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September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 85

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 4, 1980-Page 11-81- 'U' prof compares past and present students By GEOFFREY OLANS Student attitudes and social relation- hips at the University have undergone a pronounced transformation over the past three decades, according to Angus Campbell, University professor of psychology and sociology. "The '50s saw the crew-cut generation at Michigan," noted Cam- pbell. "They were conventional in their social a...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 86

…0 Page 12-B-Thursday, September 4, 1980-The Michigan Daily t Reg ets set policy for the University By SARA ANSPACH A half hour at the end of the Thursday would destroy the community's am- The University is very much like a meeting is set aside for comments from bience-claimed Roach's move was un- ---------,V ,,., ..the public. Students, faculty, and com- fair. large corporation whose products in- clude education and research- generated kn...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 87

…Th a .AArinnn nrt.il-dI;TL...-..J..., *c..L.....ar d 1 Q D.... i'2 R r i You-rage i;s-ts /.. 44 __U I 4 . x .,''. >; ' 4 . i * C4, I.. ' 3000 Michiga fit the "U1 togetherl H MICHIGAN The Heart of the University * UI lL "We're Right in Your Own Backyard" Interested in getting into extra- your nees Alo, don't mss a chance to hex i tin Ann Arbor at the many International Center Organizations, Activities and Programs office programs. (S.O....…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 88

…Page 14-B-Thursday, September 4, 1980-The Michigan Daily Financial Aid Extra $$tothe rescue 4 al By JOYCE FRIEDEN For many students, the success or failure of a college education depends primarily on finances. Students from wealthy families are able to afford the spiraling costs, while students from lower income families face constant pressures to meet their expenses, which can cruelly compound academic pressures. The University administrat...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 89

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 4, 1980-Page 15-8 BGS degree offers educational alternative Daily Photo by JIM KRUZ The University's School of Music North Campus continues to grow i (Continued from Page 11) file units, a disc storage system, card eaders, and terminals, among others. Across the street the brick Phoenix Memorial Laboratory, built in memory of students and alumni who died in World War II, houses the Ford Nuclear React...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 90

…Page 16-8--Thursday, September 4, 198-The Michigan Dily I ° . 0 I 4 hat's In E? . ri j4 C Z A0 O TEXTBOOKS for your classes, DISCONTED5 % 0 A sr i Selection of "U of M" imprinted Clothing and Gifts 1) q M* USED TEXTBOOKS, 25 to 35% 0 All the Supplies you Hs el 41 0 A £PROFESSIONAL Book Dept., Located on the 2nd Floor (Medical, Law, Dental, Social Work, Nursing) o A Wide Selection of General 11 Interest Books. Hardco...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 91

…Thursday, September 4, 1980-Sec. C-10 Pages. r i I ............ A s college towns go, Ann Arbor is a bit unusual. Its peculiarity is not a social or political one, but a geographical one. The campuses of large universities tend to be consciously laid out, separated, if not isolated from their respective communities. Western Michigan University, for example, lies on the outer edge of Kala- mazoo, with its center several miles from that o...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 92

…4 Page 2-C-Thursday, September 4, 1980-The Michigan Daily Ann Arbor Area N r A ..I - S-I F '. u ' -9C KOY' DTry.sS Ad Csv A PL 0f~ S1poy r C,. F p "VfIs > A . 1Aa wt II IDF "NHQ~~ED f U(t T PF5o. me8P -L r cA I, i. qd 6 DMN 2 ' -A BRYlIA 1T- DP. ' )rrEREAI0SdNm C N AEWhSOpUZ6R0 IN NifD A i !HSTnq m DIED wias c/0 yG 141 w Aw o I NM Tf r INSID ( R P, n oD Nrarfn ' POR £rPLUC *.')S~~lvI _______________________________________ :i ,- p a P ...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 93

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 4, 1980-Page 3-C Economics marks tie ANNARBOR CITY GOVERNMENT Mayor: Louis Belcher (R) 761-5836 between city and 'U' By LEE KATTERMAN Almost daily we hear tales of woe about our economy, whether from the sparring presidential candidates or from students who must dig that much deeper into their pockets to pay for this year's tuition. With pecuniary problems on the tip of nearly everyone's tongue, it sh...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 94

