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September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 51

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981-Page 1 1-B Whatever Your Photo Needs - We Can Serve You! Complete Selection of Cameras, Accessor- ies, Darkroom Equipment and Supplies. Prompt-High Quality Photo fnishing *~~~~~~~ NEW----- -----mm 1 1 1 1 $1.00 Get Acquainted Coupon $1.00 This coupon worth $1.00 when making any purchase of $5.00 or more. Limit one coupon per customer Not valid after Oct. 31, 1981 $1.00 I I I 1 I I $1.00...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 52

…Page 12-B-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily High pressure a nemesis of students By PAMELA KRAMER Mary, a University student, told each of her housemates individually that she was considering killing herself. They all respected her wishes not to tell anyone, and each thought none of the others knew about the problem. Several weeks later, Mary hanged herself in her basement. One of the most popular myths surrounding suicide is th...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 53

… The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981-Page 13-B Plenty of academic couns By PAM FICKINGER It might seem reasonable to assume that course work is the most difficult part of college, but the point is debatable. Before students can even: think about coursework, they have to go through CRISP, and give at least some consideration to selection of distribution plan and area of concen- tration. The University's academic coun- seling progra...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 54

…0 Page 14-B-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily BIG4 GEORGE' S WELCOMES STUDENTS TO 4 ANN ARBOR 30 step programmable calculator, with I statistical functions plus safe- guard memories in a thin metal case. " 8 digit mantisso/two digit exponent LCD " 15 parenthesis 7 memories *PProgram fuuictions: LRN, Comp, Look, " Trig., inverse trig., log, degrees, ra- dians, gradiants and decimals two de- grees * Data, clear data, Numbe...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 55

…Tm The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, The Michigan Daily begins 92nd year as 'U' student newspar By LORENZO BENET plans to publish a new, extensive duties required tp p Every September, the Michigan weekly Arts magazine; the next day. Daily holds a recruiting meeting, and . Business department: Business This fall, Daily e about 100 potential Woodwards and staff handles the financial, advertising, will be working ons Bernsteins attend....…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 56

…0 Page 16-B-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily \. y Asa 'fY'3s f F r '. ;a h ; A f I s JE S -J 3{ ) RISE .R d o } , 4 y. Ss A 2 afx ry ; U'r y v HlixN N Y r. svS3 i: N f 3 .. E CM x s ' rrFrC ar 11 mom j :.. f U. v We've ie F iot t 01 :est I ec. !1 1 1 Tow 1 Huron Valle National :." ''I .j.. ,l .C .)' I /. , . ' 'A j. V *.J '. _. . S, 4 j1 " Y"'l aIrA iii I11 _Bank Member FDIC Phone All Offices: 761-22...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 57

… The MichiqarrDaily-Thursday, September 10, 1981-Page 17-B Transfer students discuss unique status at University By LISA CRUMRINE Along with the thousands of incoming first-year students in September, thousands more transfer to the University from other colleges. These students - most often juniors but often at other levels - ex- perience the same discoveries that await freshper- sons, but face unique pressures as they approach the completion...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 58

…Page 18-B-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily The art.. BY JULIE HINDS Although many students may find the greatest common denominator of the University is studying, the impor-. tance they attach to it ranges from just; squeezing by to overwhelming levels of obsession. "It's funny how you can study your life away and not know what's going on in the world," said Moe Curran, an LSA sophopmore. "Sometimes it seems like ~Reagan gets s...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 59

…. _ , The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981-Page 19-B Gay community active By JOHN ADAM Among the various groups throughout the University and city, the local gay community is one of the most ambitious. Struggling to increase their numbers and improve relations with the general population, gays in Ann Ar- bor are currently determined to assert themselves. According to spokespersons for various local organizations, Ann Arbor is a re...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 60

…Page 20-B--Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily UIrich's is 44 0 0 d 0 t 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 hand us your list of classes -we do all the work. No pawing through stacks looking for the right book-we hand it to you. Important Due to the unpr...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 62

…Page 2-C-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily State, U.S. reps adjust to fickle student activism 6 4 By NANCY BILYEAU While Mayor Louis Belcher and Company represent the perceived in- terests of Ann Arbor residents in the arena of city government, state and national representatives often focus on "student issues" in hopes of securing electoralvictory. In some years, when the political at- mosphere is intense, this strategy has pa...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 63

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981-Page 3-C ANN ARBOR CITY GOVERNMENT STUDENTS SHOW LOW INTEREST City halls are quiet First Ward This predominantly student ward, which includes South and West quads, is represented by Demo- cratic councilmembers Susan Greenberg and Low- ell Peterson. Greenberg's term will expire this April, but the newly-elected Peterson will not be challenged until 1983. second Ward Encompassing part of the Nor...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 64

