100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

April 03, 1977 - Image 9

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1977-04-03

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Sunday, April 3, 1077

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five

Sunday, April 3, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Pair addresses ERA question at forum

6' AIIA9 9SA 9 9 9 9 9 9
I i iv iv iv iV iV iV DV iV IV

By MARTHA RETALLICK
Can a state which has ratified
the Equal Rights ,Amendment
(ERA) legally change its mind
and rescind that vote?
Third year' law students Wil-
liam Paul and Peter Winkler,
who teach a literary college
course in women and the law,'
think the Supreme Court should
rule on the legality of that ac-
tion.
PAUL AND'Winkler discussed
the question of reversing rati-
fication votes during this week's
Law School Forum.

Paul and Winkler say a Su-
preme Court decision on the
matter would be more impar-
tial than a presidential or Con-
gressional ruling.
CITING the prestige of the Su-
preme Court Winkler said if the
high court rules on the legality;
of rescinding ratification votes,
its decision will be "definitive,j
authoritative and final."
A Supreme Court ruling,
Winkler added, "would make
things clear for later ratifica-
tions."
Paul said he is undecided on

amendments, they are perform-,
ing a federal function - chang-
ing the fundamental law of the
d ~ r

the states exactly seven years would be beneficial if the pub-'
to approve or reject the amend- lic sentiment toward the amend-
ment. ment changed before the ratifi- ,

ianu. cation deadline.
PAUL SAID if 37 states ever
ON RATIFICATION votes, it wanted to rescind their ratifi- WINKLER thinks that states
would be "unseemly to rave cation on an amendment aud a should have the power to re-
states flip-flopping," he warned. 38th state approved it, the scind their ratification votes.
"It may undermine respect for amendment would be passed "This way, we'll get a more ac-
the fundamental law in the peo- and the country would be locked curate picture of what the state
ple." into something it didn't want. and the people want at a cer-
Once congressional approval tain time."

TONIGHT is: PITCHER NIGT
AgT IgCA
Appearing Tonight: McCAFFR.EY {

Monday: SQ U E EZ E

'US

P I'ls
'I c i ii ~ JiVD ~ iY VDI'J V i V<i ii i i i i ad4i vJd

has been granted, a constitu- Although such a situation
tional amendment such as the would be unlikely, he said al- Unde
ERA needs the ratification of lowing states to rescind their require
two-thirds - or 38 - of the ratification votes would "allow fies ar
states before it becomes law. To for sober second Thought." mean t
date. 35 states have ratified the Paul added that permitting want t
ERA. states to change their minds I added.

tR

er such a system, if the
ed number of states rati-
n amendment, it would
that "'38 states right now
'he amendment," Winkler

Three states - Idaho, Nebras-; whether .to allow states to re-
ka and Tennessee - have in- scind their ratification votes.
dicated they would like to with- He pointed out that when state
draw their approval of the ERA. ; legislatures ratify constitutional'

When Congress approved the -
ERA on March 22, 1972, it gave

Vote YES on MSA

Ford arrives tomorrow

s ;
t ;
!
* ; .
A
j
'!wi
1
_,
'
'w1
,

The SECON HAN0 (Restaurant
Announces
THE MUSIC & MEAL DEADL
Every Sunday thru Thursday -
Spend just $3.00 (per person) on food in the restaurant be-
tween 4 and 9 and we'll give you, free admission to the
nightclub for the evening. That's a Square Deal!

$'4
P4
!' s

a

PROPOSAL NO.

