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Page SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, August 3,197 1

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, August 3, 1971

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At corner of
State & Liberty
DIAL 662-6264
OPEN 12:45 P.M.
Shows at
1, 3,5, 7, 9 P.M

MARCH ON CITY HALL
RIP protests scab labor at Buhr

By CIIRtIS PARKS
and ZACH SCIILLER
A group of 40 people led by
the Radical Independent Party
(RIP) marched to City Hall last
night to show their support for
the workers striking at Buhr
Machine Tool Co. and to pro-
test the decision of the city not
to invoke its anti-strike break-
ing law against Buhr manage-
ment.
The city's strikebreaking law
prohibits the hiring of outside
workers during a strike to con-
tinue the company's operation.
Union Chief Steward George
Judy and RIP C ordin a tor
Nancy Burghardt spoke to the
City Council and asked them to
use the law to prohibit the hir-
ing of scab labor by the Bendix
Corp., which owns the Buhr
plant.
Judy asked the Council to give
equal police protection to both
strikers and other non-union
employes of Buhr. He cited an
incident several days ago when
a Sanford Security guard hired
by the company was hit by a
rock and three police squad cars
rushed to the scene.
According to Judy, strikers
picketing the plant have been
pelted with rocks, and the police

have refused to offer any aid
whatsoever.
Burghardt t o l d the Council
that its policy of using the anti-
strikebreaking law only to pro-
hibit "roving bands" of scabs
from being employed by the

company, has not been put into
effect. She cited the refusal of
the city to enforce the law when
whole groups of t e l e p h o n e
supervisors came from Detroit
to man the switchobards as evi-
dence.

UA C seeks new irnage
(Continued from 2e 2) intended to involve only womnen.
offering the services to students Each organization had a sepa-
which it has offered in the past. rate programming committee.
The UAC office continues to The. Union-League M e r g e r
be the cheapest place on campus Agreement in 1965, however,
to have posters made. MUSKET marked the beginning of UAC,
(otherwise known as Michigan funding it with 50 cents per
Union Show Ko-Eds Too) will student per semester from stu-
continue flourishing u n d e r dent fees.
UAC's watchful eye, presenting In the past. this mnney has
a production of "Funny Girl" been spent on scs hfuncions as
this year. Homecoming, Michigras and the
At UAC's Art Print Loan in more popular, although less fi-
the Student Activities Bldg. stu- nancially successful, Ann Arbor
dents can rent copies of famous Blues Festival.
and not-so-famous masterpieces Because of the ctebts incurred
for a semester. Also in the works by the Blues Festival on two suc-
are plans for a permanent stu- cessive years, it was not re-
dent art gallery, in which stu- peated this year.
dents can display their art work Although UAC is anxious to
to prospective buyers. overturn their old image, they
UAC itself is an organization stress the need for student in-
which was born in 1965, result- put in order to accomplish their
ing from a regental decision to goal.
unite activities involving the "We're no longer a hidden
Michigan Union and the League. ivory tower thing. We want to
Bet out and reach the people,"
Before that tinse, Union ar- says Kaplan. "But we can't know
tivities were largely for men what people want until they ap-
only, and League programs were proach tts and get involved."

After the two presentations,
many of the demonstrators met
on the first floor of the City
Hall where they decided to
picket B e n d i x international
headquarters in Southfield.
Mich., tomorrow.
Negotiations between Bendix
and the strikers are set to re-
sume Thursday.
The marchers carried sigs
with such slogans as, "Bendo-
crats support scab workers" and
"Mayor Bob, they took my job"
as they walked from the Sta-
dent Activities Bldg. to City
Hall.
Daily Official, Bulletins
'TaD Av, as cats r
IDay (tilcu lar
Audio-visualFi ms: "Drugs. Drink-
ing and Driving. Trip to Nowhere, Se-
cret Loe of Sandra Blain," UGI
Multipurpose Rm, 7-9 p m.
Are,'MiebigaFilm Sacety a d
Eumenical Campus Center : via
Zapata," First Presbyterian Church,
1432 washtenaw, 7:30, 9:30 p. t
Michigan Repertory: University Play-
ers. "Ftve as the Blct art d Stid,",
letttssolnt Tteatre, 8 pt
FORElIGN VISITORS
The following person can be reach-
e<d through the Foreign Visitor Di.
Rms 22-24, Mich Union, phone 764-
Teevtsitn amt ta,ska, Zatta,
Ass. 1-6.

4

Tonite Only-All Seats $100

THE -BEATLES
., in
D9Y9 NiehT EASTMANCOLOR
RE RELEASi!0 THRU UNITED ARTISTS
TECHNICOLOR' United Artists
LAST TIME
TONIGHT!
COLORbyOesjxe ' United Artists LET BE-6:30

the ann arbor film cooperative presents
GARY COOPER and GRACE KELLY in FRED ZINNEMANN'S
HIGH N ON
with Thomas Mitchell, Lloyd Bridges, Henry Morgan, and Lon Chaney, Jr.
o Winner of Four Academy Awards: Best Actor (Gory Cooper), Best Musical Score,
Score, Best Song, and Best Film Editing.
* New York Film Critics' Award for Best Picture of the Year and B e s t Direction.
1952 ONE OF THE ALL-TIME GREAT "WESTERNS"
TONIGHT - August 3,- ONLY
Extra added attraction: ROAD-RUNNER CARTOON
auditorium a still only 75c
angell hall 7:00 9:30 p.m. children 35c
COMING SATURDAY-Michelangelo Antonioni's BLOW-UP

COOL COMFORT
C3PiP'TH Forvum
.m N8ATLSET

YELLOW SUB-8:40
HARD DAY-9:30
HELP-I 1:00

ARM Michigan Film Society

Ecumenical Campus Center

STARTS WEDNESDAY!
WAhat nesi-arsornin rxricsrxn ie ma rimpsc

7:30 TONIGHT ONLY 9:30
ELIA KAZAN'S Academy Award-winning
Viva .Ia pata
MARLON BRANDO
JEAN PETERS ANTHONY QUINN
script by John Steinbeck
*
"Marion Brando has taken many important roles, but
none so impressive and strangely eloquent as Emiliano
Zapata. Kazan achieves an authentic vision of Mexico
and invests his film with a sense of gathering destiny."
-Peter Cowie, Seventy Years of Cinema
$1 contribution free coffee
1st Presbyterian Church
1432 Washtenow Ave.
--off South University

Saturday
August7
Louis Molle's
The Lovers
Jeanne Moreau
"This beautiful, rare film
is the outstanding one to
see."
-Jean Gener, New Yorker
1st Baptist Church
502 E. Huron off State
--------------------
Tuesday
August 10
DOUBLE-BILL
The informer &
The Sea Wolf
coming in August
The Last Poets
in RIGHT ON!
' in color

4hL

"TAKES DEAD AIM!
A HARD-HITTING
TOUGH-MINDED FILM!"
-David Goldman, WCBS-TV
"POWERFUL! OFTEN
SHOCKING FILM!"
-Paul Zimmerman, Newsweek
"'FORTUNE AND MEN'S EYES'
IS NOT TO BE MISSED!",
-Jeff Lyons, WPIX-TV

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