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FHE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, F8bruary 10, 1974' 1

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TH IS WEEKEND I
$2.50 8:30
FRI.-SAT.-SUN.
MICHAEL
COONEY
A ONE MAN FOLK
FESTIVAL
MON., FEB. 1I-
ALICE GERRAD and
HAZEL DICKENS
1421 HILL STREET
761-1451
1421 Hill ST I
1&14'1SI

Bullard
initiates
new info.
office

Trucks resuming runs,

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DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
Sunday, February 10

(Continued from Page 1)
continued to block two Florida
truck stops. The Arizona drivers
said the end of their blockade did
not necessarily mean they'd de-
cided to return to work.
Highway patrols in Kansas and
Missouri escorted a convoy of 27
refrigerated trucks which pulled
out of Emporia, Kan., with loads
of food for points East. Ten of the
trucks were hauling meat for Iowa
Beef Processors, one of the nation's
largest meat-packing firms.
In Florida, where shipment of

the winter produce crop was asti- of acceptance. Some of the dIrivers
mated down by 25 per cent durirg voting to accept, said they did not
the strike, a convoy of produce- plan to begin driving until at 1°ast
filled triicks he ded North Offi. tnmnru whP }hAr mlr ltr

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cials said if they encounter no
trouble there will be other similar
trucks following in a day or two.
IN AREAS ACROSS the cointry
yesterday small groups of drivers
continued to vote on the proposed
settlement, and the results con-
tinued to be mixed.
But, in contrast to votes taken
Thursday and Friday, the majority
reported yesterday were in favor

(Continued from Page 1)
"Besides," Bullard said,
car has no radio and it's
hog." He said that his Fiat
be fixed by tomorrow.

"the
a gas
should

PRESENTLY, Bullard is draft-
ing a dope petition that will pro-
pose decriminalization of mariju-
ana. He is also working on an im-
peachment resolution and a move
to nationalize oil companies.
"CITIZENS groups have to mo-
bilize to put pressure on state leg-
islators," Bullard told the 50 peo-
ple that attended yesterday after-
noon's office-opening ceremony.
But no body seemed too motivat-
ed yesterday. There were a lot of
people sitting around drinking cof-
fee, munching on donuts and malt-
ing small talk.

'U' club trains brid!

By ROB MEACHUM
Relatively unknown among clubs
aroumd the University is the U of
M Duplicate Bridge Club.
Headed by Junior Master Jim
Glickman, the club has been in
existence for "about a year and a
half," meeting Sunday afternoons
at 2 p.m. in the Anderson Room of
the Union.
On any given Sunday, 20 to 70
people participate in the games.
The set-up of duplicate bridge is
relatively complex. There are four

levels of games: national, regional,
sectional, and club.
For each tournament, points areI
awarded to the individuals who win
the most games. These points are
accumulated, enabling one to be
rated by the American Contract
Bridge League (ACBL).
To become a Life Master in the
league, one must accumulate 300
points; .to attain Junior Master
status, one must get only one point.
However, the latter, says Glick-
man, "is easier said than done."

Vomnorrow w eni ey coud deter- Day Calendar
mine what some of their fellow Women's Studies: "Women in the
truckers were going to do. Reel World," Aud. No..170, P-A Bldg.,
noon.
Usery met withrepresentatives Music School: J. McCollum, tenor, N.
of independent truckers from Flor- Hodge, piano, Rackham Aud., 4:30 pm.
ida, New Jersey and the Southeast Monday, February 11
terdaSACUAMeeting: 4078 Admin. Bldg.,
yes ay. 2 pm.
"We'l hve omeholout," e -Physics: M. Gole, U of Washington,
"We'll have some holdouts," he ; .Mtastabil ty, CInstability, & Hystee=
said, "but I think the vast number sis: Catastrophe in the Growth of Li-
of trucks will be back on the high- Quid Films," 2038 Randall Lab., 4 pm.
Ways tolorrolw.''Basketball: U-M vs. Northwestern,
Crisler, Arena, 8pm.
Career Planning & Placement
3200 sAB, 764-7456
e O V e s.Recruitingonuam b:Fe.12: Con-
Conmmerce, Bur. o Census; Nati. Cash
Reg.; Cincinnati Milacron; Feb. 15:
The city has produced three ex- Sears. Roebuck & Co., U. S. Atomic
Energy; Feb. 18: Neiman-Marcus: Peb.
cellent players of the complex card, 19: Dun & Bradstreet, Inc., Cont fll.
game. All Life Masters, they are Natl. Bk. & Trust-Chgo., Marshall Field
rated in the top 25 of their age Co.: Feb. 20: Soc. Sec. Admin., Aetna
group in the countryLife Ins. Co.; Feb. 21: CNA/Ins.
I grup i thecounry.Summer Placement
One of them, Frank Bell, 23,, 3200 SAR, 763-4117
started playing in dorms when he Feb. 14: Metro. G. S. Coun. Det.,
was 18, moving on to tournaments 9:30-5: pm., all camp positions open.
a short time later.
Bell says that in order to get THE MICHIGAN DAILY
better at the game "one has to volume LXXXiV, Number 110
have the desire to achieve." Sunday, Febuary 10, 1974
iedited sand anaged by students at
"It would also help to read some the University of Michigan. News phone
bridge books," Bell adds, 764-0562. Second class postage paid at
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106. Published
As for the future of the Univer- daily Tuesday through Sunday morning
sity Bridge Club, "it depends during the University year at 420 May-
largely on how many novice play- nard Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104.
ers want to learn to play bridge, Subscription rates: $10 by carrier (cam-
ers ~pus area); $11 local mail (Michigan and
and how many players decide that Ohio); $12 non-local mall (other states
they want to better themselves." and foreigni.
Glickman says. Summer session publishea Tuesday
G ahrougn Saturday morning. Subscrip-
tion rates: $5.50 by carrier (campus
' area): $6.50 local mail (Michigan and
TREES AREN'T THE Ohio); $7.00 non-local mail ;other
11 n [ V L.II~t _ TIAT sates ad freign).

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NLY TaHINGn eTHATg
NEED ROOTS TO
GROWN...
foster parents for teenagers are
urgently needed on on emer-
gency, short term, and long
term basis.
All living arrangements consid-
ered for licensing - m arried or
single.
Call Catholic Social Services
662-4534

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