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21, 1982-The Michigan Daily

The University Regents, meeting yesterday at the Fairlane ansion on the University's Dearborn campus, hear a pos-
itive report from medical school officials on the school's medical service plan, which was implemented in 1973.
brino the winner home

Calendar
features
sexy senior
citizens
(Continued from Page 5);
benefits and at nursing homes around
the Detroit area.
REACTION FROM local senior
citizens has been, so far, generally dif-
fident. "I don't give a damn about that
stuff," said one Ann Arbor woman in
her 80s. A husband and wife who were
in their 70s said "We're from New
York, and we don't care."
But students reacted differently.
Lynn Lawlor, a former University
student, said "These are funny, but
kind of cute. Just because you're 60
doesn't mean you have to stop being
sexy."
Dan Cook, a political science senior,
said, "This is incredible. I know if I
were 60 I'd want to be in it. These
people don't spend their time playing
shuffleboard and parchesi, that's for
sure."
The calendar can be obtained for $5
from "Sexy Sixties," 524 Rosewood,
East Lansing, Michigan 48823.
Arms foes
meet at 'U'
(Continued from Page 3)
Interfaith Council for Peace, because
the ethical instructions of religion can-
not be separated from political actions.
Hayes said the Council wants "to bring
a religous thrust to what's going on" in
the arms race.
One fear of MAD's is that politicians
may try to jump on the nuclear freeze
band wagon to use it for their own ends.
Axelrod said one local politician had
been turned down as a conference
speaker in part for this reason. "The
movement that sees the connections
(beteween issues) is strong and in-
dependent and not easily taken up" by
politicians.
The conference will begin tonight at
7:30 p.m. at Rackhm Auditorium.
Jane Phifer, co-chairman of the
Washtenaw County Nuclear Freeze
Campaign, will speak about the June 12
UN special session on disarmament.
She will be followed by Sidney Lens,
editor of The Progressive, a Wisconsin
magazine that recently went to court
over plans to publish public information
on how to build a nuclear bomb. He will
speak on "The Nuclear Arms Race:
What About the Russians?"
1
and October LSA T and GMA T
Ann Arbor " Livonia
East Lansing * Troy * Toledo
Dearborn * Columbus

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