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Friday, May 19, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, May 19, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

U.S. builds
up ships
in Tonkin
(Continued from Page 1)
city. Advancing behind hun-
dreds of bombs dropped by jets
from the Saratoga and from
U.S. B52s, the troops leapfrog-
ged up Highway 13 and met
little resistance.
President Nguyen Van Thieu
has ordered An Loc, a provincial
capital 60 miles north of Saigon,
which is now 85 per cent de-
stroyed, "held at all costs."
U.S. and South Vietnamese of-
ficers refused to predict how long
it could take government forces
to reach the defending garrison
of the city, battered by weeks
of Communist shelling and U.S.
bombing.
They said more fighting was
expected against "perhaps the
best damned infantry in the
world." The North Vietnamese
"don't have anything the Rus-
sians don't have," added an
American adviser, "and they're
standing up under a pounding I
don't think the Russians could
take."
In the central highlands, a
Communist rocket attack slam-
med into South Vietnamese ar-
tillery positions on the north
edge of Kontum.
There were rumors that anti-
Saigon forces would assault Kon-
tum today, the 82nd anniversary
of the birth of Ho Chi Minh, the
late North Vietnamese president.
Human beings can make
700n000different, meaningful
gestures through body move-
ments and facial expressions.
Hakodate, the chief seaport
on the northern Japanese is-
land of Hokkaido, was founded
in the 13th century.
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Law helps halt polluters Now
(Continued from Page 1) EPA cases on the basis of the Showing! Theatre Phone 6626264
study, 'only about 36 cases had evidence put before ther, rathr
been filed under the EPA. dis- than on the popularity of the r p
pelling fears that the courts issue in the community.
would be flooded with suits. According to Sax, delay in the
About two-thirds of to' cases trial process has not been a Sig-
involved air or water pollution. nificant problem due to toe
Game management, c )ndomin- courts' willingness to face ens ir-
ium development, Indian fishing onmental issues.
rights, pesticides, highways and "While still very young, le JOSEPH E LEVINE presents AN AVCO EMBA0Y5PK
electric transmission lines have EPA must already be deemed a
figured in other cases. notable success. This is the lirst M ICHAEN RADI
Of the 13 cases concluded at stage in the evolution of theR InMCHAELWINNERFi
the end of the study, eight were statute. I think cases will grow E
d p in magnitude and sophistication - -COMING IN MAY -
decided in favor of the plyaintiff. stecutsbcm oefa SYAKD
and five for the defendants. as the courts h type of case," COMING IN JUNE
"But the won-lost recird ftr says Sax. CLOCKWORKORANGE
environmental quality must niot
be confused with this statistic,"
Sax says. "It is a reassuring fact
that judges have been deciding
Bike eo-op FANTASY SPECIAL
sets up here Fri., May 19-THE WIZARD OF OZ
(Continued fromPage3) In rainbow color-Judy Garland, Bert Lahr
To join the Naked Wrench, Re-experience this favorite childhood flick!
bring 50 cents and your bike to
the basement workshop head-A 2 - lr d W ,In~n ' ~ T
quarters in the Student Activi- Sat., May 2 -Alf7red H itchcock's 39 ST
ties Bldg. Current member tool
use schedule is Wednesday and An early classic by the master of suspense
Friday evenings, and Monday
and Thursday, 11 to 3. Open Angell Hall And. A - 7 & 9 - Still
meetings are held on Tuesdays.
The co-op also plans to pub---
licize bike related activities like
rides, races and movies. Every
Wednesday, some members meet
informally on the Diag at 6 p.m.EG ELD
Land pedal six miles to Delhi FRE9E ANGE'D I
Park. AND ALL POLITICAL PRISONERS
Speed Reading STOP THE BOMBING - END THE
ALMOST INSTANT RESULTS
Double you rspeed, some com-
prehension, in three lessons or
your $15 back. WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, stand in solidarity with the demonstration in San Jose (
CALL County) on May 20th:
MICHAEL THORYN THIS DEMONSTRATION'S PURPOSES ARE:
761-6683 1) To demand freedom for Angela Davis and all political prisoners, and
experienced, independent 2) To help forge unity in the struggle against racism, war ond repression.
instractor
_______________________This demonstration, initiated hy the National United Committee to free A.

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only 75c
V's
WAR
Santa Clara
ngela Davis,

