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September 05, 1974 (vol. 85, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…For Daily subscriptions, phone 764-0558 FRESHMAN SUPPLEMENT See inside Y LIE46 4bp 743 a t ty MEDIOCRE High-64 Low-43 See Today for details VA1. LXXXV, No. 1 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, September 5, 1974 Free Issue Si xty Pages IFYOU SEE r&S HAPPEN CALL 1DY Hello out there Just as inevitable as autumn leaves, it all begins again this week. As thousands of students from literally all over the world pour into Ann Arbor to start ...…

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…Page Twt. THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 5, 1974 THE ICHIAN AILYThusday Sepembr 5,197 . .. r-.,.. ..i..« The i ichianI aily OFFICE HOURS Circulation Dept.. 9 a.m.-3 p.m.. 764-0554I Classified Dept. 10 a.m.-4 p~m. 764-0558 Display Dept. .. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. 764-0557 Please try to call our offices during these hours. IncI -*Little card. Big convenience. There's one reserved for you. Pick it up today~. 1112 South University 0 Prescript...…

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…FThursday, September 5, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY rage inree Con artist bilks student 1-- :"."i Regents move to control :.-: .:'I funds of student groups with re By GORDON ATCHESON With a 10-cent telephone call last March, a cunning young woman began a con-game that cost a University fraternity president more than $3,000, as she lured him across the coun- try with tales of high-level gov- ernment intrigue' and clandes- tine meetings. Mike ...…

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…PogC Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 5, 1974 Psychiatric (Continued from Page 1) They allege patients wer he may be forced to stand in casionally physically a the corner for several hours or and that some residents may be locked in a seclusion placed in seclusion for mi room, at a time. State mental health depart- Kambly never directly d nent inspectors found the iso- these charges but maint lation techniques to be without pati...…

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…Thursday, September 5, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five I . I I .1 - . I - - - . 11 - 1. - . 1 1 1 " Of . . .- - - I I I . 1 0 m4 d w ........... j FROM THE BEST STORE IN TOWN THIS COLUMN IS IMPORTANT- READ IT FIRST Your University Cellar has the best calculator depart- ment around. Don't buy anywhere else until you stop down in the Cellar. LOW PRICES The Cellar sells calculators for less. We try to bring you the best calculators a...…

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…_ 1 m 1 1. l 1 *3 11 At A a3 ...Ir" !n errs nr 1% 1 %il I" Paas Six ITHE MICIG~AIN DAILY 1 flursciy, z piTreiute.a, rat , _ . ..... -woomm t 2 conservatives, 1 511 2 Hvy . T E ONE ABA MicNI GaN TNEa-rgf- ca PoNS c iberal race win in school board It's no joke, really. The University Theatre Programs is offering a book of ten tickets for just ten dol- lars. The book entitles you to see whatever show you wish, and sit in...…

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…Thursddy,,optember 5, 1974 THE MICHiGAN DAILY N©ge'5even Thursddy, September 5, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY f~age Seven Major power shift in city politics expected within few years By GORbON ATCHESON The political make-up of City Colncil has not been dramatic- ally altere4 by last April's municipali election, but the re- turns indicate that a major pcwer shift can be expected ovor the next several years. In that contest the Democrats won on...…

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…Page Elgli# THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 5, 1974 rage ~ght THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 5, 1974 U j MICHIGAN'S MOST COMPLETE HI-Fl & ELECTRONICS CENTER Not far at all! We're still conveniently located on Wshtenaw between Ann Arbor & Ypsilanti, but now we have more space-especially in our new Audio room so we can demonstrate the equipment you want to hear! Check us out on all your electronic needs throughout the entire...…

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…Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 5, 1974 --Books about being, doing and living --600 Posters to celebrate life --Cards like you have never seen 005 O 13ookslore 1205 S. University. 761-7177 We're here to help PLUS: Gifts, Children's Books, Bibles, Record & Stationery DAILY CLASSIFIEDS' BRING QUICK RESULTS Expected Luxury Sound... U n(9 epcted Economyrice. Loca private eyes gather info with diverse methods Splendor in the ...…

