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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, October 25, 1974

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAiLY Friday, October 25, 1974

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WASHERS & DRYERS
NO WAITING!

RENT, CHILD CARE
HRP petition drive begins

' hosts tourney
for Scrabble fans

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ON DUTY
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DRY CLEANING
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South of E. Stadium Blvd.
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admitted "the real problem is
getting it passed in Apil."
Basic features of the new
HRP rent control proposal in-
clude:
-a five member board elect-
ed with representatives elected
from each ward for two-year
teams who would be paid $5 per
hour.
The board would be empow-
ered to freeze, roll back or set
maximum rents and assess a
monthly feerof $1afor landlords
failing to register with them;
-base rent figures set to.
equal the highest '73 rent or
present rent-whichever is low-
er;
-maximum five per cent
yearly rent increase or Con-
sumer Price index increase -
whichever is lower. Increases
would be allowed only when
total expenses rise such as:
property tax, operating and
maintenance e x p e n s e s,
utilities or reasonable capital
improvements;
-an anti - discrimination
clause; and

-a prohibition of rent in-
creases for two years if land-
lords are delinquent on property
tax, violate housing or other
codes, discriminate or engagedt
in retaliatory evictions.1
HRP officials charged that
w e a 1 t h y landlord-backed
groups, particularly Citizens for
Good Housing brought about the
defeat of last year's proposal
by mounting a highly-biased and
heavily - funded anti - rent con-'
trol campaign.'
"There is no way we can stop'
landlords from getting together
and spending $50 to $60,000 like
last year," Wegbreit argued.
HRP spokesman Jesse Hallj
further charged "there were;
bogus arguments in rent control,
ads" last April pointing out that
"HRP had no money for re-,
buttal ads."
WEGBREIT added "we will1
campaign the same as last year
although hopefully we will have
more money to combat the
landlord. He contended that
Democratic proposal for a coun-,
cil vote on the issue are "woe-I
fully inadequate . . . anything

they are proposing is not going
to improve anything." o By SUANNE TIBERIO entire tournament promotion is
"We have seen city ordi- being handled by the Selchow
nances come and go and coun- Scrabble anyone? and Righter Company of New
cil come and go . . . rent con- While not yet a common re- York. "This firm bought out
trol has got to stay in for a long 'quest, this once familiar sub-! the original makers of Scrab-
time, and the only way to in- stitute for rainy day fun is rap - ble and now own all copy rights
sure this is with a referendum." idly becoming an intellectual to it." she said. "All we do
Speaking for the child care fad on campus. is sit here while the company
referendum, HRP spokeswoman The University will be hold- finances everything, including
Marsha Pumroy said, "We must ing the first Annual Scrabble all promotional ads, flyers,
insure consistent monies for Players Tournament on Sun- game equipment and prizes."
child care . . . good child care day, October 27, at 6 pm in the With such bureaucratic gen-
costs more than parents can Union Ballroom. Although not erosity there must be a catch,
ever afford to pay for it." as well-known as a golf or ten- but as Steger speculates, the
Pointing out that 1.7 per cent his match, Scrabble's popularity company is probably trying to
of city revenues "is only a be- is inraig ul ptegm'srputato
ginning" Pumroy said day care increasing. build up the games reputation
provides for "not simply cus- to increase sales and create
todial but intellectual, social ACCORDING to Jane Steger, new markets. The goal is to
a sical needs of the chill a University Activities Center develop inter-collegiate scrab-
and phi(UAC) secretary, this is only the ble teams that would compete
dren."
Councilwoman K a t h y Koza- second college scrabble tourna- with other colleges.
chenko (HRP - Second Ward) ment held in the nation. "The
supported the child care peti- first one was held at Columbia,
tion saying "people should di- wheretthey had 120 people reg-
rectly determine where city ister to play," she said. As of-
money is being spent as much yesterdad, sige pfrsityhtue
as possible."I dents had signed up for thesm g l g
as pssibe."tournament and have a chance
Pumroy expressed confidence of winning the grand prize, a
that the referendum will pass deluxe scrabble game.
since "it meets young people'sd'0 e ation
needs." Steger explained t ha t the

