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1.CJ SEE WIS t A~PPE CALL'DA Y
Mystery marathon'
The American Dance Club held a Dance Marathon at the Inter-
national center from 6 p.m. Friday until yesterday afternoon at 6. Or did
they? A reporter from the Daily found the International Center locked
tight as a drum yesterday afternoon at 2:30. No one in either West Quad
or the Michigan Union knew'anything about a Dance Marathon. After
over an hour of unsuccessful searching, the reporter found a friendly
janitor who unlocked the International Center. The janitor and the repor-
ter didn't find a Dance Marathon but they did find a couple asleep on a
waterbed. (Betcha' never knew there was a waterbed hidden in the Inter-
national Center.) The couple, upon prodding, rolled over and mumbled
something like "Went home at 2." A call to a sleepy Mike Haroutinian,
one of the organizers of the Marathon, cleared up the mystery of the in-
visible dance fest. Mike sleepily swore there really had been a Dance
Marathon and about 12 couples had danced their way to 1,100 dollars, but
they had all given up and gone home to bed.
The killer instinct *
Stealthily they creep up gtairways. With an I-Spy eye they throw fur-
tive glances over their shoulders as they inch along the halls. West Quad-
dies, taking a few cunning cues from their compatriots at East Quad,
have resurrected the "Killer" game and once again would-be assassins
and assassinees are literally darting, with rubber-tipped dart guns,
around the dorm - and Building Director Leon West is up in arms about
it. Seems Leon has threatened to cancel the leases of any "killers" he
catches, according to a West Quad Resident Advisor, because he thinks
the game detracts from the dorm's restful and relaxed atmosphere. Play-
ful paranois aside, only 16 players, of the 50 or so who began the game last
week, remain. The other night, one quaddie, fitfully slumbering away in
his room, became an assassin's target - he got it right between the eyes.
You name it *
If you glance through the 'U' faculty-staff directory, you may come
across a few fields of study you've never heard of before. You also might
run across some, well, rather unusual names among our faculty and
staff. Take for example, public health Prof. Lawrence Brilliant. It seems
only natural that Brilliant just copped a Center for Research on Learning
and Teaching award. Brilliant as he may be, one can only wonder if Prof.
Brilliant feels in any way outclassed by English Prof. R.H. Super, We all
know that a few things in the life of a University student are as certain as
writing papers: We're sure linguistics Prof. Herbert Paper knows a lot
about that. Then again, any problems encountered in writing those
papers could probably be cleared up by, you-guessed-it, English Prof.
Hubert English. Not entirely by coincidence, Prof. English is quite
familiar with writing woes; he used to be director of the freshman comp
program.
Happenings ... -
... don't exactly make today a day of rest. You can start off with
Eclipse jazz' improvisational Workshop with Andy Drelles from 1 to 3
in East Quad Room 126 ... if you're more the spectator type, you- could
catch the 2 p.m. concert in the Union's Pendleton Room by "The Gemini"
(alias the Slomolitz Brothers), featuring their original songs for guitar
and other instruments ... also at 2 but on the other-side of campus, you can
satisfy that lusting in your heart for classical chamber wind music at the
Music School' Recital Hall ... dash back down to Central Campus for
some more music, the Michigan- Youth Symphony Orchestra's 3 o'clock
concert in Hill Auditorium ... you should get out of this concert in time for
the Tu B'shevat Seder at 5 in Alice Lloyd's Newcomb Lounge ... if
- you're into organizing things, drop by the organizational meeting of the
Metropolitan Community Church at 7 p.m. Call 769-6054 or 662-6073
for further info ... at 7:30, University Emeritus Prof. Josef Blatt will per-
form "Three last Piano Sonatas" by Mozart, Haydn and Beethoven in the
Meeting Room of the Ann Arbor Public Library ... MONDAY, Jacobo
Kovadloff will speak on Jews in Argentina at 1 p.m. in Room D of the
Michigan League ... as part of its "Alternative Living" series, a yet
unannounced speaker will discuss Open Marriage at the 7:30 meeting
of the Center for Social Concerns on 511 E. Forest Ave. in Ypsi ... at 8,
you can choose between pianist Richard Farner's concert in the Music
School's Recital Hall or the Rev. John Grauel's speech at the kickoff of
the Hatikvah Campaign in the UGLI's Multipurpose Room. Happy
listening.
"toalg n a s instead. In a letter to Luckenbach,
Lucky are those lighthearted sousProxmire said: I intend to do my
in Luckenbach,texas, population.hreebest to fulfill the honor by laughing
. They know not to takelifeout loud, I intend to stop everything
too seriously. This small southwest- ,.t m I,.,.Inut.,ni.

