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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, December 7, 1973

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, December 7, 1973

SGC reaffirms its support of
BAM goals; refutes prior stand

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

(Continued from Page 1) The meeting was highly remi-'
racial overtones into the meeting. niscent on the past days of cam-
SGC PRESIDENT Lee Gill re- pus activism. Rabbi Joel Pupko of
sponded to Hoffman by saying, Hillel captured the mood of the'
"If the Regents renege on BAM ' crowd when he told them, "at one
they will be reneging on white point I had a naive dream that a
students as well as black." better world was around the cor-
Unsafe Christmas
toys sold in stores
(Continued from Page 1) nails used to hold the rings. j
HAZARDOUS TOYS were classi- Tachinsky s t a t e d that public
fied into four different categories health reports indicate that 132,000,
in the PIRGIM report: children require emergency hos-
-Toys listed on the Banned Pro- pital treatment annually from in-
ducts List and illegally on sale; juries sustained while playing with
-Toys having defects covered dangerous toys.
by federal regulations but not on It is estimated that another
the Banned Products List; 600,000 receive less serious injuries.
-Toys with unregulated nazardo; According to Tuchinsky, most
and hazards are not "readily visible"
-Hobby/sports items not safe and that "public pressure is needed
for younger children. to enforce existing regulations and

ner. The late 60s and early 70s are
past, and I'm still naive enough to
believe in that dream."
HOFFMAN was angered at last
night's action, calling the final
resolution "racist" and "a clear
contradiction of last week."
Gill was happy. He called the ac-
tion "one of my rare moments of
joy at SGC."
He noted the overwhelmingly
black crowd of nearly 100 had a
major effect on the outcome of the
meeting, contending that the spec-
tators influenced the votes of some
Council members, notably Faye.
"The really good thing about
this," he said, "is thattonight we
saw the beginning of some commit-
ment from blacks and other minor-
ity groups who never before took
an interest in SGC."
The Regents' 1970 commitments
to BAM were:
-a goal of 10 per cent black en-
rollment by this year;
-An increase from $1 to $3 mil-
lion in funds for the Opportunity
Awards Program, through which
minority students receive scholar-
ships;
-Doubling the number of stu-
dents receiving aid through the

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Friday,December 7
DAY CALENDAR
Economics: F. Gehrels, Indiana UI,
"Optimal Use of a Depleting Resource,"
103 Econ. Bldg., noon.
Neuroscience: G. Landreth, "Regen-
eration in the Teleost Tectum," Neu-
rosci. Lab. Bldg., noon.
Hospital Commission for Women:
F1199 Mott Hasp., noon.
Senate Advisory Review Committee:
University Club( 4 pm.
Hockey: U-M vs. Notre Dame, Yost
Field House, 7:30 pm.
Residential College Players: demon-
stration of work in progress, E. Quad
Aud., 8 pm.
University Players: Shakespeare's
"Cymbeline," Trueblood Theatre, Frieze
Bldg., 8 pm.
Music School: Japanese Concert &
Festival Music, Rackham Aud., 8 pm.
Music School: String Dept. Recital,
Cady Mus. Rm., Stearns Bldg., 8 pm.
Music School: J. Dawson, piano, SM
Recital Hall, 8 pm.
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IN A SPECIAL press conference;
yesterday, Tuchinsky and toy safe-1
ty project coordinator Cheryl Gar-
bukas demonstrated a variety of
potentially dangerous toys.
When doll clothing was put to1
a flammability test, the doll caught
fire like a torch; a puppet dragon
was found to be fastened together
with large protruding staples; a
"Banana Splits Tambourine" was
found to have sharp protruding
For the Student Body

create even stricter guidelines.'
"The illegal sale of banned toys
by stores may be blamed in part'
on the vast number and variety of

items available which makes self- opportunity program;
policing difficult. But it can also -Establishment of a permanent
be blamed on the CPSC's refusal committee to oversee intensified
to take more forceful action," efforts to increase nonwhite en-
states the PIRGIM report. I rollment.

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