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to retire from CPB
Robben Fleming, president of the
Corporation for Public Broadcasting
and former University president, told
the CPB board of directors yesterday
that he wishes to retire from the office
when he reaches age 65, toward the end
He and his wife will return to Ann Ar-
bor. Fleming was University president
from 1968 until January 1979.
IN HIS COMMUNICATION to the
CPB board, Fleming said despite the
turbulence of the public broadcasting
world, he was grateful for the oppor-
tunity to have been a part of it, and that
it had opened a new field of interest to
Fleming said the major changes that
had come about during his CPB term
POETRY READING NOON LUNCHEON
with Homemade soup and sandwich 75C
ALVIN AUBERT, LAWRENCE PIKE Friday, March 20
and HENRIETTA EPSTEIN
READING FROM THEIR WORKS Zelda Gamson
Thursday, March 19 Center for Higher Education:
7:30 p.m. "LIBERATING TEACHING
ADMISSION: FREE HERE AND ELSEWHERE"
included the establishment of the
Program Fund, the reorganization of
the CPB management, and the receipt
- of the Walter Annenberg gift for the
t production of courses in higher
Lillie Herndon, chairman of the CPB
t board of directors, said, "Bob Fleming
has ably led the Corporation through a
challenging and turbulent period. On
behalf of the board of directors, I wish
to express our admiration and
gratitude for his many and lasting con-
tributions to public broadcasting."
The University's Administration
Building has been recently renamed the
Fleming Administration Building.
Fleming will attend an official
dedication ceremony for the building
later this spring.
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Only the top of the former presidential yacht Potomac remaing visible after it sank at its Treasure Island Navy dock in
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(olb (Ierruntt likstaurant
Escape the confines of too-often
lackluster American dining tonight and
visit an old German tavern convenien-
tly located at 120 W. Washington. The
Old German Restaurant, with its worm
brick walls seemingly supported by
rough-hewn beams, antique wooden
kegs, and a collection of Mettlock beer
steins pre-dating the 1918 fire which
destroyed the Mettlock factory, all add
to the unmistakably Tyrolean feel.
Supress the urge to yodel out your
order as a helpful fraulein will be your.
way momentarily to translate those
foreign-sounding names for novice
German diners. Once the food has
arrived, all mystery vanishes leaving
only pleasure for the palate. Begin
your ethnic experience with a selection
from The Old German's muny soups
and appetizers. The Liver Dumpling in
Broth is an excellent start-tasty
abroth with an airy dumpling sure to
please everyone (even adament liver-
haters). The tomato-based Goulash
soup is also delicious and 'so chunky
you'll be tempted to eat it with a fork.'
No matter what the day (sorry, The
Old German is closed on Thursdays)
you will be offered a full range of
traditional German, as well as many
American, entrees. The menu varies
daily, but of course there are always
some recommended favorites. Sauer-
braten with Spatzen and a dumpling
truly shouldn't be missed-lean roast
beef, tasty round noodles, and a dum-
pling reminiscent of mom's homemade
stuffing, all covered with a rich and
flavorful gravy. The German Beef
Rouladen, a bacon onc celery blend all
rolled up in a tender roast beef strip
and served with savory gravy and real
German potato salad, creates another
For the best 'wursts' try the Bratwur-
st with fried onions, or the Knackwurst
or Blutwurst with Sauerkraut and Spat-
The Old German also offers a wide
variety of pork dishes, which are well
complimented by their superb -potato
pancake-a crispy and delicate outside
surrounding a tasty middle-surely
one of the best potato pancakes this
side of Dusseldorf.
If, after this hearty fare, you still have
room for dessert, keep up the German
tradition with a hot and flaky apple
strudel. The Old German also imports
a heavenly German torte all the way
from Toronto. This chocolate and
whipped cream concoction gives
meaning to the term 'melts-in-the-
Imported duck and light German
beers as well as German wines are
available to accompany your 'wunder-
bar' meal. The Old German is open
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 11-
8:30, Friday and Saturday 11-9, Sunday
11-8, and is closed Thursday.
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