.THE MICH16AN DAILY
Friday, March. 29, 1974
THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, March. 29, 1974
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members 3. Mediatrics
Applications and Further Information Are Available at the UAC Travel
Office, 2nd Floor, Michigan Union. Applications Are Due: April 5, 1974.
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Baits staff dispute
to be heard today
SGC ok's talk of
charges against Gill
that neither measure complies with
a state law requiring charter
amendments to be confined to one
Despite the objections raised by
the attorney general, the ballot
proposals must go before the vot-
ers because they were initiated by
Milliken may also release a list
of objections to the two items, but
as of later yesterday his office
was unaware of the attorney gen-
Local reaction to Kelley's an-
nouncement was mixed. Democra-
tic and Republican leaders felt the
statement further imperiled the
rent control amendment.
(Continued from Page 1)mittee with copies of staff applica- By PAUL TERWILLIGER to make it general enough so as
THE NEXT DAY, Salowitz sent tion's and questionnaires, in re- Student Government Council not to include or imply the name
a note to all Baits staff, stating, sponsee to the committee's written (SGC) last night passed an amend- of Lee Gill or any $ther person,
"This is the only formal device request for the material. Salowitz ment authorizing Council President he added.
I will be using at this time to alert claimed no such request was Carl Sandberg and SGC Attorney An acceptable amendment
students to our request for partici- made, but the tffes th acopies Tom Bentley to discuss with city finally agreed upon, ordering Bent-
pation in staff selection." of a request letter to the area di-poiete osblty fbrnngeyadSdegtoicuswh
rector, dated Feb. 11 police the possibility of bringig ley and Sandberg to discuss with
The move aroused the anger of criminal charges against former the police the possibility of press-
a number of staffers, who met Refusal to "provide duplicated SGC president Lee Gill. ing criminal charges in response
early in February with Feldkamp copies of all information on the Sandberg and SGC Treasurer to evidence of a criminal offense
and Salowitz, and demanded that candidates" is also a code viola- Sader ndbC rasrrmoevideeof aCia. fes
proper selection guidelines be fol- tion" Rosemary Mullin have already by a member of SGC.
lowed. Following the meeting, Sal- SELECTION committee member a l u aG n thera ng C
I a leging he was responsible for the cil member Marcia Fishman with-
owitz, apparently on orders from Terry McCain said, "We asked for misplacement of almost $8,000 indrwamto tohvSG en
Feldkamp, saturated student mail- a committee copy of every candi- SGC funds. dorse a resolution for peace in In-
boxes with a note asking for se- date's responses, in addition to Gdocsia.relimecSGChaIn-
lection committee volunteers. the application, and he gave us The motion to press criminal dochina. She claimed SGC had al-
- A nine-member selection unit none." charages against Gill, presented to ready passed an amendment that
was on convened bu s Also, the m ee s nt a council members David Faye ,Bob destroyed the original intent of
wsa n thgop enewas utstil nvoations1 lsodtho mitee w a sff al- Mathews, and Jean Nuechterlein, the resolution.
of the code because it did not in- cants. Salowitz said this was due charged Gill with being "A dis- The motion, presented by mem-
clude one black male student, as to students' lack of time; commit- grace to the minority students he bers of the Indochina Peace Cam-
specified by the selection code. tee members said Salowitz "re- betrayed", and attacked the press paign, was designed to have SGC
peatedly tried to discourage stu- for allegedly harassing several endorse a request to Congress that
ALSO, SALOWITZ yesterday ad- dents from organizing the commit- members of SGC who tried to ex- legislation forcing the government
mitted he did not provide the com- tee." to live up to the Paris peace agree-
_________________________________. pose Gill last fall.met
The original motion was found The amendment, presented by
to be in violation of the law by Matt Hoffman, struck the word
. .:..: Bentley, because, in the words of "south" from "South Vietnam" in
Sandy Green, SGC executive VP, it the resolution and added "prop-
"implies a commission of guilt, erty" to a list of basic freedoms to
I something which can only be done be restored to the people of South
by a judge or a jury." Fishman said this destroyed the
' k The only way such a motion meaning of the original motion and
I could be constitutional would be I withdrew it.
Your landlord wants you to
ote against yourself Monday
Why have landlords raised over $40,000 to fight Rent Control?
Simple because this law will prevent them from making exorbitant
profits at your expense.
You don't need us to tell you your rent is t o o high. Your landlord
reminds you of that every month. In fact, we Ann Arbor tenants pay the
second highest rents in the country for mediocre housing, lousy mainten-
ance and security deposit rip-offs.
Rent Control will mean better maintenance, lower rents for all of
us, and the real beginning of tenant rights.
So landlords have taken thousands of dollars of your rent money to
try to convince you to vote against yourself.
The names of major contributors to their front group "Citizens for
Good Housing" should be familiar to Ann Arbor tenants.
ous COED Frat!
IN RACKHAM STUDENT GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS
TO BE ELECTED: President, Vice President, 15 Representatives
ELIGIBLE TO VOTE: Every student enrolled in Rackharm
DATES: March 25-29 and April 1-5, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
LOCATION OF POLLS:
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Everyone started early and are working extra hard
in order to make this World's Fair exciting and
wonderful. The Belly Dancer is here again, the res-
taurants, sponsored by 4 nationality groups are
here again. And because of the extensive pains
taken by Toy, Georgette and Stan, the Variety Show
will be stupendous. Each booth will offer wonderful
things to buy, eat, and look at.
Check out the World's Fair
BURNS PARK SCHOOL
Mar. 29-Friday 7 p.m.-midnight
Mar. 30-Sat. noon-midnight
Mar. 31-Sun. noon-6 p.m.
Mon., Mar. 25-Rackham Building
Tues., Mar. 26--Grad Library
Wed., Mar. 27-Fishbowl
Thurs., Mar. 28-Engin. Arch
Fri., Mar. 29-Education School
Mon., Apr. 1-Rackham Building
Tues., Apr. 2-Grad Library
wed., Apr. 3-Fishbowl
Thurs., Apri. 4--Kresge Library
Fri., Apr. 5-Rackham Building
I__ For information, call 763-0109, weekday afternoons
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But their best hope is that you won't vote at all. If they could, they
would probably buy a rainy day Monday. Take a walk to the voting booth
Monday and vote for Rent Control. If it's raining or cold,, go anyway.
The meek might inherit the earth, but they're going to have to fight
like hell to collect.
ANN ARBOR TENANTS. UNION