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Friday, April 4, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page dine

Friday, April 4, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Pa9e Nine

Brawl brings end
to SGC meeting
(Continued from Page 1) last day of classes this term.
police, claiming he had been That motion will be voted on
pohc, climig hehad eennext week.
assaulted. After city police ar-
rived however,he changed his
mind and decided not to press
charges. Badmout
THIS is the first time in re- "
cent memory that a fight hasl
broken out in SGC chambers.
Black, however, has been ar- .
rested twice before on charges -A traffic o was ed
of assault and batterv. -A traffic offender was fined
ofr thssaul t atte. C $25 for speeding and $50 for
Before the fight ensued Cohn-!caln the judge a communist
cil succeeded in allocating $300 in court here yesterday.
to the Food Action Coalition to As District Associate Judge
defray costs of their recentcon- Norman Elliott found Dale Pet-
ference durinz World Food tijohn, 20, guilty of speeding,
Week: another $300 to the Mich- ehdefendan stalked away
igan Fair Tax Campaign to aid from the Bench and, in a loud
in lobbying for a graduated -oice, called the judge a com-
income tqx in Michigan. m~"past.
The Snartaciis Yoith Legwea Judge Elliott foimnd Pettijohn
was allocated $150 to pay for in contemnt of court.
a forum organized by the or- "Grumbling is one thing -
ganization. There was a first von exnect ordinary grumb-
readine on a motion for $150 link," the midge said afterward.
from the Madison Street Activi- "But this was different."
ties Committee for an all cam- ITldee Elliott said he is a Re-
pus street party to be held the publican.
DATL OFFICIAL RITl IFTIN

Vietnam
situation
'tragic'
-Ford
(Continued from Page 1)
million we have asked for" in
additional military aid for Sai-
gon.
NORTH VIETNAM said that
any effort of the Ford adminis-
tration to prolong the "death
agonies" of the Saigon govern-
ment will be in vain and will
denrive the American people of
more money, accordingtothe
North Vietnam News Agency.
Quoting a statement issued by
the North Vietnamese Foreign
Ministry, the agency said the
Ford administration must im-
mediately call off the airlifting
of military equipment to the
Saigon government of President
Nguyen Van Thieu.

Thien guardslays
military leader
(Continued from Page 1). ' ed to the U.S. government for
generals for alleged assassina- an airlift of jumbo jets. "I don't
tion attempts. want my babies to die," one
Vietnamese mother wailed.
SAIGON (') -- Calls for the In Phnomn Penh, government
quick overthrow of President troops pushed back a new rebel
Nguyen Van T h i e u swept bulge eight miles northwest of
through the city as his govern- the city on Thursday, according
ment issued shoot-to-kill orders to field reports. And a govern-
to maintain security in the cap- ment official claimed thousands
ital and 50,000 insurgent troops of soldiers and civilians previ-
massed only 45 to 55 miles ously feared lost were still nold-
away. ing out near Neak Luong, the
The insurgents said they had fallen Mekong River enclave 32
taken the district town of Chon miles southeast of the city.
Thanh, 45 miles north of Sai- INSURGENT shellfire dam-
gon, after weeks of heavy siege, aged t w o government light
and Hanoi radio said action had bombers and damaged two civil-
been taken to "punish diehard ian planes at the airport, nd
commanders" in Tuy noa, the rockets wounded 12 persons in
capital of coastal Phu Yen Prov- different areas around Phnom
ince that fell Wednesday. No de- Penh, but the U.S. airlift con-
tails of the "punishment" were tinued. Heavy fighting also was
givenbut the broadcast din- reported at Battambang, the
cated some aspects of the take-! country's second largest city
over of Huy Hoa were bloody. t 180 miles northwest of the
CALLS FOR an anti-Thieu capital.

Elections for LS & A
Student Government Positions (1975-76)
Any registered LS & A student wishing to run as a candidate
must file an application with the LS & A Student Government
Office, 4001 Michigan Union, no later than 5 p.m., April 10,
1975.
f POSITIONS AVAILABLE INCLUDE:
PRESIDENT, VICE PRESIDENT, as well as 7 full year and 3 half year
f REPRESENTATIVES
A Applications available at LSA-SG office, 4001 Michigan Union
0 Candidates meeting to be held 5 p.m. April 10 at LS & A-SG office

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The statement said the Ameri- coup coincided with the first
an government must put an im- open attack on the president byt
nian e veen t uthe aforciblethe country's ranking Roman!
iediate end to the forcible Catholic, S a i g o n ArchbishopI
vacuation of the population !'guyen Van Binh. Thieu, a
ad pull all the U.S. Marine Catholic himself, up until six
nits and U.S. Navy ships out months ago had counted on the,
f the "waters of Vietnam with- two million Catholics in So th
,ta ,,arVietnam for his only substan-!

