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April 11, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 156) • Page Image 1

…THE POISONING OF AMERICA See Editorial Page Si i& au :4Da itM SUN DAY High--74 Law-35 Sunny, warmer, windy L Vol. LXXXI, No. 156 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Sunday, April 11, 1971 Ten Cents Ten Pages ' U investment priority: Profit or social concerns? By MARK DILLEN Daily News Analysis In an office on the fifth floor of the University Administrations bldg. a small portfolio contains a list of 90 corporations. Occasionally, upon routine a...…

April 11, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 156) • Page Image 2

…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, Apri l 11, 1971 'U' investment: Profit or morality? (Continued from Page 1) At Harvard, Yale, Princeton, the because we felt it improper on University of Pennsylvania a n d public health grounds, but because Stanford - all schools with large it just wasn't good business." endowment funds for investing in Likewise was a previous decis- corporations - student-faculty ion not to invest in companies commi...…

April 11, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 156) • Page Image 3

…CINMA ILD SATURDAY, SUNDAY-APRIL 10, 11 LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS dir. ROGER CORMAN (USA) 1960 "Wet or dry" says Seymour to the hooker, "Give me to eat," says Audrey, Jr. in a Shakespearean-Bur- roughs style epic heralding a hybrid heart-rending herb cruising for humanburgers. And the boy who loved her. In other words "THE PLANET MOVIE." "Leesten, it's not only Zen, it's the Chicken Soup of cinema aesthetics." -s. Berlin page three Ci4c 5143a ...…

April 11, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 156) • Page Image 4

…The (food poisoning of America How food additives earn corporate profits at the eaters' expense By DANIEL ZWERDLING Canterbury, Englan4 ( -- A 23 year old woman starved to death beeause she believed nearly all human food was produced by the suffering of animals, the Canterbury coroner's- court was told. Miss Brenda Holton, an of. flee secretary, had a horror of all meat and other, foods that -s h e, thought had been tainted by chemical s...…

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…Common diseases like cancer and mental retardation may be caused by chronic food additive poisoning -but it will take years to find out. (Continued from Page 4) Canadian experiment wasn't good enough and promised FDA it would carry'out its own studies. So FDA asks the public to hold its breath and' con- tinue swigging brominated vegetable' oils until the Flavor Association fin- ishes its lab tests - hopefully by the end of 1973. To fend of...…

April 11, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 156) • Page Image 6

…Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, April 11, 1971 For Direct Classified Service, Phone 764-0 Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 557 FOR RENT SUBLET IN HOUSE. 3 bedrooms. 761- 1343. 51C78 BUMMER SUBLET - Bi-level-w/ air. Close to campus. RENT NEGOTI- ABLE. 1224 WASHTENAW, No.,1 .769- 6233. 76075 3 BEDROOM furnished apt. in house on. Walnut. Close to arb., hospitals and Central Campus, May to August. Rent flexible, 665-0887. 01080 3 RO...…

April 11, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 156) • Page Image 7

…April 1 1 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven April 11, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Poge Seven or Direct Iu'assi id lAdlService. Ione 764-0557 Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m.-Noon Prof wages campaign against dossier dictatorship' of data files (Continued from Page 6) PERSONAL DON'T POLLUTE YOUR BODY OR YOUR ENVIRONMENT. Use Shacklee organic (made from Soybeans) clean- sers: Basic H (household cleaner - good for campin...…

April 11, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 156) • Page Image 8

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, April 11, 1971 _ ___ NJ) S _.. ''C..R Urdm \Vn- andI wen in frn (Alwhen he took a defenn ew on the seventh. ai nL u h itLPI th ninth, o ano r. AI Uhree: the par-five 13L'h, putting hhn 10 was at 215 strokns Untdr par for the tourna- r and m enta ndt four in z ront of the kk IL 6 vv ti<h V lack t F) 101 F ~ P ~l ~ne \ 0 ~li"' I P 1 The n NIi ka who had been U ;I n i >of ti pace through- I P a amm. i. bgan t...…

April 11, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 156) • Page Image 9

…Sunday, April 11, 1971 ' THE MICHIGAN DAILY ' Helt, Burton shutout EMU, 1-0, 2-0 By BOB ANDREWS The Wolverine diamondmen, led once again by their superlatives pitching, sailed to their third and fourth straight home victories as they swept Eastern Michigan in a twinbill by the scores of 1-0 in eight inningsand 2-0. The two wins gave Michigan a 10-4 over- all record for the season. In the opener, it was the fine pitching of Pete Helt ...…

April 11, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 156) • Page Image 10

…Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, April 11, 1971 The (food) poisoning of America Continued from Page 5 there are harmful substances in foods. So why add more of them?" Jean Mayer suggests we start eli- minating the additives which indus- try puts in the food purely for (dubi- ous) aesthetic value. Start with arti- ficial colors: "They're a marketing tool," admits Trauberman. Without artificial food coloring, orange peels may sometimes loo...…

