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'A & J Travel.............................................General News, p. 13
AATA ................................................................. City, p. 5
AT&T .....................................................General News, p.16
Adrian's..................................................... Perspective, p. 10
Adult Lifestyle .........................................General News, p. 16
Alexandra's .....................................City, Kerrytown Page, p. 3
Angelo's........................................ Arts, Restaurant Page, p. 10
Ann Arborgrt Association...........General News, Art Guide, p. 18
AnAbr Church of Crist. C.ityReiis SrviesPage p.1
Ann Arbor Civic Theatre........................................... Arts, p. 6
Ann Arbor Cyclery ...............................................Sports, p. 4
Ann Arbor Stamp and Coin........................... General News, p. 2
Ann Arbor Toyota .......................General News, Car Page, p. 17
A pple Computers............................................ University, p. 9
A pplebee's ..............................General News, Hiring Page, p. 13
Arcade Barbers ....................................................Sports, p. 3
Argiero's.......................... Arts, Restaurant Page, p. 10; City, p. 7
Art Deco and Design Studio..........General News, Art Guide, p. 18
Arthur Anderson ...................................... General News, p. 19
Ascione Produce ............................... City, Kerrytown Page, p. 3
Ashley's........................................ Arts, Restaurant Page, p. 10
Bandito's ....................................... Arts, Restaurant Page, p. 10
Barclay Gallery...........................General News, Art Guide, p. 18
Barry Bagels ................................................. Perspective, p. 5
Basket Ovations ................................ City, Kerrytown Page, p. 3
The Bead Gallery.............................Perspective, Ear th Page, p. 9
Ben's Cafe..................... General News, North Campus Page, p. 5
Bivouac................................................................ City, p. 8
Blimpy Burger......................................... City, p. 3; Spor ts, p. 5
Blind Pig..................................................,............ Arts, p. 4
Boersma ................................ Perspective, State Street Page, p. 7
Borders Book Shop.................................................. City, p. 3
Bright Ideas.................................................. University, p. 12
Brown Jug ................ General News, South University Page, p. 14
Burger King ..............General News, South University Page, p. 15
The Burro .............................. Perspective, State Street Page, p. 6
Campus Barber .............................................. University, p. 3
Campus Bike & Toy ...,..........................................Sports, p. 9
Campus Chapel..................... City, Religious Services Page, p. 10
Campus Crusade for Christ .....................................Sports, p. 7
Campus Info Centers...................................... University, p. 11
Canterbury House......................................... Perspective, p. 10
Cardinal Cleaners .......................................... University, p. 11
Carl Sterr............................... Perspective, State Street Page, p. 6
Carpenter Brothers.......... General News, North Campus Page, p. 5
Cava Java.................................,...Arts, Restaurant Page, p. 10
Champions..............General News, South University Page, p. 14
Chicago Tribune......................................... General News, p. 7
China Garden.....................................................Sports, p. 8
Christians in Action ...................................... Perspective, p. 2
./Clarion Properties ....................... University, Housing Page, p. 6
*Clothesline ..............................................General News, p. 17
Columbia Cable ..................................................... Arts, p. 5
Community Newscenter .................................. Perspective, p. 5
Commuter Transportation ..........................General News, p. 17
Copi Properties .......................... University, H ousing Page, p. 6
Cornerstone Christian Church..City, Religious Services Page, p. 10
Cottage Inn Carry-out ...........................................Sports, p. 6
Cottage Inn Restaurant..................... Arts, Restaurant Page, p. 10
Council Travel..........General News, South University Page, p. 15;
..............................................,.......................... City, p. 5
Counseling Services ...................................... Perspective, p. 12
Courtney & Lovell......................General News, Art Guide, p. 18
Crazy Wisdom...................................................... City, p. 4
Crown House of Gifts .............. Perspective, State Street Page, p. 6
D.O.C...................................................General News, p. 16
Dascola .............. University, p. 3; Arts, p. 8; City, p. 6; Sports, p. 7
Diamond Head Cafe .........................City, Kerrytown Page, p. 3
Dollar Bill Copying ............................................... Sports, p. 7
Elmo's Supershirts...................Perspective, State Street Page, p. 7
Encore Studio.................................City, Kerrytown Page, p. 3
Eric's Action Sportswear ........... Perspective, State Street Page, p. 6
Evangel Temple Assembly of God..........................................
......................................... City, Religious Services Page, p. 10
Eyeglass Factory .......................................General News, p. 18
*Fantasy Attic ............................University, Main Street Page, p. 4
Faygo .....................................................General News, p. 5
Film & Video Studies ..................................General News, p. 19
First Baptist Church................ City, Religious Services Page, p. 10
*.First Church of Christ Scientist .... City, Religious Services Page, p. 10
First Congregational Church ....City, Religious Services Page, p. 10
First of America............................... University, p.8; Sports, p. 5
First Presbyterian Church......... City, Religious Services Page, p. 10
First United Methodist ............City, Religious Services Page, p. 10
FRim Flam Restaurant & Deli ...............................General News,
............... .....................................North Campus Page, p. 5
Footprints ................General News, South University Page, p. 15;
................................................. Perspective, Ear th Page, p. 9
Fourth Avenue Birkenstock .............. Perspective, Earth Page, p. 9
Gallup Park Canoe Livery ..................................General News,

