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Thursday, September 7, 1972

'THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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minded me of Robert Frost," he Norman says that the volume
said. ''It was in a very naturalw has not increased, although it
E xil d satting, and there were no au- could under existing guidelines.
thorities around so I could In direct opposition to the pos-
write." ture is Dr. William Brown, direc-
Brodsky' s work went unpub* tar of Willow Run Laboratories.
lished in the Soviet Union, a1 m When questioned about Univer-
though some of his poetry cir ffj sity professors' connections with
,po et culated in the underground. All n*fn Willow Run, Brown replied, "If
his manuscripts were confiscated our facilities are what somebody
(CniudfrmPg) by -Soviet- authorities when he (continued from Page i) needs, well it doesn't make any1
(Cniudfo aeleft the country. on perfecting radar and other sense not to use them. Every-
parasite'an sentenced to fivetakn syewiehe This will probably be his most trcngssensxhete body arees in principle wha
years at hard labor. He never difficult task - reconstructing Coolveyintdevtonisaielctrnic
went to a labor camp, but spent his manuscripts from memory. . ouv nteres ectwhichel Brown added, "There's no law rp
northern Russia. Laighshmln a against professors transfering
18 ~ ~~ dffcl yersnacleciefrt eavngohishe omendwas amissiles and planes evade the thewi'projects."
At a press conference the Rus- diffict stfrae poent.my ill," electronic tracking systems of
Sian poet said that his exper- he said. "No one can feel 'de- opponents on the ground.
ience in the labor camp wasn't light at leaving his home, and o In February, during the time d.J t l
completely unpleasant., "It re- isen osblt of vstn the Regents' decision, these Rxeaud ~ Ii
1 se noposibiityof isiing labs were performing four clas-
there in the near future." siidrsacpojtswth C a ife,
"H a o a i oiy t w r b u 3 60 0 the Soviet Union," Proffer said. G - - - _ ---
"And he hopes that his n a me _ - _ - - -
D ope , remains in Russian literaturete.
According to Proffer B r o d-13{
sky's "culture 'is English, wes-
law ter and he wanted to come
somewhere where Slavis studies i
were developed. The -University Sr-
has an excellent department. WeM
(Continued from Page 1) also publish the Russian Tni- Cinema Gidi h letsuetrnfl grouponteU caps
According to City Attorney quarterly, which has printed a j uldifeodetsuen-u im"n~U
Jerold Lax, approximately twelve great deal of Brodsky's poetry wide variety of films: Classics (Eisenstein, Chaplin, Griffith, Welle.
suchsummnseshavebeenis-over the past few years."
sued since the new law went into Brodsky's duties as, poet-in-resi- (Felini, Bergmnann, GodadBnel etc.), eprmna films (Ccta
effect. dlence will include teaching a ~ v. xeietl\..ce
In the few cases that have, course on contemporary Russian Bahgec)adrcn eess
come up since then, the defen- poetry. He also hopes to have W OCK R LD rkae t.)adrcn eess
dants have pleaded guilty to the contact. with the many young ( WICKERWOL invites yo HL
charges. But surprisingly, Dis- poets who abound in Ann Arbor.yo
trict Court Judge Pieter Thomas- Other universities,- includingcoeianbrwetrouIIyoaeitrsednwrkgwth sbyeltngfmsobeh
sen did not fine them five dollars. Oxford and Cambridge are also coein ros huor fyuaeiteetdi origwt sbyslcigfim ob l
foread a emontpnedeedtencngne-pestedas a ig thler et large selection of furniture,R tising, administering finances and plodding through sundry drudgerie
f r a m nh a d o d r d t e d - p e as a g et l c u e , a d i Itfendants to have an interview= is expected that Brodsky will
with a probation officer. travel.bsesadhmes
~This action caused many fib - --baskets,-andAhampers. SCHEDULE OF OUR FALL SHOWINGS FOLLOWS: 'No
servers to speculate whether a A pot porri of items' from theAPRT L
judge cudpuilrufiltolJL UII LII
onpoainpicta eat o'eSr_ finest import houses. retrospective of experimental; avant-garde films On Thursday nights
vi l tris not m entioned in the new (
statute. films have never before been shown in Ann Arbor.
Thomnasssen feels he can. Us- tob
The price range is wide as is {
ually probation violators can be1
put in jail.
The, first case comes up for Winner the selection. T us-rSp.7 aznteA e
sentencing on Sept. i-and until Buying
then, nobody knows what will Student
happen with Ann Arbor's five S tDcuaeadP e oew upplies pSt-unp.9'oIh ht
dollar marijuana law. eG a
Supplies and Instruction. Sa-S nSet 9,1T eG etWht
TV& teeoRetas Mon.- Sept. 11 Mr. Hulot's Holi
TI troRnasSTORE HOURS -p
$10.00 per month 10 .topm
NO'CODEPOUNSYS Tues.-Wed. Sept. 12, 13 Smiles of a Sumi
FREE DELIVERY, PICK UP
AND SERVICE ?A.- ifTh rs Sept. 14 Experimental Fiji
-ALLJWIKER WOR___
NEJAC TVP RENTALS 300CAPNTRATPCKR Sept. 15 Ben Hur
662-5671300CRETRA AK D)
__ _ _ _ _ __-----Sat.-Sun. Sept. 16, 1 Red Planet Mars
'-~~'.- ~VTJTues.-Wed. Sept. 19, 20 Seventh Seal
C 1 ICA T 'SThurs. Sept.-CITC S'~l'S 21 Experimental Filt
w ' Fri. Sept. 22 L'Immortelle
V111-iLAED E L L40
'~Sat.-Sun. Sept. 23, 24 Socrates
41 )~z~YJ~:... Mon. Sept. 25 Shoe Shine
* ~;::.j .Tues.-Wed. Sept. 26, 27 Los Olvidados (Y
Damned) and un
.. Thur Sept. 28 Experimental Flr
....... 1 Fri. Sept.- 29 Lady with the D

Each term we offer a
s, eta.), foreign films
u, Emschwiller, Anger,
own, planning adver-
s, call 662-8673.
to the comprehensible
Many of these short
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ri" PrograinmNo.
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41 Sat.-Sun, Sept. 30, Oct. 1 Eclipse
rTues. -Wed. Oct. 3, 4 Viridiana
Thr.Oct. 5 Experimental Funr
FFr.Oct. 6 Here Comes Mr..
.~Sat.-Sun.fo Oct. 7, 8 El Topocal6
.. F- .,jz3 LATER IN THE TERM: Dinner At Eight, Weekend,
. . .. . . . .. . . . .. . . . .. . . . .. . . . .. . . .chka, Passion of Anna, Chelsea Girl, and much, much
.4Complete schedules available in September or cl 6
rLnjoy apic r of beer or maybe a bottle of wine and relax at the \V-Bell. Come with your
friends or even alone-it's a great time anytime! That's what the Village Bell is for.)
____ ____Shows at 7 & 9:05 p.r
Admission 75c (cheap!

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ii Program No. 4*
Ninot-I
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2-8871

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