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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, April 8, 1971 lw

Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, April 8, 1971w

UGC condemns application of
interim rules in Eustis incident

(Continued from page 1)
ivil complaints for the alleged as-
ault.
His is the first hearing to be
cheduled under the Interim Rules,
assed by the Regents after last:
pring's Black Action Movement
lass strike.

Council members noted the "cru-
cial nature" of the use of the In-
terim Rules. One member felt that
it constituted the "most important"
issue faced by SGC in the entire
year.
The Campaign GM proposals, in-

Nixon sets withdrawals

volving the University's 29,000
shares of GM stock, are on the Re-
gents' April meeting agenda.
In a letter to be sent to the Re-
gents, SGC said: "The acceptance
of Campaign GM's proposals would
be a first step in democratizing
this concentration of power and in
making General Motors a more just
and open institution."
The Campaign GM proposals
represent "positive methods to in-
crease the responsiveness of the
corporation to societal needs and
problems," SGC's letter added.
However, a motion which would
have allocated $25 to publicize
SGC's support for Campaign GM
fell one vote short of the required
two-thirds majority.

(Continued from page 1)
muniti6n and arms in the battle
has been even more damaging to
the capability of the North Viet-
namese to sustain major offens-
ives in South Vietnam than were
the operations in Cambodia 10
months ago."
He went on to say he had car-

ried out "a plan to train and equip
the South Vietnamese; to w i t h-
draw American forces; and to end
American involvement in the war
just as soon as the South V i e t-
namese had developed the capac-
ity to defend their country against
Communist aggression."

Phone tax
boycotted
(Continued from page 1)
concern over being drawn into the
personal financial problems of its
staff, and urge him to obtain re-
lease of future garnishment or levy
or make other arrangements to
pay his debts."
After the first levy, a personnel
representative is also sent to coun-
sel the staff member. In addition
to these actions, the University
must send copies of the levy to
th6 Personnel Office and the staff
member, as well as reprogram the
computer to deduct the levy from
the employe's salary. The Univer-
sity Attorney's Office must figure
the amount of the deduction and
inform the Payroll Office of its
findings.
Taylor claims that these pro-
cedures are a "thorn in the side
of the University," adding,
"They're turning handstands over
$20."
A spokesman for Michigan Bell
said "the phone company has ab-
solutely no grudge at all" against
customers who refuse to pay the
federal tax, The spokesman noted
that telephone service will be
maintained for these customers as
long as it is indicated clearly
when the bill is paid that the cus-
tomer is refusing to pay the tax
because of his or her opposition
to the war.
Although there are no figures
on how many Ann Arbor residents
withhold their phone ,tax, Taylor
claims that 25 per cent of Univer-
sity employes are involved in the
protest.

City Council approves
law to aid-handicapped

WE CAN CHANGE OUR WORLD

BULLETIN
DAILY OFFICIAL
THURSDAY, APRIL 8
Day Calendar
Physics Lunch Seminar: L. Favro,
Wayne State, "Quantum Phase Cor-
relations in Particle Beams: the
Schwarz-Hora Effect," P&A Colloqu-
lum Rm, noon.
Mental Health Res. Inst.: S. Appel,
Duke Univ., "Biochemical Studies of
Synapses," 1057 MHRI. 3:45 p.m.
Urban Planning Lecture: P. Hors-
brugh, Notre Dame, "Geotecture," East
Lecture Rm, Rackham, 4 p.m.
Statistics Seminar: D. Lindley, Univ.
College London, Eng., "A Review of
Dayesian Statistics," 2003 Angell Hall,
4 p.m.
Nuclear Colloq.: JJ. Nolen, MSU, "Nu-
clear Structure Studies via Direct (p,
a) Reactions," P&A Colloq. Rm., 4
p.m.
Archaeological Inst. of America, Kel-
sey Museum: W. Biers, U. of Missouri,
"Excavations of Phlius (A small city
in ancient Greece) 1924 and 1970,"
Aud. B, Angell Hall, 4:10 pm.
International Night: Dixieland, Mi.
League Cafeteria, 5 p.m.
Scottish Country Dance: Women's
Athletic Bldg. on Forrest St., Upstairs
Gym, 7:30 p.m.
Physical Educ. Dept.: .Annual Spring
Dance Concert, Barbour Gym Dance
Studio, 8 p.m.
University Players: "The Girl from
Maxim's," Lydia Mendelssohn, 8 p.m.
School of Music: Michele Derr, so-
prano; E. Derr, piano, Sch. of Music
Recital Hall, 8 p.m.
Gertan Dept.: "Pie Physiker," True-
blood Aud., 8 p.m.
Astronomy & Space Films: Films
about the sun, the 200-in. telescope,
Marines 5, and the Apollo Lunar Find-
ings; Residential Coll. Aud., 9 p.m.
General Notices
SUMMARY OF ACTION TAKEN BY
STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL
AT ITS MEETING APRIL 1, 1971
Approved: That the following organ-
izations be given recognition: Students
in Favor of Prairie Chickens, Friends
of Metamorphosis, People's Coalition for
Peace and Justice.
Approved To extend the date of the
end of service of the Credentials and
Rules Board until April 8, 1971.
Approved: The following nominations
for the President's Commission on Wo-
men: Helen Forsythe, Law; Eleanor
Wasserman, Rackham; Gretcher Wil-
son, Rackham; Anita Sanchez, LS&A;
Carol Tomke, LS&A; Joyce Wong, LS&A.
Approved: That Brian Spears, Assist-
ant Election Director, be paid $75 for
his services.
Appointed: The following to the of-
,fice of Student Services Policy Board
for two year terms: Carol Hollenshead,
LS&A; Roger Shortt, Public Admin-
istration; Mauren Wilhelmy, Education.

