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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, September 7, 1975

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Health fair offers free
medical, dental care

Anti-busing riots erupt in
Louisville; hundreds jailed

By DEBBIE OLIN and
MARY ANN WHIPPLE
Today is probably the only day
that Health care will be offered
for free in the Ann Arbor area.
A few hours spent at the
Health Fair at Mack Commun-
ity School between noon and
5:00 p.m. should not only help
you -find your medical problems
but also help solve them.
THE THIRD annual Health
Fair is jointly sponsored by the
Model Cities Program and the
Mack Community School on
Miller Street.
"The Health Fair is primar-
ily to let people know if they
do have a problem," said San-
dra Cavette, one of over 200
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local volunteers including a
large number of doctors and
nurses.
The services offered include
visual and hearing tests, im-
munizations, information and
general physicals. Booths and
volunteers are available to an-
swer any questions.
All services are free of
charge.
THIS YEAR'S fair is draw-
ing twice as many participants
than last year thanks to radio,
television and print media pub-
licity.
The volunteers urge all local
and University people to attend.
"Each individual is ratified
to have people come," said
Warren Whitworth of Model
Cities.
Dot Gole, an area worker,
commented "I think a lot of
the University of Michigan stu-
dents could use the services
and do not have the money."

Association also had a hand in"
sponsoring the health extrava-
ganza.
The University's Black Den-
tal and Medical Students Asso-
ciations, the University Hos-
pital and the Free People's
Clinic were also involved.

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a special booking and arraign-
ment center. Reporters at the
scene said they were arrested
as soon as they arrived at the
area where protesters planned
to assemble for a downtown
march.
Mayor Harvey Sloane an-
WCCoff
vocationa
(Continued from Page 1)
"'BESIDES it was totally un-
fair and a ripoff," adds Clif-
ford, "I went to every class but
the last one and because of that
they gave me an incomplete."
Though in the past two years
j of the program students have1
been able to register for WCC
classes during regular Univer-
sity registration, this year's
CRISP system makes that pro-
cedure impossible, according to
Dr. Ralph Banfield, director of
the enrichment program.
University students must
now apply and register at WCC
itself. However, registration fees
will again be waived.
Another difference in this
year's program is the discontin-
uation of University bus trans-
portation to and from the com-
munitycollege classes,because
of last year's lack of participa-
Ition.
HIDDEN AWAY in a far-flung
suburb of the city, just getting

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nounced early yesterday a city munity."
ban against demonstrations and He also said he wanted to re-
parades "until further notice." assure black parents that their
children would be protected
"WE CANNOT and will not from harm in riding school
allow this disruption and dis- buses.
order to continue," he said. "I School buses carrying black
want to be completely assured youngsters home from subur-
of the tranquility of this com-' ban Fairdale High School were
pelted with rocks and other
objects by white demonstrators
Thursday and Friday after-
fu l Inoons.
r e fLOCAL OFFICIALS, believ-
b ingthattdrinkingmay have
night, said they had obtained
to class has posed the greatest a pledge from the tavern opera-
mo tn tors association to voluntarily
problem of all to potential stu- close bars and other liquor es-
dents. tablishments at 6 p.m.
"I went twice and had to drop; Meanwhile, in Boston, Federal
out when the University discon- I Judge Arthur Garrity, who or-
tinued the bus service," ex- dered the cross-neighborhood
plains Janet Smarr, a voice ma- busing, banned gatherings of
jor who wanted to take typing. more than three people within
"I had to drop out -- it took 100 yards of school buildings
too long to get there on Dial-a- and banned access to the build-
Ride," commented one woman ings by unauthorized individ-
enrolled in an electronics class, uals.
' l A year ago, Boston shocked
the nation with an outburst of
racial hatred and riots protest-
ing the busing of some 18,000
if pupils across neighborhood lines
to achieve integration in the
city's public schools.
" you
INSIDE the schools, more
than 100 special school monitors
see will try to head off a repetition
of the racial fights and attacks
11among black and white students
news that took place last year.
The f e d e r a l governsmnt,
h appen which took a hands-off attitude
3"last year-and came in for
sharp criticism from black and
c ll city leaders-plans a much more
active roll this year. In addition
to marshals and FBI agents, the
76-DAILY U.S. Justice Department is
sending a team of civil rights
lawyers to Boston and the U.S.
Civil Rights Commission is
sending five observers.
President Ford, whose com-
ment last year that he did not
believe busing was a good solu-
tioh to school desegregation
earned him the scorn of civil
rights leaders, also has taken
a different tack this year.
IET At a campaign appearance in
GET neighboring Rhode Island last
month, he declared, "I willen-
fT E TIF force the law no question about
that. We will insure that any
court order is enforced."

