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Page 2-Thursday, January 11, 1079-The Michigan Daily
Parks Commission
plans nature walks

By MATT KOPKA
The hail, sleet, and snow that
invariably descend upon Ann Arbor for
at least four months each year are no
reason to avoid the great outdoors, or so
says the Washtenaw County Parks and
Recreation Commission. The com-
mission is sponsoring four nature walks
in an attempt to bring frost-nipped
nature lovers out of hibernation.
THIS SATURDAY at Park
Washtenaw, located at the junction of
Washtenaw Avenue and Stadium
Boulevard, tour guides will lecture
their followers on "Urban Woodlots."
"Animals in Winter" will be the
theme of Sunday's hike, to be held at
Park Lyndon, off North Territorial
Road. Walkers will be on the lookout for
the park's small animals and signs of
their winter activities. They will
discuss the creatures' habits, habitats,
and hibernation.

The following Saturday, Jan. 20,
again at Park Lyndon, bird watching
enthusiasts will gather in hopes of cat-
ching a glimpse of the many feathered
creatures that populate the area in the
winter.
Veterans of the University School of
Natural Resources courses on Woody
Plants, as well as any novices who
would simply like to learn about the
subject, can meet Sunday, Jan. 21, at
the Matthei Botantical Gardens on Dix-
boro Road, where discussion will center
on area trees.
The walks are free of charge, and
anyone interested in making a reser-
vation may call 994-2575.
Of all of Thomas Alva Edison's
inventions, the phonograph was the
one that first brought him interna-
tional fame.

D.W. Griffith's

1915

Birth Of A Nation
Blatantly racist, powerfully manipulative and certainly objectionable in it's
misrepresentation of the historical facts of Reconstruction, this film is never-
theless a masterpiece of cinematic achievement in its virtuoso use of a new
art form. "The film remains incredibly flimsy as abstract intellectualization."
-Gerald Most, A Short History of the Movies. In tinted black & white.
Starring Lillian Gish & Henry B. Watchall.
FRI:. Bogart & Bergman in CASABLANCA

CINEMA GUILD

TONIGHT AT
7:00

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FREE -

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HEWLETT hp PACKARD

Demonstration

Thursday, Jan. 11-Friday, Jan. 12
10:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.
MR. CHUCK PALY, factory representative from Hewlett Packard, will be at
Ulrich's Books tordemonstrate and answer your questions about Hewlett-
Packard Calculators.

Daily Photo by ANDY FREESERG
Quiet Walky
A down jacket and hood shielded this pedestrian from the icy blasts of the wind as he strolled along this deserted Manhattan sidewalk recently.
LEADERS TO PUSH FOR UNION CHANGES:
Studen ts plan lobbying efforts

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Members of University Activities
Center (UAC), Michigan Student
Assembly (MSA), and the Michigan
Union Board of Directors began to
organize student support for Union
modification proposals before the
Regents in a meeting yesterday.
According to Jeff Lebow, UAC Union

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programming chairman and MSA
representative to the Union Board of
Directors, members of these groups
decided to act after the Regents tabled
a decision on Union modifications at
their meeting last month.
The groups are lobbying for
proposals which call for transferring
control of the Union to the Office of
Student Services and converting the
building's hotel rooms into dormitory
space.
LEBOW SAID lobbying efforts in-
clude:
" Sending mailgrams to the Regents;
" Providing preaddressed stamped
post cards so that students may send
their opinions directly to the Regents;
" Urging campus student gover-.
nments to send collective mailgrams
and attend the Jan. 18 Regents
meeting;
" Taking out ads which include the
Regents' addresses and phone numbers

union support personally;
'We have to show that
students want a student
center anid not a confer-
ence center, which it is
unless the Regents get rid
of the hotel. The only way
to do this is by packing
the Regents meeting.'
-Jeff Lebow, MSA
represen tative to
the Union Board
* Distributing flyers;
" And paying for student-Regent
telephone calls from MSA and UAC of-

and urge students to verbalize their fices.

