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2 fiddles, banjo,
guitar, bass
"intense, exuberant,
flowing, alive-great
fun."-N.Y. Times

(Continued from Page 1) F(Director Don Canham was un-
And to date the interpretation+ available for comment, Asso-
of Title IX remains vague. ciate Director Hunt offered her
Kay Henry, Educational Pro- own interpretation of the legisla-
gram Specialist for the Depart- tion. "It's a very shady area
ment of Health, Education and but I would interpret it (Title
Welfare (HEW) and technical IX) as saying that they (Stan-
assistant to Title IX for region nard and Chad) cannot try out
Five (Chicago) could find no for the team," Hunt said, "but
"definitional regulation" regard- I don't know if that's the way
ing Title IX and would not make HEW would interpret it.
a judgement on the situation at ".e
the University. "In looking at the athletic
program, and whether or not it
WHILE University Athletic complies with Title IX," she con-
tinued, "you have to look at
the total program, not just the
individual sports."

Grosse Pointe North High of last year's team commented,
School women's volleyball team "I think it's okay that they're
last year. trying out and I think the 'U'
When the question arose asto (University) should give them a
the men's eligibility, the Assis- varsity team, but I don't want
tant Director of the Michigan:them playing with us because no
High School Athletic Association one would play us."
stepped in and cited Federal Jamie Spohn and Ginny Wit-
Circuit Court Judge Damon ter, also returning letterwinners,
Keith's decision on Title IX, expressed similar sentiments
which stated that no student and Spohn added that she would
could be denied the opportunity even work "with the men to
to play a sport in school, regard- help them attain varsity status."
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Charles Henry, Assistant Big
Ten Commissioner, confirmed
this interpretation but added
that the courts will eventually
have the final say.
"I DEFINITELY think thatj
it's (Title IX) open to judicial
interpretation and that a lot of
what will come from Title IX
is to be borne from the courts.
"Now if they (HEW) had
asked for assistance from in-
stitutions before it was made
law, we wouldn't have such a
monster as we do now."
A similar case occurred in
Michigan when two male stu-
dents attempted to play for the
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less or sex. ihe director subIse-
quently ruled in the males'
favor.
ANOTHER reverse discrimi-
nation case took place in the
Indiana High School System.
Following a 1971 ruling by the
Indiana State Supreme Court
giving women the right to par-
ticipate on male high school
teams in noncontact sports,
Brian Goralski was allowed to
play for the Clay High School
women's volleyball team.
Although Vong quietly asked
Stannard and Chad to leave the
court Monday, at Hunt's request,
his philosophy contradicts that
of the Athletic Department.
'In a purely philosophical
sense, I think that it is dis-
crimination that the school fully
supports a women's program
and not a men's team," he said.
SEVERAL of the women vol-
leyball players supported the
men totally in their quest to
achieve varsity status, but add-
ed that if they were allowed to
play, the other Big Ten teams
would boycott Michigan.
Karel Pennington, a veteran

Last spring the Michigan Stu-
dent Assembly (MSA) decided
to support the Men's Volleyball
Club in their effort to achieve
varsity status.
THE CLUB petitioned the Ath-
letic Department last May for
Varsity status but along with
other club sports petitions such
as soccer's, it was handed to
the Long Range Planning Com-
mittee of the University's Board
in Control. No immediate action
was taken.
The Athletic Department's
position appears to be stable in
regard to HEW guidelines but
the judicial interpretation is a
skeleton yet uncovered in this
case. Where the University ap-
plies Title IX to the totality of
the athletic program, Stannard
argues that it applies to each
sport.
"I'm challenging the Univer-
sity as to whether I should be
allowed to play or not," said
Stannard. "Obviously, I won't
be able to. Now we'll have to
take it farther.
"We'll probably file a grie-
vance with the Office of Civil
Rights. We also might consider
taking it to court," he added.

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DID U NHA
THEER
POLKS

Daily Photo by ALAN BILINSKY
THIS UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN student wants to play
volleyball on the varsity level. The only varsity team is for
women, thus this man plus another have been told that they
cannot play. The matter is being appealed.
y H Y E E A
BHENRY ENGELHARDT

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The story goes that this guy walked
into a college bookstore and bo' ht a
calculator that worked backwai us,
or sideways, or something.
But once he got the hang of it,
he found that Reverse Polish Notation
meant he worked with only two numbers
at a time, solving the most complex
sequence calculations quickly,

accurately and naturally.
The machine of all these and many
other marvels is the Model 4510
(the "Mathematician")from National
Semiconductor. Suggested retail
under $25.
And that's no joke.
0National Semiconductor

NIXON MADE FORD
PRESIDENT.
FORD PARDONED
NIXON BEFORE TRIAL
FOR HIS CRIMES.
WHY MUST OVER 1,000-
,000 OF OUR YOUTH ROT
FOR OPPOSING OR BEING
VICTIMS OF 0 U R GOV-
ERNMENT'S C R I M E S IN
INDOCHINA?
DEMONSTRATE
TODAY FOR,
FULL AMNESTY
CRISLER ARENA, 5 P.M.
SOUTH ENTRANCE
Pol. Adv., Paid for by
Veterans for Peace
542 S. Dearborn, Chicago, 111.

