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July 19, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 43) • Page Image 1

…THE Summer Daily Vol. LXXXI 1, No. 43-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, July 19, 1973 Ten Cents Twelve Pages plus Twelve Page Supplement -7- Art fair / ~ opens Under blue skies and sunshine, thousands of people swarm through the annual Ann Arbor art fair yesterday. The {f a ir, w h ich runs through Saturday, is considered one of the best of its kind and at- tracts artists from all over the country. Doily Photo by KEN FINK rcefreeze to end ixon e...…

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… Poge Two THE SUMMER DAILY Thursday, July 19, 1973 Page Two THE SUMMER DAILY Thursday, July 19, 1973 GOP tills low as a result of Watergate WASHINGTON (UPI) - Nine months after its presidential ticket won landslide re-election, the Republican party's national committee is in such financial distress that it is firing 25 per cent of its staff and its chair- man is taking. a 10 per cent pay cut. Without blaming its problems on the party fait...…

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…Thursday, July 19, 1973 THE SUMMER DAILY Page Three LaRue testimony casts doubt on itchell claims WASHINGTON (5)-Frederick LaRue, a former Nixon re-election campaign aide, testified yesterday that former Atty. Gen. John Mitchell neither rejected nor ap- proved the Watergate bugging plan in his presence. His testimony challenges two key de- nials made by Mitchell before the Senate Watergate committee last week. LaRUE SWORE he never heard' ...…

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….H Summer Daily Summer Edition of THE MICHIGAN DAILY Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan Thursday, July 19, 1973 News Phone: 764-0552 Senate disaster THE OIL LOBBY won a great victory Tuesday when their bill authorizing the licensing of the Alaskan oil pipeline and the immunization of the project from further challenges in court was passed by the Senate. The vote allows an ecologically questionable project to proceed b...…

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…Thursday, July 19, 1973 THE SUMMER DAILY Page Five Italy feels3 effects of ' liberation . A roN ROME ( -The battle of the sexes is getting keener in Italy. Women have now taken the offensive, verbaly at least claiming that their Latin partners are lousy lovers. AND MEN, reports a writerr and marriage counsellor, ar iin- deryning a virility crisis. Giorgio Rifelli, author of "Cul- ture and Sex" and a marriage adviser in Bologna, says that Itali...…

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…Page Eight Reforms sic By IAN McCAUSLAND part of a conglomerate ministry Associated Press Writer involving the arts, tourism and SYDNEY, Australia - After the environment. 200 years of white domination, Bryant has set about overturn- Australia's indigenous blacks - ing and reshaping policies to as- are starting to get a better deal. sist the ahorigines. They are native to this island "It is a huge task," said Bry- continent claimed for Britain...…

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… Thursday, July 19, 1973 THE SUMMER DAILY Page Nine Thursday, July 19, 1973 THE SUMMER DAILY Page Nine Union charges low city fire protection (Continued from Page 1) Schmid said the department did not attempt to get recruits until after their budget had been ap- proved by City Council in mid- May. More personnel will be add- ed within several months, accord- ing to Schmid. Because of the shortage and the administration's unwilingness in...…

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…Page Ten THE SUMMER DAILY Thursday, July 19, 1973 Phase4 outlined by President (continuedtfromPage 3) he will strive to achieve a bal- anced budget in fiscal year 1974, rejecting a tax increase as a way to cool off the economy. SHULTZ, READING the state- ment, told n e w s m e n: "The budget policy is a return to that old-time religion: Balance the budget." As expected, the President kept the wage standard of earlier phases in effect. Thi...…

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… Thursday, July 19, 1973 Mixed League Bowling Sign Up Now! M Pin Bowling 40c per game WIN A FREE GAME MICHIGAN UNION BILLIARDS Open 11 a.m. Mon.-Sat. - 1 p.m. Sun. THE SUMMER DAILY Page Eleven ;= ,; i f';, . ARE YOU COLOR BLIND? We Need You For Color Vision Experiments WE PAY CALL Fred, 764-0574 , . I ! I VALUABLE COUPON Worth $1.24 R U: FREE; Buy 1 delicious Mr. Tony's Hot Torpedo Sandwich with jumbo Coke and get ! I * 1 another Hot Tor...…

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… Page Twelve THE SUMMER DAILY Thursday, July 19, 1973 Ain't no doubt: By The Asociated Press DETROIT -- D e t r o i t pelted KassCity pitching fir five uni the fourth inning and six more in the fifth, with Gates Brown and Dick McAuliffe pac- ing the barrage with three-run homers, and the Tigers went on to rout the Royals 14-4 last night. Joe Coleman breezed to his 15th victory-second high in the American League-against eight losses as the ...…