In addition, Lebow said he, MSA
president Eric Arnson, and Union
Board of Directors President Larry
Pulkownik will make personal visits to
individual Regents.
Lebow said he hopes the lobbying will
inform students of the issues and will
also encourage them to attend the
Regents meeting. "The main thing is
for everyone to go to the Regents
meeting because some Regents have
expressed doubt in student interest in
the Union," explained Lebow.
LEBOW ADDED that "We have to
show that students want a student cen-
ter and not a conference center, which
it is unless they (the Regents) get rid of
the hotel. The only way to do this is by
packing the Regents meeting."
MSA member and lobbying organizer
Joe Pelava said he thought the project
would garner "pretty good support. It's
a really good issue because it isn't par-
tisan, so it should unite all students on
campus," said Pelava. "Everyone
from bookworms to artisans to people
who like to party or people who just like
to talk can benefit from the Union," he
said.
Arnson said Monday night the lob-
bying effort is "the best thing MSA
gave support to all year" because it is
so clearly a student issue."

NOON LUNCHEON
Homemade Soup and Sandwich-75t
Friday, January 12th
ROBERT BERRY, Psycho-Therapist
"The Creative Process and
The Psychology of Blockage"
GUILD HOUSE-802 Monroe

The Ann Arbor Film Cooperative presents at Aud A
Thursday, January 11
DAWN OF THE DEAD
(George Romero, 1978) 7:00 only-AUD A
The Ann Arbor Film Cooperative presents a special sneak preview of a major
new horror film. If you liked Romero's NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, you'll
love DAWN OF THE DEAD. Flesh-eating zombies are on the prowl again, this
time attacking a group of people who have taken refuge in, of all places, a
shopping mall. "In DAWN OF THE DEAD I take the lid off."-George Romero.
Director George A. Romero will speak and answer questions after the show.
FREEyA
Tomorrow & Saturday: John Travolta In SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER

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a Favor:
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Your Daily

HOUSINGDIVISION
RESIDENT STAFF JOB OPENINGS FOR 1979-80
INFORMATIONAL MEETINGS:
Monday, Jan. 15-Wednesday, Jan. 17, 1979

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UAC-MEDIATRICS

COUZENS-January 15, Monday, 7:00 P.M.
-Main Lobby
ALICE LLOYD-January 15, Monday, 7:00
P.M.-Blue Carpet Lounge
SOUTH QUAD-January 15, Monday, 9:00
P.M.-West Lounge
WEST QUAD-January 16, Tuesday, 7:00
P.M.. Dining Room No. 1
BARBOUR-NEWBERRY-January 16,
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M.-Barbour Living Room

EAST QUAD-January 16, Tuesday, 8:00
P.M.Room 126
OXFORD-January 17, Wednesday,7:00
P.M.-Seeley Lounge
BURSLEY-January 17, Wednesday, 8:00
P.M.-West Cafeteria
MINORITY PEER ADVISORS:
South Quad-January 24, Wednesday, 7:00
P.M.-West Lounge

RETURNOF THE DRAGON
BRUCE LEE, the Kung Fu expert, meets the World Karate Champion, CHUCK NORRIS, in
Rome's spectacular Coliseum and like gladiators of the past face each other in a fight to the
death. Bruce Lee is still the respected King of Kung Fu and his own particular magic sets this
film apart from all others. His choreographed fighting is an expert combination of dance
and action.
Thurs. Jan. 11 Assembly Hall, Mich Union 7:00 & 9:00
f KEN TCK V FRIED MOVE
(John Landis, 1977) The smashingly successful satirical revue group from the Kentucky Fried
Theatre in Los Angeles hits new comedy heights in this hilarious spoof of television and the
movies. The KENTUCKY FRIED crew pokes fun at the American establishment and our
cherished media, and their humor is even more outrageous and pointed in its satire than
TV's SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE.
Fri. Jan. 12 Assembly Hall, Mich Union 7,8:30,10
-and-

The above informational sessions for prospective staff applicants have been scheduled to
discuss the dimensions and expectations of the various staff positions, how to apply in
the buildings and/or houses, who to contact, criteria to be used in the selection pro-
cedure and the number of positions that are likely to be vacant.

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