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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, November 16; 1916

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY fuesday, November 1 ~, 19 1~

There IS a differencef: Prof. bla
- MCAT '+LSAT *"DAT By GWEN BARR t
GMAT " CPAT " VAT " GRE " OCAT " SAT A University law professor1
. NATIONAL MED. & DENT. BOARDS specializing in women's legal
rights said yesterday that sex-'
E GFlexibePrgasrole stereotyping and the re-
Ovr 8 eas fFlexible Programs and Hours pression and sheltering of worn-
Ever 38 years of experience and success. Small classes. Voluminous en sh eliminated.
home study \materials. Courses that are constantly updated. Centers en should be eliminated.
open days and weekends all year. Complete tape facilities for review Virginia Nordby, policy co-or-:
of class lessons and for use of supplementary materials. Make-ups for dinator for the Vice-President
missed lessons at our centers. of academic affairs, addressed
Write or call: f r-some two-dozen people at a
1945 Pauline Blvd, seminar titled the "Alternative
An Arbor 48 .mee Aco Futures from the Perspective
662-34 SCIAT SINC 938 of Women" at Rackham Hall.
Call Toll Free (outside N.Y. State) 800 -221-9840 1!NORDBY SAID that for the
For I future people should "strive for
Affiliated Centers in Major U. S. Cities freedom based on individual
---attributes and skills," instead

sts sex stereotypes

Carter says no to controls

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of' relying on sex-role stereo-
types.
She said that men as well as
women are repressed by stereo-
typing and called for an end to
such victimization. People
"shouldn't be put into a cate-
gory on the basis of the color
or shape of their skin," Nordby
said.
She stated that the status of
women before the law has been
one of near slavery and called
for the elimination of repres-
sion. Nordby said that women's
rights are based on English
Common Law, or the Law of
Coveture.
THESE LAWS removed the
identity of women by making
them the property of their hus-
bands and eliminated their
rights. She said the Law of Cov-
eture was used as a model for
the slave code in the South and
is still on the books in some
states.
Nordby said the second goal
for women's equality is to end
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the special protection of wom- (Continued from Page 1) on several occasions, that since
en provided in the law. She ci- "But under normal circum- he is not yet President he can-
ted several examples of this stances - barring anykind of not speak for the United States
i protection and said the special calamity - I would think we government or influence its de-'
treatment would not be neces- can avoid mandatory wage and cisions or activities.
sary if they had equal rights, price controls," he said..
HE SAID AGAIN that mem- He stressed this particularly
Nordby said this "protection bers of his White House staff when asked about the possibili-
is inherently demeaning" be- will have no role in running ty of forming his own negotiat-
cause it assumes a woman ing team in renewed Strategic
a-government departments and' n emi eee taei
needs protection, and doesn't al- that he intends that each Cab- Arms Limitation Treaty (SALT)'
low her to make decisions for inet member and agency head talks with the Soviet Union or
herself. shall have authority and respon- in making any moves on his
For the future she hopes to sibility to manage their agen- own to try to head off price in-
"see people who can look at cies' affairs. creases by the world's oil-pro-'
eachaother on the basis of indi- Carter made clear, as he has ducing nations.
vidual attributes." " "' __--''---__--- ' -
NORDBY MAINTAINS that' Fire
the women's movement is learn- Firedesr ys Post
ing from its mistakes and that
March, 1979 - the date when
the seven-year ratification pro- (Continued from Page 1) cause the front windows were
cess ends for the Equal Rights the family was satisfied with blown out onto the lawn. If an
Amendment-sa ldatethe investigation but added, incendiary device had been
A d -d "The whole thing is awfully the cause of the .fire, glass
for the movement. 'coincidental." would have been found in the
If the amendment doesn't Postill had been the object living room, according to
pass, it's back to the drawing: of repeated threats throughout Schmid.
baf t m e his unsuccessful re-election The fire occurred Saturday
Sboard for the movement. -----t-g% at abOllt 6:30 nmm' Postill's

HAVING SAID THAT he can-
not have any official role in try-
irg to influence decisions by the
Organization of Petroleum Ex-
porting Countries (OPEC) until
he is inaigurated Jan. 20, Car-
ter said he does hope the OPEC
nations will not increase oil pric-
es.
He said it would be far bet-
ter for the economy of the
world, for the developing na-
tions and for the OPEC na-
tions themselves "if they exer-
cise great restraint."
ill home
escape without any injuries.
However, one of the two fami-
ly dogs was not found.
POSTILL AND his two sons
were vacationing in northern
Michigan at the time. They
were contacted yesterday with
the news, and Postill said they
will continue the short hunt-
ing vacation and return to Ann
Arbor later this week.
Tomson said the reason that
the house burned so quickly was
because the wood paneling on
the walls had been painted
over, making it extremely vola-
tile to fire.
The three-bedroom house at
2672 Easy St. was almost com-
pletely gutted but Ms. Postill
said they will probably rebuild
on the same site.
The house was insured.
Syran
troops
enter,