WANT TO GET "HIGH" ON
CHEAP DRINKS & NEW PEOPLE?
Michigan Jewish Graduate Students invite you
to a NEW HAPPY HOUR Wednesday, Septem-
ber 15 -,4:30-6:30? - 1429 Hill St. - 50c
Drinks, Free Munchies, Rock Music-Finally-
A good time with no strings.
THIS AIN'T THE SAME OLD THING.

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USHERS NEEDED
for
THE UNIVERSITY SHOWCASE PRODUCTION OF
"FIVE ON THE BLACK HAND SIDE"
Sign-up in the Professional Theatre Program
Office located in the Lobby of the Mendelssohn
Theatre Building Monday through Friday from
8-5.
I HEWLETT-PACK

Out of shape? Aching for something to do during those in
between hours? Tired of those endless hours of studying? (al-
ready?) This year, there is an easily accessible athletic alter-
Inative for practically all students.
"Basically, we've got the finest recreational facilities in
the country," claims Ken Nemarovski, assistant director of rec-
reational sports here at Michigan.
There are now four indoor recreation centers. Each
with their own information phone number. The Central Cam-
pus Building (Geddes and Washtenaw, 763-3084), contains
such special features as an %th of a mile elevated track
and pinball machines.
The North Campus Building (Hubbard and Murfin, 763-4560),
also contains pinball facilities and this building has an elevated
track measuring 1/10th of a mile.
After a summer in which $360,000 worth of improvements
were made, and the facility closed for four months, the IM
Sports Building (State and Hoover, 763-1313) has reopened.
The fourth indoor recreation center is the Coliseum (Fifth
and Hill, call the IM Sports Building), which is basically a
building for basketball.
For the gill worshiping people reading, there are three
swimming pools. There is a new pool attached to the
brand new North Campus Building. To find out pool hours
call North Campus Hotline at 764-6429.
Juxtaposition to the Central Campus Building is the Bell
Pool. The Hotline number there is 764-8247.
-__ - -- There is also a pool attached
to the IM Sports Building, with
a Hotline number of 763-0050.
Joggers will find an additional
new track runs a ring around
Palmer Field. The other track
is located in back of the IM
_________________Sports Building.

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Probably not. All things considered you do
what you do pretty doggone well. After all, no one
has taken your job. And you're eating regularly.
But...
But have you ever considered what doing your
job just a little better might mean?
Money. Cold hard coin of the realm.
If each of us cared just a smidge more about
what we do for a living, we could actually turn that
inflationary spiral around. Better products, better
service and better management would mean savings
for all of us. Savings of much of the cash and frayed
nerves it's costing us now for repairs and inefficiency.
Point two. By taking more pride in our work
we'll more than likely see America regaining its
strength in the competitive world trade arena. When
the balance of payments swings our way again we'll
all be better off economically.
So you see-the only person who can really
do what you do any better is you.

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549 E. University, Ann Arbor
662-4403

For outdoor tennis the Pal-
mer Tennis Courts have been
resurfaced, and are available
on a first come, first serve
basis, however classes and IM
tourneys have priority.
One facility has become a for-
mer facility. A casualty to the
times, Waterman Gymnasium is
no longer open. According to
Nemarovski "the building has
o'iflived its usefullness. It would
cost a million dollars to bring
the building alp to code, includ-
ing a new roof.
E I love the building and real-
F 'e its sentimental value but it
i'st doesn't rate as a place
to spend a million dollars to
fix."
Another change in policy
concerns the weightlifting
rooms. Last year the sole
weight room (at the IM Sports
I "ilding) was kept locked. A
kev costing seven dollars for
two terms was sold, provid-
ina the Rec Department with
a nice niece of change.
This year all three weight
rnrs ((Central Campus, North
Camous and IM Sports Build-
i-gsl will he open. The move
was made "in good faith," said
Nemarovski. "we're hoping the
ct'idents will annreciate the
'rv'~rs heing open."
Another change is the depart-
ment's name. Last year it was
T)Qnartnent of Recreation, In-
murals, and Club Sports.
This year it's Department of
'ecrestional Sports. "The old
"nrnp." exnlains Nemarovski,
"<<vas ist.too long to say on
+h"P nhone."
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