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Tuesday, June 24, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Daily Classiflieds

Continued from Page 8)
ROOMMATES
MALE --OWN ROOM in 2-bdrm.
apartment, starting AugUst. AMl
conditioned, parking, pool, near
campus. $100/mo. Call 663-6887.
89Y625
'70 650 BSA Lightning. Clean, excel-
ent condition. stock. 665-9653.
90625
FEMALE NEEDED for own room in
modern apartment July - August,
possibly Fall. Air conditioning. Rent'
negotiable. 662-5093. 53Y625
WOMAN NEEDED now or Fall.
cheap. Anne, 663-9180, evenings.
17Y625
MISCELLANEOUS
A PROGRAM is now being offered
in Ann Arbor to hel combat alco-
hol and drug abuse among gay{
women. For further information,
call 763-4186. All communication
held in strict confidence. 22M328
REGENCY
TRAVEL
601 E. WILLIAM
ANN ARBOR 48104
665-6122
SUMMER CHARTERS
ABROAD,
BUSINESS INTERVIEW
TRIPS, HOLIDAY TRIPS
HOME
Corner William & Maynard
cMtc
SUBLET
WOMAN TO SUBLET roomn excel-
cl located -hssse pt. 45. July-
ug. Dahlia, 994-5012. 6625
SINGLE FOR WOMAN in hose apt.
Great location, July-Aug. 955/mo.
P alerie, 994-5012. 88U625
JULY-AUGUST. Friendly house. big
rooms, low rent. 662-9709. 85U625
VW CAMPER-BUS, 1965, factory
camper. Excellent mechanical,.ex
client body. $950. 994-0637 eres. and
weekends. 87N625
GREAT 2-BDRM. APT. Very quiet
area. Close to downtown and cam-
pus. One bdrm. or whole apt. to
sublet for summer with Fall option.
769-3507. 95U625
JULY-AUGUST SUBLET. Two ad-
Joining rooms in house near cam-
ps. Kitchen perivleges. $65. Call
Mary at 761-9880, 763-6955, 662-5142.
91U624
NOW-AUGUST. Large modern effi-
ciency on campus, fall option. A/C,
etc. 668-8930, eves. 96U625
SUMMER SUBLET: 1 bedroom, fur-
nished, modern, air conditioned,
convenient location. Mosley Street.
Call 663-3882. 74U625
BEG. JULY 10. Fall option. 1 bed-
room furn apt. Near Burns Park.
Quiet, $160. 665-7453. 71U625
SPACIOUS two bedroom apartment
available about July 1st. with fall
Option. Catherine St. $245/m. 665-
6420. Summer rent negotiable.
75U625
FEMALE SUBLET needed, air-con-
ditioned apartment, 2 blocks from
campus. $60-$80. Call Debbie, 665-
3395. 65U625
BEDROOM furnished for 2 in mod-
60n apt. Walking distance to both
campuses. Available now, $95. 662-
77395after 6. 5U625
SUBLET-July-Aug. Own room in
apt. in house. Garden included.
$50.00. 761-6450. 30U625
FEMALE TO SUBLET. Share room
in sunny apt. Close to everything,
very reanable. Call collect If In-
tereted, 1-474-6582. 2912625
JU.Y-AUG.-Moern, two-bedroom,
convenient locatin, $150. Call 761-
7852. 22U621
NEEDED-Sublessee. Share one bed-
room, air - conditioned, furnished
apartment. June-August. Block from
campus. Rent negotiable. Call 668-
7135, 95U252
SUBLET-$95/mo., efilency, quiet,
mid-May-Aug., near U-Hospita 94-
524. - 1 7Use
PERSONAL
TENNIS INSTRUCTION
Former u. team player second year
IS Ann Arbor, Bill, 763-148, F9258

PERSONAL
TODAY Billiards & Bowling at
reduced rate s. 11:30-12:30 a.m.
Michigan Union. cF624
TRANSFER STUDENT wishes to
meet University girl. Bill. 763-6563.
72F625
TALK to the reliables. We will be
here regular hours during study,
exams and break. U.M. Stylists at
the Union. cF624
PERMANENT Weiht Loss through
Behavior Modification. Call 994-0019.
59F625
157 DISCOUNT on all acne pepa-
rations at the Village Apothecary,
1112 S. University, cFtc
JULY 4th weekend special. Rdsced
rates July 4. 5 & 6. UM Union, Bil-
liards and Bowling. Open 1 p.m.
cF625
FACULTY member needs young
woman to help care for two children
during camping trip to West Coast
July 7-August 15. References re-
qired. 971-9332 evenings. 64F625
SURPRISINGLY SOPHIE!
When we last saw our heroine, she
was laborously trying to discover
the hiding place of her pet boa
constricTOR. Wr are pleaed to
report . .. dF64
COUPLES are special today. Re-
duced rates for billiards. Michigan
Union. F624
WHERE MARGINAL PRICES buy
quality diamonds-Austin Diamond,
1209 S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
END OF TERM special. Billiards
and bowling at reduced rates. Wed.,
June 25 11 a.m.-12:30 a.m. Michigan
Union c624
BOARD EXA TUTORING
STANLEY . KAPLAN
TUTORING COURSES
Enroll now to prepare for upcoming
MCAT * DAT * LSAT * GRE
ATGSB board exas. For informa-
tion call: 313) 354-005. c~tc
The ACADEMY BOOK BINDERY is
alive and well in Dexter. Call for
free pick-up. 426-808L. cFtc
Albert's Copying
Dissertationq uality.Locatio: In-
ide David's Baokso.529 E. Liberty
994-4028. cFtc
ALL NEW STUDENTS-
WELCOME TO CAMPUS PINBALL
ARCADE, 1217 S. UNIVERSITY
OPEN EVERY DAY
cFtc
PAPERS
NOTES
THESES
FLIERS
COPIED
WHILE-U-WAIT
High Quality at
LOW Cost
The COPY MILL
211 B So. State
(near GINO'S)
662-3969
oFtc
THE CENTER FOR AFROAMERI-
CAN AND AFRICAN STUDIES is
sponsoring a Spring Workshop -
"The World of theBlack Chid"
The workshop will take an interdi-
ciplinary approach to the study and
understanding of the, Afro-Ameri-
can Child. This overview will in-
dude Anthropology, istory Socio-
logy, Phychology, Lingustcs, Fine
Arts, and Education.
Participating University of Michi-
gan Professors will be Niara Sudar-
kasa, James Horton, Jonas Chenault,
Ozie Edwards, Charles Moody, Mil-
ton Stewart, Jon O. Lockard, Vera
Embree, and Gwendolyn Baker.
Other participants will include Mar-
got Ellis, Ann Arore Public Schools,
Geneva Smiterman, Wayne State
University and James Banks, Un-
versity of Washington.
ighighting the workshop will be
George Norman's BlackOdessey Ex-
hibit. The Exhibit, a pictorial dis-
play, wil be open to the public on
Wednesday, June 25th, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
-Assembly Hall of the Michigan
Union.
The Workshop will be held June
24-27 and may be taken for 2 hr.
credit. Noo U of M students may
register as a "guest student". Forc
adional information call CAAS,
764-5013.-
Gwendolyn C. Baker,
Coordinator
82F924
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DAILY CLASSIFIEDS

