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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday. November 13, 1973

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Officials
meet on
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problems
of energy
(Continued from Page 1)
his address to the nation last week,
President Nixon urged states to
reduce highway speed limits to
50 MPH.
While all the participants in yes-
terday's meeting appeared genu-
inely committed to the project,
not all were especially hopeful
about its results.
In a pessimistic moment, Claude
Orr commented wryly, "People
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tric heaters and make all our
efforts fruitless."
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Taking his lumps
Donald Segretti speaks with newsmen yesterday before entering the federal correctional institute at
Lompoc in Santa Barbara county where he will serve a six month sentence for violating federal
election laws,
AUDIENCE BEHAVIOR:
Daystar feels 'U' pressure

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(Continued from Page 1)
PROBLEMSrCROPPED up again
early this year.
At each of the UAC-Daystar con-
certs, the building manager and
the fire marshal file a report of
the evening with the University's
Director of S a f e t y Frederick
Davids.
As is customary in such situia-
tions, Young claimed that whiletthe
good reports are dutifully filed
away forever, the negative reports
resurface in University offices to
give the concert program a bad
image.
AND AFTER a series of raucus
crowds that was topped this S ear
by B.B. King and Roberta Flack,
University officials got together to
discuss a possible remedy.
Young said she was invited as a
"resource person" during a meet-
ing two weeks ago with Pierpont,
Vice President for Student Services
Henry Johnson and the director of
the scheduling office, Alfred Stuart.
The committee discussed and
consented to the present guide-
lines which include an agreement
that UAC-Daystar will file a re-
port of each concert to Davids
along with the one normally filid

by the auditorium management. popular concerts that are guaran-
teed to be boistrous, rowdy and!
YOUNG SAID that UAC-Daystar's lucrative? b,
lack of input on the reports thatj
were filed often caused an im- "WHAT ARE WE to do?" asked{
balanced and "loaded" viewpoint Young. "Just go through three folk
of the concerts. singers a term?"
The guidelines, however, have "We're not running a series for
created as well as solved a problem the administration. Where are we
for the organization: namely, going to put the concerts students
where is UAC-Daystar to house want to see?"

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