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Friday, October 9, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five

Fridoy, October 9, 1 9 7 0 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five

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- TONIGHT! -
ZPG
A DEBA TE ON THE SUBJECT
RESOLVED: that Christian couples have a moral obligation to foster zero
population growth.
SPEAKING FOR THE NEGATIVE: Professor & Mrs. Bruce Oakley
Zoology Department
SPEAKING FOR THE AFFIRMATIVE: Dr. H. Retner M.D.
Director of Public Health
At ST. MARY'S CHAPEL: in the Newman Center, downstairs
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 8:00 P.M.
Guest's: DICK LA CROIX

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STARTS TOMORROW:

White Panther group

status of c
(Continued from Page 1i
reappointment to the University !
of Chicago two years ago sparked
a faculty inquiry and several pro-
tests concerning issues of her rad-
ical political beliefs and institu-
tional sexism.
Much of Dixon's time is now
spent in the United States speak-
ing on women's liberation. S h e
claims, "All women suffer from
economic exploitation, from psy-:
chological deprivation, and from
exploitive sexuality."
A n o t h e r professor, Jo-Ann
Gardner of the University of

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LU 1~IU~~iiiigii protests jail abuses
ontem porar wom en LANSING ) - Two state policemen yesterday confront-
ed a group of White Panthers who came to the state capital
Pittsburgh, will also take part in Catherine East of the U.S. Dept. to protest alleged abuse of prisoners in Michigan's penal
the panel. Gardner. a former of Labor will round out the panel. institutions.
truck driver who has taught psy- She is executive secretary of the Denying the group's charges, an official of the State
chology at Cornell University and inter-departmental committee and Department of Corrections defended Michigan's penal system
Carnegi Institute of Technology, citizen's advisory council on the
organized the Professional Wo- status of women in the U.S. as "one of the most progessive, outstanding systems in the
men's Caucus and KNOW, Inc., a The teach-in will begin tomor- country" according to a recent survey by the American Cor-
women's press. row morning with t h r e e panel rectional Association.
Gardner's involvement in wo- discussions on alternatives avail- Some 20 protesters, mostly student members of the White
men's affairs includes serving as able to women in academics, pro- Panther Party from the University and from Michigan State
a board member of the National fssions, government, a n d mar- University, rallied first outside the state capitol building.
Organization of Women (NOW),; riage. Then the marched to the state building housing the De-
the largest single group within the Speaking at these sessions willT they
women's liberation movement, and be Gardner, Dixon, Morgan, eco- partment of Corrections, de- ...,..........
as president of the Association for nomics Prof. Mary Alice Shulman, manding to see departmentaPAdnirOFFICIAL
Women Psychologists, business administration P ro0 Director Gus Harrison. D I Y O F C A
-___--- ----- _--- Mary,,Bromage, and A n n Arbor
attorney Jean King. The panels Sgt. William Carter, in charge BULLETIN
are scheduled for 10 a.m. in the of the State Police capitol complex *....... .
Angell Hall auditoriums. protection force, and one other of-
Approximately twenty different ficer insisted at first the group ! I Daily Official Bulletin is an
tcould not ent~r the building. official publication of the Univer-
workshops will be held in the af- sity of Michigan. Notices should be
ternoon in Mason Hall. "Using 10- Several youths tried to dart by sent in TYPEWRITTEN f o r m to
cal women as resource leaders, the them but were shoved back. There Room 3528 L. s. A. Bldg., before
workshops will be run as discus- were no reports of any other vio- ' p.m., of the day preceding pub
group," pannin leneication and by 2 p.m. Friday for
sign groups," planning committee Sence. Saturday and Sunday. Items ap-
member Wilson explains. t Carter finally agreed to let pear once only, student organiza-
ents- Workshop topics include "Or- three of the delegation sake an ption notices are not accepted for
ganizing women as a political appointment with Harrison. But p ication. r more information,
phone 764-9270.
g r o u p," "Effects of working Harrison was out for lunch and,-
I mothers on young children," "So- the group never reached his of- FRIDAY. OCTOBER 9
cial history of women in the U.u,8 fice
"Raising daughters to be liberated The group of protesters includ-
s great bands women, and gBlack women as ed Ken Kelley of Ann Arbor, min
doubly oppressed group. . Philosophy Dept. and Lawyers Club
a ster of information for the White ; hlspyDp.adLwesCu
Other workshops will focus ons P n Lecture: R. Wasserstrom, U.C.L.A.,
Pday care centers, career orienta- nthers, and Genie Plamondon. "Some Thoughts on Individual Re-
:30-1:30 tions, sexual oppression, lesbian- Plamondon's husband Pun, the sponsibility in Time of War," Lawyers
iscurricula for women, a n d) party's minister of defense, is b°- ;club Lounge,4 p.m.
differences between the sexes. ing held in the Wayne County jail Astronomy Colloquium: Dr. F. Mil-
Son charges of conspiring to bomb er "Rendezvous with a Comet," P & A
-ColLo. Rm., 4 p.m.

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Croney, reported beatings of pri- Hall, 8 p.m.
soners, inadequate medical treat- University Players: "The Caucasian
ment for sick prisoners, and sev-{ Chalk Circle," Trueblood Theatre, 8 p.m.
mn rInternational Folk Dance: Barbour
ere mail censorship to hide actual j Gym, 8 p.m.
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Maori Dancers: Hill Aud., 8:30 p.m.
In a rebuttal statement, Har- Astronomy Visitors' Night: (films)
rison said, "If there is any evi- "Universe" and "Realm of the Galax-
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ily accessible." (Continued on Page 10)
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