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Thursday, April 13, 1972


Page Seven

Thuridoy, April 13, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

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Museum exhibitionist reveals
all for science-hungry public





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Those who are unfamiliar with
Tammy might say she is vain.
After all, what else do you call a
woman who stands naked on a
pedestal and talks about nothing
other than her body?
Actually, talking about her body
is Tammy's job. Tammy is a life-.
size Transparent Anatomical Man-
ikin (TAM) on display on the
fourth floor in the Exhibit Mu-
TAM's nudity goes beyond mere
flesh. On the right side of her
body. her muscles and nerves are
exposed. Her left side bares herf
skeleton. In front, her digestive
system is visible.
"Hello, my name is Tammy. It's
actually my nickname: I'm TAM,
a Transparent Anatomical Mani-
kin," she begins.
TAM speaks informatively for
ten minutes via a pre-recorded
tape which explains many partsI
of her body and their functions.j
As she names each part, it lights
up to show its location.j
The demonstration includes dis-
cussion of her skin, muscles, nerv-
ous system, digestive system, re--
productive system, and brain,
among other things.
Tammy concludes her presenta-
tion with a message that "your
brain and body are the most valu-
able presents your parents could
ever give you. More than wealth,
more than fame, this gift is yours
to care for and enjoy for a life-

Court orders
sick pay for
pre onancies....
Attorney Gen-ral Frank Kel-
ley's recent ru-' against the ar-
bitrary cutoff unemployment
compensation for pregnant women
could possibly be "a significant
step", say state officials.
According to Assistant Attorney
General Coy, the ruling is signifi-
cant because it points out subtle
sex discrimination which is writ-
ten into state law.
The February ruling declared
unconstitutional the state statute
which denied a pregnant woman
unemployment compensation from
ten weeks before to six weeks .aft-
er childbirth.
Kelley ruled that the state
statute was a violation of the 14th
amendment because it denied
women equal protection of the
law by treating pregnancy differ-
ently than any other temporary
medical disability. He stated
"Such a law fails to consider her
willingness to work, her ability to
perform or her personal medical
Low income women are espe-
cially discriminated, against since '
they are denied money which is
necessary to their families, he
Under the new ruling, the de-
termination of whether or fiot the
pregnant woman is available for
work is made by the woman and
her doctor. Coy explains "This is
a medical determination, not one
that should be written into a state
Coy sees the ruling as signifi-
cant because it recognizes that
"discrimination on the hagI@ of a

Flying away
Apollo 16 astronauts complete a crash course in spacecraft opera-
tion in a simulated command module. The knowledge should
come in handy when they leave for the moon this Sunday, drop-
ping millions and millions of dollars in space along the way.


Day Calendar
Physics Discussion: J. Stern, Orsay,
France. "Light Cone Property of Cur-
rent Commutators." 2038 Randall Lab.,
11 a.m.-
Music School: S. Dempster, guest
trombone and N. Bruce, guest piano,
Commons Rehearsal Rm., 3:30 p.m.
Physics Seminar: P. Allen, State Univ.
of N.Y.. "Spectroscopic Methods for
High Transition Temperature Super-
conductors." 1041 Randall Lab., 4 p.m.
English Dept. - Extension Service:
poetry readings R. Stilwell, UGLI Mul-
tipurpose Rm., 4 p.m.
International Night: "Soul Food.'
Michigan League Cafeteria, 5 p.m.
Music School: T. De Grande. soprano,
Sch. of Mus. Recital Hall, 8 p.m.
Music School: Upiversity Symphony
Band, Hill Aud., 8 p.m.
University Players: "A Doll's House,"
Arena Theatre, Frieze Bldg., 8 p.m.
Classical Studies Dept. Performance:
Plautus's, "The Rope." in English and
Latin, Residential Coll. Aud., 8 p.m.

April 12, 1972
3200 S.A.B.

