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On October 12, 1968, an impromptu pass play, a tipped MSU aerial,
and a pair of broken tackles shoved the Wolverines to their first
victory in a conference opener in four years. Michigan defeated the
Spartans 28-14. On the political field, then-Senator Eugene McCarthy
endorsed Senator Edmund Muskie for vice-president, but refused to
endorse Hubert Humphrey for the presidency.
Happen ings.*
. if you are interested in volunteer work at the University
Hospital, be sure to attend an information session this morning at 10 in
room S5310 of the main hospital, call 764-3210 to save a place ... if
working in Washington is more to your liking, there are jobs available
through the Public Service Intern Program. Applications for the jobs,
which include work in congressional offices, interest groups and the
mass media, are available at 3200 Student Activities Building . . . at
noon, Yugoslavian violinist Miha Pogachnik, accompanied by Tiborne
Szasz, will perform in the Pendleton Room of the Michigan
Union.. . also at noon, Professor Franklin Ford of Harvard will
informally discuss his recent work on assassinations in history at 5208
Angell Hall . . Robert Tisch of tax-cut fame will speak at 12:30 in the
Lawyer's Club Lounge. . . take a break until 4 p.m. when five-time
world champion Jimmy Caras will show off his billiards skill in the
Union Ballroom. Caras will play again at 8 p.m. . . . travel to Lilliput
with Dr. William, Kelly of the Geology Department when he speaks on
"Electron Scanning the World of Inclusions -- A Return to Lilliput:"
Coffee at 3:30, lecture at 4 p.m. in 4001 C.C. Little ... Hebrew
University Professor Gershon Shaked will discuss "Jewish Themes in
Modern Israeli Theater" at 4 p.m. in 3050 Frieze Building . . . at 6:30
p.m., play Robin Hood at the Coliseum, where the Archery Club will be
giving free lessons. Equipment is provided. . . the Environmental
Law Society will show the film "Age of Alaska" at 7 p.m. in room 138 of
Hutchins Hall in the Law, School . . . the Advocates for Safe
Alternatives in Childbirth will hold their monthly meeting at the
Westwood Foundation, 602 E. Huron at 7 p.m. . . . also at 7, Lawrence
Weiler of the U.S A rms Control and Disarmament Agency will speak on
"Agenda for Disarmament: Salt II and Beyond" in the Lawyer's
Club.. . Andrew Carriga will read poetry at 7:30 p.m. at the Guild
House, 802 Monroe ... local members of Eckankar will present an
introductory lecture, "Beyond Past Lives and Present Limitations,"
at 7:30 p.m. at the Ann Arbor Public Library . .. At 8 p.m., Professor
William Frankena will conclude his lecture series on Morality at the
Rackham Assembly Hall. "Why Be Moral?" is the subject of the
talk.., wrap up your day by attending a meeting of the Michigan
Ecomoniq Society at 8 p.m. in room 301 of the Economics Building.
On the outside...
Another day of mild temperatures is expected, with the high today
near 701. Look for partly sunny skies most of the day. The low tonight
will be around 500.

meet in D.1
WASHINGTON (AP) - Three lines
to be drawn in the sands of the Sinai
represent the major obstacles as Egypt
and Israel move their peace talks to
American soil today.
President Carter plans to welcome
the foreign and defense ministers of
both countries in a brief, ceremonial
opening session of the continuing
negotiations that were begun at the
Camp David summit.
FOLLOWING THE ceremony, the
talks are scheduled to move across the
street to Blair House, the government's
guest residence, where Secretary of
State Cyrus Vance plans to represent
the United States.
AMERICAN OPTIMISM about the
outcome of the talks is grounded in the
belief that the difficult issues between
the two countries were resolved at
Camp David and in the Israeli Knesset.
The issues remaining involve largely
drawing lines on a map of the Sinai, the
desert territory which Israel captured
from Egypt in 1967, and has now agreed
to return.
ONE LINE, to be drawn roughly 30
miles east of the Suez Canal, will mark
the closest point that Egyptian troops
are to be allowed to approach the Israeli
border.
Another, ranging from 12 miles to 25
miles west of the Israeli border, will
delineate a demilitarized zone open
only to U.N. troops and civilian
police.
The third, drawn roughly down the
middle of the Sinai region, will mark
the point to which Israel must withdraw
its troops on an interim basis within
nine months of the signing of a final
agreement. Full Israeli withdrawal
must take place between two andthree
years after the signing of the treaty.
THE CAMP DAVID summit
produced solutions to problems that
American officials felt were much,
more difficult, such as Israel's
willingness to remove its settlements
from the territory. The Knesset agreed
to the proposal after Prime Minister
Menachem Begin returned from Camp
David.

