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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, December 12, 1 V 14

Page T THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, December 12, 1914

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If you can spend some time,
even a few hours, with someone
who needs a hand, not a handout,
call your local Volunta Action
Center. Or write toX"Vo unteer"
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The National Center for
Voluntary Action.
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CREWMEN CARR, POGUE, GIBSON:

Daily Of"fiial Bulletin
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negotiationsISkylab crew

shocks public with I

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NEW YORK (Reuter)-It's not' ness episode. little enthusiasm or humour in
hit sn g i#the scientific achievement of the I fairness, their performance their conversations with ground
Ii it g third Skylab crew that has has improved a lot in recent weeks. control.
(continued from Page 1) , periodically jolted a bored public-I
but their blunders. But the mission got off to an A SCIENCE WRITER for the
At Conth s nefrstAFC E In contrast to the super-human unlucky start for the three men, United States Information Service
contract expiration date some three performance of the two previous Skipper Lt. Col. Gerald Carr and (USIS), Frank Froelich, admitted
years ago, negotiations proved un- teams who triumphed over unfore- crewmen It E William Pogue recently: "Disturbing to Mission
successful and the University was seen troubles and frustrations, the and physicist Edward Gibson. And Control officials has been the be-
forced to suffer the unpleasant con- present crew have shown them- they made it worse. haviour of the crew. The astronauts
sqces o a the dayestrikeselves to be all too human. . . . have been prone to error and
sequences of a three day strike, SOON AFTER they had docked1 poor dispositions. Their sleep
before an agreement could be THEY HAVE largely ruined one' their Apollo capsule with the space periods have been longer on the
reached. experiment, thrown wrong switches, station, Pogue became ill and average than those of the earlier
fallen behind in their schedule, coughed up some vomit. The crew crews.
By the second day of the strik slept too long, been moody, and- decided to keep quiet about it, al-
food service in many of the dorms most disheartening to ground con- though safety regulations require "They have voiced an unusual
was discontinued. trollers-tried to cover up a sick- that such episodes be reported number of complaints about their
immediately. workload . . . and at times they
Then Pogue ran into some more have been moody and tempera-
bad luck. He failed to put the mental in conversations with Mis-
proper filters on special cameras sion Control. Experts at Mission
used to photograph the earth. This Control are seeking the cause of
r slip may well have ruined most these reactions," Froelich said.
of the film shot during nine out of In addition, the astronauts in-
18 runs to survey the earth's sur- sisted on sticking to the book. They
face. were reluctant to work on their
There were numerous other mi-' rest-days and insisted that their
nor mistakes. Switches that were 90-minute exercise periods not be
never turned on, tasks that never interrupted. Flight directors finally
got completed. The morale of the were forced to cut down their work-
men seemed low. They showed' ing hours.
D'S __ - ------7

DOCTORS, WHO had been de-
lighted at the performance of the
earlier crews, became privately
concerned about the attitude of the
Carr crew and their difficulty in
adjusting to life-in-space.
Pogue explained in a frank ex-
change with the ground: "When'
we're pressed bodily from one
point of the spacecraft to another
with no time even for mental
preparation . . . there's no way we
can do a professional job.- I don't'
like being put in an incredible
position where I'm taking some-
body's expensive equipment and'
thrashng about with it and trying
to act like a one-armed paper
hanger."
Carr referred to the dynamo-
pace of the earlier crews. "I
thought we made it plain to people
that we did not plan on that kind
of pace. You've got to go for en-
durance ... if you keep charging
along you lose track of what you're
doing."

Saturday, ho:LJanuary 1
DAYiCALENDAR
Aunders DA 1
) iu U ii S Musc Scool L.Hill, soprano, SM
Recital Hall, 4:30 pm.
Hockey: Michigan vs. North Dakota,
THE CANDID discussion cleared Yost Field House, 7:30 pm.
the air and the men's morale im- Music School: K. J. Kim, soprano, SM
provd. Wen te wokloa wasRecital Hall,. 8:00 pm.
proved. When the workload was CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT
eased, the men's performance 3200 SAB. 764-7456
perked up even more. Recruiting on Campus: Jan. 17: Oak
Ridge Nat'l Lab. for Ph D's; Jan. 21:
The men face the challenge of Bell System & 'Univ.of Toledo, College
spending some 85 days in space, of Bus. Ad.; Jan. 23: Xerox Corp, &
nearly a month longer than any U. of M. Dearborn, Sge. of Mgt.:1Jan.
other human being. The pressure chester, Personnel Dept.; Jan. 25: The
on them is an unknown quantity Procter & Gamble Co. & First Nat'l
and their performance will be sub- Bank of Chicago.
I . SUMMER PLACEMEN'T SERVICE
ject to detailed analysis for some 3200 SAB, 763-4117
time. Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn Vil-
lage, MI, openings for guides, deadline
Also this is the first time in space for applies. Jan. 18. Also present open-
for all three men. ings for food service attendants, ticket
cashiers, groundsbelpers.
Comparisons with the two pre- York Excavation Trustees, England.
vious crews are unfair. The two Free board and lodging for anyone will-
earlier commanders, both space- ingto work at least three weeks on dig.
expriece orthe sum me r. De-.
flight veterans, were forceful, tails & applies. available.
energetic men. Carr's treatment is 3M Co., St. Paul, Minn. Openings for
muteter and we never made a udents having completed junior year
quieteran wenvrmd anyI in any of the following fields: chemis-
secret of the fact that he intended try, physics, chemical, mechanical &
elect. engineering.
to set a slower pace. Also, the Deadline for Applying for Summer
high dramas of the two earlier Civil Service Fed. Exam: Jan. 25, for
Feb. 9 and 23 exam. Details and applies.
missions were difficult to' follow. 'avail.

