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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, October 15, 1976

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(Continued from Page 1) 1 some Michigamua athletes as I
said, "it's good enough for them. the Senior Student Trainer of
We could have disbanded totally the athletics department agrees
or merged with other honorar- with Taubman. "If they're go-
ies, but instead we decided that ing to try to represent the Uni-I
it was very possible to uphold versity and be around the Uni-
our ideals and even strenghthen versity, I think it's a little|
our goals with male members." strong not to let girls in. The
Michigamua, a secret all- new awareness of women ath-
male senior society, is current- letes and University women
ly under investigation by the groups should make Michigam-
University for non - compliance ua more aware of the role of
of Title IX. women."
"We realize that tradition is
AND ONE MALE member, an important aspect of our so-
Larry Helmke, who works with ciety as we realize it must be
for them," Taubman added,
"but if the tradition is based on
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strong enough values, then
those values should supercede
things such as the exclusion
of an entire sex from member-,
ship and should be able to stand1
the test of time by changing."
"The decision (to admit men)j
was made, but it was not over-
whelming," said Judy Mich,

"I think it's a little unusual
that one of the goals is the
advancement of women," Mor-
tar Board member James
Burns said. "But it's a great
idea to get males involved in;
that. If they hadn't, I think they
would have been closing out
some thoughts that are need-
ed."

(Continued from Page 1)
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Mortar Board alumnus and ad- But group advisor Mich hopes going to put together a package
visor to the Ann Arbor chap- that the focus will change with of some kind you'd better hur-
ter. "Most people bowed to it time. "I hope if it continues,jry."
not with open arms, but we it will slow down in its stress Joel Block, of the University
felt that if women and women's of women, and instead stress 1 unit of the Association of Fed-
rights had come of age, there friendships and meeting differ-: eral, State, County, and Munici-
wasn't anything to fear." ent kinds of people. With men : pal Employes (AFSCME),
in the organization, it will not which represents many airport
AND WOMEN'S ISSUES are remain such a strong pro-wom-' employes, said his organization
still an important part of the en's issues group as in the!was "not going to inject itself'
now coed Mortar Board. While past." j into the argument" over which
they have changed their consti- Msof the two contenders the Uni-
tution to include the promotion Immbers n he basisso 'schol-versity should deal with. "But
all peoples," it continues mto arship, leadership and service oe the st cone pro-
allpeoles itconinushal and a 3,S grade point average offers the best concrete pro-
state that each chapter shall an a 3. g he pequraes posals for airport employes,"
encourage and support the ad- is only one of the requirements, Block added.w
vancement of the status of' Taubman said. She also stress-1
woment the lle run - ed that they look for people I'The proposed budget increase,
sity womend the community of which who are active, but able to which the Regents are expected
it is a part." handle a big load so they can to approve today, represents in-
Taubma a ld.h devote time to the group. creases in salaries to University
Taubman recalled that when staff and employes of 11.5 per
Mortar Board changed the con- "A person with just a high ce
ituton toallow men, member; grade point andcwho hastdone t - by far the largest por-
stittio to llo me, meber ption of the request.
feared they would have tol nothing for the community has: f_
change the goals concerning the a very slim chance of being
advancement of the status ofl admitted. We are looking for'
women. "They thought it would! someone who didn't sit in their Jj0V f'' b~
be a false hope, because how: room for four years, and be ol e spotitBJteYefs i o an ocl
could men support it? But thesefh-ifyuwntocl
majority of the people (at theI it that,", she said.
convention), representing over Mortor Board, whose accon attra c s
65,000 people, voted to strength- plishments include originating aLdI L I
and maintaining the football
en the goal." ticket exchange board in the (Continued from Page 1)
_. -- - basement of the Michigan Un- IN NEW HAMPSHIRE, Gov.
ion, receives no direct money Meldrim Thomson, a vigorous
from the University. They hold Reagan supporter, has endorsed
-ee ttheir meetings at Martha Cook Ford's election. But Thomson's
un j uResidence Hall when a room son and campaign manager,
is available, Taubman explain- Peter, says his father's elec-
FAPI TV ERIES I ed.tin camnaign has been Given

It also represents funds need-
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from the withdrawal or expira-
tion of federal programs, gener-
al inflation in equipment, book,
and utility costs, and increased
enrollment.
TREIGLE RELIGIOUS
RECORDING FOUND
NEW YORK (AP) - A pre-
viously unknown recording of
17 privately taped songs of
faith, including traditional
hymns, oratoria, spirituals and
a rock prayer composed by
Norman Treigle, all sung by
the late bass-baritone, is being
sold by mail for $6.50 by the
Norman Treigle Memorial
Fund.
All proceeds go to the fund's
scholarship program for vocal
students.
Treigle, a star of the New
York City Opera, died in Feb-
ruary at the age of 47.
(Norman Treigle Memorial
Fund, P.O. Box 1137, Ansonia
Station, New York, N.Y. 10023.)
etter idea
eaganites
chairman in south Texas, said:
"Quite frankly, we had a prob-
lem attaining the help of Rea-
ganites at the beginning of the
campaign. But now most of our
hardest workers are Reagan-
ites."

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"We don't have a locked, t
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to Michigamua's locked door R
in the Michigan Union. "We use c
facilities on a first come, first y
serve basis. When a room isn't F
available in Martha, Cook, we h
go somewhere else," she said.

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op priority. IN NEW M E X I C O,
"But we're all working for the Ford chairman Colin McMillan,
Zepublican ticket which in- said while the President's elec-
ludes Ford and Dole," the tion drive was slow in getting
ounger Thomson said. "I think off the ground, all 21 former
ord has come a long way in Reagan delegates from his state
is conservative beliefs . . "' are now actively working in the
Bill Perrin, a GOP county campaign.
One ex-Reagan delegate stay-
ing at home is Wallace Stan-
WE CARRY SELECTIONS OF field, vice chairman of the Ala-
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