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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, June 9, 1972

The Michgan Daliy, edited and man-Po neito er
COMING aged bystensa the University oi
M~lI~flh/~IlI1I- Class postage paid t Ann Arbor, Mich-le sl
Mightgan 48104. Published daly Tes-
Residential College day through Sunday morning Univer- LANSING (A)-Agru seek- If you have suggestions frftr oon eviies
_ caree, $11 by mai. ing legalization of marijuana parties, ms, fun and games - piease send tein te RearSCa Berstet,
Sumimer Players Summer Seoion published Tuesday pent everl hours in the Capi- c/ThDal,40MyrdS.byWneayahwekHpy ek.
throuh Saurday monng. Subcip- tol yesterday trying to get legis-
JUNE 14-17 tion rae: $5.50 by carrier (campus lators to sign petitions. Movies
Co-sonsoed bUAC area); $6.50 local msil (in Mich or
Cososrdby UC Oh); $7.50 non-local mal (oher saes They said they had the sign- Caus..Aif
and foreign). tures of five legislators. CapsArf
______ ___ __ --- ---- However, two denied signing. Michigan-One Is a Lonely Number
"If my name's on that Peti- State-Nicholas and AlexandraI
ion, itos a forgery," said Rep. Wayside-Slaughterhouse Fives
John Kelsey (D-Warren). Fox Village-Cabaret
Rep. Dae Kildee D-Flint) Fifth Forum-The Butterfly
t' g od oralso said he had not signed the Cinema II-Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (Fri. 7 & 9) ;
tsgo dfrpetition and had no plans t do PikpnSotSreta.7&9
your system. so. Kildee and Kelsey were list- ikp o ot tet(Sa.7 )
eas signers along with three Cinema Guild-Night of the Hunter (Fri. and Sat. (7
Detroit Democrts, Rep. Jackie & 9:05)
Sony Model 127 Stereo !e Vaughn III and Sens. Coleman
Cassette Dck -- "v Young and Jack Faxon.
$19.5wo. William Milliken declined Music
at a news conference to sign a The Ark-Leon Redone (Fri. and Sat., 8:30, $1.50)
- marijuana petition offered him.
SThe Michigan Marijuana In- Golden Falcon-Opus IV
" UtPER COPEĀ® itiative seeks the signature of Lums-RFD Boys
265,000 registered voters to place Pretzel Bell-Silver Wings (Sat.); Chuck Johnson (Sun.)
a constitutional amendment ol Bimbos-Gaslighters (Fri., Sat., Sun)
HII-FI BUYIS the ballot. The proosed amend- The Del Rio-Jazz and every Sunday
AnnAraorEae Lnsngmnt would permit the personal Odyssey-Black Ensemble (Fri., Sat.)
618 S. Main 7694700usofmrja. Mr. Flood's Party-Moto Boogie Band (Fri., Sat., Sun.)
Comprehensive Repair signatur es for theNovmberin Recorder Society Concert-Mo., 8 First Unitarian
SevceAaial sgatrs o heNvebrballot is July 10. Church
-_-__-__-__--__-_-_- - An Evening of Chamber Dance-Sun. 8, Hill Aud.
Barton Theater Pipe Organ Concert-Michigan Thea-I
SHOWS ter Sun., 9:30 am.
I ~ arillon lecture, Fri. MLB 4, 11 am; concert Mon.
OPEN I ~ - ATC Burton Tower, 7 pm
1 :45 .2 P1-IDAE 662-6264 I 5 p.m Open Air Music
1I1 AT CORNER OF STATE & LIBERTY STS. 8 P.M. Music n the Diag-recorded and live classical music
P 1 12-12 Sat.
LISTN T WPA RAIO SATIN AN FID OU HO TORock Concert-next to Huron High-the Up, Brat,
LISTN T WPA RAIO SATIN AN FID OU HO TOMoJo Boogie Band, Guardian Angel Sun. afternoon
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GLOW S W ITH A GRA DEURGraduate Outing Club-outside Rackhamn Hall, Sunday,
1:30MakepFm. rsMaktSu.1253
TO MATCH THE EVENTS THAT SHOOK THE WORLD! THE SPECTAC- ive Gauche party, Madelon Pound House 9-12 Fr. &
ULAR FILM OF THE YEAR! TOTALLY SATISFYING! That rare film Sat.4
that manages, on Its enormous canvas, to paint human portraits Charley's Aunt-Mendelssohn Theater, Fri and Sat 8 -
and toll of events of world-upheaval In terms of flesh-and-blood p m.
USA World Trampoline Team Final Trials, Sat., Criser
common experience! JUDIT CRIST, NC TV TODAY SHOW Arena, preliminaries at noon ($) ; finals 7:30
"A MANIFIENTL c(($1.50)
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STAGED FILM. IT HAS ' NOT TOO FAR
THE SAME KIND OF AC D M Highest Rating! ich- Toledo Museum of Art--Toulouse-Lautrec Exhibition
HITRCLSEPT in u iJ olas and Alexandra' is a (9-5 Tues-Sat., 1-5 Sunday and Mon.)
flf~~E stunning panorama of Milan Arts and Crafts-annual exhibit, Sun. 12-6,
BI TSDRZHIVI AGOStesageigeet Measure for Measure=(Quirk Aditorium, EMU (Ypsi-4
BU ITIN I ASU before, duigsagring and e after lantd), Fri. & Sat., 8 $2
ME WIH.T ANDRIEIl the 1911 debacle and the Ilene's-Old time music with the Sunnysiders, 7-11
DIEPTST A KERCNTIG love story of theTsar and Sat., bring instruments, join in. $1.00 cover. 4050 W.
GIESARASCINATINGN . saria! Nicholas and Jefferson, Ecorse.
PERMAN NCEOASHE "Alexandra are beautifully
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BEST OF THE BIG, BIG Best Costume Design ayston and Janet
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