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Tuesday, September 17, 1968

THE MICHGAN DAILY Tuesdoy, September 17, 1968

Muham med comes t

There is a tendency to dismiss
the man as a gbod showman
whose words and actions are
nothiig more thin mere enter-
' There is also a tendency to
dismiss himn as a dreamer whose
plans are out of .touch with the
realities of American society.
Yet the reaction which Mu-
hammed Ali generated Sunday
night demonstrated that both
he and his objectives are worth
more than just passing interest.,
By self-admission, he "speaks
the truth." His familiar dialect
and colorful similes remind you
of his "Louisville Lip" days
when het would talk thousands
into the arenas to see him fight.
But now they are being used to
tell you that the only solution
to the black-white piroblem is
the establishment of a separate
black state. .
Certainly his mixture of Black
Muslim ideology with his clown-
ing imitations of the American
APA out $$$
The Association of Producin
Artists suffered a severe financia
setback yesterday when it wa
revealed that a two-year-old
$250,000 grant from the Nationa
Endowment for the Arts will no
be renewed this year-..
The grant, from the federal gov
ernment's largest arts and hu
manities assistance program, had
to be withdrawn because of las
spring's Congressional appropria
tions cut.
Sources close to the APA indi
cated that the setback will no
effect the company's seventh Ann
Arbor season, which begins to
night in Mendelssohn . Theatr
with a showing of Moliere's "Th

Uncle Tom lessens the' sting of
what he has to say. But when he
says that the common ,enemy of
all black Americans is the white
American, you know that his
finger is pointing straight at.
He tells you that it is unnat-
ural for black and white to live
together and you stop and think
about the antiquated' Northern
liberal doctrine of integration on
which you were brought up.
He tells you that if he were
white he would vote for George
Wallace because "Wallace is not
' two-faced, he tells it like it is."'
And then he adds'that "all black
men should get together and if
Wallace was president, he'd
force us to get together"
Even Ali's humorous illustra-
tion of the brainwashing of
American society becomes bit-
tersweetas he rolls off a long
list of "whitewashings" from
White Rain Shampoo to the
White Tornado.
Then he adds the "black is
bad" examples, I i k er being
."blackballed" out of a frater-
nity or being "black-listed" out
of a job and you begin to thinkc
past the humor of his illustra-
g tions.
L Ali's attitude toward other
S black activist and black power
d groups is like the attitude of the
l teacher toward his rebellious
t student. "They have stolen parts
of Elijah Mohammed's program,
which he has been teaching for
- 20 years, but all the ideas come
d from Islam," says Ali.
t Ali's only disagreement with
- the more militant groups is one
t Lose Something?,
n v
- Find it with a
,e Daily Classified

