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PRESENTS
PEARLS BEFORE SWINE
REPRISE RECbRDING ARTISTS
TONIGHT and
Sunday and Monday night
medieval rock, with the gentleness of the pastoral
and the passion of the hunt for unicorns.
SAT.-SUN.-MON. $2.00 330 MAYNARD ST.
March 27-29 Doors open 8 p.m.
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Sdturday, March 27, 1971

Ann Arbor, Michigan

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PIANO BAR
112 W. Liberty-Ann Arbor
FEA TURING THE INCREDIBLE
Dave Alexander

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PRESIDENT NIXON was reported yesterday to be consider-
ing issuing an order to control wages and prices in the construc-
tion industry.
Secretary of Labor Ames Hodgson said the executive action set-
ting up the plan to control spiraling building costs could be an-
nounced by the White House as early as next Monday,
of craft boards in each branch of the construction industry to review
According to Hodgson, the plan would provide for the setting upl
wage contract disputes and recommended settlements.
* * *e
THE HOUSE BLACK CAUCUS yesterday picked May 17 as
a deadline for hearing President Nixon's public response to the 60
demands they gave to him Thursday night.
Caucus members said yesterday there were wide differences be-
tween administration positions and their demands in some areas,
particularly job creation programs and the war in Southeast Asia.
The 13 black congressmen, all Democrats, said they intend to
submit the same proposals to House and Senate leaders as well.
* * *
LT. GEN. ALEJANDRO AGUSTIN LANUSSE was sworn in
as president of Argentina last night, four days after leading a
successful coup against his predecessor, Roberto Levingston.
Lanusse, 52, had been the commander of Argentina's army since
1968. He is the eighth president of Argentina in the last 16 years.
Lanusse has led two of the five coups during that time.
Admiral Pedro Gnavi and Brig. Gen. Carlos Rey will serve with
Lanusse on the ruling junta.
THE SIX JURORS in the court-martial of Lt. William Cal-
ley deliberated for the 10th day yesterday with no indication
that they were near reaching a verdict.
Calley is on trial on charges of the premeditated murder of 102
unresisting Vietnamese men, women and children during an infantry
assault on My Lai.
A four to two majority is necessary to convict Calley on the pre-
meditated murder charge or of alternate charges of unpremeditated
murder or voluntary manslaughter.
EIGHT ALLEGED CONSPIRATORS and co-conspirators in
what the government said was a plot to kidnap a presidential
aide met for three hours with antiwar priests Phillip and Daniel
Berrigan in federal prison yesterday.
One of the subjects believed to be discussed was the strategy for
their courtroom defense.
The government said the group plotted to blow up underground
heating ducts in the nation's capital and kidnap presidential advisor
Henry Kissinger.
THE FATE OF CHARLES MANSON and three women con-
victed with, him in the Sharon Tate murders was placed in the
hands of the jury yesterday in Los Angeles.
The jury must fix their penalty at death or life imprisonment.
The action, after two trials lasting more than nine months,
followed pleas from the defense for the panel to spare the defendants
from execution:
The state has asked death for all.

PAKISTANI TROOPS stand guard during meetings between
Sheik Mujibur Rahman and Pakistan's President Yahya Kahn
earlier this week. Civil war broke out yesterday with leaders in
East Pakistan demanding greater independence from the central
government.

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-Associated Press

TEAMSTER LEADER:

