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Page Eight

SGC on the rocks?
By TERRY MARTIN and dates are women and two
BILL HEENAN black.
Five members of Student Gov- Reasons for the walkout r
ernment Council last night walked from charges of "back-room
out of their weekly meeting, an- tics" to a fear that Council
nouncing that they were "adjourn- being "packed." Gill terme
ing'to Bimbo's." The action ended defectors "racist."
the meeting because of lack of The protesting five were:
quorum. Dobbs (Student Tenant's1
The flap was centered on the Coalition); Dave Hornstein1
nominating process used to fill the shit); Sandy Green (Comm
yacant seat of Valda McClain who Coalition); Keith Murphy and
resigned last term. Dunaskiss (Responsible Altern
Earlier in the meeting, Council Party).
had questioned three candidates
who had been selected by an SGC Ta
nominating committee. The com-P as e
mittee, chaired by Minority Affairs -
Vice-President Lee Gill, met Wed- 1
nesday night to interview eight election
women and six men who had re-
sponded to an SGC advertisement. By GORDON ATCHESOI
The three candidates selected The Human Rights Party (
were Ann Missavage, '76, Char- adopted several major resole
lotte Martin, '75, and Grad. stu- governing their Feb. 19 pri
dent Elaine Leaphart. All said they elections, during a massI
were independents. ing last night.
The debate included questions on The meeting, attended by
the racial and sexual composition 125 people, approved a me
of the candidates. All the candi- binding all HRP candidat
support "the party platform
4 all decisions of mass meeti
rofThe resolution continued wha
' p been established HRP policy.
Several resolutions conce
the financing of primary
t on paigns were also passed.
whelmingly approved was a m
setting maximum limits on
"i" amount of money each can
may spend on his or her
paign. The actual dollar1
will be decided at a later me
Eckstein called China a "sub- No limit was set on "donate
dued society, purposeful and puri- bor, donated materials and
tanical, controlled and disciplin- donated media resources."
ed." However, he added that it is Rainbow People's Party (
"not as uniform and antiseptic as gave the measure strong sups
some news commentators have Because of HRP's preser
said." nancial situation, the meeting

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formance as Sophie, and though
the movie is as pretentious and
noisy as any Russell film, it is
slightly less grotesque, slightly
more human than most.
-RICHARD GLATZER
The Boy Friend
Fifth Forum
The Boy Friend is a delight-
ful film. It is also a film directed
by Ken Russell. The two state-
ments do not seem compatible,
do they? But they are. Fear not.
The story concerns a touring
troupe ofaactors doing a produc-
tion of a musical called "The
Boy Friend" out in the Midlands
of England far from London. Not
a great way to make a name for
yourself. Well, one day the lead-
ing lady twists her ankle, and in
the best "the show must go on"
tradition, the boss sends out
Polly, the understudy, to do the
part. "You're going to go out
there a youngster, you've got to
come back a star!" (Yes, he
really says that) Polly (superbly
played by Twiggy) does not know
her part very well, and to make
matters worse, she is bedazzled
and flustered by the leading man.
At this point who should wander
into her day of torment but Mr.
DeThrill, the talking picture pro-
ducer!!! What to do? Well, every-
one else in the cast (except Polly
of course) quickly decides that
the thing to do is to attract at-
tention to themselves and thus
become a motion picture star.
And the fun begins.

The Boy Friend is a musical
that takes place on stage, back-
stage, in Polly's romantic imagi-
nation, and in the film fantasies
of DeThrill. It is also a sort of
cinematic meditation by Ken
Russell on the history of the
movie musical in all its forms
and dimensions. Of course, your
appreciation of the film may be
greater if you understand all
these inside comments, but not
knowing them will not make The
Boy Friend any less enjoyable.
It is one of those movies where
you just sit back and let the
thing carry you along. Nothing
more.
-WILLIAM MITCHELL
And Yet Another
Week Of. -.
Pete and Tillie-State-Burnett
and Matthau, tears and joy,
cliches and schizoid audience
manipulation.
The Poseidon Adventure-Mich-
igan-Ernest Borgnine and a very
fat Shelly Winters. What more do
you want??
The Getaway-Fox Village-
Sam Peckinpah's exciting, un-
pretentious heist movie, with Ali
and Steve as Lauren and Bogey.
Funny Girl-Wayside-Barbara
S. prevails over unhappy ro-
mances, broken dreams, and
William Wyler.
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Who is this man?
President Nixon gives Americans a rare glimpse of himself yes-
terday as he boarded his plane to fly back to Washington for his
inauguration tomorrow.
Professor develops
London flu vaccine

