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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, April 1T ,'1975

PaeTTH.IHGA AL

University Theatre ProgTrams
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Insurgent losses cos

(Continued from Page 1)
security duty and they helped
stockpile rifle ammunition at
the embassy. One diploma said
more Marines aboard a carrier
in the Gulf of Thailand might
be landed to evacuate Ameri-
cans if chaos breaks out in
Phnon Penh.
In other developments:
-IN BANGKOK, Thai officials
said Communist-led r e b e 1 s
launched a major ground as-
sault, using rockets and auro-
matic weapons, against govern-
ment forces in northern Thai-
land, killing 16 government
troops and wounding 20.
Cambodian President Lon
Nol flew from Bali to Hawaii
for medical treatment, Indone-
sian officials said. He left
Phnom Penh April 1 in hopes
his departure would create a
climate for peace talks.
-More than 300 Indozhina
orphans leave S a i g o n and
USHERS
NEEDED!!
FOR
University Theatre
Programs'
productions of
The Birds
April 20, 1975
3 p.m. and 8 p.m.
POWER CENTER
AND
Don't Bother Me,
I Can't Cope
April 23 & 24, 1975
8 p.m., POWER CENTER

Phnom Penh today for homes
in the United States thanks in
part to Betty Tisdale of Colua-
bus, Ga., who vowed: "I am not
going to let the Communists
have these children." She told
newsmen in Saigon that Deputy
Premier Phan Quang Dan gave
permission for 257 Vietnamese
children to be airlifted to the
U.S. West coast. In Phnom
Penh, about 50 Cambodian orph-
ans are scheduled to board U.S.
planes today for flights to Los
Angeles.
THE ACTION around Xuan {
Loc was being followed closely1
Pinball
(Continued from Page 1)
tor Gene Wagner, part owner
of a chain of arcades which in-
cludes the local Arcade 5, says
that he and other owners are
trying to alleviate the poor im-
age the game suffers.
He also maintains that the
game does not deserve its re-
putation of shabby arcades fill-
ed with bored and delinquent
kids.
"It gives a different age group
the same kind of entertainment
that us old guys get from hit-
ting a golf ball around," Wag-

tly JFK prober
for indications of whether it
might signal the start of a ma- jj j er COn
jor thrust on already nervous
Saigon. Military analysts said
it was too early to tell whether (Continued from Page 1) JFK
the South Vietnamese were set. that, the Commission started out Th
ting up a new line. with a preconception that it was dark
The South Vietnamese com- Lee Harvey Oswald alone who gluisi
mand said government forces killed Kennedy even before the tic h'
again drove back tank-led North first witness was heard." miss
Vietnamese units at Xuan Loc, In addition to the six points mosp
following the same pattern of of the 26-volume Warren Re-!"T
the day before. The North Vie:- port, ranging from Oswald's 'faith
namese were reported to have background to the effectiveness first
moved in after heavy artillery, of the Secret Service, Lane aps
rocket and mortar barrages, and suggested a seventh category some
then to have been pushed back. be invluded - "Who Killed volv
- - - - -~ - ~---' ___________

hints
ls irae
ough somberly dressed in
suit and tie, the distin-
:ed Lane's wry and sarcas-
humor concerning the Com-
ion easily livened the at-
phere.
'HE MEDIA called for
h' in the report when it
came out," he said. "Per-
there should have been
e theological experience in-
ed in the presentation."

wizards
ner commented. "Except in this
game a guy's got action all the
time."
W A G N E R forsees a time
in the near future when pinball
will be a varsity high school
sport.
Though there was no physical
activity at last Sunday's con-
test, the atmosphere resembled
that of a varsity game.

Hunkering down over
machines the contestants
cumbed to the strange and
erful grip of pinball.

their
suc-
pow-

m

Eastman School of Music
University of Rochester
New Music
and All That Jazz

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Two Views from

Eastman

Please sign up IN PERSON
at the Professional Theatre
Program offices in the Mich-
igan League building. You
must be a U-M student.

