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Ong. "If I back up my children, mixed couples. "On a campus like the
k they'll have strong per- University of Michigan, people do just
es, and I think they'll be able what they want to do and are more
le it," he says. tolerant of it," says Betty, a senior
hology Prof. Raphael Ezekiel psychology major who has done
he prejudice against racially research on interracial dating.
couples has its roots deep in But outside Ann Arbor, the climate
an culture. of tolerance dissipates. At the
CISM IN this country is real Canadian border, Mary says, she and
nd relationships between men Todd were forced to wait nearly half
men tap some of'the most pro- an hour, ostensibly because she
bases for these prejudices," didn't have proof of U.S. citizenship.
Ezekiel, who specializes in (She did, however, have a driver's
ty group-majority group license, which is usually accepted.)
ns. "Twenty byears ago it was Customs officials quizzed her on
to intermarry. When I was a American history and where she went
the South,sthey would have to school before allowing the couple to
you if they saw a black and a enter Canada.
walking down the street "IT SEEMED it was because we
r." were a mixed couple," Mary says.
he University, most students Other couples notice that people

couples confront discrinunation
tended to stare at them more frequen- as a person. I don't pay any attention parental acceptance. "The basic proved of Rob as a friend, theyN
tly at places like Briarwood Mall and to if they are white or black," says reason my parents don't want me to alarmed when they learned that
parties where there are fewer studen- Rob, who is black. go out with someone black is not two were seeing each other. C
ts. Initially, Cindy says, she had reser- because they think blacks are bad, but says she thinks that was becuase

were
the
indy
they
An

However, the stares do not bother
most mixed couples because in most
cases of interracial dating, the
couples are blind to their partner's
race. They just see each other as
human beings.
Rob and Cindy, for example, say
race was not a consideration in their
decision to go out. "I look at someone

vations about seeing Rob because of
the taboo against interracial dating,
but those reservations made her feel
guilty. After she and Rob began
dating, "I respected myself a lot
more. I felt I was more human," Cin-
dy says.
Cindy and Rob have encountered
many of the same problems as Todd
and Mary, especially in the area of

because they would not be able to tell
their peers," says Cindy, an LSA
sophomore. "(My father) would not
want to have to deal with heads tur-
ning."
Rob's family is more accepting of
his involvement with Cindy. "If that's
what I want, they'll go along with it,"
he said.
Even though Cindy's parents ap-

tear that the relationship may become
more serious. "They probably saw
something special in him
beforehand," she says.
The names in this story, except
for Raphael Ezekiel, have been
changed to protect the anonymity
of those interviewed.

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764-0557

By MARTIN FRANK
Men were dancing in colored shorts and t-shirts
and women, adorned in Hawaiian print shorts, and
halter tops, took their turn in the spotlight.
But the thermometer outside read eight
degrees. While the bitter Michigan wind raged
outside, the people dancing inside were dressed
for the beach.
Theme parties such as the Nectarine Ballroom's
Beach Party help University students forget
where they are- in both space and time. With a
change of dress and a little imagination, students
joined another epoch at an East Quad Epoch Par-
ty, retreated to the '70s in a South Quad '70s party,
came out of the rain at an Alpha Sigma Phi
Hurricane Party, visited the tropics at a Law
School Tropics Party, and joined the Gilligan's

Island crew in a party by that name.
Stacey Jenkins, a member of Delta Gamma, a
sorority that hosted a beach party at the Nectarine
Ballroom said, "It made you think about the
summer, which in the middle of winter is a nice
thought."
The theme of the party sometimes dictates the
music played and the drinks served, as well as the
party-goers' costumes. At the Hurricane Party,
the drink the "hurricane" was the only beverage
served and everybody wore rain garb.
There is also a pragmatic advantage for hosting
a theme party. Case in point: Alpha Tau Omega's
Boxers and Bow Tie Party. "Boxers and bow ties
were used for convenience. You want to use things
that you have or things that don't cost too much,"

