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July 15, 1978 - Image 14

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Page 14-Saturday, July 15, 1978--The Michigan Daily
'U' cuts housing
(Continued from Page 3)
week, just in electricity," he reported. a lot of learning into a short period.
So far these consumption restrictions HOUSING OFFICIALS also have
have been employed only in Markley high hopes for a multi-faceted program
and parts of East Quad. These restric- still being drawn up aimed at reducing
tions are limited though, because of the consumption in student-occupied dorms
late start of the conservation program. during the academic year.
San Facon says he has had to condense "We're looking at a five to ten per
CSN play Pine Knob
(Continued from Page4)
session men from past solo ventures, reveling in every corny minute of it.
infused the sound with more hard- Low points were few. Several
hitting electricity than on the studio unreleased Nash songs were rather
versions, making songs like "Deja Vu" unexceptional, and "Guinevere," as
and "Carry On" (which unfortunately usual, was somewhat slow, long, and
did not include the slower second sec- heavy.
tion) among the concert's standouts. Holding the concert together was the
Other high points were "Wooden audience's obvious affection for the
Ships," which featured a sizzling elec- group. Everyone responded on cue to
tric solo by Stills, "Suite: Judy Blue Stills' mugging, the jokes that came
Eyes," and "Our House" and "Teach between numbers, and of course, to the
Your Children," two patented Nash- music. This unique and creative trio
hokey numbers that had the audience was as warm as the sun, and, apparen-
singing along with the choruses and tly, they're just about as durable.

energy wastes
cent quick reduction this year... it can standardized according to a
be done with very little commitment of or "foot-candle," scale.
additional monies and resources," said All remaining incandesc(
San Facon. There are no firm estimates will be converted to lumines
available on how much the long-term uses approximately one
program will cost, but San Facon said amount of electricity.
"it will cost a lot less than what we're Much of the machinery u
saving before the first year is over." It mitories will soon be control
is estimated that the long-term project clocks, which will automa
will save around $200,000 in its first equipment on and off.
year. Another portion of the c
One surprising finding of the surveys effort will be a series of not
is older buildings are more energy ef- the conservation of energy
ficient than newer ones. San Facon soon barrage students living
cited many of the apartment complexes sity housing. This "
on North Campus as the most wasteful Program" is being staffed
University structures, and said that the teers from the Housing Off
Law Quad and West Quad were notably handbooks, given to all dorm
efficient. will this year contain a sec
IN THE DORMS, much of the wise uses of energy.
program is centered around un- THERE ARE PLANS h
necessary use of lights. Besides a ranging program which wo
strong effort to get dorm-dwellers to testing and replacement
keep lights shut off when not needed, heating units, increased ins
the Housing Office will begin more detailed surveys. But
regulating lighting. Depending on the concedes much more work iv
use of the individual light, they will be far off in the distant future.

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