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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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11-1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Fridnv Anril U ic~c

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OPPOSE I-M FUNDING:
Tenants Union discusses plans
for summer-fall, anti-trust suit

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By SAM DAMREN
The Tenants Union steering
committee discussed current, sum-
mer and fall plans 'to win an econ-
omic war against the landlords"
last night during an open meet-
ing in the Union Ballroom.
Discussion centered around:
-Problems of establishing fed-
eral jurisdiction in the present
anti-Trust suit against local real-
tors;
-Strategies for subleting apart-
ments on twelve month leases;
-Fall plans to enlarge mem-
bership, widen scopes of interest in
economic and policy areas, and
spread to other campuses,
The Tenants Union also resolved
to "condemn" a current proposal
to construct two new intramural
Dorm board
asks end
to all hours-
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Before the Board of Governors
heard the plan, the proposal had
been approved by both Mosher
and Jordan House councils, the
two resident directors, and t h e
building director. It will now be
brought before Mrs. Newell for
further consideration.
Mrs. Newell yesterday declined
comment on the question.
The Board also considered
granting single rooms for resident
advisers. Discussion centered
around the establishment of pr-
iorities- involved in the reassign-

buildings which is before the Uni-
versity's Administrative Commit-
tee on Intramurals.
The resolution objected to the
use of $16 million student fees
without student approval, and pro-
posed a Student Government
Council referendum to measure
student support for the new build-
ings.
The anti-trust suit that has
been filed against landlords has
been stalled until Tenants Union
lawyers can bring the charges into
federal court under the Inter-
state Commerce Act.
The Tenants Union hopes to
prove that interstate commerce is
involved in Ann Arbor rents
through out of state student
leases, and has, asked members of
the Union from out of state to
sign affidavits attesting to finan-
cial hardship from high rents.
In response to garnishments on
the banking accounts of tenants
by Campus Management for not
paying rents, the Tenants Union
has suggested- that tenants re-
move funds from ;their banking
accounts' and convert them to
travellers checks.'
The Tenants Union has also
placed a garnishment on Campus
Management to insure payment
of damage deposits to tenants.
The steering committee also
suggested that tenants simply
abandon their apartments for the
summer and let the landlords sub-
let them.
Next fall the Tenants Union
hopes to enlarge their constituen-1
cies into the poor and black neigh-
borhoods in Ann Arbor, but moves
to other campuses also are
planned. _
The steering committee has met
with student tenants from Mich-
igan State and Ohio University,

and has made contacts with Ohio
State University and Western
Michigan.
Representatives from the Ten-
ants Union are organizing stu-
dents who will be leaving dorms
next year for apartments, and ex-
pect to bring membership in the
Union up to between 4,000 and
5,000 members next fall.
The steering committee also re-
ported a meeting with President
Robben Fleming concerning t h e
Tenant Union's use of fall regis-
tration figures and housing stu-
dies that have not been released.
Stuart Katz, Grad., a member
of the steering committee, report-
ed that Fleming said he could
not release certain information to
the Tenants Union, because of a
confidential agreement with t h e
landlords and a conflict of inter-
ests in the University between stu-
dents and landlords.

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Daily Classifieds Get Results

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-Associated Press
Making the big-time
When you're a, big black cube that revolves, people push you around. But if you happen to turn
into a flashy die, you make national news. Newspapers all over the country carried pictures of the
famous cube yesterday after 1 pizza boards were strategically applied, and Jack Hamilton, Uni-
versity director of information services, got out to pose for the press.
PROTEST POLICE ACTION:
Harvard students call strike

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(Continued from Page 1) ? from neighboring dormitories as
was to speak. The demonstrators I police approached.
at MIT also began a march to! President Nathan M. Pusey yes-
Harvard, but it started to rain terday maintained silence on the
and only about 10 completed the disturbance, one of the worst in
mile trek.. the history of the college, founded
The court arraignments of in 1636.
ng took most f yestery.mor However, he was quoted by The
An estimated 1,000 students Harard Crimson the student
jeered the police and some fights' newspaper, as saying that policet
broke out after the demonstrators wxere called in ,because "it became
ere trucked off to court. ce in the course of the evening
The small group of overnight that the only possible alternative
sympathizers was swollen by hun- was to take nocion at all."
dreds of freshmen who came down, Classes were held as scheduled,
Stanford rotesters
continue occupation

but attendance was down drastic- ment of dormitory space left va-
ally. Professors and moderate stu- cant by students whe renege on
dent leaders spoke along with their housing contracts.
militants at an overflow rally in
1,200-seat Memorial Church. k Two motions, one to give resi-

"What happened this morning
was a disaster to rea son and re-
tionality," said Dr. Stanley Hoff-
man, a professor of government.

dent advisers first. priority and
one to give students living in con-
verted rooms who wish to move
out of them first priority in as-
signment of vacancies were b o t h

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said the college administration,
not the police, were the real ene-
my and should be forced to capi-
tulate to six demands.
The demands, dismissed as un-I
reasonable by the school, include
abolition of ROTC training and a
halt to Harvard's expansion plans
in Cambridge and Boston neigh-
borhoods.
Harvard's faculty committee had

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(Continued from Page 1) At Queens College in New York academi n redb uaor Rto thdran
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ing. Observers said the strike spring vacation to join in pro- structors.
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class attendance in the building and firing of faculty members. Onj
had suffered significantly. Wednesday students occupied the
Students demands include re- administration building during a
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