1969-11-12; Central Michigan Life
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■'.. LIFELINE is Central Michigan's most compre- Ihensive reader1 service, a 10-man Central Michigan j ILife, task force assigned to solve your problems,] J answer ymirmestions, look cut for your interests. it's backed by Central Michigan's largest news) (gathering force—and it's free. Write LIFELINE! I Central Michigan Life, Anspach HaU, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan or caU 774-3830 Monday through Thursday from 3 to 5 pjn. If you dont, it will be a DEADline. -. • . Last spring rumors started about Korean Orphanage ■aooey hot reaching the cWMr«_. » was rumored «1m* the comMftee retfM «et trti« to Flaii^a, ttuw £• hefger- in the Samk ejead mM other gfejects jest ' *__f________h •____________________*_■ ^^-^^bgjjh, t^fc - reach the cMMrm, k fa* »*fc * * was aire** : eeet .store em \ teems. wye iinetu _t.. Caa you get te«e»e*ei»<)<**rt ' --• ' M.M. STEVE BANYON SAYS HE WIOTE THE STORY IN A SATIRICAL COLUMN LAST FALL. HE NEVER EXPECTED, AND NOTES, NO ONE TOOK THE COLUMN SERIOUSLY BECAUSE NONE OF IT WAS TRUE. . ^ Imagine you live in the dorms in the South Quad and it's 10 ajn, Sunday morning. You couldnt hack the early morning breakfast served in the cafeteria, but you've just go to get something to eat and the Little Union pops into your mind, until you remember it is closed. The number of potential union customers is staggering and it seems unfair that South quad students must walk aU the way across campus to the University Center when the Little Union is so close. Is there any chance of a change in the Southeast grill's hours? "•'■,*.■■'■ ' MJK. LIFELINE DOENST WANT ANY STOMACH GROWLING EITHER, BUT JIM REATH, FOOD MANAGER OF THE SOUTHEAST GRiLL CLAIMS THERE IS NOT ENOUGH ACTIVITY IN THE AREA TO OPEN THE GRILL ON SUNDAY MORNINGS. THE GRILL IS GEARED F;OR AFTEENOQN AND EVENINGS. BUT IF THERE IS ENOUGH RESPONSE TO THE IDEA, A TRIAL BASIS COULD BEGIN SOON. HOW IS YOUR APPETITE FOR PETITIONS? LIFE—LINE Why is there such a lack of sports coverage for the women extramural team in LIFE, in this case the Women Swim Team? . Our last meet with Western Michigan University received no coverage despite the : uniqueness of the meet. It was the first meet in Central's history that our women took a first place in every event. We request equal time in sports' .coverage as the men get. We feel our extramural teams deserve as much" coverage or more than the men's Intramural program. We are members of the University too!. How about s6me equal time? M.AJ. • ■ B.L. ...."' __, GJH. O.K, SWMMERSI^AkEEVERYSTROKECOUNTaT OAKLAND UNIVERSITY SATURDAY BECAUSE LIFE'S EDITOFWN-CH1EF, TOM MARQUARDT, WDjL BRAVE THE BUS TRIP DOWN AND COVER THE MEET HIMSELF, AS FOR EQUAL TIME, WE AGREE, THE WOMEN HAVE FINE TEAMS AND DESERVE GOOD INK. THE TROUBLE IS WE ONLY HAVE SO MANYINCHES Of SPACE ON THE SPORT PAGES IN EACH ISSUE AND IT WOULD BE IMPOSSIBLE TO GIVE "EQUAL TIME" TO EVERY SPORT. ADI) TO THIS.PROBLEM THE NUMBER OF LIMITED REPORTERS (IT'S1 HARD TO FIND SOMEONE TO WRITE WOMEN»SPORTS) AND THE LACK OF; TIME AND SOMEONE* SUFFERS. IN THE OCT. 8 ISSUE WE RAN A SPORTS PICTURE PAGE OF THE FOOTBALL GAME BETWEEN CALKINS AND RONAN. THE ONLY COMMENT CAME FROM TATE HALL^-THEY WANTED "EQUAL TIME." -tJ^E/UNE-i Notion's moratorium gives it a second try By DARREL EMERSON * ...STUDENT AFFAIRS EDITOR A solemn memorial service in .front of Warriner Hall at 9 a.m. tomorrow will open the two-day Vietnam moratorium, which includes rallies, workshops and a documentary film, "in the Year of the Pig." -"- The memorial service will be held in front of 2,000 crosses and stars of David which will be set up in the mall. The crosses represent the Michigan dead from the war. art meats d on The Michigan State Police at Mt, Pleasant have issued a state- mot to apartment owners in the city that parties sponsored by the apartment corporation where Uejoor is served are unlawful. The Liquor Control Act of the state of Michigan states, "No person shaU maintain, operate, lease or otherwise furnish to other persons any premises or place which is not licensed under this act, wherein such other persons may engage in the drinking of alcohoUc beverages, for a fee. or for "any otter consideration, including the sale of food, mixers, ice or