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Sun Day reflects energy needs
(Continued from Page another form o solar energy, known as bus with a methane generator that plained Americans should also
provides one-fifth of the total "passive solar energy," by designing operates on chicken manure, use wood, hydro-electric pow
energy, according to Oharenko, buildings so that they have basically coal as sources of energy.
used mainly to heat and cool southern exposures, thus using sunlight OHARENKO stressed that although "We were caught short this
, and solar devices for this pur- to its best possible advantage. - Sun Day is designed to promote solar with dependence on coal," c
gave already been implemented in Other forms of alternative energy energy, it is not suggesting that solar Oharenko. "We needa good mix
hoses. awill be promoted today, as well. At energy become the sole source of According to Oharenko, pe
TER-HEATING system costs Michigan State University, students energy in the future. now looking for energy sources
$2,000 to install, estimated will pedal a stationary bicycle to "It certainly will not bepracticalona not pollute and that are dep
nko, but she added that fuel from charge a battery that will operate a large scale, as far as we can see, for which means there is no threat
n is free after the initial invest- loudspeaker for their "Sun Day School" producing electricity - and electricity being cut off, as in the oil embar
teach-in. One of their displays will be a is necessary," said Oharenko. She ex-
hitects have been employing
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of Princeton, New Jersey, which gives
When ETS notified law schools of the
high percentage of scores above 650, it
attributed the increase to a greater
number of difficult questions and thus
more opportunity for the above-
average student to score higher.
WHITE COMPARED the LSAT tu a
high jump contest where the bar nad
previously been five feet from the
"We were trying to add questions at
the 6-foot and 7-foot level. The better
jumpers had more opportunities on
average to do better," White said.
Test writers constantly re-work the
test to insure that the questions are not
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the ruling would not affect the present
law. "That industry is not set off from
car factories or any other industry"
confined to a specific area, the mayor
THE ORDINANCE limiting display
was separated from the zoning or-
dinance after extensive controversy,
and received Council's preliminary
sanction in February. Belcher included
it on Monday night's agenda, but he
removed it at the last minute.
The mayor said, "I'm not satisfied
with some definitions, specific aspects
of it and whether it can be enforced."
He added that he thinks there are
already too many laws and he does not
want to add one that may not be enfor-
ceable, or excessively expensive to en-
Belcher said he is also unsure of the
constitutionality of the law and that it
might be more useful to deal with the
situation on a volunteer basis.
"I might just send a letter to
everybody asking them to put those
materials on the top shelf," the mayor
proposed. Heconcluded that results qre
S.hisgoal.andit isn't "a big deal" to gain
compliance fromsstore owners.
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