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If the amendment does pass ulated that te fire was related
she said a re-evaluation of the to the threats. (Postill was de-
modes of life Will be necessary feated by Tom Minick in the
andew waylofe i nkingssary November general elections.)
and new ways of thinking will Tomson said, however, there
have to develop, has been "no indication of spe-
She said women will have to cific threats" since the end of
prepare themselves to become the campaign.
ARSON WAS ruled out be-
a part of the male world. Nord-
by sees both parents taking MED SCHOOL BIAS
care of children and said chil--__E___CHOO____A__
dren sho-ld be reared as peo-
ple whose careers depend on High Co
ability instead of sex.

wife, Sally, was about to take
a bath when she smelled smoke
E and looked out the bathroom
door and saw the living room
and kitchen in flames.
Ms. Postill and boarder Eric
Johnson were the only people
occupying the house at the time
I of the fire. Both managed to

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TUBINGEN EXCHANGE
FELLOWSHIP
The LS&A Office of Study Abroad announces the dead-
line for application materials for the Graduate Ex-
change Fellowship program with Tubingen University
in the Federal Republic of Germany. The scholarship
provides approximately $300 per month for 10 months.
Two scholarships are awarded annually. Interested
graduate students in all fields are urged to apply by
January 14, 1977. A good command of German is
necessary, preference is given to students who have
completed the M.A. degree. Contact Sam Wheelis,
LS&A Office of Study Abroad, International Center,
603 E. Madison for details.

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schools at U. Cs nine cam-
poses.
Attorneys for Bakke, who first
applied for admission at U. C.
Davis int1973, had urged the
justices to leave intact the
state court order. "To ask
him (Bakke) to wait even long-
er, given his present age, is to
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THE REGENTS said the un
versity's professional and grac
uate schools adopted specia
admissions programs "to brin
historically under - represente
minorities and ethnic group
into the mainstream of ou
country's educational and pr
fessional life." Minorities wer
defined by the regents a
blacks, Mexican -rAmericans
American Indians and Asians.
The university never denie
that race and ethnic origi
were factors in the special prc
gram, and conceded thati
could not prove Bakke woul
have been admitted if not f
the program.

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irt balks
deny substantially his oppor-
tunity to become a doctor," they
said.j
"It is Bakke's right not to be
discriminated against that is
the heart of this litigation,"
the would-be student's lawyers
argued.

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File now for University Housing Council Elections
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(Couzens, Stockwell, Mo-Jo)
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CENTRAL CAMPUS
(West Quad, Barbour, Newberry)
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For sure, the
only way to beat
this game,
is not to play it.
Billiards
at the
UNION

a BUT, OBSERVERS noted
o that the religious, social and
e political divisions that explod-
ed this tiny Arab country re-
.mained unsolved. The Syrian-
d occupation provided only the
rforce to prevent further fight-
ing, they said, leaving solution
o- of the problems for the future.
it The Syrian forces slated a
d takeover of Tripoli, 60 miles
o;north of Beirut, and of Sidon, 25
miles south, within the next
few days,. Arab League offic-
ials said.
This will complete their oc-
cupation of Lebanon except for
a stria along the southern bor-
der with Israel, regarded as a
danger zone -"iere Syrian
penetration,"k war with
the Jewish st-
The Syrian i 'ention force,
now numbering nearly 30,000, is
the striking fist of an Arab
League peace contingent order-
ed and financed by Arab kings
and presidents in two summit
conferences last month.

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ELECTIONS NOVEMBER 30, DECEMBER 1, 2
GET INVOLVED I
MSA Is Interviewing for Several Advisory and
Administrative Committees, Including:
INSURANCE COMMITEE: Will determine the
structure and policies of MSA's 1977 insurance
Program.
UNIVERSITY CELLAR BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Manages the affairs of the U. Cellar.

Ecumenical Campus Center
921 CHURCH
LUNCH (75c) is prepared and served by
Church Women Unitedr

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LUNCH-DISCUSSION TUESDAY, NOV. 16, NOON
"The History of the Thanksgiving
Celebration in the U.S.A."
Dr. A.K. Stevens
Professor Emeritus
Department of English Language and Literature
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ACADEMIC AFFAIRS:

Advising Vice - President

Rhodes on academic tprograms within the Univer-
sity.
CIVIL LIBERTIES BOARD: Advises the Administra-
tion on questions involving the Civil Rights of Stu-
dents within the University structure.
STUDENT RELATIONS: Advises the University on
student programs and development.
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