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THE MICHIGAN [DAILY

Tuesday, -November 24, 1970

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Laird announces U.S. staged
raid on camp in North Vietnam

BEAN BAG
CHAIS
MAKE YOUR OWN
IT'S EASY!
Wayne Hobby
34816 MICHIGAN

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HAIRSTYLES
at reduced rates

(Continued from Page 1)
fighting in Cambodia and Laos
yesterday.
Reports from Laos said the
North Vietnamese and Pathet
Lao forces had captured four Lao-
tian government positions in the
opening thrust of the enemy's dry
season offensive.
An estimated force of three
North Vietnamese battalions over-
ran two major positions on the
southeastern edge of the Bolovens
Plateau insouthernoLaos and
forced government troops to give
up a third position nearby. A
fourth government position, 155
miles north of Vientiane, also was
overrun by a mixed North Viet-}
namese-Pathet Lao force.
In Cambodia, the Phnom Penh
government claimed its troops had
cut up a Communist force 57
miles north of the capital. It was
the only triumph claimed to off-
set a series of setbacks to govern-
ment forces in the last three days.
W h i 1 e reconnaissance flights
continued over North Vietnam,
scores of American warplanes
roamed over Laos and Cambodia,
supporting embattled government
troops in both countries and
bombing North Vietnamese supply
routes running southward.
The American strike force was
beefed up by 85 of the festest and
most advanced combat planes
from the newly arrived aircraft
carrier Ranger, the second largest
warship in the Pacific Fleet.
During operations in Cambodia,
a U.S. Air Force light strike plane
went down w h i l e supporting
Phnom Penh government troops
in beseiged Korhpong Cham Prov-
ince on the northern front. It was
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the first loss in Cambodia since
Oct. 11, and the 50th since last
May. The U.S. Command said the
cause of the crash was unknown,l
but that the two crewmen werel
rescued in good condition.
In South Vietnam ground fight-
ing was at a low level, with only
small actions reported.
The U.S. Command reported
American troop strength in South
Vietnam dropped by 3,800 men,
last week to 360,000, the lowest
total in four years. It is scheduled

to be reduced further, to 344,000
men, by the end of this year un-
der the fifth phase timetable of
the U.S. withdrawal from Viet-
nam.
U.S. headquarters also reported
that an American helicopter gun-
ship fired by mistake into South
Vietnamese troops and killed one
government soldier and wounded
seven more. Headquarters said the
accidental firing in the central
highlands Sunday is under in-
vestigation.

WAYNE

721-0700

COMPLETE HOBBY SHOP
WORTH THE DRIVE!
1 1 a.m.-9 p.m. Sun. 1 -5

All work done by senior students
Visit Our School
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Phone 663-4702

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tion; however, student loans not yet
due are exempt. Any unpaid accounts at
the close of business on the last day
of classes will be reported to the cash-
ier of the University and
°(a) All academic credits will be
withheld, the grades for the semester
or summer session just completed will
not be released, and no transcript of
credits will be issued.
"(b) All students owing such accounts;
will not be allowed to register in any
subsequent semester or summer session
until payment has been made."
ORGANIZATIONI
M NOTICES
All are welcome to Baratin Coffee
Hour, every Thurs., 3-5, Frieze Bldg.,

interested in French language and
culture.
* * * *
The Office of Student Organizations
would like to announce its new office
hours: Mon.-Fri., 8:30 - 5:30 and 7 -
9 p.m., Mon. - Thurs.
* * * *
Ageless Science of Yoga, instruction in
the yoga exercises as taught by quai-
ified instructors. Sponsored by Self-
Realization Fellowship. Call Linda
after 6 p.m. at 761-9825.
* * * *
The Project Community presents A
Children's iFlm Festival. On Nov. 28-
Stop, Look and Laugh (3 Stooges), and
Red Balloon. Canterbury House - 330
Maynard St. From 10 a.m. to 12
noon. Tickets on sale at the Project
ICommunity Office, 2547 SAB or call=
763-3548 for further information.
** * *
L.D.S. Student Association, Nov. 24,
at 7:30 p.m., Henderson Room, Mich-
igan League. Speaker: Warner Wood-
worth,The Faith of the Latter-Day
Saints."

