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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, June 1, 1 972

Page Eight THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Thursday, June 1, 1972

Gus Hall speaks at 'U'

(Continued from Page 3)
Vietnam was still the major
impediment to agreements be-
tween the United States and
Communist countries, in Hall's
view, although the recent sum-
mit meetings with China and the
Soviet Union were "important
steps toward normalization of
relations."
Discussing the upcoming presi-
dential election, Hall said that
protest votes would play an im-
portant part in deciding its out-
come; although he cautioned that
"politicians will move to the left
to _get votes and move back to
the center and right after they
are elected."
He dismissed Sen's. Humphrey
and McGovern, as "fundament-
ally two candidates of monopoly
capital," although he called Mc-
Govern "the lesser of two evils."
Describing Gov. George Wal-
lace as a "racist, reactionary-
crocodile," Hall attributed his
primary successes to his skill in
exploiting issues as a dem0-
gogue andvatlarge Republican
cross-over vote.
As for his own platform. Hall
promised to "save the country
$100 billion the day I am elect-

ed, and spend it all the next
day."
To accomplish this, he plans to
cut defense spending out of the
budget entirely, and use t h e
money saved to build adequate
housing for everyone in the na-
tion.
He also proposed tax-free
status for any family earning
less than $15,000 a year, and free
medical care for everyone.
Hall pointed out that he was
runsing against three losers in
previous elections, Nixon, Wal-
lace and Humphrey, and ad ii-
ted that he might be a loser, too,
after this election.
Nevertheless, he feels t h a t
"a vote for the Communist par. ty
is the most meaningful protest
vote you can cast."
(3) In twelve and a half years,
Ellen, who is eleven now, will be ex-
acty halthe average of her parentis.
When Ellen was baen, her father
was 21. How old was her mother
then? How old will Mother be when
Ellen is twice as old as her father
is now? Answer; see next sat. Daily.
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Law system under study 2 .4
Open 12:45 Shows
(Continued from Page 3) effect education and, rehabili- -t
because they don't have guar- tation of inmates. STATE 5
anteed jobs or homes, Shore As the meeting started, 7& 9 p.m.
aid. She recommended half- Charles Thomas of the Black
way houses, saying that they Economic Development League
would provide the supportive denounced what he called the POSITIVELY P L E A S E DO
environment necessary for a "political" intentions of Dem- NOT REVEAL THE IDENT-
more gradual integration into ocratic, Republican and Human ITY OF THE HIJACKER,
society. Rights Party members. HE IS A GENUINE KILLER!
Sister Connie Smedinoff led
a panel discussion an the ape- Thomas warned the largely
cific problems that women en- white audience that blacks H ELD OVER
counter inthe course of arrest, would not vote for white party 2ND HIT WEEK!
imprisonment, a n d release candidates simply because they o
This was the most popular task had attended the meeting.
Force,
Other task forces included Cartwright, said that to her
pre-trial alternatives to deten- knowledge no one present was
tion and in-prison programs to running for office
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Courses for Graduate and Undergraduate Credit
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'EDGAR ALLAN POE'S
ultimate orgy of evil...
"Fellini's 'Toby D a m m i t' is
marvelous! A short movie but a
maior one! It has become a kind
of postscript to 'La Dolce Vita'!
An extravagance at visual de-
tail. A typical tantasmagoria, a
descent into a maelstrom of
gratesque settings, props and
faces!"
-Vincent Canby, N.Y. Times
"JANE F O N D A DOES HER
EROTIC THING IN THIGH-
HIGH BOOTS! THE FAMOUS
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GENEROUS D I S P L A Y! TER-
RENCE S T A M P IS BRIL-
LIANT!"
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