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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

.Sunday, January 27, 1974

"Our Thining and Our World"
a lecture on Christian Science
by JAMES SPENCER, C.S.B.
Tuesday, Jah. 29-8 p.m.
Faculty Club Lounge,
Michigan Union
ALL ARE WELCOME

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Survey polls pols

Fifties live at Markley Hall;
sleazy students twist to tunes

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. . I see myself as a grand
juror."
Others were not so reluctant to
express their opinions.
"I subscribe to the thinking of
one of (Massachusetts Democrat
Robert) Drinan's constitutents, a
priest who said 'if you can't im-
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXIV, Number 98
Sunday, January 27, 1974
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peach the bastard, exorcise him',"
Rep. Bertram Podell (D-N.Y.) said.
MANY OTHERS are insistent
that Nixon should go through the
impeachment process and not re-
sign.
Rep. Ron Dellums, a California
Democrat, said: "I prefer im-
peachment because more facts will
come out. If the President simply
resigns, there would be no guaran-
tee all' the facts would come out."
Al, Frazier
set for bout,
(Continued from Page1)
BOTH FIGHTERS have been
beaten in the three years between
their first and second clashes, but
Frazier not only took a fearful bat-,
tering from Aliin winning the or-
iginal 15-round battle on points,
but was smashed to the canvas six
times in less than two rounds when
he lostthe worldtitle to George
Foreman in Kingston, Jamaica, a
year ago.
Al suffered the second defeat of
his career and a broken jaw when
he *as outpointed by Ken Norton
in San Diego last March 31.
BUT, HE QUICKLY silenced
those who prematurely announced
he was finished by turning the ta-
bles on Norton six months later.
From all outward appearances,
Ali is as good as he ever was al-
though it seems doubtful that he
can ever again maintain the blind-
ing speed of feet and fists through-
out an entire fight that once mark-
ed him as the finest classic-type
heavyweight of all time.

Sarah R u c k e r, a freshwoman
physical education in a j o r, was
named queen when the music stop-
ped. As "Pomp and Circumstance"
wailed in the background, the DJ
told the crowd, "This is a very
significant social title. This girl is
the symbol of everything Americal
stands far."
THE FAITHFUL loved it.
Streamers, colored lights and
posters on Markley's snack bar
walls authentically re-created the
high school dance' scene the hop
was patterned on. The floor wasi
packed with bodies moving to the
tunes of Chuck Berry, the Beach-
boys and the Beatles. The halls of
Markley were strangely silent for
a Saturday night, with nearly
everyone at the dance.
The main entertainment of the3
evening was provided by a pair of:
lip-synch groups, Frankie and the
Fireballs and Kiss Me Kate and
the Koeds. Slick choreography and
polished bump and grind were the
staples of their acts as they mouth-
ed the words to famous songs in-
cluding "At the Hop" and "Why
Do Fools Fall in Love?"

(Continued from Page 1) wore gold lame pants and gold
crown. Pelvises gyrated as couples lame jackets with bared chests.
tried to outdo each other and win They even had gold heels on their
the largest share of the crowd's boots. On their chests were magic
applause, marker tatoos.

Kiss Me Kate and the Koeds fea-
tured three women dressed up as
cheerleaders in dark blue sweaters
aodrned with maize block M's.
Dark blue skirts and gym shoes'
completed their outfits.
Gary Baren, '76, was wearing
white pants, a white shirt, white
socks, and what he called "pimp
shoes"-long, black and pointy.
Gary said he came "just to have

some fun. The oldies are so simple
it's easy to dance to them, and you
really look cool. It's kind of fun,
but it's kind of childish. Anything
to drag a chick into bed, though."
RAY JACKSON came "to find a
girl and take her to my back seat.
I've got it fixed up really neat."
Thoughtfully, the planners of the
dance had provided for the fulfill-
ment of sexual urges. A "make-
out lounge" with five couches and.
a sign that said "Petting Allowed"
was set aside, but it was deserted
for most of the evening.