The professor, who at the
of the visit chaired the boa
the National Committee, note
Chinese are "strongly come
to egalitarian values. Incom
ferences," he said, "are str
ly narrower than in India."
Eckstein said he found the
nese "very conscious of d
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ences in rank and status." In
respect, he called their e
"partially successful in na
ing the difference between
and countryside." Eckstein
tributed this success to as
matic program to keep the s
cities in check while efforts
made to break down urban
tudes toward agricultural lab
The delegation was invit
China by the People's Institu
Foreign Affairs, and spoke on
eral occasions with Chinese
Foreign Minister Chaio Kuan
All expenses were borne b
Chinese, and Eckstein sai
"character of hospitality cou
most be called spectacular -
lived in a kind of luxury w
not used to at home."
During the visit, Eckstein
ticed "very little overt
Americanism," with the exce
of a few posters calling for a
to American imperialism.
Comparing the Chinese eco
to the Soviet and Japanese e
ples, Eckstein said the Chines
sign much higher priority t
ricultural development and
peasantry than the Soviets do
likened the small-scale rur
dustry to what he called si
production in Japan 50 years
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time ed not to give any candidates a (continued from Page 1) Meanwhile, if you're feeling sick,
rd of monetary subsidy. The party will has been in the literature since it may be the London flu. The only
d the however provide a tabloid, giving the 1930's." way a doctor can tell for sure,
nitted the candidates an open forum to Historically, the first vacines Maasab says, is to do a throat:
e dif- comment on the election issues. were made from viruses which had culture or a blood test. Resistance,
iking- x:.'r.r.F..":>,,;:,;:: been killed. Most vaccines used to- and therefore, symptoms, vary
day (for polo and measles, for in- from person to person. But if you
Chi- DAILY OFFICIAL stance) are attenuated live virus- have a fever, a sore throat, and a
differ- es. Live viruses are much cheaper persistent cough, be consoled:
BULLETIN to produce, Maasab said, and they Half of Michigan suffers along
can be made faster and in larger with you.
: . ; , : . . : : : : - a . ;. n u m b e r s .
FRIDAY, JANUARY 19 "It takes at least six to eight
months to produce a vaccine from
RegentsBuness Session: Regents' a killed virus," he said. "We hope W ashi gton I
Rm., 1st fl., Admin. Bldg., 11 am, with this method to be able to pro-Q
Music School: M. Kaplan, pres., Lei- duce a vaccine two to four months *
sure Reseach & nseservicesic T he after we receive a new strain." 11 0C ~ t o
CreatveConponent in Post-Industrial Atrievevacivepearnewdtai. f rbn t
Society," Rackham Aud., 11 am. A live vaccine prepared by Maa-
Commission f o r women: Homer sab's method is administered more
Heath Lounge, Union, 3:30 pm. safely than a killed virus. The The Ann Arbor Counter-Inaugu-
riMuseum of Art & Art Dept.: G. Baro, new vaccine is sprayed into the ral committee reminds people that
critic, art historian & dir., Corcoranpy
n this Gallery of Art, Wash., D.C., "Color nose, the normal route of flu virus buses to Washington will leave at
fforts Abstraction," Arch. Aud., 4:10 pm. infection, rather than injected into 8:00 tonight from South University
Arrow- Astronomy Colloquium: M. Smith, the bloodstream. between East University and Southc
city Physical Phenomenon in Am Stars," Although "flu" popularity refers State. Bus captains will be check-
at- P&A Colioq. Rm., 4 pm. to almost any short term illness, ing identification of all ticket
syste- A1 -Md7,9pm s "If . . ." Nat. Sd. Maasab points out that real in- holders.
ize o Music School: Stravinsky's "Lea fluenza is specifically a virus- For those driving to Washington,
S are Noces," Univ. Chamber Choir, Thomas caused infection of the respiratory the Committee suggests that peo-
atti- Hilbish, conductor, Hill, 8 pm. system. He adds that there is ple park outside the city and take
ior. Gyternational Folk Dance: Barbour really no such thing as a stomach buses downtown.
ed to aGEEA NOTICES
e oGymRAL pm.ICfu." Protesters are also advised by
te for Attn. Physical Therapy Sophomores: How new virus strains arise,
n sev- All second term sophs wishing to con.- Maasab says, is "the sixty-four the Committee to bring their own
Vice centrate in Phys. Therapy who have thousand dollar question." If it bail money-between $10 and $25-
i-u.not submitted necessary form to Cur- "if you're thinking of doingsoe
-hua.I riculum should do so not later than could be answered, he continues,"y 'g dgsome-
y the Feb. 5: form may be obtained by con- scientists could predict when flu thing which might get you busted."
d the tacting Miss virginia Wilson in office epidemics would occur., and pos- The medical aide number in
ld al- Underciass Adv sing, 1213 )gel sibly what the new type of virus Washington is 293-1010. Housing
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