…S Page 4-C-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily E ONGS op -rqFA & " AQ Pt- 9A OK IT AIN'T WHA T IT USED TO BE Ann Arbor, circa 1980 BY R. J. SMITH The mind boggles at the number of sociological studies, newspaper editorials, political speeches, and magazine articles devoted to telling us that the students of today Aren't What They Used To Be. The heart sinks. But it's a message that deserves to be delivered. Today's more introve...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 65

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981-Page 5-C Daily Photo by DAVID HARRIS TENANTS OF THE house at 736 S. State St. and their friends celebrate success in the city's first private rent control agreement last spring. Tenants Union assists beleagured renters By PAMELA KRAMER "What'll you do?" sigh thousands of tudents, year after year, about Ann - or's "unique" housing situation. . woes of high rents and poor living conditions in the...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 66

…Page 6-C-Thursday, September 10, 1981--The Michigan Daily Defending law Students beware!'U' is a magnet for thieves BY LOU FINTOR Ann- Arbor: educational center, cultural oasis, burglar's paradise. The sheer number of stereos in town, com- bined with the traditional youthful naivete of students, makes this town virtually impossible for a burglar to ignore. There were 1,357 reported cases of private residence burglaries last year, oriental ...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 67

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981-Page 7-C By STEVE HOOK On a warm Friday night last June, one of the first really steamy nights of: the summer, I accompanied an Ann Arbor Police Department craiser on a 10-hour shift. What follows is an account of that ex- prience. - 4:30 p.m. I was greeted by the duty command officer and led to his office. *Witing there was the cop I would ride' w4th, Officer Jim Heinold-a young mqin (age 30) w...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 68

…Page 8-C-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily CALABASH PIPES, OLD HATS, TATTOOS, AND FL YING SAUCERS Specialty shops a local specialty By JOHN ADAM "You know, Sherlock Holmes never really smoked that kind of pipe, the calabash," the proprietor of A-Square Tobacconist said with the smile of someone who knows. "In his books, he smokes a bent briar pipe, not a calabash." He went on to tell me that the gourd, not the meerschaum, impar...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 69

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981--Page 9-C Turning a buck in a University town By ANN MARIE FAZIO its amazing what some people will o to make a buck these days. Sorge people opt for traditional desk, jobs Others, like Ann Arbor freelance advertising agent Nancy Anderson, choose slightly more unconventional lines of work. WHEN NOT pursuing her normal business routine, Anderson heads Moody Balloons, a company that delivers spec...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 70

…Page 10-C-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily A TRIP TO THE EYE OF AGAMOTTO Probing the comic book frontier By ANDREW CHAPMAN "The X-men." "The Hands of Shang Chi." "Kona: Monarch of Monster Isle." "Matt Fury." Yes, comic book fans, this really is the final fron- tier. There is refuge in Ann Arborfor die-hard collec- tors. THE EYE OF Agamotto (the name comes from Dr. Strange's mystical amulet), located above Tice's on South State...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 72

…A e 2-D-Thursday, Seotember 10, 1981-The Mic-h Hih expectations r Few holes for gridders to fill By MARK MIHANOVIC If ever a team ended a football season in impressive fashion, the 1980 Michigan Wolverines did. After a pair of heart-wrenching losses in the second and third games of the campaign to Notre Dame (29-27) and South Carolina (17-14), they began turning themselves. around with a 38-13 trouncing of California. And by November, Mi...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 73

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981-Pace 3-P FREQUENCY OF ACTIVITIES DECREASED Ax drops on intramurals By RON POLLACK Swish! .. . Crack! . .. slash ... The first two sounds have been a part of the University's intramural sports program for years - those of basket- balls filling the nets and bats connec- ting with softballs. The third sound is one which is becoming associated with the IM program, as well: that of the budget-cuttin...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 74

…al Page 4-D-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily Blue harriers push to top of Big Ten Indiana poses big hurdle fior men, By JOHN FITZPATRICK The men's cross country team, co- champions in the Big Ten (with In- diana) last year, face a struggle for supremacy in the conference with the Hoosiers, as well as a strong Wisconsin team, again this fall. "We'll be fighting it out," predicted Coach Ron Warhurst. One of the Wolverines' bi...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 75

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981 --Page 5-D Frieder's task: replace four starters Ce7th in '81 ,after late collapse and win in overtime. It was in the second of these extra-session contests that the Wolverines defeated Indiana, the eventual Big Ten and NCAA cham- pion. THE BLUE CAGERS reached the high point of their Big Ten season several weeks later, when they defeated Wisconsin for their fourth win in a row, a 7-3 conferenc...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 76

