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September 23, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 16) • Page Image 14

… with his own pointy teeth. "A lot of squirrels these days think we older squirrels sell out when we accept hand-outs from students on the Diag. It's just not true," explains Fleming, beating his tiny…

… Arbor's squirrel population has swelled along with increasing student numbers during the past 15 years. Growth has been slow but steady, and has put the Diag housing market on the endangered species list…

…. Most Diag trees house 20 squirrels per year, with a turnover rate that would make any landlord shudder. Moreover, the trees must be shared with birds-nearby nests lower property values by an estimated 20…

… per cent-and bugs. "The housing is atrocious on the Diag," com- plains Jakuboski. "While the Diag is near the student and restaurant garbage bins, it's a ghetto-the Squirrel Ghetto. The older squirrels

… species than ever." The statistics bear out Fleming's words. More than 400 of the brown and gray rodents are expected to inhabit the Diag this fall. Scurrying over sidewalks, scampering down trees, dodging…

… cars on. E. University Ave., squirrels are as important a part of Ann Arbor lore as Shakey Jake and his famous rasp. And yet, who are the squirrels, these funny, furry freeloaders who would take a walnut…

… right from your hand, and maybe your index finger with it? And what, exactly, do they want? "Housing and education, that's what," snaps Dorothy Jakuboski, leader of the Squirrels Unite Now (SUN). "Sure…

… are established on the top limbs, but we younger ones have to suffer next to those birds." Many younger squirrels, however, claim they neither need nor want human assistance, and that conservative…

… elders such as Fleming would be better off as "jelly beneath someone's radials."' EYOND .THE LIBERAL SUN members are terrorist squirrels, including Lance Frye and a de-tailed radical who would be…

… up to a tree and tear it to shreds," Frye boasts. "That'll get those humans-and their little dogs, too!" Squirrels complain that their cancer rate has skyrocketed since they started accepting hand…

September 07, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 141) • Page Image 27

…I COMMENTARY The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition - Fall 2005 -5B * Squirrel huggers SAM SINGER SAM 'S CLUB OCTOBER 14, 2004 There's a reason I shy away from the squirrels in the Diag. It…

… and God knows what sorts ┬░of squirrel-on-squirrel debauchery. The room was ravaged. Hidden under a blan- ket of empty shells, the carpet and the once- orderly food corner were barely recognizable. Other…

… traces of foul play - from my com- forter to my keyboard - spread far and wide. Squirrel pellets, the last vestiges of the lavish banquet, had been peppered about the room. How they got in was unclear. The…

… room, equipped with four walls and a ceiling, had always appeared closed off to the outside world. What mattered was that they wouldn't be coming back. No squirrel in the right mind, I was told, would…

…, and the room was rigged with metal cages and rectangular sheets of super glue. It may have looked like a war zone, but it was squirrel- proof, and we slept easy. Cut off, the invaders grew sloppier and…

… insist on coming back? So I sucked it up and did some homework. It wasn't the most interesting research, but I think I found some answers. Did you know squirrels don't hibernate? It's the truth. Much like…

… harsh winters< that make the foraging and hoarding periods,i which typically take place in mid-to-late fall,s so critical. A successful foraging season willt strongly correlate with a squirrel's capacity…

Squirrel Club. Founded in1 2002, the organization boasts a member-i ship of more than 350. It convenes weeklyt (in groups of about 50) during warm monthsi and less often over the winter, to feed on- campus…

squirrel populations.c I know what you're thinking, and you're right: the act of feeding a squirrel, in-and-of itself, isc harmless. The problem comes, however, when the process is streamlined - in this case…

…, whenc fifty kids walk around campus every weeki showering squirrels with food supplements.I Though undoubtedly well intentioned, club gatherings may have profound impacts on the- behavioral patterns of…

September 06, 2011 (vol. 122, iss. 152) • Page Image 52

… photo on the Diag. According to Prof. Philip Myers, Ann Arbor squirrels get too much food from all their human interaction. Expert: Squirrels' odd behavior result of human interaction By VERONICA MENALDI…

… the squirrels. "I only like the ones in the Diag and the Law Quad though because they are receptive to human advances," Begun said. He also said he feels bad for the "scrawnier ones" in Ann Arbor. LSA…