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…Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 5, 1974 Inglis By JUDY RUSKIN Nestled among the well-trim- med lawns and tree-lined streets of the city's upper middle class neighborhood off Geddes is an elaborate eight and a half acre estate, complete with English manor house, caretaker cottage and formal gardens. And all of it, down to the last blade of grass, belongs to the University. A LONG driveway leads from Highland Rd. past the ...…

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…Thursday, September 5, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page. I Thirteen I THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Thirteen a a a a a a a a a a a a a 00mMI"%wwo TM: Ancie mind rela by astronc By ANDREA LILLY and DAVID WHITING1 The cost of peace of mind and inner tranquility like other more material necessities of life has apparently also suffered from the astronomic inflation rate' during the past year. The fee for a course in Trans-_ cendental Meditation - t...…

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…Page Fourteen ( Levi's for Gals ~ 5Mary Pilbble f o~ 663-2311 1121 SUniversity4M ) 4 &&&&& &&h&&&&a&&&0 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Kozachenko: A radical Thursday, September 5, 1914 council on By CHERYL PILATE Councilwoman Kathy Koza- chenko, clad in a white blazer and faded bluejeans, took the oath of office this April with a raised fist. This gesture elicited cheers of support from members of the city's gay community who had appeared en masse a...…

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…Thursday, September 5, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Fifteen 'U' clericals debate pros e e e and.. cons of i By SANDY HAUSMAN To many people, the Univer- sity is an institution of higher learning, dedicated to higher ideals -and princples than the average busness, or even the average government. Auto its non-professional em- ployes, '-the University is like any ofther employer - maybe even a?ittle worse, if events of the past year are any ...…

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…Page Sixteen , FHE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 5, 197+ ~'oge Sixteen rHE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 5, 1974' ... ft t4oo I S / -, ...' 1_ 9 6 ooo I IG .n A- _KG /43 Cr I7- r. A. {i I tt. r' -, -I # L." -,. . .: . j I I 4 lmppp r 0 HUGHES …

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…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY -hursday, September 5, 1,914 Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY thursday, September 5, 1W4 - - - - High Fashion Imported Clothing for Men "UNDERWEAR TO OUTERWEAR" 402 MAYNARD 769-8511 (MAYNARD HOUSE) j'U' radio stations I 1 ' i ii i :' <>'s>s>' ~a ..:..:*:::*I:~;t :U teach many sls Tucked away in the base-1 and WRCN, offer disc jockeys ment of the Student Activities valuable experience in two very Building is...…

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…Thursday, September 5, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three Thursday, September 5, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three Life at the ig 'U'- a potpourri of experiences By BETH NISSEN There is no one distinguishable flavor of life at the University of Michigan; it is an academic Baskin-Robbins .with different flavors for different tastes. They range from the routine vanilla of daily 8 a.m. lectures to the more exotic spices of personal discov...…

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…Page' Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 5, 1974 -Page||Four T HE| M|IC HIG AN|||| D AILY| Thursday, Septe m ber 5, 1974 1 . .- - -- Graffiti plagues janitors Advocates counsel minorities (Continued from Page 2) "I break my back trying to ' keep the place clean,' she says, "and the minute I turn my back, the garbage pops upl again." SOMETIMES, local graffiti has even bordered on vandalism; such as when Ohio State fans spray-pain...…

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…Thursday, September S, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five Thursday, September 5, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five Student life: A potpourri 0f flavors (Continued from Page 3) There is little frivoity s t campus. Entertainme:nt ha; to be mined from the academic pits of constant study, 0h11, wor- shipped A and the constant pres- sure not to fail. To help, there r5 are as many 'film groups as gas companies, constantly vying for audiences for...…

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…Page Six THE MICHIGAN GAILY Thursdby, Soptembdr 5,.1'974 Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 5, 1974 e ant 0i 0 ore for ou .. ...and s " a t~ s a a .i. We think it is significant that, several Student Services, in place of the Office of St words, it created an entirely new direction a we are really here for - to SERVE the studen You will see detailed on these pages, meet specific needs. In addition, we have an c...…

