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Thursdoy, July 24, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Saturday, July 26-8:30 P.M.
OLYMPIA STADIUM
Tickets: $4 50, $3.50
TICKETS: Olympia Stadium Box Office and all J. L. Hudson stores
In association with Studio Arts
HELD OVER-2nd Big Week

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Day CalendarI
THURSDAY, JULY 24 ,
Speech Conference - Registration: f
Rackham Lobby, 9:00 a.m.t
Audio-Visual Education Center Sud-
mer Previews - Ishi in Two Worlds;
The Way Out and Forgotten American:t
MultipurposeaRoom, Undergraduate Li-t
brary, 3:00 p~m.
University Players - Michigan Rep-
ertory 69 - Much Ado About Nothing
by William Shakespeare: Lydia Men-
delssohn Theater, 8:00 p.m.
Degree Recital - Jean Hettrick, or-
gan: Hill Auditorium, 8:00 p.m.
General Noticest
Astronomy Department V i s i t o r s'<
Nights. Friday; July 25, 8:00 p.m., Aud.I
B, Angell Hall. Richard L. Sears willg
speak on "Old and Young Stars." Ateri
the lecture, the movie "Apollo 10 -E
To Sort Out The Unknowns" and pho-t
tographs of an Apollo flight will be<
shown. Also, the Student ObservatoryE
on the fifth floor of Angell Hall will be
open for inspection and for telescopic-
observations of the moon and Mars.
Children welcomed, but must be ac-
companied by adults.I
August Teacher's Certificate Candi-l
dates: All of the requirements for the(
teacher's certificate must be complet-
ed by August 8th. These requirements1
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include the teacher's o a t h and theI
Placement Office material. The oath
should be taken as soon as possible in
room 200UiestySho.Teof r landing today
fice is open from 8-12 and 1-5, Monday
through Friday.
Regents' Meeting: September 19. (Continued from Page 1) dug from beneath the moon's sur-
Communications for consideration at i fc yteepoin-o eer
this meeting must be in the President's the task of testing rocks plucked face by the explosions of meteor-
hands no later than September 4. from the moon. . ites.
. Packed and sealed into two Exhaustive tests using pulver-
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esby /. lAls ocia/cd Pry. 4,1d Collc,"' Pres Scr ic
THE UNITED STATES reduced its combat commitment in
South Vietnam even further yesterday when it handed over a
Mekong Delta base to South Vietnam's seventh Division.
The fire support base Moore at Cai Lay, 45 miles southwest of
Saigon, is being abandoned by the First Brigade of the U.S. Ninth In-
fantry. Approximately 7.400 soldiers from that' brigade will begin.
leaving for Hawaii in a week.
In all, 25,000 U.S. (soldiers and Marines will have left the war in
Vietnam by the end of August.