…4 Page 4-C-Thursday, September 4, 1980-The Michigan Daily Ann Arbor police protect city, Thievery and rape pose threat to U' students and staff By TIMOTHY YAGLE Many of Ann Arbor's 180 police of- ficers today are college educated and consequently more familiar than past officers toward how a college student thinks, according to former Police Chief Walter Krasny. "The average of- ficer is accepted today and the students like to have him arou...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 95

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 4, 1980-Page 5-C Looking for cheap food? Get away from campus A price comparison of localfood Campus Ralph's . .ood Mart Village White Corners Market S. Univ. (orners Market By WILLIAM THOMPSON For dorm dwellers weary of institu- tionalized food day after day, there is always the option of traveling off- campus to collect the necessary items to prepare a home-cooked meal. In doing this, klowever, it be...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 96

…0 Page 6-C-Thursday, September 4, 1980-The Michigan Daily A2 history: Growing with the ' ' By MARY FARANSKI Lucy Morgan, a Connecticut native who came to Ann Arbor in 1831 (seven years after the city's foun- ding), once wrote, "It is the general opinion that there is no better land than is to be found in Michigan. I do not feel as if I should willingly return to either Ohio, New York, or Connecticut to live. It is so much pleasanter here."...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 97

… The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 4, 1980-Page 7-C Local transit system meets increased demand By LEE KATTERMAN What did you pay for the first gallon of gasoline you ever purchased? Even if you don't remember, you can befit was well under today's prices and probably a good bit less than a dollar a gallon. The rising cost of gas, beside throwing the auto industry into a fit and increasing the number of tiny'imported cars on the road, ha...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 98

…Page 8-C-Thursday, September 4, 1980-The Michigan Daily , Ann Arbor has food for every thought AVERAGE COSTS: $1.50-4.00 Angelo's Lunch 1100 Catherine 668-9538 Bicycle Jim's 1301 S. University 665-2650 Bimbo's 114 E. Washington 665-3231 Brown Jug 1204 S. University 761-3355 Burger King 520 E. Liberty 994-4367 Central Cafe 322 S. Main 665-9999 Cottage Inn 512 E. William 663-4636 Count of Antipasto S. University & Church 668-8411 Dominick's (...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 99

… The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 4, 1980-Page 9-C Record, book stores joust for student $$ ,Local bookstores prepare for chaotic fall rush By NICK KATSARELAS Given the cultural and academic atmosphere of Ann Arbor, it's not surprising to find its streets lined with a rich mixture of bookstores. In the campus area, there are over two dozen text, trade, used, ethnic, religious, and adult bookstores to serve the needs of about everyone. ...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 100

…-, Page 10-C-Thursdlay, September 4, 190-The Michigan Daily F C I I 1 4 11 I 4 (4 I IC ! * .Free Delivery and Pick-up " Guaranteed to work / CONTACT: ANN ARROR MUSIC MART 4 mmmmm 336 S . STATE STREET ANN ARBOR, MICH. 2 CU. ft. ft. units units also 769-4980 1 S. StckteS- 14 *M~c 1T IC 3cu 3 i~ °U E …

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 101

…Thursday, September 4, 1980-Sec. D-10 Pages ,, . :. ;.. it A6 j 1 hile sipping a cup of coffee after another grueling afternoon at the library, you may begin to wonder if going to school at Mich- igan is all books sandwiched between thin portions of extracur- ricular activities and idle relaxation. It often seems that the competitive atmosphere pervasive at the University seeps through every crevice in every building, until finally it ...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 102

…Page 2-D-Thursday, September 4, 1980-The Michigan Daily I 'U, dormsready and waiting Dorm-life won't (exactly) live up to stereotypes ., By NICK KATSARELAS If you watch television, you know what dormitory life is like: Food fights in the cafeteria. Panty raids every evening. Fire extinguisher battles. Toga parties when there aren't panty raids. Laughs and fun for all. Well, the dorms are often fun, but let's say the TV image is a bit. i...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 103

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 4, 1980-Page 3=D Greek life at University enjoys subtle resurgence By BONNIE JURAN Among the housing alternatives that beckon new college students each year are fraternities and sororites. On this campus, the 49 "Greek" houses will soon open their doors to prospective members. Over the year's, fraternities and sororities at the University have en- dured topsy-turvy, almost cyclical levels of popularity-...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 104

