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August 22, 1974 - Image 8

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Page Eight


Thursday, August 22, 1974

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Variations on a theme
Runners jog along a beach in Hawaii recently silhouetted against the sky at sunset. The photographer snapped the picture to catch
the repetition of the design.

to look into
"The Tower's Better Way of Life"
The University Towers is designed with
the comforts of the student in mind. At
Q S i the Towers you don't have the hassel
that many people have experienced with
landlords. You have more time to devote
to studies, and members and activities
- ' of society that interest you. Life is com-
plicated enough, why complicate it more
bv not living here?
' t~ Location-The Towers are ideally lo-
tated being two blocks from West
Individual Leases - Which means you
are responsible for only your por-
tion of the rent. Many times three
or more people will rent a house
together and something always
happens, it might be getting mar-
ried, dropping out of school, or
not having enough money, in any
case the remaining roommates have to find a new roommate or pay a higher rent.
8 Month Lease-You rent the apartment for the time most people are in school, and
you're not stuck trying to find someone to rent it to in the summer.
Maid Service-Once a week a maid comes in to clean the place up. Which consists of
vacuuming, mopping, and dusting.
Maintenance Crews-We have a full staff to correct, and make any necessary repairs.
You can't appreciate this to its fullest extent until you have experienced the hassle
of trying to get a landlord to make needed repairs.
Tight Security-There is a security guard on duty at night, and the front door is always
locked. Visitors can buzz you from the lobby, and you can talk to them and unlock
the door from your room.
Recreation Room-Pool tables, ping pong tables, and snacks.
Pool-Go for a dip in between classes in our heated swimming poo...
Special Rooms-Study room, piano room, laundry room, lounge with a color T.V. We
also show popular movies.
Only $50.00 deposit.
Kitchen-Eat what and when you want to. Students who have lived in the dorm know
what it's like not having breakfast on the day of a big exam, and having thirteen
regulated meals a week. At the Towers you eat what and when you want to.
With all these conveniences it would seem that the Towers would be very expensive to live in.
However this is not the case. Check our prices and what we have to offer with the other
available Ann Arbor housing. Come in and look at the various different apartments we have.
We'll be glad to see you, and you'll be clod you did.
536 South Forest Avenue Phone 313/761-2680

AUSTIN, Tex. UPI - The
254 Counties in Texas vary
widely in size, from tiny 147
square mites of Rockwall Coun-
ty near Dallas to giant 6,208
square mile Brewster County
near Mexico. Brewster is equal
to the combined sizes of Con-
necticut and Rhode Island.

'U' Regent
Paul Brown
to run on
Levin ticket
cratic gubernatorial candidate
Sander Levin has reportedly
chosen University Regent Paul
Brown (D-Petosky) as his run-
ning mate.
First elected to the Board of
Regents in 1970, Brown is a
businessman who heads the
First National Bank in his home
town and is involved in a num-
ber of other enterprises.
The 40-year-old Brown is the
son of the late Prentiss Brown,
a former Michigan congress-
man and a U. S. Senator.
Levin will make a formal an-
nouncement today and recom-
mend Brown's nomination for
lieutenant governor at the par-
ty's state convention this week
end in Grand Rapids.
LSA acting
dean looks
at new job
(Continued from Page 3t
procedures should be standard-
zed college-wide, he continued,
quota, which would place a
limit on the number of tenured
faculty, as "absurd."
An early retirement program,
which some have suggested
would slow down the rising
numbers of tenured staff, "is
not a cure," he declared.
"It would take 15 to 20 years
before it (an early retirement
program) would have much
Frye cites his teaching as his
greatest accomplishment while
at the University and added
modestly, "I've received rea-
sonably good feedback from my
Frye has been awarded both
the University Distinguished
Service Award and the Univer-
sity Outstanding Undergradu-
ate Teaching Award during his
13 years here. He graduated
with a B.S. from Piedmont Col-
lege in 1953 and from Emory
University in 1956 with a PhD.
Frye was appointed to the
Dean's staff in September, 1973,
as an associate dean. He de-
clared he "enjoys" adminis-
trative work, but misses teach-
ing and research. Just recent-
ly he and two other colleagues
applied for a reearch grant.
When asked what led to the
high praise he received from
Rhodes on his administrative
work, Frye blushed and smiled,
"I don't think I could tell you
. . . administrative work is a
mixture of thinking and react-
ing to situations . . one
doesn't know why one is suc-
cessful or one isn't."


It's a spewing smoke-
stack. It's litter in the
streets. It's a river where
fish can't live.
You know what pollu-
tion is.
But not everyone does.
So the next time you see
pollution, don't close your
eyes to it.
Write a letter. Make a
call. Point itoutto someone
who can do something
about it.
start pollution.-
can stop it.
fV Keep America Beautiful
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