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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wednesday, April 2, 1975

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Bell favored next

Sunshine, hash-scented

Henry Ford Community College & U. of M. Dearborn
PRESENTS
MARIA MULDAUR
AND FEATURING
TOM RUSH
8 P.M.
SATURDAY, APRIL 5
at H.F.C.C.'s Athletic Building

week in 5th Ward air lure

Diag throng

(Continued from Page 1)
ness of and educating the people
to the need for day care.
White and Ross endorse the
door-to-door voter registration
amendment that would empow-
er up to 650 deputy registrars
to swear-in city residents as
voters.
Ross argues that passage of
the amendment would primarily
benefit HRP m e m b e r s and
Democrats because the GOP al-
ready has their people regis-
tered.
Bell opposes the amendment
because he says it violates state
law and there is "no insurance
for fairness."

White opposed the idea of a
citizens review board, saying,
"Let's see if Council can bring (Continued from Page 1)
the city police under control matching the good spirits of the
working through the adminis- crowd.
tration." He favors the idea of No violence took place, nor
increased foot patrols and form- was it expected. Ann Arbor
ing bike patrols for city officers. Chief of Police Walter Krasny
said, "Sure, we'll be in the
BELL IS adamantly opposed area, but we're not planning an
to a review board in any form, anything spectacular. Some
saying City Council provides plain-clothes policemen will be
adequate input to the police de- there to wait and see what de-
partment. He conceded that velops."
Council should put more pres- The 1975 Underwear Olym-
sure on the police to resolve the pics was held, with the winner
internal problems and alleviate receiving a bottle of cham-I
the top-heavy distribution of pagne for being the quickest1
personnel. contestant to put on a pair of l
Bell added that increased
crime reduction might necessi- "
tate increasing the police budget
and instituting more "specials Isl te eurri
srads" similar to the nresent
"Breaking and Entering Squad.":

shorts without using his hands
or arms.
Student sentiment on the
event varied. "I'm definitely in
favor of this type of activity,"
said a junior.
But a woman rushing through
the diag with an armload of
books refused to take part in
the event and sang out, "No,
no, no, no! I don't smoke it no
more!"
MOST PEOPLE came to
meet people and catch a buzz,
but a person dressed vaguely
like a lizard said, "Well, you

see, I'm Tooth Decay and
we're supposed to have a tooth
decay skit thing, but I think
they rolled it away already."
This man's story was verified
by three persons who admitted
that they saw a person with a
sink brushing his teeth in the
center of the Diag.
Campus Queen, a invisible
German Shepherd, was report-
edly "stoned and diggin' it."
Her owner claimed that Campus
"was having a good time, but
would rather be off.the leash
and free to participate in the
day's orgy."

TICKETS AVAILABLE AT:
all HUDSON'S (at Briarwood)
DISCOUNT RECORDS (State St., Ann Arbor)
H.F.C.C.
U. of M. DEARBORN

WHITE AND Bell agreed,
however, in calling for an auto-
matic voter registration system
for the whole state, possibly
through the Secretary of State's
office.
White prefaced his comments
on the police department by
saying, "I wouldn't tell Krasny
(Ann Arbor Chief of Police)
what to do."

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ON THE other hand, Ross ad-
vocates institution of a police
review board elected by the
-eople and placed in control of
the police department's budget
and implementation of more po-
line foot patrols.
Bell is "very confident" of
victory while White "feels pretty
good" about his chances. HRP
candidate Ross is not seen as a
viable contender for the Council
position and readily admits that
she is running "to educate the
people in the Fifth Ward about
HRP and the issues, not to win
the-Council seat."
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day assessing the damage to his
business and could not be reach-
ed for comment.
Twice re-enforcements w e r e
sent in to relieve weary person-
nel as the police cordoned off
more than 200 bystanders, fear-
ing that the entire storefront
had weakened and the brick
facade would collapse.

typewriters, stereos, and twoI tion.

parakeets.

