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I DAILY CLA
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PERSONA L
TRADITIONAL musicians sought to perform in
Festival of Folk Song and Dance, Sept. 20. For more
info, call1769-1052. 2F0513
Michigan's favorite bumper stickers booklet-send
$5.00: JustYourType, Box313, Brighton, MI48116.
87F0512
H ELP WA NTED
WSI WATERFRONT DIRECTOR and coun-
selors-Raanana Day Camp, Jewish Community
Council of Washtenaw County, June 24-Aug. 9, 668-
0271. 58H0516
FEMALE MODELS WANTED. $6.00/hr. No ex-
perience needed. We will train. Apply in person-The
Velvet Touch, 21511 S. Fourth Ave. 668-9755. 79H0512
ACTIVIST
SUMMER POSITIONS are available with the Toledo
Ohio Public Interest Campaign to work on
progressive political issues. For interview call 419-
241-9093 from 10:00 A.M.-1:00 P.M. only! 59H0520
TAKE CONTROL
You can be in charge of your future. You set your
own goals, work your hours, earn as much as you
want. Inflation hasn't affected this business. Full and
part-time opportunities available. Call "827-8712,
leave name and number, 24 hour service. 62H0512
CAMP TAMARACK has positions for counselors in
Hebrewspeakingunit (4weeks only), performing ar-
ts supervisor, ceramics head specialist, ceramics
counselor. Call Elliot (1)-661-0600.6600 W. Maple Rd.
W. Bloomfield, Mi. 48033. 05H0512
To $600/week. Inland exploration crews. Vigorous
men/women. Full/part year Wilderness terrain
nationwide. Send $5.00 for 90-company Directory &
job guidelines. Job Data: Box 1722, FayettevilleAR
72701. sHO521
Earn extra money! Subjects needed for psychology
experiment. Sign up now for the paid psychology
subjectPool. Call764-4209from 8-12or 1-5. 67H0512
BUSINESS SERVICES
EDITING-Dissertations, Journal Submissions, etc.
U.M. references. Nancy 662-9823, after 4. 7705J16
LSAT, GMAT preparation courses; 5 weeks;
reasonable fees; experienced teachers. For infor-
mation call Realm Tutoring, 665-3579. 06J0523
TYPING in my home, exp. in dissertations &
masters theses. $1.25/page for DS copy, ask for Liz
326-9300, ext. 396 or 565-1719 after 5. 11J5514
Students: Undecided about your college major? Let
us help you decide the major appropriate for you and
witk a Satisfactory Employment future. In-
dividual-$40/hr.-average 3 hr. Also small groups
available. Career Planning Services 973-9286. cJ0601
WANTED TO RENT
YOUNG WOMAN seeking living quarters. Prefers in
family home. Near campus. 1-353-2846 or 1-559-1044.
54L514
MISCELLANEOUS
ANN ARBOR-THE ANTIQUES MARKET, Sunday,
May 17,5055 Saline-Aqn Arbor Road, Exit 175 off 1-94,
275 dealers, everything guaranteed "Early Birds"
welcome 5 a m. Admission $1.00. Free parking.
66M0519
JOIN THE TENANTS UNION!
MASS MEETING
tuesday, may 12, 7:30 p.m.
4001 michigan union
44M0512
ORIENTAL RUGS
We buy, sell, repair clean rugs and appraise. 769-8555
or 995-7597. cMtc
SUBJECTS wanted for speech and hearing ex-
periments. $3/hr. Must be native speakers of
English. Call764-8504. 19M512
Rooms-Spring, Summer or both. No pets. $60-
80/month. Possible Fall option. 663-5861. 34C0521
USED CA RS
Volvo 1800E-1971 auto, good mechanical condition,
excellent body, collector's item. 3700.995-1972.
36N0513
SITUA TIONS WANTED
I'M LOOKING for an attractive, friendly gal to enjoy
the summer with. I'm a well educated man in my
late 20's with above average looks who considers
himself a sensitive individual. Let's get together,
there's a whole world to discover out there. P.O. Box
2454 Ann Arbor 48106. 0400513
SUBLET room in 6 bdm. house. Sp/Su or Su only.
Cheap! 420 Divisipq 4,77-3225,,42-864_ 01U0510