Israelis, Egyptians to

today

If the Washington talks go as
planned, and the interim withdrawal
takes place, Israel and Egypt are
commited to establishing normal
economic and diplomatic relations,
opening a new era in the Middle east.
But there are external problems
which could arise, American officials'
said Wednesday, beginning with the
still simmering disputes over the
second portion of the Camp David
agreements, which covered the West
Bank and the Gaza Strip issues.
In theory, the two agreements could
proceed on separate tracks. There is
nothing in their language which links
progress on one to progress on another.
But, as Carter told his news
conference Tuesday, there will likely be
some discussions of the West Bank and
Gaza issues during the Washington
talks.
Daily Official Bulletin

The Michigan Daily-Thursday, October 12, 1978-Page3
THIS IS IT!
TODAY at 4 PM and 8 PM
Free pocket billiard exhibition
with ... .JIMMY CSRRS
5-time world champion
at the
Michigan Union Ballroom

ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE MAJORS
DON'T
GRADUATE
without talking to the
Hughes Recruiter visiting
your campus soon.
Contact your placement office
for interview dates.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1978

Daily Calendar:
Physica/Astronomy: L. C. O'Raifeartaigh, Dublin
Institute for Advanced Studies and Syracuse
University, "Structure of Spontaneous Symmetry
Breakdown," 2038 Randall Lab., 4 p.m.
Guild House: Andrew Carrigan, reading from his
book The Threshold of heaven, 802 Monroe, 7:30 p.m.
LSA: Distinguished Faculty Series, William K.
F'rankena, "What Is Being Moral? "Rackham
Amp., 8p.m.

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HUGHES

Creating a new world with electronics
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M/F

GiI( INTERNATFIONALJ

Saturday, Oct. 14
PARTY ... (International)
INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL EVE
PARTY
8:00 PMAlice Lloyd Hall;
Admission: Student/Staff ID and $1
Sunday.-Oct.15
SOCCER FESTIVAL
Venue-PALMER FIELD
12 noon: New games and tug of war
1:30: SOCCER CONTESTS
Junior.. . Elem. Schools
Inter.... High Schools
Senior. .. Clubs
GUEST OF HONOR: Pres. Fleming
Monday, Oct. 16
films***
From the various parts of the world.
7 PM RACKHAM AMPHITHEATRE

Wednesday, Oct. 18
SYMPOSIUM
LATIN AMERICA-EXTERNAL
THREATS AND INTERNAL PRESSURES
Speakers: Mouricio Font
Amaury De Souza
7:30 PM RACKHAM AMPHITHEATRE
Thursday, Oct. 19
SYMPOSIUM
AFRICA-DILEMMAS OF THE
CONSTITUENCIES AND THE
CHALLENGE
Key Speaker-Prof. Ali Mazrui
Supporter-Josue, N.-technology
-Emo, E. -Media
Drumbeat-
7:30 PM RACKHAM AMPHITHEATRE

OCTOBER
1978
Friday, Oct. 20
EXCURSION
Detroit Inst. of Art and
Science Center
Contact International
Center for details.
Departure... 12 noon-764-9310
DINNER . . . ,(International) AT
BBETHLEHEM CHURCH OF CHRIST:
ANN ARBOR-call Ecumenical Cam-
pur Center-662-5529 for reserva-
tions.
Saturday, Oct. 21
10:00-11:00 p.m.
EXHIBITION
TRADITIONAL ARTS AND CRAFTS.
At ALICE LLOYD HALL, 100
Observatory Rd.A,
Sunday, Oct.22
EXHIBITION
EXHIBITION CONTINUES
10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LIX, No. 31
Thursday, October 12 1978
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Career Planning &I

Placement presents

Summer Business Intern Program
in New York 9 Detroit " Chicago
MASS MEEiMN
TgursdayOct, t2
Rockhkm Aud., 7p.m.
Paid positions in accounting, marketing, finance,
advertising, public relations, and general business.
Sorry, LS&A sophs, jrs. and srs. only

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THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY
BEST CLLARS

interested Students and Faculty Invited
PRE-LAW DAY
THURSDAY, OCT. 19-1 PM-5 PM
2nd Floor Michigan League
Unique opportunity to visit with admissions officers and deans
from over 50 U.S. law schools. . . Information and assistance
on admissions, pre-law preparation, career opportunities,
etc.

Sponsored by the Pre-Professional Office

FOREIGN STUDENT DINNER

OCTOBER 20th-6 p.m.
Sponsored by the
ECUMENICAL. CAMPUS CENTER

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PROGRAM:
International Music and Dances
Dinner and Conversation

ALL FOREIGN STUDENTS & SCHOLARS ARE

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