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Tuesday, September 19, l 972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Tuesday, September 19, 1972 THE MICHI(~AN DAILY Page Seven

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* Modern Hebrew and
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" The Jewish Ethical
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-The Ethics of
Sexuality
-The Ethics of
Imprisonment
* The Individual and
The State

" Basic Judaism
" Martin Buber: The
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" Hassidism and
Studies in Jewish
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* The Jew in American
Politics
* Flowers From Hell: A
Survey of Holocaust
Literature

Nixon claims victories
in war on drug traffic
WASHINGTON (k') - Taking is- are involved in the narcotics trade.
sue with George McGovern, Presi- He told the U.S. narcotics con-t
dent Nixon claimed initial victor- trol officers from American em-
ies yesterday in the war on illegal bassies in 55 countries 'to con-
drugs: He said he will cut off U.S. vey this personal message from
aid to any country whose leaders me:
contribute to America's narcotics "
problem.Anygoerment whose lader
problem.participate in or protect the activi-
Nixon did not mention the Dem- ties of those who contribute to our
ocratic presidential nominee by drug problem should know that
name in addressing U. S. diplo- the President of the United States
mats assembled from around the is required by statute to suspend{
world for a three-day drug con- all American economic and mili-
ference. tary assistance to such a regime.
But his remarks clashed with "On the other hand, every gov-
McGovern's allegation Sunday that ernment which wants to move
Nixon's anti-narcotics campaign against narcotics should know that
has failed. The Democratic, candi-
date said the administration has it can count on this country for
not cracked down on Southeast wholehearted support and assist-
Asian allies who, McGovern said, ance in doing so."

LANSING, Mich. (AP)-State AFL-
CIO President William Marshall
said an analysis of the second ses-
sion of the 92nd Congress shows
that Sen. Robert Griffin (R-Mich.)
voted "only once on 10 key issues
in support of the position taken
by organized labor.
The state labor body released a
statement yesterday, claiming that
Griffin had "one .ofthe worst anti-
worker voting records" in .the
Senate.
Marshall said Griffin's record
"points up the correctness of our
decision tonendorse" Democratic
senatorial nominee Frank Kelley,
who is running against Griffin this

CALLED 'ANTI-WORKER':-
AFL.CIO condemns
Griffi n voting record

year.
Marshall
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said that Griffin's 1972'

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DAN record was only 10 per cent tavor-
D A I A L BU L T able to worker interests, which he
said is lower than Griffin's overall
..:::..:.. i.:.::................... si-year showing of 24 per cent.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 and Univ. Press Book Award for 1972 He said the "only Griffin correct
will be presented ht meeting; reception vote from labor's standpoint was
DAY CALENDAR will follow in Mich. League Ballroom, the one he cast in opposition to a
LSA Coffee Hour: LSA freshmen, All Teacher's Certificate Candidates:mh
guests of honor, 2549 LSA Bldg., 3-4:30 Application for teacher's certificate due move to pigeon-hole the proposed
pm. at beginning of junioif year; turn in to no-fault auto insurance bill."
Computing Center: "Use of the Tele- 1228 Sch. of Educ. soon as possible. The labor leader said the issues
tyne in MTS," Seminar Rm, Comp. CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT reviewed were in such areas as
Ctr., 4, 4:45, 7, 7:45, & 8:30 pm. 3200 SAB
Poetry Reading: losif Brodsky. U-M SENIORS AND GRAD STUDENTS maritime jobs, job safety, voter
poet in residence, reading his ownR RECEIVING DEGREES in '73 '73: If registration, education, equal em-
poems in Russian, translation reading you'll be looking for a full-time job ployment opportunity, day care fa-1
by Donald Hall, Rackham Lecture after graduation, GRAD II computer- cilities, minimum wage and collec-
Hall. 8 pm. ized job opportunity matching system tie' aganig
Ctr. for Early Childhood Education might help. It's free. Stop by or calltive bargaining.
& Development: Boyd McCandless; for more information, Deadline: Sep- "Don't let the junior senator try
Emory Univ., "The Role of Males in tember 28. to fool you with election eve claims
Day Care," Aud. 4, Mod. Langs. Bldg., ANNOUNCEMENT: Students inter- that he loves working people. He
8 pm. ested in working for Environmental
GENERAL NOTICES Action lobby group in Washington D.
Attention: Effective Fri., Sept. 22, C. Fall or Winter Term. No pay but stitution and elect officers.
hours for Harlan Hatcher Grad Library good experience for students taking? Gay Liberation Front business meet-
will be: Mon.-Thurs., 8 am.-12 mid- time off from school. Stop by for more ing, Sept. 19, 8:00 PM, Union-South
night; Fri., 8 am.-10 pm.: Sat., 10 am.- info, wing, 3rd Floor Conference room.
6 pmn.; Sun.. 1 pm.-12 midnight. 'CAMPUS RECRUITING INFORMA- U of M Volleyball Club organiza-
President's State of the U niversity TION : A tentative list of G rad U or. l myig e a u Sc oy eeting, Sept., a
Address: Pres. Fleming will give annual Schools & Organizations planning to tionalo mg ihg21 MF
address2to faculty and staff. Mon., have representatives on campus is now members and e MichiganUndon All
Sept. 25, 8 pm. in Rackham Lecture avail ble in this office. Stop by, & members and new interested ones wel-
Hall; open to all members of the Univ. pick up a copy. come.
community; five Distinguished Fac- ORGANIZATIONAL NOTICES United Farm workers Boycott Com-
ulty Achievement Awards, six Dis- Anthropology Undergraduate Associ- mittee meeting, Sept. 22, 8:00 PM,
tinguished Service Awards, two Dis- ation meeting, Sept. 19, 9:00 PM, UGLI Friends Meeting House, 1416 Hill St.
tinguished University Professorships, Multipurpose room; to approve a con- Seek Volunteers and assign work pro-

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made those same claims just be-
fore his first Senate election six
years ago and then . consistently
voted against the interests of work-
ers when he got into office," Mar-
shall said.
Abortion
held .'
(Continued front Page'1)
the play focused on sex roles and
cliches about women which fol-
low them through their lives.
Singer - composer Roberta
Kosse then presented some of
her own works, including "Have
You Ever Had the Bidg Or-
gasm?", which concluded with
"Don't worry, hardly any' wo-
man has."
Profits from the show have
not yet been determined, but will
be known in abolt a week when
ticket sales are in, according to
Al LaGuire, public relationis di-
rector for the Michigan Abortion
Referendum Committee.
Profits will be used to; buy
newspaper and television ads in
support of the referendum,'
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Nothing adds color to our high.
ways like a car crash.
And drunk drivers are involved
in at least 800,000 crashes a year.
And drunk drivers are involved
in the killing of at least 25,000
people a year.
Highways don't have to be this
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It's up to you.
Drunk drivers, problem drinkers
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