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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, September 29, 1972

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, September 29, 1972

UFWsupporters hit
Farm Bureau film
(continued from Page 1) In reference to the picket line
many people out here as inside,"! tactic, Masterson said, "We're not
he said. "We see this as a sign going to convince them, we're just
that the boycott is taking hold, the showing them we're not going to
fact that this movie is being shown , give up. There's nothing that up-
here in opposition to the union." sets people more than crossing a
picket line."

ACTIVE MEMBERSHIP:
Black frats gaining strength

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(Continued from Page 1)
nember for life."
Bruce Evans, the president of
Alpha Phi Alpha, agrees with
Hawkins.-
"There's a great feeling of
>rotherhood that binds us," Evans
comments, "and it doesn't leave
you when you leave the Univer-
ity."

According to Evans, the black
frats place great importance on
the notion that self-improvement is
the first step to helping the black
community as a whole.,
In line with this attitude, study is
considered essential and use of
any kind of drug including mari-
juana is absolutely forbidden.

Tuition
levellin u i e s
Tniversi

The UFW has accused the Farm s
COS t Bureau of using tax-exempt money _
to attack the farm workers' union,
in , by such activities as recruiting,
rimporting and paying workers to
break strikes. The Farm Bureau
ies has also sponsored state and na- ,
tional legislation outlawing con-
sumer boycotts; protecting the la-
bor contracting system and dhel

SGC seeks referendum
to cut ROTC funding

WASHINGTON ()-The cost of use of dangerous pesticides, and (Continued from Page 1)1
attending a state university rose banning most strikes by farm Due to a great deal of political
again this fall but much slower workers. infighting, the Council spent a
than in the previous eight years In alliance with the National large part of the evening on ag
when tuition jumped 75 per cent Right to Work Committee, the constitutional reform bill thatc
for residents and 115 per cent for Farm Bureau has pushed for de- passed 8-0.
nonresidents.. legalization of union ship enforce- The bill now requires all SGC.
These figures emerged in an an-1 ment. members to be University studentsa
nual survey by the National Asso- Five women UFW supporters and lowers quorum requirements
ciation of State Universities and were sent into the meeting to raise i from two-thirds to a simple ma-,
Land Grant Colleges of its 118 questions after the ,showing of the jority of members.n
members including the largest film. However, other women were The quorum requirements were
schools in the nation. denied entry into the hall, pur- changed as a reaction to recent
Resident tuition and required fees portedly because they had not SGC meetings that have been un-t
increased 4.86 per cent over a year made prior reservations. This was able to make binding decisions be-t
ago, compared with an 8.8 per tent in contradiction to a newspaper cause of an insufficient number oft
increase a year ago and nonresi- advertisement inviting non-member members present.t
dent costs rose 4.7 per cent com- women to come to the meeting and
pared with a 17 per cent jump a find out about the Farm Bureau. Amotion stipulating that all va-
year earlier. A 1 th o u g h the demonstration ies must bpreioud by mem -s
Actually, the report said, the broke up around 11 a.m., the Fnrm ofthe_ prevousmember
University of New Hampshire and Bureau women's meeting was
Colorado State University lowered scheduled to go on until three in CINEMA II
their tuition this year. the afternoon.
-- I FR IDAY 7

party was also included in the
amendment and passed.
In other action, SGC allocated
$500 to a voter registration drive
on campus in a 5-5 vote.
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"We can't help other people get
themselves together if we're too
high to know what's going on,"
Evans states. "This is an impor-
tant time for black people. It's not
a time to get high."
Evans, a senior majoring in edu-
cational psychology, teaches a
class called "Black PerspectivesI
on Drugs" at the fraternity house
every Thursday night. The class is
open to all black students on cam-
pus.
"There's a lot of drug abuse
among blacks due to drug ig-
norance. We want to show them'
that this is the consequence you
have to expect if you take drugs,"
Evans says.
Pledging, the traditional frater-
nity system for admitting new
members is also treated differently
in the black fraternity system.
The Omega's, for example, re-
quire all their new pledges to work
together on a social action project.
The age-old practice of making
pledges do all sorts of ridiculous
and demeaning tasks is completely
rejected.
"We respect each pledge as a
man," comments Larry Hamilton, a
member of the Alhpas. "We have
never endorsed the principle of
embarrassingsa pledge in front of
the public. That's just too degrad-
ing."

lin
Recent Russian masterpiece in
which excellent timing, place
and visually created atmos-
phere carry the plot. Based on
a Chekhov story.
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THE DOG
Dir. Josef Heifez
SAT.,/SUN.
L1E(LISSE
Dir. Antonioni-1962
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