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Don't let the end of the semester get you down.
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THE UNITED STATES and 60 other nations will sign an
agreement tomorrow prohibiting the development, production and
Sstockpiling of biological and toxic weapons, the Florida White
House said yesterday.
H President Nixon will attend the ceremony at the State Depart-
ment when Secretary of State William Rogers and James Leonard,
assistant director for international relations of the U.S. Arms Con-
trol and Disarmament Agency, sign the "biological weapons con-
vention" on behalf of the United States. The convention also provides
for destruction of existing biological warfare stockpiles.

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Similar ceremonies are scheduled tomorrow in London and
Moscow.
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THE UNITED STATES and the Soviet Union are expected to
announce Tuesday a two-year renewal of the cultural exchange
program between the two countries, State Department officials
said yesterday.
The new program, covering 1972 and 1973, is designed to increase
exchanges of performing arts, scientists, scholars and students some-
what above the level of the present program, they said.
* * *
A MASSIVE SEARCH centering around Provo, Utah, wasI
scaled down yesterday after a local police chief reported he had
a suspect in Friday's air piracy.
"There is a suspect in the case," said Jesse Evans, Provo's police

T errorists
hi hotel
BEFAT (I)Teiiitbob
ers blasted Belfast's biggest hotel
and attacked a soccer stadium
yesterday in a fresh upsurge of
hostilities in Northern Ireland.
Damage was heavy but there were
no casualties.
Police claimed both bombs were
planted by the outlawed Irish R~e-
publican Army (IRA) which has
vowed to oust Britain and unite
Northern Ireland with the Irish
Republic to the south.
Meanwhile both Catholics and
Protestants voiced opposition dur-
ing the day to Britain's efforts to
settle differences between the ri-: :
val communities and end the vio-
lence that has killeda298 persons
in the last three years. ''
A spokesman for the IRA Provi-
sional wing said in Dublin that Remains of bom3

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b-laden truck in Belfast

Caho is communities inor n
chief, referring to last week's incident in which a young sky-jacker Ireland back the group's decision
parachuted from a low flying jet with $500,00 ransom. to fight on despite Britain's con- DOCTORS OPTIMISTIC:
ciliatory gestures

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Friday's hijacking of a United Airlines 747 jet was the seventh "The British hope to crush the
time in just under five months that parachutes and ransom figured guerrillas and then impose upon
in air piracy. the cowed populace a settlement
which will serve Britain's inter-
ests, not those of the Irish people,"
POLICE SURROUNDED Sinaloa State University yesterday he said after a secret IRA meeting.
in the wake of student demonstrations that left two persons dead Protestant leader William Craig
said his Ulster Vanguard Move-
and 10 wounded in Mexico City. ment will escalate its battle

Two students were shot Friday when police turned back students against direct British rule. He
assailed Friday's release of 73,
1 who hurled stones and Molotov cocktails at the State Congress guerrilla suspects from intern-
bi'ilding. ment, as ordered by British ad-
ministrator William Whitelaw.
Craig told the British Press As-
VICE PRESIDENT Spiro Agnew said yesterday that the sociation in an interview that his
f Democratic party "isn't fit to govern" the United States and ac- movement, which paralyzed Ulster
with a two-day general strike last'
cused the party of relying on "emotional appeals and electronic week, will fight Britain's direct
gimmickry" instead of issues. rule of the province. If the will of
Agnew also criticized what he called "the elitist liberals" among the Protestant majority is ignored,
we will use force of arms - that
the press and the Democratic presidential candidates. He did not is the 'ultimate," he said.
mention any names.
'rhe Michigan Daily, edited and man-
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Michigan. News phone: 764-0562. Secondr
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2 ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS
Including 'Best Foreign Film'
WINNER 3 INTERNATIONAL FILM AWARDS
" BEST FOREIGN FILM
" BEST DIRECTOR
" BEST ACTRESS
Winner Golden Bear Award,
First Prize Berlin Film Festival
Winner David Donatello Awards;,
Best Italian Picture 1971
"Reaches artistic and human
heights of 'Bicycle Thief'."
-N.Y. Post
May well be the loveliest film of the year.

Johnson given good chance
o recoverie from attack
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (A) - Hurst said he could not tell how About Johnson's heart condi-
Former President Lyndon Johnson, long Johnson would remain in the tion, she said, "We just have to
felled by a serious heart attack, University of Virginia Hospital face it and live with it..That's the
was given a "very good" chance here, but said it would be "more wonderful word - live."
for survival yesterday and his wife than a few days," and hopefully Hurst said the former chief ex-
Lady Bird vowed to make him live less than several weeks.co
"more quietly" in the future. Johnson recently resumed smok- tion of a disease known as cor-
Dr. John Hurst, the Emory Uni- ing after a lapse of 16 years, but onary arteriosclerosis, particularly
versity heart specialist who treat- Mrs. Johnson said she did not known as myocardial infarction."
ed Johnson for two previous heart know if he would quit. "I just He described the disease as a
seizures, said the 63-year-old for- know he enjoys it." narrowing of an artery which de-
mer President's chances of living Hurst said he had not given prives the heart of its b:lood sup-
were about 80 per cent. Johnson any orders to stop smok-
Hurst said Johnson had suf- ing but noted, "He isn't smoking ply. He did not give the specifics.
fered a myocardial infarction Fri- now." Secret Service agents were on
day morning when he was awak- Mrs. Johnson said she wanted to guard in the hospital and hospi-
ened by chest pains while visit- get the former President home to tal employes had instructionsnot
ing the home of his son-in-law Texas "as soon as we can get
and daughter, Charles and Lyn- there . . . where we can live a to furnish any information con-
da Bird Robb. little more quietly." cerning Johnson.
The doctor said Johnson's heart
attack was about the same inten-A f
sity as the nearly fatalillness that l
a U.S. Senator from Texas.
The former President's blood reported assassinated
pressure response at that time
was "more worrisome," Hurst add-
ed, however. The Tanzanian government Karume rose to power in Jan-
The heart specialist said John- reported yesterday that Sheik uary 1964 as the laeder of an
son is "for the most part com- Abeid Karume, the 66-year-old African-majority revolt against
fortable, but with some occasional leftist who ruled the island of an Arab-dominated r e g i m e
chest pains. Zanzibar has been assassinated, headed by Sultan Segyid Jams-
"His pulse is good, there is some Located about 20 miles off the hid bin Abdullah bin Khalifa.
congestion of his lungs, but not eastern African mainland, the Zanzibar had become inde-
C enough to bother him. We feel spice island is part of Tanzania. pendent from Britain only a
reasonably good about him, and However, Karume's radical re- month earlier.
I think thing will go well," he gime ran the government with He guided the island into un-
went on. broad local autonomy. ion with Tanganyika in the Unit-
-_The island's Revolutionary ed Republic of Tanzania and
Council announced over Radio brought in hundreds of Chinesea
f Zanzibar yesterday that it will techhicians to develop factories

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Starring Dominique Sanda, Lino Capohicchio, Helmut Berger,
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continue Karume's leftist poli-
cies. The council, containing
about 30 persons, remained in
control and Tanzanian sources
said the assassination was not
followed by an attempt to over-
throw the government. There
was no word on who was behind
the killing.
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and farms.
Karume's authoritarian and
abrupt policies contrasted sharp-
ly with the milder Socialist ten-
dencies of Tanzania President
Julius Nyerere. Relations be-
tween the two parts of Tanzania
were said to be strained' as a
result.

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Mance Lipscomb: A Life Well Spent
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The famous rural Texan bluesman who so graced the Ann Arbor
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