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2 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, September 13, 1993

CROWDS
Continued from page 1
sity Avenue area, although police also
stopped drinkers on State Street and
Washtenaw Avenue.
Although no exact figures were
available,-Sheikh said there were"not
manymore"arrests this weekend than
on any other.
Employees at bars on South Uni-
versity Avenue said their establish-
ments were busy over the weekend.
It was business as usual at Good
Time Charley's, and things were
"smooth as silk," said a bartender at
O'Sullivan's Eatery & Pub.
Ashley's on State Street reported
that Notre Dame fans threw a few
glasses around in celebration of their
victory, but no one was seriously
injured.
The University Department of
Public Safety (DPS) also had few
problems related to the big game.
"It was a pretty average week-
end,"DPS Sgt. RobertNeumann said.

FANS
Continued from page 1
that Ann Arbor is a wonderful place
to be.
"Notre Dame and Michigan fans
respected each other. And its great to
be able to walk around here without
having to worry about safety, which
we always worry about in South
Bend," Sabin said.
'We all fell in love with the cam-
pus and Ann Arbor," added Jeffrey
Belle, an ND senior. " In fact, when
we have away games, we're thinking
about following Michigan's home
schedule."
As they packed their cars for the
caravan back to Indiana, ND stu-
dents agreed that this weekend will
definitely go down in therecord books
as one of their favorite road trip expe-
riences.
"I wish I could come back next
weekend, but I have to stay home for
our victory celebration againstMS U,"
Hermanson said.

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Department of Recreational
Sports
INTRAMURA L
SPORTS PROGRAM

A group of friends talks at yesterday's Black Student Union picnic. The group organized the event to welcome firstyear students to campus and introduce them to the BSU.

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Soccer Softball
Flag Football

Ice Hockey
Basketball

BSU
Continued from page 1
programs, tutoring, reading groups and
other programs in the community.
For one of this year's majorprojects,

the BSU is planning a series of panel
discussions regarding the Black Action
Movement (BAM) - student protests
against University policy and practice
considered discriminatory to students
of color.
These discussions will take place in

September, OctoberandNovember, said
BSU Secretary and School of Educa-
tion junior Devan Archer.
Smith said there has been a union of
Black students at the University as long
as they have been on campus, however
the official union was formed in 1970 as

a resultof BAM I.
. BSUmemberDafinahBlacksher,
an LSA senior, said the union is "a
place to come for comfort, support,
and motivation."
BSU's first meeting will be held
at Trotter House, Sept. 15 at 7 p.m.

" Training Clinics conducted prier
to each sport beginning.
For Additional Information Contact IMSB 763-3562

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COMPUTING
Continued from page 1
get a chance to use the computer, and
ittakesabouthalfanhour to get on the
computer," said Kevin Wu, an LSA
junior.
Philip Lee, a first-year School of
Art student, said, "There are not
enough computers, there's room for
improvement. Not enough students
know about MTS and e-mail."
The UNYN Computing Center is
temporarily closed due to construc-
tion for the relocated ITD Accounts
Office. The ITD Accounts Office,
formerly housed in the Argus Build-
ing, provides accounts mainly for
teaching assistants and faculty.

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The following are facts and figures
about the University's computing
sites:
There are fourteen Campus
Computing Sites coordinated by ITD
totaling more than 1,300
computers.
There are about 20,000
computers at the University.
Nearly 7 million people read
electronic mail daily through the
Internet, the largest interconnected
group of networks in the world.

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