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The Michigan Daily - Friday, June 14, 1985 - Page 9
'U' draws many local graduates
(Continued from Page 1)
faces and sights is a fringe benefit for 'It'S going to be scary - (the University) is so
many incoming Ann Arbor natives.
Park, Guenzel, and Hartsig have no big - but I'm excited. - Debbie Hartsig
qualms about living near home, par-
tly because all three are living on Pioneer High School graduate
campus.
"My mother wouldn't let me live at said "I don't know if I'll be missing change in plans. He is especially
home," said Guenzel, the daughter of anything by living alone, but for the pleased that the University has
enthusiastic University alumni. "She most part - for studying - I think distribution requirements because, he
being by myself will be the best said, "They give students a certain
didn't want me to miss out on the ex- thing." amount of leeway so they're not stuck
perience of (campus life)." Park said he hopes to study with, say, a bio-chemistry major if
Park, who said he will rent an apar- medicine after he graduates from the they decide not to go to medical
tment near the Law Quad next year, University, but he isn't ruling out a school."
Gandhi urges world co-existence
WASHINGTON (UPI) - Indian similar joint session of Congress 36 existence. "We are opposed to the
Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi told years ago, called for greater efforts to polariztion of the world into rival
Congress yesterday his non-aligned achieve arms control and renewed in- military blocs," he said.
nation opposes "polarization of the ternational economic cooperation. India and other non-aligned nations
world into rival military blocs" and HE SAID world prosperity "above "are concerned about any new
called for independence in Soviet- all requires world peace," but peace dimensions to the arms race," Gandhi
occupied Afghanistan. today "is far too fragile." said, "hence our deep reservation
Gandhi, whose grandfather, Gandhi stressed the principles of about the militarization of outer
Jawaharlal Nehru, addressed a non-alignment and peaceful co- space."
HE SAID India is "apprehensive"
about the establishment of military
bases around the world and cited the
"militarization of the Indian O:ean"
CRIME PREVENTION TIPS as a development that directly affects
hisnation.
Gandhi called for a political set-
tlement in Afghanistan that will en-
sure "sovereignty, integrity, in-
dependence and non-aligned status,"
and allow Afghan refugees to return
to their homes "in safety and honor."
He cited an "urgent" need for
greater international economic
,rcooperation, saying the United States
had played a leading role in the past,
but "recent yesrs have seen a sad
erosion in this commitment."
b"Congressional assstsnce is drying
up at a time when it is needed most.
Trade barriers are going up. The
- ,\alivelihood of millions in the
D-developing countries is in jeopardy,"
entGandhi said in an apparent call for
r . ;..:::.......:..< .. ... ..:Thv_.r..y. ;.:.m ore U.S. participation in
Crime Prevention Tips appear every Friday courtesy of campus multilateral economic development
sassistance for Third World countries.

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Doily Photo by DARRIAN SMITH
Get a clue
Detroit's own jazz guitarist extraordinaire Earl Klugh and Friends ap-
pear Saturday night as part of the Meadowbrook Music Festival. Klugh is
hitting the concert scene in support of his new album, 'Soda Fountain
Shuffle,' though it is already one of the hottest jazz albums on the charts.
Klugh's brand of soft, relaxing jazz and Meadowbrook's open-air setting
should make for a cool evening under the stars.

- -----~seyuaircor eoeey.

EATS

AND

DRINKS

FORBIDDEN CITY
(3535 Plymouth Rd.; 665-3591;
4905 WashtenawAve.; 434-7978)
Excellent in the ancient tradition of Man-
darin, Sze Chuan, and Hunan specialties.
Attentive service, a full service bar with a
complete wine menu and exotic cocktails.
Open 7 days a week.
PIZZA BOB'S '
(814 S. State St.; 665-4517)
Ann Arbor's best milkshakes,
great subs, and
pizza. We practically invented chipatis!
Pizza pasties. FREE DELIVERY. I1 a.m.-
2 p.m., 4 p.m.-1:30 a.m. EVERY DAY.

TACO BOB'S
(810S. State St.; 996-TACO)
New ideas in Mexican food including:
Salads, Chimichangas, Buritos. Hours: 11
a.m.-2 a.m. Mon.-Sat., Noon-Midnight
Sunday.
LUNCH DELIVERY and
NIGHT DELIVERY
Steve s (342 S. Stae; 662-2663)
Homemade ice cream, hot fudge and whip-
ped cream. Specializes in The Mixin -
cookies, candies, nuts and fruit - skillfully
hlended by hand into your favorite large
Open 12- 12 daily.
p KANA
Fine Korean cuisine - family restaurant
Some hot-spicy Korean foods available.
hours: M-F I 1a.m. - 9p.m.
Sat. 5 p.m. - 10 p.m.
1133 E. Huron, 6290

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