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Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 7, 1985
Documentary focuses
on men in the '80s

glop

Students
debate
LASC's

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sign of weakness."
THE POPULAR perception of the
father's role in the family is dealt with
in two of fourteen songs in Katter-
man's documentary.
Written and performed by Peter
Alsop, "Be Gentle, Robin" is a song
about a father who encourages his son
to show tenderness as well as
strength. Another untitled song by
Alsop, written with his three-year-old
daughter, deals with a father who
always says "no" when his child asks
for something.
Other songwriters put humorous
words to their tunes to ridicule the
male stereotype.
ONE SUCH song, "The Penis
Song," was written by former art
student Geof Morgan, who noticed
that male models in his life drawing
classes were considered "naked"
rather than "nude" unless they were
a jock strap.
"A song like that pokes fun at the
image of the young stud who goes
around thinking he's a great sexual
performer, "Katterman says.
"The songs are funny, not bitter,"
he adds. "It cuts down to size the John
Wayne's, but it does it in a fun,
thoughtful way."
TWO OTHER songs that focus on
male homosexuality also try to teach
a lesson through humor. Two gay
composers, Ron Romanovsky and
Paul Phillips, wrote "Womb Envy,"
an account of a male who as a child
"wanted to be a lady so I could have a
baby."
The two composers' second song
"Homophobia," comments on
society's response to gays:
There was a man who took a stand
And tried to shed some light
He said that sexual preference is a
basic human right

The school board layed him off
and said
The budget was too tight
Sound's suspiciously like
Homophobia to me.
Katterman admits that many men
would find such music "disarming."
But he says he included them in the
documentary because he wanted to
examine all sides of male sexuality.
The songs are placed at the end of the
program, however, because "they
represent a minority of males."
"I DIDN'T want to offend people
right off the top," Katterman says,
'but you have to cover all bases."
Thoroughness and resourcefulness,
along with accuracy and quality, were
the reasons the Detroit Press Club
awarded Katterman's program, ac-
cording to Wayne Klein of the Detroit
Press Club Foundation.
Katterman believes the spectrum of
themes presented in the songs enables
the documentary to "speak to men of
all ages," including college students.
"I FELT the pressure to be
masculine - strong and always
right,"'he says, remembering his own
college years at the University, 1974-
78.
"(Male) University students come
because they want to go into
engineering or med. school," he con-
tinues. "I doubt they're aware of
other important relationships. It'd be
more satisfying if they don't feel con-
strained by standard images."
And after spending about 100 hours
over four months researching the
various musicians, splicing tape, and
writing a narration for the documen-
tary, Katterman admits that he pon-
dered his own feelings toward being
male.

Dpily Photo by JAE KIM

Trench break
Bill, a worker from Toolsafe Construction, takes a break from building a trench in front of Angell Hall yester-
day.
House votes to create three memorials

0 0
Ideolog
By HENRY PARK
Members of the Latin American
Solidarity Committee debated critics
of their policies at their open house
last night in the business school.
LASC members said the purpose of
the debate was to educate people on A
their reasons behind their recent ac-
tions, including their decision to
protest Vice President George Bush's
campus visit and CIA recruiting on
campus.
ONE OF LASC'S critics,
engineering freshman Erik Alvarado,
said the group's Central American
views are misguided.
Citing the Nicaraguan gover-
nment's spiritual forefather, Augusto
Sandino, Alvarado, who lived in theG
country eleven years, said there
should be "no foreign powers" in Cen-
tral America. LASC, he added, should
talk about "both sides, both powers in
Central America."
Some members of the audience
questioned the objectivity of LASC
and one said that although people are
dying in Central America, it would be
simplistic to say the situation there
was bad considering the violence in
American history.
One person said there was "no
documentation" for LASC's opinions,
but LASC member Jackie Victor cited
congressional reports on Central
America and pointed out that LASC
literature includes an extensive
bibliography to investigate.
University Vice President for
Student Services Henry Johnson said
he attended to "observe and be
educated."

WASHINGTON (AP) - With
Washington already boasting no
fewer than 106 national monuments,
statues and memorials, the House
voted unanimously yesterday to
authorize three more, including a
tribute to Americans who fought in
the Korean War.
The other two memorials would
honor women who have served with
the armed forces and the 5,000 black
patriots whorsupported the cause of
the American Revolution.
THE THREE MEMORIALS, ap-
proved on unanimous roll-call votes,
would be financed by private funds,

built on federal land in the
Washington area and maintained by
the National Park Service.
In floor debate Monday, Rep. G.V.
"Sonny" Montgomery (D-Miss.),
chairman of the House Veterans Af-
fairs Committee, said the Korea
memorial would honor "the silent
veterans who served in the war and
slipped quietly back into civilian life
practically unnoticed," over-
shadowed by comrades who fought in
World War II and later in Vietnam.
Urging approval of a monument to
women who have served with the U.S.

military since the Revolution, Rep.
Patricia Schroeder, (D-Colo.) said,
"There's a myth in America that all
women sat out all wars on a pedestal
somewhere."
The reality, she said, is that women
"have been walking alongside men in
every war.''
The proposal to establish a
memorial to the 5,000 slaves and free
blacks who served as soldiers and
sailors or provided civilian assistance
during the Revolution was sponsored
by Reps. Nancy Johnson (R-Conn,)
and Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.).

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