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W.C. FIELDS FILM FESTIVAL
at MARKLEY
in DINING ROOM NO. 3 (three)
on SATURDAY, APRIL 22
AND
SUNDAY, APRIL 23
MY LITTLE CHICADEE
NEVER GIVE A SUCKER AN EVEN BREAK
YOU CAN'T CHEAT AN HONEST MAN
THE BANK DICK THE GREAT CHASE

NEWS PHONE: 764-0552
BUSINESS PHONE: 764-0554

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Ann Arbor, Michigan Friday, April 21, 1972

news brie fs
by The Associated Press
NATIONAL GUARDSMEN took control of the University of
Maryland campus yesterday, after three consecutive nights of
violent student protest against the renewed bombing of North
Vietnam.
A noon antiwar rally had failed to materialize and the campus;
had been reported fairly quiet in the hours before the guard took1
over.

Apollo

16

lunar

module arrives

THE BIG THUMB.

THE BARBERSHOP

AT 7:00 P.M.
RESIDENT AND NON-RESIDENT ADMISSION: $1.00

safely

on moon

"-UU-MOPF

BOX OFFICE OPEN AT 7:00
SHOW STARTS AT DUSK

'p

This program not recommended for pre-teens

NOW! Shown 7:30 &
Dr. Jekyll
Sister Hyde

10:55

Plus at 9:20

SHELLY WINTERS
"WHO SLEW
AUNTIE ROO?"

However, after recalling a busload
Gov. Marvin Mandel declared a state
the soldiers onto the campus in force.
decree, a. 9 p.m. curfew was imposed
adjacent areas.
* * *

of guardsmen, Democratic
of eme'rgency and ordered
Under Mandel's emergency
on the campus proper and1

SPACE CENTER, Houston tM - Two American astronauts
landed safely on the moon last night to begin an expedition
that was temporarily threatened by a failure in the main
engine of the Apollo 16 command ship, Casper.
Astronauts John Young and 'Charles Duke Jr. thus
achieved man's fifth landing on the moon and began 73
hours of scientific exploration on a plateau high in the
lunar mountains.
Young and Duke had separated from the command ship
earlier in the day and had ---
been scheduled to land on the
imoon at about 3:41 p.m. E.S.T. Letters to
But during their final landing
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TWO GIANT PANDAS, a gift of friendship from the People's
Republic of China, were welcome to Washington yesterday by
Pat Nixon.

Ling-Ling from Peking
Ling-Ling, the female giant panda presented to the American
people by the People's Republic of China relaxes in her new

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$2.50 PER CARLOAD
"BEWARE OF
THE BRETHREN"
PLUS
"WILLARD"

MAC

3 HORRORIFIC HITS
1. "I Drink Your
Blood"

2.
3.

"I Eat Your Skin"
"Sweet Baby
Charlie"

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Ting Hung, head of the bureau of public service of the city of home at Washington National Zoo. ($e
Peking, officially presented the "pair of giant pandas to the -
American people in token of friendship of the Chinese people." SENATE HEARINGS:
Like the two musk oxen the U.S. gave to the People's Republic ,SENATE
of China, Ting said the animals would remain as "a symbol of friend-
ship" and he extended his country's greetings "to the entire Ameri-
can people." ITT fix den

ee News Briefs.)

BRITAIN'S RAILROAD UNIONS bowed to a court ruling last
night and called off a nationwide "go slow" strike that has
thrown the state-owned rail system into chaos.

White I-hmw aide

pied by

approacn oric ,navungiyloun n
he could not fire a planned rock-
et thrust with the command ship's
main rocket power plant because
of a failure in the back-up steer-
ing control system.
He elected not to fire the en-
gine and Mission Control imme-
diately ordered Orion to delay any
landing.

