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September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 49

…Even in A2 ,there's no place like home Dorm life: Exercise in coping. By PATRICIA HAGEN For $2000 a year what do you get? Thirteen meals a week, a cubicle of a room, bed, a desk and a chair, and a built in bottle pener. You also get a roommate. THE MEALS are nothing like mother's, the oom is minute, the bed is lumpy, and the room- -ate, well:... Life in any of the University's 12 residence .alls is guaranteed to be a crash course in lear- i...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 50

…e. ,ytijp:?ii g .v.{ -. i~-..w xvit.. -!b, m,+:f./{: d+Nx. Page 2B-Thursday, September 6, 1979-The Michigan Daily #; , ct. :?.t:,,:r>:,or:::: r:. ::w :,:;<5;:. ' :'t ' .t:' .-,:c .::x >:;>."Sr: : :: r>.v:;t : :, after class The University of Michigan is an awesome sight to many a freshperson. But what may be equally awesome is the unseen, the hidden aspects of the school that really make it something special. Some people spend many years at...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 51

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 6, 1979-Page 3B 1 Minorities face double challenge at 3 ' By SARA ANSPACH and BETH PERSKY More often than not, minority students adjust to what is often described as the "impersonal" University environment, and many enjoy their college years in Ann Arbor. But the startling numbers of- minority students who leave the University without graduating sometimes find college life here com- parable to fighti...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 52

…age 4B-Thursday, September 6, 1979-The Studen By ADRIENNE LYONS } When most newcomers to the University arrive in Ann Arbor they are faced with the academic rigors of this institution. There are generally two options open to all individuals: spend four years huddled over open books in guest of a nearly flawless grade point average, or sacrifice a little of that study time in order to Vnjoy those years. It seems that most students choose the ...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 53

… 4 -r.-- t I 4 rv-I I - I I I I I V U DOWNTQWls ANN ARBOR NI The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 6. 1979--Pag , B ;o years young!. 306 SOUTH MAIN Po(0 Walk a Litl. . Save a Lot- Prices effective August 30 to September 14, 1979 ----- - - ---- ' -----r I ' ! f ; . ' t I r ' I . . s . __ ; : :.... F .._ k J /y . i '' ; i i t _\ a} z_ 'l ! { ' ' :, u ti a Q :, : Headquarters for "u of M// Sweatshirts, Caps, Jackets, T-Shirts, and Oth...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 54

…Page 6B--Thursday, September 6, 1979-The Michigan Daily m -« A' V 0 , Daily provides experien 'crPe4 X, r4.h A ds rax ~f~vn H&F ad 'h1z~age. I 'flcr: meki c wlU heII7. I A calm r mp t, r~r yvtknved ar . By MITCH CANTOR The Daily offices are not like those of your average newspaper. Knick- knacks, humorous items, little remem- brances of history, are laced all over the walls. In one corner there is an old headline reading: "Decadence,...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 55

…HOUSEMA TES SHARE RESPONSIBILITIES Co-ops integrate living, BY TIM YAGLE Of all the different types of housing on this campus, cooperative living may be the least understood. Co-op living involves students in a par- ticular residence dividing up the house chores among themselves to save money. Each person has a specific duty to perform to ensure that the house functions adequately - everything from buying the food and cooking, to maintaining ...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 56

…Page 8B-Thursday, September 6, 1979-The Michigan Daily Regents 'Ayes' and 'nays' dictate future policy By MITCH CANTOR "The three committees are advisory only and the Board of Regents alone has the power to appoint and cannot share this power." -From a set of guidelines passed by the Regents concerning the three advisory com- mittees established to assist the Regents in selecting a new president of the University. This particular passage r...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 57

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 6, 1979-Page 9B Regents have the last word (Continued from Page 8) dent-oriented aroused much interest campus, and, as a result, the Regen- eceived much feedback on the issue. ut the biggest confrontation of the. r centered around the March and rit Regents meetings. Thousands of dents and faculty on campus had ed the Board to withdraw all stock dings from corporations which do ness in South Africa, alle...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 58

