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9, 1977-The Michigan Daily

"It's easier to eat than
not to eat."
-Councilman Kenworthy

Seeing 1a Above All Self
and God Realization
through
Meditation on Inner Light and Celestial Sound
The teachings of the living master
SANT DARSHAN SING JI
All are invited to free meetings conducted by
local group leaders of SAWAN KIRPAL RUHANI
MISSION Each Tuesday-Friends Meetinghouse, 1420
Hill, 8 p.m. Also Sunday, Sept. 18, Michigan Union,
Room 4304, 10 a.m. For more info, call 971-7356
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Council
cheeks
ept
in chek'
(coninued from Pagei)
which states that compensation com-
missions may recommend salary
increases, even if they are increases
from zero - which the council
increases were - "not withstanding
any charter provision."
Laird, who said he was acting out
of a personal conviction, explained,
"In Ann Arbor a lot of people with a
lot of talent like to get involved in
community affairs 'without gleaning.
financial reward.
"People like to farticipate because
they believe the cause is worth-
while," he said.'
Councilman Jaime Kenworthy (D-
Fourth Ward), who said he would
personally have to live on his Council
paycheck this year, said, "It's easier
to eat than not to eat."
Kenworthy said members should
not "be put to the wall financially for
being on City Council."
COUNCILMAN Louis Belcher (R-
Fifth Ward) has objected to compen-
sation for council members in the
past. He said , Thursday paying
council members was not inequitable
because of the large amount of time
members spend on city affiars, but
added that the opinion of city voters
was being ignored.
"The voters have already rejected
two referendums on the subject," he'
said. "I don't like the idea of getting
paid because I think we should have
gone to the voters."~
Belcher added that the city charter
should not have been circumvented
"no matter what state law says."

By BRIAN BLANCHARD
If they aren't scared, they aren't
awake.,
As they unloaded the family station-
wagon and climbed the stairs to an
empty room and a strange roommate,
they left home, really left, for the first
time - cutting the umbilical cord in
front of South Quad. Their neighbors on
the floor might be unfriendly, and who
knew what the professors in Angell Hall
might have up their sleeves?
BUT SINCE the goal of every
newcomer is to be taken for a veteran,
most of the first year students are care-
ful to hide the nervousness with a cook,
ful to hide the nervousness with a
cocky, what-the-hell, attitude.
get you," allowed Alice Lloyd resident
Mike Cline.'"People are pretty friendly
- people will say hello."
Another freshperson, Vicky Perpich,
used a practical approach: "It's friend-
ly, but of course I say 'hi' first."
IN FACT, said neophyte Ned Richar-
dson, people are so familiar over at
East Quad that, "It's hard to get people
out of the room at night when I want-to
go to sleep." Ned has been "wandering
around a lot."
Perhaps he has run into Jay Fiar-
man, an Oak Parker who admits to be-
ing nervous at first, but "now things are
starting to fall into place as I start to
walk around." Jay gets along with most
of the people he's met, but "some
people are burn-outs - like I have a lot
of sophomores on my floor."
Tom Stevens, quietly enjoying his
roommate's stereo in his East Quad
room, reported that the University has
been "just as I expected; everybody is
friendly because we're all in the same
spot."
ONE OF STEVENS' peers at Bur-
sley, Terry Rosen, explained that
"Physics scares me a bit." Aside from
that, he has slipped easily into the rou-
tine. "I met this girl on the bus. . .," he
grinned, without elaboration.
* For John Harder, the move into
Markley was "no big deal."
* East Quadnik Vanessa Michaels
"was nervous about my roommate."

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Freshwoman Vicky Perpich lounges in her brand new South Quad abode. She
likes it. (Just wait until finals, Vicky)

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" Jim Waurzyniak, surveying his,
Bursley abode, said he liken chemistry,
and "from what I hear from seniors and
juniors, I'll have plenty of work to do."
9 For Gordon Bruch, the University is
"nicer than I thought it would be ...
Things are pretty well organized."
* John Oliver, a hockey player from
Vancouver, has a West Quad room that
"does the job"and neighbors who "go
out of tbeir way to be friendly."

* The 'food at ;Mosher-Jordan? "I
hope it gets better," was Detroiter
Brian McClian's humble prayer.
" Lori Gold, newly established at
East Quad, "came to a big school to
meet people, soI plan to."
" Gordon Bruch may have spoken for
most of his new classmates when he
said, "I'm pretty satisfied so far, which
might change when I get my first
grades."

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