…6 2F - Tuesday, September 6, 2011 NEW STUDENT EDITION The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Ann Arbor's pets: Why campus is nuts for squirrels Film tax cut helps A2 business con bu Oct a law…

… they meet certain qualifications and hire enough Michigan resi- dents to work for their films. "You need to have that kind of incentive to come shoot in Michi- gan," said Farah. A squirrel poses for a…

…. Philip Myers, they should have been looking atcthe squirrels. "Next time you're out in a rain storm, watch the squirrels," said Myers, whose research focus is in small mammals. "Watch how they use their…

… around campus. The city's squirrels have grown accustomed to the rich source of food humans provide them, which to an extent increases their chances of winter survival, Myers said. He added that humans…

…' behav- ior toward the squirrels affects their reproductive patterns as well. Squirrels have two breeding periods; one in the fall and one in the spring. When resources are scarce, they will only breed dur…

…- ing one period. But given their abundant source of food, Myers said Ann Arborsquirrels probably breed during both periods. However, Myers said the townie squirrels consequently act a little differently…

… than com- mon squirrels due to their con- stant feeding and interaction with humans. "It makes them act in aless nat- ural way," Myers said. "However, it doesn't have any detrimental effects on their…

… well-being." He said squirrels have also been known to make their disap- proval of certain human activities clear. "They've learned to expect people to feed them," he said. "They'll let you know that…

September 09, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 118) • Page Image 66

… celebration known as Hash Bash. Hartford's rationale for the Diag policy was to save the squirrels who habituate the Diag from the perils of breathing chalk dust (Yes, she actually . said words to that effect…

… during a Uni- versity forum). I'm sure the squirrels of Ann Arbor are lining up outside her office to offer thanks. It seems to me that, by limiting pub- lic assembly on the Diag to one hour daily and…

… institution -and they are numerous--Ihave seen the Diag used for all forms of public expression. What does the Diag pro- vide? It's an everyday impromptu pul- pit for Preacher Mike. T'he Diag also doubles as a…

…?"Amultitude of cam- pus groups assemble here and pass out propaganda in pathetic attempts to gain your patronage. In short, the Diag is a gathering place. Like every good, open space, the Diag is the best place to…

… stage a public protest. In the last year, the Diag has seen an army (a very small army) of Teaching Assistants assemble to com- plain about unfair wages and the lack of a good health-care plan. Students…

… cov- ered the Diag with chalked slogans to protest the University's installation of the Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities. The forces that advo- cate the legalization of marijuana came…

… Prithusrava Dasa (left) play Hare Krishna songs to attract potential worshipers. EVAN PETRIE/Daily This surly squirrel keeps a careful gaze for unscrupulous chalk-users. UNIVERSIIY OF MICHIGAN MEDICAL CEN…

… guidelines.I the Diag, the policy: Calls for protesters to permit for Diag use, a full sev CARING FOR GENERATIONS To find out how you can help, attend one of the following information sessions: advance of…

… the event. rotest, the Prohibits the use of chalk for the ag policy. expresspurpose of scrawling on theDiag. s merely a Establishes space limitations for To protect protests and prohibits illegal drug…

… charging those who organize said assembly, the University is not doing alot to promote issues of freedom of speech. Let's face it, the Diag policy was written for one reason - the total elimination ofthe…

September 29, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 1) • Page Image 16

… animals in my neigh- borhood. TMD: Oh yeah? What kind of animals do you feed? R: Uh, squirrels, chipmunks, rabbits, muskrats ..., TMD: Wow, you've seen musk- rats? R: Yeah, you know, just anything along the…

… the fear back in Michigan squir- rels? R: "Students for putting the fear back in Michigan squirrels?" TMD: Yeah, I think they're too intimidated by the squirrels because they grow so huge. R: Students…

… to live in a place called Squirrel Hills, so I'm used to squir- rels of all sizes. TMD: Wow. R: I'm serious. I really did live in a place called Squirrel Hills. TMD: That's excellent. Did you ever…

…'re familiar with all squirrels, right? R: Well, I don't know that many squirrels. I know the ones in my backyard and the ones in- Squirrel Hill ... I used to know a few squir- rels in Arizona, too, in the Grand…

… Tetons, so I guess I know all the squirrels, too. TMD: That's impressive. All right, well look for this on Thurs- day. R: OK, bye. By Austin Dingwall t nowhere else but a college campus can you find…

