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Sublet/Fall option. One bedroom furnished apar-
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Near E. University and Hill. May through August.
Price negotiable. 665-2126. 28U319
OWN ROOM in modern 2 bdr. apt. A/C, laundry,
parking. Ann St. near Glenn-5 min. walk from
hospital. Male $130/mo. 665-2201. 79U317
Spring/summer sublet efficiency 1 block from cam-
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HUGE FOUR-BEDROOM apartment in house.
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porch. 3 blocks tocampus, 2 to Dooley's and
downtown Ann Arbor. May-August. Call 662-6197
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET-3 bedroom apt. in
house, garage space included, ten minutes to Diag.
Call 663-1037. . 92U319
SPRING/SUMMER-4 completely furnished, large
size bedrooms. Near campus. Rent negotiable. 995-
3941 persistently. 93U324
. Beautiful Furnished
Bilevel apt. 1 block from campus. 1-2 females.
662-9426. May-Aug. 94U318
MAY-AUGUST-1 bedroom furnished, 2 minutes
to campus. Next to CCRB. 994-5044. 86U322
FURNISHED TWO bedroom modern, parking,
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Now tbroug August.o $180/nth. Call 4551P487.
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apartment. Close to campus. Call 663-8104. 80U32
SPRING-SUMMER SUBLET,May-August. Spa-
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VEGETARIAN or Kosher roommate needed to
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SUNNY BEDROOM in 3 bedroom apartment. Im-
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utilitiesinc. Kalindi, 995-0991. 89U321
SHARE BEDROOM In a 4 man apartment. Only 5
minutes to the CCRB, Arb, and the South U. shopping
area. It has free parking, AC, wall-to-wall carpet,
and double security. I am very willing to give you
a good deal. Available about April 28-August. Call
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APT. SUBLET-Spring/Summer, inc.: spacious
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furnished. Location: 1016 Church. Rent:. $142.50
(perperson). Interested: Call Lewis, 665-6638.
FANTASTIC SUBLET!!! 2 large bedrooms, 1
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min. from campus. Rent negoitable. Call: 995-
MAY-AUG. SUBLET. Two-bedroom modern apart-
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(corner of Church and Oakland). Rent negotiable.
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By RENE BECKER
Heidi Gottfried has tendered her
resignation from the University's
Committee on Communications as a
result of the Regents' decision not to
divest from all corporations doing
business in South Africa.
In her letter of resignation to Univer-
sity President Robben Fleming, Got-
tfried charged the results of the Regen-
ts' Thursday meeting, "showed a com-
plete disregard, by you (Fleming) and
the Regents, for the Committee on
Communications and for the views of
the University community;"
The Committee, consisting of two
students, two faculty members and two
administrators, was activated by
Fleming last summer specifically to
collect data from various sources on the
issue of ties between the University and
Although the Regents' bylaws do not
allow the Committee to submit a report
or recommendations, all committee
members said they felt a responsibility
to report on a campus-wide forum and
the conclusion it said was drawn by the
In a report to Fleming, the committee
said the majority of the University
community favored divestiture of
University securities in corporations
which have south African operations.
The Committee concluded: "The im-
plication of this would be a decision to
liquidate University investments in
businesses dealing with south Africa as
soon as possible."
Fleming told the Daily, however, that
theRegents' bylaws do not allow the
Committee to make recommendations,
"So it (the Committee) is not one that
has any status other than a group of
thoughtful people that said what they'
In a March 14 meeting with Fleming,
the Committee took exception to
Fleming's remark, saying, "there must
be something different" about the
Committee. They said that a "travel
agent" could be used to organize for-
The purpose of the Committee is to
make sure all sides of the argument are
presented fairly, said Fleming. "That
is the difference if there is one."
All information collected by the
Committee was given to the Senate
Assembly 'Advisory Committee on
Financial Affairs, an eight-member
faculty group, which was charged by
the administration with making the of-
ficial recommendation to the Regents.
At the March 14 meeting the Commit-
tee expressed an interest in presenting
their conclusion of the forum at the
Regents' forthcoming. meeting.
Fleming said they could make a
presentation by signing up for the,
public discussion section.
But some Committee members said
that because they were a "Presidential
Committee" their report should not be
included with recommendations from
the general public. Rather, they said,
their report should be read along with
the Financial Advisory Committee's
report to the Regents.,
Fleming told the Committee that the
Financial Advisory Committee's report
would not be given special time at the
March Regents' meeting and therefore
neither would theirs.
