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Page Ten
TWO TALKS by:MSA wanC
By LANI JORDAN dent
up I
The Michigan Student Assem- "(
bly voted last night to attempt Serv
Thursday, Oct. 28-4 p.m. to break up basketball ticket aire
" De h'slines that have formed more it"
Jewish Reflections on eat than two weeks before the tick- 'Al
2202 M LB ets go a" sale. ketb
SPONSOR: INSTITUTE OF GERONTOLOGY MSA PRESIDENT Calvin Lu- isale
ker outlined plans to bring the of t
issue to the Board in Control and
8 p.m.: "Lilith-the Love and Fear of Intercollegiate Athletics and Stat
the Administrative Committee
of Woman in Jewish Thought" on Recreation, Intramural and Ur
1429 MILL STREET Club Sports. men
Luker said he had been ap- or
SPONSOR: HILLEL FOUNDATION proached by several irate stu- tick

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, October 27, 1976

s to bantj
s to take steps in breaking
the lines.
Vice-president for Student
vices Henry) Johnson has
ady received letters about
he added.
though senior priority bas-
all tickets do not go on
until November 8, one
up started a line in front.
the Athletic Administration
Ticket Office building at
e and Hoover.
NDER ATHLETIC depart-
nt policy, the first student
student group in line for
ets is permitted to design
WON

icket line
the procedures for the line.
In the current line, one per-
son is eligible to represent 50'
people checking in to the tick-
et booth only once a day. TheI
remainder of the time, they re-
tain their priority in the line
by placing their names on a
waiting list. After November 1,
ticket representatives must sign:
in twice a day.
When tickets go on sale No-
vember 8, one person may rep-
resent only four' others in the
ticket line.
FIFTY PEOPLE are current-
ly on the waiting list. Accord-
ing to Luker, "two hundred peo-
ple can conceivably take 10,000
seats, (of Crisler Arena's 13,-
000)."
MSA's constitution contains a
clause giving the body the pow-
er to regulate student-sponsored
activities, which include ticket
lines.
Treasurer Walt Borland voic-
ed opposition breaking up the
current line saying, "To tell
these people to get out now ..
we could have 10,000 on our
backs."
"If we don't take a stand on
this tonight," said member
Wendy Goodman, "I could go
tomorrow and set up a ticket
line for three years from now."
A line has already formed for
Fall '77 football tickets.
CINCINNATI SYMPHONY
SIGNS WITH VOX

Campaign attacks continue

pd. political ad.
TO ALL CITIZENS OF WASHTENAW COUNTY
If you elect George Steek Prosecuting Attorney
on November 2nd, the following state laws will
be enforced in the county for the first time:
* HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES ACT, including dangerous
toys.
" ANTITRUST LAWS including those against price-fixing
and bid-rigging.
* CRIMINAL AND CIVIL LAWS prohibiting false, de-
ceptive or misleading advertising.
" UNLICENSED CONTRACTORS LAW covering home .
repairs.
" ODOMETER ROLLBACK LAW.
* COLLECTION PRACTICES ACT covering harassment,
intimidation and deception by debt-collection agencies.
" CHARITABLE SOLICITATIONS LAW covering rip-offs
disguised as needy charities.
" FRANCHISE INVESTMENT ACT covering phony, get-
rich-quick schemes.
* RETAIL INSTALLMENT SALES ACT covering excessive
interest charges.
" LAWS PROBITING ABUSE of nursing home patients.
0. LAWS PROHIBITING ABUSE of the environment in-
cluding the Ai-r Pollution Act, Water Pollution Act
and Michigon Environmental Protection Act.
" LAWS REQUIRING DWELLINGS to meet minimum
standards for protection of the health and safety of
occupants.