…age 6-D-Thurday, Septemb r 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily Women hoopsters reach for .500, hopeto avoid end-of-game futilit5 By LARRY FREED Gloria Soluk must continue rebuilding the Michigan women's basketball program next year following a disappointing 12-15 season in 1980-81. Despite the past year's losing record, there are some bright spots for Coach Soluk and the hoopsters. Three of the starting five return, including all-stater Diane Dietz ...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 77

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September10, 1981-Page 7-D 4a Van Boven's Clothing Shoes STATE STREET and in NICKELS ARCADE Since 1921, The Van Boven Shops have been one of the main sources of the clothing and furnishing needs of the incoming students. This year, as in the past, we invite you to shop and browse through the mer- chandise we have 'bought with you in mind: Sweaters from England and Scotland, furnishings and clothing from our fines...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 78

…al Page 8-D-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily Women swimmers ek to ~capture ig Ten tie By CHUCK HARTWIG The old adage that "all, good things must come to an end" proved true for the women's swim team last season, as the swimmers failed to capture the Big Ten title for the first time in five years. The tankers, 4-1 in the Big Ten regular season, lost to Indiana in both their dual meet and the conference. championships in Febr...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 79

…It's a whole new The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981 --Page 9_D game for Blue icers New league, loss of Fricker face Giordano in first full season By MARTHA CRALL the re This season will be a whole new ex- fans perience for the Michigan hockey team defen in several ways: it has switched py, ha leagues; John Giordano begins his first Th full year as head coach; and All- American goalie Paul Fricker won't be steadfast in the nets,...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 80

…6 Page 10-D-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily 40 STREAK OF 14 IN A ROW TAINTED Gophers tie 'M' for Big Ten title By BARB BARKER The Michigan men's tennis team, sporting a string of 13 consecutive Big Ten titles, saw its claim to conference supremacy seriously challenged in last season's Big Ten Tournament, as up- start Minnesota came out of the pack to tie the Wolverines for the top spot. Because of their undefeated Big Te...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 81

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981- Another trip to the Series Pitching paces M' to 2nd straight Mideast cro -Page 11-D, wn By MARTHA CRALL At the beginning of the 1981 baseball campaign, Michigan head coach Bud Middaugh said, "The toughest thing to do in sports is repeat as champion." Based on that very reasonable statement, Middaugh can boast of ac- complishing "the toughest thing in sports," as he closed his second year as th...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 82

…Page 12-D-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily 0 Nine NCAA qualifiers return as thinclads shoot for third straight conference title By JOE CHAPELLE If the results of the last two years are any indication, it would appear as though winning Big Ten championships is becoming something of a habit for Michigan men's track team. And ac- cording to Coach Jack Harvey, the situation should not change during the coming year. "I'm very opti...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 83

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10. 1981--Page 13-D Canham manages Michigan 'toy store' In 1968 Don Canham was appoin- ted to the position of athletic direc- tor at Michigan, only the fifth man in the school's history to attain that position. Thirteen years later he is widely recognized as one of the most successful athletic administrators and promoters in the nation. A former NCAA high jump champion at Michigan and coach of the Wolv...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 84

…a0 Page 14-D-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Mchigan Daify z. _ . . 0 I hat's In A E? ,. I, i I s. C sad 10 0 * TEXTBOOKS for your classes, DISCOUTED 5% A GREAT Selection of "U of M" imprinted Clothing and Gifts I IA Y a 1 HO6 0 GY * USED TEXTBOOKS, E DISCOUNTED All the Supplies you MEED 25 to 35 00 d s I 04 SEBook Dept., All Textbooks & Reference Books Discounted 5 % 0. A Wide Selection of General Interest Books. ...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 85

…Page 24-E-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily Thursday, September 1 Al State Street - nv I Ixi e, Ground Floor ------ ..... ................ Main Stoni .......-.. - - ........u... - - ...............-. U ........-. ............~m.. I J U 4 . .......~............................ . L ............... ............................... .................................... . . .................. ----------- W . . . . . . . ....…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 86

… -f 0 The Michigan Daily-Thursday, SeptemL: Page 2-E-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily Life beyond State Street A world of stores to explore Local muse beckon stu( Enriching study breaks By PAM FICKINGER A lot of money changes hands in Ann Arbor during the first few weeks of classes. But after books, tuition, housing, and a plethora of other "musts" have been covered by a blanket of checks, there is finally time to do some...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 87

… 0 0 -W Page 22-E-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily The Michigan Daily-Thursday, Se WHERE THE LIQUOR FLOWS Bending the elbow in Perusing our local bars Bars have something for everyone, rowdy to refined (Continued from Page 3) charge for most nights is in the $1.50- $2.50 range, quite a bit less than average Second Chance fares, but the drinks are relatively expensive. Impor- tant: Keep track of the nightly specials,...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 88