I

(Continued from Page 1) perhaps no introduction at all, dency as an ex-president," she
"We are trying to make the followed by lots of questions and noted. Sachs said she may ask
events rewarding for the stu- answers," Cover said. Ford about a president's rela-
dents," said Kingdon. "But be- Cover added that he probably tionship with a Congress con-
cause of the role of an adjunct will not be required to "hype- trolled by the opposition party,
professor, what happens in class up" his students, because "they Security for the Ford visit is
is traditionally not reported in seem eager to see .an ex-pr esi tight. Cover said he heard some
the press." dent." groans from his class when he ,
Prof. Albert Cover said he ex- Cathy Sachs, a student in Cov- told them they would have to
pects Ford's class appearances er's Political Science class, "An, acquire a specialty coded ticket
to be question and answer ses- Introduction to American Poli- to enter class.
sions. tics," reflected this eagerness. .'The Secret S e r v i c e menj
walking around the Poli. Sci. d -
"I THINK the basic format "THERE'S NO one else who partment are ally conspic I
will be a short introduction, or knows as much about the presi- ous," said Sachs. "They all look
like jet-setters in their three
Tornados hit state
By The Associated Press AT LEAST a dozen nersons W

Tornados touched down in at were injured and as many as
least four Midwestern states 60 buildings in Augusta were
yesterday, causing heavy prop- damaged or destroyed, authori-
erty damage, killing a child and ties said.
injuring at least a dozen per-

Sons.
One of the twisters demolish-
ed a 12-block section of Augusta,
Mich., in Kalamazoo County and
killed a child who was riding in
a car in Eaton County, authori-
ties reported.
PESC
snares
7 seats
(Continued from Page 1)
prevents him from holding of-,
fices, in both student govern-.
ment bodies.
The only proposal on the bal-
lot, which asked if students
should be allowed to attend:
"any and all" meetings of the
LSA faculty and administrators,
was approved.

"Most houses are a shambles
and some are upside down,"
said a -sheriff's deputy.
Tornados struck five other'
Michigan communities - Coin-
stock, Galesburg, Milford,CHo-
well and Bath Township - but
none was hit as hard as Au-
gusta.
Gary McKenzie Jr., 5, of Flint,
was killed when riding in a ve-
hicle swept from Interstate 69
in Eaton County near Charlotte,
sheriff's deputies reported. The
boy's father, Gary Sr. and
younger brother, Ryan, 3, were
hospitalized in serious condition
at a Lansing hospital.
Four doctors and four nurses'
were dispatched from Kalama-
zoo to staff an emergency cen-
ter set up at the Augusta fire
station. An ambulance dispatch-
er in Kalamazoo said at least a
dozen persons were taken to,
Bronson and Borgess hospitals
in Kalamazoo for treatment.

seeks
2d term
(Continued from Page 1)
tire in the NAACP as well as aa
prominent figure in the once-:
weak city Democratic party. He
also served as Director of Chris-
tian Services for the Catholic
Archdiocese of Detroit for four
years before becoming mayor.
Wheeler, a professor of micro-
biology in the University's Med-
ical School, carpe to Ann Arbor
as a graduate student in 19381
from St. Louis, Mo.
CHARTERS,
AIR ONLY FROM DETROIT j

PROPOSAL NO. I on the ballot in the current MSA election
is an amendment to the All-Campus Constitution to protect
students from discrimination on the basis of sexual prefer-
ence.
Right now there is little protection for lesbian or gay male
students who face discrimination in admissions, recommen-
dations and fellowships, campus employment, University
housing or membership in campus groups., The passage of
this amendment is a step toward guaranteeing that all stu-
dents including lesbian and gay male students are treated
fairly.
The MSA Election is Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday, April 4, 5, and 6. Please remember
to vote and to vote YES on Proposal No. 1.
SUPPORT THE RIGHTS OF
YOUR FELLOW STUDENTS
Gay Academic Union at the U. of M
TRY OUTS!
FOR
OUT OF DARKNESS.
(a total theatre experience by Barry K. Pugh)
Wednesday, April 6, 1977
at Detroit City Dance Co.
821 W. Baltimore (at Third)
6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Out of Darkness is a unique concept in theatre uniting
poetry, music, acting, modern dance. and improvisation
ground a single thematic line: Darkness as a universal con-
cept. (primordial darkness; darkness of creativity; soul and
death--the ultimate Darkness). This total theatre experi-
ence offers the individual actor great possibilities for crea-
tivity.
--NEEDED--

g9

M V A eJ e t ' 'I s 4 1 11 t, 1 l i .'l .'J i 1 ,' fr' z.' V i

w

U Va

M,

....... _.._._a...._._.__. _... _.__.__ _._...-. _.. _ __ __. ._._. __._.__. _.
_

