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G}llITBI3T~lY iOUSB
PRESENTS
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FR ., SAT.-JAN. 22-23
9 P.M. Admission $1 .00

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neWS briefs
By The Associated Press
A NORTHWEST ORIENT AIRLINES jet carrying 54 pas-
sengers and six crew members was hijacked after leaving Mil-
waukee yesterday, refueled in Detroit, and flew to Havana.
Michigan Gov. William Milliken was to have boarded theE
flight in Detroit for Washington. No passengers were allowed on
the plane in Detroit, however.
A DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION REFORM commission re-
jected a proposal that would increase Southern strength at the
party's 1972 convention.
The commission adopted a plan to allocate delegates for the
national convention based on both a state's population and the aver-j
age of votes cast for Democratic presidential candidates in the
past three presidential elections.
REP. THOMAS O'NEILL JR. of Massachusetts, serving his
tenth term as successor to John F. Kennedy's seat in the House,
was appointed Democratic whip yesterday.
O'Neill pledged loyalty to Speaker of the House Carl Albert'
and Majority Leader Hale Boggs.
TERRORIST FIRE-BOMBINGS destroyed Esso Oil Co. head-
quarters and caused minor damage to another American oil
company building in Manila yesterday.j
Notes left at both buildings said the bombings, which resulted
in one death, were directed at American imperialism.
* * *
THE TURKISH SECURITY COUNCIL called on its govern-
ment yesterday totake measures to halt unrest in that country.
The statement by the military leadership has been interpreted as
a warning to the civilian government to act against student violence
and labor unrest.
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FROM THE INTERNATIONALLY RENOWN BOOKS
KAMA SUTCRA
..the motion picture...
THAT SHOWS The dawriter Vats
ALL YOU WANTED Yayana composed the "KamaSutra"
TO SEE ABOUT SEX ! Sutra means tet), a work full of ingen.
ions and poetic elaborations of foreplJay
and coitus, from eight farms of love
scratches to more complicated maneu-
vers such as "chasing the sparrow" and
QUOTE FROM the "attack of the wild hoar."
even a whizbang like the "Kama Sutra"
N e is only a summary of a givens society's
Newsweekanfolses m at artclaie h
sexual customs, taboos, wisdom, myth
Le hatmight actually change a soci-
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sanuals at all but sober, unreadable sci-
nifcreports-notably Alfred Kinsey'.
poer work showing what American
sexual behavior really is, and Masters
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sexual disabilities, including impotence.
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A
Albert's
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power bid
defeated
WASHINGTON 41 -- New
Speaker Carl Albert suffered a
stinging d e f e a t yesterday
when t h e House refused to
grant him increased powers he
had sought.
A coalition of Republicans and
Southern Democrats stripped from
proposed new House rules a pro-
vision that would have given Al-
ber t power to break a Rules Com-
mittee bottleneck on legislation.
Albert, presiding over the House
for the first full day, heard him-
self accused of seeking to return
to the days of "Czar" Joe Cannon,
the tyrannical speaker of the ear-
ly days of the century.
The proposed new rule, which
was adopted by the Democratic
caucus at Albert's request, would
have empowered the speaker to
take away frgm the Rules Com-
mittee any bill on which it failed
to act within 31 days after receiv-
ing written notice.
Southerners, led by Rules Com-
mittee Chairman William M. Col-
mer of Mississippi, opposed it in
the Democratic Party caucus but
were defeated, 140 to 79. But with
Republicans for allies yesterday,
Colmer won his fight. The new
rule was deleted by a roll call vote
of 233 to 152,
The first full day of the 92nd
session was marked by another
fight over the rules, this one led
by Republicans, who charged the
Democrats with using blackjack
tactics to tak e away promised
committee funds.
Under the Congressional Reor-
ganization Act passed last year,
the Republicans were guaranteed
one-third of a committee's inves-+
tigative staff funds. The provis-
ion was due to take effect in this
Congress.

-Associated Press
A LONE LIVE SHEEP walks amid some of the 1,200 sheep which died suddenly Thursday in Utah.
The cause of the deaths was apparently halogeton, a toxic weed.
Autopsy reveals Utah sheep
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can bring to life
the story of males and females
enjoying KAMA SUTRA's 200 mystic marriage
techniques. Could be the friends and ,
neighbors you are talking about,
who have established a
NEW DEFINITION of SEXUAL NORMALCY!

