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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, January 26, 1973

f a 7

Dorm rates

to rise next

fall

SGC fills

(Continued from Page 1)
tent Af the law is to make it so
cumbersome that landlords just
won't demand them (damage de-
posits)."
The new law's definition of a
"security deposit" allows the Uni-
versity to demand one month's
rent prior to that month. However,
the prepayment plan was rejected

by the housing committee. "Our
only worry," Feldkamp said, "is
if the University has nothing (no
damage deposit and no prepay- I
ment) and people sign the lease+
and then don't show."

But he adds, "Even if the legis-
lature doesn't make the law appli-1
cable to the University, I still like
to see to what extent we can
comply."
According to the law, failure of{

Feldkamp questions w h e t h e r the landlord (the University in
"the state can tell the University this case) to begin a court action
how to run its internal operation." for damages which he has claimed

One view of the Divine Light

(Continued from Page 1)
face is more characteristic of a
goody - goody prep school student
than the seeker of truth and alter-
native life styles that he de-
scribes.
"I moved from a Jewish home
in Port Huron ,to a commune in
Colorado. My mind was unsteady,
I was not unhappy but I kept think-
ing that life was a big waste.
Maharaj Ji gave me the answer."
This answer was revealed to him
at a Knowledge session that lasted
six hours. At these sessions the
initiate is instilled with Divine
light, Divine music and Divine
nectar and the unspeakable Holy
name of God, which cannot be
contained by lips but only by the
heart. These four things are ex-
perienced continually by those who
have been awakened by Guru Ma-
haraj Ji. Paul describes the ex-
perience of receiving knowledge.
"He came to me and an explosion
of white light exploded within my

head, this experience left me with
no ego, no thought, just being-
ness."
After explaining his past experi-
ence with drugs, he was asked why
he was willing to give it up for
Maharaj Ji. "I really enjoyed
dope, but when you experience the
ultimate bliss you have no need for
temporary bliss."
Dave has only had "knowledge"
for five days. He is unbelievably
excited about explaining the dif-
ference it has made in his life.
"Before I received knowledge my
mind was constantly bugging me,
the techniques that you get when
you receive knowledge teach you
that you no longer have to listen
to yout mind."
During the two years of his mis-
sion Maharaj Ji has acquired a
multitude of gifts frgm his follow-
ers, including a Rolls Royce, Mer-
cedes Benz, and a Lear Jet. This
along with the Guru's penchant for

the sensational have convinced
many that his entire mission is a
fraud. Kathy, at the risk of be-
ing the group's apologist, ex-
plains that "we are living in a
modern day world. His aim is to
spread happiness and if he must
use sensationalism sometimes, its
only for this purpose. Christ rode
on the back of a donkey, Maharaj
Ji rides in a Mercedes Benz, the
only difference is in the times they
lived." As further proof of his sin-
cerity Kathy points out that he is
urging all his followers to redirect
their gifts to build a Divine Light
School andthospitalain Denver.
"We have found the source
of happiness and we don't want to
horde it. Our house is open to
anyone after 7:00 at night," Kathy
added.
After that last statement only
one more question need be ans-
wered: are they really happy?
They smile ,and individually
answer: yes.

or failure of returning the balance eyb
of the security deposit to the
tenant, makes the landlord liable
to the tenant for double the amount By TERRY MARTIN
of the security deposit retained. and BILL HEENAN
"This ruling is okay for a small With President Bill Jacobs re-
landlord," Feldkamp said, but "for portedly off enjoying the sun in
aglandlord tokmsubect h Mexico, last night's StudentGoy-
to double indemnity isn't very ernment Council meeting lasted
wise.,, less than an hour before lack of a
quorum forced early adjournment.
Since the University can't do all While the meeting lasted, Council
that the state regulations ask, and filled the vacancy left by Valda
still retain the damage deposit, McClain's resignation by electing
the damage deposit has been Elaine Leaphart
eliminated. Cliff Sloane, vice president for
However, a stricter enforcement the grocery co-op, reported that
of the rule holds students re- due to lack of a storefront loca-'
sponsible for their eight month tion, the Grocery co-op was "at a
lease. complete standstill." This means,
Under this rule, students have as Executive Vice-President Lou
until July 1 to cancel their fall Glazer (GROUP) pointed out, that
leases or be held responsible for the co-op's $17,500 allocation is
it. "just lying around." Sloane has
However, Feldkamp pointed out turned his energies to setting up an
that "students have the right to "organic meat" co-op, scheduled
file for lease termination and to for full-scale operation next week.
appear b e f o r e the reviewing
board."
Associate Director of University
Housing Peter Ostafin said that
theoretically the person will be re-
sponsible for the lease. However,
he adds that cases are "always

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Experts see snags in Viet accord

(Continued from Page 1)
a reasonable settlement of their
seemingly insoluble differences or
to use the agreement to launch a
bitter political struggle that could
lead to another armed conflict,
with or without the participation
of the North Vietnamese.
Observers felt the ambiguities in
the agreement, and the provision
requiring unanimity in decisions of
the proposed national council to
prepare for new elections, might
prevent effective political progress,
much less the "conciliation" that
the settlement requires.
Both sides made concessions to
achieve a peace in negotiations
that began four years ago.
President Thieu was persuaded
to drop his demand for the with-
drawal of North Vietnamese troops

in the South. Their future is to be
decided in negotiations between
Saigon and the Viet Cong. The
North Vietnamese have never
acknowledged the p r e s e n c e of
troops in the South.
. Kissinger claimed that the United
States had won substantially all
the changes it had proposed in a
draft agreement he and Tho reach-
ed last October, including new
language to make it clear that the
proposed national council was not
a coalition government, including
communists, imposed on Saigon.
Yet a careful reading of the
agreement convinced the over-
whelming majority of American
commentators that the terms an-
nounced here Wednesday followed
the October draft in most respects.

The major differences, as out-
lined by Kissinger, were widely
seen to be in the form of tighten-
ing and clarifying language.
If that was true, observers said,j
the carpet bombing of Hanoi by
BS2s which began after new prob-
lems developed at the Paris peace
talks last month might have been!
designed to impress Thieu rather
than to force North Vietnam into
making concessions the United
States knew it could not win.
This theory followed the lines
that President Nixon might have
ordered one more heavy bombing
campaign to convince Thieu that
he had done all in his power to!
secure an honorable peace, that
the terms in fact did give him a
better than even chance to sur-
vive, and that the war must come
to an end.
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Medical Str. Commission for Women
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