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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, October'26, 1973

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, October'26, 1973

Sex bias
discussion
anchored
dBuard
(Continued from Page 1)
Shortridge presented a mass of
data which she said supported her
assertion that 'the University dis-
criminateston the basis of sex,
both in admissions and employ-
Tment

WARNS SOVIETS:
Nixon prepares all

U.S. arme
tn.,~t~n ori rnm utp11

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(Continued from Page 1)
ing with the lives of- the American
people, he claimed.
A WELL - INFORMED congres-
sional source, with state depart-
ment contacts, said intelligence
reports indicated Soviet troop car-
rier planes had landed in Cairo.
But intelligencetsources said they
did not think the planes carried
troops.

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SHORTRIDGE SAID that the The military precautions - the
University used to admit to tacit first major alert taken by the U.S.
discrimination in admission stand- since the Cuban Missile Crisis of
ards as recently as three years 1962, though below the level of a
ago." They say they've stopped, war threat - were ordered by the
but the proportion of men and president after meetings held by
women admitted is still the same. Kissinger and other top advisers
' Figure it out," she said. throughout the night. h
She also pointed out that women It involved the 82nd Airborne Di-
were underrepresented in aca- vision, the Strategic Air Com-
demics and in every employe area mand (SAC), which controls nu-
except one, clerical. "Clerical pay clear bombers and missiles, and
is the lowest in the University," ground and air forces in Western
she' declared. A secretary in the Europe and the Far East.
Law School who testiifed, Gail
Klein, affirmed her remarks. "A KISSINGER, WHO CONFER-
low grade cleric is eligible for RED at midnight with Soviet Am-
food stamps and low income hous- bassador Anatoly Dobrynin, did
ing," she said. not state directly that the Soviet
GAY WOMEN were also repre- government had sent a message
sented at the hearings. One speak- to Washington that the Russians
er .pointed out what she called the were prepared to act alone if the
"clear need for sexual preferenceweeppadtoctlneith
legislation." United States did not join efforts to
Cathy Kozachensko, an empoye stop ceasefire violations alleged by
of the University, and a member of Moscow to have been committed
Gay Awareness Women's ICollec- by Israel.
tive, told Bullard that gay people iNor would Kissinger comment on
were frequently hassled in cor-i
munities which are intolerant of a statement by Sen. Henry Jack-
homosexuals. son (D-Wash.) that the Soviet Un-
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Thursday-Friday- Saturday Nov 8-9-10
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d forces
on had delivered a "brutal" let-
er, calling for a joint U.S.-Soviet
force to be sent to the Middle East.
K I S S I N G E R APPEARED
to agree with a questioner that
perhaps the Soviet Union had been
emboldened in its Middle East poli-
cy by a belief that the Watergate
affair had weakened President
Nixon's hand.
"Speculation about movites is al-
ways dangerous. But one cannot
have crises of authority for a per-
iod of months without paying a
price somewhere along the line,"
he said.
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"POWER TO BE HUMAN, MIDST
THE ISSUES OF THE '70'S"
SUNDAY NIGHT SERIES, OCTOBER 28
SPEAKER: DR. GEORGE MENDENHALL, Prof. of Near East Lan-
guages and Literature at the U of M will speak Sunday night in the
Ecumenical Lecture Series on this year's topic "The Power to Be
Muman Midst the Issues of the '70'," Prof. Mendenhall, B.D., Ph.D.,
is author of numerous articles and books. His most recent book,
published in 1973, is "The Tenth Generation" in which he discusses,
among other things, the Biblical Concept of Love, Today's Estab-
lished Religion from the Biblical Perspective, and the choice that
faces each Tenth Generation between the "Deification of Forcehor
the Deification of Ethic." In 1973, Dr. Mendenhall was awarded the
Henry Russell Lectureship, conducted an archaeological reconnais-
sance in Syria, Yemen, and Ethiopia and gave a five-week lecture
tour in South Africa.
TOPIC: THE STRUCTURES OF THE KINGDOM OF GOD
TIME: 7:30-9:00 P.M.
PLACE: ECUMENICAL CAMPUS CENTER, 921 CHURCH
Sponsored by: The Ecumenical Campus Center
>q=X <=)-=>)o aoc:>omo nc
SEE, HEAR, AND SHARE A FREE CULTURAL FESTIVAL ON JAPAN
MICHIGAN LEAGUE-
THURSDAY, Oct. 25, 7:30 p.m.
o Films and displays on art and
performing arts of Japan ,
FRIDAY, Oct. 26, 7:30 p.m.
*" Films on life and Buddhism
0 in Japan
* Demonstration and live
11 Japanese musical performance
SAT URDAY, Oct. 27, 9:00 a.m.
S s^
U * Workshop on Japanese
literature, folk arts, festivalIs,
and village life
. Preregistration is desired for
this session in order to determine c
0 attendance in advance
On-going 'displays of art, music, food,
O -o o* *--'',**
O folk ~artsall3 daYs0
ESPONSORS: Project on Asian Studies in
CULTURAL Education (PASE) and Center for
Japanese Studies, U of M-761-0795,
FESTIVAL 764-3479

COMMUNITY WOMEN'S CLINIC PRESENTS:
REMAINING CLASSES OF AN 11 WEEK
WOMEN'S HEALTH SERIES
Monday, Oct. 29--NUTRITION
Get to know what good is! Taste test our selections of food while discover-
ing ways to pinch your pennies and still get good nutrition. Problems re-
lated to overweight and chemical additives to be discussed.
Monday, Nov. 5-CHILDBIRTH: CARE BEFORE AND AFTER
Demystifying childbirth through films and discussion. Exchange of ideas
about the need for prenatal care, benefits of natural childbirth and breast-
feeding.
Monday, Nov. 12-MENOPAUSE
Explore a much maligned and inevitable dimension of feminism - meno-
pause - in a discussion conducted by and for women of all ages.
Monday, Nov. 19-SEXUALITY
This is a chance for women to talk with each other about our sexuality. To
talk about our sexual need and how our sexuality is expressed or not ex-
pressed. Also it will be a chance to examine how our sexuality is repressed
by sex roles and exploited by the media.
Monday, Nov. 26-POLITICS OF HEALTH CARE
Health care for women is an issue that must be examined within the con-
text of health care in the U.S. which is a profit-making industry which op-
pressed all people, but especially women and poor people. This will also be
a chance for women to discuss how t h e y are prevented fir o m learning
about their own bodies and how they would like the Women's Community
Clinic to be set up to best serve their health care needs.
NEW!! PLACE: Room No.68 East Quad Dorm-basement

TIME: 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

FOR INFO:

Nancy 769-7364 or Jacky 769-7554

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Steven J. Katz
Tom Shaffer
Larry Moloney
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Jodine Ped
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Ron Rich
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Amy Friedman
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Joe Kaelin
Larry Jacobson
Judy Levin
Larry Amesse
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Dennis Hoffer
Chuck Barquist
Cathy Oshins
Phil Kalina
Robin D. Lewis
Merrie Michelle
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Dave Schwartz
Margaret Warminski
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William Walter
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