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September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…I NEW STUDENT EDITION el tt i ai1 NEW STUDENT EDI'TION I. LIX, No. 1 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, September 7, 1978 70 Pages, Plus Supplement Regents.hike undergrad ees /0 By RENE BECKER Inflation goes up, state funding goes down, tility costs jump and, as a result, every year niversity tuition is a bit higher. The University Regents voted last April to "ise per term tuition for Michigan residents to 965 for upperclass students-increasi...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…n Daily I Mfichigan Daily New Student Edition UIe d igbiawn 1 auig EDITORIAL STAFF: Welcome to the University -of Michigan and the Michigan Daily.. When you picked up this edition of the paper, you probably wondered how we can put out such a big newspaper every day, but you have been somewhat misled. The fact is that we've worked all summer to bring you this special edition filled with all the information you need for a complete introduct...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…d t .f tXJY SEE NE&s 6 PEX cALL' 5 MY Wish you were here' Dear Folks, Having a wonderful time here in Ann Arbor. The weather has been great, lots of sunshine but don't get to the beach too often. We're staying at the Student Publications Building, 420 Maynard. There's lots of nice people here at The Daily. And the night life-simply wild! Drinks are cheap-10 cents a bottle-and the entertainment is fabulous. We've changed at least 20 typewrite...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…Page 4--Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily r' A2: Home of 60s activism ,K Eighty-Nine Years of Editorial Freedom Vol. LIX, No. 1 News Phone: 764-0552 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan The role of the editorial T HE TITLE "newspaper" is some- thing of a misnomer for this publication; it encompasses much more than just news. Most notable in this respect is the editorial page. The function of all edi...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

…eeps So By RENE BECKER The Regents voted unanimously last March not to sell University-owned stocks and bonds in corporations which operate in South Africa, despite moun- ting protest against the investment policy at this University and others across the.nation.- The South African investment issue las been gaining momentum on American college campuses for several years. The debate moved to the fore at this University in the spring of 1977 .wh...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…Page 6--Thursday, September7, 1978-The Michigan Daily Campus security: x Watching over ' £,~ By R. J.SMITH On the second floor of her dormitory, a ,tudent is taking a shower. A man enters sud- -4pnly, and attacks her. Her screams bring fpgeople out into the hall outside the bathroom. They call University security. j -,There is fortune and misfortune in this. BY THE TIME the guard downstairs enters Sbe hallway, the attacker has left the room...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 7, 1978--Page 7 Undergraduate Tuition Hikes , since 1975 1976 1977 1978 10.6% f' 9.4% 96%9.6% t 6.0% Underclass Upperclass Upperclass Non-resident Resident Non-resident Tenure: Pinning down, specifics (Continued from Page 3) though it could, as it does, recruit heavily for minorities. But all members of the University community contacted expressed support for what they con- sider to be a- well-intent...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 8

…age 8-Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan Doily Roll out the red carpet: 'U' freshfolk arrive (Continued from Page 1) 'Woman, dad, not child," was the eply from an older daughter. :'or some Univesity students, however, there is cause for ai leasure-a recently received an- isuncement that they are victims of the ,erennial shortage of available dor- itory space. John Finn, acting sociate housing director, said there are about 25 freshwom...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 9

…a. The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September7, 1978-Page Housing considers Hill area meal consolidation by RICHARD BERKE Sleepy, slipper-clad diners who like to stumble down to their Sunday dinner just before the cafeteria doors slam, may eventually have to break their last-minute eating habits. The University Housing Office is con- sidering plans to consolidate food ser- vice for the Hill area dormitories with a. central dining hall behind Mos...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 10

…-Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan daily 1 e 00 0 0 $; f 0-4%1 4 Qi iiii - r" Q I 1 1 LhOL "1 p C Y' Y rf 1 . k r r , P 4 f F 4 b S d . C ,. .. f . - . k !. Y., R' K S 1 * $35.00 for the school year 1* No Deposit Required Free Delivery and Pick-Up Guaranteed to work CONTACT: ANN ARBOR MUSIC MART Ir 336 S. STATE STREET ANN ARBOR, MICH. 769-4980 CU s lstat s Di __ 2 cu. ft. units .IA~ II4A il- L '/J L2c 3...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 7, 1978-Page 1 REGENTS APPROVE PLAN FOR MORE SPACE Union to become student center;: By SHELLEY WOLSON $1.50. President Fleming described the "We've quadrupled programming for programming such as coffee hous Plans to revitalize the Union with sum as "less than the price of a movie." this year, starting with a kick-off "We also hope to arrange more lo ore student programming are now After the proposal was u...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 12

