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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, October 29, 1978-Page 3

Demonstrators clashed with Detroit police on the night of Oct. 29,
1968 at Cobo Arena during presidential candidate George Wallace's
last state campaign appearance. More than 200 police were called and
10 people arrested on charges ranging from inciting to riot to spitting
on an officer. Chairs were swung and punches thrown in the confusion
and an undetermined number of demonstrators were taken to Detroit
General Hospital. The incident was reportedly touched off by a dispute
between black anti-Wallace students and pro-Wallace supporters.
... being today with a performance of an Israeli dance at Hillel,
1429 Hill, from noon til 1, followed by Israeli folk dancing from 1 to 3
. .. then Olga Donenberg will lecture on "Science of The Soul, the Path
of the Masters," at 2 at the Friends Meetinghouse, 1420 Hill.. . also at
2 is a faculty violincello recital in the SM Recital Hall of the Music
School. . . the Music School will also present the Baroque Trio at 2 in
the Museum of Art.. . still at 2, the Outing/Hiking Group will meet at
the Huron Street entrance of Ipackham . . . and finally at 2, Alison
Adams will talk on "Guardians of the Nile: Sculpture from Karanis in
the Fayoum-250 B.C.-A.D. 450" at the Kelsey Museum ... then at 4,
students interested in becoming contestants for the Ann Arbor version
of "the Dating Game" will be meeting in Room 126 of East Quad ...
and Ed Seymour is giving a flute recital at 4 in the Pendleton Room of
the Union . . . the Wesley Foundation, 602 W. Huron is offering a
singing program at 5, a workshop at 5:30, and a shared meal at 6:30 ...
at 7, Rep. Perry Bullard and Detroit College of Law Prof. Harold
Norris will speak on "The Ballot Issues: Particularly B, H, K" at the
aCLU Sunday seminar at 1006 Morton ... from 7 to 9 WCBN is presen-
ting "Reel Live Music: Roland Hanna, Barry Harris Trio" . . . Chug
Aliyah is having an organizational meeting for people considering
immigrating to Israel at 7:30 in Hillel. .. and at 8, St. Mary's Student
Chapel is sponsoring a presentation on the "Gospel and Social Issues."
On MONDAY, "Recruitment Strategies of Leftist Parties in
Western Europe Since World War II," a lecture by University of
Bologna Professor of Political Science Gianfranco Pasaquino will be
held at noon in 5208 Angell Hall . . . also at noon, Perry Bullard will
speak at Trotter House on the three tax amendments . . . Francois
Crouzet, professor of history at the University of Paris will lecture
in5208 Angell Hall at 4 on "Comparison Between the Evolutionof Fren-
ch and American Economies During the Wars of Revolution and Em-
pire" . , . from 3 to 9, the Student Blood Bank will be accepting
donations of blood at Bursley Hall. .. the University will be sparring
the Spartans in field hockey at Ferry Field at 3 ... at 4, James Murran
from Oxford University will speak on Threshold Cell-Cell Interaction
and Spacial Structuring in Practical Reaction-Diffusion Systems, or
How the Leopard Got Its Spots" in 214 W. Engineering. . . Carnegie
Mellon University Prof. Edward Casassa will also speak at 4 in Room
3005, Department of Chemistry on "Conformation of Polymer Chains
in Restricted Space" ... Women studies will present the film "Never
Give Up" in Aud 3, MLB at 7.. . at 7:30, Nuclear Concerns will show
the film "Selling of the Pentagon" in the Kuenzel Room of the Union. .
. at 8, English Prof. Alan Wald will discuss Marx at Michigan at the
Guild House, 802 Monroe.. . and from 9:30 to 1, enjoy free jazz and a
nightcap at the Eclipse Jazz jam session in the University Club.
On the outside . .
Blue will continue to dominate the skies today and the tempera-
ture will remain crisp. The mercury is expected to reach 56, low 24.


When Kirkpatrick M
invented the first ridable bi
years ago, he probably never
it to become a political caus
Ann Arbor that is preciselyI
The Bicycle League (AABL)
lobbying city and county ofi
eight years, encouraging then
ch transportation policiesr
'We feel the world
be a better place u
automobiles .-.-.
promoting an alter
to the automobile.'
-Jerry Rees.
AABL spok
The AABL says bicycling i
an excellent form of recreati
also an increasingly impor
ecologically sound mode of
"WE FEEL THE world w
better place without automob
plained Jerry Rees, a spoke
the AABL. "People should cu
their use of cars by riding bic)
active people in the grou
fanatics, but are interestedi
everyone to use bikes as a
transportation. We're prom
alternative to the automobile.

league coo
HT According to Rees, prior to the for-
acmillan mation of AABL, bicycling was not
cycle 139 taken seriously by the city. Little was
expected done to recover stolen bikes, and
se. But in although bicycles and cars are legally
the case. entitled to the same privileges, bike
has been riders couldn't assert their rights on the
ficials for road, he said.
m to laun- Members of AABL are convinced that
regarding constructing bike paths along major
thoroughfares should have a high
priority in public transportation policy.
would In 1973 AABL secured a place on the
.t tcity ballot for the Highway Safety Bon-
rithout ding Proposition, a proposal which
We're provided for the establishment of a 91-
mile bikeway system in Ann Arbor.
rnative WITH THE overwhelming passage of
the bonding issue, AABL achieved one
of its primary goals. Most of the
bikeway system has been funded by
city council, though the AABL says a
£esman few major links have not yet been ap-
Recently AABL has been working to
have a program stressing the rights of
s not only bicyclists included in drivers'
ion, but is education classes. "Most motorists
rtant and don't understand bicyclists," said
transpor- Reer.
Rees encourages bicycle riders to
ould be a press local officials for better bike
biles," ex- storage facilities, theft prevention, and
esman for maintenance of bike paths. "Public of-
it down on ficials have been very responsive to the
ycles. The needs and problems of bicyclists," said
up aren't Rees. "Students should get involved
in getting when bike-related issues come up
means of before the city council. We're trying to
noting an get people to realize they really do have
an input."

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