But at the Regents' Thursday
meeting, James Brinkerhoff, Univer-
sity Vice-president, read the Financial
Advisory Committee's report to the
Regents after the seventeen people who
had signed up. ahead of time had
When Brinkerhoff finished his
presentation, Gottfried interrupted the
proceedings by demanding to read the
Committee's report to the Regents. Af-
ter arguing with Gottfried for a few
moments, Fleming allowed Gottfied
five minutes to make a statement:
In her resignation yesterday- Got-
tfried told Fleming, "your actions and
statements at yesterday's (Thur-
sday) Regents' meeting were insulting
to me, to the committee on , Com-
munications, and the University com-
"The decision made by the Regents
on the South African investment issue
completely ignored the committee's
report, which was an honest reflection
of the feelings of the University com-
munity," stated Gottfried.
In an interview yesterday, Gottfried
said: "There's a good possibility of
other (Committee members)
resigning-possibly the whole Commit-
The number of television statons
reporting to the Federal Commundfa-
tions Commission went-from six"in
1945 to 686 in 1970, according to the
Board tells Daily no
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UNDER THE University's bylaws,
the Regents have the authority to
fuse the board's request to give back
the funds. Many board members voiced
objections saying it was not because
they support apartheid, but because
they fear that if the Regents return the
funds it would leave the Board to ad-
minister some $300,000 on their own.
. "It's terribly naive to think that this
board could operate independently of
the University," said Peter Ferren, an
English professor and one of the faculty
members on the board. "The first move
I would make would be to resign," he
"If I were sitting where you were, I
would probably be doing the same
thing," Gratton Gray of the Monroe
Evening News told the editors. "But
since I'm sitting on this side of the
table, I'm going to have to go against
The motion was defeated 7-1.
Another motion by Freeman to
authorize an investigation to see what
could be done with the board's money
should the Regents turn it over to the
Board died for lack of a second.
"WHY DO THE HEATHEN RAGE?"
Psalms 2:1 and Acts 4:25
VIRTUE ALONE COULD PROCURE TRUE HAPPINESS
"CHASTITY IS DRIVEN AWAY BY ALL MEN, LIKE A
SNAKE!" Think this quote was spoken of the generation of
Dante's times. There is cause to fear that it is fearfully true
and applicable to our day and generation. Sitting on the
"high seat" and "handling the reins" in this "drive" it appears
there are some highly esteemed Clergymen and Educators!
According to the statement of The Lord Jesus Christ, such
should have "a millstone tied about their neck and drowned
in the depth of the sea!" -And I would comment there ought
to be apologies made to all maritime life in the sea for so
Polluting Their Water! The following appeared in this
column Feb. 19, 1966.
Past articles in this column have dealt with how Abraham,
Friend of God, was the means of delivering some of his kin-
folk out of Sodom just before the judgement of God fell, fire
and brimstone falling from heaven consuming the city and
the inhabitants! Sins of sex obsession was one of the causes
of the terrible judgment. The account of these things are
written for our admonition and warning! And how we need to
take heed to this warning! Being plagued with sex obsession
sins and in danger of the curse of God falling upon our
"Chastity is driven away by all men, like a snake!" The
following is the historical testimony of a beautiful Christian
young woman whose "chasity" all men failed to drive away:
"HER CHASTITY WAS IMPREGNABLE" and she testified by
life, suffering, and death "VIRTUE ALONE COULD
PROCURE TRUE HAPPINESS!"
In the year 249 A.D. Decius was the Roman Emperor. He
became angered and enraged because of the amazing in-
crease of Christianity which caused the heathen temples to
be forsaken and the Christian Churches thronged. For these
reasons he attempted the very exterpitation of the name
Christian. In general his subjects, raging heathen, were am-
bitious to enforce the imperial decrees, and looked upon the
murder of Christians as a merit to themselves. At that time
under such conditions, there lived in Sicily a lady by the
name of Agatha. She was remarkable for personal acquired
endowments, but most of all for Christian consecration and
piety. On account of her great beauty the governor of Sicly,
Quntian, fell in love with her, and made many attempts upon
chastity without success. In order to gratify his passion with
greater convenience he put the virtuous lady in the hands of
Aphrodica, a very infamous and licentious woman. This,.
wretch tried every artifice she could to win -her to the desired
prostitution; but found there was "nothing doing," for her'
chastity was impregnable, and she well knew that virtue.
alone could procure true happiness. Aphrodica reported to'-'
the Governor the failure of all her efforts, who, enraged at be-
ing foiled in his design changed his lust into resentment.
When Agatha confessed she was a Christian, the governor,," ;
being encouraged and supported by the emperor's effort to
wipe Christianity, determined to gratify his revenge as he,
could not his passion. Agatha was scourged, burnt with red
hot irons, and torn with sharp hooks. She bore these.
torments with admirable fortitude. Next she was laid naked
upon live coals, intermingled with glass, and then being
carried back to her prison, she there died on Feb. 5th, 254
A.D. She lost her life, but not her virtue: "HER CHASTITY
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