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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY-January 22
12-1 p.m.-SCHORLING AUD., School of Educationj
"HIGHER EDUCATION and the AMERICAN DREAM:
The Equal Opportunity Myth"
4-5 p.m.-GUILD HOUSE, 802 Monroe

Council calls hearing,
on public pet control

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"MA RX ISM and RA DICA L R E LIGION--Towa rd
a Revolutionary Humanism"
JOHN C. RAINES

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By RICK SOBLE
City Council last night called for a public hearing on ordi-
nances proposed by the Mayor's Committee on Pet Control which
would require dog owners to keep their pets leashed, to have
them innoculated and to insure that they don't defecate on
public property.
{uThe proposed leash laws aim at tightening up the existing
municipal requirement that dog owners maintain "reasonable
control" over their pets.
"THE proposed amendments would make the control stan-
dard unequivocal; owners would have to keep their dogs on a
leash," according to David Seigle, Director of the committee.
Dogs found roaming free would be impounded and their
owners assessed a $25 handling charge.
Seigle pointed out that more stringent animal control would
cut down on damage to persons and property caused by loose
dogs and also reduce "the rate of propagation" among the ani-
mals.
Councilwoman Kathy Kozachenko (SiIRP-Second Ward) ob-
jected to the leash law, calling it unnecessary.
The amendments also stipulate that all dog owners be re-
sponsible for the discharge of their dogs' feces on public or
private property within the city.

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Ann Arbor MAY FESTIVAL, 1976
April 28, 29,30, and May 1
Four concerts in Hill Auditorium
THE PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA / EUGENE ORMANDY
AARON COPLAND, Guest Conductor
THE FESTIVAL CHORUS

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Tuesday, January 20, 1976
Carter takes lead CIA to
in Iowa cauc ussterview
c (continued tn Page 2) :IOWA REPUBLICANS tradi-t
cincts, the-Republican State tionally have sent loyal party
Central Committee reported a workers to the, precinct cau- Continued f-om Page 1)
tie vote of 140 each for President cuses and only the voting in 62 through her office.
Ford and former California selected GOP precincts was to "We would have no way of
Goy, Ronald Reagan, with- 38 un-! be tabulated last night. knowing. Those who apply deal
committed, two for Vice Presi- U n ti1tRepublicandelegates with the CIA directly," she
dent Nelson Rocekefeller and reach the county. convention said.
one for Iowa Gov. RobertrRay. level there will be no indication
of the Ford-Reagan sentiment, L A S T November, the CIA
THE COMMITTEE said that since delegates chosen at the scheduled interviews at CPP.
is more than half of the 62 Re- precinct level are all uncom- No explanation was given.
publican precincts it planned to mitted. O lndath agien.ywa
sa oh e Demeocrats in Iowa, however, scheduled to appear, more than
date won delegate commitment seek to send committed dele- 100 students protested against
date wnealeter com te ates to their county conven- the CIA and the National Secur-
in the early returns among the gtaoes.
six Democrats who campaigned. ity Agency at a Diag rally.
extensively in the state( the race "I think 22 per cent will win University President Robben
was regarded as a toss-up be- it," said Richard Sykes earlier, Fleming said last night he was
tween Carter and Bayh. Bayh's Iowa coordinator. Sykes not aware of any CIA inter-
Pennsylvania Gov. M i 1t o n said Bayh's goal is to finish a views.
Shapp and former North Caro- strong second."
lina Gov. Terry Sanford have Harris, the only candidate still Residents for the countryside
been in the state briefly, but the campaigning in Iowa yesterday, on the Caribbean island of Ar-
other announced Democrats - said he hoped to collect 5 or 6 ba often utilize "living clothes-
Alabama Gov. George Wallace, per cent of the precinct votes. lines" for hanging wash out to
Sen. Lloyd Bentsen of Texas and
Sen. Robert C. Byrd of West Sandard time zones were dry. Cactus fences which en-
Virginia - did not campaign created by U.S. and Canadian close property make a perfect
here. -railroads in 1883. rack for clothes.
OK likely for DNA study
(Continued from Page 1) some form of public consent," "IT IS A fallacy that a
capacity to inflict harm on so- i he told the assembly, which maniac could use this tech-
ciety?" he continued. "What later resolved to hold public nology," argued Helling. "Even
about the bug of a new genetic forums on the issue. if he were sane enough to use
sort who sneaks out the door Robert Helling, a professor of it, he presumably would be able
and inflicts harm on people?" cellular and molecular biology to use a known pathogen, like
LIVERMORE also raised the| who will have a central role in the bubonic plague."
very basic question of public Helling also disputed the con-
safety. I recombinant research, said yes- tention that all DNA experi-
"There is a question of wheth- terday that there were a lot of menis are dangerous. "The ma-
er the research might put the misconceptions among non-ex- jority of our DNA research is of
University at some degree of perts about the implications of more dangerous than any other
risk, and if so, should there be the research. (experimentation)."
- __ - - - - -- --- Helling said the NIH has ban-
ned certain bacteria from
g-netic research because of the
Get i on the ACTION potential for producing severe
diseases. Chu added that these
MAKE THE DIFFERENCE particular bacteria "should not
ON THE FOLLOWING COMMITTEES! be played with until more in-
formation is obtained."
STUDENT RELATIONS
RESEARCH POLICIES
BUDGET PRIORITIES fairs c
STATE RELATIONS S%
STUDENT INSURANCE .4
PERSONNEL INTERVIEWING BOARD
ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON RECREATIONS
INTRAMURALS, AND CLUB SPORTS
DIRECTOR OF STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
BOARD (SOB)
INTERVIEWS Will Be Held:
Dates: JANUARY 20, 21, 22 * Plus Others ha Include
3909 Michigan Union sadaylJanud wed5th mf10Of
Hill Auditorium
Drop by SGC Offices on the 3rd Floor-Michican Union .allTi kets/$ ,3
to sian up for an Interview a n
Coll eciedproceeds for schOorsbip fuvlding