U

I

HELP WANTED
The '18 MICHIGANENSIAN
is looking for:

, .3~ ?
r---

994-5350

HOURS:
Mon.-Sat. 1 1-9
Sunday 4-9

I

516 E. LIBERTY

-

Photographers
Layout. Designers
Copy Writers
and any interested people
with or without yearbook background
(we'll train you!) to work on
'78 MICHIGANENSIAN
MASS MEETING
MONDAY, APRIL 4-7 P.M.
ENSIAN ROOM

Amsterdam
Frankfurt
Honolulu
Italy
London
Munich
Warsaw
Zurich

from $289
from $309
from $299
from $399
from $329
from $309
from $381
from $359

Actors
Interpretive poetry
readers
Playwrights
Photographer
Listing designer
Assistantdirector

Stage manager
Makeup artists
Special effects
technician
'odorologist'
graphic artist

SALEM
WITCHCRAFT
THURSDAY, APRIL 7
Sweet Crystal Fri.-Sat.
Every Thurs., Fri. & Sat.-8-10 p.m.
Drinks less than 1 price.

1

upstairs-Student Publica ticis

Bldg.

IT'S A SURE TH I N

327 E. MV

[CH.

Y

YPSILANTI

ADVANCE BOOKING
NECESSARY
WEEKEND SPECIALS
Montreal from $99
N.Y. City from $158
Toronto from $51
Las Vegas from $175
All Prices Based On
Double Occupancy
. Y Ul. A..
The Friendly Tour Store
On The Corner
WINDVOUM A
GRO uRAVYSI
S-61 22
AIR-SEA-LNw
601 E. William
(Corner of Maynard)
Ann Arbor, Mich. 48108

I

_- - --,-

All who are dedicated and talented are
welcome to participate.
For further information contact Barry K. Pugh at 898-6453
(Individual tryouts by appointment for those unable to
appear on April 6).
Out of Darkness will be presented from Thurs.,
June 16 thru Sun., June 19 starting at 8:00
p.m. each evening with a 3:00 p.m. matinee
on Sunday, June 19 in addition to the evening
performance. It will be presented at McAuley
Auditorium of Mercy College; W. Outer Drive
at Southfield.
Choreography by
CAROLE MORISSEAU
Tickets on sole soon-phone 398-6453
CONTACT: Cassie St. Clair-Mon.-Fri., 10-3 p.m.,
764-0558, or leave message at 663-9687
Barry K. Pugh-Detroit, 898-6453

764-0561

or 76-0551

L

m"

o
-~-

0

Thinking of Becoming an
ENGLISH TEACHER?
ORIEN TA TION MEETING
for the English Department's
PROFESSIONAL SEMESTER
Fall '77-Monday, April 4
4:30-5:30
7627 HAVEN

I

I

i

t

I

unununununn

n

I

iI

If interested but una
ALAN HOWES:

ble to come call:
763-2264 (office)
662-9895 (home)

THE
SUDS FACTORY
Announces Something New:
TOP-NOTCH LIVE
ROCK & ROLL BANDS

, I

____-

-

x

the PROFESSIONAL THEATRE PROGRAM
in the POWER CENTER for the performing arts
TAMBOURINES
A l)RA\1\JIIC SONG
'10 GLORY' A"
AGI ON
April13-17 I I 4 IS '
8:00m
April 1
2:0opm
Don't Forget!
WILLIAM WINDOM
Thurber 1I

SUNDAYS and TUESDAYS
(SPECIAL DRINK PRICES THESE NIGHTS)
This Sunday, April 3-
HOLY SMOKE, Michigan's No. 1 Band!
Tuesday, April 5-
RUBY JONES, Ohio's No. 1 Band!
Sunday, April 10-
JOOSTER, Dynamite High Energy Show!

I.

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan