Wednesday, March 2 1, 1973
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wednesday, March 21, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAiLY
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21
Psychiatry: P. Margolis. "The Pa-
tient-Staff Mtg. & Patient Power in a
Ward Community," CPH Aud., 10:15
Trotter House: Luncheon - discus-
sion with S. Wynter, U of W. Indies,
"The Utlization of Black Cultural Re-
sources in the Struggle for Liberation,"
Trotter House, 12:30 pm.
Mathematics: J. Keller, C o u r a n t
Inst., "Mathematical Aspects in Vi-
sion," 3227 Angell, 2 pm.
English - Studies in Religion: G.
Huntington, "The Hutterite Move-
meat," B-ill MLB, 3 pm.
Religious Affairs: A. Becker, "Coin-
cidence: Religion & Art in Bali," Aucid.
3, MLB, 3 pm..
Social Work: P. Rutledge, HEW, "So-
cial Service Delivery Systems in the
Black Community." Aud. B, Angell, 3
Industrial & Op. Engineering: R.
Brown, "Industrial Applications of O
R. & Systems Analysis," 229 W. Engin.,
Botany Seminar: E. Balbinder, Syra-
cuse U, "The Tryptophan Operon in
Salmonella," 1139 Nat. Sci., 4 pm.
Physics Colloquium: C. Levinthal,
Columbia U "How Nerves Find Their
Way," P&A Colloq. Rm., 4 pm.
Army Officer Ed.: S. Rich, U of
Utah, "U.S. Military Establishment &
Its Role in Politics," Aud. 4, MLB, 4
Psychology: W. Garner, Yale, "Pat-
tern Goodness in Info. Processing,"
Schwinn * Raleigh * Mercier
* Peugeot is Coming 6
Rackham Amph.. 4 pm.
Psych. 171 Film Series: "The Cabinet
of Dr. Caligari;" "Very Very Nice:"
"American Time Capsuje." UGLI Mul-
tipurpose Rm., 4 pm.
Near East. Lang. & Lit.: N. Glatzer.
Brandeis U, "The Book of Job & the
Problem of Man's Position in the Uni-
verse," 170 Phys.-Astron., 4:10 pm.
Russian & E. European Studies Ctr.,
Poli. Sci., W. European Ctr.: J. Wiatr,
"The European Security Conference,"
E. Conf. Rm., Rackham, 4:10 pm.
HSRI: R. Snyder, "Current Biomedi-
cal Studies," 131 HSRI, 4:30 pm.
OSSP: S. Wynter, U of W. Indies,
"Nigger . Minstrel/Nigger Monster, No-
ble Savage/Indio Bruto, etc." 2235 An-
gell, 8 ijm.
Grad Coffee Hour: E. Conf. Rm.,
Rackhamn, 8 pi.
Music School: U. Symphony Orches-
tra, J. Blatt, conductor, Hill, 8 pm.
Musical Society: Angelicum Orches-
tra of Milan, Power, 8 pm.
Students Pres.-Mich. Union Board of
Directors: Petitions for office of Stu-
dent Pres. available in 3200 SAB, 8:30
am.-4:30 pm. Petitions must be com-
pleted & returned by Apr. 13.
Attention: Anyone holding unused
tickets for German Dept.'s Mar. 17 &
18 performances of Woyzeck or Leonce
und Lena, may exchange them for tic-
kets to this week's performances,
Thurs. & Fri.
Waverly School Rec. Prog., Lansing.
Mich. Site leadersand assistant site
leaders. Good salary.
Kites - Frisbees
Locks - Chains
Horns - Baskets
- L ites
Women's athletic facilities take
back seat to male sport needs
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crowded they have to crawl over
each other to get out?
Although the men's locker room
is carpeted and air-conditioned, the
women's room boasts such feitures
as a sauna-like atmosphere 15 de-
grees hotter than the hallway, two
working showers and one toilet sit-
uated under a leaky pipe.
Athletic Director Don Canham
was unavailable for comment, but
part of the reason for the dramatic
difference in facilities lies in the
status of women's intercollegiate
teams with the University.
