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

… I E LIEd 43UU r iEat1 .~ , Vol. XCII, No. 1 Ann Arbor, Michigan, September 10, 1981 Ten Cents Ninety-eight Pages A dministration, 'U, New tighten 'U' direc belt lion: Smaller but better' Waiting for the season opener Doily Photo by PAUL ENGSTROM A lone student relaxes amidst thousands of empty seats at Michigan Stadium. He will soon have plenty of company as the Wolverines shoot for the national championship. Regen.ts ax geography...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 -Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily BUDGET REDUCTION THREA TENS FUNDS Financial aid squeezed By MARK GINDIN Many students find the most frustrating and serious considerations of a vgollege career revolve around whether they can pay for one. And many of those who cannot handle the expenses alone seek help from the University's Office of Financial Aid. The time between applying for and receiving - or not receiving - the ac-...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…a! Levi an' ft Ins I d A6,00 F .. 44 f.5 m * - . With the NIKE OCEANIA, you'll makez NIKE puts its most popular features into Long-lasting flared herringbone soles and foa uppers set off in a choice of colors. With sizes both men and womern And OLLIE and OLI% OCEANIA for kids. NIKE OCEANIlAS: take 'em out for a crui *Regularly SAVE 25.95 6.07 4r.^ :. . The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981-Page 3 Main Street Welcomes U of M Studen...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…OPINION ly Page 4 Thursday, September 10, 1981 The Michigan Dai Edited and managed by students at The University of Michigan A MICHIGAN (WHERE?) GRAD SEEKS TRUTH Is there life after college? Vol. XCII, No. 1 420 Maynard St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Editorials represent a majority opinion of the Daily's Editorial Board 4 S 'Smaller but better?' R EDIRECTION, retrenchment, "smaller but better." No matter what the prevailing term, the chan...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981-Page 5 other voices University 'redeplo Last July, Daily summer Editor-in-Chief challenge to us. We could always lower our ex- David Meyer asked University President penses to any desirable level if the outcome Harold Shapiro to explain the University's were of no concern to us. If there were fewer policy of redirection toward "smaller but books in the library, then there would be fewer better,...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…Page 6 -ThursdaySeptember 10, 1981--The Michigan Daily Inv By MARK GINDIN Much like a Wall Street brokerage house, the University ' invests in just about anything that will generate money, in an effort to help ease tuition hikes and program cuts. x During the 1979-80 school year, investment income totaled more than $18.7 million. Student fees for the same period totalled $83.8 million. Had the investments not been there, a ,:significant incre...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

…New 'U' Hospital building .approved By LOU FINTOR As the University embarks on its massive Hospital Replacement Project, a number of concerns have been raised by health professionals concerning the justification of such an all-encompassing facility. The $285 million complex will replace the old University Hospital, built in 1923 and now in need of extensive repair. Although state officials and University Regents agreed at last June's Regents ...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 8

…0 Page 8 --Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily LOCAL TRA VEL MADE EASY 'U: city transits span Ann Arbor By LOU FINTOR The work of the Women's Safety Task Force of the Public Interest Research Group in Michigan - in conjunction with the Ann Arbor Transportation Authority - is bearing fruit. After mon- ths of determined efforts, a 24-hour public transit system will soon become a reality. The service will be provided by in- depende...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily,-Thursday, September 10, 1981-Page 9 Even Ann Arbor not immune to violent crime Daily Photo by PAUL ENGSTROM Leo Kelly, Jr., accusedof two campus murders last year, leaves the courtroom following a pre-trial hearing. 2 students kiled at Bursley; By ANN MARIE FAZIO Last April's killing of two University students at Bursley dormitory on North Campus was not, much to the distress of the University community, the only such in...…

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

…p i 0 -Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily 7/ 119 0 10 A, j A * NOW FEATURING "NEXT DAY OR FREE" PHOTO SERVICE ON 110-126-135 SIZE FULL ROLL COLOR DEVELOPING!! * SEE IN-STORE DISPLAY FOR COMPLETE DETAILS * * YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR SCHOOL SUPPLIES AT DISCOUNT PRICES! 01 EVERYTHING FOR YOUR HOME, APARTMENT, DORM AT SUPER DISCOUNT PRICES!! CLIP THESE COUPOIS FOR SUPER SAVINGS PLUS THOUSANDS OF SPECIA'LS THROUGHOUT THE ...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 11