INTERVIEW : O111i U1U1 C aZu1t
Lakeside Farm Camp, Mich. Coed. disability peculiar to one sex is
Will interview Fri., Apr. 13, 1:30 to 5 actua.lly discrimination on the
p.m.: general counselors, waterfront, basis of sex."
campcraft, athletics, maintenance and
second cook. Register by phone 763-4117 Coy explains that the lack of
Ann Arbor Tenants Union. April 13, clarity on this point in the past
7:30 p.m., 1528 SAB. All tenants wel- had been due to the fact that sex
come d.habendetthfatttsx
Zero Populatioi Growth meeting, Ap- discrimination can be much more
ril 13, 7:30 p.m., Modern Languages subtle than other forms of dis-
Bldg., Aud. 3. U.S. Rep. Marvin Esch crimination, He continued: "If
speaking about National Population
Legislation. Question and ideas wel- there were a law which stated that
come. all people with sickle cell anemia
Housing Policy Committee, April 13 are to be treated differently, no-
3-5 p.m., Multi-purpose room West body would doubt the existence of
Quad. Agenda: Report Items, Approval . .,
of Minutes, Second Readings, Major racial discrimination."
Items for Consideration, Items for Con- The Department of Labor has
sideration at Future Meetings.
A Conference on Women and the Law since issued a memo to all the
will be held at St. Andrew's Episcopal state governments recommending
Church, 306 N. Division, April 15, 10 that they act upon statutes con-
a.m.-3 p.m. All interested women are at thepac yup nta Dtics
welcome.Icernina unemployment practices
Bike-A-Thon raffle drawing on Diag. in relation to pregnant women.
April 14, at noon. Sponsored by ENACT. While many states have such
discriminatory statutes on the
books. Michigan is the only state
in which the attorney general has
issued a ruling declaIing the
statute unconstitutional.
Such statutes are currently be-
ing challenged in the Seattle area,
T U NTIL 9:00 but there has not yet been a court
According to Jane Picker, a
Cincinnati attorney. the impact
of the Mihigan ruling on other
states will probably be minimal,
since generally, such rulings do
not have much impact outside the
state in which they were issued.
The ruling has yet to be tested
in court. If a discrimination case
were to come to trial, the court
could conceivably make a de-
cision which opposed the Kelley


Introducing the 4-channel T-shirt,
the least expensive Fisher you can buy.

We're selling the new Fisher TS- 100 for only $1.
It's a 4-channel T-shirt, and a dollar is an incredibly
low price for it, since it's a $3.50 value.
But you don't even have to spend a dollar on it.
You can win it free, just by stumping one of our salesman
with any one of the twenty questions in this ad.
If you think this is some kind of con, you're

wrong. We expect our salesman to know most of the
answers. But all twenty??!!
Incidentally, you can pick up a copy of the
correct answers at the dealer listed below.
Salesmen are not allowed to look at the answers
while you're asking the questions.
That would be cheating.

For The Student Body:
Iwelve Colors
State. Street at Liberty

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1. What is sensitivity?
2. What does a muting control do?
3. What is a Hertz?
1. A car bearing a corpse
2. The number of back and forth
vibrations of an AC signal in
I second.
3. A national car rentingcompany.
4. What does the term "selectivity" mean?
5. The control that makes it possible to
listen to the full range of sound when
music is played at a low volume is called:
I . Range control.
2. Loudness contour control.
3. Volume control.
6. What purpose does a high-filter
control perform?
7. What are Baxandall controls?

8. What is a watt?
1. A unit of light.
2. A unit of power.
3. A unit of efficiency.
9. What is distortion?
10. How do the various power
measurements, such as Peak-to-Peak,
IHF, EIA and RMS relate to actual
output power?
11. The ability of a speaker to follow
low-frequency signals of large
amplitude is called:
1. Transient response.
2. Compliance.
3. Efficiency.
12. What is the function of a
crossover network?
13. What is meant by an acoustic-
suspension speaker system?

14. What are the advantages of a
heavy turntable platter?
15. Wow and flutter are:
1. Changes in power output
of an amplifier.
2. Distortion caused by variations
in turntable or tape deck motor speed.
3. Irregularities in the human voice.
16. What are the main benefits of
electronics tuning?
1. Mori accurate than manual tuning.
2. Lower cost than manual tuning.
3. Provides convenient remote
control tuning.
17. What does the term "capture
ratio" mean?
18. What is an IC?
19. What do tape monitor circuits do?
20. What is the TS-100?


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