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Friday, March '151. 1974I

.humus-f olaf al-:petah
SATURDAY eveingm 8:30,-March 16
at H tLLEL, 1429 Hill ;admission 75c

25% 'off
prepaid Cambridge Univer-
sity Book orders (f ew excep-
Deadline March 23rd,
209 S. STATE


"Alice in Wonderland"
"Starring <WC. FIELDS

To Any Person Who Streaks I nto
D CENTICORE to Buy a Book' Be-
tween 1:00 & 2:00 p.m. Tuesday,,
March 19.
336 Maynard 4
11 ~Loeb Library included
UAC-MUSKET presents
THE ORIGINAL Musical Comedy
March 28, 29, 30-8 p.m.
March 31--2 and 7 p.m.)


Daily Photo by ALISON RUTTAN

IMENDELSSOH N bo teGyworas between womi
I Memers f th GayAwareness Women's Kollective act in a skit on c
Next ea 's President of the Tcesgo nsl ac 02 ihol93 national Women's Day events. As well as the GAWK skit, the eveningf
Block tickets available for Sunday matinee,fth iljal f.h Erh
Michigan Union Board of Directors'frfthriomaonclI7310
is being, selected. ti- a r incom e ta
Persons who will be enrolled students in "742'75 p c r e fsro poseu s
Can obtain petitions and information atByDAETE LA
2205 Michigan Union 8:30-4:30 MF '2 a bl which wudetbihcncetosojco ttsfrtx
lihpayersbsilar to that afforded underitheoSelectveoServiceS irtx Act was s
Potitiolns must be filed by',March 19, 1974 outlined at last night's meeting of the local Women's International c
toll, ,League for Peace and Freedom chapter.
_______________________________________________ Frances Eliot, member of the World Peace' Tax Fund Steering
__ _-- . _ _ _ __ Committee, explained to the women present how people with anti-warw
40sentiments can avoid contributing their taxes toward military spend- I1
PE C4OR S V ST ew TtesTo75Hico nE BILL, first introduced in 1972, would allow anybody already d
ASIATI MYTHOOGY: Hckin.E70 ilus. Scolarlytext. ust classified as a 'C.O. by the Selective Service or any person who, onp
ASIAIC YTHLOG: Hokin 37 ilus.Schoarl tet. ust his or her tax form, indicated that he or she was conscientiously op-
R R ,TT A /available again. A $15.00 value ..... .. $6.95 ~' posed to the participation in war, the option of contributing his or her
RECRI M ERNT CA W IUTRE1ta income, estate or gift tax to a peace fund a
MATH-SCIECEENGINEIN GRCLTR COVERED BRIDGES OF THE MIDDLE WEST. Allen. Illus. Corn-4 Monies in the proposed fund could go to governmental or non- ti
LI<.BERAL ARTS ARCIITECTURE pee list of all covered bridges. List $7.95 .... SALE $2.98 4gvrmnaatolornentialranzinsfraubr
i / 2(1 W R1G/ELH of - peace-related activities, including the deelopment of non-military
BU AT NNUSING/H ALT COMPLETE GREEK COOKBOOK: The Best from 3000 ea of andn non-violtent solutions t international conflict and improvement of s
BUIESEART H SCIEN CE "''4 , Greek cooing. B Thers iaio.Evrtig┬░rmcmpee4 international health, education and welfare, Eliot said.
4.meals to GreekBHot Chocolae andERoasted Nuts. Publshed RersnaieRnDlusr-Clf'ad1 te oges
Nb. uptper age imit Marred coupe -accepted. Psitions aail- ? at$.54. ~ .... .SPCA 1.98presettv o elm DClf)ad3 te oges -N i S ad6-'re lh-celdh~o tri9 t$.5.............. SEIL$.8prsons are co-sponsoring I. R. 7053, Establishment of a World Peace t
transprtion Sand 68 deve.,lpntions i l using, -alivmnt ; . 4Tax Fund, as are numerous religious groups.
taspoton admdcaexess ad ls e hstet~~ THE BILL is presently bottled up i the House' Ways and Means ft
,;.~~ne DOUBLE-CROSS SYSTEM in the War of 1939 to 1945. J.C. I~~'
ppec~~~~~pp pp pp #+SAL $.0 Committee, and has never received a full hearing there. The pro- o a l~[f;F :" atra.$.5SL 10
asVP.eso datn such a bill 'include defining non-military expendi- r
CA EE"^AbI C P A EM NTtrm n. $69.$.9-. . S LE .< u , apotnLt bard t& approve Peace F n loain ,a d
CALL 764-7456 fir s irtmfiet aSEF IE:IaLvn Fiction,59 S ~ not usurpid Co~gressional powers.
*4Also brought up at the meeting Vas' the prediament o Demo- s
___________~iI'THEESSENTIAL LENNY BRCE. "Pot will probably be legal 4 cratic. County Commissioner Liz 'Taylo, who 'is suppotig -war-ax',
- in ten years. Why? Because in this audience probably every resistance by claiming Vietnamese orphans as depeindent ,on herP
