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April 12, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 158) • Page Image 1

…Gay Lib: Resisting repression of the homost 3xual By JANE BARTMAN and W. E. SCHROCK Pins proclaiming "Out of the closets into the streets" have baffled local button watchers late- ly. But almost as puzzling as the slogan is its sponsor, the Gay Lib- eration Front (GLF). A newly established SGC-ap- proved student organization, GLF "is a coalition of homosexuals, les- bians, bi-sexuals, and straights who say NO to sexual repression." A growing...…

April 12, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 158) • Page Image 2

…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sundav. April 12, 1970 Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sundov Anril . i, ... ,, . 11 cinema M A S- H: Heroically subverting the military "FOUR STARS * * *HIGHEST RATING ... A GRATIFYING ACHIEVEMENT." -Wanda Hale, N.Y. Daily News "EPIC BATTLE OF THE SEXES." -Vincent Canby, N.Y. Times By NEAL GABLER It is only natural for the television generation that T.V. would have a tremendous impact on the way we view war...…

April 12, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 158) • Page Image 3

… NOW FOX VILLGE SHOWING 375 No.MAPLE RD.-7694300 TIMES Mon.-Fri. 7:10-9:30 pag~~e three C14C Mt id Cau DullMmmm NEWS PHONE: 764-0552 BUSINESS PHONE: 764-0554 'M A' His what sa-Sun. the new freedom 1:3 5:10-7:20 of the screen 9:3 is all about-" -Richard Schickel, Life An Ingo Preminger Production Color by DE LUXE* Panavision* . CHANGE THE ED SCHOOL A PP L Y NOAug.W!0 Sunday, April 12, 1970 Ann Arbor, Michigan Page Three the neWS today...…

April 12, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 158) • Page Image 4

…a special feature the Sunday daily bv 4 sIIuart rannes and cear a rapoport Number 27 Night Editor: Jim Beattie April 12, 1970 ApIl 2I17 7 he Free ...and I University ... the world for a syllabus THREE MEN, palms up, lay perfectly still in the darkened room. Slowly, their legs rose high over their heads. Moment after excrutiating moment their silhouettes remained unmoved. Finally, a f t e r what seemed an interminable leng...…

April 12, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 158) • Page Image 5

…Sunday, April 12, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five Sunday, April 1 2., 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAiLY Page FiVe DISCUSSION SERIES: Letters to the Editor Hard drugs: Tool of the Mafia Pos tpone decision on votingag Hill-Onondaga To the Editor: ALTHOUGH I FELT that the story carried earlier this week in the Daily on the controversy sur- rounding the Hill-Onondaga pro- perty presented both sides clearly and fairly, I believe that I have no ho...…

April 12, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 158) • Page Image 6

…e Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, April 12, 1970 .,... j fi r. . .mot Daily Classifieds FOR RENT INGLES $75; doubles $55. Kitchen priv. All utilities icl. 769-3785, 761- 7660. 17082 UBLET-1 bdrm.'apt., air cond., pool- June 1st. $145. 971-2383 eves. 19082 K I NG'S IN N APTS. all rentals, mod. 2 bdrm., furn., air cond., gbg. disposals, indry. fac,, pvt. balconcies, pkg. 2, 3, 4 men from $210. $65/man for 4. 8 "mo. lease avail. Conscientio...…

April 12, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 158) • Page Image 7

…Y, April 12, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page: y, A rl 12I9 0T H I H G AIA L Pocl BERNARD STEALS THE SHOW 2 JOB OPENINGS on this and that II Red foot and -For students ONLY -Up to $800 per term -Sprng, Summer (optional), -S ng and Fall AS COORDINATORS OF EDUCATION STUDEfNTS' ADVISING OFFICE Call 763-3505 or stop by 2009 Education School between 10 and 4. relay squads By SANDI GENIS tured fifth and sixth places re-fevents. In the first f...…

April 12, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 158) • Page Image 8

…Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, April 12, 1970 Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, April 12, 1970 FI BACK IN FORM: ANN ARBOR CIVIC THEATRE presents the skin of our teeth by THORTON WILDER APRIL 22-25 TRUEBLOOD THEATRE-Frieze Bldg. 8 P.M. Box office opens Monday, April 20 phone 764-5387 ticket prices---$1.50-3.00 Michigan netters rout Ohio State, 9-0O By RANDY PHILLIPS early play, but a strong volley Special To The Daily game a...…

April 12, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 158) • Page Image 9

…Sunday, April 12, 1 ยง10 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine Sunday, April 12, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAILY . 1_.a. iiWiWYI i1I i Wings By JOEL GREER Special To The Daily DETROIT - Last night Bobby t Hull showed why he is acclaimed as hockey's greatest left-winger. In two instances, Hull got away from: Detroit defenseman Bob Vaughn: to score goals and lead Chicago to: their third consecutive victory over the unorganized Detroit Red Wings, 4-2. The vi...…

April 12, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 158) • Page Image 10

…page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY SundayApril 12, 1970 -,- ~aqe Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY ,....,. ....,, T r .t,... ...r . .. + I For Direet Classified Ad Service, Phone Monday through Friday, 12:00-2:00 (Continued froin Page 6) FOR SALE NEW MODEL portable Zenith 16" TV; Portable Olivetti Underwod typewrit- er. 663-7901. 391379 1966 CHEVROLET 'Chevelle 4-dr. sedan. 6-cylinder. 'standard transmission, very low mileage. Like new; economical. re...…

April 12, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 158) • Page Image 11

