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Saturday, July 26, .1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Box Office Open: Week days 12:45-4:30 p.m.
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July 25, 26-Friday and Saturday
Te Golden Aeof Comedy
A compilation of Hollywood's finest farce
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SATURDAY, JULY 26
University Players - Michigan Rep-
ertory~ 9-Doctor's Dilemma by George
3Bernard Shaw: Lydia Mendelssohn
Theater, 8:00 p.m.
Degree Recital - Alex Chrnil. tenor :
School of Music Recital Hall, 8:00 p.m.
SUNDAY, JULY 27
University Players - Michigan Rep-
ertory 69 - Much Ado About Nothing
by William Shakespeare: Lydia Mendel
ssohn Theater, 8:00 p.m.
Degree Recital - Richard Anderson,
organ: Hill Auditorium Theater, 8:00
p.m.

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Alfred, Hitchcock's

MONDAY, JULY 28
Audio-Visual Education Center Sum-
mer Previews - Search and Privacy;
Bill of Rights in Action- Freedom of
Speech; Revolving Door and The Hand:
Multipurpose Room, Undergraduate Li-
brary, 3:00 p.m.
National Music Camp Symphonic'
Band - George C. Wilson, conductor
and Col. William F. Santelmann, guest
conductor: Hill Auditorium, 8:00 p.m.
Summer Concert Series - Gyorgy
Sandor, pianist: Rackham Lecture Hall,
8:30 p.m.
Doctoral Exams
Donald Patrick Draine, Education,
Dissertation: "A Study of Institutional
Research and a Survey of Its Accep-
tance by Administrators in Selected
Colleges," on Monday, July 28 at 1:30
p.m. in Center for Study of Higher Ed-
ucation, Chairman: J. L. Doi.
Placement Service.
GENERAL DIVISION
3200 S.A.B.
Placement Interview at General Di-
vision: Please call 763-1363 for appoint-
nents. Literature available on the or-
ganization, at 3200 S.A.B.
Tuesday, July 29, Morning Only, Will
Stay PM If Enough Applicants: Perin-
enant and summer positions:
Internal Revenue Service, Detroit Dis-
trict - Seeking gen.. lib. arts majors
for govn't. Income tax positions, Tax
Technician, Revenue Officer and Rev-
enue Agent. Bckrnds in business and
accounting preferred, not required.
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through Saturda morning. Subscrip-
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mail.
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The .Daily
Sports",Staff

THE APOLLO 11 ASTRONAUTS cruised toward Hawaii yes-
terday as the first lunar rocks were being prepared for testing by
scientists in Houston.
Astronauts Armstrong, Collins and Aldrin remained in their
quarantine van aboard the USS Hornet as the ship sailed for a 2 p.m.
EDT arrival in Hawaii. William Carpentier, a doctor sharing the
isolation chamber with the space crew, treated an inflammation in one
ear of Neil Armstrong, but said the ailment was not serious and was
not an indication of contamination from the lunar surface. Carpentier
reported the ailment is completely cured and probably resulted from
a concentration of fluid in Armstrong's ear due to gravity and pressure
changes during the mission.
The quarantine van will be lifted onto a truck which will transport
the men to Hickam Field. An Air Force C141 transport will complete
the journey with a non-stop flight to Houston. The astronauts are
scheduled to arrive at the Manned Spacecraft Center at 2:35 a.m.
Sunday.
Meanwhile, a white sealed box of rocks and core samples from the
moon arrived at the Lunar Receiving Laboratory in Houston yesterday.
The specimen containers wereweighed, sterilized, and placed in double
biological isolation to await opening and extensive testing.
The first test to be carried out on the precious specimen will be
collection and analysis on the gases surrounding the samples to check
for radioactive emissions and identifiable substances, a process which
may take an hour tp an hour and a half.
OPPONENTS OF THE ABM SAFEGUARD system appealed
to the Senate yesterday to delay voting so they can present secret
data which would further their case against the missile program.
Sens. Albert Gore (D-Tenn) and J. W.'Fulbright (D-Ark) joined
in urging no vote until after next week. Fulbright said in a speech to
the Senate that he had new information about the effects of radiation
on the ABM radar guidance system. Fulbright said reports in his pos-
session which he may use as the basis of calling another secret session,
indicate a device called a precourser could disable all ABM radar
systems and render the network worthless.
Gore implied some of the report was compiled by the President's
Science Advisory Board and the Institute for Defense Analysis, a
Pentagon "think tank." Gore said it was "somewhat remarkable"
that no studies supporting the ABM have been received from such
groups.
SECRETARY OF LABOR GEORGE P. SHULTZ yesterday
cautioned that spiraling wages and prices couldput many workers
and companies out of business when President Nixon's anti-in-
flation policies take hold.
Shultz warned that unions and companies negotiating long-term
excessive wager increases could be left out on a limb with goods too
high priced to sell, resulting in layoffs. The labor secretary em-
phasized he was not trying to tell management and labor how to
negotiate contracts, but indicated he had reservations about 15 per
cent wage increases being written into construction contracts.
Shultz's remarks were the strongest warning yet against inflation
from the Nixon Administration.
THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION accused supermarket
chains yesterday of hiking prices for poor city dwellers while
funneling prize money to more competitive suburban stores.
A report of surveys taken in Washington and San Francisco stated
that what amounts to de facto discrimination can add as much as 10
cents on a dollar to poor people's food bills.
The FTC investigators also found that seven or eight per cent of
the items in urban supermarkets bore different prices-usually higher
-than the chain's posted prices for the area.
The report cited Safeway Stores, Inc. as a supermarket chain
which handed out $1000 eachi to 48 persons in, the Washington area in
a promotional contest. Only two prizes were awarded in urban-area
stores, the report stated. FTC economist W. F. Mueller said that the
findings exceed the probabilities of chance many thousandfold.
"LET IT SUFFICE TO
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AUGUST 1-2-3
Fuller Rd. Flatlanids
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Friday Eve.-Aug. 1--;30 P.M.
Jimmy "Fast Fingers" Dawkins
" J.A. Hutto and His Hawks "
B.B. King " Fred McDowell "
"St. Louis" Jimmy Ggden 0
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 " Otis Rush
" Roosevelt Sykes Muddy Wat-
ers " Howlin' Wolf
Sunday Afternoon-I1:30 A.M.
Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup " Big
Joe Williams 0 Magic Sam "
Freddie King " "St. Louis" Jim-
my Oden 0 Roosevelt Sykes "
"Big Mama" Mae Thornton
Sunday Eve.-Aug. 3-6:00 P.M.
James Cotton " Lightnin' Hop-
kins " Son House r Sam Lay @
Charley Musselwhite " T-Bone
Walker
TIMELY THOUGHTS
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4 Concerts...........$14
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GEORGE COKOR'S
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