The Michigan Daily-FridyFebruary 16, 1479Page 1
~Winter bl~ing: A fun
and practical pastime
By STEVE HOOK
way to clss: bkcclm chaie to
tre ts rugt the w tion
rat ha~t lead to the dor of a beik1ing.
autms h bi~es are hafbri in
Ei~ i the i~1eof winter, there
sesto be mr and more of them
each day, despite the arctic-like
MOT WINTER biccles are not
prety-T are no Fujis in Fbuay.
LItead, rd ue a hdepdeof
bikes which have wo cmonte: an-
tiquity. Usualy one-speds, with
rim, hll- tims and dntdrm their
Byce owner zip aound town on
thi winter modes thmu zt the day,
On suh oweris Fed We, a 2-
year-old psychology ajr who
pedaled his "J. C Pney chmker.
thoghteDiag on a nar-zrodere
iFrs LKE motocs, yu know?
Y _si _ h.te-ce He
smle pody as he descrie his bb
by, which he sags- maes winter
ave r~hi.a cer ftl s
in his nab aai ve hesmera
We cuzges th novice bike rider to
take to the setsbeore the snow
"I~.~f y at to learn to ride a
e.bike rel weL the best time is winter.'
In adtin to hen~joymnent tethis
By BLANDA MORRISON
A wll-now hypnotist will ty to
hep cgaret smkr kick the habit
tonigt at 730 p.. .in i es West
Cafeteria Damn, a hypnotist who
speiahzes in weiht treductin and
cesatonof smking, highlit the
"ekof Relaatin prgam at Bur-
Dlamn claims an d per ct su-
ra te for toe who have tredto
it smoking with his help. He has hyp-
notizesido 1~5 n
sas he hpoiecan h zeup to D peple
at etmDmui peeting his
deosrainfre netm.Dao sof care.
foeral itkgwun lln ayp ive an
V -ew I lw%& l1 ts
Febi_ nm to m
tw~y.ar, ratMx Cr-sprtUadmay
I NGGI C.WilL ~
F&L S! Im t 5 As stff om;opnahi
]mac ~ _ FeoNr a i
wante to do soe1Jg m
ponant~~~I or t on o
year-round cyclist gets frm is
:er bi"gquite prctical
"Heck. bicycles get y '. here z_.n
times faster, and there's -no tra._.c aS
far as ote bicycles go'' He =mart a
tick pair of glo,-es andi a fir-ned cap
which he says are necsa^. for thec
mid-wTinter cycist. '"I'd do hgI
wouldn'i. t think of dioing TfIhdt
wAalk," he continues. "ifI was .at:the
library and forgot stomethin:g. I
wuln't think of walkng 1=5 mnutes
back home to get it. With the bike, I can
get hsome in a couple minutes .
SWLDEXTh A3REN'T the onl _ 7dem-
of the--e tw-owh~led ,winter- Charios,
Even the chef for the Kappa Sigaa
fratemity Ted Badger-ow, has taken to
the sport. I only start my car w hen I
have to." he sa, s.stryd _rin van a-
ct-aong, &hwin '.. -,-- w_;-eI
bicycle." Badgeo sys he acquire-,
the Sc hwina alt er pasing .it.amndonsd
in a snowbank for w;edKs.
For Badgerow, Wee. and a vwn
legion of hearty Ann Artes. t
bicycle regarties of the elements is a
worhwhile actIiiy.regardle ofwha
the mna~oity of conventional hike- and
- 'Peple t1ink I'm crazy fr idngaa
bike" saysWee'It's j; t bgca r e.e
hav en.'t -ed it,
3J 'y Photo ^y -!SA UOELSO-N
WHIPPED BY THE winter wind, its tires partially buried in the ic- grad
snow. this is just one of a number of winter bikes are frequentl visible on
camnpus. It may- nod be as chic as a Fuji or a Peugoi, but for winter c%-ctists
this antiquated two-wheeler is more than adequate.
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SFREE half hour of Pinball, Foosball and *
SVideo} Games. Show us your meat ticket and*
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Fri & Sat 1:30-3 am
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BUY A 1979
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Class of 1962
Rico Valenio Zelda Wo-ofenbite
The Campus ~Locomotive" "Gwns"
NLJ.~ F Rcmanuc Languages Alx~a~s has a
Jat~ ~x~rs lndeszen slacks. .from the
~ tong s~Je of the macks,. been on 'Amen can
Bandstand",. still cruises lc~'a1 high sTh4~l
AmDaV' and icrL iei suieao.,awvi
Peachs N. Kreme
Major-. Elementan E~ucafion. Pure as the
dnven Sso%% .. pert .sr,, I% galore ... a real.
kock out, especially in sw;eaters ... likes,
-ature"men -.. voted ear-round "Ie
Roby Farnsworth Harrington 111
"He only had one thing on his mind"
Freud Ian Slipp
Major. Nu.ca Phyics. Acuall\ finis hed
L""UNse" ears coke-b ottle glasses..
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