Friday, August 15, 1964
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 15
Degree Recital - Sharon Holmes,
violin: School of Music Recital Hall,
Opera - The Merry Wifes of Wind-
sor by Otto Nicolai, Josef Blatt, con-
ductor; Ralph Herbert, stage director:
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater, 8:00 p.m.
Recommendation for Departmental
Honors: Teaching Departments wishing
to recommend tentative August grad-
uates from the College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts, for Honors or
High Honors should recommend such
students by forwarding a letter to the
Director, Honors Council, 1210 Angell,
Hall, by noon, Friday, August 22, 1969.
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Education should forward letters di-
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Room 1513 LS&A Building, by 11:00
a.m., Friday, August 22, 1969.
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RobertiAnthony Schaefer, Nuclear
Engineering, Dissertation: ""On the
Scattering of Laser Light by High Den-
sity Plasmas," on Friday, August 15 at
9:00 a.m. in 315 Auto Lab., North Cam-
pus, Chairman: R. K. Osborn.
William Guy Nash, Zoology, Disser-
tation: "Epigenetic Clustering of the
Genes at the Tip of the X Chromosome
in Drosophila melanogaster," on Fri-
day, August 15 at 10:00 a.m. in 2111
Natural Science Building, Chairman: T.
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India Students Association announc-
es the celebration of Independence Day
at 8 p.m. Aug. 15 in room 3A of the
by 7 let' Aw ia/C1(d Press and (oW Pres efc
"I literally cannot speak, my throat is
choked, my heart bowled over, an hour
after seeing 'La Prisonniere' . . . this had
never happened to me, never, l want to be
by myself I am so moved!"
-Claude Mauriac, Le Figaro, Paris
34 ANTI-WAR PROTESTERS were arrested at the Pentagon
yesterday while they tried to hold a requiem mass for the Viet-
nam war dead.
Pentagon police warned the group, the second in recent weeks
to attempt celebration of a mass inside the building, that they
were violating regulations concerning unlawful assembly.
A priest speaking for the group which included Quakers and
members of the War Resister's League, responded "We'd like to
pray," and refused to leave, leading to the arrests.
THE APOLLO 11 CREW returned to their homes in Houston
yesterday after a cross-country tour during which they were hailed
by millions and hosted at a state dinner by President Nixon.
The three space explorers face another jubilant ceremony in the
Astrodome Saturday night. More extensive travel was hinted at by the
President, who predicted a warm welcome abroad for the moonmen
at an unspecified date.
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U.S. PEACE NEGOTIATORS and South Vietnamese dele-
( gates to the Paris peace talks yesterday denounced a recent
upsurge in the war and expressed concern that Hanoi may be
seeking a military victory rather than a negotiated peace.
U.S. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge charged that while the
U.S. is proceeding with troop pullouts in South Vietnam, the North
Vietnamese are preparing a new offensive.
The North Vietnamese delegation returned the U.S. charge of
obstructing the peace talks and declared the troop withdrawals a
TWELVE ENLISTED MEN who left military service have
been granted sanctuary in a church near the University of Hawaii
The soldiers, who abandoned their military duties to protest "the
injustice tinherent in the American military system," were welcomed
by the congregation's governing board.
The Resistance anti-draft group has pledged non-violent ob-
struction of any attempt to arrest the 12. But arrests have been de-
layed because military police, the FBI and local officials have all
declined to acknowledge jurisdiction in the matter.
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300 TONS OF LETHAL GAS is being shipped by train from
Denver, Colo, to Lockport, N. Y. and Hessmer, La., the Depart-
ment of Transportation disclosed yesterday.
The phosgene gas was purchased from the Army by a private
chemical firm and is being carried under a special permit issued by
the department which does not require gas-tight valve covers and
other safety precautions.
A similar permit was withdrawn last May when Army plans to
transport 21,000 tons of deadly gas to the Atlantic for dumping caus-
ed a public uproar.
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MASSACHUSETTS DISTRICT ATTORNEY Edmund Dinis
said he or a deputy of his would go to Wilkes-Barre, Pa. today to
seek an order for performance of an autopsy on the body of Mary
Kopechne died accidentally last month in a car driven by Sen.
Dinis' initial request for the autopsy was delayed by a Wilkes-
Barre court whitch cited statutes requiring a personal appearance
by Dinis or an agent acting for him in making the request.
Kopechne's parents have announced that they will oppose ex-
humation of their daughter's body.
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