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Sunday, April 5, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

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created to
aid callers
By STEPHEN SHOGAN
If you need some information,
just want to talk, or have a prob-
lem but don't know where to turn

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN forinto
Room 3528 L. S. A B I d g ., before
2 p.m., of the day preceding pub-
lication and by 2 p.m. Friday for
Saturday and Sunday. Items ap-
pear once only. Student organiza-
tion notices a re not accepted for
publication. Fo0r more informa-

Degree Recital: Gale Kramer, organ, ney Hodkinson, conductors, Sch. of
Hill Aud., 8:00 p.m. Music Recital Hall, 8:00 p.m.

MONDAY, APRIL 6
Physics Colloquium: D. Lyon, "Char-
acteristics of pp Inelastic Interactions
Above 100 GeV", P&A Colloq. Rm., 4:00
p.m.
Basketball: Harlem Glorbetotters vs.
Red Klotz's N.J. Reds: The Ginny Tiu
Musical Revue, Bob Parry, trampolin-
ist and Norikazu, world table t e n n i s
champion, Crisler Arena, 7:30 p.m.
. Afro-Arierican Studies Program Lect.:
C. R. James, Federal City College,
"Black Nationalism in America": Aud.
A, Angell Hall, 8:00 p.m.
Geography Lect.: Forest Stearns, U.
of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, "Urban Habi-:
tat for Wildlife and Man": Rackham
Amph., 8:00 p.m.
Composers Forum: Jack Fortney, Syd-

Placement Service
APRIL 6 & 7:
Interview at Dept. of Journalism.
Detroit Free Press, lib. arts areas, BA!
AA levels for editorial work, call Mrs.
Sheffer, 764-0420 for appts.
INTERVIEWS AT SPS:
APRIL 7:
Horn Chocolate Co., Ind., work out of
own area, car nec., contacting retail
grocers in midwest.
APRIL 8:
Good Humor Co., Det., good money,
men and women, Det. and suburbs.
APRIL 9:
Camp Tamarack, Fresh Air Soc., Det.
(Continued on Page 8)

DOES YOUR PRESENT LIVING SITUATION
OFFER YOU

tion, phone 764-4270.
to, the new Ann Arbor Network is
the answer.
Day v..aem
Established last Wednesday, the
network is designed to supply the
Ann Arbor community with a co- SUNDAY, APRIL 5
ordinating center capable of Degree Recital: Shirley Storr
quickly directing a caller to a 10- lin, school or Music Recital
cation where he may obtain as- University Arts Chorale:
sistance for any problem. Klein, conductor, Hill Aud., 3
The network presently consists Degree. Recital: Joan Weir
of one telephone line, 769-6540. Recital: Willis Patterson, I
which can be called around the Blatt, piano, Rackham Lect
clock. There, one of 30 volunteers, 4:30 p.m.
each working a four-hour shift. International Center Fin
acts as an operator to provide the "Abortion and the Law," In
caller w i t h referal information, Center, 7:30 p.m.
telephone numbers, or just plain .oprano, School of Music RE
conversation. 8:00 p.m.
The Ann Arbor Network was -____
set up by Al Stavely, '71 Engin,
along with Rev. Mark Harris of
the Canterbury House. Stavely
has modeled the network along Y UH
the lines of Open City in Detroit,
a similar although much m o r e
far-reaching project.
The Network organizers hope AS COUN C I LM
to build a complete file of con- -steered throug
tacts in Ann Arbor which callers Ann Arbor a
can be referred to concerning -introduced th
questions on areas such as drugs control ordina
and the draft. They began by us- -worked to ma
ing the Canterbury' House files ation' and min
but now are depending on infor- -introduced da
mation being brought in by their fair settlemen
operators or phoned in by outside
sources.
In addition, Stavely says,, the F O R CONTI '
network organizers sare "scouring
the community to see who is pro- SENTATION 0
viding needed services and what
others should be provided.' He
hopes the network will let the RE-ELECI
various agencies know of e a c h
other's work and eventually have
a hand in corordinating them.
Although now in its infancy, the
Ann Arbor Network has m a n y
larger plans for the future. The
netv-ork hopes to provide aid to
runaway teens through a service
known as Ozone House. Presently
the Network handles incoming
calls from runaways by providing
some personal contact between
the operator and the runaway
However, beginning this summer,
Ozone House is expected to be
a b1e to provide temporary ac-
comodations for 20 people a n d
serve at least one full meal per
day to 40 people.
Ozone House is to be staffed by
four to , six resource people who
A have had no formal training but
will talk with the runaways and
refer them to qualified people if Aterpolm eoetotc-W l
ther roles ee ooteh Still
nical. The staff will also be able
to act as go-betweens, for t h e
teens and their parents. Along
wth this it-is hoped that the pro-! W H
. Ject will be able to provide inex- I
pansive legal, medical, and psy-'
C ological aid.
The network organizers h o p ea
t .at Ozone House will play an-
c 'her role as a community center
for junior high and high school
students. W n
S "Presently, these people have B s
no place to go to without paying' us
money," says David Bowman, the
network project innovatgr. "We A I R
would like Ozone House to be able
to be used for meetings, showing
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