-Associated Press
Fishy payoff
Michigan Sen. Robert P. Griffin yesterday pays off his bet with
Ohio Sen. William B. Baxbe. The prize, a King Salmon, was won
when Michigan lost to Ohio State in last Saturday's football
game.
SEAT NEW MEMBERS:
SGC to investigate
elecion crtilci sms

By ROSE SUE BERSTEIN
Student Government Council
last night voted to withhold pay-I
ments to the election director and
assistant director pending an in-
vestigation of election procedures
and alleged incompetencies in last
week's SGC elections.
The Credentials and Rules Com-
Senators hit
new bombingsQ.tw
(Continued from Page 1)
aid program for Cambodia, Ful-
bright told reporters "It would
seem to indicate that the actual
policy is to escalate the war and
to seek a military victory",--a goal
repeatedly disavowed by the ad-
ministration.
Sen. George McGovern (D-SD),
renewed a demand that all Amer-
ican forces be withdrawn from
Vietnam by next June 30.
"If tying the President's hands,
is the only way we can stop him
from tying our country down to
an indefinite war in Indochina,"
he told the Senate, "then we in-1
deed should tie his hands and
force an end to this conflict."

mittee will remain an active body
for one month for the specific pur-
pose of investigating campaign
expenditures and elections pro-
cedures, Council decided.
SGC additionally moved, in ac-
cepting the candidates' statements
of expenses, to request that every
student organization which con-
tributed to a campaign report
these contributions as campaigr
expenditures for the specific can-
didates involved.
Seven new council members were
seated and five members whose
terms had expired were retired.
Inaugurated to council for their
first elected terms were mem-
bers originally appointed to fill va-
cancies: Paul Teich, '71, former
administrative vice-president, A:
Ackerman '72L and Andre Hunt
'74.
Also seated were Jeff Lewin,,
'73, Marnie Heyn, '71, Jeanne Len-
zer, '74 and Brian Spears, '71. The
new members will serve for one-
year terms, excepting Spears,
who will serve for a half-year.
In other action, SGC joined the
International Students Association
as a preliminary move towards al-
lowing council to sponsor charter
flights.

Spend An Evening With
THE FIFTH
DIMENSION
THE JIMMY
CASTOR BUNCH
Friday, November 27, 1970 at Cobo Arena
Show starts at 8:30 P.M., Doors Open at 7:30 P.M.
Tickets are: $3.50, $4.50 and $5.50. Tickets on sale now at all
J. L. Hudson stores, Grinnell stores and Cobo Arena Box Office, I
Washington Blvd., Detroit, Michigan 48226. Phone No. 962-
5870.
An Aruse Production

the SCARAB BRACELET
a harmonious array of
hand-carved
multi-colored stones.
Scarab jewelry is as old as
a > {Civilization, used by
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ancient peoples as a
y symbol of fertility.
The SCARAB BRACELET
is available in gold-filled,
sterling, and 14 Karat gold.
from ten dollars ^
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SHORT WAY LINES
Special Service to Detroit Metro Airport
Wednesday, Nov. 25,
LEAVE MICHIGAN UNION AT
7:20 A.M. . 12:05 P.M. 4:20 P.M.
9:20 A.M. 1:25 P.M. 5:05 P.M.
10:05 A.M. 2:05 P.M. 6:35 P.M.
11:10 A.M. 2:50 P.M. 8:35 P.M.
3:35 P.M.
Fare $2.00
Return Service on Sunday, Nov. 29 and Monday,
Nov. 30, Will Operate as Frequently as Necessary
Daily Service to
Flint, Toledo, Lansing,.
Pontiac, Detroit
CALL 662-5511 FOR INFORMATION

Listen for
the sounds
of love.:.
Where do you hear them?
In a plea for help from
someone who needs it? In a
dialogue between students and
the Establishment? In a talk
session for a marriage-on-the-
rocks? At a Catholic Mass
conducted in an Episcopal
Church?
You'd be surprised.
The sounds of love are
everywhere - anyone can
hear them. If they listen.
The Paulists listen. But,
like everything in life, the
things that matter most are
the hardest.
It isn't easy being a Paulist.
But then, the best things in
life never are.
If you are interested in
more information about the
Paulist priesthood, write to:
Rev. Donald C. Campbell,C.S.P.
Vocation Director
GPaulist
Fatherg
Room 114
415 West 59th Street
New York, N.Y. 10019
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