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Thursday, September 7, 197 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
date but I find that the student similar stand against the legali- cent petition drive to get the
body is not looking at me as a zation of marijuana. "I don't abortion law on the November
Republican. or somebody else as think we've entirely resolved ballot.
a Democrat but they're looking the question of how harmful On the women's movement,
at the individuals and the kinds these drugs are, just what the Bursley expresses cautious sup-
of issues they support." medical side-effects are." port which falls short, however,
Smit discounted any threat to He is particularly worried of sympathy with what he terms
his bid for re-election from the about such issues because he- "the extremist suggestions that
cti n Human Rights Party, which or- represents "more students than the more ardent women's lib
ganized last year to provide a anybody else in Lansing". His supporters make."
left-wing alternative to the two 18th district includes both the However, Bursley concedes
parties. This was before City University and Eastern Michi- the women's movement has "fo-
Council elections, however, in gan University. cused our attention on the need
which HRP scored an impres- He calls himself "a conserva- for equal opportunities for em-
By ROBERT BARKIN sive victory. tive in fiscal matters and a lib- ployment in certain types of
and JAN BENEDETTI Smit stresses' his involvement eral in human matters," an ad- careers."
The fall general election is with the environmental issues. mittedly vague description. Bursley, chairman of the
certain to create excitement in An avowed backer of water and His main focus in Lansing is Senate Education Sommittee,
the area: For the first time the air pollution control legislation, the issue of abortion reform. He opposes mandatory cross - dis-
18 year old vote will have an he warns of a build-up of reac- has supported and sponsored trict busing to achieve racial
effect not only on the local out- tion against environmental leg- several bills for abortion reform integration in the schools, but
come, but also at the state level. islation. during the last several years. He has no objection to voluntary
"The state of the economy has also been active in the re- plans.
The state representatives causes the citizenry at large to - --- -
currently serving the area are ask the question of whether we - - - - - - -- -
and G it (R-Ann can afford to lose jobs at the
and Gilbert Bursley (R-Ann exee fmrvnghenv-
Arbor). In November, Smith expense of improving the envir-
will be running for re-election onmert. The business commun
while Bursley's term will not ity is now lobbying aggressively
expire utily' 14 wwith some success against this
expire untila174s type of legislation.
Sait's particular problem is In the area of drugs, while
to cope with a large minority of sen h-rcn euto f
liberal radical students living in seeing the recent reduction of Cinema Guild is the oldest student-run film group on the UM campus.
libralradcalstuent liingin penalties for marijuana posses-
the midst of a conservative ma- sion as "a giant step for Mich- r wide variety of films: classics (Eisenstein, Chaplin, Griffith, Welles
jority. -igan." Smith sai further, lib-
Separating the student corn- eralization is not feasible at )
muity and the supposedly con- piesent. (Fellini, Bergmann, Godard, Bunvel, etc.), experimental films (Cocteau
servative township, Smith sees "I do not support the elimi-
"a basic liberal - conservative nation of legal barriers against Brakhage, etc.) and recent releases.
conflict on the question of level du aeaddu s, eI
of taxation versus the level of Ous e and drug use, a WICKER WORLD invitesyou t
services, gers would be increased avail-
The liberal side of the consti ability to junior high school come in and browse thru our If you are interested in working with us by selecting films to be sh
tuency, he says, is interested in and elementary kids if drugs;ygy
extending governmental - type become readily available on anyI
services in more areas whilethetae a e large selection of furniture,tising, administering finances and plodding through sundry drudgerie
conservative side is concerned Bursley who terms himself "a
Bursey ho ermshimelfa fbaskets, and hampers.
with the level of taxation it liberal Republican" also takes aA
Smit, terming himself a "mo-C E
derate," calls the possible ef-
fect of young voters on his re- r- fi t im-ort- oretrospective of experimental avant-garde films on Thursday nights.
election "an unknown." S hous
"My own analysis," Smit says, You're sure films have never before been shown in Ann Arbor.
"is that the student body as a to be
whole is more concerned with The price rangeiwidea is
the quality of governmental
services than their cost." theselectionT
He claims many people have Buying Thurs.-Fri. Sept. 7, 8 Tarzan the Ape
misinterpreted this to believe Student
that there is going to be strong-
support for a Democratic candi-s Decoupage and Papier Tole. Sat.-Sun. Sept. 9, 10 The Great W hite
Supplies and Instruction.' I
TV & Stereo Rentals FOLLETTSSRH SMon. Sept. 11 Mr. Hulot's Holi4
$10.00 per month 10a.m. to 9 p.ms
NO DEPOSIT CLOSED SUNDAYS Tues.-Wed. Sept. 12, 13 Smiles of a Sumi
CALEE DEL!VRY PiK UPSept. 14 Experimental Fiu
NEJAC TV RENTALS 3 CTFri.RSept. 15 Ben Hur
St.-Sun.Sept. 16, 17 Red Planet Mrs
Tues.-Wed. Sept. 19, 20 Seventh Seal
CLINT CASTOR'S Thurs. Sept. 21 Experimental Fil
Fri. Sept. 22 L'Immortelle
I Sat.-Sun. Sept. 23, 24 Socrates
Mon. Sept. 25 Shoe Shine
4 Tues.-Wed. Sept. 26, 27 Los O4vidados (Y(
tzl TDamned) and un
' Thurs. Sept. 28 Experimental File

Page Nine
Each term we offer a
etc.), foreign films
, Emschwiller, Anger,
own, planning adver-
s, call 662-8673.
'e the comprehensible
Many of these short
mer Night
n Program No. 1
m Program No. 2
dung and the
chien Andalov
n Program No. 3

Fri. Sept. 29 Lady with the D
Sat.-Sun. Sept. 30, Oct. 1 Eclipse
Tues.-Wed. Oct. 3, 4 Viridiana
Thurs. Oct. 5 Experimental Fil
Fri. Oct. 6 Here Comes Mr.
Sat.-Sun. Oct. 7, 8 El Topo
40 LATER IN THE TERM: Dinner At Eight, Weekend,
5 ' chka, Passion of Anna, Chelsea Girl, and much, much
Complete schedules available in September or call 66
for program information.
Enjoy a pitcher 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 at7 & 9:05 p.rr
. Admission 75c (cheap!
7 1321 S. Universi
= 769-.1744 4 (t

rn Program No. 4

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