1.E -. GAD IL - .- -S I I t This summer, we'd like you to think of Tech Hifi as "The Hifi Show". Where you can see, touch, and hear more of the latest hifi eqjuipment than at any ordinary store. Where you can spend as much time as you like talking to hifi experts, without being made to feel like you have to spend money. Where you can pick up lots of...…

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…Page SIX' THE MICHIGAN DAILY i nursday, September 9, 19 to Page SIx THE MICHIGAN DAILY I hursday, September 9. i 9 i~ _, I I TU: Housing reformer FIERY RECEPTION: /^ A Continutd from Page Three) pany from signing leases with- out complementarily, a lot of f wIA Trony was "trying to prevent out first conducting the proper people are benefiting from this," people from getting together, to negotiations with the TU. said Dewey Black, a T...…

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…__ t . . _ _ rage tignr THE MICHIUAN DAILY mir ursciay, ep em er Y, 'i !!!!!! ' j' We think it is significant that several years ago we decided to become the Office of Student Services in place of the Office of Student Affairs. More than a simple exchange of words it created an entirely new direction, enlarged our scope and em- phasized what it is we are really here for-to SERVE the stu- dents' needs. You will see detailed on this pa...…

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…Thursday, September 9, 19764 - THE MICHIGAN DAILY Pae Nino Thursday, September 9, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY gU 4 .11 -1 Pos till faces trial on assault charge. (Continued from Page 1) witnesses, including Baysinger, that Postill threw his wife, Shir- who testified that they saw Pos- ley, against a parked car when till use the handcuffs to choke she attempted to stop the fight. Baysinger. The Baysingers initiated the Outside the courtroom ...…

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…Page Tens I HE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 9, 1915 PageTen rHEMICIGA L~ALY hursaySepembe 9,191 _ _ s Imii :~ r r p A l] g 1 I- It ;?0OI \1I J-14. 1I;II I u 11111] :M h 11 ] elll; ; [ I Oh E?4: Ir a L11 k j I I Y r IiI 11WTI I " Ie111; I i I 11 ,1 ] I ura a CA IA s1 /LIT Jii'l1- Cu [s ti I li 110 I M 6 VAL 1I. .[9e '0 I'D " V I I .0 k 1I ci A -%& -4 : : ow- lkk- , I ;41 Is IIV ...…

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…PcgeT:wo. THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursdv eSentomh 0 1097 . ... , .. c r c. rr 1f,, 7, 1 7#1 - 11 Why not join the DAILY? THE DAILY ISA GREAT PLACE TO: 0 meet other good people " drink 5c Cokes 6 learn the operations of a newspaper " write stories' * see your name in print ! earn aiitle money Come on cown to 420 Maynard anytime and join the business, news, sports or photography staffs! >We put- sone ofAmerica's' most important natural resource...…

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…Thursday, September 9, 1976 rHE MICHIGAN DAILY, Page Three (The University Activities Center has gotten a new look but we're *.:still providing the same great ...:r.Y* entertainment and services) UAC is celebrating it's 11th year of existence with THE UAC UM ARTISTS AND LEARN ABOUT PLANNING AND PRIZES: what we hope will be a year of challenge, enter- CRAFTSMEN'S GUILD BUst Prize-a term's ticket for one to tainment, and learning. To start th...…

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…-1-HE MICHIGAN DAILY Pooe Four Thursday, September 9, 1916 Poge Four HE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 9, 1976 'U Affi rmativ By STU McCONNELL Discrimination is a systematic process, one that takes years to become entrenched. Unfortunately, "affirmative action" programs designed to rid the University of discriminatory hir- ing and enrollment practices promise to be an equally long haul. The University has, in recent years, institut...…

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…rhursddy, SOptem6er 9, 19 *76 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page five A click and a swoo h You won't see it in the front row of this year's Indianapolis 500, but don't be surprised several years from now if when Tony Human shouts "Gentlemen, start your engines" the only sound is a click and a mild swoosh. The Amick-SunWind Windmobile, designed by James Amick of Ann Arbor, is intended as an alternative to the roaring, fuel guzzling passenger cars wh...…

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…J Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY I . _., . h \ . i . '\.\', This Ad Worth ''" ' 50C Off the purchase of .. any shirt. SFkscreen Printer & W'hoiesale DI. b, CustomiT-shirts O ir spe<a ty N .a.x Portrait T-shirts ;+ , .%E "\'a ;...;i:";.2:%' , i ," rv' : Graphic Servtes }\.::.; " ;:.>;t . r f... .. x\. OVER 600 DESIGNS Thursday, September 9,1:97 TAKEN TOO LIGHTLY? 'U' examines By LANI JORDAN Crib notes written on the bottom of sneakers. Sne...…

