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The Michigan Daily, 1978-10-08

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rOU SEE EWS A3P01n C&L AY
Next to last chance
The deadline is fast approaching for those interested in register-
ing for the November election. Tuesday, Oct. 10 will be the final day
for new voters to put their names on the rolls. Those who have
previously voted in Ann Arbor need not register to vote here. Those
who have relocated since the last time they voted (and who among us
hasn't moved recently in this highly transient community) should get
their new address to the city in order to be able to vote in their new
precincts. Look out for voter registration tables in the Diag and on the
first floor of the Michigan Union Monday and Tuesday. City Hall, cor-
ner of Fifth ave. and Huron St., will also take registrations during
business hours-and until 8 p.m. Tuesday. The Ann Arbor Public
Library, corner of E. William St. and Fifth ave., is nother registration
site. By the way, address changes may be given to the City Clerk's of-
fice by phone. Call 994-2725. Now get with it.
0
Correction .. .
In an article on the drinking age proposal yesterday, we mis-
takenly reported Michigan's drinking age is scheduled to go up to 19 in
January. The one year hike is actually scheduled to occur December 3,
1978. 0
Happenings...
If you manage to recuperate in, time from a hard day's night of
football revels, head over to Hilled at 11 a.m. for a meeting of the Ac-
tion for Soviet Jewry in Human Rights. . . from noon until 5:30 the
Free China Student Association is sponsoring a Free China Cultural
Day in Conference Rooms 3,;4, 5, and 6 of the Union ... back at Hillel at
12, an Israeli dance group will perform ... and if you stick around
there until 1, you can participate in an informal dance session yourself
... a 10-mile "Walk for Hunger" will help raise money for hungry per-
sons all over the world. If interested in donating some legwork, meet
at the First Presbyterian Church at 1432 Washtenaw at 1:30 . . at 2,
the Outing/Hiking Club will gather at Rackham's Huron St. entrance
... Margaret Randall will deliver an "Informal Talk on Contemporary
Cuban Culture" at the Guild House at 3... Open Singles invites all
unmarried adults to a "What's on Your Mind" discussion and party at
8 p.m. at 1434 Collegewood in Ypsilanti ... if you are married, or would
rather learn about Japance dancing, Music Professor William Malm
will present a talk entitled "Japanese Bugaku as a Reflection of An-
cient East Asian Culture" at 8 in the Rackham auditorium.. . MON-
DAY... what better time than early Monday morning to have your
yearbook graduate portrait taken! Stop by the Michiganensian office
at 420 Maynard, Monday-Friday, or call 764-0561 from 9-9 for infor-
mation .. , advance registration for a Washtenaw Community College
course on first aid techniques is being taken now. Call 482-2230 for
details . .. the national director of the Student Struggle for Soviet
Jewry, Glen Richter, will speak on "Soviet Jewry in the Post-
Shcharansky Era" at 1:00 in the UGLI Multi-Purpose Room . . . if
you'd like to chat with LSA Dean Billy Frye and members of the
Geograhy Department, or at least partake of some donuts and coffee,
show at the Dean's Tea, 3:30 in the Geography Department Lounge,
4th floor LSA,.. at 4:00 in the Rackham Amphitheater Dr. Aryh
Neier, national executive director of the ACLU from 1970-78 will lec-
ture on "Definding Freedom for the Enemies of Freedom: American
Nazis and Free Speech" ... for those who've at one time or another
had the inclination to join Robin Hood's Band of Merry Men, the
University Archery Club will be shooting in the Coliseum at 6:30 ...
then switch to a bit of Virginia Reel with free square-dancing lessons
from the A-Squares in the Union at 7. . . also at 7 the Women's Studies
Free Film Series is showing four films in MLB Aud. 3: "Battered
Women: Violence Beind Closed Doors, Incest: Victim Nobody
Believes, Rape Culture, and Child Abuse: Cradle of Violence ... the
Nuclear Concersn Film Series is showing More Nuclear Power
Stations" in the Union's Kuenzel Room at 7:30 ... President Fleming
will deliver his "State of the University Address" in Mendelssohn
Theatre at 8, along with the presentation of faculty awards.. . and the
Undergraduate Political Science Organization is sponsoring a speech
"Camp David: War or. Peace," to be given by Raymond Tanter in the
UGLI Multi-Purpose Room at 8.
On the outside
The freeze was expected to his Ann Arbor overnight, according to
weather forecasters. The overnight low was expected to be in the mid
20s. The afternoon will bring slightly warmer termperatures under
partly sunny skies. The high should be about 54o*. Better pick up some
woolens.

