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Thursday, Februory 22, 973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

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NEW TRENDS FOR 1972
2 SHOPS ----
615 E. LIBERTY
Dascolo Barbers
History Undergrod Association
Presents
COFFEE, DON UTS,
& R EVOLUT ION
with PROFESSORS BRIGHT,
ROENBERG & OUNG'
THURSDAY, FEB. 22
7:30 P.M.
FACULTY LOUNGE,
MICH IGA N U NION'

Union rights granted 'U'
interns by State Court

Appeals court voids
Harrison conviction

(Continued from Page 1>)
Hospitals, and University Hospital.
According to Dr. Erwin Stuebner,
secretary of the association, the
union issue has been "out of the
general view" long enough that
many members have "forgotten
about it."
Harness expkiins that salaries
were "very, very low" when the
move to collective bargaining

rights began. Since then, he says,
the hospital administration's re-
sponse has become more '"progres-
sive" and "drastically" improved
wages'.
Since interns and residents now
serve as voting members on all
hospital committees, he adds, they
also have a greater voice in how

(Continued from Page 1)
Before Harrison's trial in Janu-
ary 1971, Leitson submitted two
motions which were accepted by
the court, asking that the prose-
cution endorse all known witnesses
of the Regents Plaza demonstra-
tion.

ed that he had been a victim of
police brutality during his arrest
at the demonstration. A television
film was produced showing a city
policeman swinging a club at him.
One police officer received an of-
ficial reprimand in connection with
Harrison's apprehension.

tne nospia is run. An estimated crowd of 1500 stud- Commenting on his trial, Harri-
The association will meet March ents took part in the March 19, son said it took place at "an emo-
3 in order to decide whether to 1970 protest in front of the Admin- tional time just after the BAM
organize as a collective bargaining istration Building. However, Shea strike" and that "all prosecuting
unit or continue the present in- failed to introduce any new wit- attorneys are after a high convic-
formal relations with the hospital nesses and declined to call five tion rate", so he paid the penalty
administration, persons to the stand who Leitson for these factors.
subpoenaed himself.
"We have a good relation with "The BAM strike was a non-
the faculty and administration at The Appieals Court, in a lengthy legitimized form of dissent," Hiar-
the hospital now," said Stuebner, opnion, severely criticizedSe rison said. "To prevent this kind of
"and we'd hate to destroy it." fo ,elgneinivsiaigdissent happening again, it was