…,.. The Michigan' Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981--Page 11 747!'A *I1I I 0 I k I " THE BEST ALBUM PRICES IN TOWN I I o ALL NEW, AL L GREAT, AND W AITING FOR. YOU "THE BEST ALBUM PRICES IN TOWN I I i 1 "WELCOME BACK TO THE. BEST SOUNDS'& PRICES IN TOWN!I i FOREIGNER" FOREIGNER INCLUDES URGENT/JUKE BOX HERO/NIGHT LIFE WAITING FOR A GIRL LIKE YOU '" THE ROCKETS "BACKTALK" RF A C KIfTA t K " ZZ TOP ,DEL jLOCO" " IILACKFOOT "M...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 12

…0 FAMOUS FO R ESTAURANT HOME-MADE BREAD * BEST BREAKFASTS IN TOWN (Try the waffles t) " SANDWICHES a SALADS * DINNERS * SEAFOOD + CARRY-OUT SERVICE-668-9538 Corner of Catherine and Glen (short walk from Med. Center) Page 12 -Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily Tenure: By LORENZO BENET Daily News Analysis The debate c AL z 12 V V low 0 V When Was- The test lime You' Were Sick? - Did you have a healt insurance covera - What d...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 13

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981--Page 13 TECHNOLOGY ON-THE MARCH The federal government is by far the biggest sponsor of re- search at the University, with industry a distant second. The graph shows total sponsored research activities during the past five fiscal years and the allotment to broad fields of study. What appears to be a radical increase the last few years is deceptive; in constant 1975 dollars the five year increa...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 14

…Page 14 -Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily vRAE' S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..a. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .....:....:...,.5.5....5S4~,Sw.F;.. S.>>m Health Service still a good bargain By JENNIFER MILLER This fall, students will be assessed a $47 Health Service fee-an increase from last year's $33. However, with a few exceptions, there will no longer be extra charges for ser- vices. In the past, students have paid...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 15

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981-Page 15 Hospital construction continues amidst dissent (Continued from Page 7) *ervironment for its students." DALSTON REFERRED TO THE 'CHPC-SEM statement as "a convic- tion that has been held by many, but I'm confident that it doesn't apply to us." 'Dalston maintains that in order to continue producing high-quality health professionals, the University must keep .upI' with expensive, modern, tec...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 16

…0 Page 16 -Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily Death of ex- 'U' student stirs international row By JOHN ADAM Last July an incident halfway around the world sparked a long-submerged problem into a broiling public confron- tation here at the University. The alleged murder in Taiwan of a former University Ph.D. student made news across the country and brought two basic groups - the Chinese Nationalists and the native Taiwanese - ...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 17

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, Seotember 10, 1981--Page 17 I li Bikers beware! Cops on prowl By JENNIFER MILLER Bicycling will get you to classes faster, especially when you're late for that math quiz. But there are a few prerequisites to bicycling in Ann Arbor. Bike registration is mandatory by city ordinance, and costs a one-time fee of $2.50. Cyclists can register at any of the dorm offices, the Housing Office, or at the City Clerk's offic...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 18

…0 Page 18. -Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily Gotta leave town? TryAmtrak By MARK GINDIN The University of Michigan is a time- honored port of call; students here hail fromn all parts of the world. Thus, tran- Ssportation to and from school can be K'quite a problem for many. All the students who have made it to school have overcome the problems, 'however, proving the obstacles are not insurmountable. Bus drivers, airline pilots...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 19

…The Michigan Daily--Thursday, September 10, 1981-Page 19 NEW TREA TMENT FOR LI VER, BR AIN TUMORS 'U' makes cancer break By LOU FINTOR University researchers have unveiled new methods of diagnosing and treating often deadly forms of cancer-methods which may hold promise for thousands of terminally ill patients. The preliminary results of a new drug delivery system for treating liver tumors were recently announced by Dr. William Ensminger, as...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 20

