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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, October 19 197 5

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, October 19, 1973

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DEC.GRADS:
To attend Commence-
ment, you must order a
cap and gown, by Nov.14
at
university cellar.

CENTICORE
RIOT SALE
EVERYTHING in the store
prided at 15% LESS than
this time next year.
CENTICORE
Bookshops
336 MAYNARD ST.
1229 S. UNIV.

FIRST DISBURSAL:
ILocal Motion gives
$960 to agencies

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At home in

the stadium

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C RAVEL MICH. UNION 763-214
Thanksgiving Flights to
NEW YORK
Depart-NOVEMBER 25, 26 f
SPECIAL FARE-only $79.73
BOSTON
Depart-November 25,26r
SPECIAL FARE-only $89.73z
Sign uo deadline-October 24 f
Flights arrive at La Guardia r
Ask about our special fares<
for Christmas flights (
For more information, call us at 763-2147
OR
Come to 2nd floor--MICHIGAN UNION

By GLEN ALLERHAND
In its first disbursement meet-
ing ever, Local Motion yester-
day passed a proposal allocating
$980 to three community service
organizations-Drug Help, Chil-
dren's Community Center (CCC)
and Community Center Project
(CCP).
The proposal was accepted at
the end of a marathon meeting
.n which various member groups
of Local Motion participated.
Representatives offered sev-
eral options for approval, and
the version that eventually pass-
ed earmarked $400 for CCC, $200
for CCP, and $380 for Drug'Help.
A NON-PROFIT organization,
Local Motion came into full op-
eration last February; its pur-
pose according to co-ordinator
Mike McCormick, is to "educate
the community about basic hu-
man needs of low and middle
income people."
Local Motion funds 31 com-
munity service groups through
a voluntary two per cent sales
tax collected at over 40 retal
outlets in the city.
SEleC.Typewriter
rentals
AT university cellar

"We've collected $8,000 since
February," said McCormick.
"The $980 we allocated was left
over after our operational ex-
penses."
UNDER THE rules of the or-
ganization, a fund disbursement
meeting is held every six
months.
Proclaiming yesterday's ses-
sion a "success," McCormick
added that we "still have a long
way to go."
In discussion after the pro-
posal was passed, the groups
involved generally concurred
with McCormick's appraisal.
DON LAU, another Local Mo-
tion co - ordinator, remarked,
"We were prepared for the on-
slaught of what happened today,
but in the future, I hope we'll
have tighter proposals."I
Before the vote.tally was defi-
nite, Lau said, "I think for our
first disbursement, it would be
nice to have a unanimous vote.
But if it's not going to happen,
it's not going to happen." The
vote ran 15 to 3.
The three g r o u p s getting
money will receive their funds
on November 1,

(Continued from Page 1)
As the maintenance director
for all the major athletic arenas
Archie Corzine, along with his
family, has lived in Unversity-
owned houses for a number of
years-the last two at their cur-
rent stadium address.
AND ALTHOUGH the view,
punctured by both the stadium
structure and the big fence,
leaves something to be desired,
"It's better than our previous
(University-owned) house over
on State St.," Wanda insists.
"There all you could see was a
brick fence."
But all things considered, on
game days Wanda still tries to
be absent. "I don't like foot-
ball," she explains. "I love
hockey, but the football crowds
are rude and inconsiderate."
If she must, Wanda shuts the
windows tight and busies herself
around the house. "But if I can,
I leave by ten," she says.

feels the family's
proved a strong
vandalism.
"Although the h
occupied for a nu:
before we moved
were not kept lo
body was really r
keeping watch o'
until we came," s

presence has -I invite you to sit down on
deterrent to the field." answers Wanda.
And, as long as no toilets jam
ouse has been and no eager spectators cut
mber of years holes in the fences, Archie,
in, the gates along with two men from his
acked and no- maintenance crew stayed glued
responsible for to their free seats in the box,
ver the place watching the game and munch-
she explains. ing on hot dogs.3
"I love football, I haven't

"THEY thought they were
stuck there for the night, so of
course they wandered over to
the house," he adds.
"And I was upstairs," inter-
rupts his mother, "All of a sud-
den I hear all these people
noinding on the outside of the
house and yelling 'let us out'-
it startled me."
"But thev were just a bunch
of kids from Pioneer," adds
Denny, "I knew them all, I came
along and just unlocked the gate
-they went pouring out."