said Pravine Rao, a fraternity member. The party'
was a success-that night the men flaunted their
striped, dotted, and heart-adorned boxer shorts.'
One Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity member said
sponsoring a theme party facilitates advertising.
Bars also cash in on this. The Nectarine Ballroom
has a different theme for each night of the week
featuring music related to the theme.
Monday night is New Music Night at the Nec-
tarine Ballroom, Wednesdays and Thursdays are
reserved for Greek theme parties, Fridays are
Top 40 Night and Sunday is Funk Night:
Mike Bender, one of the managers at the Nec-
tarine Ballroom, said each theme "attracts a dif-
ferent and distinct crowd."

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6 BEDROOM HOME, living room, dining room.
kitchen, 2 baths, furnished, carpeted, fireplace, no
pets.$1290 plus utilities, May to May lease. 663-
5861. cCtc
SUMMER SUBLET-2 bedroom apartment avail-
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people. A/C, parking, laundry, and buzzer system.
Furnished. 663-4178. 9900307
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Live in an ICC co-op. Stop by Rm 4002 in the
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SUBLET - 1 bedroom near diag and CCRB.
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AVAILABLE TODAY: Bedroom in nice house,
close to campus, furnished, $150/month. Call Syl-
via 761-4849. 78C0304
THE FOREST APTS., 610 S. Forest, has Large
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Completely furnished and includes heat, water,
storage, resident manager, and 24 hr. emergency
maint. For more info call 996-3582 or 483-7232.
cCtc.
ARE YOU GOING AWAY Fall '86? I need a sub-
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Please leave message and phone number at 764-
5961. 62C0303
CAMPUS - Two bedroom apartments at 404 N.
Thayer-sun terrace (corner of Lawrence) Start-
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cCtc
*$525 PER MONTH*
MODERN 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS
Campus furnished apartments for fall. Includes
heat,water, parking, washer and dryer, and stor-
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central campus. Campus Management, Inc. 663-
4101. cCtc

AVAILABLE TODAY. ICC co-op. Single room
on North Campus, plus spaces in double rooms
on central campus. $270-$285 per month. Price
includes all food, laundry and parking. Act now,
call Ruste at 668-0011. 50C0304
FALL '86
DIVISION NEAR HURON -. Efficiencies and
1-bedrooms. Restored, historical home, furnished,
utilities included, parking and laundry. Call us
today for an appointment. Will provide
transportation and escort you thru the apart-
ments. MODERN MANAGEMENT. 668-6906 or
663-3641. cCtc
FALL '86
DON'T MISS OUT by waiting to the last minute
to decide. We have rooms 1, 2 & 3 bedroom-
apartments, located in top campus areas.
Geddes near Observatory. Huron near 7th.
Oakland near Arch. Packard near Hill. Walnut
near Geddes. Washington near State. Church
near S. University. Furnished, some with laundry
and parking. Call us today for a tour. Why knock
on doors when we'll provide the transportation.
668-6906 or 663-3641. cCtc
CAMPUS BEST
320 E. Madison, 1 block from Michigan Union, 2
bedroom apartments. Reduced rent.
FREE HEAT
Call office 665-2194 or 971-1712.
ncCtc
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secured building. ZWAS REALTY 769-6478.
cCtc
CAMPUS: FALL - Now taking applications for
2 bedroom apartments. CALL ZWAS REALTY
769-6478. cCtc
CAMPUS FALL RENTALS 1986
Whether you need an efficiency apartment or
an entire house, your needs can be met simply
by calling us.
SPEARS WOLTERSOM
612 Church St.
663-3050
Apartments shown by appointment only.
cC0423
NEXT TO CCRB. Washtenaw and Geddes. Effic-
iency, 2 bedroom Apt. Full bath, kitchen, free
laundry, parking. Great location! Available Sept.
1, Call Dennis 769-8166: After 5 p.m. 434-1260.
81C0303
FALL '86
ASHLEY NEAR MAIN - 3-bedroom house,
furnished, carpet, drapes, parking. Call us today
for an appointment. Will provide transportation
and escort you thru the house. MODERN
MANAGEMENT. 668-6906 or 663-3641. cCtc
FALL '86
LIBERTY NEAR 4th STREET and MADISON
NEAR 7th - Efficiencies 1 & 2 bedroom
apartments. Furnished, carpets, drapes, parking.
Call us today for an appointment. Will provide
transportation and escort you thru the
apartments. MODERN MANAGEMENT. 668C906
or 663-3641. ectc