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The astronauts, however, will
al and the ITT cases were pend- not make the moon walk planned
ingfor yesterday. Duke said earlier he

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The unions agreed, "with the greatest reluctance", to a 14 day WASHINGTON (Al) - Presiden-
cooling-off period for further negotiations on their claim for a tial aide Peter Flanigan yesterday
pay raise of 16 per cent. denied attempting to fix the out-
come of three multi-million dol-
These unions, representing 300,000 railroad workers, accepted an lar antitrust suits pending against
order by the new Industrial Relations Court to resume normal work- International Telephone & Tele-
ing as soon as possible. A management spokesman said that rail graph Corp. last summer.
services could return to normal by Monday if the workers end their Flanigan's long-sought appear-
, nn b hfnre the Renate Judiciary

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The committee is reconsidering
at his request Kleindienst's nom-
ination to be attorney general.
The hassle over which questions
Flanigan should answer stemmed
from the concept of executive
rivilee and an a a r ne m en t

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TENANTS ® UNION

1528 SAB

763-3102

Friday only at 7 and 9:30 p.m.
"PHANTOM AT THE OPERA"
1925. Lon Chaney's most sensitive role.
"THE CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI"
A Classic. One of the first attempts at Chairoscuro
lighting effects.
Saturday only at 7 and 9:30 p.m.
"THE TAMING OF THE SHREW"
with Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor

slowdown and ban on overtime. aLk Juui IU1, y j
Committee was interrupted re- reached by the committee on the
x I peatedly in a wrangle over the; specific subjects to be discussed.
AFL-CIO PRESIDENT George Meany yesterday stated that range of questions he could or Flanigan had been named in
the American labor movement wants rising food prices strictly would answer. testimony as -the man who ar-
controlled, even if this control leads to farmer resistance and food Flanigan, the administrations r ed. atNMcLa Yrk investment
chief emissary to the business banker Richard Ramsden which
community, said his role in the bar iad Rayen which
Citing a 56-page list of what he said are significant price in- decision not to carry ITT cases McLaren testified played a major
creases at nationwide grocery stores since the first of the year, to the Supreme Court was limited Repeatedly. Flanigan was asked
Meany claimed that wages are being effectively controlled while sisting another overworkedpublic if he had baen contacted last
prices are allowed "to go through the roof." servant." suring by ITT officials anxious
about their antitrust cases pend-
! Manv called for both an excess-profit tax and a revision of the The other public servant, Flani- ing in the Justice Department and

and Young had decided to get
some sleep first if they were al-
lowed to land.
The astronauts had been sched-
uled to make the first of three sur-
face excursions at 7:19 p.m. EST
The decision came after tests on
the ground determined the engine
problem was associated with an
open electricalloop in the engine's
drive mechanism and that firing+
it would cause structural damage.+
A camera capable of capturing{
in a single picture a 40,000-mile-
thick hale of atomic hydrogen en-
veloping the earth is expected to
be set up on the moon by Apollo
16 astronauts soon after landing.
Operating in the airless atmos-
phere of the lunar surface, the de-
vice will for the first time probe
distant galaxies to find out why
they may contain 30 times more
mass than can be detected by
earth-based telescopes.
Dr.hThornton Page, a Naval Re-
search Laboratory astrophysicist
now attached to the Manned
Spacecraft Center, believes the
"missing mass" will turn out to be
gas-mostly hydrogen-filling the
void in space once thought to be a
perfect vacuum.,

be used at'
Davis trial
SAN JOSE, Calif. () - Angela
Davis' letters to the late George
Jackson were ruled admissible evi-
dence at her murder-kidnap-con-
spiracy trial yesterday.
Superior Court Judge Richard
Arnason's ruling came after a two-
day defense fight' to keep jurors
from reading the letters. The
prosecutor has said 'the letters are
so personal they will be "embar-
rassing" to Davis when read in
court.
The judge's decision was crucial
to the prosecutor's case. Asst. Atty.
Gen. Albert Harris Jr. said in his
opening address to the jury that
letters written by Davis would
clearly link her to the Aug. 7,
1970, Marin County Courthouse
escape attempt which took four
lives, including a judge's.

Davis, 28,,
munist who
losophy at
plotting the

a self-described Com-
formerly taught phi-
UCLA, is accused of
escape.

Economic Stabilization Act and declared that he has no intention'
of helping President Richard Nixon politically by making decisions
for him
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Admission 75c

Shown in new auditorium
MLBAud.4

gan testified, was former Asst.'
Atty. Gen. Richard McLaren, anti-
trust chief while Richard Klein-:
dienst was deputy attorney geners-

McLaren's reputation as a trust-
buster.
That. Flanigan answered, is out.
side bounds set by the committee
in a 12-1 vote Tuesday when only
Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-
Mass.), dissented.
"Therefore," Flanigan said, "I
respectfully decline" to answer.
Kennedy: "I'm getting happier
and happier about my vote on this
thing."
Program Information 8-6416
1214 S. UNIVERSITY
BEST PICTURE
OF THE YEAR!
--ato.- Stoe-R-----,..