…Page 20 --Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily ourseal in7 : 4 the school ya'round, with a lows-cost refrigerator rental from the University Cellar. * A RENTAL UNIT TERMS iL c o fl0 c~ lC 0 $ 32.00 September 1 through April 30, 1981. Plus $10.00 deposit . Dock Delivery- to the loading dock of most dorms $1.00 extra. Open 7 days a week in the Michigan Union.. 6 a0 I, , 1. 'I,, 48. 00 62.00 . _ .I I. / ' ',~, 4.....…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 21

…d I ;a I { : c . .. I I P itan 1tlQ Vol. XCII, No. 1 Copyright 1981, The Michigan Daily Ann Arbor, Michigan, September 10, 1981 Ninety-eight Pages Emptypockets 'U' tuition climbs 18 percent By NANCY BILYEAU Students will have to dig deeply into their wallets this fall as the Regents voted in July to raise tuition by 18 per- cent, the largest hike in recent years. Tuition for full-time freshpersons and sophomores who are Michigan resid...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 22

…0l ,,Page 2 -Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily '1Officials begi 'a' budgets, p By DAVID MEYER cut in the salary budgets y People often speak ominously of the every academic departme 'redirection" of the University, and of academic program in the administrators' efforts, through exten- Then, they began targeting : ive cutbacks in University programs programs that they consi Ind departments, to create a "smaller for much larger cu...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 23

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981-Page 3 0 - - - - - - - - - - Main Street Welcomes U of M Students 306- 12 South Main Prices effective Aug. 21 to Sept. 19 while quantities last. Shop Mon. & Fri. 9:30-9:00 Sat. £&Weekdays 9:30-5:30 Kline, Visa, Mastercard i A ;. i, a I H LL , /~x ,Y F H Levi Denim and Levi Corduroy Jeans Reg. 22.00 j488 6,000 Pair on hand. Boot Cut, Straight Leg and Regular Bells Waist Sizes 28-42 Ins...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 24

…m, a OPINION Page 4 Thursday, September 10, 1981 The Michigan Daily Edited and managed by students at The University of Michigan A MICHIGAN (WHERE?) GRAD SEEKS TR UTH Is there life after college? Vol. XCII, No. 1 420 Maynard St. Ann Arbor,. MI 48109 Editorials represent a majority opinion of the Daily's Editorial Board 'Smaller but better? R EDIRECTION, retrenchment, "smaller but better." No matter What the prevailing term, the c...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 25

… The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981-Page 5 other voices University' Last July, Daily summer Editor-in-Chief challenge to t David Meyer asked University President penses to an Harold Shapiro to explain the University's were of no cc policy of redirection toward "smaller but books in the I better, "and to comment on how he thinks books in the the; University will fare under the Reagan laboratory in administration's budget cuts. Th...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 26

…Page 6 --Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily MORE DEFENSE INDUSTRIES ADDED Investments bolster'U'inco By MARK GINDIN Much like a Wall Street brokerage house, the University invests in just about anything that will generate money, in an effort to help ease tuition hikes and program cuts. During the 1979-80 school year, investment income totaled more than $18.7 million. Student fees for the same period totalled $83.8 million. Had ...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 27

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981-Page 7 ' ,New 'U' Hospital building approved H ' By LOU FINTOR As the University embarks on its massive Hospital Replacement Project, a number of concerns have been raised by health professionals concerning the justification of such an all-encompassing facility. The $285 million complex will replace the old University Hospital, built in 1923 and now in need of extensive repair.0 Although state ...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 28

…0 Page 8 -Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily LOCAL TRA VEL MADE EASY U, city transits span Ann Arbor i By LOU FINTOR The work of the Women's Safety Task Force of the Public Interest Research Group in Michigan - in conjunction with the Ann Arbor Transportation Authority - is bearing fruit. After mon- ths of determined efforts, a 24-hour public transit system will soon become a reality. The service will be provided by in- depend...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 29

…The Michigpn Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981-Page 9 Even Ann Arbor not immune to violent crime G ood luck Doily Photo by KIM HILL New students and late enrollees wait in line Tuesday for their last chance to pick courses before the general student population begins the drop/add ritual today. By ANN MARIE FAZIO Last April's killing of two University students at Bursley dormitory on North Campus was not, much to the distress of the Univers...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 30

