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THE MICHIGAN DAIL '

Wednesday, August 1], 1971

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday. Auauat 11 1971

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TONIGHT ONLY !
John Osborne's
LOOK BACK
IN ANGE*R
(1959)
Richard Burton's finest dramatic role. "Why do I
have a hard time convincing people that they ought
to see LOOK BACK IN ANGER? Because the movie
viewers of this country are a bunch of stolidly self-
satisfied mummies - and it works either way,
natural or Egyptian."-PAULINE KAEL
Aud.A land9PM. 15c

Mar
the fi
wome
find t
Kurtz
that
wome
want
other.
One
CI
T
NOT
show

SELF-ED UATION
U women form CR groups
(Continued from Page 1) mentions looking forward to each Meanwhile, various women's
ny women are frightened meeting because of the people groups are continuing to meet in
irst time they come to a she meets. "We've even come to the Women's Movement office.
n's group. "They expect to depend on each other outside of The office offers desk space, du-
he stereotyped bra-burner," meetings - for both conversation plication equipment and will be
says, "but they soon find and friendship." staffed by volunteers from vari-
the group is composed of oerhaps ous groups including Radicales- I
n like themselves, who the women's asCRn outgrowtho men's bians, Revolutionary Lesbians,
to talk and learn about each CR groups are starting to form CR groups, the Women's Film
" land are being organized through Collective or any other interested
member specifically the office of the Women's Ad- persons.
groupmmvocate. "It's your office," Kurtz tells
The first three men's groups women. "You can do anythingt with it.
OMI NG will begin meeting this week, Kurtz hopes that the office will
and temporarily will receive the offKurteoprtntie for
hursday & Friday guidance of a member of the oer greater opportunities for
Women'sAdvocate Office who women to get involved in the
E: This feature will be will help guide their discussion movement. "This is a plural
a as scheduled toward the issues that are of movement and more than a few
most concern to women. people should be working," she
FOR 9 Many men expressed interest says.
in j0. oming a CR group maintain- ...~~ ' .
NWARDS 4 ing that they "feel threat ned by DAILY
. 1k women's liberation and want help A Y FI A

ORSON WELLES
SUMMER FILM FEST.

in understanding the movement
with which they feel they must
inevitably cope." Kurtz says.
One subject frequently brought
up in CR group discussions has
been the treatment of women by
the University's Health Service.
Both Kurtz. and Rumelhardt are
currently investigating com-
plaints from women concerning
that facility.
The Women's Advocate Office
hopes to present the results of
its investigation early next week
to the Health Service Board -
a group composed of students.
faculty members and adminis-
trators.

BULLETIN
Iiahy Calendar
WEI)NE FSDAY, AUGUST 11
Univ. Commission on women Meet-
n :Mich. League, Conf. Rm. 4, 12-2
Botany seminar: Dr. Shih-an Yu,
"Further Studies on the Genetic Con-
trol of Trehalase," 1139 Nat. Sci. Bldg
4 p.m.
Organization Notices
Gay Liberation front meeting, Thurs-
t. August 12, 0:30 p.m., 2nd floor
SAB.

-- - - - -- - - -1- -
The School of Music and Department of Art present
ROSSINI'S OPERA
The Barber of Seville
r (IN ENGLISH)
AUGUST 13, 14, 16 and 17-8 P.M.
MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
$1.50 & $3.00
Conductor Josef Blatt Stage Director: Ralph Herbert
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