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…Thursday, September 4, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three Thursday, September 4, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Marijuana-easy, loose in Ann Arbor By PAUL HASKINS First-time visitors to Ann Arbor and those parental types who haven't drop- ped in since Jonas Salk made headlines in the University's Rackham Build- ing tend to go weak-kneed and slack- jawed when first exposed to a covey of cannibis - consumers jauntily par- taking in their favorite...…

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…1Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 4, 197 1Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September ~, I91~ The Word of God: A community. a life 0E By PAUL HASKINS It's Thursday evening on Ann Ar- bor's West Side and hundreds of townspeople converge on the social hall of a local junior high. Friend- ly and collected, the crowd is over- stated neither in appearance nor behavior, the kind of demographic cross-section that would do a s...…

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…Thursday, September 4; 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Fivi Thursday, September 4, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Pivi atmosphere. Bob Rodriguez recalls a meeting in which a "visitor stood up and gave a prophecy that was totally off the wall. He started to prophesize and he wouldn't stop. Everybody stood up and started speaking in tongues and he broke down and cried . . . Somehow, ev- erybody got the same cue." WORD OF GOD is still a neophyte ...…

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…Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 4, 19 75 Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September4, 1915 Sororities: Catering to the plush needs of traditional women By ANN MARIE LIPINSKI Sorority life. Beyond sparkling images of non-intelligible Greek syllables, and the stereotyped all-Ameri- k' can woman with the whistle- clean look of a Seventeen mo- del, those two words also spell 'home' for a minority of Uni- versity females ...…

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…Thursday, September 4, 1975 1 HE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Sever Thursday, September 4, 1975 1 HE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven The Daily cranks it out By JO MURPHY On the second floor of the Stu- dent Publications Building is a huge, cavernous room which re- sembles the belly of a whale more than what is actually is- the city room of the Michiganj Daily. It is generally a mess with newspapers, wire machine pa- per, copy paper, magazines, dic- tio...…

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…Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 4, 1975 Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 4, 1975 ate ries . eand a S 0 0 0 As many people can attest to, spending too much time coop- ed up in a dorm room and always eating the stuff Food Services wants to serve you can be hazardous to your mental and physi- cal stability. It is in this light that we offer you this short guide on where to please your palate in and a...…

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…Thursday, September 4, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nin Film groups off wide variety of By JEFF SORSENSEN 1 Although most student activi- ties and groups have been on the decline in the past few years, student-run film societies and local movie theatres have been booming as never before. Response to the c i n e ma" among students has snowballed to such an extent that attend- ance figures have more than doubled since 1970 while the number...…

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…Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, bepternbert, r THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, september ~, Iv ':, -K I I t IA I ££J Lf - *1 hi i a )u :1 - ...,,, , i !r! : 4 ... i s s ani a 1 I l 1 - . Ir i r. i ' 1 /" _ w' ,. , j' . j, .', L 1 j t / i " w 0 'I I 4 ( 4 sizes to choose front) I models of * as for can el,that iur room- you can & drinks? JUs pennies a d ice,a 1 cold RATES UNIT TERM USE RATE TAX 2 CU. FT. REF...…

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… Sir 6 :4!Iatity Section Six .Academics Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, September 4, 1975 El ight Pages lA * N F- i ti ' ,:" . 4: . .,} ., " i i ' irp iJ s k of ;,ill I11li ', t I s ttl!y ' ,o '. ,j i , JC.; ' i, th",er l / 41t { i ; ,,.: ' rat ! !. ' l t i . '. 4t n , L ,! . i i i ( I i, Yiy! ~t!, # lj w ': r0 LoJ '6 I4 0 o Qzwi 4W. : i 'Ki 'X M . : t,; , , , ,. ,;' :: ; ,1; ,. l'. ,. .,;_ . i 1 ,l': K ff IY, s x r, r "Io...…

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…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 4, 1975"' s I I I I Int'l. Center offers wide services By GEORGE LOBSENZ Nestled in the southwestern- most corner of the Michigan Un- ion, adjoining West Quad on the ground level is the International Center, one of the more obscure resource centers at the Univer- sity. Despite the wide variety of services offered by the Center, many students still regard it as a facility solely concerned...…

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…Thursday, September 4, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY lii u rsday, September 4, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY urriculum changes By SUSAN ADES Most current and incoming students were incorrectly crawling around in their playpens when the last thorough revision of the literary college (LSA) Faculty Code was done by the Univer- sity. In the fall of 1972, for the first time in two decades, a Graduation Require- ments Commission (GRC) was estab- lished to...…

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…Page Four. THE . I M1GaAN DAILY Thursday, SeptOr bar 4, 11)75 Page FGur THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thu rsd~y, September 4, 1 ~75 V ho's who In University academia Fleming: the cool, collected pres Rhodes: Liberal prof turned VP If you ever pass a man with short silver hair, wearing granny spec- tacles, an elegant but conservative suit, and a gently paternal smile, rest assured you are within touching dis- tance of the President of the Univ...…

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…Thursday, Sepfembr 4, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ' Page Five Thursday, September 4, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'Page Five I -.,.u... paDER 4 N " H I AUDIO SERVICE CENTER "THE FULLY-EQUIPPED AUDIO LABORATORY" ACOUSTIC RESEARCH ADVENT ADMIRAL ADS AIKO AIRLINE AIWA AKAI AKG ALLEGRC ALLIED ALPHA ALTEC AMPEX ARVIN ATTEND-A-PHONE AUDIO-TECHNICA AUDIOVOX AUTOMATIC RADIO BANG & OLUFSEN BASF BAYLOR BELAIR BELL BELL & HOWELL BENJAMIN BEOGRAM B. G. W....…

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…Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Fhursday, September 4, 191 ' THE MiCHIGAN DAILY fhursday, September ~I, 1913 I Opportunity Program counsels, aids minorities I I By TIM SCHICK Since 1964; the Opportunity Program has been counseling minority and disadvantaged stu-t dents at the University and aid-; ing them in pursuing their edu- cational goals. The program, originally started for minorities only, was noticeably absent from the campus in th...…

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…L ursday,' September 4, 1975, THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven ' THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven Course Mart offers he unique, differen n liera e ucation By BETH NISSEN When Course Mart was born in 1968, it was described as "stock market in courses" where students and faculty would rade ideas for new courses that were not offered through .stablished LSA departments. "The Course Mart will stimulate a market in courses where eachers and student...…

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…Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'Thursday, September 4, 191' THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September dl, 191 . To Serve I YOU Best rs7' apt 3p:0 soh- of 6 6:30 .0000 12 0 6.00 fed0Se00 0o.,00 TI'4r~ 9 8. IY0 fr . Ip SED E I T 0 Li ; . t .° ; ;F For Every Course on the Michigan Campus 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. In this ad, we...…

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