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Program Information 8-6416
IT'S SO FANTASTIC
YOU FIND YOURSELF
FEELING SORY
FOR EN
THE BA US

TODAY AT
Oh wher ehavMe you
been B IL LY JACK,
BIL L Y J A CK? Oh
where hove you been
Charming Billy?

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

Friday, February 11, 1972

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This Friday, Saturday & Sunday:
This is his most impressive synthesis of romantic power,
personal vision, and cinematic control. Marcello Mastrol-
anni plays a film director searching for his next project,
his memory flooded with imagesk and events out of his life.
"HIS GREATEST FILM"-Geo. Mast, History of the Movies
7:00 & 9:30 each night-3 nights, 6 shows
NEXT WEEKEND!
UN.-CHABROL'S LA FEMM INFIDELE

news briefs
by The Associated Press
FUIIT RAES yRSes raterdywrfonthe r Porce Commris-
siotiiter cod tighte preuaty. fuuert icess
Affcte rcie virtl arivate evile, gas, the lephone antl-
grph aroatd alnte .an nerct businglte and tckigman es.
The commsin dfnt wilrol fousday of spubicg hearingdn te-
suetin rder toeate morine, exlctueines aut hearingthne n
viwsofng on.cer nd publiCissiron Chatirman CJakoGry
FOA MOEPROSECTS fo ailate rnearsorrietl th e feea
activitse wre chsen yesterday.b h tt urm or.
Six prospetiv uioss ar nw oala for te leNotlutile
16mi are seece ano the panele coemrted and stimny eucn
Thensen defendantsn arne acce of sc heigt iaps resi-n
dentisa, adviser enury Kissaine blwn phaigtnesi

Two British soldiers killed;
strife continueRs in Belfast
s Prtestan majsoty to stndoee in thefascegoffgowngy mil-
in a hospital, bringing the death toll since August 1969 to 243. Thirty-
seven have died this year.
Gun battles and bomb explosions wounded five persons in Northern
~ Ireland Wednesday night, including a 14-year-old boy shot by soldiers.
Faulkner, addressing a rally of~
his Protestant-based rulingUnion-
political activity and wild specula-
tion" which has been set off by ~
**.*. reports that the British govern -
ment is planning a new initiative I1aVaU 8IIUI0I
II intended to end the violence in

THE FEDERAL VALUE-ADDED tax proposal came under -A________te -rss
study by the Advisory Committee on Intergovernmental Relations A BRITISH SOLDIER guards firemen as they attempt to control
Comtteey chimnRbr era siae h td fte a blaze at a Belfast, Northern Ireland, store yesterday. A bomb
Commtte chirma RoertMeriam stiate thestuy o th explosion was blamed for the fire.
tax, which would yield about $18 billion annually, would be completed __ ______
within six months to a year.
A value-added tax proposal is used in Europe and has been AMA OBJECTS:
criticized on the grounds that it is regressive, hitting lower-income

persons the hardest.
MARIJUANA has proven to be less harmful than both alcohol
and tobacco, John Finlator, former deputy director of the Bureau
of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, said Wednesday.
He also said jailing youths for smoking marijuana "is just as
wrong as hell."
John Ingersoll, director of the BNDD, said yesterday that Finlator
had never expressed such an opinion while in office and that his
current stand came as a total surprise.
* *( *
A CROWD OF DEMONSTRATORS, estimated by police at
3,500 to 4,000, marched in subfreezing temperatures around the
Virginia Capitol in Richmond Thursday to protest the court-
ordered consolidation of Richmnond-area schools.
The marchers stomped their feet, chanted slogans and sang
songs to keetp warm. Store employes and customers along their route
watched and waved, and someone threw confetti from a building.

doctors to list fees
WASHINGTON (JP - The Nixon administration yesterday proposed
health insurance regulations that would require doctors, hospitals and
nursing homes to maintain fee schedules for public inspection.
The proposal was contained in a package of amendments sent
to Congress that were designed to tie-in with President Nixon's health
insurance legislation.
Other provisions would require states to regulate health insurance
companies, protect consumers against failing carriers and force
insurers to disclose the percentage of premiums allocated for claims.
The American Medical Association (AMA) announced earlier It
would fight the fee posting plan. The AMgA, with 205,000 members,
contenrds a similar requirement
under the President's wage-price ee
controls will have no effect on N x n a m
health care costs which last year N i n a iin
rose at a rate nearly double the
cost of liin incrase