THE OLD German had been
a reknowned Ann Arbor dining'
spot for the past 30 years, spe-
cializing in authentic old world
dishes. The restaurant's irre-
placable stein collection, report-
edly worth thousands of dollars,
was destroyed in the conflagra-

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W asirnton St. restaurant

The fire was finally extin-
guished at 1 p.m., but a watch-
crew remained on duty through-
out the afternoon to make sure
no smoldering ashes re-ignited
the badly charred building,
Schmid said.
Although an investigation is
underway, he said there was no
reason to suspect arson.

if
you
see
news
happen
call
76-DAILY

CLOUDS OF dark, chokingN
smoke completely obscured thes
burning building at times
blanketing the downtown area
south of the fire. Traffic in all
directions was re-routed and'
every fire hydrant within a two-
block radius was pressed into
service.-
A dance studio directly above'
the Old German had been com-
nletelv r e m o d e I e d and was
slated to open next week.
Tenants occupying apartments
over Flick's bar were evacuated,
carrying with them guitars,
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$$ OUT OF MONEY $$
Maybe Army Green is your answer. You have
until June 30th to enlist for only two years.
After that you must enlist for 3 years to get
travel, training, maturity, and the 'GI Bill"
worth $10,000 to continue your education.
Now's the time to ask questions. See an Army
Representative at the PLACEMENT OFFICE,
3200 STUDENT ACTIVITIES BUILDING on
MONDAY, APRIL 7th from 10 to 5. Call 764-
7456 for an appointment, or walk in.
TODAY'S ARMY IS YOUR ANSWER

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Kelley nixes -rent
control proposal
(Continued from Page 1) homes will be subject to rent
IN A RELATED event, the control, "Is a willful attempt
Human Rights Party (HRP) to distort the truth."
charged Citizens for Good David Goodman, HRP First
Housing, a landlord - dominat- Ward Council hopeful, made
ed group lobbying against the the allegations yesterday and
rent control ballot proposal, added, "The landlords, through
with "deliberate and fabricated Citizens for Good Housing, are
assertions in their anti-rent con- resorting to lies in an attempt
trol campaign." to defeat rent control."
HRP filed a complaint with
the Michigan Fair Campaign RICHARD BRUNVAND, the
Practices Commission contend- chairman of Citizens for Good
ing the anti-rent control com- Housing, was unavailable for
mittee's claim that professors comment yesterday.
on sabbatical who rent their However, even if the Michigan
-.-------- campaign commission were to
find the HRP's allegations to be
true, no legal action would re-
suit since the commission is
O rder Imerely an advisory board with
no legal power.
Goodman explained that a fav-
orable ruling by the commission
Your "would put landlords' lies in the
harsh glare of the public spot-
light," but emphasized an opin-
SU JSCr"Iptlol on could come after the elec-
Today
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REPUBLICAN MAYOR STEPHENSON REPEALED THE
FIRST $5 MARIJUANA ORDINANCE, SAYING, "THE
MARIJUANA ORDINANCE IS THE DIRECT CAUSE OF A
SHARP RISE IN VIOLENT CRIME IN THE CITY."
VOTE D C
MAY, APRIL 7th

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GRADUATE?
I f you plan to attend
the May 3 commence-
ment, you must order
a cap & gown by Fri-
day, April 4, 1975.
University Cellar
769-7940

Pd. Pol. Adv.

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MEDIEVAL & RENAISSANCE COLLEGIUM
FALL 1975 COURSE-OFFERINGS
Because of technical problems, there are several major errors in the MARC listings in the Fall Ad-
vance Classification Time Schedule. The following is a corrected version please read it and register
according to these course numbers, titles, and credits, rather than those printed in the Time Schedule.

Div. Crse.
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Title

Time

Location Instructor Credits

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430 311 The Role of Material Resources in Medieval &
Renaissance Culture
430 343 The History of Music (Music History 345)
430 421 Early and High Middle Ages: Thematic Studies 1
Subtitle-Saints and Saintliness in
the High Middle Ages
430 422 Early and H:gh Middle Ages: Thematic Studies I1
*Subtitle-Courtly Arts of the Middle Ages
430 426 Renaissance Italy: Thematic Studies 11
*Subtitle-The Creation and Creativity
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MWF 2 MLB D. Crawford
LECR1
MWF 1 2446 MH D. Robertsor
TTh 203 Top C. Bornstein
10:30-12
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