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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, December 6, 1977-Page 3

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Benefit restrictions
for jobless students
approved by court

STEVE'S LUNCH
1313 SO. UNIVERSITY
HOME COOKING IS OUR SPECIALTY

Carlin in the classroom
Sociolinguistics is, like, what ya say 'cause a where ya from and
where ya are on da social ladda. Linguistics 411 students had the good for-
tune yesterday to learn a little Sociolinguistics from one of the wittiest
word wizards around: George Carlin. After a brief recap of the come-
dian's famous "tits" bit ("seven words you can't say on TV") the
professor rolled a video-tape of another Carlin routine. The lesson? White
Irish kids-try for the cool of New York blacks by miming their speech, but
you'll never hear a black talking like his Irish neighbors. Dig?
Sign of the times
From the forgive and forget (sometimes) department comes
this sacred message from the parking lot of the First Baptist Church
on Washington: "We forgive those who trespass against us but we
also tow them. "' We guess even God needs spaces for his staff.
Assault
A 22-year-old Ann Arbor woman was accosted Sunday by a man in an
automobile and forced to perform a sexual act, police said yesterday. Ac-
cording to police the woman was on N. Main St. at 7:30 p.m. returning
home from a local tavern when a car drove up beside her. She recognized
the driver as someone she had seen in the bar earlier in the evening. The
woman told police that the driver forced her into the vehicle, then drove
to Fourth Avenue and Ann Street where he demanded she perform a sex
act upon him. The man then released the woman unharmed.
Happenings-...
.begin at noon with a swing trio performance in the Michigan Union
Lobby ... the Center for W. European Studies sponsors a Scandanavian
Colloquium at noon in Room 5208 Angell Hall. Prof. Thomas Anton will
discuss "National Assistance to Urban Governments: A Swedish-Ameri-
can Companison" ... also at noon will be a discussion in the International
Center on "The Current Situation in Chica" by Prof. Norma Diamond ...
at 4:30 the Chabad House will conduct the lighting of a 15-foot Hanukah
candle in front of the Union ... and at 7:30 the adoption group of Amnesty
International will meet at the Wesley Center, corner of Huron and State.
Card-er -
With a mailing list of 60,000,
President Carter is probably sor-
ry he didn't lower the postal rates
in time for the holidays. Accord-
ing to the Hallmark Company of
Kansas City, which has been
making Christmas cards for pres-
idents since 1956; 'the Carter fain-
'y Strer for reetid s surpasses}
that alofal presidential families
except for Nixon's. The 60,000
cards feature a detailed pen-and-
ink drawing of the south portico
of the White House and the
message and signature, engraved Johnson 30,000
in formal script under an em-
bossed presidential seal inside,
reads: "With best wishes from "'*3G w.
our family for a Merry Christmas
and a Happy New Year. The
President and Mrs. Carter." The _
Kennedys mailed out the least
amount of Christmas greetings
from the White House, 2,300,
followed by the Johnsons at
30,000, the Fords at 45,000 and
the Nixons at 60,000. Guess you
just had more friends than the
rest, huh Dick?

WASHINGTON (AP) - States may
distinguish between day and night stu-
dents in determining who is eligible for
unemployment compensation,. the Su-
preme Court ruled yesterday.
The justices, acting without hearing
arguments, reversed a decision by the
Idaho Supreme Court that such distinc-
tions are unconstitutional.
THE IDAHO Department of Employ-
ment had appealed, contending that the
state court was wrong when it ruled
that such distinguishing violated consti-
tutional rights of equal protection.
"In a world of limited resources, a
state may legitimately extend unem-
ployment potential by not restricting
their availability during the day by at-
tending school," the court said in an un-
signed opinion.
Justices John Paul Stevens, William
Brennan Jr. and Thurgood Marshall
dissented on certain procedural groun-
ds but did not voice disagreement with
the decision's main trust.
THE DECISION is a setback 'for
Marlene Smith, a part;time college
student whose weekly unemployment
benefit checks were cut off in 1975 when
she enrolled for morning classes at
Boise State University.
Idaho law states that no person can
be ruled unemployed while attending a
regular school; "excluding night
school." Smith successfully argued
before the state's Industrial Commis-
sion and the Iadho Supreme Court that
day students should not be treated dif-
ferently from night students.
Smith said her 7 to 9 a.m. daily
classes would not interfere with her
eligibility for a job, such as department
store clerk, which would begin after 9
a.m. each day.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
volume LXXXvIII, No. 73
Tuesday. November 6,1977
is edited and managed by students at the University
of Michigan. News phone 764-0562. Second class
postage is paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109.
Published daily Tuesday through Sunday morning
during the University year at 420 Maynard Street.
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109. Subscription rates:
$12 September through April 12 semesters); $13 by
mail outside Ann Arbor.
Summer session published Tuesday through Satur-
day morning.Subscription rates: $6.50 in AnnArbor;
$7.50 by mail outside Ann Arbor.

