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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, August 3, 1971

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, August 3, 1971

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UA C widens services

By P.E. BAUER
University Activities Center
UAC), long reputed to be the
guardian angel of fraternities,
mixers, socials and TG's on cam-
pus has been using the summer to
unburden itself of that old-fa-
shioned image.
Instead, UAC sees itself as an
organization through which all
students can work to schedule
any services they want.
"UAC's responsibility is to pro-
vide interestng activities for the
entire student population," says
UAC President Jeff Kaplan, '73.
"We're here to give students
what they want."
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In line with their ambition to
bring UAC back to the people,
UAC played a key role in ne-
gotiating last week's Ann Arbor
Free Art Festival. The Festivl,
a marketplace for student crafts-
men to display their wares, was
organized by members of UAC
and the Office of Student Organi-
zations and proved to be a treat
success.
In addition to their work
on the art festival, UAC mem-
bers have been trying to keep at-
tuned to the needs of the com-
munity in formulating plans for
next semester's UAC activities.
Using the format of their an-
nual Controversy Series, UAC is
planning to bring to the Univer-
sity Jack Nicholson, actor and
film director; David Harris, hus-
band of Joan Baez now out of
prison on parole after serving a
sentence for evading tha draft;
and Lester Maddox, the ultra-
conservative governor of Geor-
gia.
In addition to these speaker.,
UAC has tentatively scheduled
a series of talks by state legisla-
tors, to explain to students the
position of the state government
on such issues as tuition hikes,
University budget cuts, and the
severe financial troubles of local
school systems.

Another important innovation
in UAC's activity program this
year is the treatment of their con-
cert series. Instead of backing the
traditional series of five or six
concerts per year, UAC is join- X
ing with other student groups, in-
cluding the Office of Student Or-
ganizations, to stage from 18 to
22 concerts.
Because of t h e increased
amount of finances involved in
that coalition, officials are hope-
ful that new and better enter-
tainment will be forthcoming.
Tentatively scheduled for ap-
pearance, among others, is the
"Grateful Dead," and James
Taylor.
Other new ideas include plans
for Spring and Fall Weekends
which may entail a circus on the
Diag along with many other
events.
The Creative Arts Festival
promises to be enlarged this year
to a period of about three or
four weeks in which UAC will
sponsor festivities to provide an
outlet for student talent. Pros-
pects include photo contests,
special music and dance con-
certs, crafts fairs, speakers, and
original drama.
In addition to these new de-
velopments, UAC will continue
See UAC, Page 6

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