…Page 10 -Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily A4 .111 7/ Lk I L- A 00 c- z F * NOW FEATURING "NEXT DAY OR FREE" PHOTO SERVICE ON 110-126-135 SIZE FULL ROLL COLOR DEVELOPING!! * SEE IN-STORE DISPLAY FOR COMPLETE DETAILS * * YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR SCHOOL SUPPLIES AT DISCOUNT PRICES!! EVERYTHING FOR YOUR HOME, APARTMENT, DORM AT SUPER DISCOUNT PRICES!! CLIP THESE COUPONS FOR SUPER SAVINGS PLUS THOUSANDS OF SPECIALS THRO...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 31

…The Michigao Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981--Page 11 ,bof f 0.1 011 I k L q "THE BEST ALBUM PRICES IN TOWNI! ALL NEW, ALL GREAT, AND WAITING FOR YOU "THE BEST ALBUM PRICES IN TOWN! I II -4 a 4 1 "WELCOME BACK TO THE BEST SOUNDS & PRICES IN TOWN!I " FOREIGNER 5,4 FOREIGNER " THE DOCKETS "BACKTALK" B A C K TALK - - " ZZ TOP "EL LOCO" "MARAUDER" BLACKFOO "MARAUDER" " STACY LATTISAW "WITH YOU" "< i 0 IT ST ACY LATTISAW ...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 32

…4 Page 12 -Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily = -- " '' , _ -! ""fir Angelo'11s FAMOUS FOR ESTAURANT HOME-MADE BREAD " BEST BREAKFASTS IN TOWN (Tr the waffles!) ' " SANDWICHES* SALADS * DINNERS* SEAFOOD " CARRY-OUT SERVICE-668-9538 Corner of Catherine and Glen (short walk from Med. Center) Tenure: The debate continues WhnWa hrLs ime ' eLfYou Were Sick? - Did you have a healt insurance covera -What did your icy cover? -Were ...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 33

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981-Page 13 TECHNOLOG Y ON THE MARCH The federal government is by far the biggest sponsor of re- search at the University, with industry a distant second. The graph shows total sponsored research activities during the past five fiscal years and the allotment to broad fields of study. What appears to be a radical increase the last few years is deceptive; in constant 1975 dollars the five year increa...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 34

…p .0 page 14-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily . 'y r.. . . . .;o; 4"^Y> K:,. to RS «... s3i.. . .. l.a<,,.. .. . :.. .: w. G. . . ... A .. . Health Service still a good bargain By JENNIFER MILLER This fall, students will be assessed a $47 Health Service fee-an increase from last year's $33. However, with a few exceptions, there will no longer be extra charges for ser- vices. In the past, students have paid fees-in addition t...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 35

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981-Page 15 Hospital (Continued from .Page 7) In t , nvironment for its students." statemn DALSTON REFERRED TO THE hospita CHPC-SEM statement as "a convic- reads, tion that has been held by many, but very hi I'm confident that it doesn't apply to averag us." Univers Dalston maintains that in order to the pre continue producing high-quality health 1990 do professionals, the University must keep THE u...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 36

…Page 16. -Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily Death of ex- 'U' student stirs international row By JOHN ADAM ' Last July an incident halfway around the world sparked a long-submerged problem into a broiling public confron- tation here at the University. The alleged murder in Taiwan of a former University Ph.D. student made news across the country and brought two basic groups - the Chinese Nationalists and the native Taiwanese - ...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 37

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981-Page 17 Bikers beware! ' Cops on prowl By JENNIFER MILLER Bicycling will get you to classes faster, especially when you're late for that math quiz. But there are a few prerequisites to bicycling in Ann Arbor. Bike registration is mandatory by city ordinance, and costs a one-time fee of $2.50. Cyclists can register at any of the dorm offices, the Housing Office, or at the City Clerk's office in ...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 38

…01 Page 18 -Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily Gotta leave town? TryAmtrak By MARK GINDIN The University of Michigan is a time- honored port of call; students here hail from all parts of the world. Thus, tran- sportation to and from school can be quite a problem for many. 'All the students who have made it to school have overcome the problems, h'wever, proving the obstacles are not isurmountable. Bus drivers, airline 0ilots, tra...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 39