…Page 10--Thursday, September 6, 1979-The Michigan Daily e'iGet You Through The Big 'u' THE OFFICE OF STUDENT SERVICES 3000 Michigan Union 764-7423 00< a i F. i Health Service 207 Fletcher St. 764-8320 When you're no longer at home and mom can't bring you chicken soup to make you feel better, what do you do? The answer is simple, you come to University Health Service. We don't claim to specialize in chicken soup, but we do provide a ...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 59

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 6, 1979-Page 11S - PIRGIM takes' on consumer issues with the help of students By STEVEN SHAER When Michigan voters decided to make it illegal for those undr 21 to drink, PIRGIM wasted no time in initiating a drive geared toward the establish- ment of a $5 penalty for breaking the new law. The action was characteristic of the no-nonsense organization. PIRGIM (the Public Interest Resear- ch Group in Michi...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 60

…Page 128-Thursday, September 6, 1979-The Mich Maize igan Daily 'n' Blue boasts rare resources Anyone got a 68-ton carillon? By TIM YAGLE Only at the University of Michigan could someone be majoring in bells. Not that the University has a more finely-tuned faculty than other institutions, but the school does boast many unusual resources unavailable at other colleges, like the third largest carillon (68 tons) in the world. The almost unavoida...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 61

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 6, 1979-Page 13B Health Service suffers from dubious reputation on campus By ELEONORA DI LISCIA IVniversity Health Service, which absorbs mandatory assessments from students each semester, is suffering from an ailing reputation. While the symptoms of the center's illness aren't present among all stu- dents, many on campus have voiced what seem to be, at best, only average ratings on the medical service ...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 62

…Page 14B-Thursday, September 6, 1979-The Michigan Daily <. A "00.0 -qqq 4 1 / / I pppp $ .-- ' t . W-- ~' S.. >- -- -*__..- 00" o -- ._ __--- J.._... . _. ._ ._-- .---ter. . + w 1 .- p/1 J i Urch's: a mi edbag. New and Used Books Brought in from Universities around the country, our stock of quality used books is the largest in the city. And our prices are the best. We guarantee the correct book for every course. Just...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 63

…Big Ten title barely eludes 'M' in final season of Benedict era By LIZMAC Sports eras are hard wrought but long remem- bered. Lombardi's Packers, Bryant's Tide, Wooden's Bruins - the mention of these brings thoughts of long-term winning competition. LAST YEAR saw the end of a lesser-known era at Michigan, but one which produced a quality sports program just the same. Coach Moby Benedict, the man who has meant baseball to Michigan for 17 years...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 64

…Page 2C-Thursday, September 6, 1979-The Michigan Daily PITCHING KEY TO BLUE SUCCESS: Softballers find 9 0 winning recipe By LEE KATTERMAN Making your first cake from scratch can, at best, be a trying experience. In softball, building a team from scratch can be just as difficult. Yet, after only two seasons, head coach Gloria Soluk has blended together some prize-winning ingredien-, ts. TWO YEARS ago, in the women's softball team's - first...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 65

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 6, 1979-Page 3C Rock Bottom Blue icers have nowhere to go but up By BOB EMORY The Western Collegiate Hockey Association never has been known for its predictability. The 1976-77 season serves as one example. Michigan was felt to be a strong team, but not quite as good (on paper anyway), as the year before when they finished fourth in the ten-team league. Six players were lost to graduation and the res...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 66

…Page 4C-Thursday, September 6, 1979-The Michigan Daily WOMEN CAGERS IN FOR CHANGES: A slow road to success By ELISA FRYE If women's basketball coach Gloria Soluk had her way, the upcoming season would already be a thing of the past. She is not looking forward to another year of growing pains with her notoriously young team. The team of nine freshmen, three sophomores and ,one junior struggled through the year, but managed to produce a 13-14 r...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 67