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…Thursday;-*September- 9,19' 76 THE MICHIGAN DAILY P CQ 3ver J u WI PUT YOUR CREATIVITY TO WORK AND GIVE YOUR ROOM, APARTMENT, OR HOME A FACE. LIFT. FOLLOW THESE LOW-COST STEPS TOWARD YOUR HOME'S TRANSFORMATION WHILE ADDING UTILITY AND FLAIR! 40 . S w SwS k oil~b -- - .* 4 a* . 0 I M , , Iii op Is …

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…-Page. Elght THE MICHIGAN DAILY TN Page E1ght~ THE MICHIGAN DAILY r hursdciy, September 9, 19 10 0.00 om nmmMm mmmmummminm mm mmmummm mmmmm mau I E r r " THIS u NVALUABLE r COUPON r r I ENTITLES: r YOU TOr *PLAY * I *PINBALL r r ~OR ! FOOSBALLr r e I FOR r * 12 PRICE u r AT I r TOMMY'S ARCADE PACKARD & STATE * One coupon per customer. REDEEMABLE ANY- ; TIME BEFORE Sept. 20, 1976. Good for 50c ; worth of pinball for 25c u DAILY CLASSIFIEDS...…

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…Thursday, September 9, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Ntn-'l Thursday, September 9, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Ntn~' r 'U, cuts child care center staffs By LANI JORDAN Due to a recent University budget cut, many local child- care centers will find them- selves short of valuable volun- teer workers this fall. The Childcare Development Training and Placement Pro- gram which offers credit to stu- dents in exchange for their vol- untary ser...…

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…rage Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY i nursday, September 9, 191 Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY I flu rsdcy, September 9, 1 9 e f M Y*i4MM Y YY hh,$. ... OWN .v. ....... + ,.. , 'ia:. 3 539 E. LIBERTY second A tale of two Ann Arbors rung ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN 48108 995-1866 ',ieCrafted/£atker gK17A4 r So you made it. You' re on the second rung of the jungle gym -in college, away from home for pro- bably the first time. But where do you go fr...…

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…'Tursday, September 9, 1976 I HE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three I - - |M|UiIGN|AIL Pae Tre Leavingthe nest: A grad looks home By DAN BIDDLE It had been balmy for the! first week of March, 1976, but in Ann Arbor you knew better than to smile out of doors be- fore the 25th of April. By Fri- day the wind was practically ripping the clocks off Burton Tower, and like a bad omen, the night began with a few snowflakes. Near the corner of Hoover...…

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…Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY I Thursday; September 9, 1976 i I r COX ISLAND AMERICA'S FAVORITE HOT DOG SPICY CHILI, MUSTARD & ONIONS PIus--ONASSIS MINI BREAKFAST Scrambled Eggs, Sausage, Toast and Jelly-99c ALSO--We Have an Ice Cream Menu SHAKES, MALTS, SUNDAES THE ONLY ONASSIS CONEY ISLAND in ANN ARBOR 414 E. WILLIAM My first t By JEFFREY SELBST THERE IS A SPURIOUS myth which abounds in the minds of those who are about to scurry off ...…

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…'T'hursday, September 9, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY P ThurdaySepembe 9,1976THE ICHGAN AIL age Five ' HISTORY OF THE BLUES By BERT STRATTON N ANN ARBOR IT WAS blues music on the speakers. It was up in the bell tower where the History of the Blues class was meeting. Where over seventy students had the blues and the music was saying something like, "Everything's gonna be alright," and we knew, sure, everything'd be alright, but things would...…

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…Page Sig i'ME MICHIGAN O AILY 1ihursdoy, Soptember 9,'1T' oming out in a gayghetto ,., - .. By DAVID BELL CAME OUT in '72 As an elec- tion year, that alone should' have been enough to keep me in the closet. But-I guess I've looked for trouble since the start. My mother worked for the McGovern campaign that sum-, ier and fall while I sneaked off to gay bars in Chicago on the weekends (I told her I was staying overnight at a high school fr...…

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…r6 Thursday, Septerriber 9, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven Thursday, September 9, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven Ghosts of a By JIM TOBIN HAD NEVE M Y FAMILY USED to come to Michigan football first place games about once a year. My parents, both body had eith alumni, were neither voracious nor indifferent fans, ed to me. Too so that usually averaged out to one game per fall. Williams oute I was more a baseball fan back then, so th...…

