The Michigan Daily-Friday, December 2, 1977-Page 3
(tAU SEE *EW HAPPQ( CALLOMrDlY
Throw the hat in the ring
Some people keep their memories in their heads, but Captain Ohio
keeps his in his hat. Captain Ohio, along with several other Ohio State,
fans, decided to log up another memory by attending the Big Game a
couple of weeks back. But when Michigan fans were losing their heads
over the victory, Captain Ohio lost his hat-and he's going out of his
mind. Of more than sentimental value, the hat is also a stage prop for
Captain Ohio (Reggie Rose in real life) who says he performs at
several Ohio State functions. "The hat is my trademark," he says. "So
you know what is must mean to me to lose it." Among other things, the
hat is adorned with an ABC Wide World of Sports button given to him
by Jim Lampley after the 1976 UCLA-OSU Rose Bowl game, two
Bicentennial buttons from Disneyworld, an eagle from Busch Gardens
in California and a picture of himself at San Francisco's Fishermen's
Wharf. Hoping to find the hat, Rose wrote to President Fleming, who
passed the message to the University News Service, which passed the
message on to us. Rose is offering a $50.00 reward for the return of his
hat, no questions asked, and he'll even pay the postage. It could be
mailed to him at 1400 Shady Lane Road, c /o Sherwood Junior High
School, Columbus, Ohio 43227. And with a cheerio and a toodle-oo
(wanting instead to tip his hat), he signs off his letter with a hearty
if you haven't got much work to finish, sleep in late, and the day
starts about noon, with the Africa Film Series showing "Who's got a
right to Rhodesia?" in Room 443 Mason Hall ... or bring your own
lunch to hear Professor Hornback, dressed as Charles Dickens, read
"A Christmas Carol" in 2016 Frieze Buildig ... or at 12:10, the
Educational Media Free Film Series shows "Just Lather That's All"
and "That's My Name, Don't Wear It Out" in the Ed. School's
Schorling Auditorium.. . and, at 2 p.m., the Eclipse Jazz Public
Workshop will begin in the East Quad Residential College
Auditorium-but contact Eclipse first at 763-1107 ... also at 2-p.m.,
the Political Science Department will sponsor a Field Research
Workshop until 5 p.m. in 6050 ISR ... at 3 p.m. Professor Cho-Yee-To
will discuss "China's Preferential Treatment of her minorities in
Education" in the Fd School's Whitney Auditorium ... at 3:30 p.m.
Robert Paul Wolff will try to teach you "How to Read Das Kapital" in
the Amphitheater at Rackham ... and the History Graduate Student
Association will discuss "Minorities and Women and the History
Profession in the Faculty Lounge, 3rd floor of Haven Hall... the
Friends of the Ann Arbor Public Library will open a Book Sale for its
members at 5:30 p.m. at the Public Library, corner of William and
Fifth..,. then gather for a West African dinner, reservations only, at
the.Guild House, 802 Monroe ... followed by two openings of shows at
7 p.m. The first, a postal art show, is at the Ray Smith Gallery, 810
Brown Street, and the second is a Holiday Gift Show at the Ann Arbor
Art Association, Ashley Street. . . or lewt it all out at a folk dance,
held every Friday in the Centmal Campus Recreation Building Ac-
tivities Room, at 7 p.m... . at 7:30, there will be a meeting of
Overeaters Anonymous at the University Hospital, Room
W5643 ... closing the night at 8 p.m. with more dancing. Xanadu Co-
op Basement is the place for Square and Contra dancing; that's at 1811
-Tag-along i.e - > r}
It just wouldn't be the Christmas season without Galens. In fact, the
annual Galens Tag Days Drive veritably opens the season of giving.
Each year, for 50 years now, the 50 members of the Galens Honorary
Medical Society don bright red ponchos and tote matching red buckets
to strategic corners in ,town, asking passersby for donations.
Traditionally, all donations are given to the Mott Children's Hospital
within the University Medical Center. And this year, once again, the
volunteers will pass on every last cent you give them to the kids. The
money goes for workshops and classes, among other things. So what
better thing could there be to do with your nickels and dimes than
fork them over to the drive? Those cents can go a long way for the
kids, and tolling in the old Christmas bells.
On the outside.. ..
It's back to winter, after a brief respite. Sources say it will be mostly
cloudy today, with showers in the morning, to be followed by scattered
snow. With a high of 320 and a low of 220, it would be wise to bundle up
again on your way to class. For Saturday, look forward to cloudy skies
yielding about two inches of snow.
LANSING (UPI) - Fundamental-
ist ministers and busloads of their
hymn-singing followers rallied at the
Capitol yesterday, asking lawmakers
to enact anti-pornography laws to
stem a trend that some called as
menacing as narcotics.
ft was the first such expression of
mass concern since the Michigan
Supreme Court struck down all local
pornography laws earlier this fall
and said they . are pre-
and said they are pre-empted by
BUT THERE are no state statutes
to fill the void, and the demonstrat-
ors, mixing patriotic songs and
Christmas carols with their hymns,
demanded immediate action.
Several proposed anti-pornogra-
phy laws are pending, but the most
popular idea among ralliers was to
give local communities authority to
respond to smut in their own areas.
Michael Peck, pastor of the Spar-
lingsville Community Church near
Port Huron and a demonstration
organizer, said the - "show of
strength" rally was aimed at press-
ing lawmakers into action.
SMUT THAT now apparently can
proliferate unchecked by law, he
said, "is just as dangerous and detri-
mental as narcotics." He said the
Supreme Court "was in error" when
it overturned local pornography
Another speaker, the Rev. John
Woods of the General Association of
Regular Baptists, a group represent-,
ing some 200 Baptist churches in
Michigan, described pornography as
"moral garbage" and told a crowd of
about 300 mostly young people that it
"seems incredible to me that we are
so lax , in the area of morals."
Rep. Larry Burkhalter, (D-La-
peer), sponsor of legislation aimed at
ou.tlawing child pornography, told
the crowd their efforts were not
"We hear you," Burkhalter said.
"We understand what you are say-
The total output of spice from
California annually approaches 150
ilif1lion dried pounds of onion and garlic
products, paprika, chili peppers, chili
powder and more than a dozen herbs.
The state's output is valued at more
than $100 million.
HUNDREDS OF MICHIGANDERS flocked to Lansing yesterday. Protesting pornography, they met with Gov
William Miliken, who agreed that anti-pornography laws should be enacted to protect children.
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXvIII, No.70
Friday, December 2, 1977
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WUOM: Viewpoint Lecture, UAC sponsored 'lec-
tule series, interesting people speaking on political
subjects, I.. F. Stone discusses Carter Administra-
tion, disarmament, our cities, and human rights,
Guild House: Soup and Sandwich luncheon, 50t,
Jean King, delegate to Int'l Women's Year Conf., "A
Report on the Conference," 802 Monroe, noon.
Asian Studies/Ctr., SSEAS: Perla Makil, "Filip-
inos in the United States," Commons Room, Lane
Hall, 3 p.m.-
Musical Society: Handel's "Messiah," Hill Aud.,
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Will interview Weds., Dec. 7 from 9 to 5. Position in-
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Saginaw, (517) 799-8010 collect or the above number.
3200 SAB -Phone 763-4117
State of Michigan State Park Ranger positions are
now posted. Apps. must be received by the Civil Ser-
vice Dept. no later than Dec. 12. Details and apps.
Greenfield village/Henry Ford Museum. Informa-
tionon Guide Positions for the village and the muse-
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