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~ *:~ ' \dist now, jeudge in e n14th the prosecuting attorney and the
~ ~ opinion. .state of Michigan, to convict any
Walk Iogether Soulful People.::H
"TAKEDAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22 Extension Serv. - English Poetry
DAY CALENDAR Reading: D. Hall, UGLI MultipurpOse
S ur y F b. 4 BuUIsIey H al TSR P&A Employees Meeting: Open to Rm., 4:10 pm.
'all P&A employees to hear & discuss International NIght: Japanese Food,
Doos Oen :30p~m ~h w V nceresponse to MAG, 6130 ISR, 9:30 am. League Cafeteria, 5 pm.
D~oS O en9:3 p~. W a1CMaternal & Child Health Film Series: Intramural & flecreatlonlal SpOrts:
"It Happens to U8," 3001 SPH I, noon. Open House, IM Bldg., Matt Mann
Comm. for Women, Anderson Rm. D, Music School: R. Onufrey, clarinet,
ADVANCE TICKETS AT DOOR ..~Union, noon. SM Recital Hall, 8 pm.
$1 75 PER PERSON $2.00 PER PERSON N Physics Seminar: D. Farrell, Case Chemistry Lecture: D. Hercules, U of
3 Western Reserve, "The Intermediate Georgia. "Chemical Applications of
$32 O PE$ .50 COU PLE State in Superconductors," 2038 Ran- Electron Spectroscopy," 1300 Chem., 8
dall Lab, 3 pm. pm.
UA C BLA CK A FFA IRS > Nuclear Seminar: M. Schneider, Hive Gauche: International Coffee
.~ ,. . .. Brookhaven Nat'l Lab, "The N14-C13 Hour: 1024 Hill St., 9 pm.
*~ ,~*.,,~ ,, < . .' ~Reaction on Ca48," P&A Colloq. Rm., SUMMER PLACEMENT
~' '~''~ """ "tPar" Lennon's rIn Hilns Wrie, NTERVIEWS: Register by phtone,
Arena Theatre, Frieze Bldg., 4 pm. I763-4117, or in person:
BuI Ad. William K. MoInally Me- Camp Tamarack, Detroit Fresh Air
morial Lecture: Marina V. WhItman, Society. Will interview Feb. 23, 9 to 5.
GET ANYmember, President's Council of Ec. Ad- Openings include gen. male counselors,
GET ANYsors, "U.S. Policy in the World Econ- specialists in ceramics, weaving, trip-
my"Hale Aud., Bus, Ad., 4 pm. ping, nurse, cook, bus/truck driver.
A Ctr. for Early Childhood Dev. & Appls. available.
*~ ~~,. ,~ "....Educ. Lecture: A. Pinard, U. of Mon- Jumbo Ice Cream Co., Livonia. Here
treal, "On Problems of Conservation," is good money again on a summer
Aud. B. Angell Hail, 4 pm. job. Interested In children - here
LSA Lecture: M. Sachs, Brandeis U, is a good contact. Will interview her'e
PIZZA FOR TH E B n. .oi Witr, ud 1 FbGindrl 9 tScout Michigan
SMacromolecular Res. Ctr.: D;. Shaw, Camp. Will interview Feb. 28, 9:30 to
T ' t~ U of Fla., "Role of Interfacial Pheno- I5. Openings include program specialists
SPR ICE OF A .,. mene in Engineering & Medicine," 1042 in nature, waterfront, small craft, unit
Pr. nin 4Engineering for Pub. Sys- nuars diet iciancooksl etc. Applications
temts: S. Slaby, Princeton, "Technology- avail.
Boon, Panacea or Trap?" 229 W. Engin., 'timber Shores Resort, Northport,
M E D IU M - ~~~~~ pm.igou AfaisLeth. I' Will interview here Feb. 28 and
manrecet imigrnt t Isael romguards, waiters, waitresses, gas station
SP IZ ZA , ~soviet Union on Sovie -ewry,-Aud., 4, attendants, bus boys, offc personnel,1
urnF IZZ 13UM POLISH CLUB
LIlBERTY at DIVISION WILL HOLD A MEETING
769-8030 FREE DELIVERY Thurs., Feb. 22-7:00-3540 SAB
OFFER GOOD THURS., FEB. 22, 1973 HOURS: Mon.-Fri.: 4 p.m.-3 a.m.ElcinDs sioRfrsues
Sat. & Sun. Noon-3 o.m. ~Q, 4 ~,
4eI_____ N....4 -teen
2T OEACT PLAS
SOMETING UNSPOKEN by WILLIAMS
8:0 Tm

Friday & Saturday

Feb. 23-24

two films by RPley -Metzger
"While Metzger can never be accused of having cleansed sex-stressing
filsms, he most certainl ndid polish them . e didn'tssotmuch bringounder-
"Radley Metzger insists that he is atttempting to do something more than
make money: 'I try to take sex out of the shadows, to open a door or two.
Discovery is one of the fun parts of going to the movies'."
-Ron Alexander, I, A FILMMAKER
TTATHE LICKERISH QUARTET
"Lately there has been little but praise for his work, especially his most
recent film, THE LICKERISH QUARTET, a bizarre, multi-meaning movie
which has, despite its surface sensuality, brought about a serious retrospec-
tive of his films at New York's Museum of Modern Art, invitations to lec-
ture at both New York and Columbia Universities, and the awarding of a
Cine-Citation for his contribution to the art of the motion picture by Colgate
University." -"Radley Metzger, Master of the Erotic Film,"
SHOW Magazine
"Entertaining, beautiful, ripe with incredible color and decor."N..
TIMES. "A classic! The erotic content is not gratuitous, but integral to its
scheme and plot."--LA FREE PRESS. "Elegant eroticism,"-PLAYBOY.
"Titillating to both mind and glands."-CHICAGO TODAY.
THERESE and ISABELLE
''The film was made with skill. Essy Persson and Anna GaeI are extraordi-
narily deft in handling extremely difficult roles. A shocking film, but not a
dirty one."-CH ICAGO DAILY N EWS.
The story of a love affair between two girls in a French boarding school,
based on the novel by Violettte LeDuc.

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EUROPE:,Over five flights to choose from, such as:

Get to know what you both really like.
What you both really want out of life.
Get to enjoy your freedom together until you both
decide you want to let go of a little bit of it,.
But make it your choice.
Research statistics show that more than half of all
the pregnancies each year are accidental. Too many
of them, to couples who thought they knew all about
family planning ipethods.
Get to know how the two of you don't have to

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Fee
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vacation and for the Goombay Festival in early June. As on
example:
per sea prc isF rt e h/re o th otal carrier cost, subject to
increase or decrease depending upon total number of participants
as per CAB regulations Open only to faculty, staff, students and
their immediate families.
OR GO TO NASSAU FOR ONLY $30 MORE
SPAIN: Flights are operated every Monday. Visit Madrid,

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