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GENERAL ADMISSION: $1.75
FOR RESERVATIONS: 482-3453
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BUSINESS PHONE: 764-0554

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ENATIONAL ENCRA CORPORATION
N VOfW FOX EASTERN THATRES I M
SH OWING FOX vLL. [
375 No. MAPLE RD -769-1300

Feature Times
1:45-4:.15-
Try6 :45-9:15
Thursday Only
4:15-6:45-9:15

HILARITY SHIFTS INTO HIGH GEAR.
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Eviction
trials
resume
(Continued from Page 1)
mony. Brian Urquhart, attorney
for the management, c al11e d
Wayne Lighthammer, president of
Campus Management to the stand
to testify that Nescot was behind
in her rent and utility payments.
Robert Reed, attorney for Nes-
cot, called city housing inspector
Dale Buckland to the stand. Buck-
land presented a brief history of
inspections at an apartment at
114 Thayer which Nescot rented
from Campus Management.
Buckland said the building was
basically up to code although there
were some minor violations such
as a worn extension cord on one
of the building's washing ma-
chines. Buckland said the viola-
tions were not injuries to the ten-
ants' health, safety or welfare.
After Urquhart cross-examined
Buckland, Reed called Nescot to
the stand, and she detailed some
of her complaints. She, said there
continually was a limited supply
of hot water in the apartment,
The Michigan Daily, edited and man-
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Michigan. News phone: 764-0552. Second
Class postage paid at Ann Arbor, Mich-
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mail.

SGC approves Regents bylaws,
proposes several amendments

DECISION-MAKING ROLE:

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(Continued from Page 1) have not yet been dealt with by Knauss also said he felt the stu-
by SOC would give Central Stu- Oouncil and Assembly. dent publications bylaw already
dent Judiciary the power "upon Under the resolution, one com- had been dealt with through the
request of the defendant, to as- mittee would study the section on report last fall of the media com-
sume original jurisdiction over any student records, while another mittee headed by Law Prof. L.
case brought before a lower judi- would study sections on the Union, Hart Wright and regental action
cial body." the League and student publica- on the student publications ques-j
Under the draft approved by As- tions. tion last January.
sembly CSJ could not assume Both Knauss and SGC President He also noted that the question
original jurisdiction if there was a Marty McLaughlin commented of the League and Union were now
properly established judiciary in that a current draft of policies wide open following the recent'
the school or college competent to concerning student records, which Osterheld report which recom-
hear the case. was written by the faculty Civil mnded both fiscal and decision-
The erson f th byawsap-Liberties Board, could f or1 m an.
'le version of the bylaws ap acceptable basis for the records making reforms in the operation
proved by Council. still includes bylaw.t of the Union,
provision for the creation of abya ..on
University C o u n c i 1, composed
equally of students, faculty and"
administrators, which would make 1S Ute ares over
rules for the University community v
sutjecs no rtifclrat courAsemtebo u inlr l
This section has not been a sub- P ue1h1 usin g ru le
ject of controversy for over a year.
bylaw draft will new take. Con- (Continued from Page 1) 1 ordered us out of their home."
tacted last night, Law Prof. Robert The tenant asked him to speak t Further action is expected, but
Knauss, acting chairman of to her son, Weeks said, and they "it is a good question where we
SACUA, agreed with Council that arranged for a meeting that after- go from here," saue Weeks.
a meeting between Assembly and noon. At this time, Weeks went r At Monday's council meeting,
SGC representatives could be ar- with Barlow, and the two explain- Edwards said he believed Weeks'
ranged. ed the situation and asked how actions "should be the subject
Knauss also suggested that rep- long the tenant had lived in Ann of a Human Relations Commission
resentatives of President Fleming Arbor. or State Civil Rights Commission

THE PENTAGON, acknowledging for the first time that the
United States has deployed war gases overseas, announced yester-
day it is removing chemical weapons from Okinawa.
The Defense Department said, "Preparations are being made to
remove certain chemical munitions, including s o m e toxic agents,
which were moved to Okinawa several years ago as a result of de-
cisions made in 1961 and 1963."
The United States acted to diffuse potential diplomatic problems
with Japan four days after news reports said that 24 U.S. military
and civilian personnel were affected when a container of nerve gas
was broken at a U.S. base on Okinawa.
Until Tuesday the Pentagon admitted that there had been a mis-
hap and that the personnel had been returned to duty after brief med-
ical examination.
GEN. EARLE WHEELER returned from Vietnam yesterday
with a secret report on the war for President Nixon. Indications
were that the military can go along with further troop reductions.
Wheeler, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said the program
to modernize and improve Vietnamese forces to take ove' combat
responsibility "is on schedule."
Wheeler also said United States intelligence experts in Saigon
told him of indications that the North Vietnamese and the Viet Cong
are preparing for another series of attacks which would break the
recent lull in battlefield activity.
However, there has been no break in the month long lull of ac-
tivity though enemy forces pressed harassing attacks against allied po-
sitions yesterday.

