THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Sunday, December 2, 197:
DAILY OFFICIALA march brings no busts
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Elsewhere in the state-and even
PIpxhar in the rit -it-rka
as well as Oakland County. As of Committee, "it always has been.
yesterday morning, the issue was We don't want to create a con-
eill n nt in in frntt n"
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Suda, eemer2eisewnere in the city - picxeiers stil oven to question.
DAY CALENDAR were not as lucky. A&P store m a n a g e r Charles
Musical Society: University Choral A total of 75 people were acrest- Zenger admitted to being Untin-v
Union, Handel's Messiah, Hill Aud., ed in Oakland and Macomb Cou- formed about the ruling, and didn't
2:30 pm. ties yesterday for picketing: 20 seem interested in it. He seemede
Music School: Trombone student re- arrests were made in Troy; 40 baffled by the apparent interest
Music School: J. Sadlier, saxaphone. arrests in St. Clair Shores, includ- shown towards the picketers yes-
SM Recital Hall, 4:30 pm. ing Richard Chavez, brother of terday morning.s
Monday, December 3 Cesar Chavez and director of the He claimed as long as the pick-
Botany: L. Dure, U of Georgia. "Stor- Michigan boycott; and 15 in Pon- eters remain non-violent, he will
ed messenger RNA in Seed Develop- tiac, including the two daughters not take action against them. Het
Bdg er 4 pm. of Cesar Chavez. said he had no intention of calling
Physics: R. Cool, Rockefeller U, "p-p AT THE A&P on Stadium Blvd. out the police.
A cSoat ringa AL Energies,"-a store that would more directly "I DON'T LOOK upset, do I?"
Music School: Composer's Forum, SM demonstrate the effect of the ruling he asked.t
Recital Hall, 8 pm. in Washtenaw County since pick- There was more consternatcn!
Women's Research Club: A. Buttrey, eters must march on A&P property shown by the picketers themselves.r
"Ancient History Approached Through rather than on the sidewalk-citi- The picketers met at 10:30 a.m.c
Cins, W. Conf. Rm., Rackham, -8 pm. OTICESens picketed essentially without in the Fishbowl for a brief rap onf
Second Annual Scholarship Benefit incident. "getting busted."
Univ. choir i GUstaveS MhsnyO rcestr- At one point, however, the store They were warned to have legal
rection Symphony," tickets available at manager a s k e d the picketers ID, a dime, and to "try to know
Sch. of Music Info. Office or by writ- whether they were familiar with where you can get a hold af ac
ing Sch. of Music Benefit Concert, The I the Oakland County ruling and larger sum of money."'
ofr M2, Mi k48105, enclosde heck told the five picketers it was now "THIS IS A non-violent move-
for $2.00 per ticket & self-addressed,
stamped env.; performance Thurs., Dec: illegal to have more than two ment," said Beth Brunton, roordi-
13, Hill Aud., 8 pm. picketers present. He left without nator for the Ann Arbor Boycotts
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Legal precautions were taken as
well. None of the picketers were
encouraged to get arrested in the
event the police did visit the scene.
But no one was really sure how
the police would recat to the occa-
"DO ANN ARBOR picketers get
busted over the head," asked a
"Naw," replied her companion
as they headed for Huron St. from
the Fishbowl, "not likely."
"No, I don't think we'll be ar-
rested," said local attorney Jon-
athan Rose, concurring with a
friend, but he declined to elaborate.
"WHEN WE'RE sitting in jail a
couple hours from now we can
discuss why we don't think we're
going to be arrested."
After the picketers had been
marching for s e v e r a 1 minutes,
someone yelled "The cops are
Climbing out of a squad car, a
lone police officer watched the
picketers for a few minutes, talked
with some of them, bought a
Galens Christmas drive tag, and
MEANWHILE, the picketers en-
joyed the almost party-like atmos-
phere the line had assumed--com-
plete with song sheets, an abund-
ance of local politicos, and the
signing of the omnipresent Human
Rights Party petitions.
Brunton announced that the state
boycott committee had decided to
appeal the Oakland County deci-
sion. She added that no action will
be taken locally unless the decision
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