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Friday, September 7, 1973

Page Two THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Friday, September 7, ~973

Daily Official Bulletin
Residential College Summer Theatre:
Mrozek's "Tango," R. C. Aud., 8 pm. re e
FAN'IASTIC International Folk Dance: Barbour
Gym, 8 pm.
BEDSPREAD Project Community: Ann Arbor Blues
& Jazz Festival, Fuller Rd., North


rendum o-
0- 10 plan


Y The Michigan Daily is edited and
ALSO managed by students at the University By DAVID BURHENN concept's defense was D a v i d
of Michigan. News phone 764-0562. See- Student Government C o u n c 1 Schaper, former SGC treasurer
48106.PubIisheddaily BELGIAN cRIEUasALspostageaid a ,nn rbor (SGC)voted last night to hold a and principal author of the plan.
day through Sunday morning during special Sept. 24 campus election to "It brings more people into
nd TAPESTRIESIthe University year at 420 Maynard determine the fate of the contra- SGC, and provides for a wider
Subsripton rats bie0:b Micrigrtca I versial "10-10-10" council appor- cross section of representation," he
c ~pus area); $11 local mail (Michigan and !tonment plan okayed in last said. The plan would change SGC
- 0<-> <-> c<-5<-><-o<hio-; <-3>no--l<->l>arl); (other states spring's general election. from a predominantely undergradu-
SGC voted 6-1, councilwoman ate LSA council to a council which
summer session published Tuesday Margaret Miller dissenting, to re- represents all institutional back-
through Saturday morning. Subscrip- peal the present constitution and grounds on campus."
IIEikersi tion rates: $5.50 by carrier (campus replace it with one "similar," with FOLLOWING ADOPTION of the
P~ Ohio)a p$7.00non-local mail (other the substitution of at-large repre special election, council approved
states and foreign. sentation in place of the 30 mem- without objection a special elec-
15 11 W ahtenaw Avenue ber council system. tion code to govern the balloting.
A-THE "10-10-10" PLAN has been
ALFRED T. SCHEIPS, Pastor - . - - . a wellspring of council controversyp
663-5560 since its unveiling last spring as aP
feature of the new constitution. X
Sunda Services at 9:15 and at 10:30 ISRA ELI Basically the system provides
Sunday ileSatud5atGthat ten SGC members be elected P r
9:15 from each of three different cn
stitDANCINGs ecies - educational level P 1 o eect
Wednesday Vespers at 10:00 p.m. . I(rad, nndergrad, professional),
with type of residence (apartment, 01e
7'L Tdorm fraternity, etc.), and school
You are cordially invited to participate in the ser- dr rtrntec) and college governments.eiores
ices and other activities of the University Lutheran ipporah ropeaOpponents claim that the plan
Chapel & Student Center, the comous parish of the is too unwieldy and contains within' (Continued from Page 1)
Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. p !it the seeds of SGC's destruction. stories, magazine articles and tech-
Sunday,_Sept. 9 1 DAVID HORNSTEIN, co-sponsor nical papers.
- --- --- --12:30 p.m. of the motion passed last night, ACTIVE IN the community, he
-msaid that the 10-10-10 system would held several positions with the Ann
"turn more people off to SGC. Arbor Democratic P a r t y. He
Hilel Foundation There is a point at which an or- served on the Beth Israel Congre-
ganization becomes too large to be gations Executive Board in 1963
1429 Hill Streetl effective. Meetings could go on to -and chaired the Social Action Cor-
six in the morning." mittee from 1963 to 1965. He was
SGC vice-president Sandy Green also a member of the NAACP.
claimed that "a lot of people sim- Greenbaum served on many Uni-
__ ply were not aware of what was versity committees, including the
going on" when they approved the Faculty Assembly Ad Hoc Commit-
plan. tee on Questions of Disclosures.
q s o nVoters did not vote directly on ~Editor ofr The Daily when he was
Japaese the proposal, but approved it when in school at the University, he was
they approved the new constitution, recently appointed to the Board for
REFERRING TO the plan's Student Publications.
complex system of allocating pow- Greenbaum's professional mem-
"we R e tau ant er (some representatives would be berships included the American
granted one fourth of a vote; oth- Association of University Profes-
lers, a full vote), Green said, "I'm sors, the American Association for
I ua so-called politician and I can't the Advancement of Science, the
figure it out. How do we expect National Council of Teachers of
the voters to?" English, and the National Educa-
JAPANESE LUNCH Rising to the 30-member council tion Association.
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SGC calls
> f. for strike
Ol a tuition
(Continued from Page 1)
r students' benefit, and the well-being
of their education," he said.
The tuition increase, approved by
the Regents in a July 26 telephone
vote, pushed fees up 15 per cent
for freshmen and sophomores, and
as much as 28 to 30 per cent for
uperclassmen and graduates.
The hike stemmed in large part
from a June Supreme Court deci-
sion effectively invalidating the
