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…Local By CHRIS PARKS Though the summer's hard-foi and convention battles are candidates are already prep selves for the Nov. 7 election. Democratic and Republican c a variety of county offices asv representative, U.S. representa county commissioner, and U were chosen in a-state-wide prix Four candidates were alsoc a field of five in a non-partisan two seats on the Washtenaw C Court. The Human Rights Party se dates several weeks later in a vent...…

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…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 7, 1972', Page T w o T H E-IC H I G A N -AIL.T hursday, Sep e m ber 7, 197 ~4e Sfrt$stn Paiti Eighty-two years of editorial freedom Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor, Mich. THURSDAY, SEPT. 7, 1972 SUPPLEMENT EDITION The:Michigan Daily, edited and managed by students at the Univer- sity of Michigan. New's phone: 764-0552. Second Class post...…

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…Thursday, September 7, 1972 r HE MICHIGAN DAILY rage- t nree Thursday, September 7, 1972 IHE MICHIGAN DAILY rage Iriree balonsssail up, up, and away By NANCY ROSENBAUM Up up and away in their beautiful balloons sail local bal- loon enthusiasts. It's not just a local craze or a pasing whim - the sport of ballooning is growing and it's growing fast. One balmy Saturday last' June, nine balloonists repre- senting various parts of Michi- gan ...…

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…Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY i nursdoy, September -7, 197,2 Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY inursday, September 7, 1 97Z ... I i 4 if regents approve funding for sgc University ctivities Center I 1 I 11 + By PAUL TRAVIS An increase in student fees for Student Government C o u n c i 1 was approved by the Regents in June-with the stipulation that none of the money could be used to sue the University. An assessment of 50 cents on all...…

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…Thursday, SeptemLer 7 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five Thursday, September 7, ] 972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ': rr, pv {/o dSF J, <" ^1 4, v <% gym' , < T ? a< ° vfr x5' 5,^'r k k#tr+d+ 'd ia bvt? ,Tfi'''r'S' L r< t. sl ', ,: I , t r } { y . y'1 T7 v L: }~t F:£n r IIx V~\.m ~y . " ^s. yy..a\sYa J, i f ' I t = r yr oG > x s'< 4v. .. r t ( aA ' c 4. , . s r ' ,e>{ y,^ rx ' esC u 4 v t 7 t i ( r -, r tEi s a , 4A4et4°F>r B /rr y°y+t'F ¢' r' fi5>...…

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…Page Sias THE MICHIGAN GAILY P0ge S~x THE M!CHIGAN DAILY I tI charges dropped in CIA bombing I By ROSE SUE BERSTEIN and JIM KENTCH Three Rainbow People's Party (RPP) members were freed late last July from charges in- volving the bombing of the Ann Arbor Central Intelligence Ag- ency (CIA) office in August, 1968. Freed were Pun Plamondon who, faced charges of "destruc- tion of government property with the use of explosives," and ;John S...…

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…Thursday, September 7, 1972 TFI''t MICHIGAN DAIL'i Page Seven i Thursday, .September 7, 1972 THL MICHIGAN DAIL1 artists gather for local fair barefootin down to concerts By LORIN LABARDEE It was a true community ef- fort when Ann Arbor hosted its 13th annual street fair last July. The streets were crowded by anyone with any interest in art, sidewalk sales, music or antiques - and this included just about everyone. The most widely known...…

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…Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY ! hi irrrln;i Cnr +cw.l,. .. 'T 1 u71 i nursaay, -3epTemt)er i,_ IVI L I 7 1/ Ii' API r." F4 ----___. --- _ p - A a y ... t/ / r A' ti r maw -,,-J -d U / 6 / Y UFRO OR, HOW TO VOID THO BReaD Line It's almost time for school to start. And you're about to get involved in a lot of very nitty gritty business at the University. Anything you can handle now, will make things that much easier when you'...…

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…Thursday, September 7, 1972 'THE MICHIGAN DAILY ,. -_ . - f'ge N-i r1 minded me of Robert Frost," he Norman says that the volume said. ''It was in a very naturalw has not increased, although it E xil d satting, and there were no au- could under existing guidelines. thorities around so I could In direct opposition to the pos- write." ture is Dr. William Brown, direc- Brodsky' s work went unpub* tar of Willow Run Laboratories. lished in the S...…