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…Page Eiglit_ THE MICHIGAN DAILY i hursday, September 9, 19 10 Page Eig~if THE MICHIGAN DAILY Medical, Law, Dental, Nursing, Public Health, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Psyjchology, and Business .STS, DISSECTION KITS, t C OATS, MLEDICAL COATS, UTRIPI, EXERCISE, MEDICAL PHOTOGRAPHY, NETROL SSORS, LINEN TAPE, SPHYGMOfANOy li I ,STHC ~SLIDE BOXES, COVER SLIPS, H{UMAN BONE SKULLS, ,PDR RS , PAPERBACKS, STATIONARY, R ULERS , S CALPE7fS , k ...…

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…Thursday, September 9, 1976 th WoodI e t By Marnie Heyn my father cut the birches down the summer that i moved away the trees were diagnosed as beetled dying my mother wrote dad tried to make a bench of their stumps and boards but the wood splintered and snapped no use so father broke the birches to chunks to stop doors steady trash cans chock tires and fasten the cold frame but not to burn birch burns readily but father is tender toward the ...…

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…'doge Yen THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 9, 197+6 1'~ 1~ivi THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 9, 1976 Recalfing (Continued from Page 7) together in my mind now, but I remember my roommate. My first college roommate ever, right? Even though this was only orientation, I might make a really good friend, right? I couldn't wait. After a couple hours of sitting around, it was obvious that he could. When he finally showed up, I wasn...…

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…Thursday, September 9, 1076 . THE MICH1CAN't)AILY Page Eleven Thu rsdoy, September 9, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~oge Eleven HISTORY OF THE BL UES (Continued from Page 5) Well, like everybody else, we were up for a morning fuck.I And this round I'll skip most of my Curt Gowdy commentary. It happens just like before ex- cept this time everybody works out OK. The secret formula is I got to remember to survive her or- gasm by not thinking t...…

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…Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY T h n ei* * *.4* J.. V'4,1:0 7 F w auuy, .7epLCmoC =C y I y 1 r- I We carry a wide selection of TEXAS INSTRUMENTS CALCULATORS... at Prices that will turn your numbers On. And we'll service them when they go Offf Model SR52 SR56 SR51A SR50A SR30 List Price 299.95 119.95 79.95 59.95 24.95 Cellar Price 269.00 107.00 71.00 53.00 22.00 Texas Instruments progrmable slide-rule clculato- SR-52 as co...…

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…Page Two, THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 9, 1976 Baskc;tball.- Shooting for the top spot Fast Wolverines return four starters By KATHY HENNEGHAN The 1976-77 Michigan basketball team has its work cut out for it. Last year's second place finish in the national tournament is a tough act to follow. If the team has another success- ful season, it will come as no surprise. But if it falters by comparison, it will be undoubtedly criti...…

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…Thursday, September 9, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three Thursday, September 9, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ..- w_.,_._... ... c gan to sna od S in .0 '76 team - - - / _ By ANDY GLAZER The date is November 22, 1975. Late in the fourth quarter, Michigan is leading its annual clash with Ohio State 14-7 on the strength of a one-yard touchdown plunge by quarterback Rick Leach only moments before. Michigan has held Ohio State without...…

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…Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday. Sertemher 9.' 176 BUT FUTURE IS UNCERTAIN _# +c a' . v- y J Baseball: Two straight titles By BILL STIEG They w e r e n' t unstoppable at the plate, flawless in the field or overpow- ering on the mound, but the Michigan Wolverines were champions once again last year. They won their second straight Big Ten title with some gutty pitching and clutch hitting, and used more of the same to come within a ...…

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…Thursday, September , 1 976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY P g Five Swimming, tennis top women's spor ts Field hockey team getting better; hopes to break .50in1976 Powerful swim team wins Big By MICHAEL WILSON If past trends are any indication of what is to come in the future, Michigan's field hockey team faces their best season to date this fall. Of course, not much of a trend can be established after only two seasons, according to many sports ent...…

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…Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page SIx THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 9, 1976 Thursday, September 9, 1976 Hockey: Expect to rebound from inconsistent season By JOHN NIEMEYER Three years ago if someone mentioned hockey to the aver- age Wolverine sports fan, he would probably have laughed and said, "Oh yeah, they do have a hockey team somewhere at this school, don't they?" In 1973, the hockey team was coming off a miserable season ...…

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…Thursday, September 9, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY A _.. .! _ _ __ _.. .Pa 2ge Seven I i i 2 . .,.. ww ..... MI, J B B' e comes i ncoming tu ents Still serving the best in town PIZZAS - CHIPATIS - SISTER ANNS - SUBS FRESH MUSHROOMS PEPPERONI GREEN PEPPER ONIONS SLICED TOMATO BACON HAM CAPACOLLO SALAMI GREEN OLIVES BLACK OLIVES PINEAPPLE FRITO'S SAUSAGE* HAMBURGER* ANCHOVIES* *double item J A i / _ I i. FAVORITE HAM & C...…

