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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, September 5, 1974

THE ICHIAN AILYThusday Sepembr 5,197

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The i
ichianI
aily
OFFICE HOURS
Circulation Dept.. 9 a.m.-3 p.m..
764-0554I
Classified Dept. 10 a.m.-4 p~m.
764-0558
Display Dept. .. 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
764-0557
Please try to call our offices during
these hours.
IncI
-*Little card.
Big convenience.
There's one reserved for you.
Pick it up today~.
1112 South University
0 Prescriptions
ths~i~a~e" Patent Medicines
S 0 Cosmetics
0 Liquor & Wine
11i12 South University
Phone 663-5533
Parking behind the store
Ik~oI8

About the supplemnent. ,

The Daily supplement is published as a service to
incoming students, especially freshpeople and is de-
signed to acquaint them with University life and the
city of Ann Arbor. The supplement deals with many
topics not usually covered by the regular paper, which
is published six days a week during the fall-winter
terms.
Many of the articles are purely information and
are intended to help the novice both tolerate and en-
joy college life. Inside, you will find tips on avoiding
housing hassles, a restaurant directory which reviews
both the local greasy spoons and the more posh eat-
erie, and features on almost every conceivable aspect
of student life.
We have spent many long hours through the spring
and summer months putting together our brand of an
orientation handbook, which we hope you will find
both educational and entertaining.
--THE SUPPLEMENT STAFF

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXV, No. 1
Thursday, September 5, 1974
is edited and managed by students
at the University of Michigan. Nevus
phone 764-0562. Second class postage
paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106.
Published d a i l y Tuesday through
Sunday morning during the Univer-
sity year at 420 Maynard Street, Ann
Arbor, Michigan 48104. Subscription
rates: $10 by carrier (campus area) ;
$11 local mail (Michigan and Ohio) ;
$12 non-local mail (other states and

HEALTH COSTS SOAR
CAMBRIDGE, Mast.(AW)-
Spiraling government and pri-
vate expenditures for health
care coverage, treatment and
materials were at the $80 bil-
lion level in 1972, Arthur D.
Little Inc., reports, adding that
the figure is likely to double by
the end of the decade.
The research firm, headquar-
tered here, believes the strain

These are twvo of the men who quite literaly put out The
Daily. In the foreground is Myron Crosswait working hard
at his Linotype machine. Sitting behind him is Merlyn Lavey.
Four other skilled craftsmen work'-each night at the actual
production of the paper.

The Supplement Staff
Editor: CHERYL PILATE
Asst. Editor: SARA RIMER
Sports Editor: MARC FELDMAN
Photographers: KENNETH FINK, THOMAS.GOTTLIEB,
STEVE KAGAN, KAREN KASMAUSKI, PAULINE
LUBENS, DAVID MARGOLICK
Photo Technicians: KENNETH FINK, THOMAS GOT
TLI EB, STEVE KAGAN, KAREN KASMAUSKI.
Advertising Director: STEVE LeMIRE
Salespeople: DEBBY NOVESS, CASSIE ST. CLAIR
photo credits
GENERAL NEWS- Pg. 1: Fink, Gottlieb, Gottlieb;
Pg. 2: Fink; Pg. 3: Fink; Pg. 4: Gottlieb; Pg. 9: Fink;
Pg. 10: Gottlieb; Pg. 12: Gottlieb; Pg. 13: Fink; Pg. 15:
Gottl ieb.
STUDENT LIFE -- Pg. 1: Kasmauski, Gottlieb; Pg. 2:
Kagan; Pg. 3: Gottlieb; Pg. 4: Fink, Kasmauski; Pg.
5: Kasmauski; Pg. 8: Fink, Margolick; Pg. 10: Fink,
Kasmauski; Pg. 11 : Gottlieb,
COMMUNITY -- Pg. 1: Kasmauski; Pg. 2:' Gottlieb;
Pg. 3: Margolick, Kasmauski, Kasmauski,' Kasmauski;'
Pg. 4: Kasm auski; Pg. 6: Gottlieb, Gottlieb; Pg. 7: Kos-
mauski, Kasmauski.
CULTURE -- Pg. 1: Kasmauski, Gottlieb; Pg. 3: K~os-
mauski, Kasmauski, Gottlieb, Kasmauski; Pg. 4: Lub-
ens; Pg. 5: Gottlieb, Kasmauski; Pg. 6: Gottlieb, Kos-;
mauski, Gottlieb; Pg. 7: Gottlieb. .
ACADEMICS- Pg. 7: Kasmauski; Pg. 2: Morgoflck;,
Pg. 3: Kasmauski, Gottlieb, Kasmauski; Pg. 4:.Kasm~ou-
ski, Got lieb, Kasmauski; Pg. 7: Margolick, Gottlieb.
Editorial Staff
bANIELBIDDLEf
Editor in Chief
JUDY RU7SKIN and REBECCA WARNER
Managing Editors
SUE STEPHEN4SON.......... ..........PFeature rditer
MARNE HEYN .................. .... Editotial Director
CINDY HILl, ..................Executive tXrector-
KENNT LK FINK.............. Atts "1ditor
STAFF WRITES:S Prakash Aswani, Gordon Atcheson, LaUfta
Berman, Dad. Blugerman, Howard Brick, Charles Cole-
man, Barb Cornell, Jeff Day, Della DiPietro, William
Heenan, Steve Hersh, Jack Krost, Andrea Lilly, Mary
Long, Jett Luxenberg, Josephine Marcotty, Betb 1 *ft,
Cheryl Pilate, Sara Rimer, Jim Schuster, StOphen
Selbst, Jeff Sorensen, Paul Terwilliger.
Sports Staff
MARC FELDMAN.
Sports Editor
GEORGE HASTINGS
Executive Sports Editor
RoomER OSSIT . ... ...........Managin&g Sports dit~sw
JOHN KABLER..................Associate Sporta iter
THERESA SWEDO .............Constributintg Sports Edir
Photography Stiff
THOMAS GOTTILIEB
Chief' Photographer