… 707 Page 4-E--Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily The Michigan Daily-Thursday, Septemb4 s 3 AN' a o WWI -fir m r^ 14 x. z r 23 " 4 T to / V V n ARRE ; Mq\ f r h a, M' } ja G .. , as " RO N x Y N Y L D, o ,.s tyicwYJt m J GA R ,f, 3 p 4, YEif t'wt" . 1tta T hrq a IE i. L)t 1 . T.BA TON 11 I :Rf) ti r PRa()%N:vo x vE Z iq z i' a s s Lt b i A" w- f 3 Qr t1. S' ! kV. ,.)!1., ORSI 'PC} a wt .l,.. > r.. , " Of w a 4 S Y 2 w 14 E r B...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 89

… 0 Page 20-E-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily The Michigan Daily-Thursday, Sept The local market STUDENT GROUP FACES UNCER TA IN FUTUR E PIRGIM : consumer aid 0 Budget for eats woe fully small Shopping off-campus saves By JENNY MILLER Registering for classes at CRISP can be a traumatic experience the first time around. The confusion is often heightened by people stopping you every few feet in line to ask if you've fille...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 90

… Page 6-E-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily Moviegoers find paradise t9'~ 9T y The Michigan, Daily-Thursday, Septei By DENNIS HARVEY Moviesmoviesmoviesmoviesmovies. Perhaps the average hey-let's-go-to-a- movie-that-would-be-fun.......... will not understand, any more than I might be able to comprehend sitting through a whole football game or get- ting excited about a math course. To each his own, and mine is movies. If you fe...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 91

… Page 18-E-t6husday; September 10, 1981'-The Aichigan Daily Let your fingers do the dialing FM radio rewards diligence V The Michigan Daily-Thursday,.Septemb By STEVE HOOK Although it has become downright laborious finding good radio in recent years, there are still rewards for those who persevere. Listeners can usually find what they're looking for; they just have to patiently search the FM dial to do it. Yes', the radio industry has lef...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 92

… ':; - a. w I, The Mic igan Dal y-tA6 rsday, eptem~b Page 8-E-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily No time for novels To students, reading means a steady diet of By JOHN ADAM Many people find reading a pleasant experience, from the initial browsing stage in some large bookstore, to that final page. But reading is a bit different for stud- ents. In the first place, they have to think in terms of books like Politics and Vision...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 93

…Page 16,E--Thursdoy, September 10, 1981-TheMichigan Daily Restless? Check out Detroit Motown offers handy diversion L i W W. w The Mich iganl.iily--Thursday, Sep By LOU FINTOR Ann Arbor is fine. In fact, there are scme who would say it's great. But sometimes it just isn't enough. Sometimes the pervasive atmosphere of academia gets to be too much. What then? Detroit. Automobile capital of the world. Once the recording industry's premier c...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 94

…w Page 10-E-Thursday, September TO, 1981--The Michigan Daily. DISCs hi't big w ith students Local record biz thriving 707 p 5 9 9 -W The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 'We fend for ourselves for breakfast and lunch, but we're like the Waltons for dinner.' Darrel Davey, junior "The whole idea is, you share rights and responsibilities," Marker said. "The only negative aspect I can possibly think of is that you don't have quite as much...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 95

… U V Page 14-E-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily Housing in a twilight zone Alternatives vary, but share one feature: High prices U AIV -W The Michigany oily-Thursday, Sepi Money is important; banks handle. mone bank*'s are impo- By PAMELA KRAMER Ann Arbor is certainly not the Fan- tasy Island of students' housing dreams, but the variety of lifestyles available here keeps the local housing market from being a full-fledged...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 96

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September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 98

… Page 2-F-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily Stu den t -run Eclipse a0 continues to bring jazz t( By JERRY BRABENEC The history of jazz has been a rather on-again off-again thing, especially sin- ce the bebop and free jazz revolutions of the fifties and sixties. Fusion and popular jazz brought the music some new popularity in the seventies, but the tastes of the popular audience have always lagged behind musical in- novators...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 99

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981-Page 3-F PLENTY OF PLACES TO BROWSE... AND BUY Need a study break? Tour a gallery! By ANNETTE STARON Ann Arbor is a city for visual art lovers. Whether the art be orginial graphics, pottery, textiles, or paintings, it can be found in abundance here. Below is a listing of the different art galleries, shops, and stores which cater to art lovers of all varieties. Happy hun- ting! A lice Simsar Gal...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 100

…4 MUSIC SHOP, ~5S os NESI Page4-F-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily Major Events' booking: Easier said than done 0 RG .OR° SIAa? i Q114L 4kn t ., s r \ " FINEST SELECTION OF CLASSICAL MUSIC " IN THE MIDWEST 662-0675 By FRED SCHILL There is an inaccurate syllogism about concert promotion that most of us unconsciously make sooner or later. It goes something like this: Elvis Costello is touring; the University has its own ...…

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