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The Michigcn boily1'sUesdoyMacy 2 t981-Page 11
WCBN says it didn't
violate FCC rules

house/Laundry/Microwave/Near Cam-
pus/Negotiable. 663-0974. 78U0519
FINE TWO bedroom in Albert Terrace. Close to
everything. All appliances. Mid-May through
August. $350tmonth or negot. 662-3409. 75U0514
SUBLET room in 6 bdm. house. Sp/Su or So only.
Cheap! 4200ivision 477-3235,s422-0664/ r SlU050
SUBLET ROOM in 6 bedroom house. Spring/Sum-
mer or summer only. Cheap! 420 Division. 477-3235,
422-8664. 98U0510
OPPOSITE DIAG: Living-Study loft space, kitchen
privs, no nicotine; $75/mo. each for 2 or $130 for one.
Summer, possibly fall. 665-9358, 2 pm-12, or 769-1938.
72U0517
Campus-Summer sublet w/Fall options on 1, 2, & 3
bedrooms bilevel furnished apartments in modern &
olderhomes. 996-5929. 18U0519
ROOMS-Spring, Summer or both. No pets. $60-
80/month, possiblefall option. 663-5861. 34U0522
SUBLET-Female, own room in 2 bedroom apar-
tment, parking, AC, furnished, campus across from
law school. May 16-Aug. 30.994-3461. 46U0513
Great room. Great house. Great location. Grrreat
price. Free laundry 662-2899. 39U0513
FOUR BEDROOM house to sublet. Near campus.
Fallrentaloption. 769-0853. 57U0522
SUBLET-Modern furnished 3-bedroom apartment,
2 bedrooms available. Close to campus. $85/mon-
th/room. Air-conditioned. Free cable TV with
movies. 996-0335. 60U0515
Room in house to sublet for June, July and August.
Sunny with many windows and private entrance.
Washer, dryer, piano, andclose to campus. Call Bill,
eveningsuntil 10.995-2759. dUtc
July/AugustISUBLET (Fall option) Large 2 bedroom
Apt. Right by Med. Center. 668-7945. 49U0512
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY-furnished one
bedroom, one block from Rackham. Laundry,
parking. Negotiable. 1-548-7633or996-1911. U0U0521.
40U0521
SUMMER BARGAIN. $100/person/m6nth for 3 per-
sons furnished apartment. Immediate occupancy.
Near campus on HighSt. 665-8227. 35170509

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Based on the complainants' charges,
the FCC made inquiries into the
following areas:
* Whether the Regents as licensees
were exercising proper control of the
station.
" Whether a legal agreement existed
between ABC news, WCBN, and Ann
Arbor's WAAM radio-the station of the
original broadcast-whereby WCBN
could receive ABC news broadbasts.
" Whether logs were falsified.
" Whether disc jockeys have main-
tained an illegal relationship with a
local concert promoter, Eclipse Jazz.
IF THE commission finds the radio
station in violation of any regulations, it
could exercise a number of options
ranging from a written reprimand, to a
fine, to holding a hearing to determine
whether the station should lose its
license. The last option, however, is
rarely exercised,
Sewell said, however, that "all
charges have heen refuted to the
satisfaction of the parties involved, ex-
cepting, of course, the complainants."
ACCORDING TO Toohey, the only
"technical" violation which took place
at the station was a plug made by disc
jockey Michael Kremin for an ap-
pearance he was to make at the Star
Bar. "There was no evidence available
of falsification of logs," Toohey said.
"Mr. Kremin has agreed to forego
further reminder announcements of his
appearances." said University Vice-

President for Student Services Henry
Johnson in the statement of response.
"That corrective action appears to ob-
viate even the slightest chance of
abuse."
Toohey said he also contacted both
ABC News and WAAM, radio and
determined that there was in fact an
agreement in 1973 which allowed WC-
BN to broadcast ABC News.
TOOHEY ADDED that to his
knowledge there was "no impropriety
connected with" the relationship bet-
ween WCBN's disc jockeys and Eclipse
Jazz. He also said that in preparing the
response to the inquiry, he saw no in-
dication that WCBN was operating out-
side the proper control of the licensees,
the Regents.
"No abdication of control has oc-
cured," stated Johnson in the response
document. "My office actively oversees
WCBN operations as it does all student
activities."
Johnson stated he would now require
monthly reports on "details of
operations" at WCBN and would
require "forms on which all broad-
casters will disclose all sources of paid
employment."
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