Technically, women's basketball
-along with gymnastics, tennis,
volleyball, swimming and field
hockey-is just a club sport. This
came about when the Women's
A t h 1 e t i c Association disbanded
three years ago, leaving women's
sports without a source of funds.
After struggling along for a year
on the very little money the Office
of Student Services could spare,
the women complained to Athletic ,
Director Don Canham.
Two years ago, Canham claimed
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be would be happy to support wo-
meu's intercollegiate athletics, but
he said he didn't think the teams
were ready to go intercollegiate.
He declined to say why.
For the past two years, Canham
has given $2,000 to be d i v i d e d
among the six women's sports
clubs. He also matched the $1,000
given to the Michigan Sports Club
Federation by the Office of Stu-
Women's sports clubs receive on
the average of $75 each from the
Jan White, an assistant director
in the IM Dept. and nominally in
charge of women's sports clubs
says women are "treated fairly on
a club sport basis." However, she
added the University "should pro-
vide an intercollegiate program as
separate from the intramural and
Physical Education Prof. Marie
Hartwig, long-time member of the
Physical Education Dept., says
she feels women are making defi-
nite progress toward their ultimate
goal of Varsity Intercollegiate
However, basketball c o a c h e s
Jane Bennett and Mary Elkins say
they wish progress were a little
faster. Bennett and Elkins are
former members of the team who
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Modern Languages Bldg., Aud. 3
New World Film Co-op
vo1'unteered to coach the team
All of the women's team's coach-
es, with the exception of the gym-
nastics coach, put in long hours of
work for free. The gymnastics
coach, Marie Saint Jean, receives
$200, a small sum for a member,
of the 1968 Olympics team.
Basketball coach Jane Bennett
put it this way: "It's not just the
non-salary. We don't have enough
tape or balls, our uniforms need
replacing and we never know if
we'll have enough cars to get to
Ironically, despite having one of
the worst "rograms in the state,
Michigan fields some very fine
teams. The swimming team just
made a very good showing at the
Bit being good doesn't appear to
be eno-gh to garner funds from
the Athletic Dept. To get to the Na-
tion-s, man ger Johanna High had
to convince several alumni to do-
The expenses of the swimming
team" were 7o'ered for this vesr.
Bit what aboit next year? At the
nrose-t time, th- B-rri in Control
of TItercollegi'te Athletics has no
plans to promote women's sports
at Michigan to Varsity status.
Managers of several women's
sports clubs seem to think that
women will continue to struggle
along. But as oie basketball play-
er said, "I don't know if I can
-fford to pay next year."
GENOA, Italy (UPI) - A f t e r
spending the night with relatives,
Antonio Tilli went back to t h e
place where he parked his truck
and found it gone. He also remem-
bered he left a lion cub in it.
Tilli, an animal dealer from Tur-
in, got both back as soon as he
checked with police. They t o 1 d
him they had towed the truck away
at the request of passersby scared
at the sight of the lion.
Professor Dankwart A. Rustow
(Chairman of the Caucus for a New Political Sciente, CNPS)
will meet informally with students and fac-
ulty today at noon- before his presentation
tonight sponsored by the Graduate and Un-
dergraduate Political Science Associations.
BROWN BAG 6602 Haven Hall 12:00
have to conflict, but with HRP they us-
HRP says the Democratic-sponsored Rent Control
Commission 15 landlord-dominated. They must have
a crystal ball. The members of the commission
haven't even been selected yet. They had to say
something. They voted against it because they
couldn't stack it with HRP members.
HRP says its decisions are made in open meetings.
Their decision to abandon the agreed-to Democrat-
ic-HRP 'Revenue Sharing budget was made by an
unannounced meeting of their dozen-member
Carol Jones says:
"I am not running for City Council to build
a political' party. I'm running to serve the
needs of underrepresented people in Ann
Arbor. I will not be 'directed' by a small
group of party regulars who have the time
and stamina to sit through hours of party
"There is much we can accomplish in Ann
Arbor, but only if we are honest about our
expectations, put principle above party pol-
itics and produce workable proposals in-
stead of empty rhetoric."
For the People, not the Party
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