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Friday, March 19, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Poge Sever

Friday, March 19, 1976 THE MICHiGAN DAILY Page Sever

MSA
heard

plans, goals

eSnuff' displays blood, gore

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(Continued from Page 1)
IN THE film's closing scenes,
after the playboy director has
s been done in by the cult, the
actress falls prey to them. She
is cut up bit by bit as human

faded, and a cigarette butt is
ground delicately into the fab-I
ric. The plush chairs seem out
of place with the imitation red-
marble pillars and Aztec carv-
ings, and appear plucked from

(Continued from Page 1) method of appeal has been elim- The Committee on Environ- sacrifce. During one sequence, a dterent era.
When completed, MSA will inated by taking away CSJ (Cen- mental Resources, Planning, her hand is sheared off with an "WE'VE ONLY had t h r e e
consist of 35 members: 17 ap- tral Student Judiciary). CSJ was and Design, headed by former electric saw. For Snuff's fin- X-rated films here in the last
pointed by school and college dissolved earlier in the term, Vice President for Research ale, Sah-tan, the cults leadertheater's
governments and 18 elected at- for what MSA Executive Vice Geoffrey Norman, has recom- i holds aloft her intestines, which five, y e -aird th -teaer
large. Membership presently President David Mitchell said mended the establishment of a have been removed without suve, "hit-harethe other
stands at 28, because some was illegal interference in the Council for Environmental Pro- benefit of anesthesia. proudly. "Of coursed the oer
schools and colleges have not Assembly's operations. Mitchell grams, which would coordinate It is an odd sort of irony that but this is one for violence."
appointed representatives and says that a new CSJ will be ap- the "scattered environmental this film's Detroit premiere "If one or two scenes were
some at-large seats still remain pointed by April 1. offerings on campus," accord- should take place in the Fox cut," he added later, "the film
vacant. There are also 10 of-! ing to Rhodes, and would be Theater. Built in 1928 by Wil- could have had an R-rating. I
ficers, elected by the Assembly, JIM HUDLER, a student, responsible for developing an ham Fox (one of a national haven't seen the whole thing,
that comprise asteering com- scored MSA for failing to press courses" on environmental sub- chamin), it was an opulent plea- Just a scene or two, but it
mittee. !an investigation into an alleged courstsRhodensairone nasub- sure palace for the screening seems to be nothing."
MSA also presented the Board embezzlement of funds by for- jects. Rhodes said he will name of Hollywood's best, in the days Snuff, following in the foot-
with its "program," listing what mer SGC Presidents Bill Jacobs aien Dvs ascem vic when the first-run films open- steps of such films as the works
they believe to be the major and Lee Gill. Hudler pointed to president for academic affairs, ed only downtown, and people of John Waters, or the long-
issues and concerns of students past reorganizations of student to chair the council. still dressed up to go to the flourishing S&M film cult (re-
on this campus. The major com- government, and said MSA was NANCY GUIDES movies. cently gone above ground with
ponents of the programs are: "a change in name only." FAMILY LEADERS The lobby's elegance has dim- The Story of 0), departs from
-More student input into deci- In other action yesterday, the med somewhat since t h e these predecessors in one
sions regarding tuition, housing Board received the Administra- ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. W) Twenties. The rich carpet is arena: Snuff takes itself ser-
rates and curriculum; tion's final recommendations on - During 1975, six of the eight - - - - -
-More candor from the Uni- two reports, one proposing cer- children of U.S. Sen. and Mrs.
versity in the area of budget tain changes in the structure of Pete V. Domenici of New Mexi-
priorities and implementation; the Rackham graduate school, co were either elected class
and and the other calling for the presidents or student body
. -A more potent affirmative formation of a body to coordi- presidents at the schools they jjf3J 110BOY
action program. nate all environmentally related attend in Rockville, Md.
educational activities. The couple's 17 - year - old BlPe graSS Music
MSA member Amy Berlin said Vice President for Academic daughter, Lisa, also was elect- at the
that their plan holds "great po- Affairs Frank Rhodes told the ed 1975 Homecoming queen by
tential for speaking to student Board that there was "a large fellow students at Woodwardl
issues," but emphasized the needmeasure of general agreement" High School in Rockville, wherer
for a stable funding base to about the findings of the Ackley the family makes its home.
follow through on it. MSA's Committee on The Role of the The senator started his public Every Fri. & Sat.--10:00 p.m.
mandatory funding system will Rackham Graduate School career b winning election as
be at issue during the campus which Rhodes said "should be class president at St. Marys
elections held April 6-8. worth eight hours of credit" for Mih .nin n r .,

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iously.
These other movies are half
realistic, and half-camp. In
Waters' case, camp prevails.
But Snuff, patterned at least
partially after Charles M a n-
son's violent lifestyle, is a
sick movie, whether the murder
is real or not.
The 1976 USGA Women's
Open golf tournament will be,
played at the Rolling Green'
Golf Club in Springfield, Pa.

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MASS MEETING
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Appointments now being made for private audi-
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CAST OF 40-all ages, inc. 9 major roles,
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Musical Director-DILL MURRELL
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Berlin and the others were those able to understand it..
making a concerted effort yes-
terday to put at least a little RHODES said that a simpli-
distance between MSA, and the fied fee structure was being de-
ineffective scandal-ridden image vised, but he was doubtful it
of its predecessor, Student Gov- would be ready for the fall term,,
ernment Council (SGC). She something which Regents Powerc
said the body's soiled reputation and Thomas Roach (D-Grosse
"makes it difficult to establish Pointe) found difficult to under-t
credibility with faculty, students stand.1

ngn acnoo in iuquerque, ns
home.
"My wife, Nancy, has done
an absolutely magnificent job
with them," the senator said
recently about the couple's chil-
dren.
"Most of my political success
has been due to Nancy and my
children are benefitting from
the same kind of aid," he said.
Dr. Paul C. Uslan
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and admiikLia i, LutLquasi- Power said "there is a quar-f
fied her remarks by pointing out ter of a year before the new
that "previous SGC's did a lot budget, and I hove that some
of serious work." necessary time will be given to
Regent Sarah Power (D-Ann this point."
Arbor) lauded MSA's efforts, Rhodes differed substantially
telling the Board that they "de- with the committee's report in
serve a lot of credit for what is only one area, maintaining that
obviously a lot of work over a approval of new graduate pro-
long period of time.'" grams and revision of existing
ones should remain with the
BUT NOT everyone was en- Executive Board of Rackham.
chanted with MSA's new blue- The committee, c h a i r e d by
print. Later in the meeting, Economics Prof. Gardner Ack-
during .the Board's public com- ley, recommended t h a t the:
ments session, several students, Board be an advisory body
some associated with SGC, only.
voiced serious doubts about the
Assembly's legitimacy
Greg Higby, an MSA mem- UNIVERSITY
ber, took issue with Berlin'splea UNERS
for retention of mandatory fund-DANCERS
ng, saying that "all you're IN POWER
really-doing (by making funding C NE
voluntary) is taking away their
playground money." H i g b y
thinks that MSA could maintain
its basic operations with volun-
tary funding.
Higby added that "our usual

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