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&I4 WELS LUTHERANdIIru os
C.AMPUS M~INISTRY * anerur Hus
*University ofMchgn Episcopal Student Foundation
of Micigan.The Episcopal Church at the University o Michigan
*Campus Church* 0; J 218 N. Division (at Catherine)
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH Sunday Schedule
1360PauineBoulvar An Arbr, I 4103December 10 5 p.m. - Holy Eucharist at St. Andrews
1360PauineBoulvar An Arbr, 41036 p.m. - Supper
(Christmas Eve Services December 24: 7 p.m. - Advent Hymn Sing & House
*Children's Service 10:00 A. M. Decorating
" Candelight Service 7:30 P.M. December 17: 5 p.m. - Holy Eucharist at St. Andrews
Christmas Day Service. December 25:li6 p .m. -Su pper
/5.77 p.m. -Advent Party
" Song Service 10:00 A.M.WThRe.VriiPecchDCapin6-06
(Transportation provided, call 662-0663) Thfe.VriiaPaok hChpan6500
Bob Hoepner, Campus Pastor
The First Presbyterian Church of A~nn A.9rbor First United UNIVERSITY
Presents Methodist Church REFORMED
THE BOAR'S HEAD &1C YULE LOCH Sunday Services, Dec. 24 CHURCH
FESTIVAL AND FEAST 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. at 1001 E. Huron at Fletcher
CONDUCTED BY DONALD BRYANT7 7:00 pm. - Family Christmas Welcomes
a fully staged program of traditional Christmas music 11:00 p.m. - Candlelighting both students & faculty
and pagentry, with orchestra, followed by a feast on: Services to
SUN., DEC. 10 and WED., DEC. 13 at 6 P.M. Sunday Community
Tickets: Festival only-adults $5; youth $1 120 South Worship at 10:30
Festival and Feast-adults $13; youth $4 ,r State Street and...
Feast on Sunday sold out. (corer of state Pre*Exam *Cram *Luncheon
ru and Huron) 12 noon, Sunday, Dec. 10th
Ticket order forms available at church office, 1432 Washtenaw 662-4536
weekdays 9-5; Sunday 9 a.m.-12 p.m. No phone orders taken. 71 Questions. .. 662-3 154 a.m.s
t~rot (iTongvrgtlon~i~at (urcl 4 !3'rst 5%nptit Ulpr
Come ofStat & illam An Abor Miciga OL502 E. Huron St. (between State and Division)
Advent Music Series
Wednesdays, December 13 & 20 -12:15-12:45 p.m. ADVENT SERVICES
Worship Services - Sundays at 10:30 a.m. A Sundays at 9:55 a.m.
FauigDecember 10 - The Chancel Choir directed by Willis PattersonCHIT A EV
December 17 - "He's the Messiah, King Herod" - ChurchCH IT A EV
School SERVICES
Christmas Eve Day at 7:30 p.m.
Worship Service - Rev. Terry N. Smith Preaching - 10:30 a.m. '"Aspca welcome to students!
Family Candlelight Service - 7:30 p.m.spca
Communion Candlelight Service 11:30 p.m. 663-9376
{ ANN ARBOR'S
Universit' Lutheran Cha el CUC FCRS
(and Student Center) C U C FC RS
the of ommuity ince(Followers of Jesus Christ using the Bible
Serving teU fMComntSic 1942 / as our only guide and authority)
CHRISTMAS SERVICE Invites YOU to worship with us
Sunday, December 10--10:30 a.m. SUNDAY ..930 AM, 600 PM 530 W. Stadium Blvd.
CANDLELIGHT LESSONS & CAROLS WEDNESDAY .. 700 PM Phone 662-2756
Wednesday, December 13 -9:00 p.m. * Turn to he Bbe
A BLESSED CHRISTMAS! Lve EeySunday,)
* *W. Stadium
Pastor Ed Kraus 151 astea You CAN prove that God extss, Poneecr Hig Course
663-5560 (Between S. University & Hill)anthtJssCrtsHsS!
Handicap Accessible TRANSPORTA TION INFO 662- 9928

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WEEKEND/ JULIE HOLLMAN

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Leedy Whitcliffe, president of the North Central Property
Owner's Association.

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The students are competing with the lower income
people. The University didn't build more housing
along with the increase in the student body.'
-Long-time Ann Arbor resident Eppie Potts

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tle hopes of going beyond where
they were in their lives. They were
satisfied but they were not really
satisfied. My wife and I made a
commitment to ourselves that if we
stayed here, we were going to try to
change this community."
The former mayor criticized many
of the affluent Blacks who are con-
cerned only with their own success
for not becoming involved in the
problems of the city's poorer Blacks.
"There are a lot of myopic Blacks
in the community who don't have
time or who think that since every-
thing is all right for them, it is all
right for everyone," he said. "They
are concerned with going to basket-
ball and football games and to their
social engagements."
Wheeler also criticized the Uni-
versity for failing to meet its com-
mitment to hiring more Black fac-
ulty. The Black faculty the Univer-
sity does hire are not aggressive and
are easily intimidated, he charged.
"They hire who they want and
wher they 'hire them, they hand-

string them," Wheeler said. " I want
this community to be as much for,
me as for anyone else."

" UV-A Safe 9

No Burning

he future of Ann Arbor is
anyone's guess. Though*
recent events like the*
yearly Diag "Hash Bash"
and the Homeless Action Committee
(HAC) takeover of city council
might portend a more activist future
for the city and the campus, Repub-
lican victories on city council show
that any liberal battle will be uphill.
Mayor Jernigan, a Republican, is
launching an effort to rescind the
city's legendary $5 pot law, one of
the more visible manifestations of
the Ann Arbor of 20 years ago.
Meanwhile, HAC is trying to pre-
vent the city from tearing down a
house on South Ashley Street and
building a parking lot. The success
or failure of these campaigns might
give an indication of how a conser-
vative city will deal with its liberal
past.

LOOKING GOOD WAS NEVER SO EASY!

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