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…Thursday, September 5, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY gage Seven Thursday, September 5, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Vage Seven ................... P- OFFICE OF STUDENT PROGRAMS 336 MICHIGAN UNION 763-4182 Assists students in their efforts to "get down" in programmatic ways to the things that they care and/or are concerned about. In addition to the below listed functions, staff are available in the Michigan Union to work in the following pro- gram...…

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…Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 5, 1974 Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 5, 1974 -campus housing: Exorbitantly priced, poorly constructed By CHERYL PILATE Each spring, nearly half of the University's nomadic student population starts the annual scramble for 'the choicest water- ing holes and the most reasonably-priced tents. Although the denizens of the student ghetto don't really live Bedouin-style, off...…

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…Thursday, September 5, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine Thursday, September 5, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine . m At PIZZA BOB'S UPTOWN We're Now an Equal Opportunity Pizzeria In years past, only a select few ate at Pizza Bob's. Long lines precluded patronage by those whose hunger was not sufficiently specific or intense. And while we at'PB treasure these special customers, we also feel that the culinary de- lights of Pizza...…

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…Rage Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September, 5, 1974 1 r a Studentsfight am in istratli M......over co-ed ohsin dorms 4*r fl\x "I+Y By GORDON ATCHESON '£The worst problem sharing a bath- room with men," say a 19-year-old wo- man living in a University residence hall "is that in the morning all the sinks are covered with shaving cream." Her casual attitude is typical of the students now living in two dormitories where on some floors co...…

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…Thursday, September 5, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Study havens abound Page Eleven r in Univ By BILL HEENAN Before you adjust that stereo knob, remember that six term papers, 3,000 pages of assigned reading, and a semester project are due tomorrow. Don't panic though - the University pro- vides 26 libraries where you can wring out your brain. Two such institutions t h a t you will eventually confront are the Graduate and Undergrad- uate (UG...…

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…Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 5, 1 Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 5, ~ _ 3ig Geores SUPERMARKET OF APPLIANCES TV STEREO " CAMERAS BIG GEOGE HAS IT ALL!I Home Appliance Mart CAME RAS TELEVISIONS Portable or Console Color and Black & White RECEIVERS 35mm " Twin Lens 9 4 x5. * Instamnatic SONY Naii' AC:7 PIONEER J YC LENSES'& ACCESSORI ES _...,.. SYLVAN IA Including These Brand Na...…

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…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 5, 19741 Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 5, 1974 .1 h s Shirts and Tie § 5 x t r§ 3 f G Coose your furnishingJ from the campuJ Jtore that carres the finest. Compliment your clothing with the smartest selection of shirts & ties offered, On Campus at 4 State Street and the Arcade § -§ Tennis: Right at the top By JEFF SCHILLER When the term total domination is used in conj...…

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…Thursday, September 5, 1974 I HE MICHIUAN DAILY Page Three Thursday, September 5, 1974 I HE MJ(JHI(~AN L)AILY~ Page Three tbal:. The ear of re onge Final game at Ohio By JOHN KAHLER It is a trait of good coaches that they impart their personal- ity traits to the teams they. coach. Ever since he arrived from Miami of Ohio, the Michi- gan football team has been act- ing out the roles Bo has as- signed to it. In 1969, Michigan footba...…

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…Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY I hursdoy, Septembe{r 5, 1974 The Action Scene Starts Here. Hoopsters: One. way to go In our fabulous new action sports shop. With friendly, on-staff specialists to help you select the equipment that makes best sense for you-whether it's for skiing, backpacking, bowling, hockey, tennis, golf, or any action sport. Here at Schneiders we've got the brand names you know and respect. A fabulous array of spor...…