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Paid political advertisement
RETAIN
FULTON EAGLIN
WASHTENAW COMMUNITY COLLEGE TRUSTEE
B.A.-Eastern Michigan University
Law Degree-Harvard Law School
Non-partisan Ballot
Nov. 2, 1976
Paid for by Eaglin for WCC Trustee Committee

(Continued from Page 1) :erns, as he is in the midst of ply reflects inexperience."
The interviews were never a ten-day, cross-country cam- CARTER, meanwhile, launch-
held because of deadline and paign swing; wooing votes in ed his final campaign swing
scheduling problems, but the industrial states where his race with stops in South Carolina and
White House was "cordial and with Carter appears to be close. Illinois.
cooperative," said Playboy, Carter himself began a trip yes- Responding to Ford's charge
whose interview with Carter terday that will keep him on the that he is inexperienced, the
caused a major campaign con- road until Election day. former Georgia governor told
troversy. FORD, SPEAKING to the Eco- reporters in Columbia, S.C.:
At a news conference Oct. 20, nomic Club of Pittsburgh, at- "I think the time for bluffing
Ford said, "I reiterate what I tacked his opponent's foreign other nations by claiming we
said once before. I turned down policy proposals, saying Carter are going to send in troops is
an invitation by Playboy maga- was charting a potentially dan- past."
zine to have an interview such gerous course with a strong fla- AND IN RESPONSE to Ford's
as Carter did. These are all: vor of isolationism. remark that Carter was inviting
factual statements." The Carter doctrine, he said, an invasion of Yugoslavia by
BUT A PLAYBOY spokesper- would produce a significant risk saying that he opposed a U.S.
son said that, in fact, Ford was that could lead to major inter- military intervention in event
never offered an 'interview national crises. of Soviet attack, Carter said:
such as Carter did," and that Ford focussed on statements "I think the best thing is to
the White House cooperated in by Carter that, as President, he tell the truth."
efforts to set up shorter inter- would view another Arab oil Carter added that information
views for articles the magazine embargo as an act of economic he has received from Yugo-
was preparing. warfare and would not inter- slavia in the past few weeks
Ford said Oct. 20 he refused vene in Yugoslavia if the Rus- is "that they are a strong inde-
to be interviewed by Playboy sians were to march in after pendent nation."
"with an emphatic no" because President Tito's death. "In fact, there is practically
"I don't think the President of "STATEMENTS of this kind no likelihood the Soviet Union
the United States ought to have . . . instead of serving the cause will invade Yugoslavia" when
an interview in a magazine fea- of peace, invite conflict. They aging Premier Tito dies, set-
turing photographs of unclad invite aggression rather than ting off a power struggle, he
women." deter it," Ford declared. said.
But the Playboy snafu seems "I have to assume that this CARTER SAID the Soviet Un-
to be the least of Ford's con-: statement (on Yugoslavia) sim- ion realizes that attacking Yu-
goslavia would harm its detente
with the United States.
Carter claimed that Ford him-
( , self had on six different occa-
sions said he would not send
U.S. ti-oops to defend such plac-
esas Angola, Lebanon, Rho-
Srae desia, and Eastern Europe.

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WHAT IS A PUBLIC POLICY PROGRAM?
Come find out on Nov. 2, when JOHN P.
BROWN, Assistant Dean at the Kennedy School
of Government, at Harvard University is on
campus to talk with students, interested in pub-
lic service careers. The School's Public Admin-
istration Program will be discussed also. All
majors are welcome to attend. For further de-
tails please contact Mrs. Virginia Stegath,
Communications Coordinator, Career Planning
and Placement.
NIGHT " WN

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CINCINNATI (AP) -
Cincinnati Symphony has
ed a two-year contract
Vox Records.

The
sign-
with

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THEM.

