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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, February 5, 1975

ISN'T IT ABOUT TIME
YOU DID SOMETHING?
Immediate Orenings on the following
University Committees:
Student Organizations Board
* Civil Liberties Board
O Student Relations
0 Advisory Committee on Recreation,j
Intramural, and Club Sports
f Research Policies (graduate students only)
-ALSO--
* University Cellar Board of DirectorsI
(GRADUATE STUDENTS ONLY)
Interviews for all these committees will be
next Tues. and Wed. (Feb. 11 & 12)
For more information, to sign up for interviews, and to
pick up applications qo to the SGC offices, 3rd floor
Michigan Union.

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MARCH 2-9
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TRIP INCLUDES
" 7 Nichts at the SHERATON
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" Round trip jet from
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" All tips and hotel taxes
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0 Free transfers and boaogaqe
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* Complimentary creen fees
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" Complimentary in-fliaht
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other extras

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Heath
resigns
(Continued from Page 1)
fident" after the vote.
"IT IS A very good basis on
which to go forward to the
second ballot. We believe that
our vote will remain firm, and
we hope to attract a few more,"
she said.
But Britain's oddsmakers fa-
vored another possible conten-
der-Conservative Party Chair-
man William Whitelaw, 56, who
gained a high reputation as min-
ister for Northern Ireland when
the Tories were in power. He
stayed out of the first ballot to
back Heath.
However, some feel White-
law's more moderate views may
be more acceptable to the pub-
lic and to labor unions than the
hard, right-wing attitudes re-
cently expressed by Thatcher.
She has called for a return
to traditional Conservative poli-
cies and the free market system.
The burly, popular Whitelaw
had said he would not oppose
Heath, his personal friend, but
he is likely to enter the race,
now, observers said.

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TRAVEL
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meaningful work
The National Association for
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Call 764-7457 to sign up for a aroup appointment
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at 7:30 in Room 8115 of the Modern Lanquaqes Buildinq

(of Brooklyn) will try to break the
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PLACE: Eaton Lounqe, Baits I
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EVENTS: Asian - American
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the Asian-American Experi-
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REFRESHMENTS
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mnuas area;IIrmak read a statement to
r states and newsmen that had been draft-I
ed at a two-hour meeting of
ished Tues-1 the National Security Council.
y morning.
0 by carrier It hinted that Turkey may re-
local mail consider agreements that pro-
$65 non- vide America with several mili-
tary bases in Turkey, including
-the strategic airfield at Incir-E
lik.I
"TURKEY NO longer sees
S any benefit in continuing pre-
sent negotiations with the Unit-

agreements.
Irmak added that "the full
responsibility for the reorganiz-
ation of the present defense co-
operation between Turkey and
the United States will rest with
the U.S. Congress.
The cutoff also will require
Turkey to reconsider its con-
tributions to the North Atlantic
Treaty Organization (NATO)
the premier said. Both Greece
and Turkey are NATO mem-
bers.

Turkey loses Aid
(Continued from Page 1) ed States on the application of
and added, "Such an attempt the present bilateral agree-
at pressuring Turkey was con- ments," Irmak said. The U.S.
demned to produce exactly the bases are covered under such

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