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…r Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 7, 1972 N I YOUR Ni-F| election sees s AE ., _. III acservative gain {{., +f{'}}t%: : ti",: ;r :::;} ::%i::;::.:L+-0>;{;$: '"::}L:: }{:%:tii: y..S"N:{}t+'.';:{".y}iD'".?Y,:;.; :.vi: ".iJ:. :. .. s;:: ,':; ,iv:;: :iaY': :: "X"'{{ri} :%' :i'%:;:5" i':" :;: ?: ;:' '7: 4ti v:3:}; "::y% i':%.;$:i:::::ti}i<}: i}:. '{ ,"::i;1,.,:.'." i:4:".}{}{?r."..}:{: ;. ,:. :v 2v.y: i}'i.{.}ri:;:Yv.;: ;;;' A...…

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…Thursday, September 7, 1972 i HE MICHIGAN DAILY Page E(even- tHEMIHIANDALYPae lee1 Summer News Shorts WASHTENAW, COUNTY Sh iff Doug Harvey charged shor before the August primary tl a million-dollar law suit - fi against him and the county m prompted by his leading Der cratic opponent Fred Postill. Harvey had switched party filiation earlier this summer a is now running on the Americ Independent Party ticket. He played tapes for report ...…

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…Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 7, 1972 U U #I r. }I 1235 S. UNIVERSITY .300 S. STATE *.ANN ARBOR 668.9866 665-3679, MICH. w DISCOUNT RECORDS TWO ANN ARBOR STORES ARE WE STOCK ALL KINDS OF MUSIC ON NEARLY EVERY AS AN ADDED INTRODUCTORY BONUS WE HAVE IN HAPPY TO WELCOME YOU TO THE UNIVERSITY OF LABEL: CLASSIC * FOLK * POP* ROCK JAZZ CLUDED IN THIS AD NINE COUPONS FOR LARGE DIS MICHIGAN. WE EXTEND TO YOU OUR INVITA...…

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…Fall Supplement Freshman Issue Y Sf4hpr~igau. &titiJ Fall Supplement Freshman Issue Section One-General 1 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, September 7, 1972 Fifty-Eight Pages .1 Grass grows greener Liberal pot law L approved by city By ROBERT BARKIN City Council last May passed what may be the most liberal marijuana ordinance in the country. By a vote of six-five, council approved a fine of five dollars for the possession or sale of ...…

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…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 7, 1972 I]~ Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 7, 1972 9r4C AMt Tian Pat c43 i Eighty-two years of editorial freedom Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor, Mich. THURSDAY, SEPT. 7, 1972 SUPPLEMENT EDITION. The Michigan Daily, editeA and managed by .students at the Univer.- sity 'of Michigan. News phone: 764-0552. Second Class po...…

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…Thursday, September 7, 1972 HE MICHIGAN DAILY rage inree Thursday, September 7, ~ 972 iHE MICHIGAN DAILY balloonists sail up, up, and away By NANCY ROSENBAUM Up, up and away in their beautiful balloons sail local bal- loon enthusiasts. It's not just a local craze or a passing whim - the sport of ballooning is growing and it's growing fast. One balmy Saturday last June, nine balloonists repre- senting various parts of Michi- gan and other...…

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…Page Four, I THE MICHIGAN DAILY i nursdav. Seotember 7. 1972 Page Four THE MICIGA AL ....... .........T .... .. ...... .vw . , r t t ,=' u , UnDvrsity regents approve funding for sg c ctivities Center Resource Center for student initiative in programming 11 " MUSKET The all campus Broadway musical * FREE UNIVERSITY To establish courses not otherwise offered by the University; courses established and taught by students " PUBL...…

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…Thursday, Septem'-er 7, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five v M ... r.. *. ;.. V / .,.. V t ,. :? _..._. . k. e fA i.*I. f ..b ui" + : :1 .}s a . t.Yi. tr& " R …

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…cj Page Sig THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursd®y, September 7,:1' 72 P~ge Six YHE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 7, 1972 I I pun released by wiretap ruling By ROSE SUE BERSTEIN ..: Il Rainbow People's Party (RPP) leader Pun Plamondon was re-. leased on $50,000 bond late last June from the federal peniten- tiary in Terre Haute, Ind. The bond was posted by RPP. Prior to a Supreme Court rul- ing eariler that month which struck down the gove...…

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…Thursday, September 7, 1972 THE MICHIGAN GAIL l PcO Seven Thursday, September 7, 1972 TH'L MICHIGAN DAIL1 ~'~e Seven artists gather for local fair ba refootin' down to concerts By LORIN LABARDEE It wasa true community oef fort- when Ann Arbor, hosted its 13th annual street fair last July. The streets were crowded by anybne with any interest in art, sidewalk sales, music or antiques - and this included just about everyone. The most widel...…

