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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...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 99

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 6, 1979-Page E-9 Makin' By JOHN SINKEVICS It's early Saturday evening and you're just raring to gosee Manhattan for the fourth time at Briarwood. But your friend cancelled out, and now you haven't a ride. Never fear: public tran- sportation can provide just the service needed for emergencies like this. stop sig The city and the University both offer Dial-A-] relatively inexpensive modes& of tran- where t...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 100

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September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 101

…17 schools and colleges ensure diversity By JULIE ENGEBRECHT The large size of 'the University means many things-both good and bad-to many people. But despite any negative consequences of the Un- viersity's size, it is this very bigness which allows for one of its most prized credentials: academic diversity. " This characteristic is evidenced by the presen- ce of 17 different schools and colleges within the single University. The size of the...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 102

…Page F-2--Thursday, September 6, 1979-The Michigan Doily So you wantto be a doctc By JOHN GOYER Of the 7,000 freshpersons v to Ann Arbor each year with becoming doctors, lawyers, professionals, only about 70 per cent-of those students reach their goals. Many of the students will1 drive because of disillusionn the field, others because of ti competi'on. And still others w out, only to be rejected by the their choice. But it's clear that mat pr...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 103

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 6, 1979-Page F- EXPERIENTIALICO UR SES, SEMINA RS, A ND FIELD WORK OFFERED Different class formats enhance 'U' curriculum By JOHN SINKEVICS Students often complain about sitting long hours in stuffy lecture rooms day after day, absent-mindedly taking notes and often falling asleep. nBut courses at the University are not always confined to classroom lectures. In fact, students here have the oppor- tuni...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 104

…Page F-4-Thursday, September 6, 1979-The Michigan Daily It's man vs. machine at CRISP (man often loses) * ByELEONORA DI LISCIA f your idea of fun is feverishly running around campus and waiting in long lines, then CRISP is for you. If not, the University's course registration system may be just one of the, headaches you'll.have to endure at least once a term. SEvery semester University students must go through{ CRISP-Computer Registration In...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 105

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 6, 1979-Page F-5 'U, architecture changes with the times By AMY DIAMOND On the southern edge of the Diag, an imposing edifice dominates the landscape. Towering over this archaic building is a modern skyscraper. However, both of these are one in the same, the Graduate Library. Campus planners have chosen to combine the old with the new with regards to the University's architecture. The buildings scatter...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 106

…Page F-6-Thursday, September 6, 1979-The Michigan Daily LSA honors: Special courses, less red tape By PATRICIA HAGEN Honors students-sometimes charac- terized by impossibly high SAT scores, skip-grafted calculators, Coke-bottle lensed glasses, and constant vigils in the carrels of the Grad1ate Library-have been variously described as "gifted," "normal," and even "weird." Philosophy Prof. Jack Meiland, the new director of the Honors Program o...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 107

…I The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 6, 1979-Page F-7i 'U' matures during 162 years of educating and picks up football and prestige on the way By SARA ANSPACH Regents decide to increase fees in all colleges. -headline from the Daily, Jan. 27,1923 Some things never change, or so it may seem. But things have changed around the University in the last 162 years. The on- ce-sprawling landscape is now enclosed by buildings. Much has grown and...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 108

… Page F-8-Thursday, September 6, 1979-The Michigan Daily. 17 schools offer diverse academic community 4, (Continued from Page 1) Business Administration Today's lucrative job market in business has made the School of Business Administration attractive to many University students. But the desirability of a business degree has made entrance into business schools competitive nationwide. "You can't really be safe (about admittance) unless it (yo...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 109

…5. U. of California, Berkeley........ 6. Stanford U.......... 7. Princeton U. ......... 8. U. of Michigan..... . 9. U. of Wisconsin, Madison ............ 400% 29% 23% 12% 10% 1% 1% One of the 5 Best T 1 1 Harvard U..... 2. U. of California, Berkeley . ... 3. U. of Wisconsin, Madison.. 4. Stanford U......... 5. Yale U........... 6 U. of Michigan .. ..... 7.-Massachusetts Institute of Technology..... 8. Cornell U. ........... One of the 5 ...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 110

… Page F-10-Thursday, September 6, 1979-The Michigan Daily (Continued from Page 9) Pick a library, any library 1. Harvard U.. ... 2. Stanford U.: 3. Yale U. . ..... .... . 4. Johns Hopkins U ... 5. U. of California, Los Angeles.... . . 6. Columbia U........ 7. Washington U. (Mo) 8. U. of California, San Francisco Med. Ctr. 9. Duke U........... 10. U. of Pennsylvania ... 11. U. of Washington .... One of the 5 Best The Best 65% 31% 34% 9% 29% ...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 111

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 6, 1979-Page F-11 USED FOR STUD YAND SOCIALIZING: Libraries dot campus (Continued from Page 10) THE AVAILABILITY of, reserve readings "really depends on how many books the professor puts out, how many people have to do the reading, and how long they wait to do the reading," said Aileen Murray, a student assistant at the library. . The UGLI and the Grad both have elaborate electronic detectors at their ex...…

September 06, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 1) • Page Image 112

….Page F-12-Thursday, September 6, 1979-The Michigan Daily --------------- - - ------ ------------------------------------- 1-111161111m ill i i , R --- -------- I i i ., 1 All of our e S for GREAT Select ion I University courses are priced . at5%.V.. BELOW LIST PRICES. Ifyou should change your mind You'll find textbooks, located Upstairs on the 2nd Floor Ballroom of the, Michigan Uno.. i(C I 0-\, lU I I, 1 ," r S ) 9) 0 dOU I...…

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