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981-Page 19 NEW TRE '4 TMENT FOR LIVER, BRAIN TUMORS 'U' makes cancer break- By LOU FINTOR University researchers have unveiled new methods of diagnosing and treating often deadly forms of cancer-methods which may hold promise for thousands of terminally ill patients. The preliminary results of a new drug delivery system for treating liver tumors were recently announced by Dr. William Ensminger, as...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 40

…Page 2Q--Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily .eep oursel in 4 the school ya'round, with a lows-cost refrigerator rental from the University Cellar. RENTAL UNIT TERMS iaE~flc~ ff~o $32.00O 43 .00 Il0 Q* D ng - gao September 1 through April 30, 1981., Plus $10.00. deposit. Dock Delivery- to the loading dock of most dorms $1.00 extra. Open7 days a week in the Michigan Union. ~ fRo 48.00 62.00 4 * ', . j~1 I,,," r " ,...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 41

…. . Thursday, September 10, 1981-Sec. 8-20 Pages I university 0 - inside Regents MSA 0. *. ...2 " . s "3 cu istory ..5 libr aries 0 0 0 . ; ; counseling study tips . 13 . 18 Daily Photo by DAVID GAL .. . . . . . Doily Photo …

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 42

…0 Page 2-B-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily Running the 'U' in dicult times 'N . N. NA. .~f. . . . . . .... ....,v..t. :.**{..... t .v*h:.,.. *.v . ...vx..N. vn... M. . . . Meet the Regents , By BARRY WITT Although some students may not know such a body ever exists, the Board of Regents has a great deal of influence on their lives, establishing the formal policies followed by the University. Much of the Regents' monthly age...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 43

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981-Page 3--. Student government . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... . ...\ ........" . . .. . . . . . .4' S till) striving to a lvage reputation MSA President John Feiger (left), Vice-President Amy Hartmann (right), the MSA chambers (below). ,.*. r. . r' :. .. , , ,, .'.. By DAVID MEYER The ...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 44

…, -. . F-:-- Page 4-B-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily By JOHN CRITCHETT It would take a voluminous text to thoroughly review the University's many colleges, and such a review is not possible in this space. Yet there are basic observations about these programs, albeit superficial, which may help students acquaint themselves with the diverse academic opportunities here. Further in- formation regarding these programs can be obta...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 45

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981-Page 5-B The By SARA ANSPACH and DAVE MEYER In the early days of the University, admission requirements dictated that students pass certain proficien- cy levels in the classics, be able to pay the $10 entrance fee, and "furnish satisfactory testimonials of good moral character." Fron that beginning 164 years ago as a tiny public college of the Michigan Territory to its current status as one of t...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 46

…Page 6-B-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily The memoirs of Or, 'The pleasures and pains of starting college' a freshman I 4 By STEVE HOOK The transition from pampered high school man-/woman-about- town to University computer num- ber is smooth for some, but rocky for most. Remember, freshpersons: You're in good company, and if misery loves company, you should -be in fine shape. To help ease the sometimes difficult process,, en...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 47

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981-Page 7-B Registration never easier, but students still grumble By PAMELA KRAMER e beginning, there was registration for classes rst-come, first-served basis. Students descen- Waterman Gym (now a field) to spend hours o register for classes. And it was grueling. i the University introduced a computer- d registration process called CRISP. Seniors ranted the first crack at classes, while other is ...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 48

…S Page 8-B-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily 0 I Making the University tick " It takes a large administration to run a University this size. Although most of the "front office personnel" operate behind the scenes, out of the general student body's view, some ad- ministrators are quite visible. Among those who regularly cross paths with students (clockwise, from top left): Director of Undergraduate Admissions Clifford Sjogre...…

September 10, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 49

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 10, 1981-Page 9-B Grad, UGLI, are among many fine campus libraries By DOUG BRICE Students seeking escape from the oise and distractions of their homes ometimes go to great lengths to find a quiet, comfortable place to study. While some find a place like the Arboretum satisfactory, most end up in one of the University's many libraries. These havens offer a (usually) quiet place to study, and in some c...…

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