N other one of you knows a law student who smokes pot ..." - ncome tax report. : ..'l
(.>.. _....................... SPECIAL $1.98 1 Eliot encouraged women at the meeting to use similar strategy ~
4 to protest the size of the U.S. military budget. Students without a t
TheCete fo Rssan ndEat Eroea Stdisy CONFESSIONS OF A STOCKBROKER. $6.95 .. SPEC. $1.00 ')4sizeable yearly income could participate by sending letters of Intent 't
is spon}soring mini-course 420 on ( i ALTIEGRA BOPESJKritShae SE. 100* to the Internal Revenue Service, legislators, and are newspapers, or
fv AL TIE GEAT.BLOOERS Kerit chafr ..SPE. $100 by withholding telephone tax, she suggested.II
: U S A NIR THE HANDGUN. Geoffrey Bootrod. Over 800 illus. For the ci
I'collector not the killer. Fine format and finei illustrations for b
IA identification. Orig. $16.95 . . SPECIAL $7.95 , TON IGHT and Saturday 1
A-OAI I SACIETU OQRHTCUE ewDrcin nA-* the ONLY, complete, one-hour-2l -minute version author- a
erc.b alHeyer. Extended interviews with the 40 or 50 4ied narrtd n crdb pi
mos motn architects who have worked in America. In- 4fi
dex and profusely illustrated. Published at $19.5.
O F TES S .iSPECIAL $5.95 g""
O F TEf..S Ri RECIPES FROM FOODS OF THE WORLD. Ring binder, in al c
SCHEDULE OF LECTURES: color ilus., 210 of the world's best recipes. By Time-Life. Orig. b
Spublished at $15. ..... SPECIAL $4.95 *4
WENN SA URANMsarch 0fssrofPltia'Sinc n Pictorial Encly. of Oriental Arts: KOREOI (1 vol pub at $995, 41m
VENNAPTRARsac rfso fPltclSineadSALE $4.9)5) JAPAN (4 vols. pub. at $39.95, SALE $19.95). # c c
Director of the Slavic and Area Studies Center, Pennsylvania 'State A marvelous series, just now available at discount, emphasis Zt,
University.,"Soviet Nationalities and Nationality Policy:. Implications gl on plates which are superb. Have a look. *
for the Nature and Future of the USSR."DT IEWRDWRLFciierpoutoso a ra
4:00 p.m, Lecture Room 1, Modern Language Buildintg S
THU SDA Mach 1}stories from Newspapers of the day. A giant folio edition *
In conjunction with the"mini-course,"oa'film entitled "The People of(1"x2'.ub.apraly$0 .. .SAE995*
the Soviet Union" will be shown at 8:00 p.m, in Lecture Room 2, AIRCRAFT. David Mondey. Photographic story of modern 4
Moen agag uldn flight. 150 color illus. Emphasis is post WW II. SPECIAL $4.5 *4
TUESDAY, March 26 f nOtln fWRL RHTCTR.M Rtun"35ils
ROMAN SZPORLUK,. Associate Professor of History, University.Afn Otlib ldblne of WRDACIE TEM.ext anf 5ine us. Friday 8:40, 10:20, Saturday, 700, 840 pm. d
Michigan, "The Ukrainians in the USSR." SPCIL 5.5f* in a unique TRIPLEX presentation n
4:00 p.m., East Conference Room, Rackham Building '$ s
THURSDAY, March 28 GLASS AND GLASSWARE. by George Savage. 225 illus. A f{; LEE MARVIN and GENE HACKMAN in of
,,RPSO RYHDET eotmn f'oiia cecYr broad coverage of the art and history of glass, with fine i- #* D~A U 7:00 U 10:20 a
University (Toronto). "Central Asia in Soviet Nationality Policy" lsrtinaou af nclr...SECA 5.5ibthngt
4:00p~m. W8# Coferece oom,'RO~hamBuilingMarvin plas a Chicago enforcer sent out with three 'soldiers' to a
400pmWsCofrneRoRchmBidg ART NOUVEAU: Revolution in Interior Design. Focus is on pulteKnaqCt!prto, u y" ~
MOND Y, pri 1 ~ urnshigsfin coor llu. Txt y Rsana Bssaliabck into the family. Director Michael Ritchie 's parable of the
RASMA KARKLINS, aeatmno oitical cienceUivri o . PCA 29 Syndicate in a cornfield, or how violence is as corporate as
Chicago. "TheBaltic Nations in the Soviet State." ORETLATPii awo.Tebokfr* America.
4:00 p.m., West Conference Room, Rackham Building Iet INTRODUCING ORIA A haslen uablesolne noaf *4
' te interested party wohsbe nbet lneit
TUESDAY, April 2 1000-page text on the fine arts of the Fr East. Illustrations 4 and TUESDAY WELD and ANTHONY PERKINS
PROFESSOR FRANCES SVENSSON, Department of Political. Science, I are very good and the text is fairly simple. .: SPECIAL $3.5 *4 PLAY IT AS IT LAYS
University of Michigan. "The Tribal Peoples oaf the Soviet Fr East" TESLN IAELRI JPNb hin e ,
4:00 p.m., W/est Conference Room, Rckham Building H IETTAELRI AA yCin e. Japan as { '4I! 7:00, 8:40 Friday 8:40,1 10:20 Saturday
?iseen by an outsider (Chinese) who has travelled extensively,

