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May 06, 1992 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily Summer Weekly, 1992-05-06

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2 -The Miigan Daly &Smmr Weekly - Wednesday May 6,1992
Kempf House
a ", ~ Centering s program around the large manolia tree n
spth r ingwtan gdnp yuyard, the Kempf House for Local Hstory wel
Events included a hou tor, queston ad answer
priod with MasrGrdenerDoug Vok an adareading
lit by author David Willims.
In his recently published bok, The Doctors Moue
Willimsliik two of Ann hro's historic Iandmrk 0
Kempf Houead Cobblestone Frm.
Originally built in 1853 for Henry Bennett, the house
Ar becae the home of Reuben ad Pauline Kempf. Since
983, the house has benowned ad maintained by the City
of Ann Arbor, with the purpose of promoting Victorian
* themes and historic Ann Arbor lifestyles.
Y 4, Antiques adorn Kempf House in period room displays.
I "When the Kempfs died, their children wanted to see the
r ~hou kept in good condition," said Zatha Brns, a volun-
a ., teer.
_ " -' se mpf House volunteers consider it more than a mu-
.,. seum,as the House is visited by students and others curious
'hores r und USHRJ~aly aoutAnn Arbor's past.
Brin rou d th dan ing"It is important for children to have knowledge about
Dave Kelley and Susan Connors relax in the infield of Churchill Downs at the Kentucky Derby Saturday afternoon. After losing five local history. The Kempf House can help provide that
races in a row their only comment was The track's making a lot of money from us education," said ane Schwertfeger, avolunteer coordinator.
GRADUATION Wha itmeans to excel"he said."There
"A MAJOR FANTASY SAGA..."Cnnudfo page1 question, 'Why are we satisfied with
-qhi ago T ibunecountrys educational, social, and po- the way we are?"'"
-C ia o T iu elitical problems rest unsolved. Vest closed by invoking Rodney
Headd rges nepeneto King's plea' "People, can w all get
developing n humanc capabilesities and along? In short, choose to serve your
ideas. "This nation mus regain its will fellow men and women as well as your-
KI N GS of the BROKEN WHEEL to excel. In fac, many don't even know self."
Written by Wendy & Richard Pini, PROTEST (with ouractics),wehaven't hadany-
ilutae y W n y Pini thing that comes in the ballpark of the
ilusrte b en yConinued from page 1 King incident," he said.
The march continued to the police The proestdrewpeople from cross-
The utimate adventure department and Federal Building. racial backgrounds.
begins with the ultimate betrayal' Staff Sergeant MarkHoorstrawas "In this crowd there are Blcks, *
The Wof rid ers--th at hardy, forest blocking the street in front of the Fed- whites ... and everything. Across the
dwelling band of elves--have been ct}_mrl Building. board, people rcognize the deision
scattered n redfo red before, paretnt from child 'The entire sitution has been a wasjustbull," saidUniversity alumnus
adfedfofe ndeutnver hldlke 7 black mark to the eyes of the police Cornelius Harris, who march in the
this. Stranded in a strange newt officers who have done a good job rally.
lan, uttr nd fw tibsmaesthroughout the years," said Ann Abor The demonstration was orgnied
land Cuter ad afew ribemate 44Police Staff Sergeant Mark oomnsr, by an ad hoc committee of members of
must face the horror of seeing their who was blocking the street in front of the Baker Madela Center for Anti-
loved ones stolen from them, not " k x the Fedeal Building. "We have a very Racist Educationthe Homeless Action
over distance, but across endless w stringent use of force policy. Committee, the Homeless Union and
time itsttlfl""Although not everybody ares other grups.
The elves spanned a world,
to find a home. Now they must II ', ;
survive untold centuries before they - V 111 U 1111
can be reunited with uthei r lost kin.
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