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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, September 9; 1975

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ISRAELI DANCING
Tuesday, September 9
at 8 p.m.-Hillel Social Hall
Rikudei-Am at Hillel
1429 HILL ST.
663-3336

Timbuktu is a "for real" a
place - a trading center on the!a - r
Niger River in western Africa.
TIE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXVI, No. CRIS
Tuesday, September 9, 1975
is edited and managed by students (Continued from Page 1)
at the University of Michigan. News
phone 764-0562. Second classpostagc "WE KNEW it was going to
paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106. W NWi a on o
Published d a 11y Tuesday througn be difficult, but we didn't ex-
Sunday morning during the Univer pect it to be this bad," Morris
sity year at 420 Maynard Street, Anr
Arbor, Michigan 48104. Subscription said.
rates: $10 by carrier (campus area);
$11 ocal mail (Michigan and Ohio); Morris blamed the unexpected
$12 non-local mail (other states ana numbers of students at the ter-
foreign. .

rator calls New York teachers vote

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Wisaster.

overwhelmingly to strike

ANDY WARHOL
is coming to Ann Arbor to pay
obeisance to and personally meet
his fans and friends
SEPTEMBER 15
CALL
Centicore Bookshops
FOR D ETA ILS--663-1812

Summer session. published Tues-
day through Saturday morning.
Subscription rates: $5.50 by carrier
(campus area); $6.50 local maill
=Michigan and Ohio); $6.50 non-
local mail (other states and foreign).

minals on the following factors:
* Hundreds of graduate stu-
dents waited until September to
register;
* Thousands of students went
through drop-add before Friday,
the first day of class; and
* many students adjusted

7h ir shedules upon changes in NEW YORK (IP) - New York vote was being taken, the state
course offerings and class times. City's 65,000 teachers voted Assembly in Albany approved a
Morris asked that department- overwhelmingly last night to $2.3-billion package planned toI
al time changes made without strike the nation's largest pub- give New York a three-month
good reason be controlled in the lic school system when their breathing spell to ward off de-
future. contract expired at midnight. fault.
They cheered, applauded and The teacher's union had said
Morris urged that extra ter- gave a standing ovation to money was no longer the maint
minal operators be hired for United Federation of Teachers issue. Instead, the contract dis-
January registration. He also President Albert Shanker at a pute centered on class sizes and
said that decisions on drop-add tumultuous meeting in Madison other working conditions.
be made before the start of Square Garden as he called on Before the vote, Shanker said
them to walk off their jobs in a long strike was likely, adding
classes, the 1.1 million-pupil school sys- that it was "a very serious mat-
tem. Yesterday was the first! ter because once we go out, we!
The name of the state of Con- day of school in the city. will stay out."I
necticut originated from the In- THE BLOW hit the city as it. ALTHOUGH the voice vote by
struggled desperately to avert 25,000 in the Garden, with 10,000
dian Quinnehtukqut, meaning bankruptcy. While the strike more in the street and a nearby
''beside the long tidal river."

if 1
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auditorP'm, appeared unani-
mous, Shanker asked all union
members to file ballots on their
way out.
"We know the shape the city
is in," said Shanker as he called
for the strike. He said the Board
of Education has urged him to
agree' to an extension of the
contract until the city's financial
position became clearer.
"Bitt," he said, "this is not a
strike for money. Members of
the executive committee said
the contract had already been
violated by increasing class
sires, dismissals and cuts in the
rights we fought so hard to win.

TRAINING
WORKSHOP
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in the POWER CENTER for the performing arts

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MARTIAL ART OF SELF DEFENSE
DEMONSTRATION BY
TAKASHI KUSH IDA 7th don
Sponsored by Akido Association of the
University of Michigan
TUESDAY, SEPT. 9-4:30
IM Bldg.-Wrestling Room
CALL DAVE DANKOVIC FOR
FURTHER INFO: 769-1218
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non-resistance rather than strength. An attack is never
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attacker to be thrown by the force of his own attack.
In addition to throws. Aikido Qlso employs a number of
wrist techniaues. Although these techniques are extremely
painful and can drive an aaqressor to the around immedi-
ately, they' are not desianed to break bones or cause in-
iurv. For this reason, Aikido can be said to be a 'kind' form
of self-defense,
The word aikido means "methods, or way (do) for the
Coordination, or Harmony (all of Mental Energv, or Spirit
(ki) ." Aikido is then harmony of the mind and of the
bodv.
We need not struagle aaoinst an opponent's strength. If
we lead his mind, his body will follow. However, to lead an
opponent's mind the Aikidoist must be calm and relaxed
and in control of his own mind and body. One of the most
valuable aspects of Aikido is that it trains its students to
be relaxed and in harmony with themselves and with
others. dThese are things which can be carried into our
daily lives and can help us to be better and more effective

