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Tuesday, June 6, 1972

Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

HOW THE BIRDS AND
FLOWERS AFFECT THE
BICYCLE TRADE
An instructive message. Man,
when those trees start to grow
up, our shops get FULL. Scenes
of s t r ugg le and confusion
abound. So come in NOW, for
Roleighs and other fine new
bikes, for parts, accessories,
service, and repair And shoes.
1027 Davis, Evanston 864-7760
1932 N. Clark, Chicago
WH 4-3800
711 N. Grant, Denver 266-1857
Free Delivery on
All Bicycles over $175,
Parts over $20

Nixon sends Connally on month Court rejects
long worldwide economics trip suit to block

KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. (I1) -
President Nixon is sending out-
going Treasury Secretary J o h n
Connally on a 15-nation, month-
long tour beginning today to
discuss international economic
matters and "any subject which
his hosts wish to raise," t h e
White House announced yester-
day.
Connally, however, will not go
to North Vietnam to negotiate
for the release of prisoners of
war as was suggested by Sen.
Hubert Humphrey in the.-Demo-
cratic presidential candidates'
debate last Sunday in California.
He will travel to South Amer-
ica, the Far East, South Asia
and Europe.
Details of the trip are not firm,
said Ronald Ziegler, presidential
press secretary, but Connally
will go first to Venezuela a n d

then to Colombia, Brazil, Argen-
tina, Bolivia and Peru between
June 6 and June 14 on the first
leg of his journey.
Ziegler declined to give t he
names of the other countries on
the itinerary but said it could
be expected that Connally would
go to India and Pakistan and
he would not rule out South
Vietnam nor Bangladesh.
He said flatly that Connally
would not travel to Africa, cit-
ing recent visits by Mrs. Nixon
and Secretary of State William
Rogers.
Ziegler said Connally, travel-
ing as a special representative
of the President, will "meet
with chiefs of state and heads
of government in various n a -.
tions for discussion on matters
of common concern, with em-
phasis on current international

economic issues."
He also said Connally would
be in a position to- "respond to
and discuss developments in the
international field with refer-
ence to the President's recent
trip to Peking and Moscow."
Ziegler said Connally c o u 1 d
raise topics of discussion with
the leaders but declined to say
what they will be.
Connally, the Texas Demo-
crat who many believe us a y
become Nixon's choice of a rn-
ning mate later this year, was
summoned to the President's
Florida home yesterday for a
predeparture conference w i t h
Nixon and a briefing by Henry
Kissinger, Nixon's national se-
curity adviser.

Conspiracy
330 Maynard

-new program policy-
and JUNE schedule

Some recent financial reverses-particularly the forced cancellation of concerts-have brought us to a serious review of our
general programming policy, and steps toward redfining our definition of our role.
Despite our status as a recognized student-community organization, it seems we have always worked at the edge of the
"University community," as defined by the Administration, the Daily, SGC, etc. Certainly we have never enjoyed the -more or
less automatic support of a Cinema Guild, UAC-Daystar, etc. What support and success we have enjoyed have always come
following our own preferences, without camping or compromise.
So we have decided to follow that line of programming forthrightly: adult, "non-Hollywood (or at least current Hollywood),
thoughtful . . . AND sensual. And price our shows as low as possible, but responsibly. If only 200 people want to see a given
film, they should be able to see it, but they should pay, insofar as they can afford to, its costs: whether that is $1, $1.25, $1.50
or even $2.00.
Taking the freedom to price responsibly will, hopefully, enable us to serve you better. Can you dig it? . . . with free
cider, coffee, always?
____ ____ ___-June
-TONIGHT- Wednesday-and-Thursday Friday-and-Saturday
20th Century with X Communications MACBETH
Carole Lombard and and workshops THEATRE X from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
John Barrymore. $1 Midwest Experimental Theatre Project: 1
-8:00 p.m. each night $1.50 advance tickets-
7:30 & 9:30 $2.00
-g ' VIVA! in Agnes Varda's

Dial-a-ride
LANSING (t) - The city may
operate its "Dial-a-Ride" bus
transportation system despite
complaints by two taxicab com-
panies, the state Appeals Court
ruled today.
Veteran Cab Owners Associa-
tion, Inc., and Yellow Cab Co..
filed suit to stop the experimen-
tal mini-bus transit system,
claiming "Dial-a-Ride" denied
them due process and equal
protection of law. Taxicab li-
censes gave them those rights,
the plaintiffs claimed.
However, the court said that
taxicab licenses "are nothing
more than a privilege to do
what is prohibited without such
licenses."
The court ruled that the city
"has reasonable control of its
streets" And that taxicabs
"have no right to use the streets
without the consent of the city."
The suit was filed against
Ann Arbor, the Ann Arbor
Transportation Authority and
Ford Motor Co. in Washtenaw
County Circuit Court Aug. 26,
1971. The case was -appealed
last October when the lower
court upheld the city's right to
use the system.
"Dial-a-Ride" was begun last
Septembersin what city offic-
isis said was an effort to curb
traffic congestion and pollution.
Jromnelids From
'U' take Ist prze
Six plants raised at the Uni-
versity's Matthaei Botanical
Gardens have won prizes at the
W o r 1 d Bromeliad Conference
held June 3-4 at Houston, Tex.
Bromeliad is a genus of chief-
ly American tropical plants, in-
cluding the pineapple and many
ornamentals used in the home.
The six University winners -
one first place and five second
places - were collected in
southeastern Brazil by botany
Prof. Edward McWilliams and
grown at the Botanical Gardens
by gardener Rhobe Crots.
The gardens contain one of
the largest collections of brome-
liads in North America.
The plants were displayed by
McWilliams, who also presented
a paper on bromeliad ecology.
231 S. State
DaI 662-6264
Open 12:45 Shows
vat
STATE
7&9p.m.
POSITIVELY P L E A S E DO
NOT REVEAL THE IDENT-
ITY OF THE HIJACKER,
HE IS A GENUINE KILLER
HELD OVER
2ND HIT WEEK!

/ yAgnes Varda came to America from
Lio n s ,Lo ve France and made a short profile of the
Black Panther \Party and this feature,
with VIVA Superstar and Jim Rado and Gerome Ragni, who wrote HAIR. A
fiction-documentary, it is "about" the American Dream, including the assas-
sination of RFK; the attempt on Andy Warhol by Valerie Solanis, author of the
SCUM Manifesto; etc. Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday, June 13-15-7:30 &
9:30-$1.50

Friday-and-Saturday
June 16-17
Jim Jackson and his
Detroit Blues Band
-and-
Aging Children
8:00p m. $1.50
Ernest Hemingway's
The Killers
Burt Lancaster
Ava Gardner
Friday, June 23 $1
W.C. FIEL

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Tuesday
th ru

June
20-22

THE ROLLING STONES
7:30 GIMME SHELTE 9:30 $].50
Jeffersona Airplane Tino Turner The Hell's Angels
SnNevcrGiv a Sucker n Eou ok, Sordayony June 24
7:00,08:30,10:00 pm $1
Lou's MaI's Cc D -3, originI
documntar

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