other fluids used with alcohoUc drinks or the storage of alcoholic liquors..." "TGIF" and other such parties at Deerfield and Forum apartments will be especially effected. Daniel Kostrzewa, commander of the Mt. Pleasant post of the Michigan State Police, said they received complaints concerning these parties. Kostrzewa would not reveal the source of the complaints. The first example brought to the attention of the State Police involved the Vietnam Moratorium's "Peace Expression" in the Deerfield Recreation room last Friday. Officials at Doer- field were informed by the State. Police that such parties wftars liquor is served were ittegtl. Committee members were thee relayed the information. "We told the Deerfield manager we wouldn't put any troopers there to see if they obeyed the law nor did we wait until they broke it to arrest them," KcJstrzewa . said. "We are just explaining to apartment owners and other concerned individuals what is lawful and what isn't." The State Police commander added that such organizations as the Vietnam Moratorium Committee could apply for a one- day permit from the Michigan Liquor Commission to serve alcoholic beverages provided there was not an "alcoholic content of 16- per cent by volume." Father John Goodrow, of St. John's Episcopal Church, will conduct the service, whichinclu- des a prayer, intercession and: Bible readings- for those who have died in Vietnam. A prayer for world peace and a quick end:to the war will also be offered. Eight workshops have been plained for tomorrow afternoon, including three led by members .. Of the Michigan legislature. • \. $i*\-Cooper, 69th district re-, presentative, Jackie Vaughn, Mrd district representative and Sander Levinr State Semite mi- . nority leader will each lead workshops, which wiU emphasize broadening discussions on the committee members. The highly acclaimed, "in the Year of the Pig" will he shown both Thursday and Friday mornings free of charge. The movie is a full length-feature film about the Vietnam war and contains somenewsreelfoot- age never §een before in the West. The Thursday evening anti-war rally will be highlighted by a .speech by David! Wurfel of the University of Windsor. Wurfel has been to Vietnam on several occasions, and taught in Asia for seven years. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 3) Budget meet held today Instead of meeting separately this year, Central officials will meet before the state Bureau of the Budget with five other state universities to present budget demands for the 1970-71 fiscal year. According to Jerry Tubbs, administrative assistant in the business office, CMU is meeting with Glenn Allen, ..'state budget director, and his staff today. -Representatives from Eastern Michigan, Northern Michigan, Ferris State, Michigan Tech and Oakland will attend the same hearing. In the past, each institutional was granted aseparate hearing. -. If the $23,688,184budget approved by the Board of Trustees is approved by the Bureau of the Budget, it will be sent to the legislature for actual appropriations. c. MORATORIJJM MEMBERS are pictoired constructing some of the nearly 2,000 crosses and stars of David. They are to be used to construct a mass graveyard on the miOi in front bt the administrate building at Central. The graveyard wiU be used as a back drop to a Solemn service to be held Thursday in memory of the nearly 2,000 Michigan men who have died in the Vietnam. •i i .i ■ : i •1 j 1 -J i I > '* r . » i, t ■ . •*. .
|Title||1969-11-12; Central Michigan Life|
|Publisher||Students of Central Michigan University|
|Description||Wednesday, November 12, 1969 issue of the student newspaper of Central Michigan University. Also known as CM-Life. Originally published biweekly. Later published three times a week during the academic year and once a week during the summer. Began publication in 1941. Previously known as Central State Life. Issues from 1999 to the present are available online at the CMLife website.|
|Subject/Keywords||Central Michigan University - Newspapers; Mount Pleasant (Mich.) - Newspapers; Isabella County (Mich.) - Newspapers; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
|Copyright Permission||Copyright 1969 by Central Michigan University. This material is copyrighted and any further reproduction or distribution is prohibited.|