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…Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY i hi ircrlnv aar +cwha. I 1 U7I nursaay, -)epTemt)er f, t v f r A- Wi ' / j c r" . J _ .. j r .. ,. fr . _ < r l . . > ~_,.. :.. r _....,, ' ' _...-- "- , _._.-/ / __..-- - .. f 4 i t I ,y +' i' , r, ' . . ' \ . \ -___.. --__ a / f I rr v ,&-.4 4 ' i . ' . ,. , ti, : , ti 4 " I f '"T 'C. 1- 7,4 / r j yaw j B80K 11(Se S YU FRO OR, HOW TO VOID THe BRO&D Line It's almost time for school to sta...…

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…Thursday, September 7, 197 THE MICHIGAN DAILY date but I find that the student similar stand against the legali- cent petition drive to get the body is not looking at me as a zation of marijuana. "I don't abortion law on the November Republican. or somebody else as think we've entirely resolved ballot. a Democrat but they're looking the question of how harmful On the women's movement, at the individuals and the kinds these drugs are, just what...…

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…r Page Teri THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 7, 1972 YOUR HI-FI election sees SOUND . . fHEAnp ir conservative gain r ,. ., ....., .?., X. $ { f l i Z f } <#:rs:6i"':.<iSr" '' i'+' iw1;:.t }f i::?3r i"r..r::a.:: }r. ":: " r:::.o r: r':. '.:C: ^:: ::iii "' '::}:: i.t"::. ::"i ti %:l"' rh't, %:?kY? : 'ii;";":y ii:;%ii32i'>'i4isi iti?'>riii% i i: y$y v.;.t:':\:";,y.;.}"::'r,:.::: "r::::vr:?::Li ".?. .. r ,C;:; ? "'i; v;r^:;: i : :ti i :...…

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…Thursday, Sep#ember T, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven Thursday, September 7, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven $5 pot law . adopted by city (Continued from Page 1) ed on the night of the decision with youthful supporters of the, new law who cheered and clap- ped when the new ordinance was passed. Both the Demo- cratic and Human Rights Party council 'members - who allied. to pass the bill - seemed pleased with the new law. Counci...…

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….Primp TwplvA_ THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 7, 1972 rag Iwc~-vc I 1235 S. UNIVERSITY " 300 S. STATE * ANN ARBOR 668-9866 665.3 679 MICH. DISCOUNT RECORDS TWO ANN ARBOR STORES ARE WE STOCK ALL-KINDS OF MUSIC ON NEARLY EVERY AS AN ADDED INTRODUCTORY BONUS WE HAVE IN HAPPY TO WELCOME YOU TO THE UNIVERSITY OF LABEL: CLASSIC FOLKD POP* ROCK* JAZZ CLUDED IN THIS AD. NINE COUPONS FOR LARGE DIS MICHIGAN. WE EXTEND TO YOU OUR ...…

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…',YI L Sfrbiian Datfi Section Two-Culture Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, September 7, 1972 Ten Pages Culture here is a kaliedescope of experience, an ever-changing montage of diverse figures Central to Ann Arbor's cultural prominence is an established group of artists. Accollade. Money. Aliena- tion. Idol worship. Often less acclaimed is a circle of popular artists who perform for a heightened consciousness and pro- duce for lower monetary...…

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…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 7, 197: Page Two THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Thursday, Sepfember 7, 1972 magical noise in vocal poetry By GLORIA JANE SMITH Supplement Co-Editor You undoubtedly remember hating poetry during your ear- ly school years . . . tedious lec- tures that ripped poems apart word-by-word in order to ex- hibit a disciplined metric pat- tern or an intricate rhyme scheme? Often overlooked then was the most obvio...…

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…Thursday Septpmber 7, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three Thursday, September 7, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three societie, vas das groov By NEAL GABLER Vas is das groovy? That, my friends, is an extremely impor- tant question for us all, because if you're an incoming freshman, groovy is what you will aspire to be; if you're a sophomore, groovy is what you are in the process of becoming; if you're a junior, groovy is what you , are suppo...…

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…Page Pour THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, Septerxiber 7, 1"972, Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 7, 1 972 a myriad of local galleries By JOHN MARSTON On Jessie Forsythe's desk is an abstraction in a glass box, which, a note explains, was cre- -ated when her grandson drop- ped his model car on the stove. She is the owner of Forsythe, Gallery, the oldest gallery in Ann Arbor, located ab)ve the. Post Office in Nickels Arcade. T...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five l W inf111ormal dining This being no. scientific survey, is instead the gathered comments of Daily staff members and their friends about Ann Arbor's array of restaurants and bars. Take our impressionistic manual with a grain of salt, and goo out, discover for yourself. / formal diningto 1JMN ERSITV~ CiA . Michigan Union "F'ood is Generally tasteless and bland like the l...…