,oming out at last night's 'Iter-
featured speakers and a showing
'U' bate
(Continued from Page )
orgy-oriented replacement for the
ierra Club's now-defunct campus
.hapter, *according to Swindelhurst.
SWINDELHURST said the group
ill participate in "environmental-
yrelated activities" as dictated by
hie members' interests. He added
hat; the temperature and ligtting
iata will be fully tabulated for
resentation to the next Task Force
r"This' means working tar preserve
nd p r o t e c t. natural,:resources
irough conservation projects and
tamping, biking and hiking 'to en-
oy them," he added.
At last night's meeting the six
tudents present discussed possible
Lctivities for the group including:
--Collecting paper bgs for sale
aCampus Corners to r'aise money
or outings.
-Putting "ecology box" stikers
}n waste baskets as a reminder to
eecycle paper, glass and plastics.
-Testing light levels in hallwaya
aid cas'ooms and marking the
itchelf unneessay la is.
OF F=CAMPUS Housing Dirctor
eter Schoch is the driving force
iehind one energy-saving effort
hat's open to everyone who con-
nutes, to and from the campus:
he carpool.
Schoch runs the 'pool from a
passive pin-tudd ed map on the
all of hs office in the Student
ctivties Building. The pins indi-
ate the homes of carpool m em-
ers.: everywhere in the stae's
wer - penaninsula.
If the carpool has yet to cover
igiven neighborhood, commuters
ll out address file cards and are
lotified when a--local oarpol is
BUT SO far the network has 'ag-
;ed due, to lack of; interest. Asso-
iate Housing Diretor Claude :Orr
lescribes his staff's 'plight:"We've
seen on our knees begging people,
lease, use the carpool.'
To date, the Housing Office has
nanaged to place 60 students in
carpools from Lansing and Toledo
o Ann Arbor.
"I'd be delighted if 500 people
howed up tomorrow," says
ichoch. "We'd, find places for all
)f them."
Volume LXXXIV, Number 130
Friday, March 15, 1974
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-.POESRZIGTLADprmn fPltclSine n-1 BORDER'S SALE PRICE $4.95 4 picked up on PRETTY POISON-Tuesday Weld was named Best
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