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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I hursdoy, September 6, 1973

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Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1 hursday, September 6, 1973

Wvelcome
Freshmen
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About

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Daily

Supplement...

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This Daily supplement is published as a service to
incoming students, especially freshpersons, designed to
acquaint them with the "Big U" and the city of Ann
Arbor. Although some of the articles are purely infor-
mational, we hope you'll find many of them interesting
reading as well. The features, such as the stories about
ghost tales and the city's "porn scene," are just a sample
of what you may find in The Daily this fall.
Working through the spring and early summer
months, we have attempted to put together a sort of
"survival kit" issue. Best of luck in coping with Uni-
versity life.
-THE SUPPLEMENT STAFF

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UNIVERSITY of MCHIGAN
and the
CITY o ANN AKRBOR
We invite you to come
downtown and shop in our
epartment store.
WE THINK YOU'LL LIKE WHAT YOU SEE...
306-10 South Main Street Ann Arbor
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CO-EDITORS: Diane Levick, Eric Schoch
ADVERTISING DIRECTOR: David Burleson
SPORTS CO-EDITORS: Chuck Bloom, Dan Borus
INSIDE PHOTOS BY: Randy Edmonds, Ken Fink, Denny
Gainer, Tom Gottlieb, David Margolick, Terry Mc-
Carthy, Rolfe Tessem

The infamous Supplement co-editors

ANDNOW
A WORD
FROM OUR
WvertisiuigeaetAbuled " P3
for the pullia good

cover photos
STUDENT LIFE: Terry McCarthy
SPORTS: David Margolick
COMMUNIITY: David Margolick, Terry McCarthy
CULTURE: Terry McCarthy
ACADEMICS: Terry McCarthy

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Vol. LXXXIII!, No. 1
Thursday, September 6, 1973
is edited and managed by students at the University of
Michigan. News phone 764-0562. Second class postage
paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106. Published daily
Tuesday through Sunday morning during the University
y e a r at 420 Maynard Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan
48104. Subscription rates: $10 by carrier (c a m p u s
area) ; $11 local mail (Michigan and Ohio) ; $13 non-
local mail (other states and foreign).
Summer session published Tuesday through. Satur-
day morning. Subscription rates: $5.50 by carrier (cam-
pus area); $6.50 local mail (Michigan and Ohio); $7.00
non-local mail (other states and foreign).

Editorial Staff
CHRISTOPHER PARKS and EUGENE ROBINSON
Co-Editors in Chief
ROBERT BARKIN................Feature Editor
DIANE LEVICK...............Associate Arts Editor
DAVID MARGOLICK..........Chief Photographer
MARTIN PORTER...............Magazine Editor
KATHY RICKE . ...... ........... Editorial Director
ERIC SCHOCH .....:..............Editorial Director
GLORIA SMITH..... ................Arts Editor
CHARLES STEIN .......................City Editor
TED STEIN .........................Executive Editor
MARTIN STERN ....................Editorial Director
ED SUROVELL ........................ Books Editor
ROLFE TESSEM......,............Picture Editor
Business Staff
BILL BLACKFORD
Business Manager
RAY CATALINO..............Operations Manager
DAVE LAWSON ............... Advertising Maniager
SANDY FIENBERG............... Finance Manager
SHERRY KASTLE. Circulation Director
JIM DYKEMA .........Sales & Promotions Manager
DEPT. MGRS.-Caryn Miller, Elliot Legow, Patti Wil-
kinson
ASSOC. MGRS.-Joan Ades, Linda Coleman, Linda
Cycowski, Steve LeMire, Sandy Wronski
ASST, MGRS.-Chantal Bancilhon, Roland Binker,
Linda Ross, Mark Sancrainte, Ned Steig, Debbie
Weglarz
STAFF-Ross Shugan, Martha Walker
SALESPEOPLE-Deva Burleson, Mike Treblin, Bob
Fisher, Debbie Whiting, Alexandra Paul, Eric
Phillips, Diane Carnevale
Photography Staff
DAVID MARGOLICK........... Chief Photographer
ROLFE TESSEM .................... Picture Editor
KEN FINK .. .. ...........,..... Staff Photographer
THOMAS GOTTLIEB........... Staff Photographer
STUART HOLLANDER,............ StaffPhotographer
STEVE KAGAN ..................:Staff Photographer
KAREN KASMAUSKI ............ Staff Photographer
JOHN UPTON ................... Staff Photographe"
Sports Staff
DAN BORUS
Sports Editor
FRANK LONGO
Managing Sports Editor
BOB McGINN ......,........Executive Sports Editor
CHUCK BLOOM ..............Associate Sports Editor
JOEL GREER...............Associate Sports Editor
RICH STUCK .............. Contributing Sports Editor
BOB HEUER...............Contributing Sports Editor
NIGHT EDITORS: Jim Ecker, Marc Feldman, George
Hastings, Marcia Merker. Mark Ronan, Roger Ros-
siter, Theresa Swedo, Robin Wagner.
STAFF: Barry Argenbright, Jeff Chown, Clarke Cogs-
dill, Brian Deming, Leba Hertz, John Kahler,
Mike Lisull. Mike Pritula, Bob Simon.

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Ann Arbor, Michigan
Once you've
visited the new Marriott Inn/Win Schuler's,
rest assured, you'll return!
Dine...
in the incomparable Win Schuler's
Restaurant, where a crackling fireplace adds
to the warmth and charm of the
Olde English atmosphere.

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Enjoy...
entertainment nightly in the Black Jack
Tavern where good company and stout cock-
tails combine to make your evening complete.
Sleep
on that famous seven foot Marriott bed
in one of our luxurious, climate controlled
rooms. Color television and AM/FM radio, too.

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MICHIGAN'S MOST
COMPLETE BOOKSTORE
" OVER 40,000 TITLES IN STOCK: current and
1241 backstock.
* Reference, Art, Literature, Chess, History, Phi-
R ' losophy and' Psychology are our strong points.
" ALWAYS A SALE ON!
at
316 South State-668-7652
OPEN TILL 10P.M.
High Fashion Imported Clothing f6; Men
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Relax...
in our year round indoor/
outdoor swimming pool, sauna
bath, and Jacuzzi whirlpool.
Meet...
meeting and banquet rooms
are designed to insure your
crniYn ncf 17-op-,fulPve

FROM FLIN ,
AND NORTH Ao

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Escape...
from everything right where
everything is. Enjoy a
Marriott Inn/Win Schuler's
Escape Weekend soon.
Only $44.95 per couple
per day, plus tax and that
includes your deluxe room and
$25.00 worth of Marriott Money
to spend for dining, beverages

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