… such a lash of architectural style trying to meld into a collective whole. When planned, these dis- tirctive buildings can act wonder- fully together. Anyone sitting on a shady spot on the Diag lawn can…

September 11, 2007 (vol. 118, iss. 6) • Page Image 2

… EFFORT It was a aunny day and S was walking through the Diag eating an organic granola bar. S saw a squir- rel burrowing a few feet away from me and made some clicking noises at it. S lowered my hand to…

… bar in my outstretched hand, the nugget of food perched about a centimeter away from the tip of my finger so the squirrel could see what IShad to offer. Surprisingly, it stood upright and took a few…

… steps my way, sniff- ing for a potential snack. Atthis point, I usuallyget scared and back away - or the squirrel does, but it showed no hesitation. As it neared, I noticed it had kind of a crazed look in…

… its eyes. I Ishould have just set the food down, but S really wanted to see if it would follow through. The squirrel walked right up to my hand, but instead of sitting and taking the food off my…

… finger with its paws, asSI thought it would do for some reason, it opened its mouth and cbomped down on my finger. And it had really sharp teeth. S stood up, but the squirrel con- tinued to pursue me. S…

… wasn't bleeding, soSI figured S was OK. I don't hold it against the squir- rel; it wasn't being vicious or any- thing. But next time S see a hungry squirrel, 511l keep my distance. ARIKIA MILLIKAN Panic…

September 04, 2007 (vol. 118, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

… determined mega squirrel inthe Diag. Plenty of theories abound, but no one knows exactly why our squirrels are CRIME NOTES so fat, aggressive and eerily human- like. Still, it being Ann Arbor and all, I like…

… frightened, and one of them, startled, tripped and stubbed his toe on the sidewalk. "Dude, I think it's a squirrel," one said as the creature retreated under a car. They must have been freshmen. It was only…

… Welcome Week, but the men outside my window had already met the Ann Arbor squirrel. We all remember our first encoun- ter. It might have been an acorn to the head or a standoff with a particularly…

… in the state until I found our baby a home. A woman 35 minutes away already had 40 raccoons, nine squirrels, 16 dogs and 10 cats, but she'd take him. Three months later, I still think about that…

September 28, 2011 (vol. 122, iss. 17) • Page Image 11

… town, our namesake is rooted in trees. There are plenty of locations on the greener side of campus: the Diag, the Matthaei Botanical Gardens, all of North Campus. But none of these are more popular than…

… among state legislators that No. 323: No. 324: No. 325: would determine if seatbelts wouldbe a necessity in cars ("Drivers may be forced It is acceptable to Feeding the Diag Rain is a perfectly to buckle…

… up," 2/17/1985). Despite significant evidence from studies conducted by the National Safety Council and the National Highways Traffic Safety Administra- claim warranty on squirrels doesn't good excuse…

September 23, 2009 (vol. 120, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

… about 640 people in the larger dining area and an addi- tional 70 people can find seating in the dining area upstairs around the Victors plaza - so room for See DINING CENTER, Page 3A LGHTS OUT Squirrel

… yesterday evening was brought on by an unlikely culprit. Most University buildings on the Central and Medical Campuses were left in the dark just after 6 p.m. yesterday when a squirrel shorted a transformer…

… individu- als to remain on NOTEBOOK their parents' health care plans until the age 26. If the resolution passes, MSA willeducate the studentbody about the legislation during an MSA Diag Day and will provide…

September 27, 2011 (vol. 122, iss. 16) • Page Image 1

… opinions on campus Speakers protected by First Amendment on 'U' property By PAIGE PEARCY Daily StaffReporter The Diag is often filled with sounds of students hustling to class, squirrels running about…

…, crunching leaves and some- times, the voices of people shar- ing their beliefs. one of these people is Mike Reed, also known as Brother Mike, who often visits the Diag for his "open air preaching." And while…

Diag come to cam- pus since it provides them the opportunity to speak to stu- dents. Reed said he and others speak on University property because they are worried about students' futures. "I believe…

September 29, 2000 (vol. 111, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

… course, you can read it any season, but it finds a special fit near the Diag, among the students, squirrels and r leaves. And without question autumn ushers the best movies into theaters, exposing the gar…

