The Michigan Daily-Friday, March 3, 1978-Pagg3
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Voter Registration Deadline
Folks, this is just about your last chance to register if you want to
vote in the upcoming April 3rd City Election. Of course, all those who
have previously voted in Ann Arbor are still on the rolls. If you haven't
signed up yet, March 6, which falls in the middle of Spring Break - is
the deadline for doing so. Before heading out today, sign up at the Fish-
bowLin Angell Hall, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., the Student Legal Aid office
on the fourth floor of the Michigan Union or City Hall, corner of Huron
and Fifth Avenue. The Ann Arbor Public Library, just west of campus
at the corner of East William and Fifth Ave., is open tonight and Mon-
day till 9 p.m., Saturday till 6 p.m. and Sunday till 5 p.m. for voter
registration. Use the power-register and vote!
Director gets riled"
Apparently, Health Service Director Robert Anderson was more
than a little perturbed by a recent Daily article which quoted several
students critical of patient care at the Health Services. A number of
students quoted in the article got personal letters from Dr. Anderson
about their statements. "I am sorry that you found it appropriate to
air your gruevances about care at the University Health Service
through the columns of The Michigan Daily and I hope that the
columnist somewhat distorted in contrast to your actual experience,"
he wrote one student. After presenting a detailed review of the student
patient's medical records, Anderson's letter concluded, "I can
therefore believe nothing other than that The Daily exaggerated some
statements which you may have made." Touchy, touchy.
The $150 understanding
What is the government coming to these days? While no one is ac-
cusing anyone of anything, it is interesting to note that the Literary
College Student Government (LSA-SG) is spending $150 to help further
the cause of legalized prostitution. LSA-SG this week allocated the
funds to pay an honorarium to a speaker from COYOTE, the national
organization of prostitutes.
John Denver headin' our way
All you fans of the Rocky Mountain golden boy, wire-rimmed,
guitar-toting, smiling optimist of the youth-oriented MOR sound - we
speak, of course, of John Denver himself - will be pleased to know
that Denver will appear in concert at Crisler Arena April 13. At 10 a.m.
Monday, March 13 (the day after Spring Break ends), tickets go on
sale at Crisler box office. A hefty $10, $7.50 or $5 is being asked.
... lighten up today as vacation week approaches. The Young
Socialist Alliance will have a literature table in the basement of the
Michigan Union from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.... Then at noon, Prof. Tom
Detwyler speaks at a Guild House luncheon on The University's Cor-
porate Connections . . . A little later, the film Greek Temple will be
shown, starting at 12:10 p.m., in the Schorling Auditorium, School of
Education, as part of the Museum without Walls series.. . At 1 p.m.,
the Mathematics Department will present a forum on Predicting at
Random in Room 3201 Angell Hall. . . Then at 3 p.m., The Inter-
national Arts Series of the International Center continues with a Nor-
wegian Cooking Demonstration by Inge Gustavson, Eva Hendricksen
and Hanne Ravnaa. . . At 3:45 p.m., Technical and Political Issues on
Nuclear Proliferation will be a topic of a seminar presented by 'U'
Political scientist Steven Meyer in Room 165, Crisler Center. Coffee is
served 15 minutes before the seminar. . . Into the evening hours, the
John Birch Society presents guest speaker Charles Smith, who will
address the subject of "The Phony Energy Crisis" at the Ypsilanti
Township Civic Center Meeting Room, 7200S. Huron River Drive, Yp-
silanti... Then you can round out your evening with a slightly dif-
ferent political perspective, by visiting the Ann Arbor Democratic
Party's Annual Winter Warming, which runs from 8:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.
at the Schwaben Hall on Ashley between Liberty and Washington
Streets. That's it.
On the outside...
Snow flurries will be falling this morning. Temperatures should
reach a high of about 26 and drop to a low of 190 tonight. Happy
Only trash remains
as students exit 'U'
By ANIDA ROSSMAN
By the end of the day today, waste-
baskets brimming with cups and candy
wrappers will be the only reminders of
the hordes of students who spent the
last few days before vacation under
piles of books at the UGLI and else-
With mid-terms as the only obstacle
to a week of skiing or sunning, many
'students found the studying difficult,
but were able to pull through by keep-
ing an eye on the future.
SOPHOMORE Sue Goldstone, who
had four exams between her and the
slopes of Colorado, said, "I'll be glad to
know that it's all over."
She's not the only one who's post-mid-
term plans include putting some dis-
tance between herself and Ann Arbor.