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THE SOVIET GOVERNMENT has banned cellist Matislav ijC / G!7 u tLm V v uI " V F A
Rostropovich from travelling abroad for a year. .7
The ban, which will force cancellation of a string of concerts SALT LAKE CITY (W) - Scien- first showed up in the United
scheduled in the United States this year, is apparently punishment tists said yesterday a poisonous States at Wells, Nev., in 1938. t
for his open support of novelist Alexander Solzenitsyn, the Nobelsn
little plant caused the deaths Scientists said the plant, whichf
Prize winner. Thursday of more than 1,250 sheep don't eat unless extremely
Tursheep mo sern tahange,250hungry, causes breathing prob-
"LOVE STORY," Erich Segal's best-selling novel, has been After 20 hours of autopsy stuy, lems and later bleeding at the
eliminated as a candidate for the fiction award of the National fedealrandusa n ip nose. Death comes in a matter of
Book Committee. said they had positively identified hours.
The five-member fiction jury threatened to resign if the novel the cause as halogeton, a 6-inch "It was halogeton poisoning,"1
were not rejected, the New York Times reported yesterday. high, grayish-brown plant that said Dr. Wayne Binns, director of1
- - the U.S. Department of Agricul-E
MAYORS, GOVERNORS SPEAK~tre poisonous plant laboratory at
UthState University in Logan.
"We found oxalate, which is in
halogeton shaped leaves-through-
Congress told of urban crisis aminedeee-" Binns said.
His findings were supported by
WASHINGTON (P) - Two tion is driving our costs $100 Lindsay, suggesting $5 bilion the state veterinarian, Dr. James
big-city mayors and a governor million higher." be cut from the defense budget F. Schoenfeld, and Dr. Robert
told Congress 'yesterday local Gov. Milton Shapp of Penn- and redirected toward the cities, Pendleton, University of Utah
government faces bankruptcy sylvania declared: "Our situa- said $22 billion in varied forms radiologist.
and physical and social col- tion is so serious that within 30 of aid-including revenue shar- The announcement ended spec-t
lapse without massive federal days the commonwealth will be ing and welfare reform-are ulation that the sheep, part of aa
aid. out of money and unable to meet needed urgently. herd of 2,400 owned by Clarence1
They generally agreed w some of its obligations." Proxmire said it is common Ingram of Nephi, Utah, died fromt
ChairmaneWillyagProiredMayor Kenneth A. Gibson of belief President Nixon will sub- either radiation or nerve gas. The
D- Wis., of the Senate-House Newark, N.J., said his city is a mit a new budget calling for sheep were worth $40 each.
Economic Committee that the disaster area with an unemploy- expenditures of no more than The area, used by sheep ranch-
money must come from cuts ie ment rate of 11.1 per cent, the $230 billion and revenue of only ers for years, is near the Nevadac
mone msthgseafrocutsxplrn- nation's highest crime rate and $215 billion, a $15-billion deficit, border, 200 miles northeast of the
such things as space pelont highest level of venereal dis- Lindsay said, in response to Atomic Energy Commission testt
tion, defense and development ease. a question, that $10 billion in site at Mercury, Nev. It also is 180a
of a supersonic transport. These are just a few of the federal revenue sharing should miles southwest of Skull Valley,
Mayor John V. Lindsay of facts which suggest that the "not be a troublesome figure Utah, where 6,400 sheep died .n
New York City said his trouble- commercial, industrial, social when you put it alongside tae 1968 from nerve gas sprayed from
plagued city will be denied and cultural hub of the state of problems of the country." a military plane over Dugwaya
about $150 million in revenue New Jersey may also be the most The appearance of the three Proving Ground.
this year because of what he decayed and financially rrip- officials marked the beginning The AEC and Army, as soon asB
called a recession economy. At pled city in the nation," Gibson of a series of hearings on the the latest deaths were discoverer'
the same time, he said, "infla- said. nation's economic conditions. Thursday, denied responsibility.
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Army drops MyLai
charges against four
FT. McPHERSON, Ga. (M) - liamsport, Ind., charged with mur-
T h e Army announced yesterday der.
that it has dropped charges -Pvt. Gerald A. Smith, Chica-
against the four remaining en- go, charged with murder and in-
listed men accused of crimes in decent assault.
the alleged My Lai massacre. The action leaves only three of-
The announcement was made by ficers still charged in the infantry
Lt. G e n. Albert Connor, court- assault on the village of My Lai
martial convening authority in the March 16, 1968.
cases. They are Lt. William L. Calley,
His statement said court-mar- Jr., undergoing court-martial on
tial proceedings would be halted charges of murdering 102 villag-
against these four soldiers: ers; Capt. Ernest Medina, charg-
-S g t. Esequiel Torres, of ed with over all responsibility for
Brownsville, Tex. charged w i t h any civilian deaths that occurred
murder, assault a n d aggravated and Capt. Eugene Kotouc, charg-
assault. ed with maiming and murdering
-Spec. 4 Robert T'Souvas, of prisoners during an interrogation.
San Jose, Calif., charged w i t h The Army had previously drop-
murder. ped charges against f o u r other
-Pvt. Max D. Hutson, of Wil- soldiers.
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Spokesmen for Dugway Proving
Ground, a secret Army chemical
and biological warfare test center
30 miles west of Salt Lake City.
said no open air tests of toxic
chemicals had been conducted
since 1969.
Binns said halogeton killed 850
head of sheep in the area in 1964,
but "nobody became concerne
about it then."

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FR.-7:15 and 9:00
SAT.-2:00, 3:15, 5:30,
7:15,9:00, 10:45
SUN.-2:00, 3:15, 5:30,
7:15 and 9:00

U of M Film Society (ARM)
PRESENTS
Pier Paolo Pasolini' s

teorema

with Terence Stamp

"Theorem-The Geometry of Love") in COLOR
"On the other hand, what is authetntic is the love the Terence
Stamp character arouses, because it is a love without any com-
promise, a love which provokes scandal, which destroys, which
alters the bourgeois' idea of themselves; what is authentic is
this love, and the cause of this love is this ambigious person."
-PASOLINI

Friday
Saturday
free coffee
contribution $1

JAN. 22 & 23

7:30-9:00
10:30 P.M.

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Society of Friends Meeting Hall
1420 Hill bet. Lincoln and Olivia

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Does her anger
at a domineering
husband justify
a wife's taking
a lover?

THIs
wife
was
driven
to find
out!

Sat., Sun.-Jan. 23, 24
THE SILENCE
dir. INGMAR BERGMAN (1963)
INGRID THULIN and GUNNEL LINDBLOM
in grim love hate relationship
"The Big Questions do not function in THE SILENCE
as excuses for the big ansmers. There is indeed no
exit in life's game, but hell is hardly rendered more
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