.....................................................North Campus Page, p. 5
Gold Bond Cleaners................................................ Arts, p. 4
Grace's Select Secondhand................ Perspective, Earth Page, p. 9
Graphic Arts Wholesaler ........... University, Main Street Page, p. 4
Great Lakes Cycling ....................................General News, p. 3
Guild House Student Group ........................... Perspective, p. 12
Gumby's Pizza..................................................... Sports, p. 9
Harry's Army Surplus .............. Perspective, State Street Page, p. 6
Heidelberg .................................... Arts, Restaurant Page, p. 10

King's Keyboard .......................................General News, p. 17
Kinko's Copies ...,.....................................General News, p. 20
Kiwanis Club................................................ Perspective, p. 5
Kroger ...................................................General News, p. 10
Lesbian and Gay Male Program............. University, p. 3; City, p.6
Liberty Street Video................................................ Arts, p. 4
Little Caesar's Pizza...............................................News, p. 9
Lutheran Campus Ministry.....City, Religious Services Page, p. 10
Martha Cok...................Ctp
Medieval & Renaissance Collegium ..............................City, p. 2
Michigan Book and Supply............... Arts, p. 2; Perspective, pp. 4,
.........,...State Street Page, p. 6, & Earth Page, p. 9; Sports, p. 10
The Michigan Guild....................General News, Ar t Guide, p. 18
Michigan National Bank ............ University, Main Street Page, p. 4
Michigan Student Assembly....,.......................... University, p. 3
Michigan Theatre.................................................... Arts, p. 3
Michigan Union Bookstore................................ University, p. 5;
.........,...............,,Perspective, Ear th Page, p. 9; City, p. 7
Moe's Sport Shop..................................................Sports, p. 8
Mr. Stadium......... University, Housing Page, p. 6; Perspective, p. 5
Mrs. Peabody's Cookies Ice Cream & Yogurt ................Arts, p. 3
NBD ........................................................,...........City, p. 8
Nor th Campus Commons Bookstore................. Perspective, p. 11
Office of International Programs.................................. City, p. 2
Office of the Vice Provost for Academic & Multicultural Affairs ..,.
..............,...............................Perspective, p. 11
One On One Athletics.................................General News, p. 6
Origins ....................................General News, Art Guide, p. 18
O'Sullivan's Eatery and Pub............... Arts, Restaurant Page, p. 10
Packard Road Baptist Church .. City, Religious Services Page, p. 10
Pan Hellenic Association ................................ Perspective, p. 12
Park Avenue Deli ...............,.Perspective, State Street Page, p. 6
Par th enon...................................... Arts, Restaurant Page, p. 10
Pizza House.......................,......,............................ Arts, p. 8
Pizza Hut.,............,................................. General News, p. 19
PJ's Records........................................................... Arts, p. 3
Pound House ........................................................City, p. 8
Powerhouse Gym .................................................Sports, p. 3
Prepmaster Review .....................................General News, p. 2
Prime Student Housing................ University, Housing Page, p. 6
Princeton Review......General News, South University Page, p. 14
Putt Putt Golf and Games.......................................... Arts, p. 7
Quizno's Classic Subs....................... Arts, Restaurant Page, p. 10
Raja Rani....................,................ Arts, Restaurant Page, p. 10
Recreational Sports Dept.......................City, p. 8; Sports, p. 8
Regency Travel.....................Perspective, State Street Page, p. 6
SOS Crisis Center..................... General News, Hiring Page, p. 13
