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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, February 5, 1974

Amerieans Israelis withdraw
would rather -
s uare Gat Ies
have a Ford
FAYID, Egypt (J')-Israeli inva- der the Suez disengagement plan'
sion troops withdrew from another worked out by Secretary of State
PRINCETON (P)-The latest Gal- 100 square miles of occupied Egypt Henry Kissinger.
lup Poll says 46 per cent of Ameri- yesterday, blowing up at least They remained in control of about
cans surveyed would prefer to have seven missile bases before rolling 600 miles of Egyptian territory west
Vice President Gerald Ford serve back across the Suez Canal. of the canal, captured in the Octo-
as president for the remainder of Clouds of black smoke and flame ber war, and the largest part of
President Nixon's term. spurting from the concrete bases- the Sinai peninsula, captured in
The survey, taken Jan. 18-24, launch pads for Russian-made SAM the 1967 war.
showed 46 per cent preferred Ford rockets-were visible from this
to Nixon, 32 per cent chose Nixon abandoned Israeli position near THE KISSINGER PLAN calls for
and 22 per cent expressed no pref- Jebel Cineifa, a ridge of hills north Israeli withdrawal to about 14
erence. of Suez city. miles east of the canal and a thin-
In the survey, 1,592 adults were ning of Egyptian men and equip-
asked, "Here is a question about THE ISRAELIS, who vacated 300 ment in Egyptian-held territory on
President Richard Nixon and Vice square miles of Egyptian territory the east bank. A United Nations
President Gerald Ford: If you last week and lifted their three- buffer force will separate the two
had a choice, which man would month siege of Suez city, completed armies in the Sinai once the pull-
you rather have as president be- the second stage of withdrawal un- back is completed in 17 days.
tween now and the next presiden-
tial election in 1976-Nixon or ! . "t " ' ^t''A 7 ?:
Ford?
oA ong Republicans, 57 per cent DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
chose Nixon, 28 per cent chose
Ford and 15 per cent said they :; ,-"'.. ::::r >v: :;. ": 4":
were undecided. Eighteen per cent
of the Democrats chose Nixon, 55 The Daily Official Bulletin is an Opportunities for Women in Mgt.
per cent chose Ford and 27 per cent official publication of the Univer- Data Proc., Personnel & other Fields,"
gave no preference. Nixon was the sity of Michigan. Notices should be Rms. 4, 5 Mich. League, noon.
favorite of 35 per cent of the in- 4s E. Jefferson, before 2 p.m. of LSA Coffee Hour: Far Eastern Lan-
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cent, with 20 per cent naming no by 2 p.m. Friday for Saturday and Future Worlds Lecture Series: Carl
choice. Sunday. Items appear once only. u agan. Corlnell ULehe Deement o
Choice. ~~~~~Student organization notices areSanCrelU"TeDvopntfI
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such as blacks, Catholics and labor more information, phone 764-9270. Communities," Hill Aud., 3 pm.
union families favored Ford most Tuesday, February 5 Mathematics: "Models of Rotating
heavily, the Gallup organization Day Calendar Stars," 3201 Angell Hall, 4 pm.3
said. Career Planning, Placement: "Career Engineering: S. Barker, "Recent Ap-}

The bu d get dollar
This chart shows income and outgo under the budget which
President Nixon sent Congress yesterday.
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and be cool, and will not be
stampeded into action by every
little thing that might come along."

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piications of Laser Anemonetry at Calf g g U1%."-'' g.
Tech," 107 Aerospace Bldg., 4 pm. The Pentagon's military spend-
Ext. Service, English Dept.: poetry ing, excluding other expenditures
reading, E. Jong, Aud. 3, MLB, 4:10 pm. for national defense, jumped from
79.5 billion dollars to 85.8 billion
Psych Film: "Summerhill;" "What's dollars in the new budget, chiefly
New at School," Aud. 3, MLB, 4:30 because of inflation.
pm. Most of the increase was at-
Women's Basketball: U-M vs. Western tributed to the soaring cost of fuel
Michigan, Crisler, 7 pm. and equipment and, paying troops
Computing Ctr.: B. Carnahan, "The even though the size of the armed
Fortran iv Programming Lang.-iii," forces will shrink to 2,152,000 men
Nat. Sci. Aud., 7:30 pm. by the summer of 1975, from 3,547,-
Nr. East., N. African Studies, Clas- 000 in 1969.
ast., N. African Studies, Cl asn- Only 300,000 dollars of the 6.3 bil-
sical Studies, Medieval, Renaissance I;-A1- ,..,-- ., , .

DID SPAGREN
VISITEARTH IN
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Collegium: F. Peters, NYU, "Hellenism
in the Near East," Lec. Rm. 2, MLB, 8
pm.
WCBN: "Music, Poetry on Joni Mit-
chell," 89.5 MHz, 8 pm.
Residential Coll. Astronomical Film
Fest.: "Skylab: The First Forty Days,"
Skylab slides, "Magnetosphere," E.
Quad Aud., 9 pm.
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Tuesday, February 5, 1974
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marked for improving weapons
systems or starting new programs.
NATIONAL DEFENSE spending
accounted for about 29 per cent of
total expenditures in the new bud-
get, or six per cent of the Gross
National Product (GNP)-the value
of all goods and services produced.
The biggest single allotment in
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dollars for human resources-al-
most 50 per cent of total spending
and covering education, manpower
training, health, social security and
other forms of income security, and
ex-servicemen's benefits. Spending
for similar programs in the cur-
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