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THE MICHIGAN DAILY I uesday, Liecember i, I ~ I't

Page Two
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ues ay, December , 19 Pq

Junior Year in Prance
-
at Aix-en-ProvenceI
First Informational Meeting
Wed.-Dec. 4, 1974-8:00 p.m.
W est Conference Room-RACKHAM
All undergraduates interested in applying for
U of M program in Aix for 1975-76 are urged
to attend this meeting.

City recovers from record snowstorm

L 0 hwmuch
Wi A coen v

MUSKET presents
"J ERIC HO"
An original musical comedy by
U-M's JACK McLAUGHLI N and JIM FORD.

It doesn't matter if you're going home for the
weekend or just taking off with a group of friends.
Allegheny can save you 20% to 33/% off our regular
fares anytime you want to go. Including holidays and
holiday weekends.
Up to 25% off on weekends.
Simply plan to go and return on Saturdays or
Sundays within 30 days. And it's good anywhere we
fly in the U.S. and Canada. Easy.
Up to 331/3% off for groups, too.
Your group of 10 or more can save up to 20% one
way-up to 33/% round trip. Just purchase your tickets
48 hours in advance and take off together for any city
in our System. You can all return separately on round
trip travel if you like. And that means you can fly as
a group to a central city and then split up. Neat.
For information and reservations, see your Travel
Agent or call Allegheny at 963-8340. We show you
how you can fly for less. anytime.
*compare andsaw..
Roundtrip fares Regular Weekend Group
Albany $106 $80 $72
Cincinnati 60 45 41
Hartford!
SpringfIeld 112 86 75
MontraluI9935 7452 65$$
Pittsburgh 66 53 45
Providence 122 94 82 ,
Rochester 74 54 49
Syracuse 86 66 56
® n^:dse s e !o c ce.

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held here - the first time in
25 years that such a cancella-
tion has been ordered.
Rhodes said he consulted
with 15 of 16 deans in reaching
the decision, and all agreed that
classes should be suspended.
The last time the University
halted academic operations was
four years ago during the Black
Action Movement (BAM) strike.
T H I S VA C A T I O N
will be short-lived. Today the
University is "open for busi-
ness" with a full schedule of
classes and most extra-curric-
ular activities.
Also it is possible that the!
missed day will be made up at
the end of the term, although
no final decision on that has
been reached.
anted:
TEMPORARY
PARENTS
I HOMES FOR
TEENAGERS
1 day to 2 weeks
ANY ADULT (S)
CONSIDERED
CALL
Ozone House
769-6540

came.
NEW YORK flights were re-
routed to Cleveland, where
many Ann Arbor-bound passen-
gers boarded buses for Toledo---
only to encounter the storm's
hardest punch. Several stu-
dents arrived at the bus ter-
minal here 25 hours after leav-
ing New York.
A plane from Philadelphia
was rerouted to Minneapolis,
where the airline treated its
hassled voyagers to a night in

MAINY ROADS, However, will
not be completely cleared until
this weekend, he said. "Opera-
tions are being hampered be-
cause of all the stalled and
abandoned cars," Vaillencourt
explained.
Sheriff's Department person-
nel spent the day trucking
motorists back to the highways
so that they could reclaim their
automobiles with the assistance
of tow trucks and plows.
But many people will be

Hundreds of students return- the local Marriott before jettingt
ing from out-of-state Thanksgiv- them to Detroit late yesterday
ing trips were stranded at New afternoon.
York's Kennedy and LaGuardia By tonight, most roads in the
Airports, Boston's Logan Air- immediate vicinty should be
port, and other far-flung cities passable, according to Washte-
as airlines waited Sunday for naw County Road Commissioner
word of clearing at Detroit's T. J. Vaillencourt.
Metro. But the word never'
i1t1PA I fl'J1IQ Huwevr, will

A long day's j~ourn(

DEC. 5-8

MEN DELSSOH N

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didn't see Metro until 9:30 a.m.
Monday.
At 4 p.m., we touched down
in Minneapolis and a sheepish
Northwest agent explained our
detour: "There's weather all
over the East." He quashed the
pilot's high hopes, saying we
were booked on a plane leaving
Minneapolis at 12:47 a.m. that
night.
WE HISSED cynically, but
softened when Northwest mag-
nanimously installed us in the
plush local Marriott Inn for the
night, complete with $5.50 din-
ners and free long-distance
calls. The switchboard operator
1301 South University
Ann Arbor--665-2650

dryly informed us: "85,000 peo-
ple are billing calls to North-!
west."
Then, only seconds into our
digestive process, a waitress
breathlesslysa n n o u n c e d we
would be spending the whole;
n i g h t in Minneapolis, and
couldn't leave until 7 a.m. With
that, Bob drained another Dai-
quiri and predicted we wouldn't
see Ann Arbor for two days.
The late news flashed encour-
aged reports of two fatal plane
crashes . . . We caught a few
fitful hours' sleep and stumbled
onto 5:30 a.m. buses for the
airport.
THIS FINAL flight wasn't so!
FISH FRY
DINNER
$2.25
with salad
french fries
and tartar sauce