Saint Mary's Student Parish ...........................,..Perspective, p. 2;
..............................City, Religious Services Page, p. 10
Salad Days............................. Perspective, State Street Page, p. 7
Schlanderer's Jewelers....................................... General News,
....................................South University Page, p. 14
Schlenker Hard ware................. University, Main Street Page, p. 4
Schoolkids' Records ................................................. Arts, p. 6
Scorekeepers.......................................................... Arts, p. 6
Seventh Day Adventist ............ City, Religious Services Page, p. 10
Sid's Resume Service................................... General News, p. 2
Society Bank .......................................................... City, p. 9
Solid Waste Management ................. Perspective, Ear-th Page, p. 9
Stairway to Heaven ...............Perspective, State Street Page, p. 6
Stamos Travel .................................. City, Kerry town Page, p. 3
State Discount .............................General News, p. 12; City, p. 5
State Street Sports.............................................. Sports, p. I1l
State Theatre ...............................................,..........Arts, p. 5
Stein & Goetz/M-Den on Campus ..........................,..Sports, p. 4
Steve's Lunch............. General News, South University Page, p. 14
Student Book Exchange ............,............................... City, p. 2
Student Loft...........................................General News, p. 16
Student Organization Development Center ................Sports, p. 2
Subway....................General News, South University Page, p. 14
Sze Chuan West ..................................................... City, p. 4
Target....................General News, pp. 6, 7, Hiring Page, p. 13, 18
Terra Bella .......,...................... University, Main Street Page, p. 4
Tios Restaurant ............................... Arts, Restaurant Page, p. 10
Touchdown Cafe ............................. Arts, Restaurant Page, p. 10
Trade Secret,.............................................General News, p. 3
Turner and Associates ................................General News, p. 12
222 State Plaza ...................... Perspective, State Street Page, p. 6
UM Ballroom Dance Club...........................Perspective, p. 2
UM Flyers Club................Sports, p. 5
UM Library...General News, Hiring Page, p. 13; Perspective, p. 11
UM Medical Center Volunteers .........................Perspective, p. 12
UM Musical Society................................................. Arts, p. 7
UM Surplus ................................University, Housing Page, p. 6
UM Waste Management Services...................University, p. 10
UM Water Ski Club......................................... Perspective, p. 5
Ulrich's Book Store .....................................General News, p. 8,
.........South University Page, p. 14; Sports, p. 12; University, p. 7
University Lutheran Chapel....City, Religious Services Page, p. 10
University Productions............................................. Arts, p. 5

University Towers.....General News, South University Page, p. 14
Vale Float Center..................... University, Main Street Page, p. 4
Van Boven Shoes ........................................... Perspective, p. 2
Varsity Ford................................General News, Car Page, p. 17
Varsity Management ..............,..University, Housing Page, p. 6
Village Apothecary......................................... University, p. 11
Village Corner........... General News, South University Pag, p. 15;
.....................................................C ity, p. 6
Webster's Books.............................................General News,

PETER MATTHEWS/Doily
The Maize & Blue solar-powered car team goes ape at the Minnesota Zoo after taking first place in Sunrayce '93. Thirty
four college teams drove the 1,100-mile, seven-day race in June. The University's team is using the $60,000 cash prize to
prepare for November's World Solar challenge in Australia.