…1290 AM RC, Pilot programs: More than a classroom By MITCH CANTOR Amidst all the bureaucracy and confusion of this big University are two academic programs designed to make new students feel more at ease in their new surroundings. Emphasizing a more intimate and comfortable at- mosphere within which to study, the Pilot Program and the Residential College (RC) offer a different approach to standard University life. Both programs serve as alte...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 13

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 7, 1178 Page 13 lected mayor after year-long legal battle By JULIE ROVNER The Michigan-Ohio State football game, the Hash Bash and commen- cement are allannual events in this town and voting for mayor just might become one, too. As of today, the person who occupies the head chair at City Council meetings is Louis Belcher, a 38 year-old businessman. But keep a scorecard BELCHER BECAME mayor last April af...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 14

…-Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily TC&NOMICS 789* *(Advanced Non-University Course-Beating the High Cost of Campus Living) LESSON No.1: LESSON No.2: f i ' :i;i i' t 1 1' Instruments I Texas ii ,ooo S. The T-IM-a five-function calculator that's simply b auti- ISIS I \ ful. Lghtweiht, economical, ass rithetcproblems fast. At home, school, or office, ' ithe Ti-1OO electronic calculator, for basic calculating. X a ONLY C*/ $...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 15

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 7,1978-Page 15 F ya;aa xx 4iT 1x 4= +z" Ae S 0 <. ..)riff k S v 3 Sy r1Y p £ w Y na D 4 i ; 4 a 4 aY a . H <b . fw4rtal L. n( >' i c '^"y r z Sv, Q + £ v & i r aaP , YNf Y4 Yb 2F' j ° Y a n a S i y h x t °55'' S : x pp fc u 2 '6. > S '4S. 4 L ' to e~R Ki f 4 w a 8 " ' S .'b :k a °y i £ 1 ' .f r I a * p'N {' i '" ?. yph&k". s ^ r , z &y ,.gS Fp y&rgd ¢'i 4Yi TR aef°8 rr f9 Y'P 51S " tfta ' .k~ " 'a Ry K1:1...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 16

…Page 16-Thursday, September 7, P ) Shown enlarged Personalized Stick-Pins Stick-pins are all the rage and when they're personalized with an elegant hand-cut initial they become even more appreciated. In sterling silver or 14K gold by Leonore Doskow. With block letter in Sterling ..,...... $7.50 In 14K Gold .......$20.00 With script letter in Sterling . $1000 In 14K Gold ........ $30.00 JEW E LRY AN D. FI NE WATC H Es 1 11 13 SOUTH UNIVERSi T Y...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 17

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday September 7, 1978-Page 17 Daily Photo by JOHN KNOX Ie a soments By JAY LEVIN Every Thursday during my junior year, Rick, Alan or I would cook meatloaf for dinner. It wasn't just any meatloaf, mind you. Ours contained meat, mustard, soy sauce, ketchup and just about anything that wasn't nailed down. Alan had a great Pyrex baking dish and we'd shape the meatloaf into a mound-like figure, shove it into the oven and f...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 18

…'age 18-Thursday, September 7 1978-The Michigan Daily I i1 GetToKw Us On South University Avenue Iy h CcWVQUECK I I I This 100/0OFF rPos IiI IF PRESENTED WHEN ORDERING I XEROX COPIES OR OFFSET DUPLICATING I I PR O FT1 FFSETAND XFROX COPYING COLLATING, STAPLING, BINDING 1 _- I r I 1S769-0560 1217 S, UNIVERSITY, ANN ARBOR CONVENIENT LOCATION ON CAMPUS I I r WE WILL COPY YOUR NOTES, TERM PAPERS I THESIS, BOOKS, RESUMES, AND ANYTHING I ELSE T...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 19

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 7, 1978-Page AF Perspectives JK n : , There are many moments of experience in Ann Arbor and these photographs capture just a few of them. Starting from the top going clockwise: a solitary pedestrian appears to be floating as he trudges up the ramp at the Dental School; three members of the track team jog around the Track and Tennis Building; every fall, swarms of blackbirds and starlings gather at d...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 20

