THE MICH IGAN DA ILY
Tuesday, July 27, 1971
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Mike NidhosJack Nicholson,
Ann-Margret and Jules Feiffer.
I was sorry to see
'CARNAL KNOWLEDGE' end."
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TUESDAY, JULY 7
Audio-Visual Films: Kittyhowk to
Parts: The Heroic Years. IMaximie
LaseLight. What is a Computer?"
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Mchigan Repertory: University Play-
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ctel',aoba Theatre, 8 p~m
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MOST CONTROVERSIAL FILMI
U' Cellar decides on
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argued, books that people want
to buy, regardless of content,
should be displayed in the store.
Landscape Architecture Prof.
Vern Terpstra noted that t h e
board had nothing to do with
the banning of "sexist" publica-
tions from the shelves. A Cel-
lar employe explained that
many store employes had ob-
jected strenuously to the sell-
ing of "The Sensuous Woman"
and a poster of Racquel Welch,
so those items were 1o longer
However, Bulkley pointed out
that what is sexist to one per-
son may not be sexist to ano-
ther. It is therefore an arbi-
trary decision for Cellar e m -
ployes to make.
A letter to the committee
from philosophy Prof. Carl Co-
hen, Chairman of the local
branch of the American Civil
Liberties Union, urged the com-
mittee "to impose no restric-
tion whatever on books or per-
iodicals to be stocked or order-
ed, on the ground of a moral or
political judgment, by you or
Acting Board Secretary Bruce.
Wilson and Book Department
Manager David Rock comment-
ed that student input into de-
cisions affecting the Cellar had
been negligible up until this
The Cellar controversy be -
gan over the decision to t ak e
Abbie Hoffman's "Steal T h i s
Book" off the store's shelves.
The decision was first made by
Bulkley, who said that the sec-
tion of the book which instruct-
ed the reader on how to use
firearms was not in keeping
with the board's policy of not
promoting such books.
Later, it was discovered that
"The Anarchist Cookbook" and
an issue of the Black Students
Union magazine, "Burning
Spear," had been banned on the
Back to work
for W. Union
WASHINGTON (A' - West-
ern Union employes announced
agreement on a new contract
Monday night to end a nation-
wide strike that began June 1.
B. L. Hageman, president of
the United Telegraph Workers,
said pickets would be removed
by last night and 17,000 em-
ployes would begin r-turning to
theirj obs at 12:01 a.m. tomor-
The new two-year contract
provides a 16-per-cent general
wage increase effective tomor-
row and a 9-per-cent hike next
year, Hageman said.
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