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RADICAL FILM SERIES
Charlie Chaplin's
THE GOLD RUSH
IS BACK
TUES.-Alice's Restaurant-Alice Lloyd Hall
Wed.-FRIENDS' CENTER-1416 HILL
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Eastern Michigan University
presents
THE FIFTH DIMENSION
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Saturday, February 13-8:30 P.M.
TICKETS: $5.50, $5.00, $4.50, $3.50
Tickets are available at:
Discount Records of Ann Arbor, Richardson's
Pharmacy & McKenny Union in Ypsilanti, and
all J.L. Hudson Stores.

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news briefs
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By The Associated Press
JOHN CONNALLY, President Nixon's nominee for Secretary
of the Treasury, will have an opportunity today to rebut before
a Senate hearing charges that he received at least $225,000 in
fees while governor of Texas, a possible breach of that state's
constitution.
A New York Times story reported yesterday that the Texan re-
ceived the money from the estate of a millionaire oilman, for which
Connally served as executor before his election to the governorship in
1961.
Connally, though receiving fees for his services during his eight-
year tenure in the statehouse, contended that the constitutional sta-
tute would be violated only if the outside employment had actually
occurred during his term of office.
EGYPTIAN WARPLANES have violated Israeli air space for
the second time in three days, according to Israeli accusations
made yesterday before the U.N. Truce Supervision Organization.
Israeli officials believe the Egyptian government is permitting
the alleged flights in an attept to keep Israel guessing about whether
Cairo intends to resume fighting when the current cease-fire ends
this Friday.
** *
SEN. EDMUND MUSKIE (D-Me.), leads President Nixon, 43
per cent to 40, as the choice for President if the 1972 election
were held now, the Harris poll reported yesterday.
Gov. George Wallace of Alabama was preferred by 11 per cent
of the voters polled by Harris in the week before Nixon's State of
the Union address.
THE END OF East German harrassment of West German
access route returned traffic volume to normal yesterday, but
economic losses to trucking companies could reach $1.6 million.
West Berlin Mayor Klaus Schuetz requested that Chancellor1
Willy Brandt press for reimbursement of revenue lost during the semi-'
blockade, an action stemming from a meeting of West German
leaders held last week in West.Berlin.
ATTY. GEN. JOHN MITCHELL, at ceremonies marking the
implementation of new anti-crime laws for Washington, D.C., pre-
dicted the nation's crime rate would soon decline.
Noting that crime had dropped by 5.3 per cent in the capital
during 1970, Mitchell said the "national wave of crime" would similar-
ly decrease.
"Our great federal city now sets an example for justice and law
enforcement everywhere in the land," Mitchell said.
Among the provisions of the new law are a "no knock" clause
that allows police, with court permission, to enter a residence with-
out announcing their presence and one that permits court-determined
"dangerous offenders" to be held up to 60 days without bail prior to
trial.
* * *
THE ORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN STATES gave pre-I
liminary approval last night to a hemispheric convention aimed
at deterring the wave of diplomatic kidnapings which have swept
Latin America over the past months.I
The action was taken on the eighth day of a bitterly divided OAS
foreign ministers' meeting marked by the abrupt walkout of six dis-
sident delegations which pressed unsuccessfully for a more compre-
hensive anti-terrorist convention.

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-Associated Press
Starting anew
Georgia Governor Jimmy Carter, right, appears with David Gambrell, his choice for the U.S. Senate
seat left vacant by the death of Richard Russell..
OTHER HAZARDS POSSIBLE:
U.S. says martiuana does not
cause cancer or birthdefects

