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October 09, 1967 (vol. 78, iss. 0) • Page Image 9

… 7 - -ml OCTOBER Maybe it is formula painting, but he has a relentiess eye that makes art The Daily Ma Continued from Page 15 a bleak tundra with wind billowing in his long coat. Wyeth says he saw Loper "as a ship's figurehead . moving like hell." "Alexander C h a n dl e r" and "Grandfather" portray a blind aged Negro who guarded his grandchil- dren as they played outdoors. When one of the grandchildren strayed out of earshot, Chandler...…

October 09, 1967 (vol. 78, iss. 0) • Page Image 10

…AL Ai-L3 -- I w 7w or 1w. -- -- MP .11L I v Im w OCTO ER '67 Robert Sklar on what was being written about hippies before the hippies were around aid there was such a thing as Timothy Leary . . . How it looks from the upper Bronx-a community organizer talks about rebellion and reaction . . . . . . . . . . . . . The wealth of the University and the po verty of Ann Arbor-an in-depth piece of reporting about the Ann Arbor ghetto and th...…

October 09, 1967 (vol. 78, iss. 0) • Page Image 11

…- s AIL I w A m -4- AF 0 S "I mean, of course she's nice, but there is something about her I just don't like and that's why I don't want her in. I 1ibert kIlao n Reand TAin ,9 rushees so u±,at we can refer to them when we need more inform a- tion concerning a girl. Their pres- ence in the room, and occasional snatches of advice, lend an aura of traditional authority that bothers me. Happily, about midnight we had a surprise that clear...…

October 09, 1967 (vol. 78, iss. 0) • Page Image 12

… THE BLACKLASH AND- A White Reaction By DAVID CHAMBERLAIN With the coming of autumn, the zoo is closing. As the winds get cooler, all the animals will slowly re- treat to their cages . . . and another sporting season is over for the white °man. For with the end of hot sum- mers goes the nigger problem. There won't be any riots in the winter, it's too cold. Even though there's no heat in the tenements, it's warmer there than on the street...…

October 09, 1967 (vol. 78, iss. 0) • Page Image 13

… : 4U l 'AV- V / "The makeshift plans put togeth mer by city administrators to at in the ghettos are merely buying t Brous for the society to think the measures can long contain the t oppressed people.,' r...CStokely r Char le BLACK I POLITICS IN I THE KWESKIN JUG BAND PETE SEEGER A PHOTOGRAPHER THEODORE BIKEL A HIPPIE their own worth and influence as human beings so they'll be better equipped to make the most of what chances they ...…

October 09, 1967 (vol. 78, iss. 0) • Page Image 14

…w w V V I mm-94r, 'W- -W -w- -w- -V) THE POOR OF THE ALL-AMER/CAN CITY By MARK LEVIN / 1 '4'. /1 r Ira' t :/ /7 FL .'i "'-I " c~_.. 622J homes of the other half Ann Arbor is an All-American city, so the Junior Chamber of Commerce proclaims. It's also as American as cherry pie, as Rap Brown would put it. And in that All-American urban tradition, Ann Arbor has within its midst a densely-populated Negro ghetto rarely penetrated b...…

October 09, 1967 (vol. 78, iss. 0) • Page Image 15

…-I-- Aw- r 4 I -w -W A Newpor A lbum by, .ndrew acks and Thomtas R. Copi C ~f f- ,.. f E ^ THE CHAMBERS BROTHERS t a-n L } iA~c : %r" ," :.h t. { , .F::} 'Y~f:. ,i .t.'t"N B A E Z: play, U. Despite plans for the creation of 200 low-income housing units, there are many in the ghetto who feel the social conscience of Ann Arbor and its University community has abdicated its responsibility. this kind of housing possible," he concludes. A l...…

October 09, 1967 (vol. 78, iss. 0) • Page Image 16

…- m. - a,. qw, IL I -W OF im Uw 4- .11 S W- T W- ,3p" and, from the South: I A Apologist for Jim Crow The smooth cool of George Wallace, the fluidity of his personality, his easy way of throwing out what sounds like a legitimate idea, all are the camouflages of just a 'good ole country boy' from deep Dixie "Now off the recard," said George Wallace's legal advisor Hugh Mad- dox "I think that Senator Edward Brooke (R.-Mass.) is a ...…

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