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
Sunday, January 27
Day Calendar
IM Sports: family recreation, I. M.
Bldg., 1:30-5:30 pm.
Musical Society: Warsaw,, Philhar-
monic Orch., Witold Rowicki, condue-
tor, Hill, 2:30 pm.
PTP: "Grease," Power, 3 pm, 8 pm.
Career Planning & Placement
3200 SAB Ph. 764-7456 2
Recruiting on Campus
Jan. 29: Cargill Iru e. & phn Co.;
Jan. 30: Council of Jew~is . Federations
I& Savin Bus. Machines, *iio,; Jan. 31:
Case Western Reserve/Law, )Fd. High-
way Admin & U. S. Dept. of Transpor-
tation; Feb. 1: The Port Authority of
N. Y. & N. J.; Feb. 4: Abraham &
Straus; Feb. 5: Abraham & Straus,
Ford- Motor Co., Burroughs Corp.,
Nat'l Bank of N.- America, & IRS;
Feb. 6: Inland, Steol, American Nat.
Gas Co., Philco Ford Corp,;Yoder rds,
Inc.; Feb., 7: National Security Agency,
& Henry Ford Hospital; Feb. 8: Manu-
facturers Bank/Detroit, Libby Owens
Ford Co., Johnson & Johnson & Mar-
ket Opinion Research.
Monday, January 28
Dais Calendar
Arch & Design: H. Drutt, "The De-
velopment of American Crafts since
the late 1800's," Arch. Aud., 3 pm.
Comp. Ctr.: k. Fronczak, 'Advanced
Uses of U of M Basic," Seminar rm.,
comp. Ctr., 3 pm. Public meeting, Aud.
A, AH, 4 pm.
Physics, Astron.: S. Barshay, "Geo-
metric' Approach to Multiplicity Dis-
tributions,"F & A Oolloq. Rm., 4
pm. Low Energy 'Seminar, G.° Wong,
Berkeley, Rm 2038 Randall Lab., 4 pm.
Women's Basketball: U-M vs. To-
ledo, IM Bldg., 6:30 pm.
CEW"'What it's like to be an Adult
Woman. Student", discussion, CEW,
330 Thompson St., 7:30 pm.
Basketball: U i vs. Wse., Cr1r
Arena, 8 pm.

wri w q

GRAD
COFFEE
HOUR

WEDNESDAY
8-10 p.m.
West Conference
Room, 4th Floor
RACKHAM

U'gets a"" face'lit.
(continued from Page 1) WEIDENBACH SAYS the depart-
Building, which should be." com- ment buys some of its property
pleted around September 1975, and with specific projects in mind,
renovations being done in various while othersacquisitions are made
parts of University Hospital. only because property comes on
Other projects awaiting release the market at a good price. The
of funds are a renovation oftthe University has eminent domain,
North Building (the old section) which means law entitles it to the'
of the Hatcher Graduate Library first bid on property that is of-
and an addition to the Institute for fered for sale in its area.
Social Research which will be lo-
cated on Division St. ~ Funding of building projects
Longer range plans of the physi- comes from either federal gifts and
cal properties department include grants, appropriations, private
renovation of the present A&D foundations, private donors, or
building, some changes in the Nat- from the academic department that
ural Science building, and con- wants the project, Weidenbach
struction of a Turner Gerontology says. Student fee assessment has
Building to be funded by gift also been a traditional source of
money. funds.

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Re: Dylan Concert Tickets
We have received information from some ticket holders that
indicates dissatisfaction with the seats they have received to the
Dylan concert. We are very upset at these reports since we took
great care to ensure proper handling of the orders at our end.
Therefore, we would like our patrons to be aware of the extent
of our envolvement in the ticket handling process.
Our contract with Dylan's management required that a
bonded ticket agency fill the ticket orders and the Civic Center
Ticket Service in Detroit was their choice. Our only envolvement
in the process was the collection of ticket orders. Great care was
taken to ensure that the orders we received at Hill Auditorium
were bound and numbered in the exact order received. These
orders were delivered personally by UAC-Daystar to the author-
izd representative of the bonded ticket agency in Detroit. By our
contract with Dylan's management, our envolvement in the ticket
process ended there. Civic Center Ticket Service filled the orders
and are handling mailing and refunds.
U AC-DAYSTA R
S a a a a a a a a a a ON S04l

FRANKIE AND the Fireballs,
like the more popular Sha Na Na,

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and there are
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Great Little Cars

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