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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

)rcist' provokes

HPC blasts Johnson

DailvhOffical Bulletin
Thursday, February 7,

4 IJ J(Continued from Page 1)
nausea ai Briarwood displeasure with a censuring of
Johnson. HPC will meet with him
(Continued from Page 1) to discuss the matter later this

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read the reviews in the paper, now I'm here to see," he commented. month.
THE MANAGEMENT was playing it safe. Barb Hendal, the mana- The policy committee feels that
ger said, "We hired two extra security guards with first aid training. law which states:
We also have an extra usher, with smelling salts and first aid training. "Student participation in Univer-
Between shows we'll check the theater and clean if we have to." sity decision making is important
The ushers were unimpressed before the show. Brian McAllister . . . and shall be encouraged.
scoffed, saving, "I think they overrated it." "The vice president for student
Don Pierce noted that the movie hadn't dampened any appetities. services shall assist students in
"People have still been going to the concessions stand, he added. promoting the establishment of
When the movie began the crowd was loose. When uinatural cir- ent partiechanisms for such stu-
cumstances began to appear' on the screen, people laughed nervously, JOHNSON SAID 1 a s t night,
as if they were afraid to be scared.
j These committees exist only as

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"Th d e irector nas to be held Day Calendar
accountable for a final decision Indus. & Op. Engineering: L. Long,
just as I am held accouitable. U of Oklahoma, "A Priori Prediction of
Effective participation can never an Individual's Heart Rate Pattern dur-
be equated with final decision-mak- ing Periods of Varying Physical Stress,"
ing," e coninued W. Engin.. 8:30 am.
ing," he continued. Maternal, Child Health Film: "Hun-
"The policy board (the Office of FuriAmerl: 30SarshallSahlins 1,
Student Services Policy Board) of Chicago, "The Symbolic Constitu-
that advises me," Johnson con- tion of Production," Aud. 3, MLB, 3
cluded, "seems to understand this pm.
yet deern sch (HP er) w ith is a MHRI: S. Berl, Mt. Sinai Sch. of
Med., "Actomyosin-like Protein in the
creature of that committee seem- Brain: A Suggested Function in Trans-
ingly does not understand." mitter Release," 1057 Mental Htih. Res.
Inst., 3:45 pm.
LATER IN THE meeting, HPC tr. Early Childhood Dev., Educ.: H.
LATE INTHEmeetngHPCStevenson, "The Education of Young
passed a proposal to make Stock- Children in China," Schorling And.,
well Hall a co-ed dormitory ny SEB, 4 pm.
Romance Languages: F. Marquez,
admitting 150 men next fall. "Literatura y Moral en la Dorotea de
Also HPC ruled in favor of o-Lope de Vega," W. Conf. Rm., Rack-
'lo ICrld nfvro 0 ham. 4:10.
litical and non-profit solicitation in Int'l Night: So. American food,
he doLeague cafeteria, 5 pm.
the dorms.Women's Studies: "Women in the
The decision passed states that Reel World," women film maker's fes.,
Audi. E-170, P-A Bldg.. 6 pm.
any solicitation that is neither non- Romance Languages: "I Am Pablo
profit rnor political are not per-Neruda-" "The Inner World of Jorge
Luis Borges," Lee. Rm. 2, MLB, 7, 8:15,
mitted in the dorm. 9:30 pm.
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BUT WHEN the first bloody hospital scene came on, two people
stood up and decided that was enough. Refusing to be identified they
strode grimly from the theater. That was the start of the exodus.
After the scene in which the possessed girl masturbates with a
crucifix, Jeff Pinson got up. "That's enough for right now," he ex-
plained. Later he ret'arned with a pale face. "It's an interesting movie,"
he stammered weakly.
James Kilgore left a few minutes later. He termed the movie
"gross." His opinion: "I advise people not to come see this movie."
DANIEL WILLIS was the next to go. Leaving with his wife, holding
hit child, he called the movie, "vulgar, outrageous and despicable.
Mary McKnight found the movie to be a little much. "I just wanted
to get out. It was awful, the worst thing I've ever seen," she blurted,
sobbing and heaving before being led to a restroom by an usher.
Wanda Palmer said, "I'm gonna get sick," before she stumbled out.
Later she returned though, "I don't know why, but I'm just going tot
face it."
THE CLINCHER was the fainting. Mike, who refused to be iden-
tified further, staggered out sick, into the lobby, where then witnesses
say he fell. "I just didn't dig all that blood," he croaked, his red hair
and overalls covering the floor of the lobby.
After the movie was over, most of the crowd filed out happy and
satisfied. But not all quite were so sure.
"It was okay, but I was nervous. If I had known what it was like
I wouldn't have come," said Ginger MacArthur.
On the other hand, there was Doug Bingham: "It was scary, sure,
and it was one of the best films I've seen."
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roblems plague projet
(Continued from Page 1) service will not pick up customers
munity where we and our children in the project site, and many pizza
can have easy, comfortable rela- rjc ie n aypza
can aveeasy coforablerel- Iparlors refuse to make deliveries i
tionships across racial and eco- p
nomic lines." to North Maple Park.
However in reality, she contends, -
"the physical set-up (at North
Maple Park) divides us very ef-
fectively."
Helmke adds that due to these FUTURE
factors, "There is a high density LECTURE SE
of project adolescents feeling iso-
lated from and not responsible to
the community."RU
Helmke also emphasized that she Journalist, Author:
was not criticizing the tenants of
North Maple Park, but rather the the Camp
"power structure" in Ann Arbor
for "permitting a set-apart, in TUES., Feb. 12,
stant ghetto to be created."
HILL AUDITORI
MANY of the project residents
agree with Helmke's analysis.
"The newspapers have written TICKETS: Michigar
so many derogatory articles about and at t
us," says one tenant. "Now people
are scared to come out here. They info: 763-1107 (coming F
think we are monsters."
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