… and child- ish behavior. ERIN GUTENSCHWAGER Diag protests shouldSASOPHOMOR not impede students . . Daily editonial page RE from the Diag preachers to the displays we werej exposed to this week, it is…

… University with such excessive and disturbing messages is not necessary. If you don't want to be a part of a picket ine - don't be. If you are certain of where you; stand and you are sure that no Diag

… care less about the anti-abor- tion display in the Diag. Frankly, I was too busy reading the sports section to even bother looking at the photos. I do consider it extreme to give the entire Diag

… too much. I thoroughly support protests and dis- plays in the Diag. Other groups however get their message across with out taking us so much space. The preachers have their signs and displays but they…

… in no way impede me. This however is way to excessive and extreme. I wonder how much it'll cost me to rent out the entire Diag, erect fences so that no one else can get through, so that I can practice…

… women free: protect the right t" need two articles on choose." As I passed the Diag, this was the at least an unbiased chant that I heard, protesting the anti-abortion we obviously can't display. Since I…

… alive, and abortion actively prevents life from ha ests in the Diag on pening. I find it ironic that the same peope not to walk through who support getting "equal access" to higher use I knew what I…

…- Diag. I have a new slogan for this campus to am of assembly and chant: "Keep humans alive, protect the right to ny humble opinion, ife " uL;c tig a ^st p tortat To THE DAILY: The Daily editorial staff…

… unex- pected pregnancies? I did not see the prote Monday. I made it a point that area of campus beea would see would disturb through the Diag on Tuesd plays regarding pro-life iss ed" by the Students…

September 21, 1982 (vol. 93, iss. 11) • Page Image 4

… great if his forum were the Diag and if his audien- ce were squirrels and pigeons? Ahh, dreams. Instead, Helms is on the Senate floor, doing his bit to undermine the Con- stitution. Yesterday afternoon…

…- tacking some of the most basic freedoms of all Americans. And that's something even a Diag preacher would admire for its absurdity. , ..._ - F C 1 I -r ,' d rIZa o Jam! y tA hiV o o b…

September 11, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 124) • Page Image 5

… students who simply take in the sights and sounds of campus. Instead, we fall victim to popping in our headphones and checking the text messages we missed during lecture. We miss squirrels chasing each other…

… two remaining weeks of summer warmth, here are a few things to do before students are stuck in coats for the rest of the school year. RELAX ON THE DIAG The Diag is one of the most beautiful spots on…

…. Maryland 5 p.m. UM Soccer Stadium Michigan Football vs. Miami (Ohio) 3:30 p.m. The Big House Beethoven Festival with Andr4 Watts 8 p.m. Hill Auditorium Welcome to Michigan: Concert on the Diag 7p.m. The Diag

September 08, 2009 (vol. 120, iss. 1) • Page Image 53

… playing Frisbee in the Diag. You want to join them and soak in the warm sun, but you have a huge exam to study for. The idea of locking yourself in the UGLI all afternoon seems worse than failing your first…

… early fall, looking to break away from Ann Arbor's busy urban life, and it'sthe perfect place to experience Michi- gan's four seasons. In the spring, wildlife such as squirrels and rabbitsromp through…

diag central campus At the center of campus, and in many ways at the center of the Michi- gan experience, the Diag will take countless forms during your time here. The long, grassy expanse with criss…

…- crossing sidewalks is surrounded by campus buildings, punctuated on one end by the Hatcher Graduate Library and at the otherby the Rackham Grad- uate School. The cemented paths originated while the Diag was…

… still a pasture (outhouses and all) that students and faculty would use as a shortcut to go between class buildings. When the weather is temperate, the Diag is consistently populated with members of the…

… University community. You'll see people studying in the grass, throwing a Frisbee around, playing music and openly sharing opinions. The brass block "M" in the center of the patio section of the Diag is full…

…. There is always something happen- ing on the Diag: things spontaneous and small, like a few musicians strum- ming acoustic guitars, as well as social gatherings like "Hash Bash," acelebra- tion of…

… marijuana and Ann Arbor's lax pot laws held on the first Saturday of every April. Chances are you'll have a reason to walk through the diag at least once a day. Don't pass it up, especially when the weather…

… sizes for both men and women and are ideal for the next Hash Bash demonstration on the Diag. The warehouse also carries a wide array of cold-weather accessories for those brisk Mich- igan winters. The…

