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April 08, 1966 - Image 7

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Private Developers, University
Plan Diverse Types of Housing
(Continued from Page 1) ' land apartment recently won back Northwood proposal for married
"The University will offer its their damage deposit in a suit. housing in the near future.
services as a mediator in any dis- The off-campus housing office Construction on the Residen-
pute that arises between students is following many of the recom- tial College, which will provide
and landlords." mendations of President Hatcher'sr*
Blue Ribbon Housing report re- rooms for 1,200 students, is expect-
In other words the University leased last November. ed to begin late this year pending
will not stop graduation or regis-
tration of students who are behind The report did not, however, go Regental approval. Included in the
on their rent. It will continue to into specific situations where stu- plans are 240 unsupervised apart-
remind students who are behind dent tenants were experiencing ments.
on payment and mediate their difficulties. Vice-President for Business and
cases, but it will not be a collection "Of course there are landlords Finance Wilbur K. Pierpont points
agency. who are cheating students," says out that one of the problems about
Larry Phillips, Grad, one of the planning future student housing
Mrs. Kraker says that by and commission members. "But every- is the uncertainity of futur
large the University has little one knows about that sort of stuff, growth.
trouble with the smaller landlords. and we couldn't see any reason
But some landlords create such for putting it into the report." Several years ago the Univer-
problems that her office will have Currently the University is in- sity plan was to limit growth in our Miss J Q*g 9
nothing to do with them. volved in substantial housing proj-. Ann Arbor. Then in 1964 the Of- .
One such unit, owned by Hugh ects on North Campus. In addition fice of Academic Affairs estimated
Griffin of Plymouth, is located at to the 1200-capacity Bursley Hall, that Ann Arbor enrollment would tackles any
oulhta ubr oat e completooupasfrdso 00 owetereent2,weather
1000 Oakland. Mrs. Kraker points Cedar Bend I and II are near increase from the present 27,000 Y
utha nubrf nnthaecompletion. to upwards of 40,000. However, g
had difficulty getting their dam- They will offer 1,200 units for more recent estimates scale that I
age deposits back from Griffin. In single students. The Regents are figure own.Go-go and never
fact the tenants of one 1000 Oak- also expected to consider a new How does Pierpoint feel about
the prospect of the University
building low-cost student housing?'mnthranites4
He points out that he is willing !u n hwrcasta
Interest Growing in
In terest G ro w in g in ~~~~to give careful consideration to snadsoe ot hf- , a
any housing plan. However, he
adds hastily that despite all the shine for spring with
ork f So i ltasts aboutthe need for low-cost
~X~oI~i f So iolo ists development on campus he says,
Sythe snap-dash styling of..
"No one has ever put a low-cost the s s
By HARRIET DEUTCH Concerning financial aid to building project before me."ee a
graduates, "almost all'of them are He concludes that apparently crease-resistant
en l soeig new Is h- on one type of fellowship or an- when student or faculty commit-
ng tsociologists: ethey're midst of nd- other," said Blood. "Virtually all tees get together they always want rayon/cotton.
of them receive aid the first year the best possible unit and cost is
self conscious society which is in- and after that year we let some not the prime consideration. A. Suede cloth collar
terested in their work. of them come on their own fi- Pierontufels teretihrelaivel
"This is due to social ferment," ,, Pierpont feels there is relativelyte
Assistant Prof. Leon Mayhew of conn trat ng in sociology pa little chance that the University
the sociology department said. probably doubled in the last five would want to build a low-cost
"Today people are interested in years," said Prof. Mayhew, "and housing development on central
ra e relations, power structures the program more campus. He explains that landCocoa, powderbue, yelow,
and other sociological concerns doubledr ,costs are astronomically high.
and finding definite practical use For well known sociologists If a low-cost project was built celery. Sizes 5-13. 16.00
for sociological studies." there is also the prospect of moon- he would prefer to do it on North
Assistant Prof. Thomas Mayer lighting. A sociologist can earn a Campus, where the University has B. Leather buttoned trench coat Navy,
of the sociology department agreed sizable sum as a consultant to in- available land.
adding that "the rapidity of so- dustry, as an advisor to federal A low cost project for single
cial change in America and the agencies, lecturing or writing. students could be financed through Sun tan, white. Sizes 515. 18.00
rest of the world has stimulated a suet ol efnne hog
wiere fw rldss timuproblaeds afRare Offers three per cent federal loans on
er awreness of the problems of "However, these offers do not the college housing act or the C. Belted pleat back, polka-dot chesterfield. Navy
increasing affluence and other in- come around very often. Most Public Housing Act's Section 24
ternal developments have made ide make somethig extra be (a) (3) provision. or black with white. Sizes 513.13.00
teral eveopent hae mdesides their salaries but $100-a-day The decision on whether or not
people more conscious of the'role offers come rarely and only to the Uesity oes eentually
the, sociologist plays today andheopnthsilgs, ad the University does eventually
they sociogiesitylaystdandti the top notch sociologists," said build any low cost housing for
they recognize society as an enti- Mayhew. He emphasized this point
ty " saying, "only a few well known students will probably depend on
Increasing Enrollment sayiol are even invited o students. If there is sufficient agi-
s evidence of this growing-in- lecture and when they do, they crease its role the roecis ot
terest, the enrollment of under- don't earn very much." creas e prospect is not
graduates in sociology courses has Social psychologists and sociol- remote.
significantly increased, said Prof. ogists with training in medicine But if students do not indicate
Robert Blood, associate chairman are in great demand. The Ameri- a strong desire for University
of the sociology department. There can Sociology Association whose housing Ann Arbor is merely des-
is also an increase in the num- membership is about 8500, has a tined to be filled with more stu-
ber of faculty and teaching fel- medical-sociology section with dent multiples provided through
lows. nearly 600 members. the courtesy of private enterprise.
robably he reatest hoW on a
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