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New lab dedicated


(Continued from Page 1)
Esch chided the public for
destroying the Great Lakes and
urged co-operation with GLE-
RL's research in "dedicating
ourselves to making the Great
Lakes one of our country's great
national resources again."
NOAA Director Wilmot Hess
said he hoped that the Univer-
Rocky hit
with new
back taxes
(Continued from Page 1)
under $22.6 million, pending
later recomputation of state and
city taxes.
HIS TOTAL income for the
period was just under $47 mil-
lion. Rockefeller sent identical
letters to Sen. Howard Cannon
(D-Nev.) and Rep. Peter Ro-
dino Jr. (D-N.J.) who are the
chairmen of the two committees
considering the Rockefeller
The lengthy opening state-
ment Rockefeller presented to
the Senate committee on Sept.
23 gave no indication that the
tax figures were subject to pos-
sible revision due to audits.
CA u we

I sity would be "a source of
strength for GLERL" and that t0 iles
the lab would "offer a challenge
to the University.E
of Commerce John Tabor was
also on hand to express Presi-
dent Ford's support for GLER-
L's efforts. (Continued from Page 1)
The laboratory was set up to The portion of the students'
focus on predicting the lakes' file to be made open under th 1
future physical, chemical and present version of the bill would
biological properties. By inves- include letters of recommenda-
tigating their total ecology, re-, tion for admissions, test scores,
searchers hope to increase high school counselor's com-
man's knowledge and manage- ments, o r i g i n a appliati;n
ment of the Great Lakes and forms and "b a c k e r cards,"
to solve specific problems in- which provide the comments of
cluding pollution and erosion college counselors.
for the benefit of the 35 million THE BILL affects all educ-
people who live in the eight- tional institutions on the ele-
state Lake region. mentary, secondary and uiver-
The new project's first task sity level. In cases where the
will be to continue the research students have not reached ma-
of the International Field Year jority age, the same rights ac-
for the Great Lakes, a joit corded the adult students would
program with Canada to im- be g r a n t e d to the pupil's
prove understanding of the en- parents.
vironment of Lake Ontario. One The measure provides ;he
of the lab's long-range plans University 45 days to comply
is a complete study of lake with its provisions after it be-
circulation - how the water comes law. After that time, si-
moves and what forces direct it. dents could take legal acti->n
THE LOCAL facility permits to demand a response to their
the study of water chemistry, request to examine the filesi
biology, sediment and ice. Re- Kwaisz explains that te new
searchers will make use of data amendment would probably ex-
analysis, lab experiments, and empt from student perusal oily
field experimentation at the
Lake Survey Center in Monroe. personally signed letters of rec-
Lak SuveyCeterin onre.ommendation written with the
® understanding that the material
would be kept confidential. This
change would only affect letters
written before the bill becomes
law; those signed afterward
would be available to students.
-- - KWAPISZ STATES that the
CANTERBURY HOUSE amendment would not prohibit
218 N. Division-665-0606 students from examining test
Holy Eucharist at noon at scores, faculty comments or the
Canterbury House. A meal fol- controversial "backer cards.
lowing. Last w e e k, the American
* * Council on Education (ACE)
'L and six other higher education

If you don't think the Koster-Elden race could change your
life, please read this appeal.
Pretend, for a moment, you need help.
Your landlord is trying to evict you, but you are fighting to
stay. Maybe he or she won't return your damage deposit,
$400 in cash. You're contesting an unfair traffic ticket that
will bite into your pay. The auto repair shop has gypped you,
and you want some money back.
Only one person will decide the outcome of your case-and
it won't be your police chief, or Senator, or President. You'll
stand before the next Fifteenth District Court Judge.
One day you might find a notice on your stoop, demanding
that you appear in court at a time when you're supposed to
be to work. If you're a parent at home with the kids you'll
have to find, and pay, a sitter. That's the best hour for at-
torneys, true--but did anyone consult you first? Even the
small claims court sits between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
The way the district court is run now encourages you to
plead guilty and pay a fine for violations you may not have
even committed. Because it's cheaper than exercising your
Don Koster wants the district court to serve the people, first.
Not the $50 per hour attorneys or the city's general fund (as