"YEP, IF she waits till after
then she won't make it out,"
nods her husband solemly. "And
even if she does go out, she
can't return until after five,
when we can get the car back
Although security guards prowl
the grounds after dark, Wanda

Can you balance your check book?
Are you honest, dependable & trustworthy?
If the answer to both these questions is yes, then we
need you to guard $52,000 of student money as
SGC TREASURER!
INTERVIEWS WILL BE HELD OCT. 23 AND 24. Stop by Student Govern-
ment Council offices, 3909 Michigan Union to pick up an application and
sign up for an interview.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CALL: 763-3241

"PEOPLE WILL do anything
just to get inside the stadium,"
continues Wanda. "They cut
holes inside the fence, slide inj
the fence, slide under the!
fence ."
"And they bang on the fence
too," adds her husband. "They
come around and stand out
there hollering in front of the
house, 'Let me in!' "
But for the more courteous
visitors who come to pay h'm-1
age to the midwest's monument
to football, Archie maintains a
somewhat different attitude.
"THEY'LL BE down by main
gate waiting, and I'll be out-
side. If I'm not too busv I11
let them in once in a while-
but I don't make a practicel
of it."
The occasional intruder i only
a minorannovance compareddto
the hoards of humanity that de-
sce"d on game day, according
to Wanda.
"People come in and lay
their blankets on the lawn andr
smoke some pot. Some come up
and ask to use the bathroom."
she explains. "But I don't think
it's nearly as bad being in
the house as in the stands."
"For a hundred thousand fans
they're not bad," counters herJ
husband.
"BUT you're in the Press box
KOSHER DE
AND MOVIE'
Movie:
Israeli Movie with
ALICE LLOYDI
SUNDAY, OCT
$2.00 F
WHAT WOULC
PROFESSOR A
OF CHEATING 0
If you're an LSA stude
have a hearing before t-
LSA Acader
The Judiciary handles mostc
ploaerism in the Colleqie,a
the most important committee
The Judiciarv is composedo
members. However, the LSA
currently fillina four vacants

missed a home game in the last'
six years," boasts Archie.
ASKED what special prob-
lems a game like Ohio State

