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Ihursday, February 19, 1976

Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

t THE UNIVERSITY
ACTIVITIES CENTER (U A C)
is seeking qualified people to fill
Senior Office positions for 1976-1977
* President
* Coordinating Vice-President
e Public Relations Vice-President
* Chief Financial Officer
Please stop by UAC
2nd floor, Michigan Union
for an application
Deadline for Application is Feb. 20th

UAC computer helps lonely
students out of dating rut

By DAVID WHITING 1
Students have all experienced
the fun and games of matching'
their course schedules with
CRISP's electronic gizmo. Now,
for the first time, University
affiliates can also use a com-
puter to match themselves with
a date.
For three bucks a shot UAC
is sponsoring this unique event
in which they guarantee three to
15 dates. Indiana University's
computer will be used for the
date match and not CRISP's.
WHILE dates are guaranteed,
or your money back, satisfaction
is not. Steve Danzig, an Indiana
University student who has con-
ducted the computer date match
in other college towns and ap-

proached UAC with the idea,
c h o r t 1 e s, "Computers can't
really match people!"
'If you're looking for 'Mr.
Right' you're not going to find
him," Danzig says, smiling
through his thick beard and long
hair. "I mean through a com-
puter, you gotta be kidding."
"Some people are going to
hate their dates," Danzig glee-
fully admits. "Some will say, I
had a real dog'."
BUT Danzig and his punch
card cohorts do their best to
compatibly match the appli-
cants, who must be 18years or
older and either a University
student or staff member. Each
romantic hopeful must fill out
an extensive questionnaire aim-
ed at making the date the best
possible.
Besides asking for sex, race,
height and weight, the computer
date form includes questions
concerning the participant's at-
titudes on such controversial
matters as bridge, backgammon
and sexual intercourse.
The lonelyhearts are asked
their reactions to such state-
ments as:
-"Two single people who are
only strongly physically at-
tracted to each other should
have intercourse as often as they

like";
-"Whten you fall head-over-
heels -in-love it's sure to be the:*
real thing";
-"I am going to college be-
cause my parents urged me";
and Y
-"I would be reluctant to be-
come friends with a homosexual
of my own sex."
ALTHOUGH the date match
covers many topics including r s.
homosexuality, it is only geared
for the heterosexually inclined.
But even if an applicant is * f
overly obnoxious to his or her
matches, the participants are;s.
protected, Danzig claims. a
''We don't give last names or
addresses and you can easily
determine who's calling you be-
cause you have a list of yourh }F'
matches," he points out. What .:..,.
the people get for their money
is a list of their matches' first a° .
names or pseudonymns and AP Photo
phone numbers.
Once the match lists are sent Peekaboo
out in the mail all records are
destroyed,, Danzig points out. A pair of felines glares suspiciously at a curious outsider disrupting their peace and quiet.
"It's a one shot deal," he The cats' rather cramped residence is located in the Harry Dute house in Elyria, Ohio.
said. "After it's over you'll never__
hear from us again."

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CIRCULATION - 764-0558
COMPLAINTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS
10 a.m.-4 p.m.
CLASSIFiED ADS - 764-0557
10 a.m.-4 p.m.
DEADLINE FOR NEXT DAY-12:00 p.m.
DISPLAY ADS -764-0554
MONDAY thru FRIDAY-9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Deadline for Sunday issue-
WEDNESDAY at 5 p.m.
DEADLINE 3 days in advance by 3 p.m.
Thursday at 3 p.m. for Tuesday's paper

UAC EXPECTS to have some
4,000 forms before the Feb. 27
deadline and if past experience
is any indication the Cupid-
playing computer should be
busy. Michigan State University,
Indiana University and Purdue

Senate approves foreign aid
proposal limiting sale of arms

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University each submitted over
4,000 questionnaires in the past
few years.
Danzig says, "The key to why
it's been so successful is be-
cause it's so stupid."
Applications for the eager
beavers are available at the!
UAC office. Forms-for those
who can stand waiting-will alsoI
appear in the Feb. 22 Daily.
-- - - - - - -

WASHINGTON (A) - The'
Senate yesterday passed a $4.4-
billion foreign military aid bill)
tightening congressional control
over mounting U.S. arms sales
to foreign nations.
The final vote was 60 to 30,
sending the measure to the
Hose, where a similar bill is
nearing final committee action.
SEN. HUBERT Humphrey (D-

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THURSDAY, Feb. 19-7:30 p.m.
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Minn.), floor manager of the
Senate measure, called it "the
most significant revision of
legislative authorities for for-
'eign military assistance and
sales since enactment of the:
mutual security act more than
a giiarter of -a century ago."
It requires the executive
branch to notify Congress of
-onosals for commercial or k
g ,.ernment sales of major
weaions and any arms exportsI
in a-"nts of $25 million or
mare. It allows Congress to dis-
approve the sales by majority
1-'te Hboth chambers within
30) days.
Princinal assistance will go to
Middle East co'mtries, with Is-
ree earmarked for grants and
"radits slmorti-g $2.2 billion in
US: Pr""s imnorts.
THE BILL includes $3.05 bil-
1in in direct military aid to
o-, rc ow tries, as well as
$S 35 billion in loa guarantees.
The Se-ate defeated, 70 to 21,
a' a'meiment by Sen. John
Tower (R-Tex.) to strike out
nrq-isions aimed at co'intries
s "id to be violating human
rights, practicing political im-
nrisonment and tortuire.

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The Tower amendment would
have eliminated the bill's provi-
sion for establishment of a new
Office of Civil Rights in the
'State Department to report to
Congress on human rights obser-
vance practices of nations re-
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TOWER SAID a cutoff of aid
could "turn nations away from
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reveals
on ife
(Continued from Page 1)
"They t a lk ed of having
friends?" asked Bailey.
"Yes," she said.
Even after their arrest last
Sept. 18, Hearst said, Ms. Har-
ris threatened her. "She told
me I'd better not talk to my
lawyers and thatif I said any-
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