…* 4 Page 4-D-Thursday, September 4, 1980-The Michigan Daily More than 300 groups :b c o Ustudents By ALISON HIRSCHEL If going to classes all day and studying all night isn't your idea of the ideal collegiate lifestyle, don't panic. There are over 300 student groups on campus in which you can spend your spare time doing anything from protesting against apartheid to skydiving, or simply spending time with others who share your ethnic backgro...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 105

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 4, 1980--Page 5-D NEW ADMINIS TRA TION PR OMISES REFORM MSA strives for student acceptance , By MITCH STUART The Michigan Student Assembly (MSA) is the official campus student government. Established in 1976 by the "All-Campus Constitution," its mem- bers strive to represent students in the confusing maze of University bureacracy. But while MSA has been described as "the only voice students have" in Uni...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 106

…4 Pbge 6-D-Thursday, September 4, 1980-The Michigan Daily A CYNIC'S PER SPEC TIVE Arri" vng at t When you arrive at your dorm, don't expect to find your Resident Director (RD) waiting to escort you to your room. He or she will probably be doing what you should do when all your things are put away; Registering, dropping and adding courses, buying used books, or, most likely, partying. If you do hap- pen to run into your RD, make sure you get...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 107

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 4, 1980-Page 7-DX Union renovations planned By JOYCE FRIEDEN While the Michigan Union has always been the "center" of campus since its construction in 1917, it" has experienced varying degrees of student activity., In response to recent demands to restore the Union as a bonafide student center, the University has targeted the upcoming school year for a multi-million dollar renovation project. When the d...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 108

…Page 8-D-Thursday; September 4, 1980-The Michigan Daily ollegiate pressures breed depression I By LORENZO BENET Last May, a week before her final exams, 26-year-old, law student Cynthia H. wad found dead in her apartment from a self- inflicted gunshot wound. A neighbor said shortly after the incident that "Cynthia was depressed because she set very high goals for herself. She worked super hard to get where she got in law school. " Commenting...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 109

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 4, 1980-Page 9-D Special counseling ,assists minoritities By KEVIN TOTTIS "Culture shock" is one of the grim consequences many minority students experience while attending a Univer- sity primarily composed of middle class white students. To counter this problem, the University has set up several minority support programs which offer a number of services. One of the oldest minority services at the Univer...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 110

…4 Page 10-D-Thursday, September 4, 1980--The Michigan Daily U rich's is 4 A 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. Art, Architectural and Engineering ...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 111

…Thursday, September 4, 1980-Sec. E-10 Pages r .... .a' "'.i here is a place on campus-a small piece of ground at the corner of Ingalls and Washington, that seems unusually special. For it is on this particular corner that at any given moment, on any given eve- ning, you can be literally surrounded by the arts. You can lean against the Lydia Mendelssohn Theater sign on the lawn of the Michigan League, and feel the artists around you: T...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 112

…Page 2-E-Thursday, September 4, 1980-The Michigan Daily The great escape:A guide to A2 film (We asked cinema buff Dennis Harvey, who doubles as the Daily's Arts Co-Edi- tor, to write a "brief" review of local movie houses. He graciously accepted and submitted this exhaustive, grueling analysis instead. Thank you, Dennis.) By DENNIS HARVEY For the average movie fanatic, arriving in Ann Arbor for the first year of school is an experience both ...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 113

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 4, 1980-Page 3-E LOCAL MUSIC: Rock around the block Stevie Nicks performs during Fleetwood Mac's appearance at Crisler Arena last winter.Daily Photo by JIM KRUZ Need a -rock & roll fix',? Major Events delivers bY TIMOTHY YAGLE "We buy the best entertainment we can give to the students at the best price available," says Karen Young, director of the University's Major Events Office (MEO). Nestled in the ...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 114

…4 Page 4-E-Thursday, September 4, 1980-The Michigan Daily WCBN: 'Radio Free Ann Arbor' By BONNIE JURAN Rock... Blues ... New Wave ... Reggae ... Jazz. As strange as it may seem, a combination of these diverse music form can be heard regularly on WCBN, the University's student-run FM radio station. An abbreviation for Campus Broadcasting Net- work WCBN is found at 88.3 on the FM dial. The station sits in the basement of the Student Activiti...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 115

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 4, 1980-Page 5-E The University Musical Society offers classical respite for rock-weary By DOUG FELTNER The Chorale Union, sponsored by the with other ethnic music being pursued The high-energy rock of Ted Nugent University Musical Society, is the by the individual music study groups. and the buzzing whine of the Bee Gees largest choral group on campus, con- For those who prefer simply hearing are a ...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 116