JUDITH JAMISON and Kelvin Rotardier of the Alvin Aile
City Center Dance Theater dance "Portrait of Billie" in
rehearsal for the company's opening performance at th
Power Center last night. The group treated the packed ha
to a fantastic range of dance styles.
Ailey dance troyp
dazzles fllcrowd

the city's obsession with traffic tickets suggests).
what a Judge Don Koster will do:


" He will open the court to working people by holding regu-
lar sessions in the evenings and on weekends.
" He'll push for a drop-in day care center for all full-time
parents-- plaintiffs, defendants, witnesses and jurors--
who must spend a day in court.
" He'll pro v i d e for counseling and information to both
plaintiffs and defendants in the Small Claims Division,
where attorneys aren't allowed to practice.
" He'll work to simplify the legal forms in Small Claims
Court and in landlord/tenant cases so that people don't
need three years of law school to understand what is hap-
pening to them.
" These are just some of Koster's innovations, which would
serve the people first.
But to help make district court work for the citizens of Ann
Arbor, Don needs help-from you. Don has been financing
his low-cost campaign mostly with contributions from work-
ing people, old people, students (and happily, a few wealthy
liberals, too)-anyone who can help. Unlike the incumbent,
Don refuses to solicit funds or accept public support from
lawyers who would be arguing cases before him in court.
So, if you could send us $1, $5, $50, any dollars, you will be
a tremendous help. Could you volunteer a few hours and
chip in some campaign work? Please send us this coupon--
and help make the Fifteen District Court work.
Reva Reck, Coordinator
* 206 Nickels Arcade/Ann Arbor, Michigan 48108/994-3030
r I
* Please find enclosed a contribution of $1- $5__ $10 $25-
Q I would be willing to volunteer some time as a campaign a
r I
Q You may use my name in a signature ad.
* sgnatu.----.

409 S. Division
M. Robert Fraser, Pastor
Church School-9:45 a.m
Morning Worship-11:00
Evening Worship-7:00
State at Huron and Washin;
9:30 and 11:00 a.m.-Wo
Services. Sermon: "The
God Called a Fool."
9:30 and 11:00 a.m.-C
School for all ages.
9:00-12:30 p.m. - Nu
10:30-11:00 a.m. -Coffee
vers ation-Fellowship.
Worship service broadca
WNRS (1290) AM and V
(103) FM from 11:00 to
each Sunday.
Sunday, Oct. 20:
4:30 p.m.-Program on
munity Involvement.
6:00 p.m.-Supper.
6:45 p.m.-Celebration.
Thursday, Oct. 24:
6:30 p.m. - Wesley G
Program and Dinner. Cal
6881 for details and locati
1511 Washtenaw Ave.
Alfred T. Scheps, Pastor
Sunday Services at 9:15
at 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Bible Study at 9
Midweek Worship Wedni
Evening at 10:00.
* * *
(Formerly Lutheran Stude
801 S. Forest Ave. at Hill S
Donald G. Zill, Pastor
Sunday Service at 10:30
Presently Meeting at
YM-YWCA, 530 S. Fifth
David Graf, Minister
3:00 p.m. - Sunday We
Students Welcome.
For information or tra
tation: 663-3233 or 662-2494
CHURCH, 1001 E. Huron
Calvin Malefyt, Alan Rice,
9:30 a.m.-Church School
10:30 a.m.-Morning Wo
5:30 p.m.-Student Supp
* * *
1833 Washtenaw
Sunday Service and S
School-10:30 a.m.
Wednesday Testimony]
ing-8:00 p.m.
Child Care-Sunday, un
years; Wednesday, throu
Reading Room-306 E.
erty, 10-9 Mon., 10-5 Tues
"The Truth That Heal
Pastor: Don Postema
10:00 a.m.-Morning Se
b f~a Srious~.
b Ho
'LtA tae a Po
-Pd. Pi.

ist on


CHURCH, 306 N. Division -
8:00 a.m.-Holy Eucharist.
10:00 .m. - Holy Communion
and Sermon.
* * *
Ronald Cary, Campus Minister
502 E. Huron St.
10:00 a.m.-Worship.
11:00 a.m.-Church School.
Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.-Amer-
ican Baptist Student Fellowship.
All students welcome.