…Great expectations By PAUL ENGSTROM Speculation on the future naturally sparks insecurity in any college-bound, high school graduate. Expectations of life as a first-year University of Michigan student for example, can launch feelings of anxiety and turmoil in even the least neurotic member of the future class of '82, myself included. These feelings are certainly not un- founded, considering new students base their impression of university li...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 21

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 7. 1478-Page 2t, a ?A lt 0 0. ss ,,. Universty'sgreatestse Students: By SHELLEY WOLSON A man strolls across the Diag, dressed in khaki shorts, muslin shirt and strums a guitar as his waist-length brown hair sways in the breeze. An ROTC officer passes him hurriedly, but the two nod their hellos. There is a great variety of students who come to this University and this fact tops my list of the University'...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 22

…'age 22--Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily e pu U bac 0 in the big 'U Q I The Office of muu ent Services 3000 Michigan union 764-7423r 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 main me...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 23

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 7, 1978-Page 23 If you knew Susie By Jeffrey Selbst twisting her hands. The clock struck one, then* S HE SAT AT the table,n two, followed' by three; four was close at hand. She didn't know what to do, so there at the table she sat. She twisted her hair into ringlets, and she looked at the clock. Night wore-' Paul ripped the sheet out of the typewriter savagely. No good. He felt defeated. He'd been ...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 24

…Page 24-Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily No breath wasted here, but silence hardly golden By BRIAN BLANCHARD We met several times a week in a 'small Mason Hall classroom overlooking the snow-covered Diag to mull over nothing less than the entire second half of Europe's history. Steve, our TA, would begin by lighting a ,cigarette, then draw his hiking boots up underneath his wooden chair before leaning into his work: a series of...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 25

…9 The Michigan Daily-ThL sday, September 7, 1978-Page 25 Grad School: Di I adm rh e impossible. dream ing a toe in pre-med water Y SELBST olfactory senses constantly plugged up sounded vaguely dirty to me, but what to observe Chanukah with my family cked in by the lure by the repellent odor of formaldehyde. did I know, being in effect a freshman stayed up all night for nights on end., I. pp By JEFFREY nit it. I was suc ly. I All of the ...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 26

…-Thursday, September 7,.1978-The Michigan Daily STANDING IN LINE MAKE YOU FEEL LIKE A WOODEN STATUE? STEVE, BOB, NANCY, SUE, SANDI, ANNE, DOUGLAS, PAUL AND RICK DO NOT LIKE TO SEE YOU STANDING IN LONG LINES WITH NO END IN SIGHT. THAT'S WHY THEY CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO ATTEND THIS FALL'S BOOKRUSH AT LACO BOOKSTORE-HOME OF ANN ARBOR'S SHORTEST TEXTBOOK LINES. WE'RE THE SMALLEST TEXTBOOK STORE IN TOWN, AND BECAUSE WE'RE SMALL, WE DON'T TRY TO ...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 27

…The Michigpn Daily Thursday, September 7, 1978-Page y ds Uf.3°^?x ^s .,U 'm Tn rC S.x::S .; 'v ;, :>:' .'' . , '. w.,. ....1Y k? sr -:::. .<r .,.. ._ >, gy S; :r.3. : .. t. / :z5=. f ,.Y f: ff :s,'" L i~ r":.>:. .. i. ": ,.,,: ', "9 .X'.. ..x ,. ,....,., ..vR _ . ._.. .._. .,:o. a ffi .., ,. _. , ._. .-..., ,. ....,:, . . 3 x >t.a , 8 . r .. J p , ..... ... .h f. .... , , t ,...,..{.. a ,...,,.. ..,.._'. > .r , :... ... ....,., r _ .,.. v!h,. ...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 28

…Page 28-Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan Doily 'M' nine thrown into. World Series NW U U E r t WE m - NoW : w y IfU Pitchers propel Wolverines to 3rd league title in four years By JAMIE TURNER The 1978 edition of the Michigan baseball team did not have either outstanding talent at many positions, nor significant depth past the front liners. Nevertheless, the Wolverines were able to mold themselves into a team capable of winning th...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 29

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 7; 1978--Page 29 If at first you don 't succeed .0 0 o and Co. a defense I By CUB SCHWARTZ In this post-Watergate era, a rather iteresting, if not distant comparison as been made by some sports obser- ers between Richard Nixon and Bo chembechler. Vowing complete riousness, they point out not only the milarity of errors (b6th have eroded blic confidence) but the similarity in ver-ups. They depict t...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 30

