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Friday, March 31, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Sever

Fridy, arc 31 197THEMICIGA DAIY Pge eve

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
FRIDAY, MARCH 31 Univ. of Texas; programs of grad.
Seduc. in community health andncor-
Da y CaJ~~lendar nmunity health services; also in bi-
Mathematics Lecture: C. Yih, "Fluid ometry.
Mechanics-Hydrodynamic Stability and Univ. of Minn.; grad. research as-
Stratified Fluids." 3209 Angell Hall, sistantship in dept. of forest biol.; re-
4 p.m. search project concerned with effectI
Astronomy Colloquium: R. Herr, Univ. of highway deicing salts on woody
of Delaware, "Optical Observations of vegetation.
Occultation Diffraction Patteran," P&A Univ. of Wisc. Superior; has sentj
Colloq Rm., 4 p.m. brochure outlining all types of finan-
Political Science Lecture: Cultural cial aid for grad, study at their school.
Revolution Series in honor of C.L.R.-
James; W. Rodney. Univ. of Dar-es-
salaam, "James and the African Revo- R egist t ion
7:15 p.m. g tr io
lotion," Aud. 4, Mod. Lang. Bldg.:5pm
Music School: School of Music Honors /y s
Convocation, Chrysler Aud., 8 p.m. tally inO'Lh W
International Folk Dance: Barbour
Gym. 8 p.m.
University Players: Kopit's "Indians," More than a quarter of the
Power Center, 8 p.m. eligible voters in the upcoming
General Notices city election have registered with-
in the past year.
Environmental Health seminar: s. City Clerk Harold Saunders has
Chakrabarti, "On the Mechanism of
Cadmium Toxicology," Sch. of Pub. reported that of the 57,942 votersf
Hlth. II Aud., Mon., Apr. 3, 1 p.m. eligible in the Monday ballot cast-
Career Planning & Placement ing, more than 15,000 have reg-
3200 S.A.B.
For more info. about the following istered since last year's April poll-
items, call 764-6338 or come in: ing.
Harvard Summer School; Radcliffe Saunders estimates that half
Publishing Course; intensive prof. prog. of the newly-enfranchised 18-to-
for recent college grads who are seri-
ously considering a career in book or 20 year olds in the city are now
magazine publishing; deadline May 1. registered.
New York Univ.; apprentice teacher Voters in this younger age
curriculum, includes course work andgou ar.cnettdmslyi'
actual teaching exper. in inner-city gopae-cnetae otyi
schools; all leading to masters in educ. the First and Second Ward.
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For Furfher Information

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3 weeks-$200
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Call: 665-8576

More ifo
On Cinema'
Weekend{
Anne of a
Thousand Days
Conspiracy
Friday
If one likes -to see history
hammed up' on the screen, this
movie is as good as most of the
films that make embellished
drama out of fact. The acting by
principals Burton and Bujold
is good, but if boredom strikes,
it's nice to know that Henry
could slice off her head if he
wanted to.
-Bruce Shlain
Ulysses
Cinema H
Sunday
Most everything essential to
the story that is told in Mr.
Joyce's massive scanning of one
day in'-the lives of several Dub-
liners is packed into this tw-
and-a-quarter hour picture. In-
cluded are the vivid fantasies of
Leopold Bloom, and the general
gist of most of Joyce's poetry.
Naturally, the first question
asked by those who know the
novel would be whether the can-
didness of the characters' erotic
fantasies has been done justice
in the film. Director Joseph
Strick seems to have had a great
deal of respect for the book, and
in the screenplay he helped
write, little has been diluted. d
-Bruce Shlain

Join The Daily
CIRCULATION DEPT.
Come in any afternoon
420 Maynard
Responds
again
An ad in today's Daily signed by the
.o Democratic Party attempts to discredit
HRP. The Democrats have kept the con- j
tents of the ad a secret so that HRP would
be unable to buy space to respond to its
distortions before Monday's election.
Although the Daily's advertising staff
would not disclose any information regard-
ing the ad, we have learned of its general
nature through a third party, totally unre-
lated to the Daily.
IN RESPONSE
1) The Democrats claim we make outlandish prom-r
ises. We don't-except one. People long excluded
from the political process-women, gays, minori-
ties, rank and file workers, youth, and the aged-
are the people of our party. We promise to wage
their fight, with them, to make certain that their
needs no longer will be ignored.
2) The Democrats say we're fiscally irresponsible-
we naively expect too much. We do not. We under-
stand that our demands won't be reached in a year, l
or even a few years. They don't mention that a full
range of human services can never be met without
a steeply graduated income tax. We have joined
in the broad-based statewide movement for this
tax. It's a growing movement, even without the
support of local Democrats.
3) They insinuate that we're vague about budget
priorities, talking only about cuts in the police.
They don't mention that the'police have one-third
of that budget. They don't state that their mayor
mentioned last year that he will continue to seek'
an increase in the size of the police budget as long
as the budget allows. Nor do they remind people, I
as the Detroit Free Press has, that 50% of all po-
lice and legal expenditures could be saved if victim- I
less crimes were abolished. Heroin and methadone
treatment programs would save even mpre money

by eliminating drug-related crimes as well. We're
not vague. If anything, we're too realistic.
The Democrats say we promise too much.
They sling mud; they lie about our pro-
grams and the size of our membership. We
say that their insensitive "pragmatism,"
bolstered by deceit, has destroyed too much

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Music from 7-10 P.M.

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