Apollo
lan ding

WASHINGTON (RP) -- The gov- the National Institute of Mental
ernment reported yesterday there Health, its director, Dr. Bertram
is no current evidence to 1 ink S. Brown, said.
marijuana with cancer and birth "Based on our current know-
defects, saying individual conse- ledge, we cannot declare marijua-
quences from using the drug na to be devoid of significant
range from no effects to a psy- health hazards."
lchotic experience.
It said more study is needed to Brown said the question of how
determine whether general use of marijuana affects health is de-
the drug would pose a threat to ceptively complex.
the American public. The effects of its use, he said,
"This needed information is be- depend on the psychology a n d
ing sought through an accelerated physiology of the user, the envir-
marijuana research program" at onment in w h i c h marijuana is
r Scientists find antimatter

smoked, the user's experience with
smoking the drug, the frequency
with which it is smoked and the
drug's potency.
Up to now the government's of-
ficial position on the drug has
been the same as that which was
given in a statement by Assistant
Surgeon General Sherman Kieffer
last summer:
"The research published to date
on marijuana clearly indicates
that marijuana can be dangerous
for some people. However, accu-
rate scientific data on the extent
and nature of these dangers is not
yet evident and is being vigorous-
ly sought.
Until such information is avail-
able it is the position of the Na-
tional Institute of Mental Health
that marijuana must be consid-
ered a risk to the mental a n d
physical health of users."
A preliminary report on t h e
government's research on the
health consequences of marijuana
use - issued last September -
declared that:
"It is clear that several years
will be required before prelimin-
ary findings can be interpreted
with confidence and the relation
between marijuana and health
can be adequately defined."

SPACE CENTER. Houston64)-
A docking problem which threat-
ened to prevent Apollo 14's sched-
uled moon landing apparently
cleared itself up and officials said
yesterday the astronauts can make
the landing attempt.
Space officials made the an-
nouncement while astronauts Alan
Shepard Jr.. Edgar Mitchell and
Stuart Roosa were asleep in the
space cabin and speeding toward
the moon.
Chester Lee, the mission direc-
tor, told newsmen that extensive
analysis could uncover no prob-
lem now with the docking mecha-
nism which initially failed to oper-
ate properly. It took six attempts at
docking Sunday before the docking
mechanism was secured.
"We're proceeding with every
intention of making a full lunar
landing mission," said Lee. "We
can find nothing wrong with the
docking probe. We are confident
now that the docking probe is
good."
The statement was made at a
news conference yesterday after-
noon after engineers on the ground
had spent all night examining mod-
els of the docking mechanism to
try to find out why it failed to op-
I erate properly in the first five
docking attempts Sunday.
Astronaut James McDivitt, man-
ager of thenApollo Spacecraft Pro-
gram told newsmen, "I can't help
but feel there was some foreign
object that got into the system.
Where the foreign object came
from and where it went, we don't
know."
Once the spacecraft had been
launched, had orbited earth 11/
times and was then fired off in
space toward the moon, Roosa
pulled the command ship out from
the lunar module and spent third
stage rocket Sunday night.
Scientists hope Apollo 14 will
complete the vital second link in
a science station network covering
the moon.
Apollo 13 was to have completed
the link last April, but an oxygen
tank explosion cancelled the moon
landing and cut short the mission.
Now Apollo 14 hopes to land its
lunar module in the same Fra
Mauro area of the lunar highlands
to erect instruments similar to
those Apollo 13 carried.
Apollo 14's scientific mission is
even more crucial now because of
cancellation for budgetary reasons
of the final three moon landings.

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NEW YORK () - Physicists
from the University of Califor-
nia reported yesterday they have
discovered the rarest and most
elusive of the nuclear particles
within the atom.
They found the particle's track
in a photograph of a nuclear in-
teraction - an inch long "foot-
print" it left during its brief
lifetime of 15 billionths of a sec-
ond.
The particle is called the an-
tiomega-minus baryon - an an-
tiparticle the mirror image of
matter as we know it on earth.

The discovery is related to the
idea that somewhere in space
there are galaxies made up of
antimatter, just as galaxies or
star clusters are made of mat-
ter.
If galaxies of matter and an-
timatter were to collide, they
would annihilate each other in
a cataclysmic flash.
A report of the discovery was
made to the annual meeting of
the American Physical Society
by Dr. Gerson Goldhaber of the
University of California Law-
rence Radiation Laboratory at
Berkeley.

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