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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, November 7, 1972

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, November 7, 1972

TALKS CONTINUE:
Chilean

work

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NIGHTLY AT 7:30
Innewscreen splendor...
The most magnificent
picture ever!
DAV'ID 0 SEIZNIC S1{5 ~."oMARGARFT '?citM

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The School of Music presents two one-act operas
Puccini's SISTER ANGELICA
Ibert's ANGELIQUE

stoppage ended
By Reuters, AP and UPI ers they laid off during the stop-
SANTIAGO - Some 220,000 page.
workers, professionals and shop- The strike cost the country more
owners returned to work yester-t
day, ending 26 days of crippling than $170 million in lost trade and
nationwide strikes against Chile's tax revenue, Allende said. At one
Marxist President Salvador Al- point last week he had declared

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Sung in English
NOV. 17, 18, 20, and 21
8:00 P.M. Conductor: JOSEF BLATT-
MENDELSSOHN THEATRE Stage Director: RALPH HERBERT
TICKETS: $3.00 MAIL ORDERS:
Some reserved seating available at $1.50 for School of Music Opera, Mendelssohn Theatre,
University students with I.D. cards. Sold at Box The University of Michigan,
Office only. Ann Arbor, MI 48104
BOX OFFICE OPENS NOVEMBER 13 AT 12:30 P.M. INFORMATION: 764-6118

lende and his government.
Strike leaders agreed to sus-
pend the stoppage Sunday night
Safter 10 hours of non-stop negotia-
tions with Interior Minister Carlos
Prats, who stepped down tempor-
arily as army commander-in-chief
last Thursday to join the govern-
ment, on a specific promise to endf
the strike.
i Although negotiations were still
inprogress when the workers
agreed to suspend the strike, Prats
said he would accept "at least 90
per cent" of their demands, and
j promised not to attempt to na-
tionalize the trucking industry or
the wholesale food sales-two big,
issues for small businessmen.
The stoppage will resume if final
points are not "clarified" by
Prats, warned Leon Vilarin, chief
of the truck owners union which
started the strike Oct. 11.
According to Reuters news serv-
ice, the agreement terms were
almost identical with ones Allende
had spelled out two days after the
strike began.
They include a guarantee of am-
nesty for strike leaders and busi-
nessmen who closed their doors,
corresponding to a promise from
strike leaders to compensate work-

AP Photo
Hail to the chief
Sen. George McGovern and his wife Eleanor greet crowds in Phila-
delphia during a final day of campaigning which took McGovern
from the East Coast to California in his bid for the presidency.
TO CONSIDER PAROCHIAD:
Court strikes down

the country "on the brink of civil
war."
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FESTVAL F FLMS
TUES. 'WED.
AWOMAN
IS A WOMAN
Dir. Jean-Luc Godard 1964
Anna Karina, Jean-Paul
Belmondo & Jean-Claude
Brially provide some love-
ly acting in this triangle
story which is more fun
than Godard's films us-
ually are.
"It isn't a musical comedy,
it's the ideamof a musical
comedy."-Godard
THURSDAY
Feminist Movement
Shorts
ARCH ITECTURE
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THE MARX BROTHERS in one of their VERY ZANIEST BEST

MONKEY

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-What else for Election Day?-Stowaways aboard a transatlantic steamer
0 Harpo and the puppet show! 0 The hilarious "Chevalier passport" scene!
TONIGHT!-November 7th--ONLY-7 & 8:45 p.m.

;

TOMORROW EVENING
Wednesday, Nov. 8th
7 & 9:30 p.m.
COMING THURSDAY
MICHAEL CAINE in
The Ipcress File
A great spy thriller!

Capitol protest
WASHINGTON-The Supreme to the law by a
Court yesterday struck down an by Congress whi
1882 law banning unauthorized pand protection
demonstrations on the U. S. Cap- ters outside the
itol grounds. -Ieclined to
Without dissent, the court af- of a Florida ma
firmed a June 22 ruling by a city law prohibit
three-judge federal panel here of police officer
that the law violated First tional. The app
Amendment rights and was the 90-day senter
therefore unconstitutional. seph Waller wh
The panel had acted in a case lice "white pigs
brought by the now - defunct incident in Augu
Jeannette Rankin Brigade, a co- William Douglas
alition of women against the In- a hearing; and
dochina war, which had. been de- -Denied an a
nied permission for a 1968 marc Carolina textil
from Union Station to the Cwhich was ord
tol s East Front for a demonstra- black worker't
tion.
In another major action, the grounds of job d
Court agreed to review a New der an 1866 civ
York law that had provided $28
million a year in state funds
for parochial schools until it
was declared unconstitutional by Architect
a three-judge panel in New York Auditoriu
City last April.
The Court yesterday also:
-Agreed to review a lower
court ruling which excluded
more than two million blacks
and Puerto Ricans in three heav-
ilv- ulated New York coun-

ban

1970 amendment
ich sought to ex-
for minority vo-
South ;
hear the appeal
n who claimed a
ting verbal abuse
rs is unconstitu-
peal stems from
nce levied on Jo-
en he called po-
during a street
ust, 1968. Justice
alone voted for
ppeal to a North
e dyeing firm
ered to pay a
back pay on
iscrimination un-
il rights law.

BRIGHTON CINEMA 3
1-96 and Grand River-227-6144
CINEMA I --
Dr. Zhivago
CINEMA I-
A Separate Peace
"'PG"
CINEMA III-
Play Misty for Me
R
ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S
Frenzy
"R"
MATINEES WED., SAT., SUN.
Admission $1.00
Theatre Club ID cards-75c
(for sr. citizens and students)
for student regular evening
admission at $1 .25
Eve, shows start at 7:30

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Warner Bros -Seven Arts Presents
James Mason - Vanessa Redgrave - Simone Signoret - David Warner
in Sidney Lumet's Production of Chekhov's E iTi3ieTIN
Technicolor's 9 SUGGESTED FOR GENERAL AUDIENCES v

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FESTIVAL OF FILMS ON WOMEN
NOVEMBER 7 THROUGH NOVEMBER 13

ties from protection under the
federal voting rights law. The
counties-New York, Bronx and
Kings - had been made subject

The intent of this festival is to raise our consciousness of how films-commercial as
well as movement produced--depict women in various roles.
TUE./WED. Ahna Kartna as an aspect of the "eternal female"-the "girl friend."
A WOMAN IS A WOMAN. Dir. J.L. Godard
THURS.: Feminist views of women. Four shorts including
GROWING UP FEMALE. Dir. Julia Reichert & Janus Klein
FRIDAY: Documentary directed by Kate Millet.
THREE LIVES
SATURDAY: Woman dealing with spiritual and sexual confusion.
THE SILENCE. Dir. Ingmar Bergman
SUNDAY: Hepburn as defense attorney/wife & Spacy as prosecutor/husband.
ADAM'S RIB. Dir. George Cukor
MONDAY: Woman as baby machine. With Anne Bancroft.
THE PUMPKIN EATER. Dir. Jack Clayton

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