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SPAGHETTI DAY
Noon to 9:00 P.M.
Dinner for Two for $3.95
Pitcher of Beer (50 oz.) $1.00
TOTAL PACKAGE $4.95S
villae Bell

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, September 29, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, September 29, 1974
.4

Betty Ford said in
'satisfactory' condition

FONDA, ELLSBERG COMING
Indochina week scheduled

(Continued from Page 1)
to require three or four weeks
for convalescence.

the tumor was small-aoout two
centimeters in diameter.
BUT HE said that nc pro-

Dr. Fouty, a Navy captain, cedure other than the radical
said there was no sign tlut the surgery was possible.
cancer had spread to Ms. Ford's Lukash told reporters that Ms.
other breast. Ford presented an atmosphere
But he added that paholo- of confidence and demonstrated
gists would examine the tissue "inner strength" throughout her
that had been removed to deter- ordeal.
mine the exact extent of the Asked whether any arrange-
tumor. ments were being made for
women who had undergone mas-
MS. FORD entered the hos- tectomies to talk to Ms. Ford
pital Friday night following dis- and help her to adjust psycho-
covery of a lump in her breast logically to her condition, Lu-
during a routine annual exam- kash said she had close friends
ination on Thursday. who had undergone a similar

(Continued from Page 1) a series of rallies and teach-ins
Dr. Ed Pierce will afford in- occurring across the country
terested people a chance to this week. Organizers say they
meet Ellsberg and Fonda in hope the week will perslade
person. students to join the movement'
to pressure Congress for a halt'
On Thursday, which organ- of military and financial aid to
izers have designated Student Indochina. Only when aid is cut
Day of Concern, 800 University off, they say, will the South
faculty members and TF's have Vientamese and Cambodian gov-'
been asked to donate their time ernments be forced to make a!
and class periods for dis ussion workable political settlement of
to the Indochina situation since the Indochina conflict.
the 1973 peace agreement. This week's events include:

Call IPC for details at 764-7548 or
761-0771 or drop by 332 S. State.
Also:
-University history Prof. John
Whit nore speaks on Vietnam at
2 p.m., Angell Hall, followed by an
open discussion;
-Movie "A Question of Torture"
and slideshow "Post-War War"
shown in Aud. 3 MLB at 3 p.m.;
-"Health and the War" slideshow
and discussionl, Rm. 3000 "old"
School of Public Health building,
4 p.m.;
-Joe Frankl and Dave Murphy of
IPC appear on WCBN "Talk-back"
show, 7 p.m. and;
-Movie "A Question of Torture"
shown at Alice Lloyd Klein Lounge,
8:30 p.m..
THURSDAY: More teach-ins. Am-
nesty Action Group organizational
meeting, 7 p.m., Green Room, First
Methodist Church on State and
Washtenaw. "A Question of Tor-
ture" and "Post-War War" shown
again at 3 p.m., old Public Health
building.
SATURDAY: Fund-raiser at the
home of Dr. Ed Pierce, 1409 Beach-
wood, 4-6 p.m. Fonda and Ellsberg
will be there. Donation $2.50, $7.50
or $12.50. Rally at Rackham Aud:,
8:30 p.m., free.

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She had previously beia ex-
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operation

iamrned only seven monTTs agoh
but no symptoms of the cancer THE PRESIDENT revised his
had been found. Ms. Ford her- schedule because of the opera-
f I self had been unaware of the tion. Instead of going to the
I nodule, or lump, on her breast. Washington Hilton Hotel in the
Csmorning to attend the final ses-
Captain Fouty said that be- sion of a two-day domestic in-I
cause detection had been early flation summit, he stayed at
) -~ --- -- the White House, by a special
phone connected to the hospital.
a(uAt about 11 a.m. he went by
Ihelicopter to see Ms. Ford and
SMOKINGhe began a closing address to
Lai thenbewent to thenHiltoddrwhere
I the summit by referring to the
U of Michigan stu. wa
- professional assistance,
j your hai ou eat University Fo
phone 764-0434 OPEN
The Dail y Mon.-Fri. 9-3 by the hearth at th
CENTER on the 2nd
IGAN UNION.