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contest would create Archie,...;
shakes his head, "none really,
more crowds perhaps but it's [)w;', Off irh Bulletin
pretty much the same routine
every time."
"That's one day I'm definite- Sunday, October 19
lv leaving, says Wanda firmly, Day Calendar
"I don't know just where I'll go TV Ctr.: The Icon and the Story,
yet but I'll go. WWJ Tv, channel 4, noon.
As next-door neighbors to WUOM: States of the Union, bi-
As extdoo nighors tocentennial series, featured state,
Crisler arena, the Corzines are Vermont, 1 pm.
also occasionally disturbed by Grad Outing: Hiking, meet, N.
rock fans as well as sport fans. Entry, Rackham. 1:30 pm.
MusicalScey ataGaa
"After the Arrowsmith con- Dncers.Pociet 3 pmarthaGraham
cert last year," explains 16- Music School: Faculty Chamber
year-old son Denny, "about 200 Concert. Rackham And., 4 pm.
people went out the wrong doors WUOM: Special, "Ragtime and
I All that Jazz with Hazen Scbumach-
at Crisler and ended up locked er,. 91.7 MHz, i0 pm.
inside the stadium." Monday, October 20
.___---WUOM: Shila Stewart, WUSF, "A
STARSHIP REACHES TOP Portrait of Gertrude Lawrence," 10
am.
FOR FIRST TIME Ctr. Near Eastern & N. African
SAN FRANCISCO P) - Studies: Bag lunch, s'Research on
Modern Arabic." Loraine Obler,
For the first time since Jeffer- Commons -m.. Lane Hall, noon.
son Airplane, now Jefferson, Journalism: Harry S. Ashmore.
Starship, started 10 years ago, "Public Relations of Peace," w.
it hs aNo. alum o th'heConf. Rm.'. Rackham, 3:30 pm.
it has a No. 1' album on the Macromolecular Research Ctr.:
Irecord industry magazines' "Phase Separation in Block Co-
best-selling charts. It is "Red polymers and Polymer Mixtures,"
IOctopus." 1200 Chem., 4 pm.
Physics: A. Chodos, MIT, "Re-
The group was close once be- cent Progress of the Bag Model,"
fore, in 1968, when "Surrealistic 2038 Randall Lab, 4:15 pm.
Pillow" was No. 2 in the coun- Project Community: Peter Wex-
try. At that time, the Beatles' ton, Ken Cockrell, "Historical Per-
spective of Criminal Justice", Lee-
"Sergeant Pepper" was No. 1 ture Rm. 2. MLB, 7:30 pm.
for a long time. Muasic Schoo1: DMA organ recital,
H. Taylor. Hill Aud., 8 pm; Com-
posers' Forum, Recital Hall. 8 pm.
ICareer Planning & Placement
DINNER3200 suit, 764-7456
LIRecruiting on campus: Oct. 22:
/ THEProcter & Gamble. Union Oil Co. &
ON THE HILL Institute for Paralegal Training.
Oct. 2: Conn. Mutual Life Ins..
SA A HLewis & Clark Law Sch., Purdue U./
SALLAH Krannert Grad. S. of Mgt., & U.
Englsh ~of Notre Dame/Law.
h English Subtitles Oct. 27: N. Y. b./Grad Sch. of
Bus., Abraham & Straus.
n Oct. 28: Columbia U Grad Sch. of
DINING ROOM Bus., Internal Revenue Service, &
U.-S. Marine Corps
Oct. 29: Prudential Life Ins.
Oct. 30: world Bank, ,& North-
western Grad. Sch. of Mgt.
OR ALL Pre-law conference - Tuesday,
Oct. 21. 10:00 am to 3:00 pm., 2nd
floor of Michigan Leagute. Admis-
sions officers from over thirty U. S.
- Law Schools will provide informa-
tion on programs, financial aid,
curriculum, and admission require-
ments. All stud ents and faculty
~ HA PEN F Aare cordially invited.
Summer Placement
CCUSED YOU 3200 SAB, 763-4117
Aentionstudents: It'isthat time
)N AN EXAM ??? of year again when you should
strike up a friendship with your
Suammer Placement; Office. Before
nt, you would probably you are aware of it deadlines will
he come up, employers are here to in-
terview, state and national park ap-
icplications are due. If you're a sea-
~ ~I Itl insoned student re-register. if new,
n 1C J diciar come learn the ropes and get ao-
qualnted.

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interview at the LSA Student Government office-Room
4001 Michiqan Union.
DEADLINE FOR APPLYING IS MONDAY,
OCT. 20, 1975 at 3:00 p.m.

THE MICHIGAN DAIL.Y
Volume LXXXVI, No. 40
Sunday, October 19, 1975
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HOMECOMING!

Oct. 20-25

TUESDAY:
PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW BEGINS .. . .................... . .... . .......... Union Ballroom
WEDNESDAY:
LOGGINSAND MESSINA........ .......................... Crisler Arena, 8:00p.m.
JUDGING OF PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW ........................ Union Ballroom, 8:00 p.m.
GREEK NIGHT AT BIMBO'S For Charity ............................Bimbo's, 8:00 p.m.
THURSDAY:
PEP RALLY . ... . ... . . ...... ....... ......... ...... Sigma Chi Fraternity, 8:00 p.m.
FRIDAY:
TELEPHONE BOOTH STUFFING CONTEST............. . .....Diag, 12-2:00 p.m.
BEER CHUGGING CONTEST ....... ............................. Diag, 12-2:00 p.m.
WUOM OPEN HOUSE ..................... 4th Floor L.S. and A. Building II, 7:00 p.m.
MORRIS AND BOLCUM ........... ..................... Power Center, 8:30 p.m.
SATURDAY:
UAC-HOMECOMING BICYCLE RACE . . ............... . .............Central Campus
MUDBOWL GAME.. . .......... . ............ Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity, 10:00 a.m.
WUOM OPEN HOUSE .. ............................L. S. and A. Building, 10-12:00
LAWN DISPLAY JUDGING............................. . . ... 9:30 a.m.

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