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The Michigan Daily-Saturday, April 14, 1979-Page 3

F OUS E E N E W S A P P E N C A L L tA IL Y
Oh, what's-her-name
Shirley Hufstedler will be the
main speaker at the graduation
commencements on April 28.
"Shirley who?" you may ask.
Well, for those of you who don't
know, Hufstedler just happens to
be the highest ranking woman
judge in the country. There is
speculation that Judge Huf-
stedler may also become the first
woman judge to be appointed to
the U.S. Supreme Court. Huf-
stedler is currently a U.S. Court
of Appeals judge in Los Angeles,
Calif: Also speaking at the
Rceremony will be physicist
Alicia de Larroacha. All three
r persons will receive honorary
University degrees at the
ceremony.
* Hufsted/er
Barbaric queving
The line of people stretched almost completely around Crisler
Arena early yesterday morning as hundreds of rock music fans waited
to buy tickets to see the Barbarians. The band, featuring Rolling
Stones members Ron Wood and Keith Richards, premiere jazz-rock
bassist Stanley Clarke, Ian McGlagan and Bobby Keys, is reportedly
touring to promote Wood's new solo lP "Gimme Some Neck." About
500 tickets for the April 24 concert are said to be left.
Take ten
For the second time in the Oscar's 41-year history, the best
acting award turned out to be a tie in a decision announced April 14,
1969. Katherine Hepburn of "The Lion in Winter," and Barbara
Streisand of "Funny Girl" both won the award for best actress of 1968.
.Cliff Robertson, the dimwit-turned-genius of "Charly," was selected
best actor of the year, and "Oliver" was picked best picture.
Happenings
FILMS
Cinema Guild-Girlfriends, 7,9 p.m., Old Arch. Aud.
Cinema II-American Hot Wax, 7,9p.m., Aud. A, Angell.
Mediatries-The Paper Chase, 7,9 p.m., Nat. Sci. Aud.
Ann Arbor Film Co-op-Every Man for Himself and God Against
All, 7, 9 p.m., Aud. 3, MLB.

Ban on
aerosols
effective
tomorrow
WASHINGTON (AP)-A government
ban on virtually all aerosal products
containing fluorocarbons goes into ef-
fect tomorrow, ending a phaseout
program for the substance believed to
threaten the Earth's protective ozone
shield.
The final step in the two-year
program-a ban on interstate shipmen-
ts. of almost all aerosols using
fluorocarbon propellant-follows
earlier steps to halt manufacture of
non-essential aerosols using the
chemical.
FLUOROCARBON propellants, once
used to pressurize more than a billion
containers of consumer products each
year, have largely disappeared from
store shelves around the country in
recent years as the environmental
hazard became of increasing concern.
They were used widely in deodorants,
anti-perspirants, hair sprays, colognes,
insecticides, spray paints, air
fresheners, furniture polishes and
household cleaners.
A handful of products classified as
essential-and a few that slipped
through a loophole in the federal
regulations-may remain on the
market. But officials say the exempt
products constitute only two per cent or
three per cent of sales before the
phaseout began.
SOME BANNED products may still
be on store shelves next week because
no recall has been ordered, and they
may continue to be sold until existing
stocks are exhausted. Consumers can
identify them by warning labels they
have been required to carry for more
than a year.
"Warning: Contains a
chlorofluorocarbon that may harm the
public health and environment by
reducing ozone in the upper at-
mosphere."
Chlorofluorocarbon is the chemical
name for gases composed of chlorine,
fluorine and carbon that have come to
be known simply as fluorocarbons. It is
actually the cholorine that has been
found to deplete the Earth's protective
umbrella of ozone in the stratosphere,
increasing the planet's exposure to the
sun's ultraviolet radiation.
The products classified as essential
and therefore exempt from the ban in-
clude contraceptive vaginal foams,
inhalers used by athma sufferers,
cytology fixatives used in cancer
diagnosis, a mine safety warning
device, agents used to eject plastics
from molds and flying insect sprays
used on airplanes and in commercial
food-handling areas.

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SPEAKERS
"Rhyme Space-Bill Kincaid, poetry reading, 2 p.m., Pendleton
Room, Michigan Union.
Social Work-Eunice Shatz, "Social Work, Education and Prac-
tice," 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., third floor, Michigan League.
PERFORMANCES
PTP-Walker's "The River Niger," 8 p.m., Power Center.
Gilbert and Sullivan Society-"HMS Pinafore," 8 p.m., Men-
delssohn Theatre.
SPORTS
Softball-Michigan vs. Oakland, 1 p.m., Ferry Field.
Baseball-Michigan vs. Wisconsin, 1 p.m., Fisher Stadium.
MISCELLANEOUS
Phi Beta Kappa-Initiation Program-G. Mennen Williams,
"Philosophies and Freedom," 4 p.m., Rackham Lecture Hall.
Black Law Students' Association-2nd Annual Alden J. "Butch"
Carpenter dinner dance, 7 p.m., Regency Ballroom, Campus Inn.
Lesbian and Gay Men's Dance-Union Ballroom, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.s
Univesity Folklore Society-Monthly picking and singing to share
and swap tunes, 2:30 p.m., Ark, 1421 Hill St., open to all.
A . Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County-A course on the
Bowen Family Systems Theory, beginning April 24, call 662-4534 for
details.
Lucky number
While Friday the thireenth is traditionally an unlucky day for
superstitious individuals, the fourteenth of April has also had its share
of problems. Sixty-seven years ago today, on April 14, 1912, the 46,000
ton ship Titanic struck an iceberg and sunk, killing 1,513 passengers.
The ship, on its maiden voyage, was considered unsinkable because of
especially-designed watertight compartmnts. On April 14, 1865,
President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth at
Ford's Theatre in Washington. In 1865, the 14th was Good Friday, and
that Sunday was designated as "Black Easter." Ah, some days just
seem to be worse than others.
.Prez passes
President Carter certainly must be busy these days. He couldn't find .
the time this week to attend a banquet and award ceremony given in
his honor by the Phi Omega Fraternity, an unregistered frat on cam-
pus. Phi Omega niembers selected Carter to receive the first annual
Phi Omega Peace Award Thursday night in honor of his contributions
toward Mideast peace. The fraternity members, however, were
disappointed when the President's deputy appointments secretary in-
formpd the frat by mail that Carter turned the invitation down. The
President reportedly could not attend the ceremony because of the
"extremely heavy demands of his schedule." Actually, the fraternity,
which only began this year in S, Quad by disgruntled former frat
mpmrherq wSot takelrn haor hythe fact that the letter was litteredl

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