Program Information 662-6264

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Sunday-Thursday
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Friday & Saturday
12:30-1 :35-4:45
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might be brought into the discus- Weeks claimed the t
sion at this point, since the by- and daughter-in-law sa
laws iust ultimately go to the with them "a long,
Regents for adoption, time" prior to her app
The SGC resolution also recom- public housing.
mended that two ad hoc commit- "They did not elabor
tees be created to study the pos- cify dates," Weeks sa
sibility of redrafting the four sec- we indicated that this
tions of bylaw number seven which ter we would want to

enant's sonI
aid she lived
long, long
lication for
rate or spe-
aid. "When
was a mat-
verify they

investigation."
Councilman LeRoy Cappaert
(D-Fifth Ward) said yesterday.he
believed that if the woman quali-
fied for public housing on her own,
then it didn't matter if her son
was wealthy, but if influence was
used then it is "reprehensible."

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presents
FOOD
and a talk by
JOHN HARVITH
on
"GASTRON OMICAL
MUSICOLOGY"#
Thursday, July 24, 8 P.M.
Guild House-802 Monroe
Fun! Informal! Friendly!:
Everyone welcome-For further
info, call 761-8291, 665-6806,
663-2827.

DAILY OFFICIAL
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sent in TYPEWRITTEN f or m to
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Notices may be published a maxi-
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James Mason
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Genevieve Page
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Ava Gardner
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Day Calendar Placement Service
WEDNESDAY, JULY 23 GENERAL DIVISION
Audio-Visual Education Center Sum-i 3200 S.A.B.
mer Previews - Reaching Out - The Current position openings received by
Library and the Exceptional Child; General Division, call 764-7460 for fur-
Lisa's World and Stress: Parents with a Cher information.
Handicapped Child: Multipurpose Room Fivecap, Inc., Scottville, Mich. - Ex-
Undergraduate Library,. 3:00 p.m. ecutive Director, MSW or BA plus exper
Botany Seminar: Dr. Dietrich v on as a director plus advisory exper.
Wettstein, University of Copenhagen BattleCreek Camp Fire Girls, Mich.-
will speak on "The Molecular Basis of Executive Director, ave 30 min, BA plus
Chromosome Paring and Crossing-over exper admin plus volunteer.
in an Ascomycete," on Wednesday, Wayne County Circuit Court, Mich.
July 23 1969 at 4:15 p.m., 1139 Nat. Sol. '- Probation Officer, BA major in soc.
Bldg.- sci plus 2 yrs. rel. exper.
University Players - Michigan Rep- Anaconda Wire and Cable Co., N.Y.C.
ertory 69 - Doctor's Dilemma by - Metallurgical Engrs., 3-4 years in
3eorge Bernard Shaw: Lydia Mendels- wire or cable pref.
sohn Theatre, 8:00 p.m. Sears Roebuck and Co., Chicago. Ill-
Degree Recital - John Guy Brault, Tax Law and Tax Acctg., new grads or
saxophone: School of Music Recital exper.
Hall, 8:00 p.m. Belvidere Daily Republican, Ill. -
University Summer Session Orchestra General Assignment reporter, new grad
- Theo Alcantara, conductor: Hill Au- :r alum.
ditorium, 8:00 p.m. Collins Radio Company, Dallas, TexasI
Summer Concert Series - Alexis - Corporate Manager f o r Personnel
Weissenberg, pianist: Rackham Lecture Testing, MA Psych plus bckrnd in con-
Hall, 8:30 p.m. struction and evaluation of industrial
selection tests, travel.
S-.City of Adrian, Mich. - Civil Engin-
Foreign Iisito 5 eer, new grad.
International Atomic Energy Agency,
The following individual can be locations throughout the world - Psy-
reached through the Foreign Visitor sicists, medical scientists, water hudro-
Division of the Visitor and Guest Re- ogists,' radiation chemists and nuclears
Cations Office. Rooms 22-24, Michiganj engineers, under 6 ma. assignments.
Union. Telephone: 764-2148. Kellogg Co., Battle Creek, Mich. -
Dr. Florencio Blanco; Director, Path- Publicity and public relations work, BS
alogy Laboratory, Universite Nacional Journ plus 3-10 years.
del Nordeste, Corrientes, Argentina. Ju- Armour Industrial Chemical Co., Chi-
Ily 26-30. eago and oither locations - All areas of
Sengrg, exper, mktg. assoc, MBA, Per-
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John Raymond Kreick, Physics Dis-GA
sertation: "The Role of Potentials in O +A I A I -
Quantum Electrodynamics," on Wed-
nesday, July 23 at 10:00 a.m. in 618 P-A
Bldg., Chairman: R. R. Lewis, Jr.N
EThomas Richard Herzog, Psychology,'..:.......$:=: '%":' r{ "::ir
