Page 12-Friday, December 9, 1977-The Michigan Daily
Anglpnd Date Book
Antiques Magazine Engagement
Backroads of America
Bless the Beasts
Diane Dawson Cat
Don't Call Me Sweetheart
Eat and Run Engagement
Egon Schiele Folk Quilts
Eliot Porter Forest Friends
Eric Sloane Frank Frazetta
Frank Herbert's Dune
From Milady to Ms
Great Calendar of Art
Great Lakes Country
Gustav Klimist Hundertwasser
High West I Ching Diary
Hobbit Desk Impressionism
In the Company of Cats
In Praise of Women Artists
Jewish Folk Art
Kibi in China
Kids Say the Darndest Things
Little House on the Prairie
Mountains of the World
Mystery & Suspense
Native Voices Engagement
Nature 78 Power Boats
No Fault Tennis Pride of Cats
Norman Rockwell Pumping Iron
Oxford Almanacs Purple Thumb'
Photographers Quilt Engagement
Shalom Young People
Sierra Club Engagement
Sierra Club Little Creatures
Sierra Club Trail
Sierra Club Wilderness
Sierra Club Wildlife
Swiss Photo Album
Treasures of Islam
Tribute to Elvis
(Over 100 others)
NO RESERVATIONS NECESSARY
Group pushes 'truth in
renting' clause on ballot
(Continued from Page 1) their landlords."
"One of the big problems with the
booklet now is that it is a political foot-
ball-it changes every time the
majority of Council changes," CBH
leader Tim Kunin said at the press con-
KUINN SAID his group is proposing
the laws because most local tenants
know little about their rights.
"We want people to know the law," he
said. "When tenants become familiar
with the basics of landlord-tenant law,
they can have fairer relationships with
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Kuinn pointed to a survey recently
conducted by the University's Institute
for Social Research which revealed
that more than 60 per cent of the city's
tenants were incapable of correctly an-
swering five basic questions on lan-
THE PROPOSALS, which are sup-
ported by virtually every tenant ad-
vocacy group in the city, face probable
opposition from landlords.
Gloria Fleming, legislative assistant
at the Michigan Landlord Association
in Lansing, considers the proposals un-
"I hate to see the city get involved in
these types of proposals," she said.
"It's a student city and I would think
that before the city should react on in-
dividual items it should get opinions
from independent landlords to see if
they are having problems with this."
City Councilman Roger Bertoia (R-
Third Ward) called theproposals
overkill." He said "a very small per-
centage of landlords aren't doing what
they should and to put a whole industry
through this kind of thing is
. The "Truth in Renting Act" is similar
to a bill pending in the State Civil
Rights Committee which would forbid
leases containing illegal clauses.
from WED., DEC. 23rd thr TUES., JAN. 3rd
TIM KUNIN, leader of the Coalition for Better Housing (CBH), and Dave Cahill
of the Ann Arbor Tenants Union, break open a bottle of champagne to mark the
beginning of a petition drive to have two pro-tenant referendums placed on the
ballot in April's city election. At a press conference last night, supporters said
the proposals are designed to keep tenants better informed of their rights.
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(Or, was yeast really responsible for the fall of the Roman Empire?)
As your Dean of Beer, it is my scholarly
opinion that just knowing the one word for
beer is not enough. You must also know the
reasons why. Because only then will I,
Siglinda Steinfiiller, be satisfied that you have
graduated from Remedial Beer Drinking.
Q: 1. The best water for beer comes from:
a) Big Duck Mountain.
b) Underground from Tijuana.
c) A small store in Macon, Ga.
d) None of the above
A: (d) No matter what you hear about
"naturally pure" waters, virtually all
brewers filter and further purify their
water. But Schlitz doesn't stop there. They
filter their water and then filter it again.
So when they're through, it's purer than
the purest springwater.
Q: 2. Klages and Firlbeck III are:
a) Composers of famous beer drinking
songs like "I Left My Shoes in Heidelberg.'
b) Owners of the world's largest unknown
c) Serving time in Sonoma, Calif., for
impersonating Arnold the Wonder Seal.
d) More expensive barleys.
A: (d) Schlitz blends Klages and Firlbeck III
barleys with the standard variety most
brewers use because they believe it gives
their beer superior flavor.
Q: 3. Hops are notorious for:
a) Their lack of intelligence.
b) Always getting to work late.
c) Losing their keys.
d) Being difficult to keep fresh.
A: (d) The freshest hops make the best beer.
That's why Schlitz vacuum-packs and
refrigerates their hops. So they're as fresh
at brewing time as they are at harvest time.
Q: 4:. The best adjunct to beer is:
c) Either rice or corn.
d) What's an adjunct?
A: (c) Every American brewer uses rice or
corn to lighten the flavor of their beer.
This is called an adjunct. But Schlitz
knows how to use either grain inter-
changeably. So they're never at the mercy
of an unfavorable crop. And neither is the
taste of their beer.
Q: 5. The biggest misconception about yeast
a) Carrying some in your pocket is good
b) It is good for hernias.
c) It was responsible for the fall of the
d) To ferment beer, all you have to do is
drop it in the vat.
A: (d) To make beer taste right consistently,
Schlitz believes the yeast has to be evenly
distributed during fermentation. That's
why Schlitz gently stirs in their yeast. It's
part of their Balanced Fermentation
process. And they're the only American
brewer who does it.
Q: 6. Chill-Lagering is:
a) A popular German country and western
b) A Scandinavian winter sport played
c) A new ethnic TV comedy about the
owner of an ice cube factory.
d) The right way to age beer.
A: (d) When Schlitz ages beer, they age it
cold - very cold- down to 29.5 degrees.
It's called Chill-Lagering. And it's what
makes Schlitz crisp, clean and bright.