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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, September 18, 1973,;

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, September 18, 1973

Ypsi Council tables
obscenity ordinance
after lengthy debate

(Continued from Page 1)
dissenting opinions of Justice Wil-
liam Douglas, those opposed to
the anti-obscenity ordinance called
it a threat to their First Amend-
ment freedoms.
In one of the simpler state-
ments of the evening, a young man
said: "I wholeheartedly resent the
fact that some people think they
have the right to tell me what to
think, see, hear, and do."
JOHN BARNES, who identified
himself as a "disciple of our Lord"
made explicit the assumptions of
many waiting outside the chamber
when he said: "Anyone who votes
against the ordinance is against
humanity and the Lord."
Most speakers in favor of the or-
dinance, however cited more secu-
lar considerations to support their
position.
A young woman, who said she
teaches home economics at a Faith
,
ii if I

Way Baptist High School, saw por-
nography at a bus station and said
she was offended because the
books there were exploiting wo-
men's bodies and 'infringing on her
rights and those of other people.
OTHER SPEAKERS in favor of
the ordinance pointed to the harm-
ful effects they said pornography
had on children and young people.
One businessman said stores and
theatres dealing in hard pornog-
raphy would ruin business in down-
town Ypsilanti.
Similar anti-abscenity ordinances
are being considered in some of
the townships surrounding Ypsilanti
and Ann Arbor.

AND NOW
A WORD
FROMOUR
CREAM- R:
Sdnlsi*g --tlutod " a
10r the public good 4IE . .&...N

F r

Tom Szuba

you
see
news
happen
call
76-DAILY

U swimmer trapped
in Santiago while on
AAU sponsored tour;
(Continued from Page 1) the AAU group to enter Santiago,
Sandi J o h n s o n of Carmichael, knowing that the coup was 48
Calif. hours away.
"THE STATE Department said "I told Tom at the AAU meet
they would get them home as soon in Louisville, Ky., not to go on this
as they could," said Sandi's moth- trip," his father said, "but he told
er, "and for us to sit tight . . me that the AAU said that if thingsj
while we're here having a small got too hot in Chile that they'd go
fit." to Guatemala instead. But they let
What has bothered Szuba's father them in and I can't understand
and his Michigan teammates is why the CIA, or whoever is in
that the State Department allowed charge, allowed it."

LSA
COFFEE HOUR
TUESDAY
3:00-4:30
Sept. 18
for
all L S A freshpersons
2549 LSWA bldg.
everyone welcome

JACOBSON'S OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY UNTIL9:00 P.M.
4
-X!
stretch underfashions for back-to-school figures...
natralshaping by Warner's with the give-and-take of
Antron nyton/Lycra spandex. Adjustable strap bras in
A, B, C sizes fit 32-36 figures. . .briefs in sizes S-M-L.
Beige or navy tricot bra, $4 Matching bikini, 2.50
Please park in the adjoining Maynard Street
valid e yor parking ticket.

4i

FI

TONIGHT
Revolutionary Communist
Youth Forum:
"Toward the Socialist
RevolutionThe Road to
Black Liberation and the
Emancipation of Women"
TUES., SEPT. 18, 7:30
4202 SAB

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AT YOUR SERVICE
The Housing Office feels that all students should be free to concentrate <
academic (and other) pursuits without added worry of dietary requiremen
Therefore, University Residence Halls offer "Optional Me a I Contracts" f
any University student.
. available at all halls

oDn
ts.
'or

9 select

one convenient

location

9 initiate

or cancel.

contract

at

your

request

" select

lunch, or dinner,

or both

* reasonable prices (lunch and dinner meal contract

for a year would cost

s$3.19 a day). Re-serves on nearly all foods. Salad bars, soft drinks, and
soft serve ice cream available for both meals.

CATCH 22-not really, but we should mention that there are
specified dining hours at each residence

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