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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, August 8, 1970
Saturday, August 8, 1970
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
603 E. Liberty St.
CHAVEZ THREATENS BOYCOTT:
Box office opens 12:45 P.M.
PAINTYOUR WAGO. $4
RAY WALSTON HAWSI PRESNELL
w*J0DERICI OEWE %i- ANDRE PEVIN
MAIAN JAY LEM ERa. KNAF1'9N 1HWfUrb A MMiN' Tm
SALINAS, Calif. UP) - In the
dusty fields of the Salinas Val-
ley, a struggle is unfolding be-
tween two labor unions. T h e
fight o v e r which union shall
represent the field workers may
soon make salads as controver-
sial as table grapes have been.
Squaring off are the power-
ful Teamsters' Union and the
United Farm Workers Organiz-
ing Committee (UFWOC), an
AFL-CIO affiliate fresh from its
victory over table grape grow-
ers following a five-year strike
and national boycott.
UFWOC leader Cesar Chav-
ez has brought in his top organ-
izers, including some who have
been with him for the past 10
years, and has set up headquar-
ters in a storefront housing the
Mexican-American Political As-
No less determined, the West-
ern Conference of Teamsters
has- sent in an 18-man force
l e d by field director William
Grami. They are now hard at
work signing up field workers
here and in the Santa Maria
and San Luis Obispo valleys,
100 miles to the south.
At stake are the jobs of some
1214 S. University
OPEN 12:45 P.M.
At 1 -3-5-7-9 P.M.
An estimated 200,000 people got high and listened to music at Goose Lake rock festival yesterday. (See story, Page 3).
L AI^IIEAKNIIX rNPROMISE:
MICHIGAN REPERTORY - f
-u iversy players---
Lottery may call up too
2nd SMASH WEEK!!
"BRILLIANTLY BITCHY" -TIME
"NOTHING SHORT OF BRILLIANT"
Spenrd amarveous evening with eight of the boys.
"TitEIUMSIN TItA EU99
FRIDAY & SATURDAY-AUGUST 7 & 8
dir. WILLIAM WYLER
Bette Davis, Henry Fonda, Fay Baintor
As a rebellious girl in the ante-bellum South, Bette Davis had
one of her strongest dramatic roles.
ACADEMY AWARD -
Short: WHAT'S THE WORLD COMING TO?
7 & 9:05 ARCHITECTURE
662-8871 75c AUDITORIUM
PERFORMANCES THRU SAT., AUG. 8
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre &
Tickets: $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 Ph.
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Bring Results !
Service is already drafting men
with lottery numbers up to 195,
but it now suspects a lower num-
ber would have sufficed.
If so, Selective Service will
have to break one of two prom-
ises made to an undetermined
number of draft-age men-that
they would be selected in the
order fixed by the lottery; or
that a man missed by the draft
in 1970 would not have to face
The trouble is that many low-
numbered men were not avail-
able for the draft when the Pen-
tagon wanted them; and the
Pentagon could not wait.
In a lottery last Dec. 11. all
men then between 19 and 26
were assigned numbers from
one to 366. President Nixon de-
creed that each registrant would
receive maximum exposure to
the draft only during the first
year he was listed as 1-A, drop-
ping back into less vulnerable
categories if the draft missed
But the mixture of draft reg-
istrants was not the same in
each of the nation's 4,087 local
draft boards; some had large
numbers of college students due
to graduate in mid-year.
The administration recognized
that forcing each board to meet
a proportional monthly quota
might cause some boards to call
relatively high lottery numbers
while others still called low ones.
So Selective Service imposed
a monthly ceiling on the lottery
numbers to be drafted. Boards
were told that if they could not
meet a quota within the month-
ly ceiling,ethey could make it up
By June, the draft was 10,000
men short of the Pentagon's re-
3020 Washtenow Ph. 434-1782
Box Office open 12:30
Today & Sunday
Monday & Tuesday
BLUES FESTIVAL SPECIAL
"I D0 NOT PLAY NO ROCK & ROLL MUSIC"
It's NOT a musical
NEW CAPITOL L.P. AND
A FAMOUS LEADBELLY
CLASSIC FROM .
Sale Ends AUG. 10
PARTY TIME .
R1'F1 I S7i IP 77-1 T1 1 71 WO
DON'T MISS OUR BLUES
'3 Off List Price on All
Blues L.P.'s Thru Aug. 10
Can be anytime...
and the neighbors could care less.
Their quiet evening of study goes undisturbed thanks
to excellent sound conditioning and bi-level design.
Reserve your apartment for fall semester
then have a party ...
OVER 25,000 LP'S.
OVER 300 LABELS IN STOCK
WHATCH FOR SPECIAL SALE
IEMS CHANGING WEEKLY
1235 S. UNIVERSITY 0 300 S. STATE 0 ANN ARBOR
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Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Presents a Katzka-Loeb Production
starring Clint Eastwood
Telly Savalas, Don Rickye, Carroll O'Cono
and Donald Sutherland in "Kelly's Heroes
Written by Troy Kennedy Martin
Produced by Gabriel Katzka and Sidney Beckerman
Directed by Brian G. Hutton - Music by Lao Schifrin
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