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Fridoy, March 24, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Friday, March 24, 1972 THE MICHiGAN DAILY PQge Sever,'

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From Wire ServiceReports
Communist troops yesterday in-
creased their attacks in Indochina,
with an assault on a South Viet-
namese armored cavalry command,
post in southern Cambodia. a
However, military informants
said yesterday that most of North
Vietnam's combat troops in Cam-
bodia have pulled back from
Phnom Penh and other cities and
are poised near the South Vietnam
border.

Pentagon sources said yesterday
that U.S. Air Forces and Navy
bombers are flying an average of:
350 attack sorties a day againstI
enemy targets in Indochina this
year. The level of attacks, slight- +
ly below what it was at this time
last year, is part of the aerial
campaign launched in what of fi-'
cials see as a so-far successful
effort to head off a predicted ma-
jor enemy offensive.I
The communists struck before
dawn at the command post nearI

de Cambodia and 160 miles
NIGHT Isouthwest of Saigon.
Fil eot ad1 oenIAE I N I HT ent troops were killed and 20
I~IX LLIwounded. Government t r o o p s
claimed they, killed eight North
Vietnamese and Viet Cong sol-
in te RIE GA CHEdiers.
in te RIE GA CHEThe communists dropped about
30ronsohev rockets on the
1024 HLL ST.Position before launching a groundi
attack.
Deeper in Cambodia, enemy
R~fA E L_ SONGS saboteurs blew up two fuel barges
lRiver near the capital of Phnom
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However, despite thed evastat-
ing rocket and sapper attack on
the Cambodian capital Tuesday
miilitary informants noted a steady
decrease in enemy pressure or.
Cambodian government forces and
no indication of a shift in North
Vietnamese strategy.
'"South Vietnam is still the main
target," said one senior U.S. mili-,
tarry man. "The enemy needs!
Cambodia for sanctuaries and
supply corridors, and that's it.
They are not going to try to take
Phnom Penh.
"Tuesday's attack was a one-
shot deal performed by a small
number of troops, True, they ex-
pended a hell of a lot of ammu-
nition, and caused a hell of a lot
of casualties."
Cambodian officers feel the at-
tack was timed to coincide with
the March 21 anniversary of the
formation of the Communist-led
"Khmer Liberation Army" by
ousted Prince Norodom Sihanouk.
Khmer means Cambodia.
U.S. planes flew nearly 21,000
sorties in January and February
and dropped 125,000 tons of bombs
over targets' in South Vietnam,
Laos, Cambodia and North Viet-

nam, Pentagon sources said. The
rate is continuing at about th16
same pace this month. they nHotta.
A sortie is one flight by one
plane.
Most of the attacks have been
against the Ho ChiiMi troll,
the Jungle supply-route comolex
through L~aos used by the North
;Vietnamese to funnel men ai d
suipnlies south.
dh 100S. ommll d hasecteprt-
e U.S. ommanl d haeciveresr-
tion strikes against. North Viet-
nam since the beginning. of the
year, mostly against enemy anti-
aircraft and missile sites that .re-
portedly fired or. Unarmed U.
reconnaissance. planes.
These strifes involved nearly'
240 sorties tn January and Veb-
ruary alone.
Meanwhile the United States
and South. Vietnam-yesterday can'.
celed the next weekly session 6f
the Vietnam peace conference and
Posed conditions that odan* ~
early 'resumption of the Confer-
ence unlikely.
U.S. Ambassador Wrilliam JPor-
ter, speaking at the 14'?th session
ofl the deadlocked conference, told
the North Vietnamest and Viet
Cong that as far ais furtber meet-
ings are concerned, "We believe it
would be preferable to await so me
sign from you that you are dis-
posed to engage in n'ieaninqfil ex-
changes."
The North. Vietnamese, spokes-
man, Nguyen Thanh, Le, said Por-
ter's stand -- seconded by. South
Vietnam .- constituted "an un-
precedented hysterical and dan-
fgerous 'act" to sabotage the ton-
ference.

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3. Wh~at is a Hertz'?
1. A car bearing a corpse
?. The numiber of, back and forth
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7. 'What arce1Baxanidall controls?

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13. What is meant by an acoustic-
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18. What is an IC'?
19. What do tape monitor circuits do'?
20. What is the TS- 100'?

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