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THE MICHIGAN DAILY ruesday, February 12, 1974

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Inconsistencies, secrecies plague Union

(Continued from Page 1) pay approximately $4.50 and $2.50, negotiating this pri
venient arrangement for "keeping respectively, per square foot for Union. But if the n
the water smooth." non-storage space. Clement says they
Union General Manager Stanfield It is also management pra~Aice "sneak stuff in."
Wells refused to reveal the specific and part of the Union's house rule members endorse
criteria which the board uses to that any group or organization Others prefer to s
determine differential rental rates serving food on Union premi3es policy.
for various units that rent space ust purchase it from either the "Why should the
in the building. ~ Club or from the Mani- foot the bill for th~
mark corporation, which owns the asks Churchill. If
"I WOULD BE opening a Par- Union Station snackbar. the Union's polic
dora's box of arguments," he says, Service clubs, like Alpha Phi I "they can go elsew
and anyway, "the board feels Omega, which runs the Blook Band I The board, of C(
they're treating everyone fair." I in the Union Ballroom, claim this agree on everytl
their own efficienc
Libby Davenport, a member policy may starve them out of the feel they are doir
without vote representing the Of- building. ~others are not so
fice of Student Services on the According to For
board, disagrees, saying that the "WE GET SCREWED by the -
Board's method of deciding rental Union," says Nick Clement, head
With a meager melnbership of' tion. The Red Cross bring in their
rates "hasn't been done openly." of this year's Blood Bank opera-! Electi
about 2,100-only 17 per cent of own food supplies. This means
which are students - the U-Club that the Blood Bank, adhering to
receives preferential rental rates. Union policy, must pay the U-Club (Continued fr
$3 a dozen for doughnuts. That's I excess money in
WHILE THE UNION agreed to 25 cents for every doughnut they paigns. The single
subsidize the Art Gallery on the buy. ordinance is to r
I first floor of the building since it Last semester's food bill, says confidence in the
I could not afford to pay rent the Clement, was $833 for four days of! process."
University Cellar bookstore doughnuts, Pepsi, orange drink and Other objections
'pays HRP and Democrat
almost twice as much rent as he coffee ($50 covered clean-up costs.) bers centered arou:
U-Club. "We don't even get a discount'
According to their managers, the' when we buy so much," Clement limitation: no un
U-Club restaurant and last semester's food bill amount an individ
U Cellar and the sa
ys, bu
*ummmmmmsmm~rnuI! was "more than we could afford i te to a campaigr
IN OTHER busirn
to put out. istrator Sylvester I
BOND 3.9c THE BLOOD BANK is presently ed council with a
! COPIES
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British uaiii~n~
20 lb. Bond Poper8V2x1 1 ' (
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oblem with the is "a lot of peonle doing a lot of
egotiations fail, other things called together once
may have to a month."
certain board
this meth3d. CALLED TOGETHER, but what
tick to present about coming together? The four
student board m e m b e r s, says
Union have to White, have never been present
~ Blood Bank?" at once at the same meeting.
they don't like The only way the Union's pres-
ies, she says, ent philosophy will change, accord-
here." ing to Union President Robert Ger-
xirse, does hot lach, is 'through "more student
iing, including input."
:y. While some Until that time, White claims
ig a good job, the Unioi will remain "a lot inure
sure. like a private club than a atudei~t
man, the board, center."
~ law approved
m Page 1) posed budget cuts for the' current
political cam- fiscal year totalling $350,000. The
purpose of this chief feature in these cuts was a
'einforce public proposal for each city employe to
local political take five days off without pay be-
tween now and June 15.
to the bill by Murray made the recommenda-
ic eouncll mem- tions in light of 'the state munici-
nd another non- pal finance commission's statement
titation on the that the city must cut the $350,000
ual ~an contri- to qualify for approved tax notes
to pay back debts.
~ss, City Admin- Each city department had been
~4urray present- required to submit proposals for
series of pro- budget reductions of three, five,
-- and eight per cent.

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ALSOGIAN Day Calendar
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* 11 xl 9 COPI E c : JOE (Continued from Page 1) 1 permission to ban the export of Tuesday. February 12
* * WHELAN, a miners union both steel and coal to other mar- Ctr. Continuing Education of Wo-
I 3
PHI BETA SIGMA FRATERNITY, mc,, oi ficial in Nottingham area, said ket partners. The commission men: "Women in Business, Law, Social
IMPRESS COPY CENTER ! he had been threatened with death; must approve such action and Work," Conf. Rms. 4, 5 League, noon.
Future Worlds: Hunter Thompson,
DELTA RHO CHAPTER
524 E. WILLIAM-665-4321 * after safety workers, charged with British sources said it has shown "Lifestyle & Politics of the 70s," Hill
Open 9-6 M-F~ 10-5 Sot. 'keeping the mines in operable con- I sympathy to the request. Aud., 3 pm.
PRESENTS 3 Executives LSA Coffee Hour: StatistIcs, 1447
I ~ me inmmmminmw~inmm~ dition, crossed picket lines, of the state-owned M
_______________________________ "There will be bitterness, even British Steel Corp. have estimated ason Hail, 3 pm.
Ethics, Religion: C. Trungpa, "Medi-
CHAMBERS between father and son, for years ,steel production would cease by tation in Action," Aud. A, Angell Hall,
Three Dog Night and BROTHERS the paperback to come if this situation C early spring if the coal strike 3pm.
I Physics: G. Feldman, SLAG, "Spear
ues," Len Clarke, the regional un- lasts. Prenmina Results on Hadron Pro-
*,~- ******~******** '''' ion leader in Nottingham, said. I The walkout against Heath's
* ~ .******,>.,,... ..**.>..***~. duction in e plus e- Collisions," P-A
~ ~ ~ Meanwhile, union officials and anti-inflation ceiling on wage Bldg. Oolloq. Rm., 4 pm.
~' " '4~*-*.*
,.*,~ * a group of industrialists met to raises started at midnight Sat- Music School: M. Babbitt, Prince-
discuss a compromise arrange- urday, but the miners had not ton U. "Since Schoenberg," SM Re-
ment increasing miners' pay if cital Hall, 4 pm.
been working overtime and Sun- Romance Languages, Literature: R.
B they return to work. A special days for three months. Chambers. "Chiasmus a.s Narrative:
~ meeting of the miners~ union Ex- Heath has maintained he cannot The Structure of Baudelaire's Partum
;..a~. ~ .-,~*..... ..,~ Ext. Service. English Dept.: poetry
ecutive was called for today. offer more than 7 per cent, or exotique," Leo. Rm, 1,MLB, 4:10 pm.
* ~.... COAL provides 70 per cent of $5.70 a week, in addition to the ba- reading, J. Halnes, Aud. 3, M.LB, 4:10
~ ~ Britain's power needs. The Com -sic miner's average of $81. Miners pm.
mon Market's Executive said in want their average weekly pay Psych Film Series: "Sticky My Fin-
~i- gers, Fleet My Feet:" "Growing Up
S*,,~ .. Brussels the British have sought raised to $101.50. Female." Aud. 3, MLB, 4:30 pm.
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CRiSLER ARENA, U of M Campus 6 Consecutive Weeks, Kresge Co.; Feb. 14:
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Atomic Energy; Feb. 18: Neiman-Mar-
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Michigan Student Union, Hudsons, Grinnells, FOR ENROLLMENT, CALL 769-4980 arch, civil engr., urban geog.
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