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 6, 1979-Page 5C BLUE EYES IMPROVED SEASON Cagers face Big T en dogfight By GEOFF LARCOM The plan for Michigan's return to Big Ten basketball supremacy was laid out even before the 78-79 season began. Early on coach Johnny Orr had foreseen the possibility of a Big Ten championship, along with a fighting chance to grab national honors for his Blue cagers. And the players, fans, and most in- terestin...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 68

….a ', ,, ':' a:. , Page 6C-Thursday, September 6, 1979-The Michigan Daily COIKe TO WC ---- - -GtAqaitdCupnOfr Photography is the one thing in Ann Arbor -Get Acquainted Copon Offer Pay at home, and the reason is Big George s.BC L7 We're unique, a professional photo store within another store (Home Appliance Mart) and that means we 'have the buying power to give O 1Fd you the best price. Our salespeo le are good photographers themselves, reacy ...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 69

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 6, 1979-Page 7C Schembechler tradition:- Greer, Si fih' 0 LII-+L'1-'V" i A faca (Continued from Page 1) mer Miami (Ohio) head coach. "First of'aIl, the successful moves of Owens acid Needham. Secondly, I've got to feel they (the defense) are ready to be more dominant. And thirdly, we have veteran guys back, like Simpkins and Greer, guys that want to have a good year." As Schembechler pointed out, the Wh...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 70

…Page 8C-Thursday, September 6, 1979-The Michigan Daily New swim coach inherits wealth o talent, sees title in future By MARK MIHANOVIC Most new coaches aren't as lucky as Bill Farley. A goodly number of them inherit teams which sport a minimal amount of talent. But Farley, who is Michigan's new men's swimming coach, takes over a team which last year compiled a 12-1 dual meet record and finished second in the Big Ten championships. "MY OUTLOO...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 71

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 6, 1979-Poge Mission Feasible Michigan track goal: Regain conference throne 9C ;s ki le for "is od to ain By GEOFF LARCOM Michigan track coach Jack Harvey is a realist. None of the "Mission Im- possible" goal setting routine for Har- vey, whose teams have won seven of the last 15 Big Ten track titles (including cross country). "Our goal each year is to win the Big Ten meet, while qualifying as many a...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 72

…Page 1OC-Thursday, September 6, 1979-The Michigan Daily Tennis trump Women defend state crown . . 0 By GARY LEVY As the University nearly empties out during the last week in April, a small but eager group of women stay around' for another month to play tennis. Winning tennis, that is. Actually, the Michigan women net- ters start practicing in the fall, inten- sifying their workouts over the winter, and then finally play their first match b...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 73

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 6, 1979-Page 11 C GEISLER FIRST-ROUND PICK Out of the Blue By Geoff Larcom Welcome to the U ... ... sports wishes for you After that nifty pre-college summer interlude Michigan affectionately calls "orientation," you might be wondering just where you're going to find some support in this gargantuan academic environment. That how this student felt at this time. Well, right from the start this year, somebo...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 74

…Page 12C-Thurtaoy, September 6, 1979-The W higan Daily :.> } :.,. i :j};: isi ::i'isi:::::::iiiiiiii :iti< :.... i;y j:?$i .. ".. . ..... n:}:"}:..... .. .. .. ::::.y::::{{.i'"}:"i:"}}i}}+}Y:.:};:;::::}::;::4:::: :::}::::::":}:.}w:;i:;:::::::::n::"}-.}4v.-:v:.'":._ii:}:ijj:: :;: }::;:}}"ti}vC;:;:ti;: {i::l:>r'}::,:"t t. . ...MEMO 4 4" .,:} :; : ..\ ii .q 4 ti_ "{ R rr}, f } . + .5 +,"¢5L ti ? :+:: :} i' : '" ': is $iii' :):~: ' y'i: ti: + : r...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 75

