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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, January 14, 1973

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Athletic board may
stall new proposal
(Continued from Page 1) Ever since then, it's been "hurry,
Canham initially presented his hurry, hurry" according to John
proposal -to the executive officers- McKenzie, student member of the
President Robben Fleming and the athletic board and ACRICS.
University vice-presidents-in De- According to McKenzie, Canham
cember. He indicated at that time sprang the proposal on an unsus-
the first three points in his plan pectingaboard Jan. 4, when it re-
could be financed by the athletic ceived a hurried approval.
department and that the fourth-a Canham is out of town and un-
new pre-fab intramural building- available for comment.
would cost the University roughly Canham will discuss the situation
one million dollars. with Senate Assembly, the faculty
Fleming wrote Canham in a let- representative body, Monday. Tues-
ter dated Dec. 18, that a tempor- day he goes before ACRICS, and at
ary, pre-fab building would be in- the end of the week the Regents
adequate to meet the needs of are scheduled to give the matter
North Campus' 10,000 students and their consideration.
would be aesthetically unaccept- When he meets with ACRICS,
able. Canham will be asked to make firm
"To construct a suitable facility," commitments-in writing-on a
Fleming wrote, "would, we believe, variety of questions or face rejec-
probably cost somewhere inthe tion of the plan. This would stall
neighborhood of three and a half to moving the ice facilities from the
four million dollars." Fleming fur- cramped, aging Coliseum to the
ther suggested at that time the five more commodious Yost Field
dollar-per-term student fee to pay House.
for the more expensive structure. -w far Canham -i illing to
How. far Ctanh t4AfAAis1. wiJ~lln to

Today's staff:

News: Linda Dreeben, Beth Egnater, Cheryl
Schoch, Sue Sommer, Ted Stein, David Stoll
Editorial page: Arthur Lerner, Ted Stein
Arts page: Herb Bowie
Photo technician: Denny Gainer

Pilate, Eric

An ad in Friday's paper for the Center

for Foreign

Study erroneously stated

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that it was the center for all foreign study
in Ann Arbor. This is not true and the
Michigan Daily regrets the error.

The executive officers also in-
dicated they would only support the7
package as a whole and would op-1
pose breaking it down into separateI
issues, according to OSS personnel.:
Another condition for support,
from the executive officerspwas
that Canham receive the approval
of both the Board in Control of'
Intercollegiate Athletics and AC-,
RICS.
Bullard talks
about future
(Continued from Page E
"I would say that's true, and I'
need help," he acknowledged. "For
example, I would very much ap-
preciate it if the Human Rights
Party would research, draft, and
propose a collective bargaining
rights bill for tenants. I would be
willing to introduce and get co-(
sponsors for a bill like that. The
more help I can get the better."
Bullard hopes the House has'
moved somewhat to the left after
the November election, and he
predicts that a loose liberal coali-
tion will be able to get bills out of
committee onto the floor. Whether
they can be passed by the House
is "yet to be tested," he added.
Yet because of the possibility
that he might be appointed to the
House Judiciary Committee, Bul-
lard sees evidence that the House
"establishment" is willing to in-
stitutionalize pressure for changes,
such as elimination of victimless
crime.
As for a revised criminal code,
Bullard predicted it will be passed
by the Legislature this session with
substantial changes not only in the
criminal justice and prison sys-
tems, but also in the area of
victimless crime.
In addition, Bullard said, there
may be considerable legislation
passed dealing with consumer pro-
tection.
The new representative also had
some thoughts on the Legislature
itself.
"It's incredibly screwed up at
this point up there. Most of the
freshman representatives are off in
a new building across the street
from the State Capitol building,
and they couldn't get furniture for
the new offices," he said.

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bend toward the disgruntled AC-
RICS members remains unclear.
Several persons involved express
the fear that if pushed too far, he
may go over the heads of the
executive officers and ask the Re-
gents to split the issue, giving him
the go-ahead on projects he can
now afford, such as the hockey
rink transfer, while shelving the
intramural building until later.
Dissident ACRICS members ex-
press uncertainty over t h e i r
chances for success. As one ex-
plained, "This is mainly a stop-gap
thing. But, if we can raise some
flak over this maybe we can do
some good for the over-all situa-
tion."

SUNDAY, JANUARY 14
DAY CALENDAR
Music School: Karen Lundgren, so-
prano, SM Recital Hail, 4:30 pm..
Music School: Mardy Medders, so-
prano, SM Recital Hall, 8 pm.
Music School: Bert Lord, organ, Hill,
8 pm.
MONDAY, JANUARY 15
Psych. 171 Film Series: "Zucker-
candi;" "Invention of the Adolescent,"
UGLI Multipurpose Rm., 4 pm.
Physics Seminar: M. Block, North-
western Univ., "p-p Elastic Scattering
at the ISR," P&A Colloq. Rm., 4 pm.
Student Services Policy Board Meet-
ing: Third Floor Mich. Union, V.P.'s
Conf. Rm., 7:45 pm.
Engineering, IEEE: W. M. Brown,j
pres., Environmental Research Inst. of
Mich., "A Research Institute for the
State of Michigan," Chrysler Ctr., Aud.,
8 pm.
Music School Linda Pound, organ,
Hill Aud., 8 pm.
Rive Gauche: Dutch language night,
1024 Hill, 9 pm.
SUMMER PLACEMENT
212 SAB, 763-4117
INTERVIEW
Camp Ma-Hi-Ya, Mich.: Soc. work
Camp will interview Friday, January
19, from 9:30 to 5. Openings include
creative arts director, camporaft spe-
cialist, waterfront, boating, also cook,
asst. cooks, maintenance help. Addi-
tionalinformation and applications
available.
INTERVIEW
Camp Tamarack, Fresh Air Society,
Detroit: Will interview here Thursday,
January 18 and 25, from 9 to 5. Coun-
selors, supervisors, specialists - water-

front ,arts and crafts, nurse, kitchen
staff.Further details available.
DEADLINE
Final application date for the Sum-I
mer Federal Service Exam is January
26, for the March 10 exam. This is
the last exam for this season.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield
village, Openings for food service at-
tendants, ticket cashiers and grounds-
man helpers, details available. Dead-
line for position as guide is January
19.
Summer Intern Program in Jewish
Communial Service for '73, Chicago,
Ill.: Excellent program for social serv-
ices in hospitals, homes, rehabilita-1
tion centers, etc. Deadline Feb. 15.
York Archaeological Trust, York,
England. Here is your opportunity to
work with an archaeological expedition
during the summer; work period runs
from June 18 to September 29. Fur-
ther details and application available.
STUDENT ORGANIZATION
ANNOUNCEMENTS
U of M Skydiving Club, organiza-
tional meeting. January 16, 7:30 p.m.,_
3532 SAB.
UM Ski Club Mass Meeting. January
16, 7:30 p.m. Faculty Club Lounge~
SUnion.

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