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Page 2-Tuesday, July 15, 1980-The Michigan Daily
Detroit ERA march,
rally draws 10,000
(Continued from Page 1) March participant Rosemary
ending Republicansupport for ERA. Wolock, president of Women Lawyer's
THE FORMER senator said he Association of Michigan, said she
believes President Carter has "painted believes passage of the ERA would be a
Ronald Reagan into the 1964 Goldwater "tremendous psychological boost" to
image" in this year's presidential cam- women. She added it would also provide
paign. He added Reagan has "played women with the legal means to fight
into (Carter's) hands" by proving to be discrimination.
more ideological than pragmatic. The protesters, led by a group of
Calling the GOP Platform Commit- prominent Republicans, walked from
tee's decision a "radical move," Rep. Kern Block to Cobo Hall and Joe Louis
Bill Green (R-New York) said he did Arena, the site of the convention.
not believe there was much chance of UPON CONVERGING at Kennedy
persuading 27 committee members to Square, Massachusetts
write a minority report in favor of Congresswoman Margaret Heckler
ERA, a move which could force a floor asked the marchers to "continue your
fighton the issue. advocacy until ERA is passed into
Leopold added that although Reagan law."
has voiced his personal opposition to At Second Chance in Ann Arbor Sun-
the proposed amendment, he hoped the day night, approximately 60 men and
former California governor would be women protested for almost two hours
"willing to establish a moderate against the Republican platform com-
tone ... willing to recognize the dif- mittee's exclusion of the pro-ERA
ferences" which exist among people. plank. The local bar was singled out as
Reagan is meeting with nine the demonstration site because of a
Republican women today to discuss party held there Sunday evening
ER, Leopold said. honoring Detroit conventioneers and
LABELING THE platform commit- area Republicans, according to co-
tee's decision a "tragedy," National organizer of the demonstration Rose
Organization for Women (NOW) Hochman.
President Eleanor Smeal claimed it Hochman added that Mayor Louis
will have an adverse effect on the Belcher, who was persuaded to join the
Republican Party in the November march for a short period of time, was
election. hosting the "grand old party."
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Pigs in the news
The golf professional at the Diamond Ridge Golf Course in Woodlawn,
Maryland is looking for the owner of some unexpected-and
unwelcome-guests to the links. John Musser said about 15 squealing,
smelly, and very elusive half-grown pigs turned up on the course early
Sunday, much to the consternation of 30 people waiting to tee off (you could
say they-were teed-off). Musser and two other employees pursued the pigs in
golf carts. After a 25-minute chase through the 18-hole course, the pigs were
rounded up and penned in a maintenance area. No one has yet claimed the
pigs, and there is no word whether they replaced their divots. l
A Meteorwrong
If the Tupelo, Mississippi meteorite is not a meteorite, then what is
it? "It's a meteor-wrong," says Dr. John Harris of the National Aeronautics
and Space Administration. The 1,200-pound stone, long thought to be from
outer space, is a hunk of "concreted sandstone" from here on earth, says
Harris, a chemist and nuclear physicist with the Johnson Space Center in
Houston, Texas. The "meteorite," discovered in 1870 by Tupelo's first
mayor, had never been examined scientifically before Harris looked at it.
"We wish it had been a meteorite,",Harris said. If it had turned out to be
from outer space, Harris continued, it would have been only the fourth
verified metorite to fall on Mississippi. Some might say four is not enough. Q
On the outside
The GOP delegates should continue to bake today as temperatures
climb into the lower 90s. There is a chance of thundershowers. Q
AAFC-Breathless, 7, 10:20 p.m.; Vivre Sa Vie, 8:40 p.m., Angell
Aud. A.
Michigan Media Summer Film Showcase-Teenage Father, Step-
parenting, In the Best Interests of the Children, 7:30 p.m., MLB 3.
Briarwood Mall-Handbell Choir, 1:30, 2:30 p.m., Grand Court.
William L. Clements Library-"Black Voices From America's Past:
A Tribute to Robert Hayden," exhibit through end of July, 9 a.m.-noon,
1-5 p.m., weekdays. E
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Volume XC, No. 38-S
Tuesday, July 15. 1980
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