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October 24, 1980 - Image 14

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Page 14-Friday, October 24, 1980-The Michigan Daily
Prisons exempted
from housing codes

RAY
CHARLES
THE RAELETTS
and the
RAY CHARLES ORCHESTRA
Special Guest:
Ernie Krivda Quartet
November 12,
Wed. 8:00 p.m.
Hill Auditorium
Tickets
on Sale
Box Office
Michigan Union
$8.50 7.50 6.50
reserved seats
Tickets
on Sale
in Ann Arbor:
Discount Records
Schoolkids Records
in Ypsilanti:
Wherehouse Records
in E. Lansing:
Discount Records
and all CT outlets.
For information
Call: (313) 763-2071
Management: Joe Adams
Direction: Smada Artist
Management International
L.A. Calit. (213) 734-3113
design by/Jane Goldfarb

LANSING (UPI)-The Michigan
Court of Appeals, in a case which
threatened to close major prisons,
ruled yesterday housing code rules on
crowding, fire safety, and other mat-
ters do not apply to the state's over-
crowded prisons. -
THE APPEALS court reversed a
Marquette County Circuit Court ruling
in a suit brought by inmates at
Marquette State Prison, while con-
ceding application of housing
regulations to penitentiaries might be

desirable.
The decision was not expected to
have any direct impact on an Ingham
County case in which a circuit judge
has ruled Michigan prisons over-
crowded and called for steps to reduce
the population.
In the Marquette suit, the inrhates
claimed their prison cells violated state
housing code regulations governing
minimum living space in multiple
dwellings. They also alleged fire safety
and plumbing violations.

FOCUS ON SOUTH AFRICA
ALLAN AUBREY BOESAK, Coloured South African Liberation. Theologian
Author: Farewell to Innocence: A Socio-ethical Study on Black Theology
Sun., 6:00 Campus Chapel 1236 Washtenaw
"Black Liberation Theology in South Africa"
Mon., 8:00 pm Whitney Auditorium, School of Education
"Uprising of Students of Mixed Descent-1980"
NEIL PARSONS, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, Oxford Univ.
Wed. noon, Oct. 29 Lorch Hall 246
"REWORKING SOUTH AFRICAN HISTORY FOR SCHOOLS"
PROF. CHARLES LONG, Univ. of South Carolina
Wed., 7:00 pm Schorling Auditorium, School of Education
"BLACK RELIGION AND HISTORICAL REALITY"
DAVID NDABE, ANC (African National Congress) Observer to U.N.
Thurs., noon,.Oct. 30, Whitney Auditorium, School of Education
"ROLE OF STUDENTS IN THE LIBERTARIAN STRUGGLE FOR SOUTH AFRICA"
University Committee on South Africa, and Ethics & Religion 764-7442

~Daily Photo by LISA KLAUSNEK
Homecoming couple
Timothy Lee and Sherrie King were chosen 1980 Homecoming King and Queen
last night at the Michigan Union. Lee, a senior in Public Administration, and
King, an LSA senior, were chosen from among ten finalists.

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