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Saturday, December 11, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Saturday. December11. 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

*The

day

every body

came

to

town

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.

-Daily-Jim Judkis --Daily-Robert Wargo
Bobby Seale and bodyguard Crisler Arena: People, people everywhere

Allen Ginsberg

Crowds jam TFree John' rally

Daily Official Bulletin
SATURDAY, DECEMBER II
Day Calendar

of Data Processing Division in large
Dearborn co.
Office Mgr. / secretary, State Agency
involved in promoting and improving
cultural appreciation within Michigan,
Detroit location. Typing & some short-

(Continued from Page 1
"IF the judge was thinking that
marijuana is a narcotic and that
one harsh sentence would stop a
generation of marijuana smokers,
the judge's ignorance of chemistry
and of deterrence condemns him'
as a fool." Harris said. "If the
judge was thinking that John
Sinclair deserved a stiff sentence
because he holds radical political
views, the judge was destroying
the very heart of the First Amend-'
ment's freedom of political belief.
If the judge was secretly punish-
ing John Sinclair for some unspe-
cified and unproven crime other
than possession of marijuana, the
judge is guilty of breaking the,
most fundamental rules of due
process."
Besides urging reform of drug!

laws, Harris called for an examin-
ation of methods used in choos-:
ing trial judges. "We need trialI
judges who are as wise and asI
courageous as they can be," he'
said. l
Attorney William Kuntsler, in a
taped message played over they
public-address system at the rally,
:ailed present marijuana laws "ir-
rational, unjust, and indefensible."
"It is time for young people," heI
said, "to unite to destroy these
marijuana laws .., and the place
to start is with John Sinclair, for
his case symbolizes the irrational-
ity of these laws."
Seale said, "John Sinclair;
should be set free along with all
other political prisoners and allR
prisoners in this country."
Guarded on stage by four per-I

sonal bodyguards, Seale described" hand req
recnt changuards, desin Bad P - Gilbert and Sullivan Society: "Theh Part Time Work demonstrating fire
then'it changes in the Black Pan- Mikado," Lydia Mendelssohn, 2, 7, 9:30 & burglary equipment, will train, $2.50
thers' ideology. The Party has pm. hr. A.A.
moved away from black nation- Wrestling: Michigan vs Ohio State, Compliance Investigator, Conduct
alism, he said, describing its new CCrisser Arena. 7:30 pm. regulatory investigation on doctors &
philosophy as one of "revolution-! Hockey: Michigan vs No. Dakota, pharmacists in Michigan, Kentucky and
Coliseum, 8 pm. Ohio, must take FSEE test, Detroit
ary inter-communalism." Music School: DMA Piano Recital, based agency.
Seale asked the audience to sup- Sch. of Mus. Recital Hall, 8 pm. Medical Editor/Writer, must be exp.
I Sele ske theaudenc tosur-; University Players: "Vasco," True-= in manuscript requirements for physi-
port the Panthers' fifteen "sur- blood Theatre, 8 pm.:T ology, medical, and/or surgical jour-
vival programs," which include SUMMER PLACEMENT nals. working in a Detroit hasp.
their free breakfast programs, free ANNOUNCEMENT Announcement: U.N. Volunteers and
medical care programs, free cloth- Argonne National Laboratory, Ili.An- Volunteers for. International Dev. (V-
pounces Student Aide Prog. for under- ID) are recruiting qualified persons for
ing factory, and free shoe fac- graduates, juniors (must be com- assignments in Africa, Asia and Latin
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program covering math, biol. and med- couples can serve together, modest liv-
stituted in "oppressed communi- icine, chem, engin. fields, environmen- ing allowance. Various skills needed,
ties" throughout the country, he tal sci.. physics, metallurgy, etc. De- i.e. forestry, handicrafts, trades,gnu-
si,' tails available at SP office. trition, sociologist and anthropologists,
Said. CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT For more details stop in our office.
3200 S.A.B. Attention: Students don't .forget to
Panther representatives were in Jobs in A.A. Area: for more info come to our office and find out about
the audience, collecting donations on the following jobs call 764-7460. Recruiter and Career Conferences dur-
SnComputer Programmer / Analyst, to ing Xmas vacation. Something might
for the survival programs. work in technical programming section be &heduled in your hometown!

Waiting outside Crisler Arena

rn

The

presents:

A

SPECIA

CHRIST,

AS

DEAL!

100o

off

Hardcover

trade

books

- children's books

- cookbooks,

- best sellers

and Iotsa go esr RANDOM

HOUSE, hardcovers and paperbacks

including these

hardcovers . . . . . . . . .

and these paperbacks

. . . .

" BEYOND FREEDOM AND DIGNITY-Skinner

. KNOTS

. SELF AND OTHERS

Laing

. POLITICS OF THE FAMILY

" OUR GANG-Roth
* THE COMPLETE WALKER-Fletcher
* BEHOLD THE SPIRIT-Watts
. RABBIT REDUX-Updike

LIVING ON THE EARTH
Alirr Rnvn I aurnI

THE DEATH OF THE FAMILY
Dnvid Conner

TANIA: The Unforgettable
G.u rrilla

THE AMERICAN HEALTH
EMPIRE

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