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The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, February 6, 1980-Page 3

Pro-draft group stages rally

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By BETH PERSKY
About 50 spectators gave a mixed
response to a small pro-draft rally on
he Diag early yesterday afternoon.
The eight protesters, members of the
Collegiate Association for the Research
of Principles (CARP), said the draft is
necessary to stop "Soviet imperialism"
and ensure liberty for free people
everywhere.
"Millions of people around the world
are depending on the United States for
world freedom," said local CARP
director Steve Symonds, who made a
speech to the spectators.
BUT THE crowd, which gathered
quickly around the demonstrators, was
divided on its opinion concerning the
issue. Several of the observers voiced
strong objection to the rally, one of
them telling the protesters to "Go
away!" Others voiced approval of the
pro-draft sentiment
Engineering freshman Larry Lutsky
was sympathetic to the protesters. "I
happen to agree with the guy (Symon-
ds). You've gotta be willing to defend
the principles of freedom," Lutsky
said.
Opponents of the draft, like LSA
sophomore Glenn Lieding, were also
present and more vocal than their coun
*terparts.
"He (Symonds) talks about rein-
stating the draft to protect freedom,
life, liberty, and the pursuit of hap-
piness - the draft destroys all of
those," said Lieding.
CARP MEMBERS say they will rally
daily at 1 o'clock on the Diag through
Friday.
The CARP demonstration was just
one of a series of local rallies that was
enerated after President Carter an-
nounced plans to reinstitute draft
registration following the Soviet
Union's invasion of Afghanistan.

Daily Photo by PETER SERLING
FOUR MEMBERS OF THE Collegiate Association for the Research of Principles (CARP) display signs for a pro-draft
rally held on the Diag yesterday. A CARP spokesperson claimed it is the duty of the U.S. to protect the world from
"Soviet imperialism."
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BY MAURA CARRY
Dripping faucets, open windows and
drapes, and glaring lights in empty
rooms commonly result innwasted
energy and money in University
residence halls. Last month, residents
in Mosher Jordan and Markley decided
to do something about it and began
dorm-wide "energy contests."
The competitions, which were
suggested by the building directors of

the two dorms, began in mid-November
and lasted for a month. The University
Housing Office donated $600 toward the
effort to pay for publicity and prizes.
The judging for the contest was based
on a meter reading done att the begin-
ning and end of the contest. The reading
was timed to coincide with readings
from the previous year, so that the two
could be compared to see in which year
more energy was used. "Of course, we
make adjustments for climate,"
said Housing Energy Manager George
SanFacon, explaining that December

this year was about 25 per cent milder
than last year. As a result, Markley's 25
per cent saving in steam this December
was not seen as significant, although it
did conserve in electricity.
OTHER METHODS of judging in-
cluded granting points for rooms with
curtains closed, and unwasted lighting
in lounges and empty bathrooms. In
each dorm, the house with the best
score was considered the best energy-
saver.
SanFacon said Markley saved a total
See RESIDENCE, Page 12

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FILMS

Thursday, February 7, 1980
DR. STEVEN KEELE
University of Oregon
"Behavioral Analysis of Movement"
MHRI Conference Room 1057
3:45 to 5:00 p. m.

Ann Arbor Film Co-op-Innocence Unprotected, 7 p.m., Man Is Not A
Bird, 8:15 p.m., Aud. A, Angell Hall.
Cinema Guild-High Plains Drifter, 7, 9:05 p.m., Old Arch. Aud. (Lorch
Hall).
PIRGIM-Bottle Babies, Hunger In America, 7 p.m., Stockwell Hall.
PERFORMANCES
Pendleton Arts Center-Jutta Putzig, soprano, noon, Pendleton Room,
Michigan Union.
Department of Theater and Drama-"End of Summer," 8 p.m., Trueblood
Theatre, Frieze Bldg. Tickets available at PTP office, Michigan League, or
call 764-0450.
School of Music-Organ recital, David Wagner, 8 p.m., Hill Aud., Piano
Recital, Richard Ridenour, 8 p.m., Recital Hall, Voice Recital, Maura
Sullivan, 8 p.m., Rackham Assembly Hall.
SPEAKERS
Center for AfroAmerican and African Studies-Prof. Howard Lindsay,
University of Detroit, "Internal Colonialism: The City of Detroit-A Case
Study," noon, Room 246 Old Arch. and Design (Lorch Hall).
Center for the Continuing Education of Women-Dr. Margaret Lourie,
book review, "The Madwoman in the Attic: The Woman Writer and the
Nineteenth Century Literary Imagination," "Shakespeare's Sisters:
Feminist Essays on Women Poets," noon, East Conf. Room, Rackham
Building.
Department of Chemistry-Joel Goldberg, "Recent Developments in
Photoacoustic Spectroscopy," 4 p.m., Room 1200, Chemistry Building.
Medieval and Renaissance Collegium-Desmond O'Grady, poet and
visiting professor at University of Alexandria, Egypt, 4 p.m., Pendleton
Room, Union.
Department of English Language and Literature-Brian Morton,
"Beaumarchais and the American Revolution," 4 p.m., Clements Library.
Latin American Task Force-Joe Mulligan, task force members,
"Theology of Liberation," 8 p.m., St. Mary's Student Chapel.
MEETINGS
Sigma Delta Chi/Society of Professional Journalists-Campus chapter
meeting, 5:30 p.m., Conf. Room 3, Union.
LSA-Student Government-Open meeting, 6 p.m., MSA chambers, 3909
Union.
Women in Communications, Inc.-Assertiveness Training workshop, 7
p.m., Conf. Room 5, Union.
Dharma Study Group-Buddhist meditation and study, 7:30 p.m., 215 E.
Kingsley. Call 665-448i for information.,
Stilyagi Air Corps-Science fiction club, 8 p.m., 'conf. Room 4, Union.
Folk Dance Club-Intermediate and advance dance, 8 p.m., Union.
University Residence Hall Council-9 p.m., MSA chambers, 3909 Union.
MISCELLANEOUS
International Center-Brown Bag Lunch, "Air Options Across the Atlan-
tic," noon, International Center recreation room.
Washtenaw Community College-"Pathways to Jobs/Training for
Displaed Homemakers," course begins Feb. 18. Call 973-3663 or 665-2606 for
registration information.
Ann Arbor Handweavers Guild-Ninth annual exhibition, North Campus
Commons, through Feb. 28.
Eastern Michigan University-"A Ha icapped Child in the Family,"
course begins at 7:30 p.m., Feb. 6, Melvin . Bailey Recreation Center, 36651
Ford Road, Westland. "Step-parenting" course begins 7:30 p.m., Feb. 7, at
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