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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, December 7, 1969

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, December 7, 1969

Do you REALLY know what's happening
inside the army?
Hear GI ORGANIZERS
FROM FORT KNOX
These people, who run a coffee house at Fort Knox ond publish
FTA, an underground paper that talks about Vietnam, racism and
GI rights, have been arrested, harassed--and face prison for
organizing against the war.'
ALSO,
"ARMY"
A new Newsreel film
Sunday--8:00--NEWMAN CENTER, Basement
331 THOMPSON
Sponsored by Resistance-Newsreel ---SDS
No Admission-Donation Welcome
A benefit for the FTA legal defense fund

UGLI displays photo wuinners

Winers of the Creative Arts
Photography contest a r e cur-
rently on display in the foyer
of the UGLI. Judy Meade won
the top two prizes, taking the
award for General Excellence
and t he First Place Pictorial
award.
Judges for the exhibit a r e
Prof. Philip Davis, Stuart Ab-
bey, Richard Lee, photo editor
of the Michiganensian and Tomi
Copi. The photographs will re-
main on display until Dec. 14.
Miss Meade's prizes totalled
$70. Arnold Lee Maurice Mart-
inez and Larry Sobel each won
$20 and placed second in the

pictorial category. The pictorial
category included still life, ex-
perimental, design and people.
Stanley Factor a n d Roger
Humphries took the top prizes
in the University Life and To-
day categories respectively. Fac-
tor and Humphries were each
awarded $10. There were no sec-
ond place winners in either of
these two categories,
Special Awards Pictorial were

received by Benjamin Hodal,
Judy Meade (two awards) Tip
1-igh, Andy M a rk, Richard
Goodman, Eric Winter, Tom
Sandercock, Randy Edmonds
and John Aiello.
The contest was sponsored by
UAC. All photographs not used
for display can be picked up at
the UTAC office, those on display
will be available after Dec. 20
and until Feb. 1, 19'x0.

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-Michigan Daily

EMU PLAYERS SERIES
DEATH OF A SALESMAN
WED.-SUN., DEC. 10-14
EMU's Quirk Auditorium $1.75
Reservations: 482-3453 (weekdays 12:45-4 :30)

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BULLETIN
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official publication of The Univer-
sity of Michigan. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
3528 LSA before 2 p.m. of the day
preceding publication and by 2
p.m. Friday for Saturday and Sun-
day. Items may appear only once.
Student organization notices a r e
not accepted for publication. For
information, phone 764-9270.
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7
Day Calendar
D~egree Recital: Susan Anderson, vio-
lin: School of Music Recital Hall, 2:30
p.m.
Degree Recital: Mary Yascolt, flute;
School of Music Recital Hall, 4:30 p.m.
International Center Film Series: The
Strange Case of the English Language:]
International Center, 7:30 p.m.
MONDAY, DECEM1BER 8
Geography Seminar: Gordon Ewing, .
McMaster Univ., "A Test to Assess the
Significance of Differing Space Prefer-
ence in Consumer Spatial Choice Be-
havior"; 4050 LSA, 11:00 am
Anatomy Seminar: Dr. 11 J. Bak,
Max-Planck Inst. for Brain Research,
Frankfurt, Germany, "Studies on Cate-
cholamine Containing Granules in Sub-
stantia Nigra ad Pineal Gland"; South
Lec. Hall, Med. Set. II, 4:00 p.m.
(Continued on Page 7) ]

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Catherine Spaak and Jean-Louis Trintignant
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MRS. MARSTON BATES
"Population Explosion"~
Tuesday, Dec. 9--Noon Luncheon Discussion
JULIA RIGLEY and SHELLEY KROLL
active in Women's Liberation

SUNDAY EVENING

7:30 P.M.

OPEN DISCUSSION
with Student Religious Liberals at
GUILD HOUSE

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realized that it should win her
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CINEMA GUILD is PROUD to Announce the third
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