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Wednesday, July 26, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

WednesdaJuly 26. 972THEMICHIGADLYP

EMU THEATRE
SUMMER PRODUCTION
PRESENTS
the powerful drama
T lE ItE IRESS
JULY 27, 28, 29 AT 8:00 P.M.
IN THE AIR CONDITIONED
Qur NAuditorium
Reserved Seats at $2.00
Box Office Hours 12:45-4:30
Also 7:00-8:00 Performance Nights
FOR RESERVATION DIAL 487-1221

Shopping center proposal hit

tT~bV 175 AT
SASHABAW ROAD
and RY U&M present
SUNDAY, JULY 30 at 7 00 p.m.
COMMANDER CODY AND HIS
LOST PLANET AIRMEN
and SPECIAL GUEST-ERIC ANDERSON
ALL TICKETS $4.00, ADVANCE SALE ONLY, AT FISHER THEATRE, AND ALL 1. L.
HUDSON BOX OFFICES. NO TICKETS ON SALE AT PINE KNOB DAY OF PERFORMANCE
TICKETS CAN BE PURCHASED AT HUDSONSUNTIL 5pm SUNDAY
MONDAY, JULY 31 at 8:30 p.m.
HEAYORGAN
starring VIRGIL FOX
with PABLO LIGHTS
5,S 3 (reserved), $2.50 (unreserved lawn)

(Continued from Page S)
Although Colburn, the four Dem-
ocrats and the two HRP mem-
bers on council are expected to
vote for the rezoning, two more
votes must be garnered fron the
four remaining Republicans on
council.
Councilman Bruce Benner (R.-
4th Ward) is for rezoning only
if "both property owners and
residents are in favor of it."
He has indicated that he w ilt
vote against themeasure.
Councilman RichardHa~tlr
( R-6thWard) says that t- 1i
homeowners must have "had a
pretty decent idea" of swhsat
they were getting into when they
bought property near the cam-
mercially zoned land. Althosgh
he says that his decisions are
"never hard and fast," he has
also indicated that he will vote
against the, measure.
Councilman Lloyd Fairbanks
(R-5th Ward) says it would be
"unfair" to rezone the proper-
ty after it "has been zoned can-
mercial" for so long, and thnks
TREES

differences between the devel-
oper and residents are "reconcil-
iable." He too says he will vote
against the rezoning.
Councilman John McCormack
(R-5th Ward) is out of town and
unavailable for comment. How-
ever, it is reported that he will
attempt to disqualify himseif
from the vote due to a conflict oL

Social ideas checked

(Continued from Page 31
child should be able to bring a
black classmate home nearly
doubled (from 41 to 79 per
cent).
Those who said they would
"not be disturbed" if a black
family moved into their neigh-
borhood increased from 40 to
68 per cent.
Responses from black De-
troiters create a very different
picture of change in racial at-
titudes.
The proportion of blacks who
agreed that white Detroiters
wanted "a better break for
blacks" dropped from 47 to 37
per cent between 198 and 1971.
A larger decline appeared in
the number of those who agreed
that "a lot of progress has been
made in civil rights in the past

10 to 15 years (from 70 to 65
per cent)."
-Religion. The comparison
of four studies since 1953 show
a downward trend in the num-
ber of persons who attend
church weekly (from 53 to 35
per cent). The percentage of
those who say they believe in
God has dropped slightly, ac-
cording to Duncan.
-Raising children. A large
number of' parents under 35
agreed that children "should
not be taught what is right, but
to think for themselves", while
parents over 50 expressed the
opposite opinion (in 1956 and
1971 surveys). -
Nearly all respondents, how-
ever, agreed that their parents
were more authoritarian.

interest. A member of his law
firm has done work for the resi-
dents opposed to the shopping
center.
If council fails to approve the
rezoning ordinance, it will cve
to vote on whether or not the
developer's site plan conforms
adequately to the "Cl" regula-
tions.

oc': A funny movie

TUES., AUG. 1 thru SAT., AUG. 5 at 8:30 p.m.
NEIL DIAMOND
$7, $5 (reserved), $3.00 (unreserved lawn)

(Continued from Page 2)}
pared him to Orson Welles. Vin-
cent Canby, in his review of
Doc, inferred that the movie
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WEDsNESDAY, JULY 26
Womensomtmssion Berting' No::-
or Hath Loonsge, Michiga aisn t1
Audio-Visual Center Fitms: "Hard
Times in the Country" and others,
And. 4, MLBP, 7 p.m.
Do-nec Fmily Night: for faculty/
staff, IM Bldg., 7-10 p.m.
Musi School: Charles Veronda, clar-
inet doctoral, Sel. of Mus. Recital Hall,
8 piss.
University Players: Shakespeare's
Lace's Labour's Lost," Power Center,
8 pms.

was profound, making its com-
merat by ignoring so many im-
portant contemporary issues. (I
guess that makes Dirty Dingus
McGee a classic). One would-be
critic vying for my job, wrote
that Bogdanovich is the greatest
director to enter the movie scene
since John Ford'which would
take us hack to ahout 1917.
Then too, I guess I like Frank
Capra too much. When some-
one bills their movie as a screw-
ball comedy, they're claiming a
lot for their film. And I've got
to admit that watching all those
people rushinsg to the Michigan
while thinking how few people
show up at the Capra movies
the Guild presents bothers me.
It's kind of like admiring an
art student's copy of a famous
painting while refusing to see
the original.
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GENTLE JAZZ ROCK NIGHT
with LORIO * AUSTIN-MORO BAND-* CONNIE GRAHAM
* TONY, LINDA & THE TARTANS* BOB ANDERSON
PRIMO PEOPLE * JOEY VAN * and FRANK MORELLI
All tickets $4.00

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and the Fabulous Rhinestones
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