Approved: The SGC lend its support
to the ENACT Committee on Corporate
Responsibility - Campaign GM II and
Episcopal Church Effort to have GM
get out of South Africa.
Approved: That the SGC Constitu-
tion be amended as follows: (unani-
mously)
Article III, Part B - change "his
place" to "the president's place".
Article IV, Part Al - change "as he
may wish" to "as he or she may
wish".
Article IV, Part C - Change "If he"
to "his or her seating".
Approved: That the SGC Constitution
be amended as follows: (unanimously)
Deletion of Article VII, Par A:
"Council may, by a vote of three-
fourths of the whole number of its
voting members, amend this Consti-
tution. This vote shall come after a
second reading of the proposed amend-
ment, the first reading having been
in full and in the presence of a quor-
um. The recorded abstention of a vot-
ing member shall be taken as reduc-
ing the whole number of voting mem-
bers."
Accepted: Student Government Coun-
cil Student oCnsumer Union Food and
Drug Store Survey, Report No. 2.
Approved: WHEREAS: The Students
at the University of Michigan v o t e d
overwhelmingly to end classified re-
search and to end research whose pri-
mary or initial use is in a military
:r wawr supportive capacity.
BE IT RESOLVED: That SGC de-
mands that the Faculty Senate As-
sembly and the Regents immediately
vote to end classified and military re-
lated research.
FURTHER: That SGC reaffirms its
support of the Coalition to End War
and Classified Research and allocated
an additional $150 to the Coalition.
ROLL CALL VOTE: YES: De Grieck,
Hack, Heyn, Hunt, Kandler, Lessem,
Lewin, Oesterle, Schenk, Spears and
Teich. NO: Thee.
Approved: That Rebecca Schenk be
seated as President of Student Gov-
ernment Council.
Approved: That Jerry Rosenblatt be
seated as Executive Vice President of
Student Government Council.
Approved: That the following mem-
bers be seated for one year terms:
Barbara Goldman, Karen Haas, Rick
Higgins, Mary Schnelker, Brad Taylor.
Approved: That the following mem-
bers be seated for six month terms:
IArlene Griffin, Joel B. Silverstein.
Student Government Council will
meet Wednesday, April 7 at 7:30 p.m.
in 3540 S.A.B.
Attention: All men interested in be-
coming a cheerleader for the upcom-
ing football season. Cheerleading prac-
tice sessions start Mon., Apr. 12, 4:30-
5:30 p.m., Wrestling Rm, Intramural
Bldg., and run through Thurs., April 15,
same hrs. every day.
Placement
3200 S.A.B.
For further information about these
announcements, please contact Career
Planning, 764-6338.
Foreign Area Fellowship Prog., avail-
able for following countries: Latin

America, Caribbean, Africa, Near East,
Soviet Union,East Europe, S. Asia, S.E.
Asia, E. Asia, W. Europe.
U.S. Dept. of the Interior, phamphlet
on getting involved in solving environ-
mental problems around us.
Experiment in International Living,
course work and living exper. in fore-
ign countries.
Rhodes Report, programs announced
in population planning overseas, Coop-
erstown prog. for conservators, Wash-
ington prog. for journalists, M.S. in
teaching in American Univ.
St. John's Univ.,, graduate business
degree prog. offers major innovation.
U.S .Coast Guard, info. on the op-
portunities in the coast guard.
Interview: Larry Onie will talk to
interested students about VISTA in
Office of Student Services, 3011 S.A.B.,
10 - 12 noon, Mon., April 12.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICES
212 S.A.B.
For more info about any of these
items, please call 764-7460.
Interview: Thurs., April 8, 10-5, rep.
from Classic Crafts.
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Haight, Lyon & Smith, L.A., Calif.,
summer clerks in law firm.
Economics student with cost-benefit
analysis exper. and range mgmt., stu-
dent with sheep ranching knowledge
needed; must be free to go West.
Dept. of Army, Wash., D.C., limited
no. of grad students in field of econ.,
application deadline Apr. 15.

City Council has unanimously
passed an ordinance designed to
aid Ann Arbor's thousands of
physically handicapped residents.
The ordinance, passed at Tuesday
night's meeting, amends the build-
ing codes to provide easier access
to buildings constructed or altered
after July 1.
Among the requirements of the
Media love'
(Continued from Page 2)
his last LP. A most moving
saga..
This is not to say that James
Taylor is all that bad. It's just a
very uneasy feeling when a per-
former is named a spokesman of
troubled youth (you and me,
friend). If Taylor in fact is
representative of the death of
rock, which I$ sincerely doubt,
the replacement seems to me
somewhat lacking. And if the
James Taylor philosophy of in-
dividualized suffering (mellow
mellow mellow) is truly repre-
sentative of the greening of
America, perhaps the time is
right for some heavy organized
revolutionary nausea.
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ordinance are wheelchair ramps,
widened doorways, provision in
theaters for wheelchairs, and audi-
tory devices in ,elevators to an-
nounce the floors.
However, the new ordinance
contains numerous exclusions and
escape clauses.
Excluded from the ordinance are
"residential buildings with seven
or fewer units" as well as build-
ings requiring state instead of local
building permits, such as Univer-
sity and public school buildings.
One loophole provides for exemp-
tions "where practical difficulty
occurs."
Another permits building offic-
ials discretion to excuse developers
of new apartment buildings from
providing wheelchair ramps.
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JAMES SPENCER
Christian Science Lecturer
We can change our world, but we have to make sure the change
is good. And we have to bedin with ourselves. James Spencer of
The Christian Science Board of Lectureship says that no matter
who you are, your influence for good can be great. If you meet
the challenge with the means God gives you. Hear Mr. Spencer
share some fundamental truths about changing our world.
Starting at 1 :00 P.M., the lecture will be given in the
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