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Notice To Students Interested
In Romance Languages
Because of a sequence-key error
in the printing of the
four Spanish courses have been
printed under the heading
SERBO-CROATION on page 77.
They are:
484-421 Spanish Mind, 18th Century to Present
484-425 Romanticism
484-470 The Comedia
484-482 Picaresque Novel
Please consult page 77 for the
correct meeting times.

Page 16-Friday, November 16, 1979-The Michigan Daily

Bond attacks


Asserting that "The issue for Afro-
Americans, and for all Americans, is
whether the 200-year-old principle of
human rights and justice will be ap-
plied with an equal hand for all," State
Senator Julian Bond (D-Ga.), spoke
yesterday to some 200 people at
Washtenaw Community College.
Addressing the issue of "Black
Politics of the 80s," Bond said the in-
terest of black Americans in foreign
policy matters, such as the situation in
South Africa, is neither sudden nor new.
He cited the interest in African affairs
of 19th century black Americans, as
slaves and free persons.
DISCUSSING THE current situation


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in South Africa, Bond, a long-time civil
rights advocate, said, "The white
minority has let the black majority
know it never intends to allow one man,
one vote. These events concern us all."
Bond cited the 1954 decision of the
United States Supreme Court in Brown
vs. the Board of Education of Topeka,
which struck down the concept of
separate but equal schools for blacks
and whites, as crucial to the later civil
rights movement.
"The 25 years stretching back from
today to the 1954 Brown vs. the Board of
Education case have seen a successful
series of demonstrations and legislation
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SPEAKING TO SOME 200 people at Washtenaw Community College yes-
terday, long-time civil rights advocate Julian Bond addressed issues of
racial inequality.


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lifting some blacks from a system of
peonage," he said. "The decade and a
half following this decision saw this
transferred to a kind of militarism
never seen before."
THE 39-YEAR-OLD legislator
specified several pieces of legislation,
including the 1964 Civil Rights Act and
the 1972 Equal Employment Oppor-
tunity Act, As important for blacks and
other minorities. He noted that such
laws are impressive on paper, but alone
are insufficient in eradicating racial
"The motion, movement, and drama
of the 60s have made it impossible for
the people of the 70s to see blacks as
being at the bottom of the totem pole,"
Bond said. He pointed to the activities
of the Nixon administration as being
particularly harmful to minorities.
Calling the Nixon administration an
example of "the politics of self-rightous
swineness," Bon'd cited cutbacks in
federal spending for anti-poverty.
programs. He also discussed the dif-
ferences between the Warren and
Burger Supreme Courts, calling the lat-
ter "the protector of the powerful."
BOND ALSO discussed the support
Jimmy Carter received from black
voters in 1976. He noted Carter's. ap-
parent commitment to "closing the gap
between the shadow and substance of
the American dream," but questioned
the president's success in achieving
this goal.

7, 1979.

"The president can't act alone," he
added. "Each president has inherited a
national mood, an increasingly selfish
Despite his sympathy for the
president, Bond said he is endorsing
Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.), for
the 1980 Democratic presidential
nomination. "He would be my choice,
and I think he stands on his own
record," Bond said,
BOND WAS elected to the Georgia
Senate in 1974, and previously served
four terms in the Georgia House of
Representatives. He was first elected to
the state House in 1965, but was barred
from taking the seat by legislators op-
posed to his statements on the Vietnam
Bond won a third election to the state'
house seat in November 1966. The U.S"
Supreme Court ruled unanimously that
the legislators had erred in refusing to
seat him, and Bond took the oath of of-
fice in January 1967.
In addition to serving in the Georgia
Senate, Bond is a national syndicated
columnist and a weekly commentator
for NBC's "Today Show."
mostly college-age audience, Bond
urged young people to take an active in-
terest in politics.
"Apathy is highest among people
your age, 18- to 24-year-old black
people," Bond said. "Your age group is
out of it, you're out to lunch."

its not too late





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Woody gone but OSU
rivalry still persists

(Continued from Page 1)
another pep rally tomorrow in down-
town Detroit's Kennedy Square.
University cheerleaders and the
Michigan Marching Band will provide
entertainment. The crowd, expected to
consist of several hundred downtown
lunchgoers, according to CKLW
spokesperson, will also listen to
Michigan supporters, young and old,
including former University football
quarterback' Rick Leach.
But most will likely celebrate the


momentous match in smaller groups.
University senior Terry Mierzwa, for
example, said before the game he
would have a "tailgate" party (a picnic
on a station wagon door) with four of his
cousins from northern Michigan.
"'i'm a senior," Mierzwas said
yesterday. "This is my favorite team in
four years, because they have had to
battle back a lot of times."
Others have different celebration
"A FRIEND of mine, her mother is
going to make a pie, and we're going to
get some popcorn and toilet paper,"
sophomore Stephanie Helbeck said,
"The popcorn we're going t6oeat, and
the toilet paper we're going to throw,"
she added, laughing.
Sales of paraphanalia, such as but-
tons, T-shirts and bumper stickers, are
about average for this time of the year,
area stores reported yesterday.
Local bars said they expected large
crowds tonight and Saturday, but
'nothing especially eventful is antici-

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machines in place at the Michigan Union, the North Campus Commons,
and the Administrative Services Building at Hoover and Greene.
And even though they might say "Ready Teller," you can still
use your Money Machine Card-the same card that fits our five other
machines-to make withdrawals, deposits, transfer funds, even pay bills.
Ann Arbor Bank and Trust. Finding new ways to make banking
more convenient for you.


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