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Page 2-Friday, January 25, 1980-The Michigan Daily

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(Continued from Page 1)
military services, for women would be
debated in both houses.
Phyliss Schlafly, a leader of forces
opposing the ERA, said she plans a
petition campaign to gather signatures
of men and women opposed to
registering women for the draft.
"WE ARE VERY much opposed to
women registering," she said. "It's
been the plan all along of the ERA
proponents to draft women and put
them in combat."
Most local women conceded that,
pending the passage of ERA and "equal
rights," they would not object to
fighting alongside men. Among the
most representative observations of
University students:
*Gretchen Sievers:" "I'm against the
draft, period. But if men have to
register, so should women."
* Kathy Sullivan: "I don't think it

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should be any different for me just
because Iam a woman."
* TERRI BONIFIGALO: "A woman
can shoot just as straight as a man, if
that's what is needed-there are cer-
tainly capacities in which women can
serve-they are just as capable."
" Katie Kelleher: "I don't see why
men should face the issue alone-they
shouldn't get stuck with the problem."
Some women who were contacted,
however, said that it would not be
"practical" to send'women into battle.
According to junior Sheryl Beshke, "A
lot of women may not be emotionally
equipped at this point in time to go to
war-maybe fifty years in the future,
but now I don't think they're ready."
John White, the deputy director of the
Office of Management and Budget who
has been studying the military con-.
scription system, said that a presiden-
tial report to Congress on the draft was
due by Feb. 9. He said it was likely that
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the president, would indicate then
whether women should be registered.
In the past, Carter and Defense
Secretary Brown have said that any
registration should include women as
well as men.
Boycott o
supported '
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this weekend in Colorado Springs, ac-
cording to sources inthe adiministration
and on Capitol Hill. The !board is expec-
ted to consider Carter's request at that
meeting.
However, Sen. Frank Church (D-
Idaho), chairman of the Foreign
Relations panel, ignored the appeal for
immediate action. Church refused to'
change plans for committee hearings
next week on the Olympics question,
While endorsing the House resolution
and predicting eventual Senate ap-
proval of a similar measure, Church,
through an aide, said his committees
must first hold hearings.
The U.S. Olympic Committee has
warned that a U.S. boycott might
destroy the games. But House mem-
bers were more concerned with the
Soviet invasion of Afghanistan and
chose to act rapidly on the issue.

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Daily Official Bulletin
Friday. Janury25, 1980
D~aily ('alendar
Medical Care Organization: Diana Wright, "Level
of Training. Cost of Medical Care, and Outcome,"
3000 Vaughan, SPH, 11iam.n
Center for South and Southeast Asian Studies:
Richad H. Wallis, "Balinese Ceremonies and Their
Music,"Lane Commons.noon.
Resource Pol. & Mgt.: Pat West, "Policy Im-
plications of Behavioral Research," 2032 Dana, noon.
Guild House: Soup and sandwich, 75 cent luncheon,
Doug Hill, Princip of American Collegiate Institute,
Izmir, Turkey, "The Crises in the Middle East," 802
Monroe, noon.
Physics/Astronomy: A. Marseher, U-California,
San Diego, "Theory of Radio Sources," 807 Den-
nison, 4 p.m.

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Roundtable On
Irane and fganistan: The Current Crisis
An afternoon devoted to discussion of the social, political, and economic
aspects of the events currently convulsing Iran and Afghanistan, as interpreted
by specialists on the Near East and as viewed by experts on China, India,
and the U.S.S.R.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 27-1:45 p.m.
AUDITORIUM 3, MODERN LANGUAGES BUILDING
(Washington St., between Thayer and Ingalls)
Sponsored by The University of Michigan Center for Near Eastern and North African Studies,
with assistance from the Center for Chinese Studies, the Center for Russian and East European
Studies, the Center for South and Southeast Asian Studies, and the Office of the Dean,
College of Literature, Science and the Arts.
SPEAKERS: CENTER FOR NEAR EASTERN AND NORTH AFRICAN STUDIES
Robin Barlow, Director, Center for Research on Economic Development; Professor,
Department of Economics.
K. Allin Luther, Professor,. Department of Near Eastern Studies; former President,
American Institute of Iranian Studies
Richard P. Mitchell, Professor, Department of History
William D. Schorger, Director, Center for Near Eastern and North African Studies;
Professor, Department of Anthropology
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