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Page 12-Tuesday, November 18, 1980-The Michigan Daily

Senate passes rider
aimed to halt busing

WASHINGTON (AP)-The Senate
passed an amendment yesterday aimed
at blocking the use of busing in school
desegregation cases, despite Carter
administration arguments that the
measure would cripple efforts to end
segregation in public schools.
The amendment was passed as part
of a $9 billion appropriations bill that
includes money to operate the Justice
Department and several other agen-
cies:
On a vote of 51-35 the measure was
sent to a House-Senate conference

committee to work out differences bet-
ween measures approved by the tw
chambers. If approved by the commit
tee, it would be given final
congressional passage and be sent to
President Carter.
The anti-busing amendment attached
to the Senate bill is similar to a rider
already passed by the House. Both
would bar the Justice Department from
spending money to file desegregation
suits that would require the transpor-
tation of healthy children to any schoo
but the one nearest their home.

Scientists learn about

Saturn
(Continued from Page 1
HE SAID "exploration of
solar systems is possibl
probably not in ways we
years ago." Instead of sen
in spaceships to other sola
Atreya said, "we will useI
ting facilities, like telescop
observations of nearby solar
The Voyager I project, sp
the, National Aeronautics
Administration, consists ofa
journey to Saturn-more th
miles away. The robot
sailed to within 80,000 in
ringed planet, snapp
photographs, and gather
data which it sent back to E
Extensive pictures wer
Titan, one of Saturn's 15 mo
is the biggest moon in our,
system," Donahue said. "1
big as Mercury and has a
atmosphere. It's the only o
solar system, other than th
has an atmosphere of nitrog
ATREYA SAID Titan's
makes it look like the Ear
freeze." Millions of years a
the temperature on Titanv
than it is now.

moons, rings
Atreya speculated that the tern-
other perature, along with the presence of
e but nitrogen, may have allowed some ver
thought 10 primitive life-forms to exist.
ding people From the dark side of Titan, Voyager
ar systems, picked up signals that could- have
Earth-orbit- resulted from the moon's interaction
es, to make with Saturn's magnetic field. The field
r systems." acts as a sort of natural radio transmit-
ponsored by ter, Donohue explained.
and Space Saturn is just a big ball of gas,"
a three-year Atreya said. "The major gas com-
han a billion prising these bands is hydrogen, then
laboratory helium, methane,,and ammonia. In th
riles of the lower atmosphere the gases are hard to
ed 18,000 see."
*ed various On its long journey to Saturn,
arth. Voyager I also scanned Jupiter's sur-
e taken of face. That planet, Atreya said, "is like
oons. "Titan a world in itself."
whole solar The professor said that Jupiter does
t's about as not respond to the cycles and variations
very thick of the sun's rays, and emits its own
)bject in our heat. "Jupiter has many storms that
e Earth, that are not driven by sunlight, but by
gen gas." Jupiter itself. This is probably from the
atmosphere heat of formation of the planet whic
th "in deep has not been exhausted yet," he said.
ago, he said, "It (Jupiter) gives off two-and-one-half
was warmer times the energy that it receives from
the sun."

Administration Bldg. may
be renamed after Flemingo

(Continued from Page 1).
permissive attitude toward student
protests. He stressed the need for
freedom of the expression of controver-
sial views.
W hi;le Fleming was president, the
Flint and Dearborn campuses became
four-year institutions, and recreational
facilities on Central Campus were ex-
panded. Fleming also advocated a
more student-oriented student union.'
There are buildings named for each
of the former University presidents,
and one of the two former acting
presidents, including:
Tappan Building - Henry Tappan
was the University's first president,
Be an angel.. .
a
Read C71e a l
764-0558

serving from 1852-1863.
&, Haven Hall - Erastus Haven ser-
ved from 1863-1869.
* Angell Hall - James Angell's term
was longer than that of any other
president, running from 1871-1909.
" Frieze Building - Henry Frieze
was acting president in 1877 and from
1880-1882.
" Hutchins Hall - Harry Hutchins
served from 1909-1920.
" Burton Memorial Tower - Marion
Burton was president from 1920-1925.
" Clarence Cook Little Building -
Little was the president from 1925-1929.
" Alexander G. Ruthven Museums
Building - Ruthven was University
president from 1929-1951.
" Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library
- Hatcher was president from 1951-
1967.
The Administration Building has 4
unique window pattern designed by ar-
chitect Alden Dow, inspired by the
geometric works of the modern Dutch
artist, Mondrian.
There are no windows on the first
level, except for the entrances, and
those on the upper level are like slits,
too small for a person to fit through.,
The building, which contains the of-
fice of the president and of several vice=
presidents, has a security system
through which the entrances can b
sealed at a second's notice.

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