100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

December 12, 1971 - Image 12

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1971-12-12

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Page Twelve

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, December 12, 1971

Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, December 12, 1 971

Heyn s:
(Continued from Page 1)
In addition to educational re-
forms, Heyns sees that Council
will strive toward more clearly de-
fining its role in respect to wom-
en. Such areas as appointment of
women to university faculties and
improving the educational oppor-.
tuniiies of both professional and,
undergraduate women will be
studied by a committee which
Heyns hopes to set up. "This is a7

Examining

new

post

high priority of mine," he says.
Recently, the Council has come
under criticism by local and na-
tional women's groups for its ap-
pointments to an ACE committee
which will speak with the Secre-
tary of Health, Education and
Welfare on problems of adminis-
tering affirmative action programs
for equal hiring. Because all of
the five people appointed by

Tenants file suit with IRS

(Continued from Page 1)
The tenants subsequently filed
suit against Hall Management with
IRS.
After consulting with IRS, the
tenants went back to Hall Man-
agement, and according to Dewey
St. tenant Steve Reiber, "They
offered to give back the increase."
Reiber added that no back pay-
ment has been received at this
time.
*cording to John Lavelle, a
tenant 'of 939 Dewey St., "it all
started about a month -ago, when
the rates increased, and the serv-
ices decreased."
'Reiber added that the role of a
permanent building manager was
eliminated and replaced by a
"travelling manager" who com-
muted from the various Hall Man-
agement buildings and "didn't ful-
fill his job." Reiber added, "The
garbage area was not kept up-a
rat was spotted-and the parking
lot was not controlled."
Film unit hit
bY rival group
(Continued from Page 1)
In October, Student Govern-
ment Council, (SGC), forced an
agreement with Orson Welles,- re-
scinding its student organization
status and stipulating that:
-SGC appoint a committee to
jointly administer the film group's
financial records and accounts;
-Any remaining funds of Or-
son Welles be passed on to SGC
to be used for the purchase of
movie equipment to be used by
and for University students.
At the time of the agreement,
Victor Gutman had withdrawn
charges he had made against Or-
son Welles claiming it had used
an auditorium under a false
name, and advertised without
identification of the sponsoring
organization. Now Gutman says
that "If Cinema II wins its case,
I will file breach of contract
charges against Orson Welles."
For the student body:
Genuine
* Authentic
Navy
PEA COATS
$25
Sizes 34 to S0
CHECKMATE
State Street at Liberty

With no permanent manager
around to take care of the units
the situation worsened, Lavelle
said and the people of the apart-
ment building began to organize.
When they had met several
times, the Dewey tenants discov-
ered the rent discrepency. "We
found out throughaa long and tor-
tuous process that Hall Manage-
ment was in direct violation of the
freeze," Reiber said, after ex-
plaining the many steps his group
went through to lower their rents.

Council head universities that
were charged by HEW with dis-
criminating against women - the
women's groups contend that the
sex guidelines might possibly be
watered down.
Although Heyns feels the people
appointed to the committee will
do a good job, he suggests sup-
plementing the body with extra
women as well as expanding its
role to include studying issues as
increased women professorships.
"I think some of the criticism
will be met if this is done," Heyns
adds.
Another area Heyn hopes to key
in on involves the field of in-
ternational education. "The for-
eign exchange programs need to
be coordinated," Heyns stresses.
"There are a lot of scholars in
a number of exchange programs
just drifting about and, some cen-
tral unit should be formed to or-
ganize them."
On the federal level, one of the
major tasks facing Heyns will in-
volve the dispensing of federal aid
to higher education.
"Educational costs have risen so
fast that a great many schools are
in danger of going under," Heyns

says. "Federal aid is obviously
needed, but questions about how
it is to be distributed and what
controls may be imposed have to
be answered."
Although Heyns plans to take
"strong stances" on issues relat-
ing to Council and education, he
will limit his public comments to
this area. Current issues on cam-
puses across the nation such as
university-funded child care cen-
ters and military classified re-
search do not directly concern his
office, Heyns says and Council will
not concern itself in such areas.
- Stressing a need to retain an un-
prejudiced identity as ACE presi-
dent, Heyns says, "If a person
holds an office, he capnot distin-
guish between speaking for that
officeranddspeaking independently."
Heyns earned his master's and
doctor's degrees here at the Uni-
versity, staying on to teach for 13
years in the psychology depart-
ment. In 1958 he became the young-
est dean of the literary college at
40, and four years later Heyns was
appointed vice president for aca-
demic affairs.