.C tu, vJfeiI ]Lvee metal boxes by Armstrong and
GENERAL DIVISION Aldrin in the vacuum of the moon,
3200 S.A.B. the rocks will arrive at the Lunar
Current position openings received by Receiving Laboratory here Friday.
General Division, call 764-7460 for fur- This is the same facility that
ther information will house the astronauts for some
Midwest Research Institute, Kansas wlhous hes o torsme
City, Mo. - Positions for research con- three weeks while doctors make
tracts in areas of biol., Chem., mktg., sure they brought back no lunar
air pollution, pesticide anal, land use, bugs.
recreation, microwave systems, stat.de- After sterilization, the boxes
sign, O.R., Military O.R., Control Sys- will be opened Saturday in a va-
tems. Engineering, Chem and Bus Ad.r
degrees, mostly adv, degrees with re- cuum cabinet. This will be done
search exper. by a technician 1standing outside
- BrComputer and Systemse management the cabinet and extending gloved
personnel, hands into the vacuum.
Local Company - Systems Analyst, The boxes will be tapped first
BS in any sci. area and MA in math,~ for any gases they might contain
PhD desired, exper, 2-3 years in sci.
data process and these will be preserved for
Detroit Public Schools - Sr. Assoc, analysis.
Arch. Engr, degree in arch plus 3 years Officals at the Manned Space-
pref. some school design. Asst. Radio- craft Center here expect that the
TV Engineer, electronics a n ,d broad- f
casting bckrnd, exper in operation and first report, based on what the
installation, scientists see, will be made soon
Offices of Local Organization - Sys- after.
tens and programming, Auditing,Pay-= Next the rocks are to be se-
roll supervision, personnel recruiting,
engineering tech, and others, degrees parated into sample batches for a
and some exper required for most. battery of preliminary tests. Later,
Family Service Agency, Gilion, Ohio specimens will be cut into small
- Director/Counselor, MA in G&C, or
MSW and some exper pref. pieces to go to the 142 principal
State of Connecticut - Human investigators waiting anxiously in
Rights Rep, considerable exper a n d nine countries.
skill in inter-group relations. Medical The investigators, who have 600
Social' Work Consultant, BA p 1 u s 4colbrtsaei th(U td
years or MSW and 2. collaborators, are in the United
City of Detroit - Positions in med- States, England, Japan, Belgium,
ical fields. Several announcements for Australia, Switzerland, Germany,
liberal arts new grads in many areas, Scotland and Finland.
business, museums, publicity, data pro-= h ok ilgv le ote
cess. The rocks will give clues to the
-- ----- origin of the moon, tell whether
USE DAILY CLASSIF1 EDS they were born from volcanoes or

ed and she said, she was forced
to stuff a pillow and blankets
around the frame to keep the draft
out in winter.
City Housing Inspector Dale
Buckland, called to the stand by
Reed, said the apartment was
basically up to housing code stand-
ards except for minor violations
such as a worn extension cord on
one of the washing machines.
Brian Urquhart, attorney for
Campus Management, argued that
Nescot's complaints were "trivial."

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THE WORST INFLATIONARY SPIRAL in the nation in
8 years quickened in June with a six-tenths of one per cent raise
in living costs and the government yesterday offered little hope of
any slowdown soon.
Food prices have continued to rise at an annual rate of 7 per cent
while meat, poultry and fish rose 4.5 per cent in one month alone.
Assistant Commissioner Arnold Chase, of the Bureau of Labor
Statistics, said, "Most other services and c9mmodities also showed in-
creases." Chase declined to predict whether President Nixon's anti-
inflationary measures might soon slow the evaporation of the Amer-
ican's purchase power.
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ized rock will be made with germ-
free mice, with cultures of tissues
from humans and animals, with
living plants, cockroaches, fliep,
algae, shrimp, oysters, guppies and
other species exposed to the rocks
for 30 to 50 days-.

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HONDURAN AIRCRAFT bombed San Salvador's interna-
The hope is that nothing starts tional airport yesterday/ without causing damage, Salvadoran
growing in the cultures, that the minlarorestdy
germ-free mice stay well, and that military sources said.
there are no alterations from the The Honduran planes strafed a border village, Nejapa, without
normal life of all the living things. causing casualties, the military command reported. Nejapa is 10 miles
north of the capital.
The attack was carried out six hours after the end of the 96-hour
cease-fire period imposed by the Organization of American States.
T enan(, t w n Military troops said Salvadoran troops have been ready for battle
in all advanced positions.
cut n ret t El Salvador announced it would not withdraw troops until cer-
Stamconditions are met. The principal condition is a guarantee from
Honduras for the lives and property of some 300,000 Salvadoran
IContinued from Pace 1) nationals living in Honduras.