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Eastman Musical Nova, 2:00 P.M.
Sydney Hodkinson, conductor
Eastman Jazz Ensemble, 3:30 P.M.
Rayburn Wright, conductor
Bill Dobbins, soloist
Hill Auditorium

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Vote tally continues
(Continued from Page 1) vassers for certification within
years to a Democrat-HRP coal- 30 days.
ition domination. In the new Even after certification, the
council, there will be five Demo- election will probably be chal-
crats, five Republicans and one lenged by city Republicans.
HRP member. They will, according to a Demo-
IF THE Ann Arbor Board of cratic party official, ask for a
Canvassers, comprised of two recount of both first-preference
Democrats and two Republi- votes and the second-choice
cans, fail to reach a decision votes. If this fails to give
within 14 days, they will turn Stehenson a victory, they will
the election over to the Wash- probably take the Matter to
tenaw County Board of Can- court, he said.
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Friday, April 11 University Dancers: Barbour Stu-
dio, 8:30 pm.
Day Calendar General*Notices
WUOM: Morris Janowitz, U. Chi- Undergraduate Honors Convoca-
sago, "social control & Human Lion: h nulcovcto e
Servces" 9:0 a. Icognizing undergraduate honor stu-
Educational Media t dents will be held, 10:30 am, Fri.,
Schorling Aud., SEB, noon. April, 11, Hill Aud. President R. W.
Physics: G. K. O'Neill, Princeton. Fleming will address the convoca-
"The Colonization of Space," 182, tion on "What Kind of Educational
P&A Bldg. 2 pm. Policy Do We Wants?" All under-
Astronomy: Susan Simkin, MSU, graduate classes, except clinics &
"Massive Red Halos Around Spiral graduate seminars, will be dismiss-
Galaxies?" P&A Colloq. Rm., 4 pm. ed from 9:45-noon for the convo-
Ctr. South, Southeast Asian cation. However, seniors may be
Studies: Art History; Humanities: excused from clinics & seminars.
Harold Powers, Princeton, "The Au- The honor students will not wear
dible Icon: Indian Music and Mini- caps and gowns. Doors of the Au-
ture Painting." 203 Tappan, 4 pm. ditorium will open at 10 am. The
Philosophy: StanleyACavell, Har public isainvited.
yard, "An Aesthetic Analysis of a Suimmer Placement
Film," Rm. 170 P&A, 7:30 pm. 3200 SAB, 763-4117
Int'l Sports: Barbour, Waterman Camp Ma-Hi-Ya-MI Coed; Jewish
Gym, 7:30-10:30 pm. Com. Ctr. of Toledo: interview
R. C. Players: Brecht's Good Wo- Thurs. Apr. 17, 9-5; openings inc.
man of Setzuan, Res. Col. Aud., 8 nurse, maintenance help, m 18/up,
pm. asst, waterfront, senior counselors
Music School: Collegium Must- 20/up, asst. cook 20/up; register in
cum-English, Italian music from person or by phone 763-4117.
1600, Rackham Aud., 8 pm; Dorian Jewel Co., Detroit, MI: Interview
Morris, mezzo-soprano, Cady Music Thurs./Fri. Apr. 17/18 9-5; openings,
Rm., Stearns Bldg., 8 pm. salesmen, working est. rout'es, &
Int'l Folk Dance: Barbour Gym, customer reps.;' also jobs in Flint,
8:15 pm. Saginaw, Grand Rapids, Toledo; ex-
Astronomy Visitors' Night: C. R. cellent opportunities; further de-
Crowlley, "The Chemistry of the tails available.
Stars;" film, observations, Aud. C, Camp Tamarack, Detroit Fresh Air
Angell, 8:30 pm. Society: interview Fri., Apr. 11, 1-5;
1Musical Society: Spanish RTV openings for unit supv. (21), water-
Symphony, Hill Aud., 8:30 pm. front, & kitchen 'aids.
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