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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SundayApril 12, 1970 -,-

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FOR SALE
NEW MODEL portable Zenith 16" TV;
Portable Olivetti Underwod typewrit-
er. 663-7901. 391379
1966 CHEVROLET 'Chevelle 4-dr. sedan.
6-cylinder. 'standard transmission, very
low mileage. Like new; economical.
reliable transportation. $1050. Call
662-6132. 40B82
FOR SALE--Girl's English bike, Good
cond. $25. Call George, 761-0746. 41179
CHEAP AIR Ticket: London-Detroit.
June 23. 764-3808 eves. 421380
FOR SALE: electro voice E-V 1122 30-
watt stereo amp, $110 new. Garrard
40 MK II turntable, and .dust cover.
$60 new. Both 1 yr. old. Sell together,
best offer 663-3614. 331378
FENDER ECHO UNIT. Great for P A
ust, call 763-2639. $100. 34179
SPECIALS, - Bride's ma;ds dresses, 41
and 5 in group $24.95; Wedding'
gowns: .39-74; Lodge dresses: $19.95
and 24.95. Several large size dresses
while they last. Open daily 10-8:30
p.m. and Sunday 'til 6 p.m. Lou's
Bridal Shop. 971-3711. 32182
ONE WAY FLIGHT. London to Detroit.
June 23. Call LaRue, eves. 662-9597.
351380
NOW ON SALE
SPRING GENERATION
at
Ulrich's University Store
IFollett's 'Herb David
Slater's Discount Records
Bob, Marshall's Centicore
So 'Take A Look!
38B80
FISHER Model 95-Fisher Tuner and
amp. Garrard turntable in perfect
condit;on to highest bidder. 761-8108.
30,180

PHOTO SUPPLIES j
NEW NIKKOR 135 mm lens, f 3.5. Per-
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NEED AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHER-
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DESPERATE
Need 3-bdrm, 3-man for Fall. Call
Nancy or Joyce, 769-7136. 16F78
PERSONAL
THE LATEST in Fur, Leather and
Cloth. Wagner's Today Shop on the
mezzanine. State Street at Liberty.
2F71
DAVID-You've been the best person
on, the Classified staff. Enjoy Florida.
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HYPNOTIC SUBJECTS wanted forI
b ief, wimple hypnosis experience,
Call John Evans at 769-0868. 12F78
FREE PARKING
FOR MOTORCYCLES
ACROSS FROM SAM'S STORE
3F82
SINCE ALMOST all gem d1smonds
come from Africa, a brand label for
a ring mo nting does not guarantee
7thecjualit/ of. the major diamond in
the ring. Austin Diamond, 1209 8.
Univ. 663-7151 11F'
BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
$7.50 Rh positive $10 & $12 Rh .ieg1
_ative. Mon., Tues., Thurs.. Fri 9-4.
Wed. I-7 18-21 years old need par-
ent's permission
Michigan Comrrun1ty Blood Center
404 W. Michigan. Ypsilanti
483-1894
Ftc
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
SUSI E
LOVE,
BUD
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BEGINNING Apr;l 8th, all Daily Classi-
fieds must be prepaid-You must pay
for the ad before it can appear in
the paper. FC
BICYCLING FANS! If you want to take
a break from everyday lire and BI-
CYCLE to the Albany, N.H., Vt.,
Mass. (Boston), or Conn. area, after
exams, call Dave at 764-1885. 47F78
HEY RALPH, have you read the Hop-
wood =Award Winner "Across the
Great Divide" in this issue of Gen-
eration? 48Ftc
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of any persuasion " please. Reply to
Michigan Daily, Boa 18. 45F7f