Summo r seigblshd Tus being placed on health care re-
day through Saturday morning, sources is leading to mnore
* .r Subscription rates: $5.50 by carrier stringent 'evaluations of pro-
*(campus area); $6.00 local mail grams and to increased em-
** (Michigan and Ohio); $6.50 non- pais on balancing limited re,
**E local mail (other states and foreign). <srewihn ds
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*i I f you have never shopped L
I R * at the Grand Bazaar of Istanbul,
*4 THEN COME TO (
STUDIO ~Turkish Arts& Gifts Shop'
4 ______and you will experience the 1
* *,mystical air of the ancient Bazaar.
* Instruments, Accessories, Lessons .* SEE
x *Intrmens AD ad RPARE * HOODED SEPSKIN MAAXI COATS& CAR
Instumens MAE an REPIREDCOATS@i HANDMADE JEWELRY " PUZZLE L
209 SOUTH STATE (upstairs) *fl RINGS@r HANDWOVEN RUGS@r KHILIMS &r
4665-8001 REAL FURTASIA TAPESTRY 0 GENUINE
* * TURKISH FERRY CLOTHES & TOWELS *
** *** **************' ****'i HAND EMBROIDERED BLOUSES, SHIRTS &
JACKETS 0 HAND CRAFTED TILES, WALL ~
PLATES. & VASES t0 HAND MADE COPPER,0
BRASS & ALABASTER WORK s ANTIQUE
O GUNS & DAGGARS
--Reasonable Prices-
Open Daily 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
rs; 215 E. Liberty-Ann Arbor
761-5554r
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KEN PINK...................Staff
STUART HOLLANDER............ .. Staff
KAREN XASUAUSKRI .................Staff
PAULINE' LUBENS ....... ... .......... Staf
ALLISON RUTTAN....... ........ .Staff
Business Staff
MARC SANCRAINT
Business UMAnger

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DAILY CLASSIFIEDS
BRING QUICK RESULTS

LINDA ROSS .. ..... .............. .Operations Manage?
AMY KAVENGISER... ............Advertisbng Uait*#
SUE DeSMET..... ................ Pinance Manager
DEBBY NOVESS ......... .... .. ......... Sales Manager
DEPT. MORS.: Laurie Gross, Ellen Jon~es, Lisa *%6fleltT
ASSOC. MGRS.: Rob Cerra, Karen Copeland, Niles Pleisclter
Kathy Keller
ASST. MGRS.: Janice Glinisty, Liz Kurnetz, Rosan a Lat-
pinski, Beth Phillips, Nancy Ross, Dave iSchiwat5
SALESPNOPLE: Miko Binger, Susan Goldstick. EUilII Hire,
Bill Koopmen, Steve LeMire, Andi Takushav

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