VNRZ * * * would be kept confidential. 1
noon WELCOME TO ANN ARBOR "The Act forces institutions THE EVENING opened with
FRIENDS MEETING to choose between such options Choros, described as "varia-
N: (QUAKERS) as going through hundreds of tions on a Brazilian quadrille,"
1420 Hill St.--668-9341 student files to destroy certain designed by anthropologist :ind1
Com- (if no answer, 769-3354, records or, despite the commit- pioneer black dancer Katherine
971-4875, 665-2683) ment to the rights of the third Dunham. Although the troupe
Silent Meeting for Worship- parties, making the re.:ords did a faultless job on this hbs-
Sunday, 10-11 a.m. available to students." torically interesting choreog-
First Day School, nursery/ Kwapisz says he is confident raphy, the contrast in vitality
irads, high, 10-11 a.m. an open records measure will between this and all the omer
1 668- Adult Forum, 11-12. be implemented this year: 'We numbers serves only to demon-
on. Potluck every first Sunday, don't intend to lie down 3n the strate the strip-mined sterility
Business meeting every third struggle for student rights to of a formal balletic abstraction
q Sunday after worship. privacy." of a formal ballroom style in
D a i 1 y Morning Meditation Because of the University's the same tradition. The f mk in-
(546 Walnut St.), 8:30-9 a.m. hesitation to release material terpolations are jarring.
Wednesday Sack Lunch (1073 deemed confidential, officials Dudley Williams warmed up
and East Engineering), 12-1 p in. are considering purging files of slowly on Ailey's A Song for
Worship-sharing Groups (in such information before the You, but the result was worth
15. homes), Tues. / Wed. / 'Ihurs. measure becomes law, accord- the wait. When he gets going,
esday eves. ing to Ed Dougherty, assistant: he dances all the way to his
Friday Evening Family Night to the vice president for aca-
(1420 Hill St.), 7:30-11 p.m - demic affairs. But he adds that finger tips, but his pelvis never
RAN s to r i e s, discussions, games, such a move appears highly unlocks; it was difficult to tell
crafts, singing and dancing for unlikely. whether this was directed or
nt all ages.
American F r i e n d s Service
t. Committee (AFSC), 1414 11ll
a.in. Bail & Prison Reform, 761-
8283, 761-8331.r
Friends International Co-op, (Continued from Page 1) of Mace, illegal in the state.
1416 Hill St., 761-7435. students, most of them males, An unidentified white male in
Friends L a k e Community, remained in the vicinity of the his late forties proclaimed, "The
19,720 Waterloo Rd., Chelsea, school, milling about on street people of South Boston are a
475-8775. corners and passing a single blnch of animals."
)rship Movement for a New So.'iety tattered copy of a tabloid called Yesterday's city-wide school
(MNS), 665-6083. "White Power" from hand to attendance represented a dip
World Peace Tax Fund, Box hand. The cover of White Power from the previo'is day. School
nspor- 1447, Ann Arbor. was emblazoned with a swastika officials said 72.8 per cent of
. * * *, and two-inch headlines pro- Boston's 94,000 public school
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 1 claiming in c a p i t a 1 letters, students were in their class-
D CHURCH, 1432 Washtenaw Ave. I "Black Terror Spreads." rooms yesterday, down 1.5 per
Ministers: Robert E. Sanders, RUMORS OF violence to come cent from Thiursday.
John R. Waser, Brewster H. next week circulated through THIRTY-FIVE per cent of the
Gere, Jr. the crowd, and one student al- black students and 28 per cent
." "Where Christ, Campus and ready appeared prepared for of the whites were present for
rstiip. Community meet" any combat he might encounter, the opening of classes this.
er. Worship Services at 9:30 and From one pocket of his worn morning at Hyde Park High,
11:00 a.m.-Sermon Title: "The brown leather jacket he pro- according to official reports. At
ST, Church With the Golden Roof." duced a set of brass knuckles, South Boston High, only 22 per
* * * and from the other a still more cent of the whites showed up,
BETHLEHEM UNITED menacing band of steel. In ad- as compared to 43 per cent of
unday CHURCH OF CHRIST dition he carried a spray can i the blacks. These statistics fol-
423 S. Fourth Ave. Ph. 665-6149
Meet- Minister: Orval L. E. Willimann 1
der 2 10:00 a.m. - Worship Service ia
and Church School. pes played fopr jur
igh 61/
Lib- S. MARY STUDENT CHAPEL D (Continued from Page 1) Nixon re-election committee.
Li-Dean, "Are you going to put out DEANWOpeddgit
(Catholic) ,WOpeddgit
.-Sat. 331 Thompson-663-0557 a complete disclosure? Isn't that i a year ago to the same charge,
st. Weekend Masses: the best plan . . . That'd be my took the stand Wednesday as
- Weekend Masses: view on it.". tofrtpoecto ins.H
Saturday: 5 p.m. and midight. Despite Nixon's contention cuirntlyisrosecutin wit ne t
Sunday: 7:45 a.m., 9 a.m., while still in office that he four-yer prison term.
rvice. 10:30 a.m., noon, and 5 pm. knew nothing of the involve- -ear chrs7ntepd
(plus 9:30 a.m. North Campus). ent of his aides until March On the March 17 tape played
* * * 21, during the March 17 tape he for the jury of nine women and
ANN ARBOR CHURCH is heard saying to Dean: "It's three men, Dean says he also
3ULTZ OF CHRIST your view the vulnerables are:, ought to be listed among 'the
* 530 W. Stadium Blvd. basically, Mitchell, Colson, Hal- vulnerables."
(one block west of deman, indirectly, possibly di- You, why?" Nixon asked.
U of M Stadium) rectly . . " Dean: "Well, because I've
Bible Study - Sunday, 9:30 HE WAS referring to former been all over this thing like a
Adv a.m.-Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Atty. Gen. John Mitchell, for-. blanket."
- Worship-Sunday, 10:30 a.m. 1mer White House counsel Nixon: "I know, I know, but'
and 6:00 p.m. Charles Colson, and Haldeman, you know all about it, but you
I Need Transportation? C a 1 Nixon's top aide. didn't, you were in it after the
- -- - -- -- Anna-