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… Page* Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY I hursday, September 7, 1977 Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY thursday, 5eptember 7, 1972 Uff' msic . he a By LORIN LABARDEE Although camping out for two or three nights to buy tic- kets for a concert is a pheno- menon commonly associated with big city concerts, local con- cert enthusiasts are often equal- ly persistent. Witness, for ex- ample, last fall when it was announced that tickets for an upcoming Jefferso...…

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…Thursday, September 7 1972 THEWICHIGAN DAILY rage Seven Thursday, September 7, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY rage ~ever~ m7usical ac. By DONALD SOSIN Starting with the Glee Club's performance at the President's Welcome this fall, the campus will once again be plunged into a whirlpool of musical activities. The University Musical So- ciety (UMS) will be bringing in an exciting series of concerts to campus this season; orches- tras, soloists, ch...…

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…'age Eight: THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 7, 1972 power center opens lavishly By ROSE SUE BERSTEIN Keeping time with the chim- ing of the bells in Burton Tower, the belles of Ann Arbor strolled into the gala ceremon- ies at the opening of the Power Center for the Performing Arts last October. Lush and lavish were the guests and lush and lavish their surroundings for the premiere of Truman Capote's play The Grass Harp. "Good even...…

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…Thursddy, September 7, 1972L THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine _...r.. Thursday, September 7, 1 9L THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine fans create a comicboo culture By MARTIN STERN g .eut 5,000 strong, armed win. several tattered 'Super- man comicsin one hand, a wad of cash in the other,, and a 'pen- cil behind the ear, they repre- sent a growing cultural force in this country. They? The true comic book fans. The true fan doesn't just read comics...…

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…Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 7, 102 Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 7, 1972 more groovy films (Continued from Page 3) "All power to the people!" Now it's not everywhere you can get that and a movie too. CINEMA II: Way back around World War I, or so I was told in a history course, some statesman, in a lapse of statesmanship, called Turkey the "sick man of Eu- rope." To borrow that sobriquet, the "sick ma...…

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… JIL i :43, i1 Section Three-Sports Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, September 7, 1972 Eight Pages Sports at Michigan means different things to different people. To Don Canham, Michigan Athletic Director, sports is a big business. To the coaches like basketball's Johnny Orr and football's Bo Schembechler it means winning, because winning means a national reputation, a national repu- tation means recruiting success and recruiting success mean...…

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…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 7, 1972 j Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursdoy, September 7, 1972 cagers Prepare for newsse i era By BOB HEUER and DAN BORUS The hopes of the Michigan basketball team took a nose- dive with the flimsy knees of two of its key players in 1971-72 and though the team flirted .with excellence, the Wolverines fell to mediocrity by the sea- son's end. This year withthe most tal- ent laden squad t...…

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…Thursday, September 7, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three Thursday, September7, 1972 THE MiCHIGAN DAILY bo's boys seek rosy perfection -Daily-Rolfe Tessem harry banks (20) streams through By BILL ALTERMAN For the third year in a row, the Wolverine football season ran one game too long. In 1969, the Maize and Blue climaxed an 8-2 regular season by losing the Rose Bowl. The next year it was a final game loss -to Ohio State in Colum- ...…

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…Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, S#pttmbtr 7. 1972 Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursdoy, Sept~mb~r 7, 1972 tankers try harder batsmen need the rbi 'S By C1IUCK BLOOM The Michiganvswim team is fast becoming the Avis of Big Ten swimming. For the past I I years, the Wolverines have been playing the role of bridesmaid to the Hoosiers of Indiana. And since Indiana is. in a class by itself in swimming, Michigan must endure the pain of ...…

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…Thursday, September 7, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five' -_., netters reign as bid nkings By GEORGE HASTINGS Most sports fans are aware of some of the major dynasties in college sports, such as UCLA's domination of West Coast bas- ketball, Indiana's preponder- ance in Midwestern swimming, and Penn State's supremacy in Eastern football. But few are cognizant of an- other dynasty that has been just as decided - that of Michigan in Midw...…