…WHAT COULD this man be thinking at this point? Bo Schembechler, the man who along with Don Canham built Michigan into the awesome football power it now is, jogs onto the field prior to last season's saddening 17-10 Rose Bowl loss to USC. The Wolverines under Schembechler have won eight Big Ten champion- ships and played in five Rose Bowl games, along with one Orange Bowl tilt, none of which Michigan has won. During that period, the Wolverines'...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 76

…Page 14C-Thursday, September 6,1979-The Michigan Daily i i err i 60 -dir I -1 31 IsA Bookstore \, _ . "- / ' r #S = . ; °~ , . . _. ... . ' 1' , *8M ET 5t1L6 t I RAW --m cm And Morel - -I i t I . ... X ,.C ,... ' ; , ' f 7) a Z2 4 I 0\ 69(1 0 s.a! [ ffi Stl ' 4 °T!TT7TTT" ! 4 f'JY! IIIIII !III! Il . I1 r 11,1 ., .4 wrx I _. r) t rl 7 b o e b 0 ! J . ,' / _' // , . _,. . l f ti 411, W s.e H athTetokfr...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 77

…Area radio.in tune with many tastes 4- jrom Bach.. By JOHN SINKEVICS It's hard to say what kind of possessions students value oday. But one thing is almost certain: While the room of any V student may not necessarily be cluttered with books, 'snearly a sure bet that the room will contain at least one dio. And while preferences in types of music range from assical to new wave, Ann Arbor radio offers an earful. The campus stations, WRCN (650 A...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 78

… Page D2-Thursday, September 6, 1979--The Michigan Daily arts & leisure Ann Arbor has long enjoyed But the great thing about 'the .:a reputation as a cultural center, finer things here is not their widet fThe diversity it offers in art, extent, but their availability. literature, and music is rare in a The opportunity's here: get city of its size. clue.-h dtr O)LD TUE_. Rstrat Pub- FINE QUALITY FOOD RELAXED, QUIET{ SERVED TIL 9 P.M. ATMOSPHERE...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 79

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 6, 1979-Page D3 CAMPUS CO-OPS, COMMERCIA L THEA TRES SER VE LARGE MARKET Film establishments: fare for fanatics, casual fans t By OWEN GLEIBERMAN --,What is this, Dick Cavett? People were wincing so badly it took a good three seconds to realize that someone -bad just asked nothing less than the quintessential Ann Arbor question. -Director Alan Rudolph had just screened his unreleased movie Welcome To L...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 80

…Page D4-Thursday, September 6, 1979-The Michigan Daily POTTERY CLASSES AT THE INN EIRBOR POTTERS'GUILD Start Sept. 11 18- Week Term $135 COVERS ALL COSTS OPPOR TUNITIES FOR PERFORMER S AND LISTENERS: 'U' hums with classical music * NIGHT CLASSES FOR1N * FLEXIBLE LAB HOURS P 6 FO " GAS KILNS P 6- Register at Guild Studio, 201 Hill St. near Main IFo 4970 I I.- _ _ _ .. Nice place to enjoy friends, spirits and good things. to eat. ....…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 81

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 6, 1979--Pag. D5 15rO pG pB rnUSSS c. THE UNIVERSITY'S MUSEUM of Art draws many students for quick tours through its various exhibits. Other art facilities in the city also offer much for the local art lover. GALLERIES OFFER DIVERSE PIECES: A2 .an art lover's haven r$mll V.9I9 'tE 0 By STEPHEN PICKOVER As many of you sophisticated cosmopolitan people may have already ascertained, Ann Arbor is not Ne...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 82