Boersma Travel agents said although
flights to cities such as New York and
Chicago drew numerous customers this
week, sunny Florida is still quite
popular. They also commented that
there has been a considerable increase
in trips to the West Coast.
It appears that the ski slopes of the
Rockies and a new discount fare are at-
tracting numerous Wolverine vaca-
tioners, according to Boersma.
For those who weren't so enthusiastic
about skiing, or about shelling out even
discounted air fares, the University's
vacation timing is providing the oppor-
tunity to visit friends at other schools.
One student, for example plans
trips to both the University of Wiscon-
sin and the University of Illinois. After
two mid-terms and three papers he said
he "looks forward to being at school
without any work."
Of course many others will use their
time to get an early jump on the sum-
mer job market, or simply to relax at
home. "I can't afford to do anything
thrilling," explained pre-dental student
Getting through these last few days
before vacation was more difficult for
some than for others. For Junior Dave
Bennett they were spent at a new
"home away from home" - the UGLI.
"The library closes at 2 p.m., so
that's when I leave. Actually even that
wouldn't stop me from staying, except
for the fact that I don't feel like getting
locked in - again," Bennett said.
Sophomore Dan White paused in his
studies earlier this week only long
enough to think of the upcoming vaca-
tion and to notice he hadn't eaten in
"I study here, socialize here and
sleep here," he sadly admitted. "I've
forgotten my roommate's name."
All that torture ends today, though, as
most head to somewhere, anywhere
else to recuperate.
Da"y lPoto by A
New Hampshire bound
A2 lawyer files or judgeship
Maxine Virtue, Ann Arbor attorney
and former assistant attorney general.
of Michigan, announced today that she
has filed as a candidate for probate
judge of Washtenaw County.
Judge Francis O'Brien, who now holds'
the position, is retiring at the end of 1978=
after 10 years on the bench. The voters
will select the new probate judge in the
November general election..
She has been a member of a private
law practice and has been a lecturer at
Virtue has also written several books
on judicial administration, family lawn
and the structure of children's services,
as well as numerous articles in legal
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Friday, March 3
WOMEN IN LOVE
(Ken Russell, 1970) 7 & 9:30-MLB 3
An encyclopedia of filmmaking technique and a masterful adaptation of the
D. H. Lawrence novel. Russell is restrained and brilliant in what is undoubtedly
his most consistent and intelligent film GLENDA JACKSON won an Academy
Award for Best Actress. "It is difficult to recall another film that so successfully
recreated the past with a depth that brings to life every album snapshot we have
seen of the time."-Judith Crist. ALAN BATES, OLIVER REED, JENNIE
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'U' STUDENT Todd Rich had skiing on his mind as he awaited a-bus in front
of the Michigan Union yesterday afternoon.
CINEMA II Angell Hall Aud. A
FRIDAY, MARCH 3
IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT
Director-FRANK CAPRA (1934)
The romantic encounter of a runaway heiress (CLAUDETTE COLBERT) and a
wandering journalist (CLARK GABLE) provides the plot of one of the most
popular films of the '30's. First and probably the best of the screwball
comedies, it won all the major Academy Awards. "He flies through the air
with the greatest of ease ...
7 h8 9 rp.m. Admission 1.50* (*Free to those who paid to see it last term and
were forced to leave the auditorium early)
SATURDAY, MARCH 4
CINEMA II Angell Hall Aud. A
TO HAVE AND TO HAVE NOT
Director-HOWARD HAWKS (1944)
BOGART, as the detached American expatriate Harry Morgan, is persuaded
to join the fight against.fascism in Vichy-controlled Martinique. Paired with
LAUREN BACALL in her screen debut, their scenes together achieve a rare
liberation from the conventional confines of acting. Superb supporting per.
formances by DAN SYMOUR as the grossly evil Captain Benard, and by
WALTER BRENNAN as Bogart's rummy sidekick, Eddie. Based on Heming-
way's novel "If you want me, just whistle."
78 9p.m. $1.50
TUESDAY: Bergman's THE SEVENTH SEAL
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Friday. March 3. 1978
Guild House: 50t soup and sandwich luncheon,
Prof. Tom Detwyler, "The University's Corporate
Connections," 802 Monroe, noon.
Recreational Sports: Advisory Committee on
Recreation, Intramurals and Club Sports meeting,
CCRB, conference room,3:30 p.m.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
volume LXXXVIII, No. 127
Friday, March 3, 1978
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