Sunday, :February 18, 1973
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
All sides demand
end to fighting
APPEARING ONE NIGHT ONLY
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18
TV Center: "Singer's Art: Making
Music Together," WWJ-TV, Channel 4.
Music School: Trombone student re-
cital. SM Recital Hall. 2:30 pm.
Music School: A. Curtis, U of Cal.,
"The Unknown Rameau," SM Recital
Hall. 4:30 pm.
Musical Society : Marcel Marceau.
pantomimist. Power. 3. 8 pm.
Music School: Steven Mark, saxo-
phone, SM Recital Hall, 8 pm.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19
Russian & E. European Studies: D.
Brown, "Soviet Literature Since Stalin,"
Commons Rm., basement, Lane Hall,
Botany Seminar: B. Weir, N. Carolina
Statea "Two-Locus Descent Measures,"
4804 Med. Sci. II, 4 pm.
Physics Seminar: B. Winstein, U of
Chicago, "Search for Quarks at the
ISR," P&A Colloq. Rm., 4 pm.
Gymnastics: Michigan vs. Michigan
State, Crisler, 8 pm.
Music School: J. Kemph, flute &
piccolo, SM Recital Hall, 8 pm.
Rive Gauche: French language night,
1024 Hill St., 9 pm.
Attention Two New Courses Begin
Today: "Mini-course on the Ann Ar-
bor Film Festival," No. 315 (1 crs)Pass/
Fail; John Allen, M. C.: Residential
Coil. Aud., 4 pm. See J. Allen, 107
Greene, E. Quad (764-7580) for signa-
ture on drop/add form. Registration
deadline, Feb. 21. "Natural & Syn-
thetic Oxides," No. 418 (1 cr.) Pass/
Fail, B. J. Evans, M. C.; 1528 CC Little
Bldg., 4 pm. See Prof. Evans (764-8427).
3020 CCL, for more info.
Attention Students: Feb. 20, 1973 (5
p.m.) is last date for the Winter Term
when Registrar's Office will allow re-
fund for a 50 per cent Withdrawal.
Announcement: Children's Develop-
ment Center. Rockford, Ill. Eight weeks
internship summer program for juniors
in special ed., physical therapy, occu-
pational therapy, speech and child psy-
chology; living expenses included; come
in and read details.
Riverdale Neighborhood House, Riv-
erdale, N. Y. Counselors and special-
ists positions on Day Camp Staff
needed; emphasis on group handling;
Interviews: Register in person or
by phone 763-4117.
Good Humor Co.. Detroit. Need mon-
ey for school next fall - here it is. Will
Interview Feb. 21, 9 to 5.
Camp Tamarack, Fresh Air Society,
Detroit. Will interview Feb. 23, 9:30 to
5 p.m. Openings include general coun-
selors, specialists In waterfront, arts
and crafts, kitchen staff, nurse. De-
tails and applications avail.
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munists were reported killed in
the action, with one government
trooper killed and another
Post-ceasefire casualties to date
as compiled by the Saigon high
command list 6,809 North Vietna-
mese and Viet Cong guerrillas kill-
ed and 195 wounded. Government
casualties are said to be 1,175 sol-
diers killed, 5,410 wounded and
In Saigon about 300 South Viet-
nanmese political and reliigous lead-
ers met at the behest of President
Nguyen Van Thieu today and
unanimously agreed to form a pop-
The front seeks to achieve na-
tional solidarity in preparation for
the coming political struggle with
Under the terms of the Paris
peace agreement the Saigon ad-
ministration and the PRG are
& HIS LOST PLANET AIRMEN
* Rod Stewart
" James Taylor
* Gospel Choir
" John Denver
- Future Worlds
" Art Gallery
" Jack Anderson
" Charter Flights
" Black Players
obliged to form a national council
for national reconciliation and coo-
cord to organize new elections.
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or she has not been indicted, or
convicted of a crime punishable
by a year's imprisonment or more,
and is not a fugitive from justice.
The law also makes it illegal to
buy a gun if one is a user of mari-
juana, a narcotic addict, an alien,
a former resident of a mental in-
stitution, a citizen who has re-
nounced citizenship, or the pos-
sessorof a dishonorable military
While no registration require-
ments, exist for the purchase of
long guns in Ann Arbor, police
registered 828 handguns between
June, 1971, and July, 1972.
Gun control advocates point out
that homicides in this country -
which occur at a rate of one every
33 minutes - are the result of
shootings in 65 per cent of all
cases, and that an estimated 100
million firearms are owned by pri-
vate citizens in the U.S.
But Collins insists that "if some-
body's going to violate a law, they
aren't going to care about the le-
galities of owning a handgun. On-
ly the law-abiding citizen will suf-
And Collins 'doesn't buy the ar-
gument that the availability of
handguns leads people to commit
sudden acts of violence.
"Even if you don't have a gun,"
he claims, "If someone's mad
enough to kill, he'll use something
else. It's what leads to the killing
that's the problem."
"And you aren't getting to the
criminal with gun laws," Collins
adds. "You're only making it eas-
ier for him because he knows ev-
eryone else is unarmed."
But both Collins and Persky wish
they. could have a little more dis-
cretion concerning their clientele.
"Once we had an individual who
wanted to buy a gun, who was
drunk as hell," Collins recalls.
"Inside half an hour we got a
call from Legal Aid saying he had
a permit and we couldn't refuse
"Another time somebody wanted
a gun that could shoot 1,000
yards," says Collins.
"You know he didn't want a gun
like that for target practice."
EAST LANSING, MICH.
DO SOMETHING OF CONSE-
QUENCE. If you really think you
can help us answer this question,
apply n o w for a position on
U.A.C.'s 1973-74, 10 member
Executive Programming Board.
Applications are available at the
U.A.C. office, 2nd floor Michigan
Union and must be returned by Friday,
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of the totally unsatisfactory attitudes, actions, and rhetoric of the Rainbow People's Party toward wome
gay people and other oppressed minorities, WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, oppose the candidacy of Dav
Sinclair in the City Primary Election (2nd Ward, HRP) February 19.
THE MALE LIBERATION COLLECTIVE
THE ANN ARBOR GAY LIBERATION FRONT
and the following individuals:
Harry M. Kevorkian
Mitchell R. Miller
Glenn P. Bates
Thomas N. Todd
Laurence H. Scott
William D. Donahoe
Paul J. Terry
in GAY AWARENESS WOMEN'S KOLLECTIVE (GAWK)