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The University Activities Center (UAC) announces its annual
MASSEMEETING
to be held twice, Wednesday, September 10 and Thursday, September 11 at 7:00 p.m.
in the Pendleton Arts Information Center of the Michigan Union
(2nd floor, across from the pool hall)
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 763-1107. UAC OFFICE HOURS ARE MONDAY-FRIDAY 10 A.M.-5 P.M.
Following the brief mass meeting UAC committees will meet individually to further inform you about their activities. An active
interest, time and energy serve as the needed, skills for any of the UAC committees, which provide outlets for a diversity of in-
terests. Chairpersons have been selected to head the different committees. They are in the process of forming/enlarging their
committees to work on:
t FUTURE WORLDS-a lecture series which brings " MUSKET-has planned a fall production of Gadspell * ARTISTS AND CRAFTSMEN GUILD-sponsors six
famous speakers to campus to discuss the topic-the as well as another all-campus musical this winter. The art fairs during the year. With a membership of over
future of planet Earth; coordinated by UAC and the productions are entirely student-supervised. 600 artists and craftspeople, the rsuild was founded
Geography Department, the series is part of a larger with the object of advancing interest and participation
oroiect which includes a geography course, lecture series " ARS COMEDIA-makes its debut with a comedy play in the arts throughout the State of Michigan.
and conference festival, this winter.
" SPECIAL EVENTS-Lost year our Cartoon Extrova-
" CHILDREN'S THEATRE-Plans are underway for a anafauiatopltclcronsswsaseil
" WORLD SERIES-o lecture series topping the mntel-fall and a winter Children's Theatre production. Last anza featuring two political cartoonists was a special
Itofaiusfaul emer o cmpsyear's production "100 Aker Wood," the story of Win- event. This year Homecoming will be another. All other
lect of various faculty members on campus. nie the Pooh, played to sold-out audiences, new activities come under this heading.
" CONCERT COOP-brings big-name acts to the ! MINORITY AFFAIRS-a committee which seeks to 0 SPECIAL PROJECTS-People are needed to coordi-
U of M. Student participation in concert production in- provide viable actiivties for minority students around note inter-UAC projects.
cludes ushering, publicity and a voice in the selection campus.
of concert talent.
r TRAVEL-UAC/Travel sends students all over the * HOMECOMING-is a Special Events committee. We
world on international charter flights as well as pro- need manpower to create a successful homecoming
* THOT PRODUCTIONS-needs original material, sub- viding reduced fares for travel within the United States. weekend. Please call 763-1107 or come in and see us
scriptions, interest, time for These Weeks magazine-a at UAC, 2nd floor Michigan Union.
literarv magazine. The first issue of These Weeks will " MEDIATRICS-presents popular movies at the lowest
appear. in October. admission price on campus. Films are top guality and Teei ecmitebigfre hc si
in many cases, the latest releases circulating college 6 There is a new committee being formed which is i
campuses. need of a chairperson to head it:
! SOPH SHOW-The fall production of Soph Show is Mini-concerts--a new series of concerts to be held in
unique in its all-sophomore selection of cast and crews, 0 SHAKESPEARE CINEMA-is scheduled to show the the Union Ballroom. Again, participation is needed in
offering the development of skills in acting, directing, best film versions of Shakespearean works each Monday the areas of publicity. ushering and the selection of
producing, promotion and finance. night. talent.
UAC is in dire need of artists and photographers, a dark room is available. Please call 763-1107.
We need poster putter-uppers!! Compensation is offered in return. Call 763-1107.
UAC provides services: new! new! new! new! new! new! new! new! new! new!
! TICKETS for all UAC events can now be purchased " ATTENTION FRESHMEN!! Your Freshmen Records 0 1975-76 UAC CALENDARS are on sale at the Uni-
at UAs main ticket desk in the lobby of the Michigan have arrived. If you have purchased a copy you can versity Cellar Ulrich's bookstore and the UAC ticket (

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