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The Michigan Daily-Friday, February 15, 1980-Page 11

!I1MORE NEW WAVE ROCK 111

Anti-draft
groups plan
march in
Washington
WASHINGTON-(UPI) Vowing to
se "every tactic necessary," a
coalition, of student and peace groups
reminiscent of the Vietnam era pledget
yesterday to take to the streets of
Washington March 22 in a massive
protest against draft registration.
*:Meanwhile, in Detroit yesterday, a
spokeswoman for the nation's major
anti-women's rights group. said
resident .Carter, who supports the
af registration, of women, is lying
when he says they would not be sent in-
to combat.
"PRESIDENT Carter's move to in-
lude women in registration for the
draft i one of the most .cowardly and
"ypocritical acts of his ad-
*.ministration," said Elaine Donnelly,
public relations chairwoman of STOP
PAT LACEMAN, head of the
rNational Mobilization Against the
Draft, said he, hopes thousands of
students and others will fill the streets
of the nation's capital next month in an
outpouring of opposition to President
Carter's plan to reinstate draft
registration.
"We vow to make the draft issue a
political quagmire for any politician,
for any candidate" who backs it, said
Laceman, whose group is the rally's
primary sponsor.
DONNELLY questioned whether
women could adequately "support their
felloW soldiers" in a combat situation
because she said they are weaker and
slower.
Fifteen per cent of female soldiers
became pregnant each year, she
claimed.
"This affects combat readiness,"
t Donnelly said.
"The purpose of raising an army is to
defend the country and its interests, not
to engage in social experimentation. If
"the drafting of women will not
,strengthen our armed forces and our
position in the world community, then it
should not be done. It would be a
national disgrace - and unfair to our
male and female soldiers - to send
;them to fight a war with less than 'the
strongest army and best equipment
that this country can provide," s be
~said.
Endorsers of the March 22 demon-
stration in Washington include:
Americans for Democratic Action, the
U.S. Student Association, the
Democratic Socialist Organizing
Committee, Students for a Libertarian
Society, and Women Strike for Peace.

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We, the undersigned, strongly
Democratic 2nd Ward Primary,

urge the election of Stacy Stephanopoulos in the
February 18th. We believe that of the candidates,

Doily Photo by MAUREEN O'MALLEY
THE COMMITTEE AGAINST WAR, a local anti-draft group, held a Valen-
tine's Day Tag Drive yesterday to collect money for their efforts. Commit-
tee-members gave donors to the cause tags reading "Stop the Draft" and
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Marc Abrams
J.P. Adams
Plato & Mary Anton
Jim Apostle
Don & Shirley Axon
Gus J. Bahas
Mary Jo Baker
Dirk Beckwith.
Barrie & Lucy Biven
Fr. Ernest Blougouras
Marc Breakstone
Brad Canale
Richard Cauley
Margaret Chafos
Donald Coleman
Margaret Conomos
Dave DeVarti
Jeannie Dodge
Jane Esper

Stephen Foley
Bill Gold
Jim Gold
Jack Hall
Andy Halperin
Bea Hanson
Janice Hollett
Mike Kargul
Chris Kasper
Jack Katosh
James Kenworthy
Mary King
John Kounios
Yayoi Kushida
Connie LaClair
Cande Larson
Tim Lee
Jeff Liskar
Phil Mahoney

Eli Manos
Judge John Manos
Sheila Mayberry
Yvonne McClenney
Jane Miller
Michael Morris
John Moutsatsos
Bert & Marjorie Moyar
Bruce Neary
Peter Papps
Bob Perlmuter
Amy Perrone
Dave Pomerantz
Shirley Powell
Aaron Pratt
Paul Pratt
Marcia Pupkiewicz
Andrea Rehm
Tom Robinson

Jim Rosen
Steve Ruskin
Brenda Salyer
Carol Schramke
Adrienne Seiko
John Spelich
Spyros & Kal Stanley
Rev. & Mrs. Elias
Stephanopoulos
Ulrich Stoll
Bloise Supler
Marianne Swenson
Laura Urbanski
Anna Vedouras
Mona Walz
Karen Wovthen
Ellen Weissman
Jim Zazakis
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