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May 11, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

….m-mer in the cit: eloe0U By FRED LaBOUR The grass had been cut on the Diag yesterday and people tallied about the University, Ann Arbor and summer. t Grant Fisher was sprawled on the grass. "This is a…

… moeto punis pesen a prtet'byhodngstdet i Lou Solomon mildly disagreed. "I like the trees and the squir- rels. I'm pretty disappointed in the' squirrel turn-out today." "North Campus is great this time of…

… year," he continued. "They oughta put a dome over it in the winter so- it would be warm. Lots of squirrels out there, too." Barbie backed away and said "Oh come on. I don't want to be quoted."t A svelte…

…'s nothing to do in my home town." At the north end of the Diag some high school students were sitting in a circle, playing with a pop bottle and talking. "I kind of dig it in the sum- mer," said Gary. "There…

May 19, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 161) • Page Image 6

… wandering across the Diag. Tickets for the banquet, which is open to the public, may be ob- tained from Art Pears at 2-7077, Prof. Robert D. Brackett, Ext. 570, or from any member of Sigma Rho Tau. Old Eli…

…, of 3315 Mc- Comb Ave., East Ann Arbor, was bitten by a rat; Monica Stevens, 26, of 324 E. Kingsley St., was bitten by a stray cat; and a University campus squirrel nipped a grounds employe. * * * Ann…

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