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Page Five

Saturday, August 7, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, August 7, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five

Cohabitation: The alleged issue Letters to The Daily
/D62// n Dirty Diag Big hole

1

DeGRIECK: Of course the
rule has never been and can
never be enforced.
(Continued from Page 4)
the administration was led to
overreact by those same stories.
Feldkamp's original statements
in the papers should have been
sufficient to deal with the prob-
lem. He stated that nothing had
actually changed, while steering
clear of the issues raised by De-
Grieck's quote - precisely the
line which the University was
compelled to follow.
NEVER TIHELESS, F 1 e m i n g
chose to resurrect the issue two
weeks later. Neither of the Uni-
versity's attempts to "set the re-
Letters to The Daily should
be mailed to the Editorial Di-
rector or delivered to M a r y
Rafferty in the Student Pub-
lications business office in the
Michigan Daily building. Let-
ters should be typed, double-
spaced and normally should
not exceed 250 words. The
Editorial Directors reserve the
right to edit all letters sub-
mitted.
cord straight" by issuing state-
ments to the media succeeded,
however. The story only ap-
peared in the papers again
when, two weeks later, a com-
ment by an administrator that
some donors had ceased their
DIAL 8-6416
Today at 1:10, 3, 5, 7, 9 P.M.
YOU MUST BE 18 OR OLDER
PROOF OF AGE REQUIRED
ALL SEATS $2.50
THE UNPUBLISHABLENOVEL
IS NOWAMERICA'S
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FLEMING: We will do every-
thing in our power . . .
contributions produced a hot
new angle.
The media blitz that time
was almost overwhelming, but
official administration response
was confined to Feldkamp's re-
iteration of his original state-
ment.
Had Fleming desired the fo-
rum he was apparently seeking
at the time of the Regents'
meeting, he could have seized
the second bout of stories as
an opportunity for one. How-
ever, no official pronouncement
of any kind was forthcoming
from him, and so it seems that,
for the time being at least, he
is content with allowing t h e
matter to die of its own accord.
Overall, the picture which
emerges is one of the news me-
dia, on one hand, adroitly ex-
ploiting sex to sell newspapers,
and the administration, on t h e
other, flailing at targets which
it either could not or dared not
hit.
Feldkamp emerged as a level-
headed administrator, who
managed to maintain his cred-
ibility by not denying at any
time that the rule had been eli-
minated. Fleming, in his at-
tempt to backtrack and say that

To The Daily:
OF THE PAST TEN years I
have lived intermittently six in
Ann Arbor, and I have always
thought with pride of It.
Attending this year's Art Fair
I was shocked when I saw how
filthy and uncared-for the Diag-
onal looked. I can only hope thati
this neglect and abuse was due to
the influx of outsiders during the
Fair.
However, if this should be. a
false hope, I would appreciate if
the proper authorities would re-
mind those guitar strumming,
singing flower children that it is
their earth, their campus they are
besmirching. If this is an example
of what the new freedom of their
life style does to envtronment and
personal appearance, then please
give me back what that much-
maligned establishment did offer.
A former citizen of Ann Arbor
July 30
THINK ECOLOGY: Glass
for recycling can be bought to
the Arborland recycling st a -
tion, northwest corner of the
parking lot behind Ward's. The
center is open Sunday-Thurs-
day, 10:00-5:30. Glass should be
separated by color, with a 11
caps and rings removed.

To The Daily:
WE THINK IT quite appropri-
ate that the Moon Chapter of the
University Alumni Club named a
big hole (crater) after the Uni-
versity.
Michael D. McGuire, '71 Law
John A. Watts, '72 Law
August 5
* Campus location
'2&3 Bedrooms (1 Baths)
I Furnished and
fully carpeted
-Air-conditioned
"Vacuum cleaner for
every apt
*Dishwasher and disposa
-Parking
.r.,,,in r Frmiilm

FELDKAMP: We'll send out
the letters and watch the
wastebaskets fill.
"the rule" would be enforced,
comes off less favorably.
THE ONLY winners of the
controversy 'are the various
stringers who profited through
publication of their stories and
those who managed to stay on
the sidelines and derive a some-
what voyeuristic pleasure from
it all. The losers are the Uni-
versity itself, both in terms of
money and prestige, and t h e
credibility of Robben Fleming,
its president.
Ironically enough, everyone
around the University - and
that includes President Flem-
ing - knows that despite t he
furor, and the conciliating let-
ter and promises, nothing and
no one can stop people from
living as they please in the
dorms.
-J.M., R.B.
BLOW-VP
auditorium a-angell hal
TONIGHT
7 &r9:30 p.m.
ann arbor film cooperative

UNIVERSITY REFORMED CHURCH
1001 E. Huron
10:00 a.m.-"Discouragement,"
Calvin S. Malefyt.
7:00 p.m.-"Jesus as a Power Source,"
Paul W. Swets.
What-oesninriso -i - -crim
What goes on in prison is a crime.

ARM Michigan Film Society Ecumenical Campus Center
Louis Malle's film
Te L%; us
JEANNE MOREAU plays a provincial bourgeoise,
suffocating in a "good" marriage. Timidly, she
tries the diversions permitted her caste, but finds
them unsatisfying. Then, she meets and falls in
love with a young student. One long night they
make love. The next morning, she leaves her hus-
band, her house, her class, her cars, her fashion-
able afternoons, her friends.
"Louis Malle has created the cinema's first
night of love." -Francois Truffaut
"This beautiful, rare film is the outstanding
one to see."-Jean Genet, in NEW YORKER
in the fine film series
7:30 SATURDAY 9:30
ONE NIGHT ONLY
1st BAPTIST CHURCH, 502 E. Huron
off State
$1 contribution free coffee limited free parking
Tuesday, Aug. 10 dollar double-bill,
JOHN FORD'S classic
The Informer
and
Jack London's
The Sea Wolf
First Presbyterian Church-1432 Washtenaw Ave.
coming: Last Poets' film ... and Godard September

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