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The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 27, 1987 - Page 7

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Facult
By JIM BRAY
Members of the University
faculty, joined by visitors from
Ann Arbor's sister city in
Nicaragua, staged the latest in a
series of protests against U.S.
policy in Central America yesterday
at the Federal Building on Liberty
Street.
"We really want to raise the
conscious of the entire com-
munity," said Natural Resources
Prof. James Burchfield, one of the
organizers of the 13th weekly
protest. The protesters are members

of Faculty for Human Rights in
Central America, an organization of
faculty members.
"The war has effected all levels
of the population. It has caused
damage not only to the comm-
unities, but also to the feelings of
the people," according to Dr.
Marilyn Camillo, Director of the
Juigalpa, Nicaragua Medical Center.
Juigalpa was adopted as Ann
Arbor's sister city in Nicaragua
lasts year, and several Ann Arb-
orites recently visited the city.
"The people of the United States

visitors stage

are being misled with a disin-
formation campaign trying to make
them believe that somehow Nic-
aragua is their enemy," Camillo
said.
THE FACULTY speakers
addressed the economic and social
effects of the U.S. supported war in
Nicaragua.
Sociology Prof. Jeffery Paige
said the violence in Nicaragua has
resulted in economic chaos. "We
need to stop the killing and the
atrocities supported by the United
States," he said.

protest
Biology Prof. John Vandermeer,
commenting on the vote of U.S.
Rep. Carl Pursell (R-Ann Arbor)
against Contra aid, said, "Purcell
made the right vote for the wrong
reason," and stressed the need of aid
for the reconstruction of Nicaragua.
Juigalpa Mayor Candido Val-
lecillo attended the rally, but did not
speak. The rally was followed by a
candlelight vigil.

-U' botanical gardens offer

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b loomintg
By ALYSSA LUSTIGMAN
Where can you stroll through
lush tropical paths, sit by a tranquil
goldfish pond, or wander through
the desert sands? At the Univ-
ersity's Matthaei Botanical Gardens
on North Campus.
Three main houses - tropical,
temperate and desert - make up the
Conservatory. More than 5,000
plants grow there, and some are in
bloom year round. Exotic plants fill
the houses, ranging from coconuts
and Arabian coffee trees to vanilla

foliage year-round

plants, orchards, and cactuses.
Horticulturists rotate plants
weekly in order to vary the exhibit.
"Currently we are rennovating the
soil and changing the plants in the
temperate house so that there will
be a different bed per a geographical
area," said Roger Keller, a hort-
icultural assistant. The main att-
raction in the temperate house right
now is the Easter Lily collection
for spring.
The gardens also boast an
outside exhibit, made up of trails,

rose collections, herb, wildflower,
and rock gardens, a peony collec-
tion, and a grass collection.
ALL PLANTS are grown in
greenhouses, and are also used for
research, classrooms, and for plant
sales. There are also several nature
trails and natural habitats on the
250 acres of the garden's grounds.
"Students can bicycle ride, jog or
walk along our outdoor trails,"
according to Carol Makielski,
promotional coordinator for the
gardens.

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THE
CAMBRIDGE BUSKERS

Program includes:
Paganini, C.P.E. Bach,
Rossini, Dvorak
Tickets: $, 12, 10, 8
Friday, March 27,
at 8:00 pm,
Hill Auditorium

"Outstanding to say the least" New Yorker
Don't miss this light-hearted entertainment
by two irrepressible musicians
Tickets: $8
Sunday, March 29 at 4:00 pm,
Rackham Auditorium

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