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Page 6--Wednesday, May 2, 1979-The Michigan Daily

While ou were awa.. .
(Continuedfrom Pagel "The classroom and the playing fields, ministration agrees strongly with However, thep
"detrimental to students unable to the libraries and the dormitories federally enforced principles such as bor's airport is on
receive a loan elsewhere." provide numerous opportunities for equal employment opportunity, em- a localizer, whi
Berry said that the subcommittee learning how to get along with one ployee health and safety, and equal op- navigational aid
members paid attention to her, but she another. It is difficult, if not altogether portunity for women in athletics, "At down the center4
wasn't sure how effective the testimony impossible, to view other human beings some point, every principle becomes the aircraft up fo
was. "We listened to a lot of people as objects or as inferiors, because they too expensive - in terms of other weather conditioi
before us. The committee has to ap- are different from ourselves, when we values - to be pushed farther." also include an ap
propriate a lot of money, not just for study together, work together, and play As a result, said Smith, University vertical guide sco
financial aid," she said. together." administrators are often forced to tell "The ILS is a r
- ---------In addition, Hufstedler explored the federal bureaucracies "We are not and would mak
history of the women's rights against your program, but you have operational durin
Commencement movement and the result technological passed the point of balance, and we Yates.
Last Saturday 5,800 University change has had on women's par- have other values which must catch up IN ADDITION,
students participated in commen- ticipation in the labor force. before we go further on your single supplies, maintai
cement exercises where the keynote Hufstedler was one of three recipien- principle." equipment of the
speaker was Judge Shirley Hufstedler. ts of honorary degrees at the University Smith also noted that governmental the partial ILS
"We are moving toward concepts of commencement exercises, intervention in the management of $225,000 for the 1
true equality in the opportunities for ---------- universities has increased "enor- for the approach l
men and women, but we are not there . * mously" in recent years. He urged his "There is only
yet. The inequities will not disappear Smith speaks audience to take steps to reverse the there's a lot of con
either with or without the passage of the tendency of increased governmental in- of the country so
Equal Rights Amendment. Enactment at Law School tervention, which he described as method to assess
of the ERA is primarily symbolic," said Federal bureaucracies, by deman- "inimical to the cause of scholarship." the biggest need,'

proposal for Ann Ar-
ly for a partial ILS or
ch is an electronic
that sends a signal
of the runway to line
r landing during poor
ns. The system would
proach light but not a
isk avoidance system
e the airport more
g the year," explained
Yates said the FAA
ns, and installs all the
e system. The cost of
would be $370,000;
localizer and $145,000
so much budget and
mpetition with the rest
there has to be some
things like who has
" maintained Yates.

Hufstedler, who became the highest-
ranking woman judge in the country
when she was appointed to the U.S.
Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit at
Los Angeles in 1969.
Hufstedler maintained that the im-
portant part that colleges and univer-
sities play in times of social transition.

ding adherence to strict requirements,
may be choking universities' mission of
"independent scholarship," University
Interim President Allan Smith said
Sunday at the Law School's annual
Honors Convocation, Sunday.
Speaking to 300 law students, Smith
said although the University ad-

ILS system
The Ann Arbor Municipal Airport,
which has been in operation for 51
years, has qualified for an Instrument
Landing System (ILS) which would aid
planes during marginal weather con-
ditions, but the question still remains
whether the system will be installed.
"The Ann Arbor Municipal Airport
doesn't want the system," said Louis
Yates, the Great Lakes.Regional Plan-
ning officer for the Federal Aviation
Administration (FAA).
HOWEVER, Mayor Louis Belcher
could not be reached for comment on
the ILS proposal.
According to Yates, two factors must
be considered before an airport can
have an ILS installed: The amount of
landing activity that goes on at the air-
port, and the length of the runways.
ONE OF THE Municipal Airport's
two runways is 3,500 feet, which is the
FAA's published flinimum runway
length requirement for the installation
of a full ILS. The full ILS includes both
a horizontal and vertical guide scope
and an approach light.

Park receives
An environmental impact statement
concerning a possible park near Dexter
received negative comments from the
Regional Clearing House Review
Committee, which voted to turn down a
report prepared by the U.S. Depar-
tment of Interior's Heritage Conser-
vation and Recreation Service.
The Mill Creek Metropark proposal
was first submitted for federal funding
approval in 1972. The recently submit-
ted report was a final phase for the
project, said Dan Duncan, park plan-
ner. However, the Southeast Michigan
Council of Governments (SEMCOG)
turned down the report on the basis that
issues such as water quality im-
plications, social and economic im-
plications, the modification of the Flet-
cher Road/I-94 interchange and
declining energy resources were not
adequately addressed -in the report.
"The project is not down," said Dun-
can. The statement will be sent back to
Washington for final review.


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