September 18, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 129) • Page Image 7

… way for the University to win a possible lawsuit is by creating a student movement supporting affirmative action. Some students decided spontaneous- ly to join the rally. After passing through the Diag

… have them otherwise." LSA junior Chris Levi, who sat near the rally on one of the Diag benches, said he supports .BAMN's cause, but questions its means. "I'm like for affirmative action, but by for any…

… car- toon the group branded as racist. The group demanded the Daily print a retraction for the cartoon, which depicted a squirrel protesting a lack of rights. "It was a blatant racist attempt," Curtin…

… said. "It equated black people and minorities with squirrels trying to get a nut. It's disgusting" Thursday, September 18, 1997 - 7A Coalition member Shanta Driver,. who also is a national chair of the…

September 26, 1989 (vol. 100, iss. 14) • Page Image 1

… STROH, page 5 'U' asks fraternity council to cleanup leftover rush leaflets by Jennifer Hiri Some Ann Arbor scenes never change. Every fall, squirrels gather acorns. Leaves change colors. Students and…

… faculty traipse back and forth acros- the Diag under the autumn sun. And the remains of taped-down fraternity rush fliers linger all over campus sidewalks, bridges, walls, and posts. This year, though…

September 09, 2009 (vol. 120, iss. 2) • Page Image 40

…'ve fed the squirrels on the Diag, I'm not getting home until five, six o'clock, and then, jeez, here's the part that really sweats my gears, I've got way more than one hour of work to do. Try four hours…

… much of the Diag, but also with the original Museum of Modern Art. Initially, I was disgusted by the costly muse- um addition. On top of the issues I had with the incongruity of the building, it…

… transformed a grassy, shaded area of the Diag into an enormous concrete walkway. "Why don't we just lay con- crete over the entire Diag?" I thought. Out with natural settings, in with modern design. Those 80…

September 25, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 143) • Page Image 5

… Ann Arbor has to offer this fall. No matter what you are interested in - from squirrel-feeding to opera - there are plenty of activities to ring in this season of apples, donuts, cider, football and…

…, visit the WeatherFest this Sunday, Sept. 28, on the Diag from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Meet weather and climate enthusiasts from organizations such as the National Weather Service, National Oceanic and…

September 14, 1983 (vol. 94, iss. 6) • Page Image 3

… commission's report, saying it agreed with all the recom- mendations except one which said science and math teachers should be paid more than other teachers. This adventuresome squirrel found the pickings to…

… his liking as he climbed into the lap of LSA Junior Billy Fenster yesterday in the Diag for a snack. Education dean nominated; cuts made final (Continued from Page 1) report stated. FRYE SAID he also…

September 11, 1977 (vol. 88, iss. 6) • Page Image 6

…. Stop by to see. 601 Mary Ct. cCtc PRIVATE BEDROOMS in furnished home with 11/2 baths, 2 blocks to Diag, yard, storage garage, parking, laundry facilities nearby, $140 to $175 per month includes all…

…-0258. cCtc FURNISHED ROOMS for rent at 715 Hill St., featuring Kosher restaurant, game room and Judaic library. Only 2 minutes from campus. Call 995-3276. cCtc $140 PER BEDROOM, 2 blocks to diag, furnished…

… ANGELES TIMES 44 President, for one 50 Royal pet 51 Buffalo's waterfront 52 Some persons 56 Relative of a squirrel cage 58 Lombardy city 59 Field: Lat. 60 Suffix in.. chemistry 61 Term in 12 Time waster 13…

September 15, 2011 (vol. 122, iss. 8) • Page Image 4

… universe is a kind of garden, where the grass is always manicured to perfection and the only moral dilemma is whether or not one should feed the squirrels. Yet even here in the city, amid the $12 sandwiches…

… restaurant a few steps from the Diag and the small army of custodial staff wiping down classrooms where they've never sat. Ann Arbor natives haven't all been equally privileged either, despite the stereotype…

September 08, 2009 (vol. 120, iss. 1) • Page Image 26

… matter how abstract or unique your interest is, at the University those hobbies have been turned into clubs and groups that easily can be joined. For instance, if you find squirrels, especially the fuzzy…

