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Wednesday, June 11, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Wednesday, June 11, (975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

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Women win sports
award eligibility

(Continued from Page 8)
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TYPING, editing, cassette tran"-
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10 p.m. cJtc
MOVING
Low rates. 663-7690 or 668-8807.
r,125
SUBLET
JULY-AUGUST - Two-bedroom bi-
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Women in spacious 4-man apart-
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58U614
AVAILABLE now through Aug. 30-
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Call 761-2559. 63U617
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(Continiued from Page 1)
p-layer for the Green Bay Pack-
ers, cast the sole dissenting vote
during last night's closed door
meeting.
Following the meeting, Marie
Hartwig, associate director for
women's intercollegiate ath-
letics, emphatically stated that
she was extremely pleased with
the Board's action:
After the .first discussion of
this issue at the Board's April
meeting, William Mazer, presi-
dent of the University "M" Club
- an alumni honor club for let-
termen - kicked off a major
letter-sending campaign with
hopes of preventing the action
taken last night.
IN A PLEA sent to the club's
3,000 members, Mazer urged the
lettermen "to write a letter to
the Board of Control express-
ing vour feelings.
"Your 'M' Club is extremely
concerned with the possibility
that the Board might vote the
same "M" for women's sports
as it has for the man," wrote
Mazer. "I am sure you will rea-
lize how serious it would be for
the yellow 'M' to be awarded
for, synchronized swimming,
softball and so forth. It would
make the award worthless in
my opinion and obviously in the
opinions of the coaches whose
letters are attached."
The letters Mazer had en-
closed with his own were writ-
ten by University football coach
Bo Schembechler, and basket-
ball coach John Orr.
SCHEMBECHLER contended
that deliverance of the award
to female athletes would "min-
imize the value of the 'M' in
the eyes of not only our players
but the public who places such
a high value on it."
"I am the first to feel that
women should have an equal
award," continued Schembech-
ler. "I believe you should spend
the same amount of money on
the women's awards as you do
the men's, but I am absolutely
opposed, and my staff is abso-
lutely opposed, to an identical
award.

"I believe that if this comes
to pass we will very shortly
petition to change the award
for football, rather than give
identical awards for football
and women's sports."
ECHOING Schembechler's in-
dication that he would soon pe-
tition the Board, Coach Orr, in
a May 1 letter written to Ath-
letic Director Donald Canham,
stated "it wosld be bad for our
basketball program if the wo-
men's basketball team, for in-
stance, were to be awarded the
same 'M' as 'the men. It would
certainly minimize incentive,
and I think we might even con-
sider awarding another type of
award for our basketball team
if the 'M loses its stature."
However, when contacted at
his home following last night's
historic derision, Orr answered,
"I doubt it when asked if he
wOuld now undertake action to
change the men's basketball
award.
Although Orr maintained in
his letter that "it would be a
mistake if the womeir were to
be awarded the same yellow
block 'M' that the men have
been aspiring for for many,
many years," his stand has ap-
parentlv mellowed. He said last
night that he did not oppose the
action, bsst "thought the women
would rather have their own
award." My two daughters
thoight the same thing."
ROBIN and Jennifer Orr are
swimmers on the women's inter-
collegiate team.
One 'M' Club member, Den-
nis Sirosky, wrote Canham
threatening that "if such a
travesty occurs I will immedi-
ately return my 'M' award to
the Board, as it will have be-
come meaningless at t h a t
point."
Following the meeting, faculty
Board member Jack Goldberg
said, "It is my opinion that if
you were to poll the male ath-
letes on campus all of them
would favor giving women this
award. People who win them,
male or female, will cherish
them just as much as by any
former system."

f

Disadvantaged youth
offered summer jobs

(Continued from Page 3)
To be eligible, the applicant
must provide proof that he or
she is between the ages of 14
and 21. A birth certifizata, dr*v-
er's license or school I.D. card.
could be used, says 'Wirbasne.
Economic eligibility will be
met if a youth's family is on
public assistance, if he or she
is a ward of the court, or if the
applicant's family income fa:ts
below federal poverty ieves.
Under those guidelines, a fam-
By of four cannot have an nn-
come greater than $5,050, with
an increase of $820 for e a c h
additional family member. Pay
stubs, unemployment insurance
and social security reeipts can
establish economic- eligibility,
saysK mpsky.
POSSIBLE proofs of esidency
for both programs include driv-.
er's licenses, or sme form' of
identification with an address,
or at least .a icancelted 'nVelope
to that address.
Wiaborne emphasizes th t the
eligibiliy checkm: are run so-
ty so those who afe supposed to
receive the services Are getting
them. - Eligibility. cheUks a re
something .we're stuck with,"
says -Kerspeky, "They'r ass-
dated by the Labor Depart-
0ent." .

The seasonal jobs cover a
wide range of employment, in-
cluding everything from book-
keeping and clerical work to
tree trimming and gardening.
Most of the johs come from gov-
ernment noencies or non-profit
organizations.
TNSIDE Ann Arbor, "the two
biggest single contributors of
jobs were city hail and the Uni-
versity last year," Wisoorne
says. "We placed students in
1S departments at the Univer-
sity,"
Ostside the city. manv o rlo -
ieats center aro'nd Ypsilanti.
Yolsth crews of ten to twelve
with a consalor from the cpon-
scring organization will b get-
ting a variety of work e.-per-
ience.
Saline. s, gnL some of' Is Own
ftmsds, will have teons ;'w.'rkin~g
in the recreatifn nr j gr m. Ano-
ther crew 'Ill. he working at
Yosilanti State Hosnital. Sev-
es kids will halo senior itile's
garden and store their oreduce
in the Community Gardening
program. Another group will be
working under a program joint-
lv sponsored by Willow R u n
S'-hools, C Get It Together.' 'and .
the Ypsilanti Commumnty Serv-
ices.

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