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…Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 9, 1976 Cindermen keep championship bas Strengths lie in distance, hurdlers .e By ERNIE DUNBAR Of Michigan's six graduating trackmen, only two scored points for the Wolverines Big Ten indoor and outdoor champ- ionship teams. This light loss to graduation indicates how explosive the team can be in the next few years. Coach Jack Harvey has built a championship caliber team, relying mainly o...…

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…Thursday, September 9, 1976 rHE MICHIGAN DAILY Pae t ine' Thursday, September 9, 1976 ~HE MiCHIGAN DAILY + Vwfi '. i'l ig-P P chigan's intramurals: A veritable cornucopia ENTERS 30TH YEAR: £ oken tutors ace tumblers By RICH LERNER Although Michigan has one of the nation's top inter-collegiate athletic programs, if you are the participatory type rather than spec- tatorial, there is no need to feel left out. The University also offers...…

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…Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tka.reA^v, C...-.al rw ..w.. n t M-74 i nursUUy, epemoe r!, 9, o 0 I t - ii r Your non-profitstudent-run store Ir I we re responsive to your needs. TEXTBOOKS $.= . . Y; Y . ' . Books for all U courses Thousands of USED BOOKS 25%-35% off The University Cellar was started back in 1969 because stu- dents thought that prices in Ann Arbor were too high. Most of our competitors have responded by only...…

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…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 9, 1976 The Great By JEFF SORENSEN For the hard-core film addict Ann Arbor has more to offer than any midwestern city. It can boast of a wider variety of W movies at lower prices than any city outside Boston, New York Los Angeles and San Francisco On some weekends, as many as 25 different films are shown in the city. While nine commercial the- atres offer an adequate selec- tion of first-ru...…

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…rsday, September 9, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAIL, Page Three l the city's a stage for e dancer in Ann Arbor By SUSAN ADES y college town is an aspiring dancer's sanctuary. Here, rd-togged men and women painstakingly cultivate their tip- talents at the local studio and gym bars. Fruitless, frus- g audition hopes are not included in this scenerio. Instead, are sprinkled with classes, rehearsals and performances. e even get to court their concert dr...…

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…Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday September 9 . ..e...ur THE MICHIGAN D.iL - .,1 p.- 'A f IR IR 'USIC RS... To p MICHIGAN'S NO.1 SPEAKER STORE Douglass Sound knows a hif.i system can only sound as good as its speakers -- that's why we specialize in speakers! No matter how much you spend on amplifiers and program sources, you're missing out on the magic of music, unless you're listening to accurate speakers. Dollar-for- dollar, ...…

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…TMursddy, September 9, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five Thursday, September 9, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Silent sho By ANN MIARIE LIPINSKI EPULLS the imaginary baseball cap down to shade his eyes, then turns to show his full profile to the imaginary batter. His knees bend, he crouches, then begins dropping and retrieving a fabricated ball into a fabricated mit. He squints, purses his red-glossed lips, then winks at the non-existent catch- ...…

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… Page Six 4 HE MICHIGAN DAILY tnurscJoy, ~epremi DnursAay, :eptem ber 9, 1976 51 Grease paint and goose bumps Local art buyer By GEORGE LOBSENZ The last touches of grease paint are applied; each costume's ruffles and wrinkles are smoothed. The crowd murmurs ex- pectantly out front. A taut, pregnant silence sets in as the lights dim and the curtain starts its slow but certain ascent. The performers step out on the darkened stage, a goo...…

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…Thursday, September 9, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY D..,.... C .....a. r oge seven I i I Martial arts: The basic mastery of dimension By JAY LEVIN The lean, lithe man with white pants, pale yellow shirt and determined face moves for- ward, then back again in a ballet of slow, graceful motions. Outstretching his arms and thrusting his legs in a lethargic, yet decisive, kick, he propelles his body parts in soft unison, forever aware of the...…

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…Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tki rsuuyntinw....rem1 * TnursCy, aepCemD )er 9, 1915 3 BIMBO'S 113 E. Washington Tread lightly when you step into Bimbos-it's a place where! peanut shells carpet the floor in tradition with the days when 1 rowdy football players were too blown away to 'find the ash' trays. PRETZEL BELL 120 E. Liberty: Wallpapered with University sporting memorabilia, the Pret- zel Bell is the place to go to slurp thek froth...…

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