…Page D6-Thursday, September 6, 1979-The Michigan Daily City sets scene for local actors By JOSHUA PECK Would-be Oliviers and Dunaways rejoice! Though for most students ac- ting and other extra-curricular ac- tivities are not the University's Dlicious Quality Food/ & Cocktails EL EGANTL Y PREPARED and Graciousv Sered at Chez Crep SINCE 1968 328 S. Main Tues.-Thurs. - 11:00- 3:00, 5:00-8:00 p.m. Fri. & Sat. - 11:00-3:00, 5:00-9:00 p.m. Reserva...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 83

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 6, 1979-Page D7 STRATFORD, DETROIT A2 OFFER ALTERNATIVES: City overflows with heatre opportunities I Stage fans have options galore (Continued from Page 6) ceed in Business . ., Applause, and Pippin. UAC group casting calls appear on billboards around campus. Like many cities of its size, Ann Ar- bor, has a Civic Theatre made up of townies of various stripes, mostly of professionals. AACT counts amo...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 84

… OR0NGE )ULIUS I r Hamburgers Hotdogs * French Fries, and * Fresh Julius Drinks orange, strawberry, and pineapple Open 11 a.m.-12 midnight 1237 S. University 663-9773 Page D8-Thursday, September 6, 1979-The Michigan Daily Ark shares music wi area folk fans Sm I - Oy -r + Arbor "- 6 WOL VERIE PARTY £ DELI SHOPPE Feutures: By ERIC ZORN Battling financial worries, the Ark, Ann Arbor's only folk music coffee- house, continues to float. The in...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 85

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 6, 1979-Page D9 State-Liberty Bacchus Garden 338 S. State Rather slow service combined with mediocre food at least ensures an un- rowded atmosphere. Greek dishes in- cluding Sicilian pizza. Best Steak House 217 S. State This cafeteria-style restaurant will 4serve you a t-bone at your table in just a few minutes. Its price range is quite 'wide, and you generally get'a good deal for your money. Be warned, ...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 86

…Page D1--Thursday, September 6, 1979-The Michigen Daily The m ) ... .......... .il S A Series Act Now to Receive These Special Benefits Best choice of tickets! Exchange privileges! Insurance against ticket loss! No waiting in line! Guaranteed seats to all plays! Discounts up to 40%! ~OOOL%9O&~4j Wt TOUT YOU H'4~ A MYMy r C.sOP %SA~J'T O ' A o a y O p L "t H E s Ot L D) L A C E - t Qom DrsDCy-3O~rCD t Oct.17-21 Sherwood's Idiot's Dcli...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 87

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 6, 1979-Page D11 Daily Photo From miles around they gather each summer, the artist/mer- chants and the spectator/shop- pers. The event is actually a series of street art fairs which take place simultaneously around the city. DANCE THEATRE STUDIO phone 995-4242 711 N. University on campus above Drake's 1 Italian Pan Pizza By The Slice* Antipasto Salads * Wino * Beer Liqor Spaghetti 11 IL n- m r 3 ...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 88

…Page D12--Thursday, September 6, 1979-The Michigan Daily Great entertainment. _ With the cost of driving rising daily, chances are you're spending more leisure time around the house. And looking for ways to make that time .more pleasureable. If you stop to think about it, music makes practically any activity more entertaining. And music sounds best on a quality component stereo system. If you've been putting off buying a good system (for wha...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 89

…The Michigan Doily--Thursday, September 6, 1979-Page 13D THE RAMONES (left) and Patti Smith (right) often play at Second Chance on Liberty Street. For those rock and roll fans who fancy concerts in smaller crowds, or simply prefer less famous artists, the city offers a wide variety of acts from which to choose. a 3 44, Daily Photo )CA L GROUPS KEEP FANS JUMPING: Rockin 1A2iS alive and11ng Doily Photo WOLVERINE DEN PIZZERIA 1201 S. Universit...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 90