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(Continued from Page1) ! as their "67 rules of the wig-
gamua. They charged that the wag," Rule No. 12 states that
organization's practices parody "fighting braves no mentionum
both women and Native Amer- squaws in wigwam." The term,
icans and that the University "squaw belly" is sometimes
was not moving fast enough to used to refer to members in a
investigate allegations of sex-! derogatory manner, Blumen-
ism. thal said.
We want to increase public "We were told by John Feld-
awareness of the process by; kamp (Housing director and un-
which complaints are handled official advisor to Michigamua)
by the University and HEW be- that nothing was written down,"
cause they are not moving for- Blumenthal said, "but obvious-
ward in the kind of manner ly there are. It took us a long
which we feel they should be, time to find out."
said Paul Centolella, a mem- A S S I S T A N T to the
ber of the N a t i o n a 1 Vice - President for Student
Lawyer's G u i 1 d and T h e Services, Thomas Easthope who
Native American Solidarity has been working on the Michi-
Committee. "Also, we want to: gamua investigation does not
make light of the disparity of believe that the University is
the University performance in taking its time.
the way it supports Michiga- "The University is as con-
mua and Native American and cerned about Michigamua
women students." practices as Amy Blumenthal.
AMY BLUMENTHAL, one of There was a meeting between
the sponsors of the Title IX Native Americans and Michi-
grievance,rmaintained that ra- gamua a few years ago. I think
cist and sexist practices were there's some factual inaccura-
present in many of Michiga- cies (in the newly-filed com-
mua's poems and songs as well' plaint)."

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UN bars
Transkei
claim to
freedom
By Reuter News Service
UNITED NATIONS - The
U.N. General Assembly, in an
unprecedented action, last night
rejected the Transkei claim to
independence and called on all
governments to deny recogni-
tion.
The assembly declared invalid
the black South African tribal
homeland's proclamation of
statehoodand asked for effec-
tive measures to ban dealings
Iwith the territory.
HE ASSEMBLY also strong-
ly condemned the establishment
of such homelands, also known
as Bantustans.
Of ther135 states present, 134
voted for the resolution.
Only the United States ab-
stained.
TRANSKEI, formerly a black
region of South Africa known
as a homeland, became an au-
tonomous country yesterday
when it was granted independ-
ence under South Africa's
apartheid policy of separate
black and white development.
The resolution, was sponsored
initially by 25 states with others
ready to join, would also de-
clare that the people of the
Transkei and of all other terri-
tories designated as homelands
remained citizens of South Af-
rica with the full right to par-
ticipate in its destiny.
NEW MENU
at the
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UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
WASHINGTON SUMMER INTERN PROGRAM
in WASHINGTON, D.C.
MASS MEETING
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27
7:30 P.M.
NAT. SCI. AUD.
NOON ISSUES FORUM OCT. 27 & NOV. 1
ELECTIONS, ETHICS AND APATHY
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27
REV. RICHARD SINGLETON
GOVERNMENT POWER AND ITS ABUSES:
A Critique from the Orientation of Biblical Prophets
MONDAY, NOV. 1
DR. JOHN REED
a Baptist and a U-M Law School Professor
ELECTIONS, ETHICS AND RELIGION
Moderated by DR. STAN HARBISON
Noon issues are held in the Pine Room of the Wesley
Foundation attached to the First Methodist Church, State
& Huron. Sack lunches are encouraged. Tea, coffee, etc.
I provided.

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POSITIONS ARE AVAILABLE on several advisory com-
mittees to the University. Others will be vacated by the
end of November. These committees include:
ACADEMIC AFFAIRS (3 vacancies on November 30) :
Meets two-three times a month. Advises Vice-President

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Meets about two times a month. Advises administration
on questions involving the civil rights of students within
the University structure.
RESEARCH POLICIES BOARD (1 immediate vacancy, 1 on
October 30; Graduate students preferred) : Meets three-
four times a term. Advises Research Dept. on matters
pertaining to research and research personnel.
STATE RELATIONS ( immediate vacancy, 1 on November
30) : Meets about twice a month. Advises and consults
with University with regard to the "educational system
of the State."
UNIVERSITY RELATIONS (1 vacancy on October 30) :
Meets about once a month. Advises the Director of Uni-
versity Relations on matters relating to publications, Uni-
versity radio stations, and University relations with the
community and State.

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