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Sunday, Novembor 5, 197 -

THE !MICHIGAN DAILY

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Sunday, November ~, 197>. THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TVcontt
(Continued from Page 3)
7:30 2 Jackson 5
4 World of Disney
56 Just Generation
8:00 2 M*A*S*H
7 FBI
9 Saint
50 Merv Griffin
56 International Performance
8:30 2 Sandy Duncan
4 Columbo
9:00 2 Dick Van Dyke
7 Movie
Frank Sinatra in 'Von Ryan's
Express."
9 Sunday at Nine

56 Masterpiece Theatre
50 Detroit Show
9:301 2 Mannix
50 Nitty Gritty
10:00 4 Night Gallery
9 Weekend
56 Firing Line
50 Lou Gordon
10:30 2 Evil Touch
4 Profiles in Black
11:00 2 4 9 News, Weather, Sports
11:15 9 Religious Scope
11:30 2 Name of the Game
4 Political Talk
News, Weather, Sports
9 Movie-Thriller
"Games." (1967)
50 For My People
11:35 4 Wild Wild West
12:00 7 Movie

"Carter's Army." (1970)
50 Man in a Suitcase
,2:35 4 News
1:00 2 Grambling T'akes It All
I Back Home
'?:00 2 Golden Gospel
7News
2:,,0 2 News

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Hal pert : Spreading the word
as HRP's senate candidate

9:0 20th Century music
11:00 Religious music
12:00 Broadway
2:00 Jazz
5:00 Black edition
7:00 Rrythm & Blues
11:00 Progressive rock (runs until 3)

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5
DAY CALENDAR
School of Music: C. Miltein, mezzo-
soprano, SM Recital Hall, 2:30 pm.
Professional Theater Prog.: O'Neill's
The Great God Brown," Power Ctr.,
School of Music: J. Cole, piano, SM
Recital Hall, 4:30 pm.
Faculty-Grad. Student Get-Together:
The Scene, 331 S. Main, 8 pm.
School of Music: Chamber Music
Donors Recital, H. Pollack, piano, SM
Recital Hall, 8 pm.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6
Environmental & Industrial Health
Seminar: P. A. Plato, "Production &
Effects of Microwaves," Vaughan Aud.,
SPH I, 1 pm.
Gerontology Inst.: Robert Harris.
mayor of Ann Arbor, "Retirement

Years: Local Government." Ann Ar-
bor Public Library, 1:30 pm.
Psych. 171 Film Series: "Great Amer-
Iscan Novel: Babbitt;"" Ersatz;" "Very
Very Nice," UGLI Multi-purpose Rm.,
4 pm.
Physics Seminar: K. Strauch, Cam-
bridge Electron Accelerator, "e plus
minus e minus Colliding Beams at 4
GeV." P&A Colloq. Rm., 4 pm.
Computing Center: W. S. Gersten-
berger, "Introduction to Magnetic
Tapes," Seminar Rm., Comp. Ctr., 7:30
pm.
Office of Student Services Policy
Board: Meeting, Third Floor, Mich. Un-
ion, V.P. Conf. Rm., 7:45 p.m.
School of Music: R. Anderson, organ
doctoral, Hill, 8 pm.
Musical Society: East Asian Series,
Chinese Skin Shadow Puppets, Rack-
ham Aud., 8:30 pm.

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(Continued from Page 1) camnaign has been quite success-
mininluhm number of votesi s re- ful this fr.
qilired or the party will have to "I'm relativelv assured we will
netition the state for ballot status wil 15,000 votes and stav on the
in the next election.!ballot," Halpert says, "and I've
Second, Halpert contends that barne, altdrtascamdaign.
she presents a radical alternative I'arned a lot during thls campalgn.
to the Democrats and Republicans. e found yo' can say anything
tStheisDcom itrte d Rpfo llow t s'to any kind of people. They don't
She is com~mitted to follow thet1r~ vnotrtunffhemc
state-wide HRP platform, includ-t
rophones. I've learned nothing is
ing its planks calling for a steeply 'ipoe.I
gradate inometaX guraneedimnossible."
graduated income tax, guaranteed Although a supporter of HRP's
annual income, busing and free strong women's planks, Halert is
abortion on demand. concerned about "a growing wo-
Lastly, she hopes to build HRP
throgh sate-idee~poure ndhen s commitment to female can-
through state-wide exposure and didates, sight unseen."
campaigning. "Don't vote for me just because
"I've been invited places where I'm a woman; listen to what I say.
most people have never heard of Some female candidates are good
HRP," says Halpert, "and they've adsome ae addae agood
ben~r ar, and some are bad,' Halpert adds.
been very fair" t"For example, Mary Coleman
Halpert claims that the out-state:a(running for State Supreme Court)
media have been "unbelievably is a phony humbug. I'm disappoint-
generous," compared to the De- ed that the woman's liberation
trait newspapers and television. movement is not as mature as I
"I think the Detroit Free Press ought t was," e comments.
realized the lowest steps of yellow A long-time social activist, Hal-
journalism in their editorial en- pert was one of the original found-
dorsement of (Sen. Robert) Grif- ers of the HRP in 1970. A disen-
fin,"shecared.d dr chanted Democrat, she jumped at
Halpert did not dispute their s the chance to help form the new
lection but rather their lack of party.
consideration for minority party "I would not vote for, a Demo-
candidates.a crat or a Republican ever again-
Despite what she termsunfair no matter how good they are,
media coverage, Halpert says her tney're how ood tey are,
they're bound to the system.Hl1

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major issues and says "We're go-
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Viet build-up
hits new hi gh
(Continued from Page 1)
nam.
Meanwhile Viet Cong and North
Vietnamese officials accused the
Nixon administration yesterday
of trying to undermine a draft
peace agreement by rushing mili-
tary supplies to South Vietnam and
setting up a civilian advisory
corps to replace American troops.
The Viet Cong delegation to thie
Paris peace talks said the United
States is setting up a "permanent
corps of military advisers dis-
guised as civilians to take com-
mand of the Saigon army."
Despite the continuing delay in
negotiations, an opinion poll re-
leased in the United States yester-
day indicated that a majority of
voters think the President has al-
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The Harris Poll yesterday said
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