emu summer theater
Thursday
on a Friday
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roof July 24-26
8:00 p.m.
G EN ERA L ADM ISS ION : $1 .75
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SEN. EDWARD M. KENNEDY'S driver's license was suspended
CORRECTION yesterday. Kennedy is already charged with leaving the scene of
an accident last weekend in which a young secretary was killed.
The Daily reported incorrectly The decision to suspend the license was announced in Boston by
Tuesday that a three-day Re- Richard McLaughlin, state registrar of motor vehicles.
sistance action in April in- McLaughlin said the registry has made "a preliminary finding
eluded an attempt, to organize of fault on the part of Sen. Kennedy, and accordingly, his driver's
a classroom strike. The Resist-
a ctissronms trio.tie Risn-license has been suspended as required by Massachusetts law."
ance actions at no time in-
cluded such a strike. He added the suspension would remain in effect until a hearing
could establish how Kennedy was at fault. After the hearing 'his
license will be either re-instated or revoked depending on the verdict.
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Urquhart noted that Wane
Lighthammer, president of 'Cam-
pus Management, had responded
to Nescot's complaints about the
raw sewage backup as quickly= as
possible and said that after the
plumber came Jan. 8, Lightham-
mier received no more complaints
about the bathtub.
Urquhart also said that Nescot
had not called to complain about
the dirtiness of the apartment last
fall, or about the windows and
screens.
Nescot was the only one of the
three roommates withholding rent,
and Urquhart said the other room-
mates apparently believed the
complaints were not major enough
to warrant withholding rent.
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BACH CLUB
presents
FOOD
and atalk 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.

A SOVIET PROPOSAL for opening a Soviet consulate in San
Francisco in exchange for an American consulate in Leningrad
was accepted by the United States, American officials said yester-
day.
A note accepting the plan was sent to Moscow last Friday, the
sources said. The Soviet Union made its proposal about a year ago but
the Russian invasion of Czechoslovakia in Aug., 1968, delayed the U.S.
answer.
Ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin, the Soviet envoy, renewed his
government's suggestion shortly after the inauguration of President
Nixon. He was told then that the Soviet Union might expect an answer
around mid-summer.
OPPONENTS OF THE SAFEGUARD ANTIBALLISTIC
MISSILE brought their substitute plan before the Senate yester-
day, claiming they have 48 votes-or three short of a majority in
the 100-member body.
Sens. John Cooper (R-Ky) and Philip Hart (D-Mich), leaders of
the bi-partisan opposition, cailed up their amendment to block ABM
deployment but said they will not decide for several days when to
seek a vote.
Cooper said, "the central purpose of the amendment is to
prohibit in the coming year a premature commitment ,to deployment."
Hart and Cooper insisted in Senate speeches their amendment,
limiting the ABM to research, would not delay later deployment of the
Safeguard system, which is scheduled to take place by 1974.
However, Sen. John Tower (R-Tex) said it would delay deploy-
ment at least two years. In addition, Tower said it would force dis-
missal of some 5,000 technical civilian employes hired by contractors
and subcontractors to work on the ABM system.

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GYORGY SANDOR, Pianist
Brilliant virtuoso . ."
-NEW YORK TIMES
(In the fourth and final concert in the Sunnner Series)
D JULY28 at 8:0
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July 25, 26-Friday and Saturday
The Golden Age of Comedy
A compilation of Hollywood's finest farce
LAUREL AND HARDY HARRY LANGDON
BEV TUIRPIN WILL ROGERS

and Loewe-
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AUGUST ,1-2-3
Fuller Rd. Flatlands
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Friday Eve.-Aug. 1-6:30 P.M.
Jimmy "Fast Fingers" Dawkins
* J.B. Hutto and His Hawks "
B.B. King t Fred McDowell 0
"St. Louis" Jimmy Ggden *
Junior Wells
Saturday Workshop-12:00 Noon
Workshops and Lectures
Saturday Eve.-Aug. 2-6:00 P.M.
Luther Allison * Clifton Chenier
* Sleepy John Estes 0 Otis Rush
0 Roosevelt Sykes Muddy Wat-
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