WELCOME
Continued from page 1
left off," said Alan Levy, director of
public affairs and information for the
Housing Division. "The idea is that the
entire University should be welcoming
students, notjust the housing division."
Moriarty began organizing the wel-
come week in late April, modeling its
design after successful welcome pro-
grams at colleges such as the University
of California at Berkeley-.
"Many campuses across the country
do welcome weeks for new students.
We personalized it for Michigan so that
it would meet the needs of the Univer-
sity," Moriarty said. "Berkeley is com-
parable because of its size and how (its
welcome week) was organized and pre-

sented."
'Welcome to Michigan '93" began
last Thursday with events including tours
of the Matthaei Botanical Garde-s and
Conservatory, and bus and walking -mrs
for parents. Throughout the week, stu-
dents could attend programs sponsored
by the various academic schools and
colleges. Events concluded yesterday
with a job fair, open houses and semi-
nars on various campus organizations.
The highlight of the week's events
was Tuesday's New Student Convoca-
tion at Hill Auditorium. Students were
greeted by University President James
Duderstadt, Vice President for Student
Affairs Maureen Hartford and student
leaders who talked to students about
how they can achieve success at the
University.
MSA President Craig Greenberg,

one of the speakers, said he felt the
event went well. He stressed the impor-
tance of getting involved in student
organizations.
"The event made a good impression
on people, motivating them to do more
in college than just study or socialize,"
Greenberg said.
University Activities Center Presi-
dent Chris Curtis said he felt events
such as Escapade '93 made the Univer-
sity friendlier. "It welcomes students to
the University and gives them an over-
view of what we can do," he said.
Moriarty said evaluations are being
sent to sponsors and new students to
rate the overall success of the program.
No decision has been made yet whether
or not the University will continue the
program next year, but she hopes to
know within the next two months.

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CAMAG
Continued from page 1
begin for several months in order to
allow both programs to adjust to the
"Part of the reason that I will not be
starting until JIuly is so there will be a
smooth transition - both in the Ath-
letic Department and with the Cam-
paign," he said.
Roberson added that he will not be
levn an loos ends at Campaign
headquarters. "I will be doing mostly
Campaign work for the next few
months."
Roberson said he does not know
who will take over the directorship of
Campaign when he moves on to sportier

'' so mone had told me I
COUld Choose ayjob at
the University to wind
down my career I'd pick
right where I'm gong'
-Joe Robe rson
appointed A thletic Director
things.
"I really can't say who will be taking
over the Campaign for Michigan when
I leave. (Duder-stadt) will be making
that decision, since that person will be
reporting directly to the president."
Duderstadt said that search is still in
the planning stages.
'We will be deciding on a process in
the next several weeks, but I suspect it
will be a national search," he said.
Roberson added that if he must as-
sume his new position before a re place-
ment is found, Roy Muir, the
University's associate vice president for
development, will take over in the in-
terim.
The Campaign is divided into two
sections - gifts and pledges, and trusts
and bequests.
After just one year, in gifts and
pledges the Campaign has raised more
than $420 million. In trusts and be-
quests, the Campaign has raised $77

million of its $150 million goal. In total,
the Campaign has raised $498 million
toward its $1 billion goal.
Roberson said the Campaign for
Michigan is running ahead of schedule
adding that the donations keep coming.
'We're negotiating several signifi-
cant gifts right now," he said. "Those
should mature in the next couple of
months and that should provide us with
a portion of the money we stili need."
Roberson said he is looking forward
to his new position.
"I've been around here for a long
time, and I'm getting to be an old man,"
he said. "If someone had told me l could
choose any job at the University to wind
down my career I'd pick right where
I'm going."
Duderstadt agreed that Roberson is
uniquely suited to the Athletic Director
position.
"My objective was to get a true
educator at the helm of Michigan athlet-
ics, since I have been concerned that thei
intense public pressure has pulled vol-
lege sports farther and farther away
from universities," he said.
"Joe is not only aprovenadministra-
tor, a former professional athlete and a
strong leader, but he also has adoctorate
in education along with extensive expe-
rience as Dean of Students and chancel-
lor of our UM-Flint campus," he said.

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