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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By PAUL TRAVIS
An increase in student fees for
Student Government C o u n c i 1
was approved by the Regents in
June-with the stipulation that
none of the money could be used
to sue the University.
An assessment of 50 cents on
all students to fund school and
college governments, and a plan
whereby students could volun-
tarily contribute $1 towards the
proposed SGC grocery coopera-
tive were also approved.
The Regents' action increased
the tuition assessment for SGC
from 25 cents to $1 per term.'
Students approved this plan by
a narrow margin in last March's
SGC elections

Resource enfer for

student initiative in programming

* MUSKET
The all campus Broadway musical
" FREE UNIVERSITY
To establish courses not otherwise offered by the!
University; courses established and taught by students
* PUBLICATIONS
Publishes the UAC calendar notebookand the freshman register
*.BLACK AFFAIRS
To coordinate activities with Black students
* PROGRAMMING DEVELOPMENT
Resources for people with new ideas who need
help or direction in getting going.
* SOPH SHOW
An all sophomore musical production
* CULTURAL AFFAIRS
Opportunities for participants and spectators
alike in theatre, literature, music, dance.
* PUBLICITY
Work with all forms of publicity.
* STUDENT GALLERY
A student run art gallery on the first floor of the Union
" CREATIVE ARTS
Deals with the lighter side of artistic endeavor:
amateur filmmaking, music and other visualand tactual arts.
*CONTEMPORARY DISCUSSIONS
Provides speakers of political and social relevance
to the University community.
" TRAVEL
Cheap charter flights to Europe, the Bahamas, Rose Bowl,
during Christmas vacation, spring break and summer vacation.

FOR
LESS MONE.Y
Charter Realty 5-man apartments offer more
room per person than most of Ann Arbor's
4-man apartments ...° for less money.
Typically a $5 to $10 saving per person each
month, plus additional savings with shared

The assessment also provided
for 30 cents on each dollar to go
to a legal a dvocate for SGC.
The Regents had objected to
the advocate proposal, saying it
could be using University money.
to fund suits against the Uni-
versity.
.Therefore, the proposal was
amended to prohibit use of the
funds to finance legal action
against the University.
Regent Paul Brown (D-
Petoskey) who proposed the
amendment explained that he
feared "we could only have got-
ten two votes for the motion
(to approve the assessment) if
we had not included the amend-
ment."
SGC President Bill Jacobs,
angry over the decision, told the

Regents they passed the amend-
ment because they "are afraid
we will sue them."
"There is some dirty laundry
or skeletons in the closet some-
where in the University," Jacobs
warned. "If it takes a lawyer
or even a private detective we'll
find that dirty laundry and
spread it across the front pages
of every newspaper."
"There is no dirty laundry
here," President Robben Flem-
ing responded. "I have not the
slightest fear of a lawsuit and
that is why I supported the mo-
tion without the amendment."
Jacobs agreed to another com-
promise on the proposed grocery
cooperative. Rather, than ap-
proving funding from the gen-
eral assessment, the Regents
established'a. voluntary payment
system for the project. Under its
terms, students not wishing to
support the 'grocery could indi-
cate their opposition to it during
registration.
"The students approved a $1
increase with the understanding
that 25 cents of that dollar would
go to forming a grocery co-op;"
said Jacobs.
"Our constitution forbids us
fro mspending that 25. cents on
anything else. But the Regents
say we can't spend it on the
grocery co-op so it will just
have to sit there until the next
election when we can get stu-
dent approval to spend it on
something else," he said.

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utility and food costs.
Compare these savings in
popular buildings:

three of our most

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5-man vs. 4-man F A cost comparison.
525 Walnut 909 Church 214 N.Thayer
4-man apartment $84 $83 - $89 $74
cost per person
5-manapartment $73-S8 $78-S8i S6-S7
cost per person $7-7 87-8186-87
*Average Ann Arbor 4-man apartment has a useable
living area of 650 - 900 sq. ft. Our 5-man apartments
are 1000 - 1075 sq. ft.
You get more privacy in a Charter 5-man
because they are huge ... each with a living
room the size of a ski lodge, and with 1 2 to
3 baths, depending on apartment.
The additional benefits of dishwashers, separate
dining rooms and fireplaces make Charter 5-man
apartments worth looking into.
Stop by and let us tell you more.
CHARTER
South University at Washtenaw
REALWY665-8825

FOLLETT'S
store hours for fall
orientation & registration
Sun.-Sept. 3rd.....12-5:30p.m.
Mon.-Sept. 4th .. 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Tues.-Sept. 5th.8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Wed.-Sept. 6th 8:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m.
Thur.-Sept.lth . 8:30 a.m.-8:00 p.m.
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Sat.-Sept. 9th . 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
MORE MICHIGAN STUDENTS
BUY MORE USED BOOKS
AT
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STATE ST. AT NORTH UNIVERSITY
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