She had worked as a retail clerk in
Boise and held a clerical job in Garden
City, Idaho, before losing her employ-
ment.
In appealing to the Supreme Court,
Idaho Attorney General Wayne Kidwell
argued that the state legislature had
the right to determine free from
judicial interference that night students
carry closer ties to the labor force than
do day students.
FIGHTER'S FIGHTER
NEW YORK (AP) - Julio Valdez,
a battling lightweight from' Santo
Domingo, has a battling co-manager.
He is Billy Martin, manager of the Ne
York Yankees, renowned for his
baseball fistic exploits.
Martin's co-manager is Luis Mor-
ales of the Yankee ticket office, who
had to talk Billy out of serving as a
sparring partner for Valdez.

Breakfast All Day'
3 Eggs, Hash-Browns,
Toast & Jelly-$1.55
Ham or Bacon or Sausage
with 3 Eggs, Hash Browns,
Toast & Jelly-S2.15
3 Eggs, Rib Eye Steak,
Hash Browns, Toast &
Jelly--2.45
Egg Rolls

EVERYDAY SPECIALS
Home-made Soups, Beef.
Barley, Clam, Chowder, etc.
Home-made Chili
Vegetable Tempuro
(served after 2 pm)
Hamburger Steak Dinner
Fresh Sauteed Vegetables
with Brown Rice
Baked Flounder Dinner
Delicious Korean Bar-b-q Beef
(Bul-ko-gee) on Kaiser Roll
Fried Fresh Bean Sprouts
Kim)Chee
TUESDAY-FRIDAY 8-7
SATURDAY 9-7
SUNDAY 10-7
MONDAY 8-3
769-2288
1313 So. University

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Nixon: 60,000

On the outside .. .
There's no doubt about it. It's winter. But you knew that. What you
don't know, and what we're almost afraid to tell you, is that we'll have a
chilly high of 230 today and an even chillier low of 80. As of press time,
accumulation of that messy white stuff was up to 8 inches and building
fast. There will be lots more today, with a chance that the fall will let up
by tonight. Tomorrow won't bring much sunshine either - just a high
near 200. Button up.
Brandeis University
JACOB HIATT
INSTITUTE IN ISRAEL
What does it offer you?
" a semester of study in Israel in the Fall term
" coursework in English on the political, economic and
social development of Israel and in its language,
history and archaeology
e a strong program of Hebrew language study
* important internship opportunities in social service
agencies in Jerusalem
* field trips, study trips, interviews with prominent
Israelis, a kibbutz visit

STUDENT $369.00
BASED ON 3 OR 4 PERSONS TO A ROOM
DECEMBER 27-JANUARY 2
DECEMBER 29-JANUARY 4
INCLUDED TOUR FEATURES
" Charter air transportation from Detroit to Los Angeles and return,
including complimentary meals and soft drinks.
" Accommodations for six nights at the HYATT HOUSE HOTEL located at
Los Angeles International Airport. Superior first class hotel with color
TV, AM/FM radio, direct-dial phone in every room, complete dining and
recreational facilities featuring a swimming pool and shopping arcade.
" Roundtrip transfers from the airport to the hotel, including luggage,
directly to your hotel room.
" New Year's Eve Party,,cash bar.
" The game day package provides motorcoach transportation from hotel
to the Tournament of Roses Parade, a grandstand seat at, the parade,
transportation to the Game, box lunch, Game Ticket, and transporta-
tion back to hotel.
OPTIONAL ACCOMMODATIONS
AS FOLLOWS:
" Double accommodations (2)............... $22 PP addl.
" Single accommodations (1)................ $83 PP addl.
LAND ONLY PACKAGE..............$159.00
(includes all tour features except air transportation)
AIR ONLY PACKAGE..................$210.00
(If available includes roundtrip air transportation Detroit/Los Angeles and
transfer to the hotel. NO GAME TICKET.)

FACULTY/STAFF

$436.00

BASED ON
DOUBLE OCCUPANCY

DECEMBER 29-JANUARY 4
INCLUDED TOUR FEATURES
" Charter air transportation from Detroit to Los Angeles and return,
including complimentary meals and soft drinks.
" Accommodations for six nights at the SHERATON WEST HOTEL,
located in the heart of Wilshire Center. Traditional moderate deluxe
hotel recently refurbished, color TV, radio and phone in every room, a
variety of restaurants and lounges, swimming pool and lighted tennis
courts.
" Roundtrip transfers from the airport to the hotel, including luggage,
directly to your hotel room.
. New Year's Eve Party, cash bar.
" The game day package provides motorcoach transportation from hotel
to the Tournament of Roses Parade, a grandstand seat at the parade,
transportation to the Game, box lunch, Game Ticket, and transpor-
tation back to the hotel.
OPTIONAL ACCOMMODATIONS
AS FOLLOWS:
"Single accommodations (1) ............................. $83.00
" 3rd person in room, deduct.............................. $51 .00
for 3rd person only
LAND ONLY PACKAGE...............$226.00
(includes all tour features except'air transportation)
AIR ONLY PACKAGE................$210.00
(if availabale, includes roundtrip air transportation from Detroit to Los
Angeles and transfer to the hotel. NO GAME TICKET.)

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