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November 27, 1989 (vol. 100, iss. 57) • Page Image 1

…. Premier Ladislav Adamec became the first top official in 20 years to share a platform with by Noelle Vance Daily Government Reporter A lonely squirrel, clutching a nut unobtrusively by the side of a shanty…

…, watched the last dried leaves whisk across the Diag Wednesday afternoon. The students had gone home. By 5 p.m., Ann Arbor was a de- serted town. The few students in front of the Union stood by duffel bags…

March 13, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 131) • Page Image 1

… clowns and cheerleaders to release pent-up tension by joining in the "Scream- In" held on the Diag yesterday. The screaming session kicked-off a six-day symposium on stress, jointly sponsored by the Vice…

… who would never go out to see wrote in a letter to the state Department of Natural Resources, "but being human, my weakness was squirrel hunting. I am concerned about the conservation of our wildlife…

…, and when I see where someone has been arrested for a game violation, my conscience, bothers me. Gilbert enclosed a check for $100 for the dead squirrels, and told the department to let him know if 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…

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