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Page Two

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, August 3, 1971

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, August 13, 1971

Speakers tc
G e heaClose to 50 people heard two
lawrce speakers from the Michigan
acein4004.Committee to Free Angela Davis
%Ulqat- say last night that the Angela
Chet Davis case is but one symptom
of political repression in the
United States.
Paula Smith, youth coordina-
tor of the committee, explained
the relationship between the Da-
vis case and that of the Sole-
dad Brothers, who are charged
with the murder of a guard in
Coledad prison in California.
Davis' involvement in the de-
fense of these prisoners led to
what Smith termed a "frameup."
Davis has been imprisoned since
the marx brothers in
MONKEY
BUSINESS
gain' on at
auditorium a
AUSTIN angellhall
DIAMOND Sat.--&9:30p.m.
AUGUST 14
1209 S. University 663-7151 ann arbor film cooperative

lk on Davis Billboard judge responds

October, and was denied bail
in June.
Claudia Morcum, co-chairwo-
man of the committee, said that
the seven month interim be-
tween Davis' arrest and her
first bail hearing was in viola-
tion of her constitutional right
to a speedy hearing.
A discussion and question per-
iod followed the speeches. The
speakers concluded by urging
participants in the meeting to at-
tend the Tuesday night meetings
of the local committee.
Daily Official Bulletin
FRIDAY, AUGUST 13
Day Calendar
Astronomy Colloquium: Dr. Charlotte
M. Bitterly, Nat'l Bur. of Standards,
"Atomie Speetral, Ultraviolet sod In-
frared," Physics-Astrsn. Colloquium rm.
at 4 p.m.
International Folk Dance: Barbour
Gym, 8-11 p.m.
School or Music: Opera, Rossini's
"Barber of Seville," Mendeissohn Thea-
tre 8 -p.m -
Organization Notices
Gay Liberation Community D a n c e,
Friday, August 13, 8:00 p.m., F i r st
Unitarian Church, Washtenaw at Berk-
shire.

(Continued from Page1)
"The March ordinance in fact
was an attempt on the part of
the city to outlaw all off-premise
billboards until a time at which
my decision could be over-
thrown," Mahinske commented
yesterday. "It was simply a de-
vice to get around the judg-
ment of the court."
Last week the city passed a
third sign control ordinance,
which promptly met with a fate
similar to that of its prede-
cessors.
At the request of Central Ad-
vertising's attorneys, Judge Ma-
hinske issued a restraining order
less than 12 hours after the
c i t y council had unanimously
endorsed their new law.
City officials are privately
fuming at the actions of the
judge.
Though, Lax claims, "Judge
Mahinske undoubtedly had jur-
isdiction in the first case, we
are- no longer dealing with that
case. This is an entirely differ-
ent ordinance which merely in-
volves the same suhject."
Mahinske, however, yesterday
upheld the propriety of his con-
tinued involvement in the case.
"Once you've got a case, you've
got it forever," he said.
He indicated however that he
was not enthusiastic ahout the
case and was continuing with it
only because it was his duty.
"Best Actress of the Year"
-Jane Fonda
-New York Film Critics

The School of Music and Department of Art present
ROSSINI'S OPERA
The b fBrber of Seville
(IN ENGLISH)
AUGUST 13, 14, 16 and 17-8 P.M.
MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
$1.50 & $3.00
Conductor Josef Blatt Stage Director: Ralph Herbert
TICKET INFORMATION: 764-6118
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ARM at the Alley 330 Maynard

City officials, despite the
judge's assurances, are still un-
happy with the situation.
"This is a case of business in-
terests working against the pub-
lic," said one official. He equated
the situation to that in Lansing,
where, he said, a "billboard lob-
by" had thwarted efforts to pass
a comprehensive state sign con-
trol law.
Peking
ends its
slogan
TOKYO (P) - The Chinese of-
ficial news agency Hsinhua
sends news out in English over a
teletypewriter beam. Since 1969
it has started daily with the slo-
gan: "Workers of all countries,
unite!"
Monitors reported yesterday
that the slogan has disappeared
from Peking's emission, with no
explanation.
The Mchigan aily edited and main-
aged by students at te UniversityaS-
Michigan. News phone: 764-0552. Second
Class postage paid at dAt Arbor, Mieh-
ga. 420 Mayvard Stret. AnnoArb,
Michigan 48104. Published daily Tes-
day through sunday morning Univer-
sity year. Subscription rates: $10 by
reer, $10iby mail
Summer Session published Tuesday
through Saturday morning, subscrip-
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