April 11, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 156) • Page Image 11

… 4 7v r books & the art a magazine of essays and reviews are pizza people p ~ Cheese 1 item 2 item 3 i tem 4 item Deluxe (Ham, Pepperoni, 'Mush- rooms, Onion, Green Pep- SMALL 1.55 1.85 2. 15 2.45 MEDIUM (14'') 2.15 2.45 2.75 3.05 LARGE (16") 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 2.75 3.35 4.50 BONUS! Same price as 4 item pizza per) .1 y S.,p y y a " ; . f :Cd 6C" 4SR ^{d{ PLUS DELI VERY at no extra charge a JOHN SINCLAIR RESPONDS...…

April 11, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 156) • Page Image 12

… . a. I F 4A ,W- l HOW MUCH TO SPEND ON LOUDSPEAKERS' Unfortunately quite a few people feel they have to spend a bundle of money to get really great sounding speakers. At HI-FI BUYS we don't see it that way. Why? The KLH Seventeen costs only $74.95, and two of these are really all you need for a sound you can be proud of. The Seventeen effortlessly produces a rich, full bodied bass and clean, vibrant treble. Compact sized and attractive...…

April 11, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 156) • Page Image 13

…410' 41 t 4 4, 9' 4 A Zinaid a Hippius: Clarifying the mystery (Continued from Page 7) it. Merezhkovsky and his wife found a sympathetic participant in D.V. Filosofov, a journalist and aesthete. They began to cele- brate their private Divine Serv- ices in the Merezhkovskys' apart- ment and to carefully publicize their new "Cause." But from the -start a fatal dissension began to weaken the framework of the church. Hippius was disturbed b...…

April 11, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 156) • Page Image 14

… )a. 4. IN "The Greening of Charles Reich, THE GREEN- ING OF AMERICA, Random House, $7.95. By JIM NEUBACHER It has been evident since the mid-fifties that American tech- nological society produces, along with an abundance of goods and services, a deep and overwhelm- ing sense of alienation and per- sonal powerlessness in many of the citizens who play a role in that society. A number of perceptive social critics have produced books dealing...…

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… 4 a ff, ir A Reich: (Continued from Page 5) the power of the, Corporate State is to live differently npow." Sure. Everyone lights up and the State melts away, because it's really only a product of false consciousness anyway; it repre- sents no real class interest be- cause it is beyond classes; it's developed into a monstrous ogre which is completely out of con- trol and the only way to stop it is to "live differently now." Ev- en the pe...…

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April 11, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 156) • Page Image 18

…k U k adlo CaJat I Folk music: Trying a resurrection On the heights it is warmer then (n '? thinks in the valleys.'. ThI sublime metanhor of Nietz- sche. wich W.J. Turner put to fn( elct in epitomizing Mozart, could have been just as aptly ap- plied to Pablo Casals. In contrast to Mozrt's more disembodied, ethereal warmth, however, Ca- sals' is a searing intensity, per- meatin; his many accomplish- ments with an inner glow. Columbia's...…

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April 11, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 156) • Page Image 20

…°, ss 9 For the nicest choice of fine chinas, crystals,f stainless steel and silver. you will enjoy shopping at the JOHN LEIDY ¢ GIFTS $ 601 -607 E. Liberty St. 668-6779 Ann Arbor . ~ - ::::i .X ":::.: ~ ::~ii:::: Ai ;i...?}:i:+:":".:::;3 i:y:"-3 -it":i HERBIE HANCOCK Profiles of a jazz musician Records: 4 Biggs, Ormady, HERBIE HANCOCK SEXTET Apr. 26-Monday Apr. 27-Tuesday Apr. 28-Wednesday TWO COMPLETE SHOWS EACH NIGHT 9:30 AND 1 1:3...…

April 11, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 156) • Page Image 21

…if t. ANNOUNCES INTERNATIONAL PRESENTATIONS-1971-1972 CHORAL UNION SERIES Hill Auditorium ARTURO BENEDETTI MICHELANGELI, Pianist_.......... .....Mon., Oct. 4 NATHAN MILSTEIN, Violinist ....... ..... . Mon., Nov. 8 SHIRLEY VERRETT, Mezzo-Soprano .................... Thurs., Nov. 18 CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA .........................Wed., Dec. 8 Pierre Boulez, Conductor ANDRES SEGOVIA, Guitarist .............. .............._-Sat., Jan. 22 JACQUELIN...…

April 11, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 156) • Page Image 22

…wM :, A I- is ,W IV A i . May- Festival: Musical welcome t The annual May Festival, pre- snted by the University Musi- cal Society will begin April 29 and continue through May 2. This year's series promises to be one of the best ever pre- sented. The May Festival is the start of the summer music session at the University and brings some of the best classical artists from all over the world to Ann Ar- bor, as well as making use of lo...…

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