…T~ I- 4- m gcZl: the dQily Caril onner of Burbn Tower Right On. ,* cmn Uivsiy 0igwgsm: H plc * # Women as University nigger: How the 'U' keeps females in their place Percival Price has been climbing the winding stairs of Burton Tower every day for 31 years to set its 53 bells ringing. Born in Canada, Mr. Price was the first non-European to study campanology-the art of bells and bell-ring- ing-at the world famous carillon school in B...…

April 12, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 158) • Page Image 12

… - ;, A T I. 4 I g Robert Williams on revolution .. . Six No reasons to* make U Towers 1 on your lst "Hi, my name is Susie. My daddy makes metal in Chicago, and he wanted me to live in a safe place. When he learned that every apartment door in University Towers has its own lock; he was sold!" Continued from Page 22 cause they're not allowed-the only thing the soldiers can do is say "Don't do that." And the people say, "Well, you...…

April 12, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 158) • Page Image 13

… -.I 4, 1 4 *i . wi- Robert Williams on revolution .. . Continued from Page 8 through the "democratic" process, the only hope for us is self-determination. I mean a separate country-perhaps five southern states. This would have to be establish- ed with assistance from whites and with assist- ance even from the government. There have been other nations all around the world who are paying reparations to some people-black peo- ple deserve ...…

April 12, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 158) • Page Image 14

… p - - p - 4._ yd 9 T Women as University nigger "Departments will admit male studenis who are less likely to drop out and have babies." Or, how a young female student sought sexual justice at the 'U' and couldn't find it anywhere. By KATHLEEN SHORTRIDGE You won't find "sexism"in the dictionary, but if you did, the definition would read like this: sexism-n. 1. a belief that the human sexes have distinctive make-ups that determine th...…

April 12, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 158) • Page Image 15

… 4 C,- Technocracy will not "withdraw in the midst of splendor"; in violence j or otherwise, it must be surpassed. (Continued from Page 17) higher and not a l o w e r state. In: fact one of the g r e a t metaphysical prob- lems of current radicalism is that dialectical solutions to current crisis are all too slow to emerge, that our fu- ture condition s e e mn s still very distant. But it does not become any clearer w h e n located in the...…

April 12, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 158) • Page Image 16

… p p IL Robert Williams, vanguard of- the black revolution, is back from Red China Return 4 T IV' -.9 from By DANIEL 'ZWERDLING Robert Franklin Williams, the black na- tionalist from Monroe, North Carolina, has re- turned from exile in Communist China, Cuba, North Vietnam and Tanzania where he became the only American to talk with Mao Tse-tung, Fidel Castro, Che Guevara, and Ho Chi Minh. Living now in a quiet integrated neighbor- hood o...…

April 12, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 158) • Page Image 17

…(Continued from Page 17) pause of it. Oppression can make people sick -- sick enough to treat themselves with drugs that create an illusion of freedom w h e n the real thing is denied.. How about the right to practice medicine? rhere are quite a few f us in medicine- perhaps more than you might estimate from the P'.M.A. image we've project- ed of late - who have the best of reasons for shiver- ing in our boots at Mr. Kunstler's fate. One good ...…

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… = -M * 9 ,34 Robert Williams on revolution .,.. Continued from Page 7 himself, he is able to start trying to transform society. ** * Talking about the ruling classes and the workers in organizing won't ring a bell. That's old hat. That's all right in some foreign countries but here. peonle are not much concarned about the ruling classes exploiting. For example, you, can say, "Look what the Ford family's got, and look at the Rockefeller's...…

April 12, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 158) • Page Image 19

…'A Tp T7 4 t' begins at ome, 4 A. U..r z> - William .0.Douglas, POINTS OF.REBELLION, Random House, 1970, $4.95. By DONALD J. HOLMES, As with democracy, fas- cism begins at home. Writing from the con- siderable. distance of the highest bench in the land,; Supreme Court Justice Wil- liam 0. Douglas has sketch- ed for us a sparsely writ- ten, flat out account of the growth of totalitarianism in the Land of the Free. Weighing in at 94 small...…

April 12, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 158) • Page Image 20

… K - -~ I/ If 41 A local boy moves to the City and makes good. Continued from Page 9 xx hands up in the air. He take off for the other end of the platform, and this New Yorker-this New Yorker-follows him, still shouting. A week later, she is on the platform again, and she does the same to another man. * * * A First Avenue bar. Packed with young execs and stewardesses, a few secretaries in from Queens. One particular girl has been there ...…

April 12, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 158) • Page Image 21

…1 4 1 1 Y 1 1 I 1 I P, a Where suburbia ends By HOWARD KOHN Lately the people of Novi have been getting pretty damn mad about a scheme to disrupt the suburbs. Not all suburbs. So far just the suburb of Novi. "Well, I cried Sunday and that didn't help," says Mrs. Eileen Howard. Novi sits at the frontier fringe of the Detroit residential ring, about 25 miles north- east of Ann Arbor. Although now only 12,000 people sprawl over its 35 ...…

April 12, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 158) • Page Image 22

…'4 'A u. -I -14 4 b, 4 - IV 4 .. 19 ,,., i Congress is passing some frigh tening legisla tion Bills pending -- * - *4 '4 I -.j -' .t Cartoon by Bill Mauldin from the Chicago Journalism Review PRE-TRIAL DETENTION BILL . A court may imprison a defendant for 60 days before trial, if it determines after a court hearing that his release would threaten the safety of the community, and if there is "substantial prabability that the per...…

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