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The Michigan Daily-Thursday, March 16, 1978-Page 3

G h
tJY O EE NEW f APPE1( CALL rDA Y
CBH Tag Days
Tag Days have begun to catdh on as a new rage on campus these
days and today's activities are certainly no exception.
The Coalition for Better Housing (CBH) is sponsoring three Tenants'
Tag Days in an effort to gain contributions to bolster the campaign for
the two tenants' rights referendums which will appear on the SApril 3
city election ballot. CBH spokesperson Tim Kunin said his group is
aiming to raise $2,000 during the Tenants' Tag Days, which will run
today through Saturday. CBH members will be stationed throughout
campus with buckets ready for contributions on behalf of the ballot.
issues.
:.ops!
Yesterday's story on mandatory student funding for Campus Legal
Aid stated that Vice President for Student Services Henry Johnson had
promised University funding for Legal Aid. Actually, Johnson said
Legal Aid will receive either reduced University funding or no Univer-
sity funding at all. We regret the error.
Happenings...
... set a Special Olympics Regional Basketball Tournament will be
held at Chelsea High School today from 9:30 until 2 ... at noon in the
Center for Afro-American Studies Conference Room, 1100 S. Univer-
sity, Dr. Harold Cruse will speak on "Black Politics: Reassessment of
the Sixties". . . the film "Ultimate Mystery Buddism: Man and
Nature" will be shown at noon in the third floor of Medical Sciences
II.. . the Washtenaw County Coalition Against Apartheid will sponsor
a rally in the Diag. from noon until 1:30 ... a Film/Video concentr-
tation program meeting for students interested in Film/Video Studies
and current Film/Video majors will be held in room 115 of the Old Ar-
chitecture and Design Building at 1:30 . .. at 3 in the International
Center Recreation Room, travel information will be provided on Asia,
Africa, and Latin America ... Prof. William Fyfe of the University of
Western Ontario will present a lecture on "The Evolution of the Con;
tinental Crust" at 4 in room 4001 of the C.C. Little Building ... a mass
meeting of the Student Health Organization will be held at 4 in the
Union Conference Room. .. Constance Ennis, Jane Siegel, and
Eugene Haun will present poetry readings at 7:30 at Guild House, 802
Monroe.. . the Spartacus Youth League series on "Revolutionary
Marxism Today" will hold a class on "Vietnam, Cambodia and the
Permanent Revolution" in Room 220 Tyler House, East Quad at
7:30. . . State Representative Jeffrey Padden will speak on "Utility
Rates, the Consumer and the Public Service Commission" at 7:30 in
the Law Club Lounge. . . "Tall Tales, Tall Songs", an evening of
American folklore and tall tales created by Roma Windsong, will be
presented at 8 at Charing Cross Upstairs, 316 S. State.
On the outside...
Old man winter is a stubborn son-of-a-gun. Our forecast calls for
mostly cloudy skies tonight and tomorrow. Tonight's low will be 29 and
there is a chance of snow flurries which may continue throughout the
morning, turning into light rain in the afternoon. The high tomorrow
will be 38.

Regents decide today on
S. African investments

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By BRIAN BLANCHARD
The Regents plan to decide this after-
noon whether the University should sell
any or all of its $80.5 million worth of
stocks and bonds currently invested in
corporations doing business in South
Africa.
University President Robben
Fleming yesterday said the Regents
would try to get to a vote during the fir-
st session of this month's public
meeting which begins at 1:30 in the
Administration Building.
FINANCIAL Vice-President James
Brinkerhoff will present a report from
the Senate Assembly Advisory Com-
mittee on Financial Affairs which
discounts complete divestiture as an
option and urges the University to take
a more active anti-apartheid stand as a
stockholder.
If the Regents approve the Advisory
Committee's report, the Univerity's in-
vestment policies would be restruc-
tured.
in the report the Advisory Commit-
tee, an eight-member faculty group,
has asked the University to stop buying
certificates of deposit (CDs) from
banks which make or renew loans to the
South African government.
THE REPORT also recommends that
the University reverse a 1971 decision
to vote with management at all
stockholders' meetings.
Eighteen members of the University
community, most of them outspoken
advocates of divestiture by the Univer-
sity will each be allowed 10 minutes to
address the eight Regents. The faculty
members scheduled to speak during the
three-hour public discussion are:
Professors Joel Samoff, Political
Science; Thomas Weisskopf,
Economics; Thomas Detwyler,
Geography; Bryant Bunyan, Natural
Resources; and Lecturers David Gor-
don, Political Science; and Valerie
Suransky, Education.
Among the organizations that will be
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXVIII, No. 130
Thursday, March 16, 1978
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represented are: LSA Student Gover-
nment; African Student Association;
Ann Arbor Political Union; and the
Washtenaw County Coalition Against
Apartheid.
THE ADVISORY Committee report
supports adoption of the Sullivan
Statement, an anti-discriminatory
policy statement drawn up by a mem-
ber of the Board of Directors of General
Motors. The report also urges that the
University define more clearly its
general investment policies with
regard to South Africa.
Also during the meeting held today
and tomorrow, the Regents will decide
whether land should be given to the
Alumni Association for the purpose of
building a new center. If the Regents
agree to the proposal, the Alumni
Association will put up the money to
build a two-story, 15,000 square foot
structure behind the Michigan League,
across the street from the Modern
Languages Building.
A campus radio station, WUOM, will
A campus radio station, WUOM, will
not broadcast the meeting as
previously announced. The meeting

concludes with a morning gathering
tomorrow beginning at 9 a.m.

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