The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 22, 1983 - Page 7
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BECAUSE OF the film's unexpected
emotional impact, members of
Physicians for Social Responsibility, an
anti-nuclear medical group, were
stationed in dorms and co-ops to help
viewers upset by the film.
An estimated one-third of all West
Quad residents watched the movie,
while more than 50 people packed each
of the .six TV. lounges in South Quad.
Nearly 80 Ann Arbor residents joined
U.S. presidential candidate George
McGovern at Board and Billboards on
South Main Street to watch the film on
Swide-screen television. McGovern, who
was in town to kick off his Michigan
campaign, said he thought the movie
wasn't harsh enough in its depiction of
the aftermath of nuclear war.
"I THOUGHT they simply showed
just a minor part of what can actually
happen. I doubt if there would be any
bandages left, or any doctors to put the
bandages on," McGovern said.
"(The film) gave the implication that
there would be survival (after nuclear
-war),". he said.. "I don't. see that
assurance at all . . . there are no win-
ners in a nuclear war."
The movie brought demonstrations in
several cities across the nation, in-
cluding one in Lawrence, Kansas.
Daily staff writer Claudia Green
con tributed to this story.
Sugar Bowl travel costly
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The Travel Center in Ann Arbor will
book shorter three night stays, in the
New Orleans Days Inn, with tickets and
accommodations for four running $296
per person. The Travel Center also of-
fers three nights with tickets at Howard
Johnsons for $249. Neither price in-
cludes air or bus fare, however.
FOR THOSE requiring a higher stan-
dard of accommodations, and have the
.funds to back them up, Arbor Travel
'will put you in the Royal Sonesta Hotel
for three to four nights at a mere $399,
including tickets. Slap the least expen-
sive flight onto the total and that brings
your cost to nearly $700.
According to Travel Center staffers,
air fares from Detroit to New Orleans
range anywhere from $278 to $530.
Fans may want to try to construct
their own travel plans when they see
how much it costs to buy a travel agen-
cy's package. The separate costs,
however, aren't much better.
BOERSMA Travel agents said a hotel
room will cost a person between $80 and
$100 for a one-night stand, but cautioned
that rooms will be "hard to find."
Eileen Reagan of the Travel Center
agreed that the weekend will be a
popular one for travellers. "Because
most of the special fares are already
booked, if people are serious, now is the
time to do it," she said.
Bus fares will cost less than air fares,
and will run you $198 round trip. This
entitles you to sit on a Trailways bus for
30 hours each way, not counting the 20-
minute layover in Chicago.
Of course, if you call the bus station,
they'll tell you to call Conlin Travel
But nobody has to take a expensive
guided tour to New Orleans - you can
always hitch hike, sleep in the car, and
buy a ticket from a scalper at the gate.
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