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Page Twelve

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, November 3, 1968

Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Y STRIK

" BECAUSE you have no choice; a vote in the Ameri-
can party system is a vote to affirm and support
the system which wreaks death in the third world
and in the ghettoes.
" BECAUSE the brutal war in Vietnam continues.
* BECAUSE the complicity of the University of Mich-
igan in the death system continues through clas-
sified.& war research and "defense" ties such as
the Institute for Defense Analysis.
" BECAUSE the strike is yours; it belongs neither to
those who control American political parties or
to those who run America's universities. The strike
is action-action by students to clearly indicate
our opposition to what has become the American
Death System.

Jo'

THE

ST

IKE!

STRIKE SCHEDULE;
MONDAY, NOV. 4th
8-12 am: Strike Support Actions-(meet at Diag for picketing, leafleting
Noon: Rally at Diag
1-5 pm: Tours (leave from Diag)
1 pm: The CorporateUniversity
2 pm: ROTC & Draft Board
3 pm: The University and Health, Education & Welfare
4 pm: Military Research & the University
1-7 pm: Liberation Classes
1 pm: * The Elections-31 1 Thompson St.

MOVEMENT CENTERS will be open during the en-
tire strike for liberation classes, informaldiscussions,
coffee, a place to rest, friendship, and information on
strike activities. You arewelcome to stop by:

439
618
301

So. Division
Church
N. State No. 5

821 E. University No. 6
802 Monroe St. (basement)

A STRIKE CENTER will be set up on the Diag all day
Monday and Tuesday.

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2 pm:

* University Education-618 Church St.
(what to do as students, teaching fellows & faculty about grades,
subject matter, ways of learning)
* The Multiversity-802 Monroe St. (basement)
(a mechanism for educational oppression)
6 Authoritarian Classroom Role-Playing Game-825 Tappan No. 6
* Modern Dance-steps of Museum of Art

3 pm:
* Education: An American Problem-439 S. Division
* Racism Role Playing-802 Monroe St. (upstairs)
* Producing Real Change-301 N. State No. 5
* Radical Anthropology-Canterbury House Lounge
4 pmn: * The French Revolt (as seen by participants) -East Quad
Residential College Main Lounge

6 pm:
7 pm:

* Anarchism-439 S. Division
* Imperialism-301 N. State No. 5
* Women's Liberation-825 Tappan
i Arts & The Revolution-821 E. University No. 6
* Yoga-802 Monroe St. (basement)
* Racism- (Location .to be announced)

10:00 P.M.: Torchlight March-meet at Diag & march through campus to
present demands to Pres. Fleming to end UM war complicity
TUESDAY, NOV. 5th: VOTE WITH YOUR FEET
8-12 am: Strike Support Actions (meet at Diag)
10:00 am: Mass Strike Meeting: open discussion of strike actions and future
strategies. Assembly Room-Michigan Union)
Noon: Rally at Diag
Afternoon: Funeral March: following rally, a march from the Diag through
town to post "notices of death" at doors of Democratic &
Republican parties
8 pm: Festival of Life Party (Depot House, 416 So. Ashley)

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