Friday, April 4
Day Calendar
WUOM: CBC documentary, "Ti-
tanic: Six Decades of Controversy,"
10 am.
Educational Media Ctr.: Real
West, Schorling Aud., SEB, noon.
Group on Latin American Issues:
Guillermo O'Donnell, "The Political
Economy of Bureaucratic Authori-
tarian States," Int'l Ctr., 1:30 pm;
"The Political Impact on Multina-
tional .Corporations," E. Lec. Hall.
Rackham. 7:30 pm.
UM-Dearborn: Robt. M. Silver-
stein, SUNY, Syracuse, "Insect
Pheromones," 138 Admin. Bldg., 3
pm.
Stearns Collection: Karl Geiringer,
"Lute and Guitar in Historic Per-
spective," Cady Music Rm..4 pm.E
Michigan Cancer Institute: GeraldF
Edelman. Rockefeller U., "New
views of the Cell Surface," Aud. 3,
MLB, 4 pm.
Astronomy: Bernard Bopp, U. of
Toledo, "Surface Phenomena in dMe
Stars," P&A Colloq. Rm., 4 pm.
Future Worlds: "Planet Earth: A
Color and Sound Tour in Concert,"
Aud, A, Angell, 4 pm; James Lou-
don, "Jupiter, the Outer Planets
and Beyond," Rackham Aud., 71
pm.
Int'l Div., I. M. Sorts: Waterman
Gym. 7:30-10:30 pmn.:
African Films: Negro Heroes from
American History, Lee. Rm. I, MLB,
8 pm.
University Dancers: Power Ctr., 8
pmt
Bi

Michigan Academy Science. Arts, . UUL Uelay.
). tial popular support.
Letter: Debate -Win. F. Buckley N OI'WLLflduet
vs. Zoltn Ferency, Perry Bulard, NOBODY WILL fall dune to volunteer agencies trying to
Hill Aud., 8 pm. t h e F o r d administration's airlift Vietnamese orphans to
thai. flute, RecitalR Hal, 8pm; LilCi scheme of involving a number the United States from Siuth
legium Musicum - Javanese Game- of governments and internation- Vietnam, n o w three - quarters
ion concert, Rackham Assembly. 8!al bodies in the forcible evacua- controlled by the North Viet-
pm: opera - "Tales of Hoffman,
Menielssohn, 8 pm. tion of the population," it added. namese and insurgents, appeal-
Int'l Folk Dance: Barbour Gym,.---.-
8:15 pm.
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On the northwest perimeter of
the capital, about eight miles
from the center of the city, gov-
ernment troops backed by artil-
lery, armored vehicles, gunship
helicopters and T28 light bomb-
ers retook about a square 4uile
of farmland that was abandoned
the night before under havv
rebel attack, field reports -aid.
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$2.50 .
FRI.-SAT.
"the country's
best known unknown"
Michael
Cooney
proceeded to dazzle the
audience with on astound-
inq performance"
--Albany Times Union
14Z1 ill $TRIT

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Tryouts
FOR FOOTBALL AND BASKETBALL
CHEERLEADER SQUAD
APRIL 10-1 P.M.
CRISLER ARENA
Practice Sessions: April 7, 8
Preliminaries, April 9
Crisler Arena, 7 P.M.

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you
see
news
happen
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THE LAST POETS

A game you will
take with you
BILLIARDS
At the UNION

Colloquium: 'Latin Americans in Struggle'
FRI.-SAT., APRIL 4-5: "Politics and Society in
Latin America:" Two-day discussion on the char-
acteristics, implications, and explanation of con- I
temporary authoritarian regimes in Latin America. j
Speakers and participants: Guillermo O'Donnell,
Argentine Political Scientist, now at Princeton;
Philippe Schmitter, Political Scientist, Chicago;
Peter McDonough, Political Scientist, Michigan;
0ose Nun, Sociologist, Toronto; Shepard Forman'
'1 , Anthropology, Michigan.I
FRI., APRIL 4: Guillermo O'Donnell, "The Political
Economy of Bureaucratic Authoritarian States."
International Center, 1:30 p.m.
"The Political Impact of Multinational Cor-
porations." Rackham's East Lecture Hall, 7:30
p.m.
SATURDAY, APRIL 5: Philippe Schmitter: "The Political Economy of Bu-
reaucratic Authoritarian States, Part Il." Rackham's East Conference Room.
10:30 a.m. Coffee & pastries. "Political Mobilization and Popular Move-
ments in Authoritarian States." Rackham's East Conference Room. 1 :30 p.m.
SPONSORED BY THE GROUP ON LATIN AMERICAN ISSUES
1300 Arborview, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48103

c 1. " THE LAST POETS are an institution in the Black Com-
munity. Often controversial, always dynamic and out-
spoken, they struggled for several years to be the mes-
sengers of truth. Their powerful brand of poetic truth
has travelled widely because of their enthusiasm for
performance and because of the three best selling albums that bear their name: "The Last Poets",
"This Is Madness" and recent release "Chastisement". Collectively their albums have sold more
than a million copies, which explains why they are the most popular Black poetry group in the
world. The Last Poets deserve due credit for popularizing this form of using p o e t r y as a direct
means of political and spiritual communication. The Poets call themselves street people and as-
pire to nothing higher than helping their brothers. If you are in the mood for some serious com-
munication with these extraordinary three brothers from the streets of our own experience, call
upon THE LAST POETS.
APRIL 4, 1975-8:00 P.M. E.M.U.'s Pease Auditorium
$2.00 (Students with I.D.) $3.00 (General Public)
SPONSOR: OFFICE OF MINORITY AFFAIRS-E.M.U.

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