Hoffa set to appear
before parole board

NEW DELHI (A - Civil war broke out in East Pakistan
yesterday as President Agha Mohammed Yahya Khan sought
to reimpose martial law in the province and Awami League
leader Sheik Mujibur Rahman proclaimed independence.
Fierce fighting was reported in various parts of East Pak-
istan.
United News of India, in a dispatch from the east Indian
state of Assam, reported heavy casualties in the provincial
capital of Dacca. It said about 200 East Pakistanis had been
chased across the border by troops.
The news agency dispatch also quoted reports from the
border that a railw ay bridgehb e b-uan -N.r-
had been blown up and a rail-
way station destroyed near
the Indian frontier c i t y of
Agartala.
Other reports along the 1,349-le
mile border between India and 1e d r o
East Pakistan told of battles in-
volving West Pakistan dominated
troops and East Pakistan police
and a paramilitary organization h ad party
known as the Pakistan Rifles.
Direct communications f r o m BELFAST, Northern Ireland P)
East Pakistan were blacked out as -Brian Faulkner, new prime min-
Yahya ordered presscensorship ister of Northern Ireland, won his
throughout the province, first major test Friday by being
Yahya accused Sheik Mujib of elected leader of the ruling Ulster
treason and outlawed the power- Unionist party.
ful Awami League, which won a Delegates of the party, divided
majority of seats in last Decem- over how hard to enforce law and
ber's election for a national as- order in the province, gave Faulk-
sembly. It never met because of ner their support, 199 votes to 71.
the constitutional crisis. Faulkner took o v e r as prime
As Yahya spoke Indian radio minister Tuesday after James
monitors picked up a message Chichester-Clark resigned under
broadcast from clandestine radio the pressure of right wing de-
transmitters inside East Pakistan mands for a tougher crackdown
announcing independence for the on the outlawed Irish Republic
province - which is separated Army.
from West Pakistan by 1,000 miles Faulkner's choice of a new cab
of Indian territory. inet aroused Ulster's touchy po-
Pakistan government radio 9ta- litical feelings.
tions heard in New Delhi, said the As minister of agriculture, an
situation in East Pakistan h a d important post in ararian Ulster,
been brought under control to a. he appointed Protestant hard-
great extent since stiff martial law liner Harry West.
regulations were imposed yester- Rightists questioned how West
day morning. could work with the moderate pol-
But the Voice of Independent icies demanded by the British gov-
Bengal, the radio station used by ernment and supported by Faulk-
Sheik, claimed East Pakistan se- ner.
curity forces had rallied behind Right wingers in the Unionist
Sheik Mujib and had surrounded party, led by former Home Affairs
West Pakistani troops in the pro- Minister William Craig - w h o
vincial cities of Chittagong, Co- battled Faulkner for the, prime
milla, Sylhet, Jessore, Barisal and ministry - want tougher meas-
Khulna. ures to control the province, such
as the arrest without trial of sus-
The Michigan Daily, edited and man- pected IRA leaders, and rearming
aged by students at the University of the police.
Michigan. News phone: 764-0552. Second Interviewed after his appoint-
class postage paid at Ann Arbor, Mich- ment, West said he still favored
igan, 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor, "adequate arms and ammunition
Michigan 48104. Published daily Tues-
day through Sunday morning, Univer. o h plc.
city year. Subscription rates: $10 by West's presence in the cabinet
carrier, $10 by mail.I was not seen as a shift to the
Summer Session published TuesdayrihoracnginFuke'
through Saturday morning. Subscrip- right or a change in Faulkner's
tion rates: $5 by carrier, $5 by mail. moderate stance.
Faulkner balanced the appoint-
meht by putting David Bleakley,
a respected moderate, in charge
of community relations.
The job aims at soothing the
t hatreds between Northern Ire-
land's Protestant majority and the
Roman Catholic minority.

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FRI. AND SAT. NIGHTS

WASHINGTON ({P) - Team-
sters President James Hoffa
comes up for parole next week
amid reports of heavy political
pressure, a n d reliable Justice
Department sources say he

has never taken a public stand
on a Hoffa parole - will have
no representative Wednesday,
when Hoffa's case comes before
the U.S. Parole Board.
ThII FBI k7Cnt eralt

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Annual Vandenberg Lecture
March 27, 1971
RALF DAH REN DORF
Member of the Commission of
the European Communities
THE EMERGENCY OF THE EUROPEAN
COMMUNITY AS A WORLD POWER
SATURDAY, MARCH 27
2:30 p.m.
6050 Institute for Social Research

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featuring
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Doctor Ross
SUNDAY MARCH 28 8:00 p.m.
Michigan League Ballroomt
Tickets on sale at door-$2.00
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John Marley& Ray Milland Doors Open 12:45
_________D 7th Shows at 1,3,5,7,9
WEEK! Free List Suspended
IT'S BACK!1_
Battle of Algiers
SATURDAY, MAR. 27 AND SUNDAY, MAR. 28
331 Thompson (between William and Liberty)
A NEWSREEL-MAGIC-HOUSE BENEFIT...

probably will be freed to re- furnis ainoation to
Ssume control of the world's furnish any information to the
largest union parole board about activities on
behalf of Hoffa, first to try to
Thetdepartment will offer no keep him out of prison a n d
opposition to a parole, the then to free him, one source
sources said. said.
However, Robert Stevenson, saWord of possible freedom for
the Justice Department's assist- the 58 year old Teamsters pres-
ant director for public infor- ident began circulating last
mation, discounted reports that idnta n u g
Hoffa might be paroled. January.
Hoffa has been in prison since The parole board, if it de-
1967 serving an eight-year sen- cides to free Hoff a, could set a
tence for jury tampering. condition that he not be permit-
Justice Department sources ted to resume control of the 2-
say the department - which million-member union.
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Ann Arbor Women's Film Festival
and Workshops
RACKHAM AUDITORIUM
SAT., MAR. 27>
2:00 p.m.-PUMPKIN EATER
Anne Bancroft
(CHILDCARE PROVIDED)
7:30 p.m.-LE BONHEUR
AGNES VARDA, director{
FREE
ANN ARBOR BLACK THEATRE
presents
A Tribute to the Black Woman in
Poetry, Music, and Dance
25-27 Mar.-8 P.M. Tickets, $2 now at
28 Mor.-2 P.M. Stanger's, Discount Records
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