ANDRE WATTS, Pianist

MARILYN HORNE, Soprano

In honor of our nation's 200th birthday, we proudly focus on American music and guest
artists. A new score by Leslie Bassett, specially commissioned for the bicentennial year, is
featured on opening night; Andre Watts performs two American works on Thursday

night; Aaron Copland, dean of American music, is on the podium Friday night;

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Marilyn Horne provides an exciting climax to the Festivalon Saturday night.
Wednesday, April 28 Friday, April 30
Eugene Ormandy, conducting Aaron Copland, conducting
The Festival Chorus
HAYDN: Symphony No. 31 ("Hornsignal") COPLAND: Fanfare for the Common Man.
BASSETT: "Echoes from an Invisible World" BARBER:"School for Scandal" Overture
IVES: Decoration Day
WEBER: Invitation to the Dance COPLAND Clarinet Concerto
COPLAND: Suite from "Billy the Kid" SCHUMANN: New Enaland Trytich
RAVEL: La Valse COPLAND: Suite from "The Tender Land"

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ECLIPSE JAZZ presents
LES McCANN
TOMORROW NIGHT Wed., Jan. 21 'with MIXED BAG
TWO SHOWS: 8:00 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. UNION BALLROOM
Tickets at Hill Aud., Discount Records, and Blind Piq
THOT PRODUCTIONS
DEADLINE: For the Second issue of THESEWEEKS arts magazine is Jan. 21, 1976.
ART. GRAPHICS, WRITING, PHOTOGRAPHY . , . For more information call 763-1107.
UAC MEDIATRICS presents
STRAW DOGS
starrina Dustin Hoffman and Susan Georqe. JAN. 23, 24
NATURAL SCIENCE AUD. Times: 7:30 p.m. and 9 -30 p.m. Price: $1.25
MUSKET announces
POSTER CONTEST for HELLO DOLLY. GRAND PRIZE $25.00
Poster desians must be in color and are due Monday, Ja'nuary 26, 1976. For more
information call 763-1107.
UAC CONCERTS.,
CAROLE KING CONCERTS
Jan. 26 and Jan. 27. You've still got a chance: TICKETS on sale
TODAY at UAC/Michigan Union Box Office. Noon thru 5:30 p.m
COMING Saturday,. FEBRUARY 7 to Hill Auditorium
Shawn Phillips and Steve Goodman
TICKETS $4.50 and $4.00, they go on sale TOMORROW, Wednesday,
January 21 at the UAC/Michigan Union Box Office.
THE COLLABORATIVE... UAC-Michigan Art
Classes.
Learn the basics in Batik, Drawina,.Ethnic Clothes, Jewelry. Leaded Glass, Macrome,
Painting, Photoqiraphy, Poetry, Sculpture, Soft Sculpture, or Weavinqi.
$20.00 for 8 classes, startina January 25 in the Michican Union. Call 764-3234
(Union Gallery) or 668-7884 (UAC Artists and Craftsmen Guild) for more infor-
motion
FUTURE WORLDS is BACK!!!!!
GEOGRAPHY 303; 3 CREDITS
Professors: Karen DeCrow, Rollo May, Jon Kozol, David Brower, Jerry O'Neill, Nicholas
Johnson, Dick Greaorv, Susan Brownmiller, Julian Bond.
Limited Enrollment; Few spaces still open.
JANUARY 27th
KAREN DeCROW
President of N.O.W. (National Orqonization of Woren) at
HILL AUDITORIUM, 3 p.m.-5 p.m., NO admission fee.

Thursday, April 29
Eugene Ormandy, conducting
Andre Watts, Pianist
SIBELIUS: Symphony No. 7 in C
MacDOWELL: Piano Concerto No. 2
STRAUSS: Symphony Fantasy from
"Die Frau ohne Schotten"
GERSHWIN: Rhapsody in Blue

Saturday, May 1
Eugene Ormandy, conducting
Marilyn Horne, soprano
BEETHOVEN: "Coriolonus" Overture
PERSICHETTI: Symphony No. 4'
RAVEL: "Sheherazade" Sonq Cycle
ROSSINI: "Mura felici" from
"La Donna del Laqo"
STRAUSS: "Rosenkavalier" Waltzes

Series ticket orders are now being accepted, at $38, $28, $20, $16, and $12
PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW TO ASSURE GOOD SEATING

UAC TICKET CENTRAL at Hill Auditorium
Tickets on sale; LES McCANN Jan. 21: FALL IN LOVE WITH GOD Jan. 25
nCn Monda, thru Fridav 1 1 -:00a m thru 5:30 nm For more information call 764-8350

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