Northern Ireland.
This initiative is reported to in-
clude political concessions to Nor-
thern Ireland's Catholic minority
and reduction of the internment
without trial of suspected terror-
ists fighting to bring the British
province under the rule of the
overwhelmingly Catholic Irish Re-
public.
The opposition Social Demo-
cratic and Labor party in North-
ern Ireland has vowed not to
participate in any talks with Brit-
ain until internment is ended. Most
Catholics back this position.
British Prime Minister Heath's
men have decided already against
abolishing internment. But one of-
ficial said, ''We think we can tink-
er with it a bit," by allowing the
release or trial of political and
minor offenders.
Meanwhile bombs planted by
gunmen disrupted downtown Bel-
fast and the center of Armagh
and British troops skirmished with
roaming mods of youths in Coalis-
land. Security authorities bame
Army (IRA).
British authorities have forecast
a stepup in the IRA's guerrilla
fight to take over Northern Ire-
land, involving heightened f i r e
power and greater expertise.
istration may
Bangladesh

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presents TONIGHT ONLY
THE THREE-PENNY OPERA
Dir. by G.W. Pabst, 1931. A blue-ribbon film
with LOTTE LENYA
BERTOLDT BRECHT'S extraordinary play is trons-
formed into film with music by Kurt Weill. SHORT:
Cinderella
Architecture Auditorium
7 & 9p.m 75c

Grads & Undergrads
iludin
Civil Liberties (3)
Research Pol ic ies (3)
Student Relations (4)
University Relations (4)
at
SOC Offices, 3-X, Michigan Union
Ask for a P.I.B. Form

reconidere
SWASHINGTON (A) - A De
fense Department official indicat-
ed yesterday the Pentagon may
have second thoughts over t h e
Navy's rejection of two women
candidates for the Naval Acad-
emy.
Donald Miller, deputy assistant
secretary of defense for e q u a 1
opportunity, told a news confer-
ence his office is looking Into the
matter and he "may very well"
discuss the issue with Secretary
of the Navy John Chafee.
Chafee Tuesday turned d 0- WnI
the congressional appointments of
two girls for next fall's class at
Annapolis. The secretary explain-
ed that thedmajority of the ad-
assignments at sea which, .he
said, are denied to women by law.
Both Sen. Jacob Javits (R-N.Y.)
and Rep. Jack McDonald (R-
Mich.), said they would introduce
legislation to change the law so
that women may attend the mili-
tary academies. Javits and Mc-
Donald each nominated a woman
to Annapolis.
Javits said no alternate will be
selected for Barbara Jo Brimmer,
17, eo Staatsburg, N Y who w as
Brinner, Javits nominated David
J. Rossetti, of Bay Shore, N.
Javits named nine alternates for
Rosetti's appointment In case he
was rejected but none for Miss
Brimmer 's spot.
Donald has written to Chafee to
appeal his decision.
Schoen said earlier this week
that she was "not surprised" by,
Chafee's ruling. She expressed
hope, however, that her efforts
would "open doors for other wo-
men."
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Program Information 662-6264
HELD OVER-
4TH WEEK!
Open 1 p.m. doily
Shows-at 1:15-3:10-
Feature 5 minutes later

t Inapaing the Price Coin
mission rule, which also limited
physicians to an average 2.5 per
cent fee increase, the AMA said,
"It is simply not practicable for a
physician to arive at a schedule
of prices for each and every one
of the numerous services he may
be called upon to render.'
The administration amendments
would require annual independent
audits of health insurance c a r.-
iiers and self-insured employers,
not required now in any state.
The federal government would be
authorized to step in if states
failed to act on regulations.

WASHINGTON (AP) - T h e
Nixon administration is weigh-
ing diplomatic recognition of
Bangladesh as part of a broad
review of U.S. policy toward
South Asia.
Tied into this review too, is
the extent to which the United
States should revive Its massive
economic-development aid to the
subcontinent - assistance sus-
pended since last year's Indian-
Pakistani conflict.
President Nixon does not intend
to announce a decision until

after his China trip. Presiden-
tial adviser Henry A. Kissinger
indicated Wednesday that t h e
policy-shaping National Security
Council will be meeting on South
Asian strategy sometime after
Nixon's return.
So far, 37 countries have mov-
ed to set up formal diplomatic
ties with the former east wing
of Pakistan which broke away
in December's two-week war.
Among them are Britain and the
Soviet Union, but not mainland
China.

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and he gave it to them!

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