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September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 51

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September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 52

…Page 52-Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily THE FOLKS EXPECT YOU TO. WRITE HOME ONCE IN A WHILE . .. 4 F ' 4 , as i. i0 d 64 4 kC 36jMV3 FAj Counsel Very soon, you will not only become a part of the University community but you will also find yourself in the midst of a $ ,.whole new environment-a diverse city with a lot to offer students who are willing to put down their books and spend a little time out in the 'real world.' But...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 53

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 7, 1978-Page 53 ,HE UNIVERSITY AND ANN ARBOR: A marriage of convenience By KEN PARSIGIAN It is easy to divide Ann Arbor into a niversity community and a city com- iunity, but the two are not' distinct. hey interact constantly, and while leir relationship is basically solid, it is iso sometimes strained. The relationship revolves around two ey points-the University reimbursing ie city for use of its serv...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 54

…Page 54-Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily t Ann Arbor Area III 'It I 11 i23 KG p fi , Ds -R v 9 RM RVm 0PA EcTT <ER 81RTit T 4J Pa O CAMPSO X SAZ 11.0AlCT a.. OOWINDLEARR E 4 DW. 7C hF . m R c ca JJ O ENv DEc7aL.-AP4A ' 04 O o not h CE E<C 9S> LL LOW ~N < WOSIYH l-2 S E }M GA 9HR YL O N C T RID Qty w HIONP BLE°WCREEKc Z N Q 5 / '1 PH EA SEN TCA C …

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 55

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 7, 1978-Page 55 The ins and outs of Ann Arbor info T une in toA ByR.J.SMITH a dose of Despite the onslaught of television, night, the the "golden age of Radio" still lives on FM scale, in a fairly healthy form in Ann Arbor. jazz recor For those listeners who delight in THE UN spouting long strings of "you-alts"andsWRCN, a drinking Lone Star beer, Ann Arbor's and WUO newest station, WNRS, offers a range...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 56

…Page 56-Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily nn Arbor: to see, places to be The living is easy in A2 parks Daily Photo by JOHN KNOX A thick blanket of snow envelops the Arb lending it to winter sports like cross-country skiing and traying. OCU-in on-t en Ci - Tin .-Focusingi o he itys fi By RENE BECKER another Ann Arbor landmark -- the local color at once is the Few towns the size of Ann Ar- Drake's Sandwich Shop. Farmer's Market...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 57

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 7, 1978-Page 1 A2 consumerism: Rip-offs just around the corner By DAN OBERDORFER In any town where .residents depend on bicycles for transportation and students are willing to pay top-dollars to shop close to home, exorbitant prices. prevail. And Ann Arbor is no exception. Ac- cording to data released by the American Chamber of Commerce Association in March, consumer prices in Ann Arbor were 10 percent ...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 58

…age 58-Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily s, 2 Wne No tteir rom left to right, Council member Ronald Trowbridge, Mayor Louis Belcher and Council members Susan Greenberg and en Latta discuss an important city issue. AREA LEGISLATORS Laying down the laws By MICHAEL ARKUSH Ann Arbor is a city of many contra- dictions. It's centered physically and financially around a major university famous for its progressive and sometimes radical...…

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

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 7, 1978-Page 59 Counci dances to a GOP tune Daily Photo by ANDY FREEBERG Members of the Washtenaw County Coalition Against Apartheid protest University investments in South Africa. 'Campus Iactivists pla0y poli,1t ics (Continued from Page 58) I'm misunderstanding this, but . Like Morris, Greene represents the Second Ward staunchly, especially on issues of student concern. Susan Greenberg (D-First Ward) ...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 60

…Oae 60-Thursday,,September 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily To Serve YOU Best 5%k~ES '5. %y0SSe90 Ge hQe Se 00 SGO°Ggy S Se epr49 ' 3900 a d o oe e A s r , 9 r r ". Q 6 0 $. 49 Af j 6rh : B6 00 8 309. SE D E is I ATUP TO 'AOFF For Every Course on the Michigan Campus USED BOOKS Our stock of GOOD USED Books is the largest in the city and at the BEST PRICES! We guarantee the correct Book for every course. to serve you best- In this ad, we...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 62