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…hurSd'oy, September 5, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five hursaySepembr 5,197 TH MI~iGA DALY ageFiv Gymnastics: A long tradition of winning AFTER OFF YEAR Tankers: Hope to surface By LEBA HERTZ To many students, the Michigan gymnastics am's greatest feat last year was changing the me of an evening meet to the afternoon so that ob Dylan could appear at Crisler Arena. But enthusiasts of Coach Newt Loken's gymnasts, ieir greatest achieveme...…

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…Page-Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page SEx THE MICHIGAN DAILY U liii S 7 Y L ..v 1 -- - - 9 \4 } ~ ;~-'- A Your kind of jeans } for your kind of world, For cycles, cars, girls, sitars, it's rne and Lee ; Icers:. By ROGER ROSSITER No one really knew how good the Michigan Wolverine hoc- key squadl would be when Dan Farrell assumed the reigns one year ago. No one expected the Wolverines to amass a winning record (18-17-1), or compile as many point...…

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…Thursday, September,5; 1974, THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven Thursday, September 5, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Baseball Anemic hitting, rainouts destroy season Dear Student: By MARNIE HEYN ' When the dust and standings settled, it was a blah season for the Michigan baseball team. The Wolverines combined re- markably good pitching a n d fielding with remarkably insipid batting and worse luck with the rain to chalk up an unremark- able fin...…

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…Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 5, 1974 Page Elgfit THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 5, 1974 Future grid schedules IMs: Just fun and 1975 at Purdue STANFORD BAYLOR MISSOURI at Michigan State IOWA ILLINOIS at Minnesota NORTHWESTERN at Wisconsin OHIO STATE 1976 PURDUE at Stanford NAVY WAKE FOREST MICHIGAN STATE at IOWA at ILLINOIS MINNESOTA at Northwestern WISCONSIN at Ohio State 1977 To be announced DUKE NAVY...…

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…r ,f t Y Ait Daiti ction Four-Community Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, September 5, 1974 Eight Pages .,,. r, " 7 A' * R , \ ti } V -. - ~v~y - 1.*..~ftY I . - IA ,... ~*A- t f 31. . r ommummni -. fft . ^, "49 J, y !" A " e. .a y I p *t.e lt' 4 y ' ' ]j Ii jx . ,. .a' i , ", . 4 f, p , i4 t. ".L . f..at , Y . f i 1 v ,w a ,. . .. y,,:. . . ... ..,arti :. . . w, Y. \+. ..... j~.4 '0 'WI-' Ir,.. / & 'p * ~> .I~#'~ 4' 4. 4 .~* ...…

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…Page Tvvoo HE MICHIGAN DAILY People's Clinic offers alternative to profit-oriented health care system U U You Deserve Belier Than -'This! go WHY NOT TRY RENTING FURNITURE? COME OUT AND SEE WHAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU Globe Interior Rentals By MARNIE HEYN The Free People's Clinic was organized in 1971 as an alter- native to profit-oriented, assem- bly-line health care in Ann Arbor. The Clinic has two purposes: first, to provide model 1lealth ca...…

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… rage inree Thursday, September 5, 1974 I HE Ml(.Hl(pAN U77Z7- age ree - "4d,,.'irr~.r , rra .. r4 ..b '.:; :7:y ?fl'W r r ,f f~ Ms r g"7 'v Farmer's Market-a community affair By SARA RIMER There is no better place to eat breakfast on a Wednesday or Saturday morning than < the Farmer's Market..A jug of tangy cider, as loaf of homemade raisin bread, and a. crisp apple make the typical Residence Hall fare of dishwatery coffee and soggy F...…

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…tge Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY ge Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY I U----,, ! a ~ --ooks about being, doing _and living -600 Posters to celebrate life -Cards like you have never seen 005 O Ijookslore 1205 S. University 761-7177. i a 3 4G t y1 t z Center runs varied programs By JEFF SORENSEN "We're helping the counter- culture take care of itself," says Robin Giber, a worker at the William St. Community Center. The center, located at 621 E. William...…

