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Friday, August 1, 1969THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 1
University Players - Michigan Rep-
ertory 69 - Doctor's Dilemma by George
Bernard Shaw: Lydia Mendelssohn The-
eree 0Recital -- Clyn Barrus, viola:
school of Music Recital Hall, 8:00 p~m.
Degree Recital - Carol Teti, organ:
Hill AudItorium, 8:00 p.m.

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Continued from Page 1) THE SAFEGUARD ANTI-BALLISTIC MISSILE SYSTEM
igan State University - is pres- will face a showdown vote in the Senate next Wednesday after-
e ntly involved in another so-called Inoon, by agreement of supporters and opponents,
constitutional autonomy suit now
pending in Ingham County Cil'- Opponents believe that they have 50 votes, one short of a major-
cuit Court. tity, lined up behind amendments which would restrict further worKC
But one source in the Univer- on the ABM to research and development.
sity's legal office said he did not THE PENTAGON announced yesterday a $249.6 million research
believe yesterday's ruling would and development contract to Western Electrc, for continued work
have a significant affect on the on the Safeguard by this chief ABM contractor,
outcome of this other case. He de- * *
dlined to elaborate.
The suit involves Public Act 124 A TAX RELIEF BILL marked by major tax reductions In
of 1965 which requir'es the Re- lower income brackets was sent to the House floor yesterday by
gents to gain approval of the the Ways and Means Committee
Joint Senate-House Committee on The multi-feature tax package will cut taxes by 63 per cent for
Capital Outlay for the architect those earning less than $3,000 annually, with smaller but significant
and building plans for all con-cusfrhgeeang.
stI ctio fuded y te stte.The $6.9 billion revenue loss would be balanced by tax tightening
Aso violved e~i aA number of measures which would affect the oil depletion allowance, real estate
1966 -- that year's higher educa- depreciation, deductions for charitable contributions, and other tea-
tion appropriations bill - as well I ures critiizdas "oopholes."
as the three appropriations bills a *
passed since then, Contested pro- U.S. TROOP STRENGTH in Vietnam has been raised, charged
Visions of these acts have the ef- Sen. Albert Gore, despite President Nixon's promised reductions.
fect of:
- Barring the University fromn Gore was joined by fellow Democratic Senators in criticizing
increasing either the percentage statements made by the President in Saigon Wednesday.
or the number of out-of-s t a t e Gore said that Pentagon weekly troop totals showed an increase
students enrolled; of 800 American soldiers tn Vietnam since over the past week, to
- Prohibiting the Regents from 536,000 men, and that this was 3,500 more servicemen than were In
creath'm new divisions geograph- the war when Nixon took office.
ically separate from the present * * *
cauesn nAnn Arbor, Flint and~ SECRETARY OF STATE William Rogers, unshaken by an
-- Barring the u s e of general attempted knifing in Tokyo yesterday, assured South Korean
operating funds for the construc- leaders In S'eoul of continued American support, desplte troop
ion of buildings, for self-liquid' withdrawals from-Vietnam,
ating projects, or "to establish Before his arrival in Seoul, a knife-wielding Japanese youth who
sial programs ori exand exist- attempted to attack Rogers wa, subdued by security guards, He said
ing soeo pr'ograms alreyody that he was retaliating for the use of bayonets by American soldiers
existing and recognized by t h e against leftist demonstrators last June.
state. Apprehension has been raised in South Korea by President Nix-
The University is presently on's May announcement of the withdrawals, which was coupled with
working under the conditions of a pledge that the U.S. would not become involved in future Asian
PA 124, PA 240 and succeeding brush-fire wars.
appropriations acts, pending a* * *
thslaws. h onttuinliyo CHICAGO POLICE SHOT their way into the Black Panther
The argument fol' constitutional Party state headquarters, wounding three blacks, who were later
autonomy is based on article 8.5 charged with attempted murder.
of the state constitution of 1963: I Five policemen were wounded by shotgun blasts which pdlice
"Each board (the Regents. the say were fired from a window of the building, beginning the gunfight.
MSU Board of Trustees and the One witness supported the claim of a Panther spokesmen that
WSU Board of Governors) shall police and not Panthers had fired first.
have general supervision of its* *
institution and control and direc-
tion of all expenditures from the POISON GAS Is being stored by the United States in West
institution's funds." Germany, the West German government announced yesterday.
-... .- -Following the disclosure of gas storage in Okinawa, the West
Subscribe to German government acceded to public pressure for a discussion with
The ichian ~uilv {American officials about poison gas in Germany which led to yester-

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