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Page Twelve

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, May 24, 1972

Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, May 20, 1972

Digging craters, music,
and speeches on Diag

(Continued from Page 1)
Mayor Harris, John Sinclair,
Nancy Wechsler, Ken Cockerel,
and Hank Bryant.
The demonstration earlier at
the Regents' meeting consisted
of 20 people picketing the Ad-
ministration Bldg. Carrying signs
.and balloons symbolirzing
"mines," the demonstrators ex-
ploded the balloons and cried
out and screamed every time a
person entered the building.
Granted five minutes at the
end of the meeting, the protest-
ers demanded that the Regents:
-End classified research;
-Remove ROTC from campus;
-Provide freehouses for those
traveling to the anti-war demon-

spond, John Fitts, from People
Against the Air War, declared
"The blood of the people of
Vietnam is on your hands."
At the same time, four youths
entered the lobby of the Admin-
istration Bldg. and emptied three
wastebaskets filled with tomato
juice and pig liver on the brick
floor and fled.
The Regents and others at-
tending the meeting left by a
rear exit while the lobby was
cleaned.
Speakers at the rally urged
people to attend the anti-war
actions at Washington this week-
end. Demonsrations are planned
through Monday.

'U' women
form group
(Continued from Page 3)
mobility, nepotism, childcare,
and social pressures.
The third workshop, to be
held in mid-September, is titled
"Finding a job and getting your-
self hired" and will include sub-
sessions on interview techniques
as well as current practices and
their relation to sek-discrimina-
tion.
Current membership of the
group includes staff and stu-
dents from such departments as
zoology, nuclear engineering, as-
tronomy, medicine and nursing.
TV & Stereo Rentals
$10.00 per month
NO DEPOSIT
FREE DELIVERY, PICK UP
AND SERVICE
CALL:
NEJAC TV RENTALS
662-5671

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strations in Washington this
weekend; and
-Declare their opposition to BILLIARDS
all U.S. involvement in Indo-
china and their support for "the BOWLING
incipient victory of the people FOOSBALL
of ietnam" I
When the Regents did not re- PING PONG
HEW Sec'y. UNION
draws protest

(Continued from Page 1)
sex discrimination in employ-
ment practices in fall 1970.
As a result of the investiga-
tion and HEW's subsequent
threat to withhold some federal
contracts, the University devel-
oped goals and timetables for
increased hiring of women.
HEW has never officially ap-
proved these goals.
Richardson did not discuss
the HEW actions in relationship
tg the University in his speech
to 200 Republicans. He focused
on praising Esch's achieve-
ments and supporting the poli-
cies of President Nixon.
Richardson indicated that he
didn't have time to talk to the
press about local issues.
DAILY
OFFICIAL BULLETIN
SATURDAY, MAY 20
Track: Michigan vs. Purdue, Var-
sity Tragis, 1 p.m.
srya-fre minute guided tours of
Computing Center again being offer-
ed each Sunday, 8 p.m. through June
28; groups who wish to arrange tours
at special times should call Mrs. Grace
Preston, 764-2121.
SUNDAY, MAY 21
TV Center Film: "Worlds og Abra-
ham Kaplan: Women," WWJ-TV, Chan-
nel 4. noon.
MONDAY, MAY 22
Carillon Concert: Hudson Lodd, Uni-
versity crillonrur, Hrton Memoria1
Tower, 7pm.
Speed Reading
ALMOST INSTANT RESULTS
Douhle pour speed, some com-
prehension, in three lessons or
your $15 back.
CALL
MICHAEL THORYN
761-6683
experienced, independent
instructor
TONIGHT
David
Copperfield
Dir. by George Cukor
(1934)
Starring W.C. FIELDS and
FREDDY BARTHOLOMEW, in a
grand odoptation of Dictens
novel.
7 & 9:05 p.m. 75c
A & D Auditorium
(on Monroe between
Toppan and Haven)

Introducing the Hostel Plan
for students who fly American.

Go European without leaving
the country. Fly with us. And stay
with us too. For only $4 to $8 a night.
In student kinds of places. At student
kinds of prices. With your kind of
people: students. The kids in Europe
have been doing it for years.
Now you can do it here on the
American Airlines Hostel Plan. For
students who fly (naturally) American
Airlines. If you're headed to any of
our six biggest east and west coast
cities, you'll find clean, conveniently
located spots to hang your hat. At a
cost that won't hang you up.
The fun is that you'll find them at
some of the largest universities in
America. In Boston, Washington,
D.C., San Francisco, Los Angeles,

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You'll getfreshlinens when you
check in. A comfortable double
room. And, depending on the school,
air conditioning, pools, tennis courts,
lounges. Movies, concerts, theater,
whatever's happening on campus.
To help you get around, we'll fly
your bike whenever you fly for just
$7. Or tell you where to rent a Ford
Pinto for only $5 a day, 5 a mile (if
you're over 21).
This summer, get a Youth Fare
card if you're under 22 and fly for less
with American Airlines. To go all the
way and stay for less too, call an
American Airlines reservations
office. And ask about the universities
on the Hostel Plan.

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