Daily Photo by s is tVE-AGAN
LOCAL GAYS and gay supporters show their approval of a resolution passed by City Council last
night which recognized the week of June 22 as Gay and Lesbian Pride Week in Ann Arbor. The
resolution was passed in a 6-3 vote.
Council votes 6-3 to recognize
Gay and Lesbian Pride Week

(Continued from Page 1)
1776-1976, and brandishing pla-
cards asking "End all war, stop
gay oppression" - stood and
burst into a rousing chorus of
a gay supportive song which
Kozachenko had hurriedly
mimeographed and passed out
to the audience.
"Oh, it doesn't make my
mother happy, and it doesn't
make my father cheer; and
no matter what the doctor tells
them, I enjoy being a queer,"
read a verse of the song which
was belted to the tune of Rodg-
ers and Hammerstein's I En-
joy Being a Girl.
HAD COUNCIL defeated the
resolttion, the planned activi-

ties for Lesbian and Gay Pride
Week -- which include a poetry
reading, a dance, and a gay
fair in Detroit - would have
been carried out regardless,
said Kozachenko.
"The resolution reads that
this week be recognized as Gay
Pride Week, not declared so,"
she pointed out. "We're fighting
against society and oppression
and we do not look to this City
Council or any government to
declare Gay Pride Week. We
have declared it, and we are
only asking you to recognize
it."
A measure similar to this
was taken by Detroit Mayor
Coleman Young last week, who
declared a Gay Pride Week
for his city.

Although this type of action
had been defeated by Ciuncil
the past two years, Democrat
and HRP Council members
joined together in 1972 to ap-
prove a similar Gay Pride
Week, and temporarily make
Ann Arbor the nation's only
city with an officially declared
week of recognition for homo-
sexuals.
In other action, Council
unanimously approved a resolu-
tion recommending that the
Ann Arbor Transportation Au-
thority set its maximum fee for
all night service at 25c. The re-
solution also established Coun-
cil's preference for the standard
Dial-A-Ride fee- of 25 cents to
be used for all night service
within the city limits.

CSSG blasted by students
and faculty over changes

(Continued from Page 3)
able for comment on the
charges.
FRYE, reflecting the view of
many faculty members, said
that even with the changes, the
report goes beyond its original
scope. "Instead of addressing
the role of student governance,
the report addresses the role
of University governance," he
said.
He added that even with the
revision the report still address-
es the issue of University gov-
ernance.
The supplement tones down
the language of the original re-
port concerning student partici-
pation in school, college and de-
partmental decisions. The orig-
inal report states "decision-mak-
ing units shall include repre-
sentatives of the corresponding
student body." The supplement
changes "shall" to "may,"
eliminating the necessity for
actual student participation on
committees.

MANY faculty members have
expressed dissatisfaction that
the report mentions University
decision-making at all.
However, former Student Gov-
ernment Council member Can-
dice M a s s e y said, "These
changes put us right back
where we were at the begin-
ning. Student participation is at
the discretion of schools, col-
leges and departments, and that
is no participation at all."
"It's too bad this happened,"
she added. "The idea was for
guaranteed student participation
from departments on up."
ANOTHER change in the re-
port removes the words "in a
voting capacity from a recom-
mendation refering to student
membership on committees.
Vice President for Student
Services Henry Johnson said, "I
think the most salient feature of
the supplement to the report is
they were pot trying to ,unply
that the Regents order a change
but to encourage student in-
volvement to occur."

He added, "The important
thing is that one have the op-
portunity to e x p r e s s one's
viewpoint. One may at least
have an influence on what might
be decided."
HOWEVER, the original re-
port stated, "We support the
idea of students as full voting
members of committees, not in
advisory or non-voting roles.
Not only does an advisory role
sidestep the issue of participa-
tion, but also it destroys the
meaning of effective student in-
volvement in University gover-
nance."
Stephens said the changes had
been made because the original
report "was not politically feas-
able,"
He indicated that all the
changes in the report - were
made to insure Regental ap-
proval. "We had problems from
places we hadn't even thought
they, would come from." Steph-
ens added, "You ask for what
you can get."

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