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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, September 30, 1973 I

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Second Band to be Announced
Proceeds go to Drug Help, Ozone House,
Cornmunity Switchboard & Creative Arts

WOMEN'S FAIR
"WHAT WOMEN ARE DOING"
FRIDAY, OCT. 5, 1973

Markley, Mojo win
in dorm popularity

STORE CLOSES EARLY:

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Entertainment, History, Art, Work, Politics

Workshop
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OCT. 13th
TICKETS: 4.50, 4.00, 3.50, 2.50. Avail-
able: Mich. Union, Discount Records
S.U., World Hdqtrs., Ned-Ypsi, Hud-
K s O_
ON SAL E NOW H

THE PROGRAMI N JUDAIC STUDIES
and THE DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY
present
Professor Raoul Hilberg
UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT
on
"Jewish Self-Government Under the Nazis:
The Case of the Warsaw Ghetto"
on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2
Bin B116 Modern Languages Bldg.
at 4:10 p.m.'

(Continued from Page 1)
"It's just a smaller, homier unit.
The building is less institutional,
there's an older, homier style," she
says.
She gives the staff and the pro-
gram a lot of credit, but she says,
"You could take some of the
programs, put them in the larger
dorms, and not have the same
effect."
At onettime, Mosher-Jordan had
the reputation of being white, up-
per-class, suburban dorm. But
last year, in light of efforts 'o
change that, only about 3S per
cent of the residents decided to re-
turn, and the University took ad-
vantage to fill the extra space with
a less homogeneous group.
FRANK JAMES, '77, a psychol-
ogy major, sat in one of Mosher's
big lounges, looking at the English
tudor woodwork, the comfortable
easy chairs, and the huge ornate
beams in the ceiling.
"I'm going to stay here as long
as I can," he said. "It's lik-3 a
house,there's carpeting and nice
furniture instead of plastic. We've
even got a fireplace," he added.
"I've visited South Quad and Burs-

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ley. South Quad is like a project."
NOT EVERYBODY there is as
happy as he is. One girl claims she
ended up there because the Uni-.
versity lost her housing applica-.
tion, and one woman, who admit-
ted she was really a "spy from!
Bursley" said, "I hate it here.
Mosher is ugly."
A pre-med student sat behind the
piano quite at home. Bach's Two-
Part Inventions filled the room.
"Take a look at this lounge," he
said. "Picture it on a wintry eve-
ning at three o'clock, with music
playing and a fire in the fire-
place - that's why I like it. '
Expanded

A&P boycott hurts
1business, employe~s
(Continued from Page 1) Members of the Human Rights
cause of the picketeers." Party, Democratic Party, Word of
Then Taylor gets a little angry. God Christian community, Traba-
"Me being a member of the AFL- jadores de la Raza (Workers for
CIO, I'm concerned about my dues the Race, the Chicano social work
being used against me-to lay my organization of the University
workers off. I have 27 years of sen- School of Social Work), university
iority and I'm guaranteed my 40 students and some seventh- and
hours a week," he says, "But I'm I ninth-graders from area schools
concerned about my members." carried signs, chanted and sang
"Don't get me wrong," Taylor yesterday in hopes of tuning in
says, "I know farm workers are A&P's deaf ear to the UFW's de-
fighting for their workers, but I'm mands.
fighting for mine.'' The grape b o y c o t t involves
-- ------ --- Guild, Franzia and Gallo wines. Or,
as one picketer says, "any wines
J from Modesto, Calif." This in-
preside n tcludes Boone's Farm, Red Moun-
tain, Ripple, Thunderbirds and
* ~Spinada.
I Three young black girls hap-
pened along the sidewalk and de-
cided playfully to join i the pic-
from Paged1) ket. But not everyone was. as
ommittee date back to a declaration amiable to the picketers.
Franklin Roosevelt on March 5, 1933, One young woman shopper, leav-
om's banks. ing the store with a bag of grocer-
)and Charles Mathias (R-N.Y.), coies was askedtbya picketer to take
one of his information sheets and
read it.
vare that they have been living under She stuck her nose in the air
for over 40 years. and brushed the picketer off, re-
tors said the laws, many of them plying gruffly, "Aw, get off my
ority to proclaim a state of national back."
t citizens in detention camps, and
ortation and radio and television A THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXIV, No. 2

powers rear
(Continued1
The 470 laws examined by the co
of national emergency by President F
when he temporarily closed the nati
Senator Frank Church (D-Idaho)
chairmen of the committee said:
"MOST U.S. CITIZENS are unam
declared state of national emergency
In a joint statement, the senat
passed hastily, give a president auth
emergency and seize property, put
regulate private enterprise, transp
broadcasts.

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Out of the Whirlwind for those who once were and are no
more-a program in memoriam to the 6,000,000 Jews victim
of the Nazi holocaust.
They came to get the intellectuals
AND I DID NOTHING
They came to get the socialists
AND I DID NOTHING
They came to get the Protestants
AND I DID .NOTHING
They came to get the Catholics
AND I DID NOTHING
They came to get the Jews
AND I DID NOTHING
When they came to get me, there
was no one left.
SEPT. 30-7:30 P.M.-Symposium on GENOCIDE: THE ARMENIANS, THE
BIAFRANS, THE AMERICAN INDIANS. PROFESSOR ARAM YENGOY-
AN, PROFESSOR GODFREY UZOIGWE, MR. MOOSE PAMP
OCT. 2-8:00 P.M.-THE MECHANICS OF DESTRUCTION: a lecture by
PROFESSOR RAOUL HILBERG, author of "The Destruction of the Euro-
pean Jews." 1. The onset and development of the final soluction. 2. The
administration of transport to the death camps. 3. Geography of the
death camp.
OCT. 4-8:00 P.M.-The Gypsies too, were victims: their history and
and tragedy by PROFESSOR WILLIAM LOCKWOOD, U of M. MOVIE,
GYPSIES."
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