…Page 14D-Thursday, September 6, 1979-The Michigan Daily __ ... z ... : ... ... - - --------------------- ..... ------------ efrigerator Great SELECT FROM ONE OF OUR 2 DIFFERENT SIZES 40e - I1 ~.............~ * FULL 2 CUBIC FEET * NO TAX * NO INSURANCE CHARGES * SEPTEMBER-APRIL * Quantities Limited "J":.::''JtiJJN:'V:J.ti f":;'}:l:J. .. rJ...... "" J.":. JrX ::..:rr...;.:.J.:":r..:.:......t::J"tt{'::.... ............ \4 DIFFERENT S...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 91

…Mayor By KEITH B. RICHBURG For the most part, the issues were mundane-city finances, growth and development, and, as -always, potholes. The city's student population stayed home from the polls en masse. And as a result, Ann Arbor last April returned Republican Mayor Louis Belcher and his GOP council to city hall for at least another two years. Belcher won his first full two-year term with a little more than 49 per cent of the vote after campai...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 92

…Page E-2-Thursday, September 6, 1979-The Michigan Daily SECURITY GUARDS ALSO ROAM CAMPUS Police try to keep watchful eye over 'U' city By TIM YAGLE Although police officers in Ann Arbor seem to be preoccupied with con- trolling football Saturday traffic and busting drunks, the people in blue do have to contend with more serious campus problems. Larceny and thievery are the most common crimes affecting University students, according to Ann A...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 93

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 6, 1979-Page E-3 Characters A 2 has more than its share Daily Photo by MAUREEN O'MALLEY A YOUNG SHOPPER casts a curious glance toward a grill display in one of Briarwood's numerous stores. For many, the mall offers recreation and entertainment as well as a place to shop. mall with it al, riarwood offers variety to local shoppers By R. J. SMITH Ann Arbor is famous for its diversity, . and true to it...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 94

…A Page E-4--Thursday, September 6, 1979-The Michigan Daily Ann Arbor Area 4z 23 1 (toJ e0 Q 7t L O Nq Lx G 0h o X LDC . H E R B E RTC VIOPNOIZw I. NN CAPU SL I Q a. *AiTA QEdm0 Z 14 I ~ A~tO O B ... I ,<DRUo ES ' om R El-_ ^4 A -, 4 f, FEiAr D II-s fIt H O C0 CR ltLIgqwO 0Xc G1 I E RD; WAY - A - , r . IW Vr c ' E HICNCTEf 0 BLE CREKj LOCK~ (, …

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 95

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 6, 1979-Page E-5 The unpredictable world of 2 politics GOP retains Council m " " By ELISA ISAACSON "University students here rarely pay attention to City Council-until an issue arises which will definitely affect them. But even when those matters, such as tenants' rights, or the $5 drinking fine, come before Council, the student hype is usually maintained just long enough to carry through the specifi...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 96

…Page E-6-Thursday, September 6, 1979-The Michigan Daily Detroit ofers cosmopolitan alternative By ALAN FANGER While many University students are turned off by Detroit's image, behind the stigma lies a haven for those desiring a taste of "bigcity life." Only 45 minutes away by car, the Motor City adequately fills the social and cultural void left open by a smaller town like Ann Arbor. One popular diversion offered in the automobile mecca is Gr...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 97

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 6, 1979-Page E-7 nn Arbor: It wasn't always this wa By JULIE ENGEBRECHT It is sometimes difficult to imagine Ann Ar- bor without the University. The development of the institution that would eventually put Ann Arbor on the map began more than a century ago, and ever since, a healthy chunk of the city's residents have been drawn here by the growing college. So it is not surprising that the history of the ...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 98

…Page E-8-Thursday; September 6, 1979-The Michigan Daily 2- A parks: getting away from it all Area retreats offer recreation facilities By JULIE ENGEBRECHT There are times during the school year when some students feel that the only two places.left in the world are classrooms and libraries. At times like these, the only escape is the outdoors, and Ann Arbor offers a large selection of recreation spots for such retreats. Almost upon arrival, ma...…

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