Tickets on sale at the Mendelssohn box office,
Dec. 2-8.
Call 763-1107 for more info.
UAC CONCERT CO-OP presents
"THE DOOBIE BROS."
SAT., DEC. 14 8 p.m.
CRISLER ARENA
Special guest stars "Ross"

stranded here for at least an-
other night because roads to the
south were particularly hard hit
by the blizzard.
THE RED CROSS in Toledo
reported that about 10,000 peo-
ple were snowbound around that
city last night and more than
half of them will be staying
there through today.
Locally, 800 motorists were
put up at Tappan Junior High
School on cots and mattresses.
The Red Cross served sand-
wiches, coffee and other food
to make their stay more com-
fortable.
This story was compiled by
staff reporters Gordon Atche-
son, Jo Marcotty, Rob Mea-
chum, Judy Ruskin, Tim
Schick, Stephen Selbst, and
Jeff Sorensen.
bad; by now we were all old
friends. The only snafu was
Northwest's perplexed confes-
sion that the plane contained
only eight breakfasts for all of
uts-about 40 people.
However, we managed to
touch down at Metro at 9:30
a.m. We greeted the Siberian
wastes of Michigan with a tu-
multuo'is round1 of applause.
PREDICTABLY, our glee died
fast. Metro was one big dis-
aster area of jammed coffee
shops and mislaid baggage-
mainly our own. Our bags had
missed the flight, and didn't
reach the airport for anorher
five hours.
Which left only good o'I-94
between us and Ann Arbor. And
that only took another three
hours.
Snowbound
am hotels
(Continued from Page 1)
streets, blocked highway en-
trance ramps, and stiff warn-
inss from police officers.
A number of parents staying
overnight here were bringng
their children back to the Uni-
versity, expecting classes to be
in fll swing yesterday.
"We thought there was only
going to be for inches of snow
-at least that's what tho weath-
er report said-and Mark was
supposed to have a chemistry
exam at 8 this mrnng," Mrs.
Ed Waranowicz of Birmingham
said.
"So we are stuck here," she
added, bemoaning the lack of
such necessities as toothbrush-
es and extra clothes. " just
wish the University had given
the word earlier that classes
were cancelled."
"A LOT OF US have been
working 36 hours straight to
handle all the people, said
Darrell Finken, tne assistant
food manager at the Campus
"You really get a good feeling
helning people in times like this,
and you don't mind putting out
a little extra effort," Finken
said briskly - despite getting
only three hours' sleep in the
last day and a half.
"MAN, IT'S r e a 11 y been
crazy," groaned an Ann Arbor
Inn staffer. "We've had people
sleeping everywhere . . . in
the ballroom, in conference
rooms, and in the bar - I've
never seen anything like it."

$6. blue sec.

$5.50 gold sec.

Tickets on sale in the Michigan Union Lobby.
(10a.m. to 5:30 p.m.)
ARTISTS and CRAFTSMEN GUILD
3rd Annual
WINTER ART FAIR

SUN., DEC. 15

12:30-6:30 p.m.

MICHIGAN UNION BALLROOM
AUCTION, 4:30 P.M.

TRAVEL
Sign up before Dec. 6 (Fri.)
For "SKI UTAH !" and
"CALIFORNIA TOURING"
Christmas Vacation Packages.
AIR FARE - HOTEL - SPECIALS
UAC TRAVEL OFFICE-763-2147
Second Floor, Michigan Union
MEDIATRICS presents
"THE DAY OAF THE
JACKEL"
True story based on the attempted assas-
sination of De Gaulle.

The Glenmary Home
Missionerrs are looking
for men and women
who believe in people.
Share yourself with the
people of the South
and Appalachia as a
Prriest, Brother or Sis-
ter.
Send free 17"x22"
poster, shown above.
Q Please send infor-
mation about Glenmary
Home Missioners
GLENMARY, Room
Box 46404, Cincinna-
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Name_
Address_
City Zip
Age
Phone_

ing for women, men

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referral services
for information call:
764-8329
763-4370 or
763-4371

or couples.

Contraceptive Counseling
and Education Service
Gynecology Clinic,
3rd floor, Student Health Service
free, individual contraceptive counsel-

(DTW;+307

DEC. 6, 7

NAT. SC,. AUD.

HOUSING DIVISION
IN-RESIDENCE STAFF APPLICATION
FORMS FOR 1975-16 ACADEMIC YEAR
Available Starting December 10, 1974
In Ms. Charlene Coady's Office
1500 S.A.B.

p __
; RAVL MI CH. UNfIN 763-2
CALIFORNIA SPECIAL
DEC. 31-JAN. 7, 1975
3 CITIES
ONLY $345.00
INCLUDES:
Round trip airfare on American Airlines,
7 nights double accommodations as follows:
0 3 NIGHTS LOS ANGELES
0 1 NIGHT SANTA CRUZ
* 3 NIGHTS SAN FRANCISCO
Round trip transfers between hotels and airport
Bus transportation along the Pacific coast
highway between L.A. and S.F.
DEADLINE-DEC. 6

FUTURE WORLDS
Speakers next term include:
Werner von Braun,
Gene Roddenberry,
Al Hithmar
Jessica Tuckman
and more.
Call 763-1107 for more information.
NEW PROGRAMS
UAC will be sponsoring several new en-
tertainment programs next semester,
the nature of which will be developed
by student volunteers.
Anyone interested in coordinating a
UAC program, or just helping out, is
encouraged to call Bob at UAC (763-
1107, or leave your name and phone
number with Jane (763-1107).

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TONIGHT
AACT extended
AUDITIONS
Moliere's
"TARTUFFE"
PRODUCTION DATES-
JAN. 29-FEB. 1
12 ROLES-
7 men, 5 women
201 MULHOLLAND
(off Washington)
for info-call 662-7282

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Resident Director, Assistant Resident

Director, Resident Advisor, Resident
Fellow, Head Librarian and
Graduate Student Teaching Assistant
Advisory positions require Junior status or above for the Resident Fellows in
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for Graduate Student Teaching Assistant in Pilot Program and the Resident
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above during the period of employment may be considered for the Resident
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Many of these positions are available to single or married
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Positions are also open for qualified, single undergraduates.

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