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…,,September 5, 19 74 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five ,September5, 1914 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five OR A' #1 I I I II CF r I ri C' Shelter fromwinter now in a quick and spirited bunny bigcoat. GOTTESMAN does this little short-stopper for juniors in natural rabbit fur. Adds a big collar for warm- ing frosted cheeks, $90. From A Nice Girl Like You, at Briarwood/Ann Arbor. fur products labeled to show country or origin of imported fur...…

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…-- - 4& -. IL t IA 1PL~ 1-1 &Al T A -I .1 DLMIEmilliilli Page Six I h t M l t,.I-l l k3AIV UA I L T i nursaay, ,eptemoer 7, i vI a, r ~afa..: Fi .riW FF".". .W f. Frt+.W$iY F aF~T} g" f.. . I V I 0 e I 0 t h..' Ar: '. ; ' 1l l!x :(. i1t T : In order to facilitate the dorm dweller's search for palatable fOreign fare goodies and culinary delights, Daily staffers have compiled a CHEZ CREPE 328 S. Main comprehensive critique of th...…

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…Thursday, September 5, 1974 THE MICHIGAN UAiLY Page Seven Thursday, September 5, 1974 THE MICI-IIGAN UAILr Page Seven Loneliness on Saturday night Local galleries delight art lovers, nature enthusiasts By BETH NISSEN The best part about Saturday night is Sunday morning. Most students can escape the electric nagging of their ,alarm clocks and leave themselves umpled in bed until noon. Getting happy and tired enough to necessi- tate such...…

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…page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 5, 1974 ~'age Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 5, 1974 Ii~ .... . I Si 11 S I I t t 0 + LOW RATES-You.can rent a refrigerator for as little $3:64 per month. Televisions are as I o w as $4.68 per month. * VARIETY-The Cellar has 3 sizes'of refrigerators from 2 cu. ft. to 5 cu. ft. Two sizes of TVs: 12" diagonal and 16" diagonal. 9 BUY OR RENT-The Cellar sells the s...…

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…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 5, 1974, Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 5, 1974 FRESHMEN! ENJOY SINGING? The U-M Arts Chorale meets Tuesdays and Thursdays in Auditorium C, Angell Hall, 3 to 5 p.m. CLASSICAL AND CONTEMPORARY MUSIC The Choir has become noted for its campus concerts as well as appearances on tour. It has acquired the reputation of extreme high qual- ity. Applicars should have previous choral ...…

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…Thursday, September 5, 1974 THEMIC.HIGAN DAILY Page I h ree, L thursday, September 5, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three Dance-sensory stmulant By MARNIE HEYN Combining grace, free - flowing movement, and raw power, dance is one of the most stimulating art forms to be found anywhere. The University and surrounding community offer a wide range of pro- grams both for people who want to dance and for those who want to watch. Whatever tur...…

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…Page" Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY E hursday, September !), 19 /It I Amateurs learn theatre art. . U By JOHN McMANUS Housed in what used to be a city equipment garage, the Ann Arbor Civic Theatre provides a place where students and com- munity members can sharpen their dramatic skills. Although an amateur group, civic theatre present five major productions from September to May, each with a budget from five to ten thousand dollars. Earnest in ...…

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…Thursday, September 5, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY t age Five Ann Arbor dance scene ; Award winning flicks abou "(continued from Page 3) Friends of Newsreel and theI IN ADDITION, Th fe a tu e s Blin e e , blle trents the Natural Science Audi- New World Film Co-op, which ries each Friday and fea ure Ba ine e, all trium for its weekend show- use the Modern Language listing of the week (continued from Page 3) ' ing gum and. razors at the door, 'l...…

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…Page Six I HE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 5,. 1974 Page Six IHE MICHiGAN DAILY Thursday, September 5, 1974 Carillon By BILL HEENAN Contrary to popular belief, Burtor Bell Tower does not shelter bats or an elderly man banging his hammer. Rather, an instrument vaguely resemb. ling the piano awaits University music students. From atop the 212 foot tower, Hudsor Ladd plays such tunes as "The Enter, tainer," and "Raindrops Keep Falling ...…

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