…Page 30-Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily Women make National splash; finish in top ten By PAUL CAMPBELL While other women's sports at Michigan are just learning to walk, thereis one squad on campus which started run- ning three years ago and hasn't stopped accelerating since. It's not a track team, though. Their running is done parallel to the ground, not perpendicular. They wear skin tight nylon suits and really can't do the...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 31

…F1 h *drc By GARY KICINSKI Two years ago, not much was bpected of the Michigan hockey team. Ut after finishing third in the WCHA e icers went all the way to the NCAA Ials, where they lost to Wisconsin in lie championship game. Last year, a lot was expected of the Sichigan hockey team. Too much, as it rmed out, since the Wolverines could ye more easily passed as a skydiving am than a hockey team. Ranked mber one in the country at one point, e i...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 32

…Page 32-Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily PROGRAM IMPROVING, EXPANDING Recruits key to cage success Abby the tal strong the nu 44 Q4 ale m By CUB SCHWARTZ Don Canham runs the Michigan Athletic Department like a business. Over the years he has developed and marketed a number of very successful products, such as football, basketball, hockey, etc. But being the successful businessman he is, Canham realizes the vitality of his depa...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 33

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 7, 1978-Page 33 Donakowski gone, but talented harriers set fot title chase By ERNIE DUNBAR When Michigan's cross country team enters its fifth season under the direc- tion of coach Ron Warhurst, the harriers will be in a unique situation. Prior to last season's disappointing fourth place finish in the Big Ten Championships the harriers had never failed to capture the conference title for their coach. Th...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 34

…Page 34-Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily Big Ten champs! Men's tennis and track squads dominate circuit By HENRY ENGELHARDT Brian Eisner has done a rather splendid job as coach of Michigan's men's tennis team. In his nine years on the job, his teams have won nine Big Ten titles. That's right, nine for nine. And Eisner sees no reason why next spring shouldn't add number 10 to the list. THE 1978 SQUAD was actually hard- pressed...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 35

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 7, 1978-Page 35 Tech Hifi offers to refund your money (not. just give you an equipment exchange) if you're not 100% happy with how our components sound in your home. You can take up to 7 days after your purchase to change your mind, and get your money $ back, no hassle. How can we afford to make an offer like this? Because of our confidence in the quality of the equipment we sell. Take our value-priced ...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 36

…'age 36-Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily FROM REC SPORTS TO OFFICIATING Relax, IM has it all By BOB MILLER Time is winding down, your team :rails by one... the enemy quarterback irops back for a pass-and YOU inter- 3ept it for the winning touchdown, iving your team the championship. NO, IT ISN'T a special segment of 'Fantasy Island," the aforementioned ituation could actually occur, provided ou are competing in the University...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 37

…TRACK, GOLF TEAMS MORE COMPETITIVE. The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 7, 1978-Page 37 FINAL 1977-78 MICHIGAN GAME HOCKEY STATISTICS Women By ELISA FRYE was a rem While the "major" revenue-earning with all ti ;ports at Michigan continue to bring in mons. iot only the most money but the most All nine ttention, "minor" sports tend to be ning next lisregarded. Even so, the coaches of four recrui hese teams continue to coach and the "These f...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 38

…Page 38-Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily I ------------ 1! 1 k I i R 1 1 'i i All of our e', Boolks for University courses are priced at 5 % BELOW LIST PRICES. If you should change your mind I avuULd UIJK, no prbe.. simply return the-- nuurhchzP 1.- %A a %A ~A & your receipt within FULL I a tck t tion of S 2 Weeks fora B uet R EUD OIditLion , w e also 1 he largest selec- good conditionj - __d We have. AL c o r e Bole'o...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 39

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 7, 1978-Page 39 Y % :a :: . . ^. : . '9.: a . .r : _. Iowl I 1 r. x " X..w, S q sd fir 3 l x ua ' a Ir 11 1475 f 4 T s dg l t t s d '. - ss a 2 ., V 1 J x rT 5 ". dk r t a k Y K 2 : eo, II > 3 1} e Zw x - e A o fi n s @ d " y « dom. > -0' t x x e. b' \ Rsv ' vrw fv\ ..; i .: f y 4 w GyyYC i y\ \ X d : 4M N f h c e i 3y, 3s pis v px 4 8.mw Ii . 4 '"i i s v p p p p ^ jvpn 81 :a ".i: .f. J'w iA1J e A Mf...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 40