…Page 6E=Thursday, September 4, 1980-The Michigan Doily Art Fair features people and crafts 1 Annual event brings throngs to city, 'U' By SUE WARNER} The two forces converge upon the city in late July. The first to arrive set- up camp in the streets and awaits the other's onslaught. ' Although at first it may seem like a military skirmish isabout to erupt, ac- tually the buyers and the sellers who come to town for the annual Art Fair are her...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 117

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 4, 1980-Page 7-E Local galleries feature artists from ' ' By BARBARA KOFFMAN The array of art galleries in Ann Arbor is consistent with this city's reputation for outstanding cultural diversity. The market for artists of all "media" (painting, photography, sculpture, etc.) is very active here, and once again, there is a specific group of people that are the direct benefactors: Students. What follows is...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 118

…Page 8E-E-Thursday, September 4, 1980-The Michigan Daily d FEELI G VIED? Detroit area thrives with culture, ethnic variety u U FOR :, URE OF OU RSELF? By KEVIN TOTTIS If one city in the United States is continuously marred by negative publicity, it is Detroit. But despite the "Motor City's" high crime rate and un- sightly.downtown area, it offers studen- ts a spectrum of cultural and social ac- tivities just waiting to be taken adv...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 119

…The Ark sails on as folk m BY STEVE HOOK The University has become a mid- west icenter for many aspects of the performing arts - Eclipse Jazz attrac- ts the nation's most prestigious jazz musicians, the University Musical Society hosts the world's leading classical musicians, in addition to opera and dance artists. Major Events brings well-known rock and pop musicians to town, and its museums feature many of the midwest's most sought-after co...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 120

…4 Page 10-E-Thursday, September 4, 1980-The Michigan Daily Ann Arbor Stage CAMPUS 1 . Arena Theater 2. Lydia Mendelssohn Theater 3. Michigan League Ballroom 4. Power Center 5. Residential College Auditorium 6. Trueblood Theater VARIETY FOR ACTOR AND AUDIENCE Ann Arbor theater diverse Frieze Building Michigan League Michigan League 121 Fletcher East Quadrangle Frieze Building By GILLIAN BOLLING Local theater is very abundant in Ann Arbor....…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 121

…Thursday, September 4, 1980-Sec. F-14 Pages _ .: ..; . . J ; 3 Jp as tRa 3 rr , j a < ''s thletes at Michigan often find themselves in the tenuous position of maintaining a satisfactory performance in the classroom, while simultaneously attempting to excel above their peers in their respective sports. The fact that these athletes, unlike their professional counterparts, are highly visible within the campus community allows their suppo...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 122

…4 Page F-2-Thursday, September 4, 198O-The Michigan Daily IDDAUGH MA ;i ! Rookie coach guides Blue to Series 6 By MARK MIHANOVIC Coach Bud Middaugh called Mich- igan's first round College World Series win over California "our whole season wrapped into one," and the analogy of the 9-8, 11-inning heartstopper to the overall 1980 campaign.. is quite ac- curate. '. Rightfielder Jim Paciorek blasted his team-leading tenth roundtripper to giv...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 123

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 4, 1980-Page F-3 The age of redemption bBut QB, defense still question marks. for title-hungry Blue By MARK MIHANOVIC 'The 17-15 upset Gator Bowl loss to forth Carolina last December was a fitting conclusion to a decade of michigan football in which the Wplverines compiled the finest regular season record in college football, 96-10- (3 only to lose all six post-season bowl games. ,t was also a fitting ...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 124

…Page F-4-Thursday, September 4, 1980-The Michigan Daily New icer coach inherits improving team, solid sophs WOLVERINE DEFENSEMAN Steve Richmond races the puck swiftly into the opponents' ice to set up a scoring oppor- tunity. Aggressive play by Richmond, a junior out of Chicago, was one of the cornerstones of a much-improved Michigan defense during the 1979-80 season. By JON WE4S The start of the new decade has marked the start of a new era...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 125

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 4, 1980-Page F-5 Van Boven' s Clothing Shoes STATE STREET and in NICKELS ARCADE SPORTSWEAR FINE CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS SINCE 1921 SOUTHWICK PRESENTS A CENTURY OF BREEDING. , ' '. °s ;, its Since Edwardian times, the style and constant appropriateness of the Navy Blazer has stood unwavering. The Southwick Blazer adds a further dimension, however, by making a fashion statement that is not merely cor...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 126

