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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, March 16, 1973

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THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Friday, March 16, 1973

GOP: Well-heeled
fired-up for battle

and

SUBSIDY UP FOR RENEWAL
Regents discuss store fu

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(Continued from Page 1) enue sharing funds for child care University's Flint campus whoI
The Republicans conceed the. and health services, the GOP de- crimtn ivrsinapayex-]
have little support in the student manded some $200,000 be appropri- criminal discrimination by-
community. "Ninety per cents of ated fo ran improved garbage col- cluding them from an all-male
the students who vote Republican lection system. sociology course.
are not registered here," ex- T h e Republicans continually Cellar manager Dennis Webster
plains Brad Taylor, chairman of Icharge the Democrat-HRP coali- and Btrueisn suentfcrtar t
the local College Republicans. tion with financial irresponsibility. the store's student-faculty Board
In addition to the established "The city now has a tremendous of Directors, came before the
GOP organization, Stephenson rt- debt, but the Democrats have done Regents in accordance with a
nothing of consequence with the provision for review made when
putedly has about 220 volunteers money," Hadler says. the bookstore was established. The
working on his campaign. Belcher Stephenson hopes his party's ef- Cllar is funded by a fee of five
termed the effort "a grass roots fort and expense will yield a GOP students which they may request
movement." majority on council. "I would hate back from the store when they
Despite his meticulously planned to be elected mayor without a Re- leave the University.
campaign strategy, Stephenson has publican majority, nothing could This arrangement, plus a grant
yet to address specific issues. "The be accomplished," he says. from the Regents of $100,000 in
remaining weeks are the most cru- The $5 marijuana penalty might starting capital left over from
cial of the race," he says. "There- well be the first casualty of a Re- funds collected in student parking
fore I've got to begin crystalizing publican controlled council. Steph- fees, was set by the Regents in
my diverse and conflicting ideas." enson, a councilman from 1966 1969.
Stephenson contends "the city through 1972, voted against the Webster and Wilson told the Re-
has lost its community spirit since pot law in March 1972. gents yesterday the store is in
the Democrats ttook control." He "Now people feel Ann Arbor is good shape, but is as yet incapable
blames many city problems on a wide open town which has of coming up with the working
the loss of this nebulous spirit. capital necessary to cover its $2
The other GOP candidates bandy brought a disproportionate number million volume of yearly business.
about phrases like "return respon- of people who live off the drug They claimed that a five year ex-
sibility to city hall" and blast the culture," he comments. tension of the rolling assessment
Democratic and HRP council mem- Stephenson indicated he would funding would allow the store to
bers for failing to provide ace- also revamp council procedures. accumulate sufficient capital to
quate police and sanitation serv- He says he is particularly dis- operate independently.
ices. tressed by the public hearings. The Cellar operates on a profit
While the other parties seek rev- I tiredrof hearing what Steve margin of one per cent over rev-
Nissen, Eric Chester, Ted Beals, enues, they said, and offers books
and Jean King have to say. To at a 5 per cent discount and other
imply they represent the public is items at a 10 to 15 per cent mark-
DAILY OFFICIAL bull." off from sugested prices.
BULLETIN Stephenson contends the elected Regents Lawrence Lindemer (R-
council members represent the Lansing), Robert Nederlander (R-
1 :'r° public and he would close the
I hearings except for "expert testi--
FRIDAY, MARCH 16 mony."
D A Y C A L E N D A R h e clg e st th in g to d s s e n t i on i
Regents' Business Session: Regents' Tecoettigt isnini
Rm., 1st fl., Admin. Bldg., 11 am. the GOP is a quiet uneasiness.
Med. Ctr. Comm. for Women steer- among some more liberal party A theres
ing mm s7330 osp., noon. elements. Douglas Crary, a plan-
International Ctr.: Luncheon discus-nigcm sioe'ay"Ihv°
sion with S. Wynter, U of W. Indies, ning commissioner; says I have
Int'l Ctr., noon. mixed feelings about this year's
Immunology Seminer: E. Moller, slate."{
"Anti Hapten Reactive T & B Cells," He believes the party has been0
2:30 pm.; G. Moller, "Mechanisms of unresponsive to liberal input.
B Celi Activation," 4 pm.; both of { rsosve t ierlipt
Karoiinska Inst., Stockholm, Sheldon "Stephenson will have to be more0
Aud., Towsley Ctr. receptive," he adds.
Commission for women: Homer Crary, however, admits that
Heath Lounge, Union, 3:30 pm., " considering the circumstances
We Can't Predict the Future & What "Stephenson is the best we have
This Means for Social Action," 1040 been able to come up with." d
Nat. Res., 4:15 pm. - - --
Nationality Clubs-World's Fair '73:
food, dress, arts and crafts, folk dance,
Burns Park Elementary School, 1414 IT fTIi
German Dept.: George Buchner's
International Folk Dance: Barbour
Gym, 8 pm.
Music School: Raymond Wheeler,If:" *
clarinet, SM Recital Hall, 8 pm. March 16-18 urnsPar
U Players: Shakespeare's "K i n g
Lear," Power, 8 pm.FiILSh
South Quad: Poor Man's Special r 712
Dance, with Detroit & Rockets, Main
cafeteria, 9 pm. 1414 Wells
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Detroit), Deane Baker (R-Ann Ar-,
bor and Robert Bown (R-Kalama-1
zoo) all criticized the Cellar sharp-
ly for what they called an un-
reasonable request.
"You may be able to read your
statement so that you'e not operat-
ing at a loss, but I can't," Lindemer1
said.
"We're not operating at a loss,"
Wilson said. He and Webster ex-
plained that the Cellar can accum-
ulate capital if the next few years
go as projected because only about
40 per cent of all outgoing stu-
dents ask for their five dollars.
back.
However, Wilson told The Daily
yesterday that if the Regents do
not approve the assessment, "It's
quite possible that at that point
we'd be figuring we'd have to close
down.
Brown suggested that the Cellar
compete with other bookstores
rather than offering discount
prices, in order to earn profit.
"You're driving other people out
of business," Brown insisted. "Why
can't you earn with your market?"
Webster and Wilson explained
that the Cellar is committed to non-
profit, discount operation by its
founding mandate, and that if the
store did not charge discount prices
it would not do the same volume of
business it presentlydoes.
"Students felt there would be
substantial savings; I don't think
there have been," Nederlander re-
marked. "The question is whether
the bookstore should continue at
all."
Lindemer added, "Students will

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go out into the world of WANT TO MEET _
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proposal that the Regents,
council's president andA ALL WOMEN STUDENTS
ident as non-voting mem-
the board, like the execu-
cers, met with even less ARE INVITED TO A lEA
m fom the Regents. u
ot saying you'e unrespon-
saying you're not giving March 16
s the chance to be re- v 3 05;0PM
" Jacobs argued. "This 3:3 U-U pm. -
is an example of a situa-
hich you don't know what 7- > o5 <>0<->0 <

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