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(Continued from Page 1)
five pounds of the grass short-*
ly after the bulk of the mari-
juana was shipped to Ann Ar-
bor, was instrumental in break-
ing the case.
Both federal and local police
said that two of the Ann Arbor
men had no prior reputations or
records to point to their involve-
ment in the massive smuggling.
Hyman was the only local sus-
pect to have a prior conviction,
concerning a marijuana'posses-
sion charge several years ago.
He was given probation.
One of the other suspects,
Roosevelt Gandaria, was ar-
rested a few days ago in Mex-
ico, and charged with posses-
sion of twenty-two pounds of
marijana, an agent said.
Investigators arecontinuing
their probe into the affair to
see if other large scale ship-
ments took Place, but city po-
lice chief Welter Krasny said
that the April 1973 run was
"probably the biggie."
Daily Official Bulletin
Day Calendar
Friday, October 25
wUOM: Actress, Jane Fonda, &
folk singer, Holly Near, at Indo-
china Peace Cmpaign in AA, 10:05
am. -
women in Natural Resources:
"Women's Academic Survival Work-
shop," 1556 Dana, 11:30-i:30 pm.
Natural Resources: Terry Sharik,
Rice Div., "Sampling and Analysis
of Terrestrial Ecosystems for En-
viron. Impact Statements," Job
Opportunities, 1040 Dana, noon.
Hospital Commission for women
Meeting: Wi0410 Hosp., noon.
Educational Media Ctr.: Journey
into Self, Schorling Aud., SEB, noon,
Ctr. Russian, E. European Studies:
Ben. Zook, U.S. State Dept., "Cur-
rent Developments and the Future
of Detente," Reading Rm., CREES
Lane Hall, 2 pm.
Anatomy: Burton L. Baker, "The
Ontogenesis of sell Types in the
Hypophysis of Human Fetus," 4804
Med. Sci. I, 3:30 pm.
Computer, Communications Sci-
ences: Joseph Goguen, UCLA, "On
Fuzzy Robot Planning," 2050 Frieze,
4 pm.
Hockey U-M vs. Ohio State, Yost
Ice Arena, 7:30 pm.
Association Pro-Colombia: Ken-
neth Langon, "Who Gets what in
Chile: Before, During, and After
Alende," Recreation Rm., Int'l. Ctr.,
8 pm.,
City Center Acting Company:
Shakespeare's Loves Labours Lost,
Mendelssohn, 8 pm.
Music School: Fred Weldy, piano
Honors recital, Recitial Hall, 8 pm.
UAC: David Bromberg, Souther-
Hilman-Furay Band, Hill Aud., 8:30
pm.
Folk Dance Club: Barbour Gym,
8-li pm.
Career Planning & Placement
3200 SAB, 764-7456
Interviewing on campus: Mon.,
Nov. 4: Northwestern U./Grad. Sch.
of Mgt., U. of Washington/Grad.
Sch., vanderbilt U./Law; Tues., Nov.
5: Blue Cross of Mich., Continental
Oil Co., Mich. Bell (Special Sched.
for Minorities & Women), Southern
Methodist U./Law; Wed., Nov. 6:
NYU/Grad Sch. of Arts & Sci.;
Thurs., Nov. 7: Dun & Bradstreet,
Inc., wayne Statde U,/Personnel
Dept., Columbia U./Grad. Sch. of
Bus., Washington U./Law & Bank-
ers Life & Cacualty Co.; Fri, Nov. 8:
Upjohn & villanova U./Law. Boston
U./Sch. of Law scsheduled late for
visit, Wed.. Oct. 30.
Students interested in Foreign
Service: John Mellor, U. S. State
Dept., at CP&P, Oct. 25; phone 764-
7456 for apt. (group meetings at 2
pm & 3 pm).
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