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…Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 7, 1972' PageSix HE ICHIAN AILYThurday Sepembr 7,197 icers can't freak Out on tri, I By JOEL GREER One of the keys to the develop- ment of a successful hockey team is the proper ratio be- tween youth and experience. Last season, the Wolverines nearly had the right combination as a sprinkling of both seniors and freshmen carried them into the Western Collegiate 'Hockey As- sociation playof...…

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… Thurcdo\ , Sec erl,,ber 7, 1972 NE i I ,A DAISY Poaee rer-i . Thursdoy~ September 7, 972 PHE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven un ksmen look titleward gridders sport new attack, hard line defense in rose bid I' Finishing a surprising fourth in the Big Ten tournament last year, has only wetted the appe- tite of the Michigan golfers for the conference crown. Sparked by Neil Spiralny's runner-up fin- ish the golfers did a great dea better than th...…

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…Thursday, September 7, 1972. THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 7, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY x I N I Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, Graduate Students and Faculty 4 and ULRICH'S S USED and NEW TEXTBOOKS for every course on the Michigan Campus Psi 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. -to serve you bes In this ad, we have tried to introduc...…

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… Y L £frjg OAOF Section Four-Student Life Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, September 7, 1972 Twelve Pages Central to student life is a wispy web of relation- ships beyond the reach of any bureaucratic control. We weave a world of undetermined patterns, an amorphous montage of arrogance and revolt, of com- pliance and convention. Ours is a lifestyle undefined. 6i r -T- TYN .T J …

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…Au Page Two 1~I I I *1 E 1 I 1 ;. I OFF/ on fletch 1 1 1 1 1 1 * Io By ROSE SUE BERSTEIN 1 1 1 Once you arrive at the Uni- *i f versity, getting a sore throat or C o n maybe breaking your wrist is l ano longer a simple matter in- volving a visit to the family I 1 doctor, paid for by your par- - ents. Now you have to decide 1 whether you should brave all u those rumors about University - i Health Service - "they think Swith this coupon every w...…

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…Thursday, September 7, 1972 ME MICHIGAN DAILY rage Three Thursday, September 7, 1972 FHE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three It is the season of the student .. . a time to frolic . When the sky is crisp nd the afternoon mellow, students of- ten gather at a variety of Uni- versity spots for meditating, mingling and frolicking. Central to campus activity is the Diagonal, referred to by students as the "Diag." Bord- ered by the Harlan Hatcher Libr...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 7, 1972 I I inside 420 maynard Students who find the Michi- gan Daily on their doorstep six mornings a week often don't re- alize the massive human ma- chinery that operates day and night to push the paper to press. Daily work is accomplished through the combined efforts of four separate student staffs- editorial, business, sports, and photography - with the help of professional printers. Although i...…

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…Thursday, September 7,' 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Nage Fve Thursday, September 7, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY rage live plagiarism turns professional By HERMAN TWINKLE Student plagiarists last year were able to turn to commercial termpaper services instead of relying on friends or fraternity- sorority files. Traffic in purloined papers, however, has not proven ex- tremely profitable. Two of the three localtermpaper business- es, Creative Resea...…

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…Page 'Six 'r1 II-KAiIr- il/AL I n AII I HL IQR..1Ilt\N LUAILY fnursaay, ep emt er I,I'( U REFRI ER TORS TV's STE REDS 2 cu., ft. Refrigerator * free pick-up and delivery of 3 cu. ft. Refrigerator refrigerators at the beginning and end of the semester (Dorms only) can be applied * part of your monthly rental payment, 5 cu. ft. Ref rgeraior towards purchase price if you decide to buy it We're friendly. folIks-come on in...…

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…illusions of security .p N:N.a: awx+.: stm .vnsvx.. :,:..::c. ... .:.,:,. ......:.::::::..,::..:mv::a >..... ..x . w ..,, , :::. ::::::...::... x.,,..... ............ ::.. . _....... Despite the seemingly safe atmosphere of the campus, Uni- versity students are not immune to crime and security problems common to most city residents. The transitory lifestyle of stu- dents-coning and going at odd hours, often leaving doors un- locked and w i ...…

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…h *r f ur uuy, )uptumruer it I~l// 0 ' to n N rbor as tI YES, THE HUB OF ANN ARBOR HAS WHAT YOU WANT! AND IT'S JUST 3 SHORT BLOCKS FROM THE HEART OF THE CAMPUS Downtown Ann Arbor welcomes you to the great University of Michigan and to our swinging city. We're proud of both and we feel we're part of the University's campus. We like to think of Downtown Ann Arbor as an extension of college life . . . as we've always catered to all the ...…

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