MAY, ANN ARBOR
PHOTOGRAPKHY WORKSHOP
"The Professional Approach"
This is a 5-WEEK WORKSHOP
':;' ;;;"""i (once a week from 1-4 P.M. or
from 7-10 P.M.) with a "pro-
fessional a p p roach" to the
market place. Will a picture
sell? What are the artistic and
technical requirements of today?
On this basis, you will learn by
~ ^ i > actualy doing it yourself . .
not reading about it. Students
take their pictures under con-
trolled studio lighting conditions,
develop their film in our labora-
tory, and evaluate, print and
enlarge their pictures under ex-
pert guidance.
Subjects of special student in-
terest include: composition, light
ing, muar alIs, spotting prints
equipment types and pushing
ASA. The student uses his own
camera. ALL OTHER MATE-
RIALS AND EQUIPMENT ARE
SUPPLIED.
Registration ends May 24, 1972
Weekday and evening classes for
Photo by the MAY WORKSHOP begin May
JIM BUSCHMANN 29, 1972.
Beginners $50 Advanced $60
$20 deposit required with registration
AN "OPEN HOUSE" FOR PERSPECTIVE
STUDENTS WILL BE HELD Wednesday,
May 17 and Monday, May 22 at 7:30 p.m.
Come to the "Open House" or write or call for further information:
Ann Arbor Photography Workshop
Sight and Sound Inc., School of Photography
7155 Jackson Road, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Telephone: (313) 665-3316

has been endorsed and is being actively supported by major people's organizations of the
Block, Chicano, and Asian communities of San Jose.
Furthermore, the National People's Coalition for Peace and Justice, Vietnam Veterans
Against the War, and Young Workers Liberation League have joined as sponsors of the dem-
onstration. Also, the Santa Clara County Labor Council recently called for the dropping of the
charges against Angela Davis.
Consequently, this demonstration adds a new and necessary dimension to the fight
for peace and justice.
It unites broad sectors of the people in this fight, and because it is being held in the
city where Angela is being tried, it will help to reveal the relationships between war, racism
and repression.
It comes at a time when the prosecution's case has been exposed as a blatant
frame-up:
At the time of the original indictment, the prosecution claimed that "evi-
dence" already available was sufficient to convict Angela. YET, the prose-
cutor has recently stated to the judge that if he cannot introduce as evidence
documents written by Angela over half a year after the indictment, then he
has no case.
Obviously, this means that the original case could have only been a frame-up
from the beginning. And the. latest moves by the prosecutor to change the
"theory" behind his case show that he knows the original frame-up has been
exposed and he is desperately looking for a way to rescue his unsalvageable
case.
The people must realize that the racism and anti-communism on which the prose-
cution in the Angela Davis case depends is the same racism and anti-communism which Nixon
has always promoted, and which he hopes will prevent us from fighting against his latest
desperate attempts to win an unjust "victory" against the undefeatable Vietnamese people.
WE URGE ALL READERS OF THIS STATEMENT TO:
I) Wire California prosecutor Albert Harris, and demand the charges against Angela
Davis be dropped.
2) Wire Nixon, Griffin and Esch, and demand an end to the war, and
3) Join the swelling tide of protests against war, racism and repression.
SIGNED (partial list),

Larry Hunter, Ann Arbor Com-
mittee to Free Angela Davis
David H. Houseman
Janet V. Jehson
Jo Anne Ceble
Sharon Rosen
Bonnie Ramirez
Warrington Sarker
Cecilia Trudeau, Ann Arbor Com-
mittee to Free Angela Davis
Arlene Griffin, People Against
the Air War
Brian Spears, People Against the
Air War
Alan Kaufman, Young Workers
Liberation League
Ron Alpern
Stephen Burghardt, Human
Rights Party
Sterling Ruffins
Wm. L. Harris
Terry L. Garner
Maria J. Mitchell
Cynthia Morris
Brian Fogarty
Sam Clark
Eileen Doran
Kathy Schaaf, Ann Arbor Com-
mittee to Free Angela Davis

Dolores J. Turner
James E. LaGoe
Irene E. Oliver, Human Rights
Party
Philip S. Carrol, Ann Arbor Co-
alition to End the War
Paul Teich, People Against the
Air War
William Yenner, People Against
the Air War
Nancy Burghardt
David Black, Human Rights
Party
John W. Finn
Carl Smith
Charlotte E. Martin, Council on
BlackConcerns
Miriam J. Hill, Council on
Black Concerns
Deborah S. Anthony, Special
Programs, Housing
Barbara Johnson, University
Housing
Melvia Miller, Council on Black
Concerns
TonyEdmondson, Councilon
Black Concerns
Regina Mason, Council on
Black Concerns

Georgia Williams
Sharon Wilson, University
Housing
Lee A. Gill, President, Council
on Black Concerns
Gretchen Wilson
Sonia Yaco
Walden Simper, Co-ordinator,
Michigan Marijuana Initiative
Sandra Buskirk, Ann Arbor Co-
alition to End the War
David Gordon, PCPJ Ann Arbor
Elliot Andelman, Lawyers Guild
Mike Reade, VVAW
Marcia Federbush
Joel Block, Chief Steward
AFSCME
Michael Shapiro, CPHA worker
Richard Goekel, UAW Local 735
Marnie Heyn, People Against the
Air War
Eric Jackson, Ypsi Film Series
Perry Bullard, Attorney
Katherine Shenkar
Jerry DeGrieck, Human Rights
Party
Harrison Bradley
Lynn Weiner

ORGANIZATIONS FOR IDENTIFICATION ONLY.
-------------------------------------...--------..
INITIATED BY ANN ARBOR COMMITTEE TO FREE ANGELA DAVIS.
MEETINGS EVERY TUESDAY, 3RD FLOOR S.A.B., 7:30 P.M.

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