…Page 40-Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily The. Finer Things After you get settled in your new University home, you will probably start looking for some refreshing ways to pass the time (even though there's always some school work you could be doing). The need for ex- tracurricular diversion will ultimately become most pressing. Since these activities are not totally necessary to a complete college education yet provide a fulfilli...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 41

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 7, 1978-Page 41 !\ow playing at your campus film co- op By OWEN GLEIBERMAN Somewhere over the last few years, e pattern of movie-going among >lege students changed drastically. h, I suppose we've always liked ovies quite a bit, and that the ergence of the "film generation"-a phemism for a generation reared on levision-was really inevitable. But e way this tranformation from mild Itists to self-proclaim...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 42

…Ann Arbor's a chorus line for aspir i By SHELLEY WOLSON One, two, pliez, four. Pirouette, pirouette, slide into an arabesque and then bring the leg to passe. Repeat. The leotards stretch and pull with the lithe bodies as they bend and sway in time to the beat. This is just one of many combinations to perfect before the rigorous rehearsal is over. WHETHER IT IS for personal fulfillment, individual expression, or just pure love of the activity,...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 43

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 7, 1978--Page 43 Campus alive with sounds of musc:i", House I ights up at Major Events By DOUGLAS HELLER After the stage is built, the amps con- iected and the bills paid, people like lackson Browne and Linda Ronstadt go' o work and the people from the iniversity's Office of Major Events can elax - until the next show. Most of the concerts by major recor- sing artists in Ann Arbor are brought to ,ampu...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 44

…Page 44=Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily All of Ann Arbor's a stage By STEPHEN PICKOVER So, you're finally in Ann Arbor, the mecca of the Midwest, as it is affec- tionately known, and you've got nothing to do. Bored with the tube, the trashy movies, and pedestrian pursuits like pinball, you decide that it's time to try something new, something live, ex- citing, spontaneous, fresh and fun. You are obviously hungry for some theat...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 45

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 7, 1978-Page 45 Folk, friends aboard the Ark (Continued from Page 43) special series of concerts featuring Michigan folk artists, many of whom had never played before a paying audience. Where else could you hear an Ozark Mountain flat-picker,,a British concer- tina master, a storyteller from Maine, or a nationally known harmonica wiz- zard from Ann Arbor? At the Ark, everybody strives for a closeness, A...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 46

…'age 46-Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily B a rs THE APARTMENT Huron Towers Apartments An older crowd frequents this quiet bar, which is rather expensive. Female students should be warned that elderly ents, often wearing toupees, like to in- roduce themselves here. BIMBO'S 114 E. Washington A wholesome~sort of bar, if there is such thing, old-fashioned sing-alongs are a ain attraction on the weekends. Also erves a full menu. HE B...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 47

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 7, 1978-Page 47 with loving care and taste excellent because of it. McDONALD'S 337 Maynard Every year, this popular but cheap restaurant adds something new to its menu. Whether it be new shake flavors, chocolate chip cookies or ice cream sundaes, McDonald's is still the only place to stave off your hunger as quickly as possible. OLGA'S KITCHEN 205 S. State Specializing in Greek food, the Olga sandwich co...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 48

…IPage 48-Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily You too can be a writer 0 . By JUNE LOEFFLER I can't even remember when I first heard mention of the Hopwoods. Chan- ce mention by a counselor at orien- tation, or an English TA? It might have been an article in The Daily. But memories of a time when Hopwood deadlines didn't rule my life have faded into oblivion, especially during those last few frenzied days of re-writing and polishi...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 49

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 7, 1978-Page49, Students keeping in tune (Continued from Page 43) recommends that student musicians prepare a piece for the fall audtions, but that it isn't absolutely necessary. The top vocal organization on campus is the Chamber Choir, according to Thomas Hilbish, director of University choirs. "It's a select group of 40 voices" which meets twice a week for an hour and a half. "About 99 percent of the ...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 50

…Page 50-Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily I ALLA 00 Non-Profit Boc , ' : ..v. /! t. ,. } / .}. . .. ~ , -- -- __ F _ - _ _._ --- _-: ikstore responsive to OUR needs! The University Cellar is a Non-Profit Corporation established and run to serve the University of Michigan Community (with emphasis on the Student needs) by providing goods and services when it became apparent that the private market was not adequately fulf...…

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