Dissertation: "The Effects of Set on the
Development of a Percept," on Wed- JULY 22, 1969
nesday, July 23 at 2:00 p.m. in 3419 U of M Chess Club Meeting, July 23,
Mason Hall, Chairman: Stephen Kap- at 7:30 p.m. in room 3G of the Union.
tan. *
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Read and Use , 10:00 p.m. -1511 Washtenaw Avenue
Midweek Devotion, The Rev. Richard
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THE SENATE DEMOCRATIC POLICY COMMITTEE reaf-
firmed its position yesterday that extension of the surtax must be
tied to tax reform but decided to discuss the situation further with
the Nixon administration.
The committee's decision was made at a 2% hour closed session.
It followed a personal plea from President Nixon and top officials -
as well as a team of former secretaries of the Treasury - for quick
action on the surtax.
Senate Democratic leader Mike Mansfield of Montana said, "The
situation remains the same, pending further discussions I dill have
with the administration and the. Senate Finanbe Committee."
SEN. EDWARD M. KENNEDY apparently reversed himself
yesterday and said he would issue a statement at "the appro-
priate time" about the auto accident that claimed the life of a
secretary.
Sources close to Kennedy had said earlier in the day that he
might never issue public statement on the wreck. The sources who
asked not to be identified, commented in a series of interviews.
Kennedy was driving a car that skidded off a bridge into a pond
early last Saturday on Chappaquiddick Island near Martha's Vine-
yard.
Police say the accident occured about 1 a.m. though Kennedy
made no report to police until almost 10 a.m. He has been charged
with leaving the scene of an accident. A show-cause hearing has been
scheduled for July 28.
* '. *
PRESIDENT NIXON asked Congress yesterday for authority
to appoint a strong executive to head the Interstate Commerce
Commission.
Claiming overhaul of the ICC is long overdue, Nixon said the
commission's work is hampered by lack of continuity and leadership
under the present system.
The current chairman of the 11-man commission, Democrat Vir-
ginia Mae Brown, gave her support to the President's proposal.
Under Nixon's plan the president would designate the chairman
from the eleven members. Currently, the chairmanship is rotated
annually.
* * *
FORTY NATiONAL GUARDSMEN were called into York,
Pa., last night as a curfew went into effect, following six days of
sniper fire.
Gov. Raymond Shafer's order to deploy state National Guard
units throughout the city came in the wake of the fatal shooting of
a 27-year-old black woman.
Meanwhile, National Guardsmen restored relative calm in Colum-
bus, Ohio, after racial disturbances left one man dead.
Columbus'police say the trouble followed a neighborhood dispute
Monday in which a black man was shot to death. The white pro-
prietor was charged with second degree murder.
*
THE STUDENT NONVIOLENT C OORDINATING COM-
MITTEE yesterday announced it had dropped "Nonviolent" from
its name.
H. Rap Brown was' put back in charge of the group, whose new
name is Student National Coordinating Committee-still SNCC.
SNCC, said Brown, will "no longer be hindered or hampered by
'nonviolent' in the organization's name."
In Washington hearings last month, staff investigator Philip
Manuel of the Senate Permanent Investigations subcommittee testified
that SNCC had ceased to be nonviolent in 1965 with the election of
Stokely Carmichael as national chairman, and the rise of Brown in
the leadership ranks.
I"LET IT SUFFICE TO
SAY THAT ILiS A
MASTERPIECE.".PLAo

UNIVERSITY PLAYERS'

Micigan epertor 69 Is a Hit!
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
"a whacking good good christening"
"skill and wit"t
"a thundering start"--ANN ARBOR NEWS
"abundant laughter"
"gaudy vitality"
"highly entertaining"-MICHIGAN DAILY
HOGAN'S GOAT
"builds in intensity. . . to a shattering climax"
"passion and sensitivity''
"powerful and gripping work"-ANN ARBOR NEWS
"confident and controlled"
"the staging was particularly rich"
"this repertory company has distinguished itself"-MICHIGAN DAILY
DOCTOR'S DILEMMA
"a thorough delight"
"smooth and deft"
"a virtual textbook of effective technique"-ANN ARBOR NEWS
a puzzling and therefore interesting play"
"a solid evening of entertainment"
"an important kind of complex experience"-MICHIGAN DAILY
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"enthusiastic versatility. . consistently solid acting"-DAILY
"emphasis on ensemble playing has paid off royally"-NEWS
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