Order
Your
Subscription
Today
764-0558

Daily Classifieds
Bring Results
STUDENTS, FACULTY, STAFF
. of M.

HAWAII
12-26-1-2
NASSAU
12-26-1-2
1-2-1-9 .

... $269
$199
$169

OPEN MON.-FRI. 'til 9 P.M.
HI-FI STUDIO
SALES-SERVICE-RENTAL
Dual, Shure, Sony, Zenith, Yamaha, Voice of Music, Superex,
Teac, Kenwood, AGS, Pilot, Jansen, Ampex, KLH, Dumont, JVC,
Fisher, Sherwood, Marontz, Toshiba, Koss, Clark, Concord.
i 4~+++-~~
SONY 6065 JENSEN 6 TEAC 7010
S Concertone, Dynaco, Stanton, Research, Lansing, LWE, Pickering,
Scot, Motorola Acoustic, Viking, Norelco, Garrard, Dolby ''B"
W HAT'S N EW?
High Fidelity Speakers
After more than five years of development
"It's Electronic Suspension"
the only zero
really new LWE resonance OUR PRICES?
: . .thing in l : I.We try to be as
Sspeakers in Best transient com'petitive as po- i
-~ 10 years response siblfe r ''Wcae
achieved Discounts"
BRING YOUR RECORD, HEAR & COMPARE
Achieving finally the electronic engineer's dream
speaker to amplifier inverse feedback
The original Hi-Fi Studio of Ann Arbor specializing in Hi-Fi cam-
ponents since the dawn of the art--we are familiar with most of
the brandsff Hi-Fi equipment in the world .. .
About service and waranties we insist on providing our customers
with our own fast service when required. We spare our customers
'the long delay, inconvenence and expense of shipping their units
away for service.
Free Parking
Open by appointment after store hours ilW
to see and hear the finest in Hi-Fi
OPEN MON. THRU FRI. 'TIL 9 P.M.
121 WEST WASHINGTON* &CMPR
668-7942
downtown Ann Arbor Across from Old German Restaurant
JUST ARRIVED 3
Jensen has accepted the challenge and invites you
to compare their performance against all other loud-
speakers.
Hear them all at HI-F STUDIO

1 :4
L0
**
**
(McWartny' :4
Snew group
* ~each AI
-7 *
0-
yy.3
New Hoyt Axton New Bod finger New H elen Red dy :
"Country Anthem" "Straight Up"
Tucky Buzadonn Lennon ewJoe Sourn
*"Worm Slosh" "Imagine"
. WIN:4

.L ondon 1Sym. .rch.
E T P A .cd f r3
.............. . .
By.Such STA:{KENT..
QufisilverD GemiiLAuteDraffc:
w. LondonSym. OTRA
: . 1
Quicksilvr a PRE-:uiteDr
CAPITOL GIFT SETSA! CONTINUOUS
By suchWEDITH PIAF records for SALES
arysucs STAN KENTON HOGOT :
JUYGARLAND $ 98 TRUHU
MARLEN E DI ETRICH THE :
as FRANK SI NATRA91
and more PRE-HOLIDAY .
SALE ENDS SAT., DEC. 19 SE-ASOIN !:4
OVER 25,000 LP'S, OVER 300 LABELS IN STOCK i;,.PS- ggso -
-HATCH FOR SPECIAL SALE P". S gst0?
ITFMCk4 A~rLIrA Lifl vLF,~ ncf~m~nI t

0x

41

SKI GRENOBLE

FRANCE
12-25-1-4
FREEPORT
12-26-12-30
12-30-1-4 ...

$279
. $159
$169

ALL TRIPS INCLUDE A
" Round Trip Jet Air
* Transfers
" Welcome Party
* Accommodations
Based on 4 to
a Room
FOR DETAILS CALL:
OWEN PERLMAN,
663-2044
LARRY KAUFMAN,
764-7692
STEVEN EDER, 763-2790
NICK LUBNICK, 482-8262
For Further Details and Europe
Information Call Steven Zacks,
483-4850

I

I

m

WHETHER YOU BUY THEM
OR SELL THEM!

I

C

_.. '

03

i

0

I

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan