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Tuesday, March 1, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Tuesday, March 1, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ISR LOOKS AT DIAL-A-RIDE:

CityS I
Continued from Page I
find both the strong points and
weaknesses of the transit sys-
N tem.
"Wt e're looking at the people
who use the bus andtthe Dial-
A-Ride systems," she said,
"Reasons why they use it, whenf
and where they use it."
THE STUDY WILL examine
people's perceptions of the tran-
sit system, as well as the ef-
fect of housing locations on tran-'
sit use.
More than 40 people are work-
ing on the study, which began
last week.
.. According to Newman, the
AP Photo study should be completed by
the end of the year.
h is, he's FUNDING FOR THE program
ept work- has been provided by the Fed-
eral Urban Mass Transporta-
tion Authority, which has ex-
pressed interest in' Ann Arbor's
if Dial-A-Ride system.
City Council member Jamie
Kenworthy (D-Fourth Ward)
said he felt the study was worth
its price to find out what "peo-'
Ze Ci have been complaining
about."
"It's very important that the
i't hear ar-

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City of Ann Arbor and the coun-
try find out if (public transpor-
tation systems) are working,"
he stated.
"IF THE study finds out the
true attitudes of the people,"
Kenworthy added, "then the
money is well spent."
According to Kenworthy, the
Dial-A-Ride system was origin-
ally designed for the poor and
handicapped, but has increasing-.
ly been used by the community
as a whole.
Kenworthy stated that too
many people look at transit sys-
tems with "expectations of a
taxi service. You can't run a
transit system that way," he
said.
MAYOR Albert Wheeler (D)
found the cost of the study sur-
prising
"The figure startles me,"
Wheeler said. "It seems like a
pretty good chunk of dough."
The consensus among several
Council members is that as long

as the study's money comes
from federal funding and not
state or city, the cost of the pro-
gram doesn't really matter.
WHAT CAN be expected from
the study's results?
"Possibly, it is too soon to
tell," said AATA Planner Thom-
as Ilackley. "I would expect
that we may make adjustments
towhat we find out."
Hackley said if the study de-
termines a problem with the
Dial-A-Ride system, there would
be an attempt to correct it. But
he added, "It may be something
that cannot be corrected."
HAIRSTYLING FOR
MEN & WOMEN
TRY A NEW LONG
OR SHORT STYLE
DASCOLA-
BARBERS
Arborlond .'971-9975
Maple Village. 766-2733
Liberty off State 668-9329
IEast U at So. U. 662-0354

-TONIGHT-,,'
National Lawyeres Guild and
Native American Solidarity Committee
presents:
Forum on
Native American Sovereignty
7:00 p.m.-2nd International Indian
Treaty Council Videotape
8:00 p.m.-John Trudell,
'National Chairman of the
American Indian Movement
Selo Black Crow,
Lokota Spiritual Leader
Pendleton Room-Michigan Union

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

Cop out
This New Orleans policeman may look as if he's not doing his job, but the truth
just finished it. While the Mardi Gras was on last week, the boys in blue were k
ing 12 hours a day.
Supreme Court to decide
states can limit tanker sip

Breakfast All Day
3 Eqqs, Hash Browns,
Toast & Jelly-$1.45-
Home or Bacon or Sausage
with 3 Eqqs, Hash Browns,
Toast & Jelly-$2.05
3 Eqqs, Ribe Eye Steak,
Hash Browns, Toast &
Jety-$2.45
We make Three Eqq Omlets
-Western Omlet
-BEan Sprout Omlet

EVERYDAY SPECIALS
Beef Stroganloff
Chinese Pepper Steak
Eaq Rolls
Home-made Soups. Beef,
Barlev Clam Chowder, etc.
Home-made Chili
Vegetable Tempuro
(served after 2 D.m.)
Hamburoer Steak Dinner-
Sahetti in Wine Sauce
Beef Currv Rice
Baked Flounder Dinner
Delicious Korean Bar-b-q Beef
t Bul-ko-gee) on Kaiser Roll
Fried Fresh Bean Sprouts
Kim-Chee

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WASHINGTON W) - The Su-.
preme Court said yesterday it
will decide whether states have!
the power to limit the size of
oil tankers using their ports.
A large oil company and a
shipping firm - backed up by
a federal court in Seattle - say!
such laws encroach on federal
statutes and are undue burdens
on interstate commerce.

a ruling by a three-judge panel
that the Washingtdn law must'
yield to a less restrictive federal
law.
Atlantic Richfield Co., which
owns and operates an oil refin-'
ery at Cherry Point, Wash., on
Puget Sound, and Seatrain
Lines, a ship-building and ship-
operating firm, successfully
challenged a state law passed in

sign. Thep court worn'

THE STATE of Washington, 1975.
joined by 10 other states, argues The lower court's ruling
that it has a right to protect its struck down the law last Novem-
natural resources against oil ber but state officials won per-
spills, mission to continue enforcing it
The justices agreed to review pending a Supreme Court deci-
Love says we must
choose a new future

guments in the case until next
fall at the earliest, giving the
state a lengthy reprieve.
Joining Washington in urging
the court to allow states to regu-
late tanker traffic were Mary-
land, Delaware, Maine, Minne-'
sota, New York, California,
Alaska, Pennsylvania, Wiscon-
sin and Missouri.
INTER COOPERATIVE
COUNCIL
Affirmative Action
SHORT INFORMAL
TALKS with SLIDES
Refreshments will be served
MARKLEY:
Wed., Mar. 2
7:30 p.m. in the
Angela Davis Lounge
BURSLEY:
Thurs., Mar. 3
7:30 p.m. in the
Snack Bar
MICHIGAN UNION:
Mon., Mar. 21
7:30 p.m. in the
Assembly Hall
for information
Call Doug, 761-1058
or ICC office, 662-4414

BORDERS
BOOK SHOP
NEW HOURS
Effective March 3, 1977
Open
9:30 A.M.-8:30 P.M.
Monday thru Saturday
12-6 Sunday

GROU P T HE RAPY
Openings for persons to participate in federally
sponsored research groups at University's River-
view Clinic.
Young Adults; Interpersonal Problems
30 weekly sessions beginning in March
Contact: Dr. John Hartman, 763-0155

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Monday-Friday 8-7
Saturday 9-7
Sunday 10-7
769-2289
1313 So, University

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pected to take care of all that."
Love sees the failure of the
SST as a "turning point."
"It is a dream shot down; a
sweep towards the theme of
mobility breaking down."
The automobile is another of
the failures in dreams of the
future, according to Love. Show-
ing a slide of a man who had
built the front of a car into his
fireplace, he said, "We've in-
vested so much in them that we
really should conceptualize oth-
er uses for them."
ONE OF Love's ideas for the
fiture included making the
White House over into "a na-
tional symbol for sane living."
He would allow cattle and sheep
to graze on the lawns, use some
of the grounds for vegetable
gardens and install solar heat
collectors to lessen conventional
energy demands. "Just think
how good it would be to have
some of the cabinet members
work out their frustrations by
hoeing a garden," he said.
"Irrationality is increasing in
our society," Love said. "The
tragedy of it is that we're los-
ing our ability to tell what's ra-

tional from what's irrational,
and we're learning to accept the
conidi ion of the air, the infla-
tion, insanity in the cities .
So what we really need is to
re-define rationality, and to re-
imagine our future."

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ATTENTION: MINORITY STUDENTS
INTERESTED IN LAW SCHOOL
The ITT'Chicago-Kent College of Law is located in the
heart of one of the major legal centers in the United States.
Along with a full time day division, the College offers classes
in the evenings to students who must work during the day.
Freshmen may apply for either the fali or spring semesters.
The Bulletin for prospective students states the following with
regard to admissions. "Students from racial, ethnic, and cul-
tural minorities are particularly encouraged to apply. It is
only through a substantial increase in the number of such
applications that the legal profession can change the imbalance
that currently exists between lawyers from racial, ethnic,, and
cultural minorities, and those from majority groups."
Any interested applicants are encouraged to contact the
Minority Recruitment Committee of the Student Bar Associa-
tion by phoning or writing to:
Jim Koch-Chairman of the Minority Recruitment
Committee
c a Student Bar Association
lIT/Chicago-Kent College of Low
77 South Wacker Dr.
Chicago, Ill. 60606
312-567-5017.

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Applications may also be obtained by writing to the Admissions
Office at the above address.

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HOUSING
APPLICATIONS
FOR UNIVERSITY OWNED AND OPERATED HOUSING
SPRING/SUMMER RESIDENCE HALLS
Applications will be available beginning April 4, 1977. Markley
Hall will be open for men and women of all class levels. The
lease provides for room only but a variety of meal plans are avail-
able on an optional basis. Singles and doubles are'available on
undergraduate and graduate wings.
Baits Housing will not be open for occupancy during Spring/
Summer,
SPRING/SUMMER ~AMILY HOUSING
Applications will be avaoiable beginning March 1, 1977. ONLY
FAMILIES REQUESTING HOUSING PRIOR TO JUNE 30, 1977
MAY REQUEST AN APPLICATION PRIOR TO APRIL 4, 1977.

Single concert tickets now on sale!

ANN ARBOR MAY FESTIVAL
FOUR CONCERTS, APRIL 27-30, IN HILL AUDITORIUM
EUGENE ORMANDY and the PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA
GUEST-CONDUCTOR JINDRICH ROHAN AND THE FESTIVAL CHORUS

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MARTINA ARROYO, soprano
GARY GRAFFMAN, pianist
WEDNESDAY, API
EUGENE ORMANDY, Co
GARY GRAFFMAN, P
ALL RACHMANINOFF:
"'the Isle of the Dead"
Piano Concerto No. 2
Symphonic Dances
THURSDAY, APR
EUGENE ORMANDY, Co
NORMAN CAROL, Vic
WAGNER: "Die Meistersinger" 0
BRUCH: Violin Concerto No. 1

The time is now-come to Burton Tower and select
seats for the concerts of your choice. As in the pre-
ceding 83 spring festivals ,the guest artists coming
to this 84th May Festival are top-notch, as they per-
form with the "Fabulous Philadelphians" under
Maestros Ormandy and Rohan.
Tickets range from $4 to $12, and are available
for all concerts.

RIL 2°
onductor
ianist
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onductor
iolinist
verture

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FRIDA
JINDRICH
JEROM
THE FESTIVAL CHC
SMETANA: Fro
MUSSORGSKY:
BOlTO: Prologu
SATURD
EUGENE O
MARTINA
BEETHOVEN: Symy
BARBER: Androma
VERDI: Arias from

JEROME H INES, basso
NORMAN CAROL, violinist
Y, APRIL 29
ROHAN, Conductor
AE HINES, Basso
)RUS
m Bohemia's Meadows and
Groves
Excerpts from
"Boris Godunov"
ue to "Mefistofele"
)AY, APRIL 30
RMANDY, Conductor
A ARROYO, Soprano
yhony No. 2
che's Farewell
"La Forza del destino" and

FALL HOUSING

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