STUDENT SERVICES
STANLEY KAPLAN Educational Center has
classes to prepare for the June LSAT exam be-
ginning in March and April. Call 662-3149. cG0307
QUALITY TYPING SERVICES: Fast, accurate,
professional. Reasonable rates. Call Karen
662-0913. cG0423
RESUMES - written - also word processed or
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ACCURACY INK
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RESEARCH VOLUNTEERS. Warner-Lambert/
Parke-Davis Pharmaceutical Research Division,
Community Research Clinic is seeking healthy
male volunteers, 18-55 years of age to participate
as subjects in medication research studies. Mone-
tary compensation is provided to research volun-
teers. For further information call Mrs. S. Moran,
R.N., Research Volunteer Coordinator. (8 a.m. -
4 p.m.) 996-7051. 86H0314
BUSINESS SERVICES
AUDIO PA AND DISCO systems. Electronic and
computer repair. T shirts, posters, and mass
quantities of sheet music. For the first name in
music equipment, see ANN ARBOR MUSIC
MART. (313) 764-4980. cJ0423
LETTER-PERFECT quality typing. Fast,
accurate, reliable. FREE campus pick-up and
delivery. 995-0325. 98J0307
RESUMES JUST $11.50. Laser typeset quality.
GENERIC Word Processing Service - 662-1068.
cJo423
"YOU can turn an INTERVIEW into a JOB."
CALL - Video Interviewing, Inc. - 968-5431.
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computer repair. T shirts, posters, and mass
quantities of sheet music. For the first name
in music equipment, see ANN ARBOR MUSIC
MART. (313)764-4980. cJ0423
THE RESEARCHERS - Research and informa-
tion service provided. Call 487-4909. 62J0303
THE LETTER WRITER - Resumes; creative/
letter writing; secretarial services; student rates
on typing. 455-8892. cJtc
A-1 TYPING - On campus. Professional. Rush
service available. 668-8898. cJ0423
WRITE ON...
Editorial and Typing Service
Freelance Writing
996-0566
cJ0423
TYPING SERVICES - $2 per page - Letter
Quality 663-1871. cJ0423
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TYPING - ALL KINDS - Fast, efficient service.
Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592. cJtc
FREE RESUME
w/20-pg. paper or 20 coverletters EXECU-TOPS
Word Processing. 663-7158. cJtc

SPRING BREAK '86 - Nassau, Bahamas, $409.
March 22-29. COMPLETE TRAVEL. 761-6500.
cKtc
Europe
Book Europe early. Save $50. Great
Places Travel Consultants, U of M Union
Mall. Call 994-4777.
cKtc
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AUSTIN DIAMOND
For 26 Years - Diamonds At Wholesale
Expert Repairs & Fine Jewelry
Engagement & Wedding Rings Our Specialty
Mon.- Sat. Days & Eves
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ACROSS
1 The sound of
laughter
5 Impatience
10 - monster
14 Climax
ยง15 - head (poor
sport)
16 Caesar's
nemesis
17 Brook
18 German indus-
trial city
19 Courageous act
20 "It's only a -"
22 Office pool
23 Levantine ketch
'24 Floor or wall
covering
26 Certain missile:
Abbr.
29 Dolphin genus
31 Gnawing
creature
"35 Pretend
37 Part of TAE
39 Partner of
"roger"
40 Earth goddess
41 Gertrude
42 Saint Philip
(1515-95)
43 Name for a
Norwegian
44 Afternoon
functions
45 Elan
46 Tuck in
48 Aqua -
50 Name in Mass.
politics
51 Yesterday's
roast, today
53 Tops
55 Greek mountain
58 Once in -
63 Start a steak
64 Dark
65 Part of HOMES

