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1,000 gal. of gas leaked
-A leak at an underground storage tank at the Ann
Arbor Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
may have dumped up to 1,000 gallons of unleaded
gasoline into the ground, an EPA spokesman said
The site is on Plymouth Road, across from
several North Campus student housing units.
EPA FEARS, first aroused following a routine
dip-stick check of the 8,000 gallon tank, were con-
firmed Oct. 1 by the discovery of a leak at the base
of an above ground dispensing unit. According to
Ann Arbor EPA Director Jack Hinman, gasoline
may have been seeping into the ground for as long
as two weeks. "The pipe to the dispenser hadn't
been used recently," Hinman said, "and the sudden
pressure on it must have caused a loosening at the
joint." The leak was repaired Oct. 3.
The Water Quality Division of the Department of
Natural Resources (DNR) has since taken charge
of clean-up procedures.
THE DEPARTMENT is currently searching for
underground pockets of gas and testing soil samples
at A2 EPA
for signs of contamination, Department spokesman
Jerry Hitchingham said. "We haven't found any in
pockets as of yet, and are still waiting for test
results from the lab," he added.
According to Hinman, the DNR has conducted
tests as far down as the water table. But he said,
"They haven't found a lot of it (gasoline) collecting
there." Hinman estimated that the total area affec-
ted was approximately 50 square feet.
Gasoline stored at the EPA facility is used while
testing motor vehicle emission standards.
WHETHER OR NOT the EPA will be penalized
for the spill is unknown at this time.,
Ann Arbor Film Co-op-Bread and Chocolate, 7, 8:40, 10:20 p.m., MLB,
Cinema Guild-The Philadelphia Story; short,,Kitsch IN Synch, 7, 9:05
p.m., Old Arch. Aud.
Cinema II-Don't Look Now, 7, 9p.m., Angell, Aud. A.
Gargoyle Films-On the Waterfront, 7, 9:15 p.m., Business School, Hale
Mediatrics Films-Lenny Bruce, 7:30, 9:30 p.m., Nat. Sci. Aud.
University. Choir and Wind Ensemble-Thomas Hilbish, conductor,
8 p.m., Hill.
PTP-Best of Broadway, Da, 8 p.m., Power Center.
Canterbury Loft-Garlicke, Garlicke, Garlicke, 8 p.m., Halloween
theater, 332 S. State.
Washtenaw Community College's Children's Theater-Coises, Foiled
Again,7 p.m.,Liberal Arts and Sciences Building, 4800 E. Huron River Dr.
Engineering School-James Howard, "Ion Cyclotron Heating in Tan-
dem Mirro," 3:45 p.m., Cooley Building, White Aud.
School of Natural Resources-Roderick Nash, "The American Wilder-
ness-Past, Present, and Future," noon, 2501 C.C. Little.
Hillel-Laurie Rutenberg, "Women in the Rabbinate," 9 p.m., 1429 Hill.
Wholistic Health Council-Irene Gauthier, "Therapeutic
Myomassology," 7:30 p.m., Wesley Lounge, 602 E. Huron.
ifS./S.E. Asian Studies Center-Dr. Frank Golay, "Dismantling Mutual
Free Trade wih the Phillipines: A Case of Forced De-Colonization," noon,
Lane Hall Commons; "Manila Americans, New York Americans and the
Phillipines Independence-Movement," 3 p.m., 48 Lane Hall.
Law School Environmental Law Society-Zigmunt Plater, "The Role of
the Lawyer in Administratiave Agency Politics: Indian Rights, the Small
Darter and the Tellico Dam," noon, 132 Hutchins Hall, Law Quad.
WUOM-Valerie Johnson, "Native American Women and Families;
,Dynamics, Dilemmas; and Developments," and Patricia Sumi, "Are Asian-
American Women Really Minorities," 10:20 p.m., WUOM, 91.7 FM.
Dickens Fellowship--Angus Wilson, "Dickens and the City," 8 p.m.,
Pendleton Room, Michigan Union.
Guild House-Panel presentation by Dorothy Jones, Patricia Stover and
Betty Kaufman, "Sexual Harassment in the Work Place," noon, Guild
Meeting-Advisory Committee on Recreational Sports, 3:15 p.m.,
CCRB, Rm. 2230.
School of Metaphysics-"You Are as Powerful as You Want to Be,"
workshop, 7:30 p.m., 2192 N. Main.
Homecoming-West Quad, 3 p.m., Alumni welcome.
UAC-Homecoming '79, Evans Scholars Car Bash, 3 p.m., near the
Diag; Sigma Chi Pep Rally, 7 p.m., Diag; Iota Eta Pi Contest, 5 p.m., corner
of S. University and Church.
ROTC Program-Haunted House for UNICEF, 7 p.m., ROTC Building,
.North Hall, N. University.
Sigma Alpha Mu-Bounce for Beats, basketball benefit for the Michigan
Heart Assoc., noon, Diag.
International Center-Jogging at Park Washtenaw, 3 p.m., sign up Rm.
18, International Center, 764-9310.
Hillel-Orthodox services, 6:20 p.m., Conservative services, 8 p.m.,
Shabbat Dinner, 7:30 p.m., reservation by noon, 663-3336, 1429 Hill.
Engineering School-Pre-interview, Society of Women Engineers,
American Hospital Supply, 8:30 a.m.-12:3Q p.m., W. Engineering, Rm. 270.
Teach-In-University Committee on South Africa, Panel Discussion:
"Continuity and Change," 1:30 p.m., Education School, Whitlney
:Auditorium; Prof. Bernard Magubane, "Whither Apartheid?-South Africa
in Black Southern Africa," 4 p.m., Prof. Ann Seidman, "South Africa: A
Golden Pariah for the West," 8 p.m., both in Education School, Schorling
Aud.; breakfast, Wesley Lounge, 602 E. Huron.
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FOR ACADEMIC WOMEN
Universiy of Michigan LS & A / Rackham Ph.D. Programs
HIGHER EDUCATION RFSOURCE SERVICE
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conference will emphasize the development of professional skills such as:
RESUME WRITING * INTERVIEWING * NEGOTIATING MENTORING DEVELOP-
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health care to rural villagers in El Salvador. Ask a VISTA community
worker why he organizes neighbors in St. Louis to set up a free health
clinic. They'll probably say they want to help people, want to use their
skills, be involved in social change, maybe learn a new language or
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