THE WEEK'S events begin
this morning at 9:30 with a
panel discussion on amnesty at
the First Presbyterian Church
ton Washtenaw. Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday mornings,
a replica of the "tiger cages"
used by the South Vietnamese
government to imprison many
of its 200,000 prisoners will be'
on display in the Fishbowl. E
Seminars and workshops deal-
ing with the political prisonersx
in South Vietnam and the issue
of amnesty will go on Wednes-
day and Thursday. Information
about the week's events can be
obtained at a literature table inG
the F i s h bo w 1 Wednesday
through Friday mornings. t
The local events are part of

TODAY: Panel on amnesty dis-
cussing President Ford's "earned
re-entry" plan. Speakers include
Joan Chesler of the Amnesty Action
Group, Ken Colton of the First
Methodist Church, and Barbara
Fuller ofsthe Interfaith Council for
Peace, appearing at the First Pres-
byterian Church on Washtenaw,
9:30 a.m.
TUESDAY: Nancy Woodside of
Detroit IPC speaks on Vietnam at
a noon lunch at the International
Center, 603 E. Madison.
WEDNESDAY: Teach-ins - study-
action seminars in various classes.

Daily OfficialBulletin
ay 4yalendar
Sunday, September 29
TV Ctr.: Country of Old Men: The
Parental Imperative, WWJ-TV,
Channel 4. noon.
Music School: Faculty Chamber
concert, Rackham Ad.. 4 pn; Sis-
ter Lorraine Miller, organ Doctoral,
His Aut., 8 pm.
Monday. September 30
WUOM: Two-part program: Mary.
Rosculp, radio station, WOSU, &
Terry waldo, reducer. "This Is Rag-
time" show, on ragtime; Canadian
organist, Frederick Geoghegan, in-
terviewed by Rosnlp of WOSU, 10
am."
Macrorrolecular Research Ctr.:
Intermolecular Association," 1200
Chemistry, 4 pm
Appl. Mech. & Eng. Science 1974-
5 Midwest Mechanits Seminar: Pro!.
A.S. Kobaaski, Mech. Eng., Univ.
of Washington.-Seattle,,"Fracture
Dynamics; Surface Flaws;" 229 W.
Eng. 4 pn!
High Energy Seminar: M. Longo,
"Neutron-Nuclei Total Cross Sec-
tions" P&A Colloq. Rmi., 4:15 pm.
Music School: carillon recital,
Hudson Ladd, Christopher Marzo-
nie, Burton Tower, 7-8.pm.
CEW: "The University Libraries
and How To Use Them," UGLI, 7:30
pm.
A-V Ctr.: Gertrude Stein: When
You See Remember Me, Pendleton
Arts Inf. Ctr., Union, 8 pm.
EMusic School: Thomas Strode, or-
gan. Hill Aud., 8 pm.
RECRUITING ON CAMPUS: Oct.
7-U.$. Air Force; Oct. 8--Washing-
ton & Lee Univ/Law Ech.; Oct. 9-
Social Security Admin. & Univ. of
Chicago/Grad Sch.; Oct. 10--Manu-
facturers Natl. Bank, Geo. Washing-
ton Univ/Law & Mich. Dept. of
Educ. for Soc. Work; Oct. 11-Los
jAlamos Scientific Lab-Phd Physics
I& BS, MS or. Phd, Comp. Scd.

Econ meeting held

Aklore Society
HOUSE

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i

(Continued from Page 1)
sharing, prospects for producer-
consumer talks and recycling of
the oil dollars pouring into pro-
ducer states.
Added significance was at-
tached to the ministerial dis-
cussion with the disclosure by
White House sources that Pres-
ident Ford's aides were slow-
ly and carefully making plans
for a meeting of world heads
of state should one be needed to
deal with global economic prob-
lems.

ie PEN DLETON ART
floor of the MICH-

emergency oil sharing, the pros-
pects for a joint meeting of oil
consumers and producers and
other global economic problems
including the recycling of surg-

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Sunday, Sept.

29

Come and find out about
the society and its acti-
vities.
MUSIC, CRAFTS, and
other events

The sources
ever, that the
paring for such
take time.

stressed, how-
process of pre-
a summit would

ing oil revenues. Summer Placement Service
The tateDepatmen has3200 SAB, 763-4117
The State Department has ANNOUNCEMENTS: Mackinac Is-
stressed that there will be no land State Park Com., Student Asst.
actions, no agreements and no 03, Civil Service ob; appis., Oct. 15-
com unqus romth ifoma Jan. 15. Forestry Students: Apply
communiques from the informal EARLY. Los Alamos Scientific Labs,
talks. New Mexico: interview Oct. 11, will
talk about summer openings be-
DIPLOMATIC sources said tween regular interviews; be grad.
that the French government or Phd in Physics & Bs, MS, or
Phd, Comp. Sci.
was now clearly seen as a co- , --- -s- .
operative spirit in the approach
to problems of conservation and THE MICHIGAN DAILY
sharing of supplies should there volume LXXXV, No. 22
be a new Arab oil embargo. Sunday, September 29, 1974
is edited and managed by students
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were going out of their way to
stress that the ministerial dis-
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