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SUNDAY SPECIAL-1 p m.-midnight-
Bowling, 3 games for $1. M. Union.
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Spring Half-3-4Hrs. Credit
Call Rich if interested-764-0737
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WEDDING candids a spec;alty. For- the
best quality at the cheapest rates
for any aspect of photography, call
RICHARD LEE. 761-9452 before noon.
F82
FREE U. CRAFT FAIR: no registration
fees. Open to everyone. All profits
are yours. On the Diag, April 18. Call
763-2130' or drop by UAC office.
24F80
LEARN WHILE your earn. (up to $10)
-Help a grad complete his thesis.
You will be paid for completing pro-
grammed instruction exercises. Call
764-0508 (ask for Christy) duryng the
day. 761-2028 evenings (ask for Gene).
33F72
WE'LL PAY you five dollars cash for
each available rental house that you
bring uis. We need them for now, the
summer, and the fall-just bring us
the address and landlord's phone
number, we'll qualify it, then pay
you - Student Living Quarters, 1217
S University, 662-6591. 29Ftc
STUDENTS Summer Employment op-
portunities with leading British Ho-
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I W., Hants, England. 37Ftc
CANDLE WAX. - Cheap. 11 lb. slabs.
Call 665-7346. 27F78
ATTENTION FRESHMEN AND SOPHO-
MORES interested in U of M Dear-
born-Campus opportunitiesI You may
now get information in Rm. 1223
Angell Hall each THURSDAY. 9:30-
4 p.m. Call Mrs. Bennett at 764-0312
or drop by the office for an appoint-
ment. JUNIOR AND SENIOR LEVELS
ment. JUNIOR AND SENIOR LEVEL
PROGRAMS in Business Administra-
t;on, LS&A, Engineering. 18F80
IF YOU HAVE found something and
want to find its owner-Call us and we
will run an ad for you free for three
days. Ftc
GIRLS: 3 male grads looking for fe-
male to occupy 4th rm. in furn.
house starting either now or Fall '70.
Lg. kitchen, living and din;ng rms,
good location, reasonable rent. 662-
9252 or 761-2148. Ask for Lefty or
Phil. 11F78
WHY BUY a mass produced wedding
ring? Have a unique ring personally
designed. White or yellow gold.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Reasonable
prices. Call Jhan, 769-7550. 34Ftc

764-0557
PERSONALy
STOP! (Continued from Page 1)
Being hassled! Let us battle the ele- The first public action of the group was
meats for you . . . weather or'what- an endorsement of the BAM strike in an ad-
ever . . We'll find you a place to vertisement in The Daily, A few GLF mem-
live. Student Living Quarters, 1217 s.
University. 662-6591. 4Ftc bers also picketed buildings with signs bear-
TVs FOR RENT -se ing GLF identification during the strike.
19" Zenith portables, free service and Detroit GLF has organized a special GLF

'U' GROUP FORMED

ition* Out of the closet

delivery, no deposit required. Call
Nejac TV Rentals. 662-5671. 26Ftc
TIRED OF LOOKING for a place to
live? Student Living Quarters can
probably help you , .step in for
a cup of coffee and we'll tell you
what's available, for what rent ana
what our deal is-1217 S. Univ. 2Ftc
WHERE HAVE all the scrummers gone?
Is this the end of the "old" seniors?
Is this the end ofthe big boozers? Is
this the end? Have a groovy life, ev-
erybody! - David, circ. 46F79
DO YOU WANT TO BUY TICKETS, OR
HAVE TICKETS YOU WANT TO SELL
OR TRADE? READ AND USE THE
NEW DAILY CATEGORY, TICKETS
FOR QUICK RESULTS. F
GOING TO CALIF SOON? will share
exp., driving. 769-6582. 44F78
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT
GIRLS. Easy counting and pkg. job
in NW Detroit, starting bet. May 1-
Mrs. V. at 491-4406. 27F82
STUDENT DESIRES PAINTING. all
types. Four years experience. Call
662-4736 FD
NEED SOME TLC? Join The Michigan
Daily now and avoid the fall rush.
For individual attention, call Judy,
764-0552, afternoons. FF
WHOOPPEE!
Is the banality of your existence ov-
erwhelming? Has drinking lost its
meaning? Join The Daily Sports staff!
Come n any time. Someone's always
home. FD
Beg;nning April 8th, ALL DAILY
CLASSIFIEDS must be prepaid-You
must pay for the ad before it can
appear in thfe paper. GC
Congratulations-BARB ABRAMOFF -
MUSKET, 19711 Chairman
JEFF KAPLAN - Soph Show 1970
Chairman.
We know you'll be terrific! FA
COUPLE NEEDS 1-bdrm. apt. for fall-
will take sublet with fall option.
Under $135. 763-0832 or 662-2650. FB
Litter doesn't throw
itself away; litter
doesn't just happen.
People cause it-and'
only people can prevent
it. "People" means you.
Keep America Beautiful.
Advertising contributed
for the public good

