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September 16, 1976 - Image 7

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rsday, September 16,1976 THE MILHIGAN )'AILY
Carter
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SContinued fromP age 1)
ompany, whose headquarter s
f .xare her e in Dearborn. And
though Carter vowed earlier yes-
terday to avoid the dispute, he
.> . .told the convention: "When a
strike is called, you back each
other up," and was greeted by
cheers:
> > p_..Carter made a passing ref-
erence to the opening of Ford's
campaign thirty miles west ofF
here in Ann Arbor. ."I'm glad
_'f to see his reluctant emergence
from the Rose Garden," he told
A'b 4 the crowd in reference to Ford's'
..recent policy of remainng in
Owl, s. Washington while Carter does
4 CARTER LATER recited a
'r < :,long litany of past Democratic.
.. v heroes, invoking them as pa-
A ,......... trons of his campaign. The
'mention of ranklin Roosevelt
{5nHarry Truman, Adlai Steven-
: son, John Kennedy and Lyndon
Johnson were met with bursts
___________4'\~'.of applause.

ruyge -)ven
its GOP BLUE GRASS MUSIC
OLD AMERICAN FIDDLE TUNES
Porn talk Friday, September 17th
12 NOON
The was one notable excep- ON THE DIAG
ton, however. When Carter re-
called the words "George Mc- IN FRONT OF THE GRAD LIBRARY
Govern," the silence in the hall in case of rain, behind the library
of laborites was palpable. Mc- n the covered area)
Govern's 1972 candidacy against sponsored by several campus ministries
Richard Nixon was bitterly op- --_-
posed by AFL-CIO president E
George Meany.
GeoreDeocaticNEEDED: 4 students with 20-20 vision (or cor-
The Democratic candidate re-
peated his now-familiar re- rected to 20-20) to participate in visual form
marks on the need to restore.
trust in government. "l owe detection experiments. One hour is required
the special interests nothing,":
he said. "I owe the people per day (some hour each day), Monday-Fri-
everything."
eeft te day, beginning Sept. 13 and ending Dec. 10.
!As he left the plush Dearborn
Hyatt-Regency, Carter was met1 You must be available all term. Pay; $2.50 per
by a group of 5o to 60 pickets.
protesting his stand against a hour. If youare interested,rcall Thelma at 764-
constitutional amendment pro 9398.
hibiting abortions.

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ORGANIZATIONAL
MEETING for
Franz Lehar's Operetta
"THE MERRY WIDOW"
Singers, Actors, Musicians,
Dancers Wanted
SUNDAY, SEPT. 19
7:30 p.m.
ART WORLDS
2131 S. Main, Ann Arbor
Call 665-6074 for Info.

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FIND A HOME

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ASS MEETING TONITE
irsday, Sept. 16-7:30 p.m.

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third floor, Michigan League

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ight to life advocates rally outside the Hyatt-Regency Hotel in Dearborn where Democratic presidential candidate Jimmy
arter spoke before the AFL-CIO last evening. Carter opposes abortion personally but has said he would not favor a con-
tiutional amendment banning such operations.

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THE COLLEGE OF LSA ANNOUNCES
THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL COURSES FOR THE FALL TERM
Res. Coll. 412-A Reconciliation of Man and Nature
(2 cr-7 weeks)

Sec. 001

(Disc)

TTh 11

Room 124 E. Quad

Sir E. Ashby

Sir Eric Ashby, distingushed British botanist and Fellow in the Royal Society and Royal Institute of
Chemists, holds the Walgreen Professorship in this College during this F a I I term. His seven-week
course, which will deal with political and ethical questions concerning the attitude of man and govern-
ments toward the environment is open to all LSA students.
Univ. Course 101-Introduction to the University (4cr)

Sec.
Sec.

001
002

(Disc)
(Lec)

MTh 4 4007 AH
T 2-4 MLB, Aud 4

Prof. Wm. Frankena
Prof. E. Abdel-Massih

STUDENT SELECTING SEC. 002 MUST ALSO E L E C T ONE OF THE
FOLLOWING DISCUSSION SECTIONS:

Sec. 003
Sec. 004
Sec. 005
Sec. 006

Disc. WF 1
Disc. MF 10
Disc. MW 3
Disc. WF 1

3540 FB
2450 MH
3020 FB
2046 FB

As a result of recommendations of the Commission on Graduation Requirements, the new Introduc-
tion to the University course is being initiated this Fall term to give students the opportunity to ex-
plore the values, aims, and means of liberal education with some special attention to the resources
and programs of the University of Michigan. Such a course may be useful to students developing per-
sonal educational goals and is open to freshmanand sophomores in LSA.

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SINGLE SALES BEGIN MON

PTP BOXOFFICE, MENDELSSOHN LOBBY

SPECIAL
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POWER
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the Professional Theatre Program

ATTRACTIONS

Nov. 9

Jan. 31

March 2, 3,4,5

April 18

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PAUL ELLIOTT
Entertainments Ltd. presents
FIRST NORTH AMERICAN TOUR

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A Distinguished Star in
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