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Thursday, August 7, 1969

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LAST TIMVES THIS WEEK
MICHIGiAN REP ERTORiY
'69
John Webster's
oThe Duchess' f Mauil
Thursday-Sunday;
;August 1-10
All Performances 8:00
IAir Conditioned Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre

THIURSD)AY, AGS
Aipdio-isual Etc ; tion Center Sm
Smer lPreviews -- Red Bloo:P 1det
the Sea and He~l for Ur! i: utpr
Room, Undergrad uate iLibr, " :00;p.m.
1University Players - iha a-
ertory 69- The Duc.hes fMaib
John Webster: Lydia IMater, 8:00 The-
rGilber~t and Sullivan Society -Pant
Y o u r Wagon by Lerner and oowe
!Trueblood Auditorium, f8:[00;p m.
Degree Recital - Buryoc eerf a,
clarinet: School cof Musi-c Fr: ia ill

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ditorium. All graduates of 1 l e19
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ceremony. Please enter League at wet
entrance.
Tickets: Four to each prospective rad
uate, to be distributed from Moy28nday.yAgst9 si ?'1;
Department, 1518 L.S. & A. Buildqi,
except on Saturday, August 2, we f
fice will be closed.
Academic Costume: May be reimc a
Moe Sport Shop, 6711 North 'Unaive r x
Avenue. Orders should be ,placedime
diately, and MUST be placerdbefr
July 19.

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1bjh Associaicda Pressi and Colege Press Seric
A DRIVE TO KNOCK SURTAX EXTENSION out of the tax
reform bill failed in the House yesterday as debate opened on the'
combined tax tightening and relief measure.
The House voted to accept its Rules Committee's decision that the
massive tax bill will not be subject to amendment.
In addition to tax tightening and relief, the measure contains a.
provision to extend the income tax surcharge at 5 per cent from an,
1 through June 30.
Opponents wanted a chance to knock out this provision without
voting against the whole bill.
t A vote is expected today on the bill combining a $6.8 billion shut-
down of tax preferences with a promise of $9.2 billion tax relief, large-"
ly for low and middle income recipients.
'r DISTRICT ATTORNEY EDMUND DINIS said yesterday h
would proceed on his own with an inquest into the auto acident
of Sen. Edward Kennedy.
Dinis said he would also seek an autopsy of the young woman
who was killed In the mishap.
Dinis made the announcement shortly 'after the third Judge he
had asked to call the inquest declined to do so pending clarification
of the district attorney's request.
Under state law, Dinis miay either ask for an inquest or require'
one. Edgartown District Court Judge'James Boyle, the third judge, to
turn down Dints' request, wanted to know which way Dnis was pro-
ceeding.
Sj PRESIDENT NIXON will unveil tomorrow a, federal-revenue
sharing plan, but it would provide the cities and states with barely
> enough funds to give the program a respectable start.
j Men in the administration predicted privately that only about
,a half-billion dollars-about $10 million per state-would be taken
from the Treasury's tax income to supplement the revenues of hard-
pressed state and local governments.
State-city needs are rising more rapidly than the federal budget,
}and in view of the tax-cutting mood of Congress it is unlikely, of-
ficials agreed, that the so-called fiscal dividend can be increased
substantially for some years.
One high official said, "Once revene-sharing is n the lawv books,
the cities and state~ will themselves become powerful claimants fo
federal funds."
MARINER 7 sent back exceptional pictures of snow on Mai'
south polar cap yesterday, although the spacecraft lost radio
contact for eight hours last 'week and its flight path was nt as_
planned.
Preliminary estimates were that the photos taken were well north
of the region desired, But examination of the pictures yesterday showed
Mariner I had its two cameras right on target.
NCharles Kohlhase, in charge of aiming the cameras, said doubt
was raised because "as late as three hours before the time of the
closest approach, no one could be sure of the exact flight path.
Scientists will make tests until Mariner 7 goes beyond radio range
in mid-August to determine what happened last week when the space
craft went silent for almost eight hours.
PRESIDENT NIXON yesterday proposed federal Job safety
and health rules designed to, cut the annual toll of some '4000
deaths and two million disabling injuries of American workes,
The proposed bill would set up a National Occupational 'Safety
and Health Board to work with the states in enforcing a broad range
of health and -safety regulations.
The bill would provide 90 per cent federal funding plus 50 der
cent of administrative costs and delay mandatory enforcement until
July 1, 1972. This would give the states time and money to expnd
and improve their job health and safety programs.
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THlE APOLLO 11 ASTRONAUTS completed their "I1-dy
debriefing period yesterday, talking through a glass wal in the
lunar receiving laboratory with 40 scientists.
During this time, other scientists prepared to kill a group of
mice in a search for possible damage from lunar dust circulating
in their veins..
The astronauts are scheduled to remain in quarantine until 3 a.m.
EDT Monday while doctors watch for signs of illness or lunar organ-
lisms.

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