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MARXIST, RADICAL RIGHT, liber-
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WRITERS-Take classes with Grace
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RESERVE an appointment and learn
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THE DISTINCTION of being South
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and work to maintain the Arb's
"We start out in the winter
time," Jaeger says. "I take
many tours of the Arboretum to
see what needs pruning, what
needs trimming, what was dam-
aged and what we "can do the
following spring to open up an
area that has been taken over
by undesirable plant life."
"We take into consideration.
all the trees. We have a com-
plete list of what has been plant-
ed over the years. We are trying
to keep a list of what has been
destroyed from storm damage
and human damage."
OVER 70,000 people visit the
Arb each year. With that num-
ber wandering through, human
damage is inevitable. However
most damage io done by people
sledding and coasting down the
hills in winter.
"We lost approximately $1,000
worth of trees this year that
were hit and run over by tobag-
gans. These trees are lost, ab-
solutely lost," Jaeger complains.
The replacement of these dam-
aged trees is expensive and time
consuming. A great deal of care
Every Thursday, Friday
and Saturday 8-10 P.M.
GONG SHOW WEDNESDAYS
327 E. MICHIGAN
Arb's natural charm
Students discover a ,summer
must be taken to locate the
seedlings where they will have
the best chance of survival and
still enhance the Arb.
"A LOT OF people think we
just stick a tree in the ground,"
Jaeger explains. "Well that
can't happen because some trees
can't take heavy soil and some
can't take sandy soil. We take
the tree and try to place it with
its own kind. This way we don't
have a bunch of everything
growing all over and then we got
nothing," Jaeger adds.
Jaeger believes most of the
people that visit the Arb are
decent people who come for
peace and quiet, a simple picnic
or to kick up their heels and
roll in the grass. Of the 70,000
visitors Jaeger says he talks to
50,000 and most express appre-
ciation for the Arb.
Jaeger adds that because the
Arb is such a romantic place
with its hidden groves, soft
grass and starry nights visitors
sometimes unexpectedly stum-
ble onto interesting "biology
Bill Mazeroski hit 11 National
League home runs for Pitts-
burgh in 1960. His 12th homer
that year won the World Series
for the Pirates.
Frank Verdi will manage
Tidewater, Va., number one
farm team of the New York
Mets in the International
League in 1977.
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