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…} Doge Two-S THE SUMMER DAILY Thursday, July 19, 1973 PROFILE OF THE ARTIST Pickles to sweeten local bazaar DiOy -'noo by I EK 1 wirM/\K I-H Pickles and her work Art Fair Supplement Edited by Debra Thal Sculpted walls & ceilings will take you back to Old Bavaria. Those were the days when foaming steins of German draft were served by jolly Biermeisters and fun was had by all Come, visit a new place teeming with all those Bavarian tradition...…

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…Thrursdoy, July 19, 1973 THE SUMMER DAILY Page Three-s Thursday, July 19, 1973 THE SUMMER DAILY Page Three-S Artists take to streets for 14th annua I fair The art fair cometh. For the 14th time in as many years, swarms of artists-250 in all-will desert studios, garrets, workshops, and cellars, gather tip whatever it is that they do best and seize control of Ann Arbor's streets. SPECIFICALLY, the ranks of the talent- ed from 30 states...…

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…Page Four- THE SUMMER DAILY Thursday, July 1_9, 1973 Poof:Absurdity becomes art By JOSEPHINE MARCOTTY Green Men, copulating extra- terrestial.balloons, and a 40 foot litter-bug sticker with a man- nekin impaled on the end are just a few of the "spectacles" expected at the Art Fair this week. These events are put together by Spectacle, an organization whose purpose is "interesting people in becoming creatively and spontaneously involved, an...…

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…Thursday, July 19, 1973 THE SUMMER DAITLY Poge Five-S U' museums tempt viewers By ERIC SCHOCH When the time arrives this year when you sit back, tired of every- thing that you have been doing the last few weeks, and decide that there is nothing to do today, that will be the day to go to one of the University's three major museums: the Museum of Nat- ural History, Kelsey Museum of archeology, and the Museum of Art. Natural History Museum Th...…

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…Page Six-S THE SUMMER DAILY Thursday, July 19, 1973 Music, theatre: Daily Photo by GARY VILLANI "I wanno go home" One young visitor to last year's art fair isn't quite sure if she likes having her picture sketched. It's hard to sit still for more than five or ten seconds. Poets push public awareness By JACK KROST the 20th, at the "entertainment Meanwhile, the Union Gallery In an effort to "push poetry" area" of the fairgrounds near will ha...…

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…Thursday, July 19, 1973 THE SUMMER DAILY Page Seven-S City galleries span spectrum By KATHLEEN RICKE For a city of 100,000 resi- dents, Ann Arbor is quite for- tunate to have seven art gal- leries within walking distance of campus. The galleries represent a wide v-riety of art styles and ecialties from cla ssic-il an- ti ies to multi-media shos Andro-Media Gallery s atomted enirsnrment"'' is the them of thi, n w g'attery on State St., acco...…

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…Page Eight-S THE SUMMER DAILY Thursday, July 19, 1973 Local fair fun for artists Photo by TERRY McCARTHY Carol Furtado at work Area weaver Carol Furtado is shown working at her Scandinavian style loom. She is one of many local crafts people displaying their work at the art fair. SUMMER BARGAIN DAYS NEW from COLUMBIA & EPIC, i6i Of 0 KE321 34- KC32280-- SLY & THE FAMILY STONE PAUL SIMON f - DURING BARGAIN DAYS KC32400- KE32140-- CHICAGO VI ...…

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…Thursday, July 19, 1973 Weaver guild exhibits work THE SUMMER DAILY PoeNineS Weaving used to be more than a hobby - it was an essential skill learned by nearly all wo- men. The Ann Arbor Weavers' Guild was founded over fourteen years ago to preserve and encourage the continuation of weaving as an art form. University presents art show Running concurrently with the art fair, the University has in- vited 61 Michigan artists to the 21st Annual...…

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…Page Ten-S THE SUMMER DAILY Thursday, July 19, 1 973 'HIGH ENERGY BOOGYING Blues, Jazz Festival ahead By GLORIA JANE SMITH An event not to be missed this fall is the second annual Ann Arbor Blues and Jazz Festival, scheduled for the second week- end in September at Otis Spann Memorial Field. The three-day festival, which has been appropriately c a l l e d "the biggest party of the year," brings together nearly 15,000 peo- ple of all descri...…

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…7hursday,,July 19., 1973 f THE SUMMER DAILY Page Eleven-S ThursdoyJuly 19, 1973 THE SUMMER DAILY Page Eleven-S Art Association promo s crea tivity By ROBERT A. DAVIDOFF tlist herself, Amick rents one of hanging outside City Council Walking into the Ann Arbor the small studios down the first Chambers, in the public library Art Association, an off-white halw ty. Althogh her door is and the Old German Restaurant. building situated where Platt...…

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