Assembly Board of supervsors refuses F0tILviti
o, 376 No. MAPLE RD.-7691300
discusses to reimburse welfare fundsN.HG
SAT -SN.-I :4d53:30-5:16a
(Continued firom page one) oped between Burton and Lunde. munique was read after the super- MON. thru FRI-7:00-9:00
agreement witl the welfare moth- Lunde said, "I saw no reason to visors unanimously voted to refuse l 'k p ook at the
ers on the basis that the facts knuckle under. We've knuckled the money.
bwwith which they determined the under to $70 and a second helping Also filed into record during the eriit es (and wrongs
(Continued from Page]i) agreement were incorrect. to go even further Lord, I'll tell meeting was a communication wofwestern 8oiety.
The resolution, which in fact, you right now we've the best law from the Ann Arbor Human Rela-
was meant as a resolution re- enforcement anywhere." tions Commission which asked for
dents, faculty and administration. questing the SSB to abandon the Lunle ended the debate by an- a "full-fledged investigation" into
Discussion centered a r o u n d emergency program, was defeated nouncing the WMC had unani- the police tactics used during the
working drafts of proposals for 22-12. mously voted to take out $250,000 welfare demonstrations.
the establishment of the UC and Lunde called the whole problem fiom the SSB's 1969 budget. The supervisors failed to act on
the communications committee "a comedy of errors" and claimed, During the meeting, approxi- the recommendation and suggest-
which were drawn up by the ad "We had organized nation-wid mately 40 persons marched out- ed the HRC conduct its own in- CAUTION:
hoc committee during the sum- disidents and an unorganized side the County Blgd., protesting vestigation or seek the assistance TII MOTION PICTURE
mer. Discussion of a new Univer- county board. We have a lot to the distribution of additional of the Michigan Civil Rights Com- SOULD BE KEPT OUT OF
sity judiciary system was post- be proud of with our law enforce- funds to the welfare mothers. At missibn. THE REACH OF CHILDREN!
poned pending completion of a ment." t e beginning of the meeting, Mrs. Some 240 students, welfare
proposed draft on that subject by Burton attacked Lunde, claim- Norma Castle presented the super- mothers and their supporters were
the committee. ing, you make us look silly. Had visors with 2,633 signatures en- arrested in two days of demon-
Mike Koeneke, Student Govern- you known money was in the bud- dorsing a peition which con- strations at the County Bldg. Sept.
ment Council president, explained get, there .would have ben, no demned additional funds for the 5 and 6.
that the proposals which the As- need to ha've all thqse meetings. mothers. The mothersreciplents of Aid to
-Dsembly was discussing were purely We ought to let a bad deal go to Harrison said, "I agree with Dependent Children - were de-
wy f - advisory in nature. He said the bed. You ought to get out of poli- those women who presented the ,manding a special allotment to
committee wasx, awaiting the tics, because those taxpayers petition." provide school clothing for their
opinion of faculty members and a pressuring you may be your peo- The Ann Arbor League of children./
communication from the Regents ple, but the welfare mothers are Women Voters sent a communique : The dispute was resolved when I
before completing its final drft my people." to the supervisors urging them to the Supervisors agreed to appro-
of proposals. A highly vocal argument devel- approve the $50,000. But the com- p'iate funds the SSB claimed it
"What you have before you," he ~ needed to make the special allot-
continued, "are two related pro-. ments.
Da y cs pals. The final draft will be a tI*S to
DaryAny acs package of proposals relating toI tru stees t vote'
the University Council, the con- A TA N D ?20h Cntury-Fox presents
munications committee and the WHAT CAN I DO?
judiciary. It will be presented to yoateret r il of V P M a The University ofMiEBuntetr
ial project is seeking volunteerOt cRhEN
Oner topic which the Assembly tutors in the areas of speech, Eng-
discussed extensively concerned (Continued from page oite } of his own and his wife's interests lish, writing, and remedial reading :.'
th the nature of the conduct under worth at space to International. in the building." for a prograrp at Washtenaw Com-,
the council's jurisdiction. The Business Machines, which does May's'wife is a major stockhold- munity Colege. Tuts wi meet
of tactics. "If I wasn't a Mus- consensus of both faculty and business with MSU. er in the Philip Jesse Co., the W.C.C who have not had an even
lim, I'd be a Panther," he says, members of the ad hoc committee To finance construction of the holding company which owns the educational break. Call and or-
"but the black man'doesn't have was that this conduct should be bilding, May borrowed $1.1 mil- Michigan Ave. office building. range for an interview; from 12-5
the numbers or the manufactur- limited to non-academic areas ion dollars from the Michigan Asked how the conflict-of-in- at 663-8607 or from 5-7 at 76-
ing to fight the white man phy- which are of concern fro all mem- National Bank. May at that time terest ruling could be enforced if 475. Act now. You are neededsA
sically." . bers of the University, not just was on the bank's board of direc- May returns to his job and keeps
H one segment such as the students- tors. . the controversial business inte-
How does Ali expect the white A lengthy debate was carried on The building at 1111 Michigan rests. Assistant Attorney General
man to provide a-separate state concerning the proposed power of Ave.- was designed by the architec- Leon Cohan said, "We're not going SHOWS AT 1:30 & 7:30
Allathe bl nr itHe sys each of the three segments of the tural firm of Ralph Calder and on the assumption that that will- TICKETS AVAILABLE AT
Si UC to "disaffirm" a regulation Associates for $20,000, about two happen: After the meeting May OX OFFICE ATSHOW TIME
hance s sving Americ passed by UC by tentatively with- per cent of the building's total can divest himself of the various In newsaeeiplcnafr...Themosimagnificent pietTure -
chance. >larh sespn the hitedrawing from the council. cost. The same firm had pre- interests. This is up to the trus- 0SE 0K ctoorMAGARE Mfl -
man on earth stopping thxA period of up to 20 days is viously designed $76 million worth tees.
black man from integrating and provided for resolution of such a of construction for MSU at a five Kelley's ruling against May was {y
he also sees the white man stop- dispute over regulations. Some per cent fee. (based on constitutional.provisions ,
ping the black man from get- faculty members felt that the > H sf M hd hbtin tt frm WinneroTt
{ing ut. meria isdoomd toHaram caims if ay hadtw-poiiting sae officials aro. fs dewAwar
ting out. America is doomed to lberiod provided for resolution was ceived the same deal for -SU being "interested directly or in-
destruction unless it lets the not long enough. Others thought that he did for himself, he could directly in any contract.. . which e LESLIE HOWARD OLWT d ILI1AND
black man go free." that the UC should resolve regu- I have saved the university over shall cause a substantial conflictF
You are not surprised by what lations problems by a process of' $2,000,000. of interest." oFiday andSa ad a y$ 5 All Other 1
he is saying; you are surprised amendment within the council "If he's not already divested of Amidst the furor over May, Sunday Performances
that you believe what he is say- The proposed bylaws .are beirtg those interests," said Harlan, Hannah and Harlan were also in-
ing. prepared for approval by the Re- "May is not going back to that vestigated. However, Kelley ruled____
You clap when he jokes about gents in order to implement job. On Friday he'll probably come they were not, in conflict of -in-
what he calls the other solutions recommendations made by the in with evidence he has disposed terest
to the black-white problem-in- Hatcher' Commission Report on -- --
tegration, burning the cities, the Role of Students in Decision-
and miscegination. You even Making.
find yourself, joining the black The commission advocated es-
chorus of "say it, brother" and tablis ment of a Vniversity Coun-- The han in
"tell the truth, brother." cil c mposed of nine members ~~
And when you find yourself representing students, faculty, and- was h
rising to your feet for him at the administration; a communica-
the end you know you feel good. tions committee which would serve -
But do you feel good because as a means of resolving conflictsbest s h w
you agree with him or, like Wal- between opposing groups within
lace, because you always agreed the University; and a University in mown..
with him? judiciary system.
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