White House reveals leak of
national security information

Sunday, January 13
WCBN-FM 89.5 will broadcast live
An Ann Arbor Sun Benefit
with
CJ Q
AND
THE VIPERS
The show will be broadcast from the Primo Showbar
starting around 1 1 p.m.
COFFEE HOUSE
ISRAELI FOOD-
H UMUS-FALAFAL-PETAH
AND
ENTERTAINMENT-
ELLEN KATZ-guitar & song
JAMIE GIBSON-piano & song
MICHAEL CASHER-classical guitar
Sat. eve. 8:30, Jan. 13, 1974
at HILLEL-1429 Hill
ADMISSION 75c

(Continued from Page 1)
said yesterday's news stories were
based on fragmentary accounts of
the int idnt_

admitted he was responsible for
publication of the Pentagon Papers
by the New York Times.

ministration still considers it in-
appropriate for public disclosure
of the matter, but said "it may be
that at a later time the facts can

Theite Hosedd os The White House said news a c- LI at 10LatI
The White House did not say counts relating to the Joint hsbe made public without deteriment
what happened to the employe who of Staff and the National Security to the national interest."
made the leaks,, but informedou tf ncilNtinl eurt
sourcestsaid he was immediately Council,which advises Nixon on The White House added that at
dismissed when his activities were foreign policy, "touch on a matter Nixon's direction, information re-
uncovered by the so-called White peripheral to a national security garding the news leaks disclosed
House plumbers. issue which was found to involve yesterday has been provided on a
pdeliberate leaks to the media of confidential basis to the armed
THE PLUMBERS were a secret extremely sensitive information of services committees of the Senate
group set up by President Nixon to interest to other nations." and House, the Senate Watergate
stop leaks of top secret government Nixon, in refusing to discuss ac- Committee and the government's
information. The group was set up i tivities of the plumbers group, has special Watergate prosecutor.
following publication of the Penta- several times referred to a national The Senate Watergate Committee
gon Papers, detailing how the security issue too sensitive to dis- and the special prosecutor have
United States became involved in cuss publicly. been probing the activities of the
the Vietnam War. One of the ' plumbers as part of their investiga-
plumbers was Daniel Ellsberg, who THE WHITE HOUSE said the ad- tion of alleged illegal activities be-

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Visit Now Location
ARCADE 5
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OPEN 12 NOON
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fore and during the 1972 presiden-
tial election campaign.
THE PLUMBERS were respon-
sible for the break-in of the office
of Ellsberg's psychiatrist while
Ellsberg was on trial in Los
Angeles on charges connected with
his leaking of the Pentagon Papers.
After the break-in was disclosed,
the judge dismissed all charges
against Ellsberg.

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FUNDAMENTALS OF THE LUTHERAN FAITH
Leader: Pastor Don Zill. Time and Dates: 10:30 a.m. eight Satur- 665-0606
day mornings beginning March 2.
PLACE: Lord of Light Lutheran Church
BIBLICAL STUDY Holy Eucharist at Noon
Leader: Pastor Don Zill. Time and Dates: 9:00 a.m. Sunday morn- in St. Andrew's Church
ings beginning January 6th.
PLACE: Lord of Light Lutheran Church
THE CHANGING FOCUS IN CATHOLIC THEOLOGY
Leaders: Fr. Bill Gavin, S.J.; Sr. Connie Smedinghoff. Time and
Dates: 7:30-9:00 p.m. eight Wednesday evenings beginning Jan-r
uary 23. /
PLACE: The Newman Center, St. Mary's Student Chapel
INTRODUCTION TO THE GOSPELS
Leader: Fr. Bill Gavin, S.J. Time and Dates: 4:00 p.m. five Tues-
days beginning January 22.
PLACE: The Newman Center, St. Mary's Student Chapel
FUNDAMENTALS OF ROMAN CATHOLICISM-PART II
Leaders: Fr. Charles Irvin, Sr. Connie Smedinghoff. Time and (ROMAN CATHOLIC)
Dates: 7:30-9:00 p.m. nine Monday evenings beginning January 14
PLACE: The Newman Center,'St. Mary's Student Chapel 331 THOMPSON at William
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Leader: Chaplin Andrew Foster. Time and Dates: Call 665-0606. 663-0557
PLACE: Canterbury House
MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER PROGRAM Sunda Masses : 7:45 9:00,
Leaders: Fr. Bob Livingston, 663-0557
Dom and Del Bitondo, 971-4637 10:30, 12:00, 5:00
Sam and Mary Allen, 663-3039
John and Liz Reidy, 763-2272
Dates: February 15-17, May 17-19
PLACE: Siena Heights College, Adrian, Michigan
PREPARING FOR MARRIAGE
1. Marriage Preparation Seminar
Contact Fr. Livingston, 663-0557
2. Engaged Encounter Weekend
Contact Fr. Livingston, 663-0557
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN MINI-COURSE NO. 310 -
CONTEMPORARY CHRISTIAN ETHICSlWESLEY FOUNDATION
Leaders: Fr. Bob LivinEston, M.A., S.T.L St. Mary's Student Chapel,
Rev. Bartlett Beavin.'B.S., S.T.B.,.Wesley Foundation . Timeand , I. rrr % Ar< e'Ti IneT

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