The Michigan Daily-Sunday, October 8, 1978--Page 3
Carter may help Fitz
From staff reports ment to travel through Michigan, other
In a private White House meeting Democrats plan to visit the state on
Friday, President Carter told William , behalf of Fitzgerald and other can-
Fitzgerald he is unsure as to whether he didates in his party.
will come to Michigan to stump for the VIce-President Walter Mondale will.
Democratic candidate for governor. campaign in Michigan Oct. 19 and
Carter said if he does campaign for Senator Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.)
the state senator, he won't come to has agreed to keynote a $100-a-seat din:
Michigan until the final days of the ner honoring Fitzgerald in Detroit on
race, according to Fitzgerald Press Oct. 22.
Secretary Larry Good. Good said a Car- During the meeting, which lasted for
ter visit hinges on whether the less than 30 minutes, Good said the two
President can open up some time in his Democrats discussed state funding
schedule. troubles and the Macomb County sewer
While Carter hasn't made a commit- problem.

CLAUDE CHABROL

1968

LES BICHES

Glamorous Frederique takes up with the enigmatic Why.
Tritignant is attracted to both women. The sense of the
double, the shifting of love and hints of sadd-masochism
merge with Chabrol's Hitchcockian sense of cinematic form.
Violence arrupts amidst calm and beauty.

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CINEMA GUILD

TONIGHT AT
7:00 and 9:15

OLD ARCH.

AUD.
$1.50

Daily Photo by ANDY FREEBERG
JAMES MINTON DISPLAYS a drawerful of maps located on the eighth floor of
the graduate library. The files behind him contain over 200,000 maps from all
over the world.
'U' map library

LORRAINE W. GRAY 1978
BABIES AND BANNERS:
Story of the Women's Emergency Brigade
ANN ARBOR PREMIERE-A stirring portrayal of the long-hidden role of the Women's Emergency Brigade
in the historic Flint sitdown strike of 1936-37. A dramatic testimony of the courage, intelligence and fore-
sight of working women engaged in struggle. "Filmmakers Gray and Goldfarb deserve a lot of credit for
letting these union women do their own talking-the talk shines with intelligence and candor-and for
choosing and organizing old film clips of the actual strike into a compelling whole."-Barbara Hoover,
Detroit News. Film historion/producer Lyn Goldfarb ond Brigade Lt. Nellie Besson Henrix will be present
to answer questions and participate in discussion following the first showing. Benefit for The Organizing
Committee for Clericols. Co-sponsored by Campus Labor Support Group.

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WED: Cuban Film Festival-THE LAST SUPPER-MLB 3
FRI: LOONEY TUNES REVIEW Part 5: Chuck Jones

CIN E MA11tonight at ANGELL HALL AUD. A
CINE A .7 and 9 $1.50

points te
By TONY BLOENK direction
Any student who had to scour the diag are used
in search of a classroom she or he never routesa
knew existed, or tried to explain to a ownersh
passing motorist how to avoid one way The lib
streets en route to North Campus, collectio
knows the invaluable power of maps to of the l
put the world in perspective. the coun
In the words of noted cartographer P. some in
E. James, "Like an ant upon a rug, the Nat
man may know very exactly the nature retails a
of the fabric near by, but the general sections
design is beyond his range of vision." mean da
mean da
"IF THIS BIT of wisdom intrigues cabbage
you, or if you simply have trouble The ra
finding your way around, you might old c
make a trip-to the Map Library on the thousand
eighth floor of the Graduate Library. century
The map room, open weekdays from
1-5, is "research and reference TIlE I
oriented," but used by "more than of 2000
geographers," according to head counties
librarian James Minton. pictures
Although he complains "Americans cities.
are not map conscious," Minton said All atl
that students in as wide a range of are cata
subjects as library science, history, both the
sociology, and engineering daily preuse and the
the library's 200,000 sheet maps and rom. S
various multi-lingual atlases. retrieve

way
in, distance and location, maps
d by urban planners in plotting
and lawyers in settling land
hip disputes.
brary, which houses the largest
an of maps in the state and one
argest university collections in
try, has its share or rarities. Of
terest to the curious might be
tional Atlas of Japan, which
t $350. The atlas' more detailed
feature such tidbits as the
ate of the first warbler and the
ate of the first sighting of the
butterfly.
are maps found in the 75-year-
ollection number several
d, some dating from the 16th
and valued as high as $6,000.
LIBRARY also has a collection
aerial photos of Michigan
and a small number of satellite
of Michigan and selected U.S.
ases, maps and reference titles
alogued with call numbers in
second floor public catalogue
card catalogue in the map
Staff assistance is required to
the maps from their files.
oom materials generally do not
e, although many maps may be
pied. Some materials may he
the second floor reference desk
when the map room is closed.

MINTON POINTS OUT that school
studies are not the only reason that
might draw people into the library.
Besides aiding travelers in finding
_,eC i

Map r
circulat
photocol
held at t
for use m

pse,*

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with guest appearance by JACK BROKENSHA
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MIESTONE JAZZ STARS
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Take 1-94 to,
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Use Madison Ave. exit

Next Attraction:
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Oct. 18-22

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