… bunch of shirtless guys show off their subpar volleyball skills in the front "yard." "I swear, every time I see a Fiji in his little Fiji hat, there's a 50 percent chance he's on the Diag, collecting…

September 20, 1977 (vol. 88, iss. 11) • Page Image 8

…- sible. Near sections 26-29 around row 45, or anywhere else. -Will pay top dollar! ! Call- collect 349-1865, Mike. 6 PERSON, 5 bedroom home, 2 blocksI to diag, 11/2 batjhs, yard, parking, stor- age garage…

… Cookies 56 A coming in of the tide 58 Certain residences for short 60 St. Petersburg's state: Abbr. 61 Home for a squirrel' 63 Astronauts' good report cFtc 15 18 7r 8 9 l 110 11 12 13 i u I a…

September 30, 1970 (vol. 81, iss. 24) • Page Image 5

…. 2. Sign up at Diag sales booth or come to 420 May- nard. Hurry. 18F23 TV RENTALS - $10.40 a month In- cludes free delivery, service, and pick- up. No deposit. Call Nejac-662-5671. 31Ftc es on your 18…

squirrel-chaser. Call ' 34F41 AUTO TUNE-UP and repair. Ludicrous- enna State Academy, Assoc. Prof. 764-2680 or 764-0782 noon-5 p.m. AD21'--_- ly reasonable. Student. 662-6746. Brussels Studio Operade la…

… have your senior picture - taken. Sign up now at the Michi- ganensian sales booth on the Diag. FF Call WATER BEDS-Yes and very cheap; MD considering-quite fantastic sleeping and awake sensations. Call us…

September 26, 1970 (vol. 81, iss. 21) • Page Image 5

…, lined, size 38, sell cheap, 665-7214. 18B22 POT SALE- Dutch auction; price drops 10 percent per hr. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sat.. Sept. 26, on the Diag. 10B20 GARAGE SALE - Excellent student items. Furniture…

…- ganensian sales booth on the Diag. FF write. uo aly tni ib P.O. Box 400, Ann Arbor, 48107. 28F23 ODD JOBS-Raking, mowing, painting, changing screens and storms, etc. Call 662-4736. FD HERE'S JOHNNY! From…

… call 665-0495. 26A20 FOUND: Large golden dog resembles golden retriever, wearing flea collar, friendly, good squirrel-chaser. Call 764-2680 or 764-0782 noon-5 p.m: AD21 LOST-Small black shaggy female dog…

September 25, 1970 (vol. 81, iss. 20) • Page Image 7

… golden retriever, wearing flea collar, cellent condition - $1000. See at Boutique. 516 E. William. 1F21 769-4227, Professional Management friendly, good squirrel-chaser. Call 1912 Geddes or call Jan at 663…

…,standar er hr.10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sat., Sept. lens. $150 firm. 761-6634 ees. 36D22 26, on the Diag. 10B20 ns$10fr.7-63ev.3D2 GARAGE SALE - Excellent studentT items. Furniture, clothes, books, art AT CENTURY and…

… I-94 to Southfield Expr. North to 668-8300. 38F13 13F20 ganensian sales booth on the Diag. 13 Mile Road-then East to FF--------- --- - ---- - --- FP Woodward and North WHEN YOU THINK of cosmetics…

September 27, 1970 (vol. 81, iss. 22) • Page Image 5

… band. REWARD. Call 761-0579. 35A21I LOST: Pure white male cat, Oakland and Arch. 663-7114. 29A20 FOUND: Large golden dog resembles golden retriever, wearing flea collar, friendly, good squirrel

…. Elementary and secondary edu- cation Office of Admissions University of Michigan, De rborn Campus 4901 Evergreen Rd. Dearborn, Mich. 48128 t isl. igi Up 1 L Lir vlil ganensian sales booth on the Diag. FFR…

September 23, 1970 (vol. 81, iss. 18) • Page Image 5

… picture Read and Use taken. Sign up now at thehMichi- ganensian sales booth on the Diag. Daily Classifieds FF BDRM. FU campus.STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE for Cam- avail, for fal. Munitsnley Assoc.663- pus Clubs…

… golden retriever, wearing flea collar, 1966 MGR. In great shape! Priced to ____..._- friendly, good squirrel-chaser. Call sell. 769-9482. 12N19 GIRL for 3-man. Call Jean after 5:30. 764-2680 or 764…

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