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Tuesday, September 9 7:30 pm. Phoenix support, only those pro-
Day calendar Astronomical Film Festival: Sky- jects rated "excellent" or t'very
Da : Alab-Space Station I; The Mystery of good" by Divisional Review Boards
WUminiserdu F-amh e. u- stonehenge, Aud. 3, MLB, 8 pm. are likely to be considered for
wait, on OPEC at NPR, 10 am. Pyilg,,AV Cr:Hmnfnig
C W r n oPhysiology films, Introduction to Priority will be given to: 1) new
Woen returnngtocam-Heart, Lungs, S. Lee. Hall, Med Sci faculty, particularly those who need
pus, brown bag lunch, Ctr., noon. II, 8-10 pm. funding to seek research support
Physics: G. W. Ford, "Spin Motion General Notices from outside agencies, 2) establish-
in Random Fields," 2038 Randall Att. Univ. Faculty Memvers: ed faculty who need assistance in
Lab, 4 pm. During Fall Term, Mich. Memor- opening a new area of research.
Computing Str.: Basic Use of Key- ial - Phoenix Project will make Applications from faculty who
chemilm)184E.: E n ahanp jmlimited unber of grants to sup- have previously received extensive
"An ica Inrdcin to igitCalnhn port research in peaceful uses of Phoenix support will be given low-
Anter duconptoigiLaglgCom- nuclear energy, including work in er priority.
pNate s a d Cuig7:30-9:30 nga ' social as well as physical and bio- Applications for grants should be
Na.Sci. Ad,73-:0pm.
Amer. Culture: MI 9ssoc. Railroad logical sciences. returned to Phoenix Project by Fri-
Since amount of available money day, October 3, 1975. Grants will be
'Passengers: "Further Progress in is small, requests for $3,000 or less made by December 1, 1975.
the Revival of Passenger Service in are considered appropriate. Grants Application blanks may be ob-
Michigan,"E.Lee.Rm.,Racham, may cover equipment, supplies, re- tained from office of Phoenix Pro-
search assistance, & field trips. The ject at Phoenix Memorial Labora-
Project will not pay salary of prin- tory on North Campus or by calling
DA CARE cipal investigator or publication ex- 764-6213.
G penses. William Kerr
CO}RNTREE CO-OP !Because of many requests for Director
AGES 21/z-5
CALL ORSON WELLES' 1948
LINDA FOSTER LADY FROM SHANGHAI
665-0606
One of Welles' best four films that resembles
* The Magnificent Amnbersons for its picturesque
photography but is closer to Citizen Kane and
Touch of Evil for its ominous mood. Four peo-
pie (including Rita Hayworth) sail from San
EA CHFrancisco on a yacht. The voyage ends in a
EA Hi roomful of mirrors.

WED - SUN OCTOBER 8-12
featuring
William Leach
Guest Artist1 n-Residence
Mr. Leach appeared as Cyrano de Bergerac in last seasonns
Guest Artist Series. He comes from the Asolo State Theatre
of Florida.
ARTHUR MILLER'S
WED - SAT FEBRUARY 11-14
Book by Ossie Davis
Philip Rose, and Peter Udell
Music by Gary Geld,
Lyrics by Peter Udell
Based on the play "Purlie Victorious" by Ossie Davis
FEATURING A GUEST ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE

WED - SUN NOVEMBER 26- 30
by W iiam Shakespeare
Pirected by
Nicholas Pennell
Guest Artis n-Resdence
Mr. Pennell returns to Ann
Arbhr after another eason
wthStratiores alTheae
of Canada He appeared a
Pericles last season.

PROJECT OUTRi

MASS MEETING
7:30 p.m.-Kill Auditorium
EXPERIMENTIAL LEARNING THROUGH
INVOLVEMENT IN COMMUNITY SERVICE

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Recidivism
007 Community Mental
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008 Community Switchboard
009 Consumer Action Center
010 Corntree Cooperative
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INFORMATION
f ull Season Subsriptions are on sale now. Individual shows go on sale Wednesday,
October 1, 1975.
Mail Orders are now being accepted.
PTP Subscription Office is located in lobby of Miendelssohn Theatre Bddng.
Hours after Labor [Day: Mon.-Fri., 10 a.m.-1 p.m., 2-5 p.m.
Mail Orders filled in order of receipt.
Subscriber's tickets for all plays will be mailed September 20 1971. If a stamped,
selt-addressed return envelope is not enclosed, tickets will be held for pick-up at
the icket Office.
We regret that no refunds can be mate. We will assist you in exchaingrmg Ii,
when possible. No tickets exchanged on days of performance,. No e hang.-.
possible until Single Sales begin.

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