University's six-month, nonenroll-
ment residency rule, officials say.
t the ruling would cost the Univer-
sity $2.5 million in revenue losses
as large numbers of students be-
came able to qualify for lower in-
state tuition rates.
I Smith has also cited increased
student aid, inflation and insuffi-
cient state funding in explaining
the tuition hike, which is far high-
' er than any in the University' s
As yet, the University has not
presented a detailed accounting of
the need for the big boost.
GILL AND SGC Legal- Counsel
Thomas Bentley last night cited
several advantages to widespread
withholding of the first fee in-
stallment. Such an action would
"hit the University at its weakest
point," according to Bentley, since
- low summer session tuition rev-
; enue -and large fall salary pay-
ments tend to put the University's
available cash at its lowest point
in late September.
Also, a delay on the Septmber
fee payment would produce only a
$5 penalty for students at the end
of the semester, pending resolution
AP Photo of the tuition hike issue.
Nixon's lawyers are bus SGC member Jeff Schiller, the
only member to vote against the
Special White House Counsel Fred Buzhardt walks to U.S. District strike action, insisted that "my
Court in Washington yesterday to ask for more time in preparing a conscience stops me from with-
response to the Senate Watergate Committee request for White holding money I owe the Univer-
House tapes. He told-Judge Sirica the time was needed because he sity," but added that he supported
is already busy preparing an appeal from Sirica's decision in a re- the concept of the action.
lated case involving Special Watergate Prosecutor Archibald Cox.
In a separate action yesterday, Nixon's attorneys asked a federal UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT Rob-
appeals court to overrule Sirica's order requiring him to turn over could not be reached last night for
tape recordings of conversations related to the Watergate investiga- comment on the announced tuition
tion. strike.
Threat of blues fest conflict
denied by police, sponsors
(Continued from Page 1) indigents in a massive gate-crash- Saturday afternoon and evening
tingent, a small army of Psyche- ing effort. shows $10.00, and for the Sunday
delic Rangers, a community polic- SINCLAIR SAID that free ad- afternoon and evening shows $10.00.
ing organization, will be on hand mission had been arranged for the Series tickets are $16.00 now, but
to handle security at the event. dissidents on the condition that will go up to $20.00 at the gate.
Patrolling the area inside the gate they help with the festival. Complaints about the change
will be 120 rangers to cope withAdC o ined budshejc anged
emergenices and drug dealers. An-: Asked if people outside would be were voiced by disc jockeys Wed-
other 280 rangers will guard the let in free toward the end of the nesday night over Detroit's WABX
festival perimeter and the back- festival, as they were last year,|radio. A spokeswoman said yester-
sta aeanservise pak- Andrews declined comment. day the station, which has been
According to Krasny, the "ig "All I need is 5,000 people wait- selling festival tickets, "has gotten
problem" at the festival will be ing outside to get in who then a lot of calls" from people who
gate crashers, decide to do it," he said. bought series tickets previously and
Sinclair reported that RMM rep- IN A DEPARTURE from earlier want partial refunds, because they
resentatives headed off Wednesday announced policy, tickets to indi- only plan to attend one or two
an attempt by a group of people, vidual performances are now being of the shows.
many of whom were from out of sold and will be available at the A lot of people were hurt"by
town and called themselves Yip- gate until they run out. Tickets forthe change, sai the spokeswoman,
pies, to organize street community tonight's show are $5.00, for the Betsy Strand.
CALLING WABX "irresponsible"
" "---------------'----------------------------A mfor voicing the criticism, Andrews
isaid the change was made because
i olswagen Owners! series tickets haven't been selling
-sne as well as anticipated.
! ' "We're going to be lucky to
W AGON AW E* 'break even," Andrews claimed.
-Last year's festival, also sponsored
1 b RMM we int 'o the red but

U yW,0
* * was returned to financial solvenpy
BACK-TO-SC H 11L by revenues from festival record-
# E ings.
* E LiI Sinclair said series tickets were
i TUNE-U P SA LE oiial' ol o nyfr "oge
S A Etical reasons," but also because the
VALUABLE COUPON festival i ,a "three-day cultural
A COMPLETE TUNE-UP Bobby returns
$9champion Bobby Fischer will re-
0 N LY $9.95 f turn to competition later this year
* with a series of matches in Europe.
* SAME DAY SERVICE AVAILABLE!His attorney, Stanley Rader,
AND WARANTEED WORK 'said Wednesday Fischer was leav-
v oHing this week to complete arrange-
1245 ROSEWOOD, off Industrial H way. ments for the European tour which
CALL 662-2576 I he said could lead up to a million-
SG Fdollar return match with Russia's
GOOD FOREVER m Boris Spassky.
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