contingent in the April 15 Anti-War March,
'U, neglectcharged
in W. Quad incident
(Continued from Page 1)
action immediately eliminated the possibil-
ity of the peaceful discussion we had plan-
ned."
David Zemmer said he "did not want to
comment because it might prejudice the
court case."
But University administrators do deny the
charge that they tried to cover up the in-
cident.
"That's just not true," says Director of
University Housing John Feldkamp. "The
first person on the scene was a resident
advisor. He called the housing investigator
who took the injured boys to the health
service."
The names of the students charged with
assault have been submitted to the schools
they attend and a decision on possible dis-
ciplinary action will be made later.
Three of the students involved in the inci-
dent have also been charged in District
Court with felonious assault. An examina-
tion on the charge for one of the students
has been set for April 15.
The other two students were ordered to
return to the court on Tuesday to either
demand examination or waive it. All have
been released on $250 bond.

and Rally in Detroit. Ann Arbor GLF is en-
couraging its members to attend, and also
encourages members to participate in similar
local marches.
The organization does not want to force
members to become politically active, how-
ever. As Mike Jones explains to the GLF
membership, "If you don't want to go out
and do something . . . you are as deserving
as much of privacy from us as you are from
th3 pigs."
The main political theme of the organiza-
tion is a cry of repression, and the charge is
directed as much towards gay people them-
selves as it is towards. the larger society.
Detroit GLF in a March 27 press release
summarizes a gay view of the socio-psy-
chological problems of being homosexual.
"Brought up in a society that damns us,
ridicules us, and stereotypes us . . . unable
to fit into any of the artificial roles that
society has defined for the sexes . . . taught
that our sexual inclinations are perverted,
immoral . . . we find our very humanity
denied.
"As a result, many homosexuals have been
unable to accept themselves; intense feelings
of guilt and inferiority have led some to
mental breakdown. even suicide.
"We are accused of being mentally im-
balanced; we ask how sane most hetero-
sexuals would be if they were-forced to expe-
rience what we must daily endure."
The Detroit analysis is evidenced, for one
member. by the-fact that less than 10 per-
cent of GLF members are women,
"I think women conceal themselves even
more than men." said one girl. "But I know
they're out there. They're just harder to
identify visually than men."
"We need to encourage them to come,"
she added.
The Ann Arbor GLF hopes to bring its

own people "out of the closets." In terms of
the larger society, it hopes to provide a new
definition for homosexuality.
Wittman's "Gay manifesto" provides one:
"Homosexuality is not a lot of things. It is
not a makeshift in the absence of the op-
posite sex; it is not hatred or rejection of
the opposite sex; it is not genetic, it is not
the result of broken homes except inasmuch
as we could see the sham of American mar-
riage. Homosexuality is the capacity to love
someone of the. same sex."
400 march to
protestwa
(Continued from Page 1)
Camejo, running as a Socialist Workers
Party candidate, criticized the American sys-
tem of government as well as individuals
holding office.
"We can end this war," Camejo said. "The
labor unions and the people have had the
power all the time. It is time to implement
that power."
"Don't kid yourselves," he said. "The Mc-
Carthy's and Kennedy's and McGovern's
know far better than you what is going on
in Vietnam. They just don't want to do any-
thing that would hurt their interests."
"During an election year every politician
is against slums," Camejo said. "Why do
we still have slums?"
"We don't even know our own, strength,"
he continued. "We have got to move masses."
Camejo said the key to the success of the
protests were "mass-actions by the people."
Debbie Bustin, coordinator of the march,
said the demonstration was "highly success-
ful considering the weather."

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