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The Michigan Daily-Saturday, May 13, 1978-Page 7

New housing director to be named soon
(Continued fromPage3) Hughes has been in the University tor of a dorm system at a large univer- picked by Johnson to include
Director Robert Hughes. system for 14 years. sity. faculty and administration
CALLING HUGHES "a strong inter- The search committee listed four The committeealso said it was tatives.
nal candidate," Johnson said, "You criteria for candidates. The committee seeking someone who appreciates the Committee members inclu(
would have to give him strong con- is primarily concerned that the can- degree to which academics and ad- Helen Tanner from the Housi
sideration, and we are doing so." didate have prior experience as a direc- ministrative services are interrelated tment; Leroy Williams, Mar
in Un i esit husin building director; Eddie BoY

student,
represen-
ide Ardis,
ng Depar-
kley Hall
professor

Lawmaker says 'U' study
proves tanker ban needed

In n1IVU5L y g. l
ACCORDING TO Ardis, the search
committee will receive applications un-
til the deadline of June 1. Members are
initiating further checks on a list of
possible finalists.
The search committee was hand-

of pharmacy; William Sturgis,
assistant to Vice President and Chief
Financial Officer James Brinkerhoff;
Sally Eibert, student; Elisa Levin,
student; and Frank Braun, German
professor emeritus.

LANSING (UPI) - A Detroit
lawmaker who was an early advocate
of banning tandem tankers yesterday
claimed the recent University study on
the vehicles proves a ban is necessary.
The study, released earlier this week,
concluded that the controversial trucks
are unstable but can be greatly im-
proved with certain modifications.
"THE STUDY proves that we have
been right all along in saying for the
last vear and a half that double bottom

A rash of fiery accidents last year in-
volving fuel-carrying tandems prom-
pted Gov. William Milliken to ban the
trucks from Detroit-area freeways
from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Legislation to
eventually ban gas-carrying tandems
statewide is pending in the state House.
LOSES POWER
DAVIS, Calif. (AP) - Whoever pin-
ched a stature of "Hotei" from a
Chinese restaurant here need not bring
it back.
"Tmntin da~ in h h rof n

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DAILY EARLY BIRO MATINEES - Adults $1.25
DISCOUNT IS FOR SHOWS STARTING BEFORE 1:30
MON. ttwu SAT. 10 A.M. tit 1:3a P.M. SUN. & aHOLS.12 Noon tit 1:30 P.M.

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EVENING ADMISSIONS AFTER 5:00, $3.50 ADULTS
Monday-Saturday 1:30-5:00, Admission $2.50 Adult and Students
Sundays and Holidays 1:30 to Close, $3.50 Adults, $2.50 Students
Sunday-Thursday Evenings Student & Senior Citizen Discounts
Children 12 And Under, Admissions $1.25

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kers are unsafe," said Rep. Dennis stolen Hotei," said restaurant owner
rtel (D-Detroit). "The study said George Gee. A Hotei that has been TICKET SALES
uble bottoms are 40 per cent as safe "tampered with," that is stolen and
single bottoms." returned, would no longer "project 1. TiCeets sold no sooner than 30 minutes
[ertel criticized the study for im- good vibes," he explained. prior to showtine.
ing there is a safety trade-off bet- Hotei is a mythical figure which is 2. No tickets sold later than 15 minutes
en allowing modified tandems to considered a symbol of good luck and ' after showtime.
orate and forcing the use of more good health in the Orient.
igle tankers by ordering all tandems The statue, which had been bolted to
the road. He also blasted its recom- the front wall of the restaurant, is the
ndation that no new legislation be fourth statue that has disappeared in
acted. seven years, Gee said.
EPA calls PBB pit 12:4
safe; residents balk :45
(ContinuedfromPage3) S..9nu orters ofV der's cmmittee are l i RIIDI AlAN RATKC
pBILL CLAYBURJR ALAN.iZ BAES-

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across the road that flattened the tires
on passing vehicles.
Regional EPA officials declared the
three-acre burial pit safe on the basis of
findings by an EPA inspection team
that visited the site last Friday. They
recommended that EPA Administrator
Douglas Costle refrain from invoking
emergency measures that would halt
construction of the pit.
The state Supreme Court earlier this
week temporarily delayed the burial of
any cattle, in a show-cause action that
had been sought by the Oscoda County
PBB Action Committee, which has

opposed to the burial of farm animals
that were destroyed because of con-
tamination by the toxic fire retardant
poly-brominated biphenyls. The com-
mittee believes a better solution to the
problem would be incineration. Yoder
said area residents are upset over the
EPA decision and that though the
committee is on record against violence
"there's no telling what individuals will
do."
Also yesterday the Department of
Natural Resources said it has found no
evidence that Michigan's whitetail deer
herd has been tainted by PBB.

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ordinated the protests, in a show- An intense statewide testing program R-RICHARD D R EY F USS
use action. was ordered last year after PBB - the N * MARSHA MASON
contaminant which devastated NWU 4
THE EPA REPORT "was based Michigan's dairy industry after it was
rely on data gathered from state inadvertently mixed with cattle feed -
cords and no actual samples of clay was found in one deer.
re taken back," Yoder said. "As far That remains an isolated and still
considering the area . .. we feel mysterious incident, DNR officials 1
ey did not take into account that the said. No other PBB-tainted animals
is over a water shed." were found in 100sampled. 4:15
7:00
CINEMA II
SATURDAY, MAY 13
BED AND BOARD
Director-FRANCOIS TRUFFAUT, 1970
A comical andl endearing story about a young married
couple learning to live together. Actor Jean-Pierre Leaud 1:00
marries the woman of his dreams and is enchantingly
disillusioned. One of Truffaut's most sensitive and charm- 3:30
ing films. "The best Truffaut in years."-Judith Crist. s 63
Aud. A- Angell Hall, 7:30 & 9:30, $1.50 KErH CARRADINE 9:00
-' 'Thuirs. Mdy T8th: Ahimation Night SUSAN SARANDON

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