The Michigan Daily-Sunday, January 22, 1978-Page 3
Carter urges eased

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Sunday, January 22

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time permit 90 per cent of tax liability
to be wiped out by the credit instead of
the current 50 per cent limit.
" $2.6 billion in curtailed business en-
tertainment deductions and curtailed
tax preferences including a gradual end
to deferral of taxes on income earned in
other countries until the money is re-
turned to the United States. This leaves
a net business reduction of $5.8 billion.
" $2 billion in lower excise taxes by
Daily Official Bulletin
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Sunda'y, January 22
DAY CALENDAR
WUOM: Options in Education -- "The Bureau-
cracy in Education," 1 p.m.
TV Ctr.: Creation of Art: The Natural World,
WJBK, Channel 2.,6:30 am.
Pendleton Ctr.: "The Gemini," vocalists, guitar-
ists, 2nd fir., Union, 2p.m.
PTP: -"The Robber Bridegroom," Power Ctr., 2, 8
p.m.-
Ann Arbor Jazz Workshop: Rm. 126 Res. Coll., 1-3
p.m.
Music School: Michigan Youth Symphony, Hill, 3
p.m.
Monday, January 23
D)AY CALENDAR
Women's Studies Films: Contemporary American
Family: The Greenbergs of California, Aud. 3, MLB,
7 p.m.
Music School: Richard Farner, Pacific Lutheran
U., guest pianist, Recital Hall, 8 pm.
Stearns Lec./Concert Series: "Temperament as
Style: Demonstration and Discussion," Cady Rm.,
Stearns, 8 pm.
Dr. Paul C. Uslan
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ending the 4 per cent federal tax on tele-
phone bills and lowering the unemploy-
ment compensation tax paid by em-
ployers.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXVIIi, No. 93
Sunday, Januarv 22, 1978
is edited and managed by students at the University
of Michigan. News phone 764-0562. Second class
postage is paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109.
Published daily Tuesday through Sunday morning
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$7.50 by mail outside Ann Arbor.

TAXI DRIVER
Director-MARTIN SCORSESE (1976)
Scorsese's gripping drama about urban decadence and alienation. ROBERT
DENIRO plays Travis Bickle, a New York cabbie whose boredom and
loneliness finally erupt into a paroxysm of violence. Both DeNiro and
Taxi Driver were nominated for Academy Awards. "No other film has ever
dramatized urban indifference so well"-Pauline Kael.
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Viewpoint Lectures U-M Ann Arbor Tickets $1.50 General Admission
Tickets available at Ticket Central in the Michigan Union
Co-Sponsored by the English Department
Afternoon poetry workshop. For information call 763-1453 or 763-1107
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Wisconsin Democrat Senator Wil-
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Although some of his constituents still may not have recovered from
New- Year's Eve 1977, Iowa state representative Tom Tauke is already
planning for New Year's Eve 1978. Tauke has introduced a bill allowing
bars licensed to sell liquor or beer on Sunday to serve those beverages
from noon on Dec. 31 to 2 a.m. on New Year's Day, 1978. The reason for all
of this: New Year's Eve falls on Sunday this year. Under current Iowa
law, bars can sell liquor or beer from noon to 10 p.m. on Sundays. Those
hours, the foresighted Tauke claims, would put a severe crimp on year-
end celebrating. After all, "We're pretty well known for New Year's Eve
partying in Dubuque," said Tauke. "We don't want everybody to go over
to East Dubuque, Ill." But, those same merrymakers may have to trek
over to Illinois again someday because Tauke's bill only excludes this
year's New Year's Eve from the present Sunday liquor laws. It wouldn't
extend to future New Year's Eves having the dubious distinction of falling
on Sunday in Iowa. ,
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On the outside .. .
On a clear day, on a clear day, you can see forever and ever and ever
more. With that in mind, note today's weather prognosis: crystal clear
skies, perhaps a stray cloud or two, and a mild 23° during daylight hours
before the evening ushers in a low of 100. Monday brings expectations
of snow showers and a high of 250.

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