…Page 62-Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan paily You and ; the'U Finally, we bring you what is perhaps a less than-rosy portrait of 2 the University. You've already been bombarded by University } booklets and brochures and have probably been through orientation. As a result, you've begun to form Syour own opinions and have a small idea of what your stay at the University will be like. But it's a big place and there's a lot to learn. So,...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 63

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 7, 1978-Page 63 RESEARCH PROJECTS BUILD PRESTIGE: 'U' exploring new frontiers By DAN OBERDORFER Chief among the factors behind the University's prestigious reputation- along with the football program-is the quantity and quality of the research that goes on here. If judged solely on the basis of dollars spent, over $75 million annually, the University ranks among an exclusive cluster of five or six top...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 64

…Page 64-Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily Daily. By SHELLEY WOLSON After arriving at the University and settling into your new environment, inevitably the need to find a niche of your own other than your new home will arise. To alleviate some of those first feelings of displacement, coming to The Daily can be a worthwhile step to take. Whether or not you're journalistically inclined, you don't have to be a Wood- ward or Bernstein...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 65

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 7, 1978-Page SI t Minority groups establish services MSS- helping minorities through the 'U'-- By ELISA ISAACSON The trials and tribulations of one's first encounter with the University-feelings of alienation, in- significance and academic pressure-affect all students to some extent, but they seem to weigh even more heavily on minority students. Minority Student Services (MSS), located on the third floor...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 66

…ge 66-Thursday; September 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily Shortages plague By RICHARD BERKE In most college towns, students don't concern themselves with the housing market. They figure housing is housing and besides scraping up enough cash for the monthly rent, there's little need to worry about it. Not so in Ann Arbor. IN THIS CITY, housing is a prime concern of students, whether they live in dormitories, apar- tments, or houses. Ann Arbor has ...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 67

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 7, 1978-Page 6 Adm'nistrators:Min Regents hold the final authority ding the 'U's busines By BRIAN BLANCHARD Like any board of directors overseeing a large interest, the University's Regents regularly approve building and razing, vote in new programs, dissolve old ones and question-before approving-an enormous * annual budget. But unlike the boards of GM or, Ford, the eight public officials sit atop an ...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 68

…Page 68-Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily ACADEMIC PRESSURE OFTEN OVERWHELMING When the going gets tough By RENE BECKER The pressure to succeed at this University, which all students must en- dure, is real. But first-year students tend to suffer from a distinct brand of pressure which stems from fear of the unknown, exaggerated tales of "cut- throat competition" and an unrealistic view of their limitations and goals.f . . / This...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 69

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 7, 1978-Page 69 ThA festival of fri sb E9sW, rak uww frisbees, freaks By R. J. SMITH Just as all roads led to Rome, similarly well-travelled are the Univer- sity paths which eventually cross at the Diag. The Diag, short for diagonal, is physically and symbolically the center of campus. Running diagonally from Kresge's to Baskin-Robbins and on the opposite diagonal from the Union to the Chemistry Buildin...…

September 07, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 1) • Page Image 70

…'oge 70-Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily X T'I'INUShAINTIU #UlIC FEE T !! , ti Yep, we've g hatl's what ot, alright- qq and FOUR (4) DIFFERENT SIZES to choose from. p n'< .,sr , "'+ . .; . , .- . ~ : EARLY and GET THE SIZE YOU WANT......... r ales UNIT 8 MONTHS 2 Cu. Ft. REFRIGERATOR .............39.60' 2'/2 Cu. Ft. REFRIGERATOR ...........45.60 3 Cu. Ft. REFRIGERATOR ............. 48.00 5 Cu. Ft. REFRIGERATOR .........…

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