2 Samoan
seaport
3 Assist
4 Parts of
wheels
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Var.
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7 Average
8 16th cen.
council site
9 Poetic time
10 Person with
talent
11 Parisian
thought
12 Sprat's diet
13 Concerning
21 Weather word
22 Road sign
25 Caspian Sea
country
26 Burn's "sweet"
river
27 "- Street
Blues"
28 Czech land
measures
30 "- in the
dark"
11 2 T-14

32 --Lloyd of
tennis
33 Boldness
34 Essayed
36 Don't look this in
the mouth
38 Envision,
London style
41 Fr. holy women
45 Roof adjunct
47 Vegas or
Palmas
49 Scheduled

52 Asian capital
54 Board or wheel
55 Under sail
56 Blue shade
57 Aesop creature
59 Make hazy
60 Coins of old
England
61 Seine feeder
62 No way,
poetically
64 German city on
the Danube

COUNSELORS: Camp Wayne, "A nice people
place," northeastern Pennsylvania 6/22-8/22. On
campus interviews March 5th, 1-6 p.m. Michigan
Union. For application write: 12 Allevard St.,
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clude your phone number. 04H0304
30 SUMMER JOBS AVAILABLE - resort near
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addressed, stamped envelope to: Mary C. Ott,
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MI 49090. (616) 637-4796. 02H0314
NORTHERN Michigan Children's Summer Camp
has openings for general counselors with back-
grounds in: Tennis, Swim instruction, Art, Sail-
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Schulman, 2471 Ogden, Orchard LK, MI 48033.
75H0310
COUNSELORS. - ASSOCIATION OF INDE-
PENDENT CAMPS seeks qualified counselors for
75 residential children's private camps in North-
east July and August. Contact: 60 Madison Ave.,
Suite 1012 New York, N.Y. 10010 (212) 679-3230.
86H0305
SUMMER JOBS IN ALASKA. Good Money. Many
opportunities! Employer listings, 1986 Summer
Employment Guide. $5.95 Alasco, Box 30752.
Seattle, WA 98103. 88H0312
TELEMARKETING EXPERTS WANTED. Ex-
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ics, Nutrition, Dietetics, 20+. 7 weeks, CAMP
CAMELOT ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES at Mass-
achusetts, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Califor-
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Hewlett Dr., North Woodmere, NY 11581, 800-421-
4321. cH0423

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TDK SA-90 for $2.00 each. TDK D-90 80t each.
Call Ron 451-7109. 10N0305
LESSONS - Special Pay for 4, take 5. Best
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AT A LE S LA T A S IS
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3/3/86

NOW LEASING FOR FALL'86
Listings now available for efficiencies, and one I
three bedroom apts. Pick up listings in our offic
CAMPUS RENTALS, LTD.
1335 S. University
(Corner of Washtenaw)
"Across from the Mudbowl"
665-8825
M-F 8:45-5:15
Sat. 12:00-4:00
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UNIVERSITY
TOWERS
FURNISHED APARTMENTS
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CAMP COUNSELORS and program staff for
Camp Courageous, a residential summer camp
_c for people with mental retardation, located near
Toledo, Ohio. Call/write: Camp Courageous,
1 Stranahan Square, Suite 532, Toledo, OH 43604,
(419) 242-4412. 97H0306
CAMP COUNSELORS - Directors of 5 summer
camps on campus Wednesday interviewing for
staff positions in athletics, aquatics, tripping,
dramatics. See "CAMPS ARE US" at Summer
Jobs Fair or call, in Baltimore, (301) 484-2233
for application. cH0305
FEMALE STUDENTS urgently needed for a
Women of Michigan calendar Will be paid.

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Study in peace and quiet - get ear plugs at the
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