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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Ctca iwued frcm : 1,
ernment, ihich we don't have
now," said Strausberg.
After the signatures and the
nickels are collected, PIRGIM
representatives will confront
Carl Pursell with them and
urge him to vote in favor of the
Strausherg said if individ-
uals could not make it to Tues-
day's meeting they could still
join by calling PIRGIM.
U M Stylists
8:30 a.m.-5:15 p.m.
and HAROLD i
And you thought your insurance covered everything. Actually this enormous "Saw in the Volkswagon" isn't an act of God at all,
but the work of a Miami art student. After handing - or rather, rolling - his project in, he gave in to his young friends Melinda
and Kathy. It now sits in Melinda's front yard, attracting the gawks of passing wire service photographers.
Adams asks required air
(Contnued from Page 1) first and third years, and 5 mil-
effective only in front-end col- lion in the second year.
lisions. Adams said seat belts Consumer advocate Ralph
like those used in today's cars Nader, long a supporter of pas-
still would be required as an air sive restraint systems, criti-
bag supplement. rized the phase-in plan, saying
PASSIVE SEAT belts are a Adams did it to avoid a con-
combination lap and shoulder gressional veto.
harness attached to the car "THIS IS THE first time the
doors. They automatically wrap federal government has phased
around the front seat passeng- in an auto safety standard,"
ers when the door is closed and Nader said.
lock into position if there is a "This says to the public, if
collision. you can't afford a large luxury
Auto buyers would have their car, you're going to have to
choice of systems. wait for safety protection," he
"Too many people have been said. "While we have one gov-
needlessly injured or killed in ernment agency telling us to
crashes where passive re- buy small cars to save fuel, we
straints could have saved have another telling us we can-
them," Adams laid, citing 47,- not yet have safety devices in
001 traffic deaths on the na- those cars.".
ion's highways each year. "I Adams said he decided on the
casnot in good conscience be a phased-in approach so that the
party to further, unnecessary automakers wouldn't suddenly
delaty." be faced with changing all ten
ADAMIS SAID the automatic million cars in one year.
projection devices would be re- HE ALSO NOTED that manu-
utired beginning Sept. 1, 1981, facturers have some experience
'or all standard and luxury size with air bags in larger autos
tars of the 1982 model year. and that smaller autos, which
The requirements would be ex- have less space to absorb im-
tended to 1983 model interme- pact in a head on collision,
diate and compact cars and to might pose some technical
19114 model subcompact and problems that require more
R-size autos. 'lime to solve.
The secretary said 2.5 million The secretary's order is ass-
cars would be equipped in the other in a series of government
THIS WEEKEND AT (INEMA GUILD
The Devil Is A Woman
Directed by Joseph Von Sternberg and
starring Marlene Dietrich
Chaplin's The Gold Rush
(with a CHAPLIN SHORT)
SUNDAY FREE SHOWING AT 8
The classic silent THE BLUE ANGEL
CINEMA GUILD OLD AC
7:30 & 9:30 ADM $1.50
bags by '84
rulings that will change the look
of the American auto in the
1980's. Adams noted that Con-
gress is completing its work on
elimination of automobile pol-
lutants, and that last Sunday
he announced new- fuel econo-
my standards for 1981-84 mod-
el cars, ranging from 22 miles
per gallon up to 27 mpg.
S you intend to graduate this
term wits either a master's
des.eeor so intermedite de-
gree awarded b the Rackham
Graduate S ch oo 1, you must
to the Recordis Office, Roost
1014 Rarkham Graduate School.
no later than Friday, July 8,
1977 in order tohe placed on
the Augsost degree list.
niploma appllvotions are avail
able in the Rackham Oraduate
school, Room 1014, as* ell as
i yourertment or program
ANN AE U If E[At CC-Cr
Friday, July 1
JAMES DEAN NIGHT
EAST OF EDEN
(Elio Kazan, 1955) 7 onv--MLB 3
Kazan's adaptation of Steinbeck's novel was the film that turned
a t et osa rase-TVactoe osed Jomes Dean into s superstar.
Deanplays Cal Trasis, a sonfused adolescenutsearchingosdesperately
for lost love and tenderness. The youth of that period immediately
reconized the honesty of his performance and liocked to the tim,
making Dean the hottest star on the warners lot.
REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE
(Nicholas Ray, 19551 9 onv---MLB 3
James Dean was perhaps the tost senstlive, intense, vulnerable,
best actor to grace the screen. REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE is his
bestiperformance. Playing a young man on his first day in a new
high school, Dean portrayed the pent-up confused frustrations of
Saturday, July 2
(Mike Nichols, 1971) 7 & 10:30-MLB 3
A SAFE PLACE
(Henry Jaslom, 19711 8:45 only-MLB 3
THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING MAN
(Jack Arnold, 1957) MLB 4--7:00 only
JentLuc Godard, 19651 MLB 4-8:45 only
(Maria Bova, 1968) MLB 4-10:30 only
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MOVIES - CINEMA U - MOVIES
ROBERT ROSSEN'S 1949
ALL THE KING'S MEN
Broderick Crawford won an Academy Award for his portrayal of
a Huey Long-type character who on a populist platform makes
it into the Governor's Mansion, but not without losing his integrity
along the way, and ending up an assassin's victim. A thought-
provoking study of American society. With a fine supporting per-
formance by Joseph Cotten.
TONIGHT AT ANGELL HALL-AUD. A
7:30/9:30 ADM. $1.25