associations asked Congress to
delay implementation of the bill
to allow time for legislators to!
hear the educators' grievanmes.!
An ACE statement lists five
grievances concerning the kgis-
lation and charges that the
measure is ambiguous in five
key spots.
THE LETTER contends that
the act gives students access to
"records which were solicited I
from third parties with an ex-E
plicit commitment that theyI

The Alvin Ailey City Center
Dance Theater outshone their
legend last night and delighted'
a rafter-packed Power Center!
audience in their first of three
performances for the University
Musical Society.
The company sailed through
a program of pieces by the
brightest lights in the black
American dance pantheon; the
historic and stylistic range is

But the best was metaphor
ally last. The Wedding by Pe
Primus, another black danc
anthropologistfof note, is
exhilirating African epic
sound, color, and motion t
by itself is worth the price
lowed the general trend this.
of higher attendance r
among blacks than whites.
But the official figures
reported the number of
dents who arrived for cla
in the morning. At Hyde P
High School, the scene of
lence earlier this week, m
students came only to sign i
Home Room and then dep
Truancy laws are not b
Alicia Silberio, a student
Hvde Park High School, cl
ed, "I just signed into H
Room and left by the side d
Ninety per cent of the k
do it. You can't leave by
front door because it's gua
IN OTHER developments, t
commanding officer of of t
Nptional Guard unit aler
early this week by Massac.M
setts Governor Francis Sarge
announced that the 450 troo
presently on duty would be
placed Sunday by fresh unit
"We are replacing one
of well-trained troops with
other set of equally w
trained troons," General
cholas Del Torto asserted.
Sneaking at the Natio
G'vird armory on Comm
wealth Avenue, far from
scene of the hostilities, Del T
to refused to speculate on h
long the Guard might rem
on standby alert status. "
will keep men on alert until
go-ernor decides no more
are needed." he said.
MENWHILE, on the tn
floor of the armory, it was
parent that Del Torto was s

inadvertent. In any case, t
number is a fine example
the first-person singular gen
and is a sensitive insight i
Leon Russell's music.
Judith Jamison is brilliant,
always, with Kelvin Rotard
in John Butler's Portrait
Billie. She moves with drama
integrity from stylized c
singer into a beautiful bl
pas de deux, large, formal, a
sensuous, into a duel of ider
ties and ends alone again w
her pride and betrayal.
AILEY ALSO choreograph
the fourth piece, Blues Sui
which uses traditional mu
and weaves together many t
ditional black dance motives
to a thoroughly entertain
medley. Special honors go
Sara Yarborough, Tina Yu
and Sylvia Waters for their
freshingly unliteral House of
Rising Sun, Estelle Spur
and Clive Thompson for fu
and tender Backwater Blu
and to Masazumi Chva
sweet klutziness in Sham.




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