"Her own words will reveal,"
Harris said then, "that beneath
the cool academic veneer is a wo-
man fully capable of being moved
to violence by passion."
There are five letters - three
found by the FBI in Davis' apart-
ment, one confiscated in Jackson's
mail at Soledad prison and one
fovnd in his San Quentin cell aft-
er he was killed last year in what
was described as an escape at-
tempt.
The prosecution seeks to show

"THE YEAR'S FIRST REALLY SATISFYING,
BIG COMMERCIAL AMERICAN FILM.
ONE OF THE MOST BRUTAL AND MOVING
CHRONICLES OF AMERICAN LIFE EVER
DESIGNED WITHIN THE LIMITS
OF POPULAR ENTERTAINMENT."
-Vincent Canby, New York Times
"A SUPERIOR WORK OF POPULAR
ENTERTAINMENT! REMINDS US OF THE
VANISHED PLEASURES OF THE OLD-
FASHIONED GANGSTER MOVIES! WHAT
MORE COULD WE POSSIBLY WANT FROM A'
MOVIE? HOW OFTEN, THESE DAYS DO WE
GET ANYTHING LIKE ALL THAT?"
-Richard Schickel, Life Magazine
"'THE GODFATHER' IS A MOVIE THAT
SEEMS TO HAVE EVERYTHING! WARMTH,
VIOLENCE, NOSTALGIA. THE CHARISMA OF
MARLON-BRANDO IN ONE OF HIS FINEST
PERFORMANCES, AND THE DYASTIC
SWEEP OF AN ITALIAN-AMERICAN
'GONE WITH THE WIND'!"
-Time Magazine
"THERE IS ONLY ONE BRANDO. HE IS THE
GODFATHER. THE CENTERPIECE OF WHAT
PROMISES TO BE THE 'GONE WITH THE
WIND' OF GANGSTER MOVIES."
-Paul D. Zimmerman, Newsweek
"'THE GODFATHER IS A SPECTACULAR
MOVIE, ONE OF THE FINEST GANGSTER
MOVIES EVER MADE. IT'S RARE TO COME
OUT OF A 3-HOUR MOVIE AND WANT TO
MAKE A U-TURN AND GO IN AND SEE IT
ALL OVER AGAIN. BUT THAT'S EXACTLY MY
FEELING AFTER SEEING 'THE GODFATHER'."
-Gene Snalit, NBC-TV

The Michigan Daily, edited and man- through the letters that Davis
aged by students at the University of was in love with Jackson, one of
Michigan. News phone: 764-0562. Second three unrelated blacks known as
Class postage paid at Ann Arbor, Mich- the Soledad Brothers charged with
Igan. 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor, murdering a white prison guard.
IMichigan 48104. Published daily Tues-
day through Sunday morning Univer. They say she furnished four guns
sity year. Subscription rates: $10 by and helped plot an escape at-
carrier, s11by mail, tempt of three black convicts from
Summer Session published Tuesday the Marn County courthouse. The
through Saturday morning. Subscrip-
tion rates.: $5.50 by carrier (campus convicts, along. with Jonathan
area); $6.50 local mail (in Mich. or Jackson, 17, George's younger
Oh o); $7.50 non-local mail (other states brother, took the judge, prosecu-
S otor and three women hostage.

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STEVE
GOODMAN
singer-songwriter
"Great"
-David Bromberg
"You have to hear
this guy . . . one of
the best in the
business."
-Michael Cooney
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KING KONG and
SON OF KING KONG
"the original monster epic, equal to and better
than the productions of today." starring FAY
WRAY
NIGHT AT THE OPERA.

Wed. -Sat.-Sun.
1:15-3:45
6:15-8:45

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Mon.-Tues.
Thurs. -Fri.
6:45 and 9:05

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SATURDAY NIGHT, APRIL 22-9:00 P.M.
Bursley Hall Enterprizes Presents:
GEORGE C. SCOTT and SUE (Lolita) LYON in
THE FLIM-FLAM MAN
25c Popcorn charge (at door)
FOR ALL THE POPCORN YOU CAN EAT !
ADMISSION COMPLIMENTARY
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Wed., Sat., Sun.
1:00-3:15

They used every passion in their incredible duel!

TONIGHT
KRIS KRISTOFFERSON
and BONNIE RAITT

MARX BROS.
"the brothers cut loose is this great
greatest."
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