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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I hursday, September 3U, 1 ':;#/ 0

~ag e Ten tHE MICHIGAN DAILY lhursday, September 3U, 1'9/~

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FRIDAY, October 1st-6 P.M.
at GUILD HOUSE
802 Monroe
(CORNER OF OAKLAND)
Senegelese Dinner $1.75
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 662-5189

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1 8 P.M.
"CHRISTIAN GIFTS and SOCIAL JUSTICE:
A DIALOGUE" with
Dr. Phillip O'Mara,
religious journalist and
member of the Word of God community
THE REV. PAUL DOTSON, Director,
Ecumenical Campus Center
at the
ECUMENICAL CAMPUS CENTER
921 CHURCH ST.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE WELCOME

Styling
is the ONLY
way to go!
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1Fleming's

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(Continued from Page 1)
the house, gawking at every-
thing from the wood finish in
the living room to the Beatle al-
bums in the library. Several
well - attired student volunteers
scattered themselves through-
out the house, keeping wary
eyes open for the type of guest
who attaches himself to a spe-
cific presidential knick-knack.
"They (students) can basic-
ally do what they want to do
as long as they don't take it
with them," said one volunteer,
LSA sophomore Kevin Simow-
ski, who was stationed in the
library while several enthus-
iasts thumbed through the
Flemings' literary collection.
Ms. Fleming added, "We hope
everybody will be considerate."
YET THE ONLY theft yester-
day occurred indFleming's
study, where a student volun-
teer named Irene told the tale
of a woman who excitedly
made off with a genuine, Rob-
ben Fleming paper clip.
M E A N W H I L E, Lynn'

Shaler, a senior in the Art
School, squatted in the Flem-
ings' backyard, carefully
sketching a patch of well-
groomed flowers.
"This is one of the few times
I've gotten in to see these,"
she said, re-creating the scarlet
flora in her spiral pad.

Bible

H O W E V E R, WHEN
asked the species of her floral
subject, Shaler shrugged her
shoulders lightly and guessed,
"they're some sort of milk-
weed."
"I don't know much about
horticulture," she explained.
metric:

British convert Noah

goes

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Audio price cuts.
3 Days Onlyl
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3 Days Ony
Let's keep it a secret.
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on" so that when you get into our store we'll
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inventory of audio equipment in Michigan and
rvice what we sell.
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(Continued from Page 1)
regarding University facilities
- such as the Union meeting
room, toured by Affirmative
Action Officer Gwendolyn Bak-
er and Assistant Vice-Presi-
dent Thomas Easthope. The
tour was preceded by a ses-
sion with Vice-President of
Student Services Henry John-
son.
. According to Easthope, the
room, located at the top of
three flights of stairs, is neith-
er plush nor well-kempt. It
contains a wooden table with
chairs, photographs of Michi-
gamua alumni leaning against
the walls and Indian lore para-,
phenalia. (Daily entrance to the
room was denied because it
would be a "violation of trust,"
according to the building's gen-
eral Manager Stanfield Wells.)
THE ROOM, which has only
one means of exit and no eleva-

tor, can be used neither for a
meeting room nor storage area.
Wells noted, "I think the room
is of value to them (Michi-
gamua members), but couldn't
be used by the Michigan Un-
ion.",
Michigamua shared the Un-
ion tower with the honorary
societies, the Druids, Trian-
gles, Vulcans and Sphinx. Each
group has its own meeting room
and an investigation is now
underway to determine the sta-
tus of these groups, Baker said.
"I assume that these groups
have the same agreement as
Michigamua," Wells shrugged,
which is a rent-free lease grant-
ed by the Union's Board of Di-
rectors during the late 1930s.
"I was aware from my pre-
decessor that honoraries were
in the tower. It was a matter
of tradition. So I never worried
or wondered about it," Wells
said.

LONDON {41 - Noah gets
his order for building anhark in
meters and centimeters instead
of cubits, while Goliath be-
comes a metric man in the lat-
est British Bible, the book's
publishers said yesterday.
For the first time an English-
language translation of the sac-
red book of Christians has gone
metric "because we want it to
last," said Tom Houston, com-

Investigation of
Milcigamnua begins

munications director of the Bri-
tish and Foreign Bible Society.
GOD NOW tells Noah to build
the ark "133 meters long, 22
meters wide and 13 meters high
. . . and leave a space of 44
centimeters between the roof
and the sides."
The original English transla-
tion 400 years ago from Greek
and Hebrewsmeasured the ark
at 300 cubits.
.In the "Good News Bible"
to be published on October 11
Toliath, giant adversary of the
boy David, becomes nearly
three meters tall instead of "six
cubits and a span." His armor
weivhs about 57 kilograms in-
stead of "five thousand shekels
of brass."
BRITAIN is gradually being
converted to the metric system
from the English system of
weights and measures in miles,
yards, feet, inches, ponds and
ounces. The currency was deci-
malized in 1971 and the metric
switchover is under way in
schools, industry and trade.
Houston said the American
edition converts weights and
measures into the English sys-
tem, which is used in the Unit-
ed States, "bitt we wanted to
go one step farther." He said
the BFBS sells in almost every
language nearly three times as
many Bibles overseas as in
Britain and "most of the coun-
tries we sell to use the metric
system.
Voter
deadline
Mondayl~
(Continued from Page 1)
The League of Women Vot-
ers, previously instrumental in
registering students, has not
sponsoreda program this year.
Member Joyce Howath explain-
ed, "There are so many places
available we found that a pro-
gram of our own would be un-
necessary."
INDEED, according to Whee-
lock, the clerk's office has been
bombarded with registrations.
"We don't push the deputy
registrars to meet any kind of
quota," she added. "They use
their own discretion in the time
they want to put into it."

Looking For Things To Do?
MICHIGAN S T U D E N T ASSEMBLY
(MSA) is interviewing for the following
important positions:
TREASURER, ELECTIONS DIRECTOR
and DIRECTOR OF
STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
MSA is also interviewing for positions on variousj
internal committees and University committees.
CONTACT MSA NOW!
MSA OFFICES 763-3241
3909 M. UNION BLDG. 763-3242

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The long-
awaited
conclusion
of Frank
Herbert's
classic
DUNE
TRILOGY
6th LARGE PRINTING
$8.95
Hartford Courant

by Ford
(Continued from Page 1)
me with the choice of vetoing
these inflamatory increases and
appearing heedless of the hu-
man needs which these federal
programs were intended to
meet, or to sign the measure
and demonstrate inconsistency
with my previous anti-inflation-
ary vetos on behalf of the
American taxpayer."
FORD SAID Congress had
tried to present him with "the
dilemma of offending the vot-
ing groups who benefit by these
government programs, or of-
fending those primarily con-
cerned with certain restrictions
embodied in the bill."
A report from House-Senate
conferees accompanying the bill
said the abortion provision
should be construed to permit
federal funding for abortions if
the mother suffered certain dis-
eases or was the victim of in-
cest or rape.

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Also available-the first two DUNE novels:
DUNE (Paperback, $1.95)
DUNE MESSIAH (Cloth, $7.95 / Paperback, $1.50)
AT YOUR COLLEGE BOOKSTORE NOW
Berkley Publishing Corporation

ATTENTION LS&A STUDENTS!
TIRED OF BORING CLASSES?
WANT TO MAKE A CHANGE IN YOUR
EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT?
WANT TO FIND OUT HOW THE BUREAUCRACY MAKES DECISIONS?
The LSA STUDENT GOVERNMENT can help
The Government is currently making appointments to the following
College Committees:

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