…a Page F-6--Thursday, September 4, 1980-The Michigan Daily Women cagers look uphill Soluk recruits help for Dietz McNamara .looking to improve By DREW SHARP Enthusiasm is high and a bright future can be seen on the horizon for' Michigan's women basketball team. But wait. Is this not the same team which had a horrendous 8-20 record overall and an 0-7 record in the con- ference last season? TRUE, THE WOMEN hoopsters' record last year was no...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 127

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 4, 1980-Page F-7 a er By DAVE JOHNSON .To say that Michigan's 1979-80 basketball season provided numerous surprises to hoop followers is an under- statement. Its 17-13 won-loss record (including W's over nationally-ranked Marquette, Ohio State, and Purdue) and NIT performance surpassed most expectations. But the biggest surprise came via a ,o t-season announcement from head coach Johnny Orr-he was resign...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 128

…Page F-8-Thursday, September 4, 1980-The Michigan Daily M Men gymnasts battle injuries, Big Ten Talented group loses Varilek By LEE KATTERMAN With less than half of last season's gymnastics team returning for the up- coming campaign, it would be under. standable if the coach played down his team's chances for a "big"'season. That is, if the coach were someone other than Newt Loken. Entering his 34th season of coaching at Michigan, Loken i...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 129

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 4, 1980-Page F-9 Michigan's 1980 Football Schedule Blue enter season with QB, defense still question marks (Continued from Page 8) championship without a good defense," he said, "and that's got to be the key to our suetess in the fall. "In the spring, we made some progress,, but we were not satisfied with our defense up front, where we lost everybody that had played any football, except (Mike) Trgovac. ...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 130

…Page F-10--Thursday, September 4, 1980-The Michigan Daily GOLFERS CATCH UP, PASS ALL BUT OHIO ST.: Cutting strokes the 'hol The fatal blow struck at the Michigan golf team last season was, oddly enough, not of the linksters' own doing. It was cast by the NCAA tournament selection committee, which bypassed the Big Ten runnerup Wolverines in favor of offering third-place Indiana an at-large bid to the prestigious national finals. "I'm very dis...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 131

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 4, 1980-Page F-11 Tankers' goal: dethrone versatile champ Indiana GETTING OFF THE STARTING blocks, Michigan swimmer Monika Scheff and former Wolverine Linda Kendall prepare to take the plunge during a meet. Scheff is but one of a talented group of swimmers whom coach Stu Isaac has readied for the upcoming season. The tankers will attempt to defend their Big Ten Championshin. while moving up among- the n...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 132

…Page F-12--Thursday, September 4, 1980-The Michigan Daily 1. U THE FOLKS EXPECT YOU TO Harriersfind tramplin but conference race to~ WRITE HOME ONCE IN A WHILE0.. 0 HERE'S AN EASIER WAY By JOHN FITZPATRICK After a surprisingly strong season which culminated in a 13th-place finish at the NCAA Championships, Michigan's men harriers return their top seven runners to form one of the most potent cross-country squads in the Big Ten this fall. ...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 133

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 4, 1980-Page F-13* FROSH TO REPLACE VETS WHO QUIT Women netters face rebuilding By DAN CONLIN Michigan women's tennis coach Ollie Owens is doing things his own way this year. He wasn't satisfied with the status of the team which he inherited last winter. The women who did play were only able to produce a 3-11 season mark. Owens was left holding the bag as four of his top players quit because of lack of ...…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 134

…Page F-14-Thursday, September 4, 1980 Discount Course Books 5% Off list prices on all Ne1ous ,1(1i7 ,ht) fiiltiy 141( 111114 I c 41.1..C'. i l i., ikis tunai(aty 414 11 /1fi ( lscyat4lii 11 cllltf1is 14141 cyin.414 1oa t) a ysllmi~lc 111411 ciist 11clil i n 'i malt( 111 411a1ciss. 71, 61t u o111 111 c1- 1 r l ds, ta ill cl l., y iltsit . 14 1 lt uslany~c sssdlt .o5d slit st I utlii~titslsiycfll, ,i) I 1, 111,1 911111111111m 1,1i n. ill 6...…

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