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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, January 17, 1974

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sent in TYPEWRITTEN FORM to
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Sunday. Items appear once only.
Student organization notices are
not accepted for publication. For
more information, phone 764-9270.
Thursday, January17
DAY CALENDAR

Ctr. Study Higher Ed.: Everett Rog-
ers, "Diffusion of Innovations in High-
er Education Institutions", Schorling
IAud., SEB, 8 p.m.
PTP, Ancient, Modern Studies, Res.
College: Peter Arnott, puppeteer, "Li-
bation Bearers", "Eumenides", Res. Col-
lege Aud., E. Quad, 8 p.m.
Musical Society: Ail-Brubeck Special,
Hill, 8:30 p.m.
CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT
3200 S.A.B., 764-7456

PERSONAL
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Summer Internship: For students in-
Maternal, Child Health Film: "Bat- terested in careers in govt. and public
tered Child", 3042 SPH I, noon. serv. N.J. Interns in Public Serv. pro-
MHRI: Georges R. Reding, "Public gram offers jobs in planning, program
Health Approach to Community Men- development, and admin. Open to un-
tal Health", MHRI, 3:45 p.m. dergrads or grad students. Deadline
Physics: "Photon Production at Large Mar. 1. Stop by for details.
0Transverse Momentum at the ISR", Practical Training in Public Af-
P&A Colloquium Rm., 4 p.m. fairs: Coro Fdn. Fellowship program
Engineering Job-Hunting Seminar: provides 9-mo. internships in govt.,
Irv Pfeiffer, IBM, "Where to From business, labor, media, politics and
State U?", Rm 311 W. Eng., 4 p.m. & community groups. Tuition: $2,500. Fi-
' 7:30 p.m. nancial aid available. Deadline for ap-
Education: Evelyn Moore, "Child De- pale Grad. School, Yale Univ., New
velopment from a Black Perspective", Haven, Ct. 06520 has special fellowship
Schorling Aud., 4 p.m. funds to train specialists on Japanese
Arch. & Design: Panel, women in and Chinese economies. Final applica-
' craft work, Arch Aud., 4:15 p.m. tion due Jan. 20.
League Cafeteria: Int'l Night, Aus- Canadian Students who intend to
trian Food, 5-7:15 p.m: work in Canada after graduating can
SGC: 3X, Union, 7:30 p.m. be assisted by the Dept. of Manpower
Chem Engineering: P. B. Weisz, Mo- and Immigration. Through SCGA. stu-
bile R & D Corp., "Diffusion Phe- dents will be registered for employ-
nomena that Control Chemical and ment, receive publications on employ-
Biological Processes", 1300 Chem., 8 ment opportunities, etc. Should be reg-
p.m. istered 4-6 months before graduation.

Daily Photo by DAVID MARGOLICK
Hips on the Queen Mary?
The rather curious announcement shown above appeared yesterday in front of the First Methodist
Church at State and Huron Sts. A church worker later corrected the sign to read, "Passage on the
Titanic."
AIDE TESTIFIES:

3r
~E~'presents-
SFuture World '74
Lecture Series
Jan. 29-RALPH NADER, Consumer Advocate
Feb. 5-CARL SAGAN, Astrophysist
Feb. 12-HUNTER THOMPSON, Gonzo Journalist
Feb. 21-MARGARET MEAD, Anthropologist
Mar. 12-GENE YOUNGBLOOD, Electronic
Communication Expert
Mar. 17-R.D. LAING, Anti-Psychiatrist
Mar. 26-GEORGE BORGSTROM, World
Nutritionist
Apr. 2-JOHN LILLY, Sensory Experimentor
Apr. 9-JOHN TODD, Alternative Energy
Researchist
MORE SPEAKERS TO BE ANNOUNCED
al lecures in
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HILL AUDITORIUM
ALL LECTURES AT 3 P.M. EXCEPT
R.D. LAING AT 8 P.M.
The Future Worlds course-Geography 303
is still open-Don't let the Future close you
out

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time he had given any indication
in open court of what action he:
might take.
ON TUESDAY a panel of tech-
nical experts said there were at
least five and perhaps as many as
nine instances of erasing and re-
recording in the 18.5-minute obli-
terated segment.
The experts are scheduled to re-'
turn to court tomorrow for cross-
examination by White House law-
yers.
Most of the questions directed to
Bull and a Secret Service official
who preceded him on the stand
dealt with who had access to the
tape and the Uher 5000 recording
machine the experts pinpointed as
the one used when the conversa-

tion was obliterated.

BULL TESTIFIED that he had improper while this matter is in
listened to the tapes to determine court," said a formal statement
where the subpoenaed conversa- from Buzhardt.
tions began on each reel and had When Deputy Press Secretary
marked them so that Woods would Gerald Warren was asked by a
know where to begin transcribing. reporter "Did the President erase
He said he never listened to the the tape?" he said "The answer
Haldeman portion of the June 20 to your question is no."
tape and never heard the buzz' Sirica made his comment in a
later found on the recording. Ac- judicial argument with Charles
cording to Haldeman's notes, the Rhyne, Woods' lawyer. Woods ear-
obliterated segment contained the lier had said that she had pushed
only discussion, at that meeting, of the record-erase button on a tape
the Watergate break-in that had recorder while transcribing the
occurred three days before. June 20 conversation.

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Meeting:

9:00 P.M. Thurs.

MEANWHILE, the White House
said yesterday "premature judg-
ments" about the cause of the gap
"are altogether unwarranted." I

Assembly Hall-Union

* info on Boyne, Collingwood, and Sugarloaf Week-
end trips
* info on local skiing-discount cards available to
members for Mt. Brighton
* info on spring break trip to Banff in the Canadian
Rockies
* January 31 absolute deadline for Banff deposits
($25)-none will be returned or accepted after
this date.
* 8 spaces are still available for Banff and there
will not be any additional trip expansions.

POSITIONS NOW OPEN FOR
Central Student Judiciary
(All-Campus SupremeCour)
WHO CAN APPLY?
Any student at the University

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She said she had her foot on a
pedal at the time but the experts
said the erasures must have been
done by pushing the hand control.
The FBI late last night said it
will investigate the 18.5-minute
erasure at the request of special
Watergate prosecutor Leon Jawor-
ski.

What you like...
In sandwiches.
3352 WASHTENAW
(Just up from Arborland)

* If unable to attend meeting and are
spring break trip call-

interested in

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People! Music! Food!
BACH CLUB
PRESENTS
Debra
Fayrolan
associate principle cellist
Toledo Symphony Orchestra
AND
JOHN DAWSON, piano
playing
Bach Suite No. 4 in E flat Maj.
Adagio (for cello)
Beethoven Sonata No. 3 in A Maj.
EVERYONE INVITED
No musical knowledge necessary!
Thurs., Jan. 17, 8 p.m.

WHERE

TO APPLY?

ROGER-668-7225
LINDA--663-7178

Room 3-X Michigan Union
WHEN TO APPLY?

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Lemon Sherry Cake
served afterward
Further Info 761-9578

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Jan. 28 & 29-George Roy Hill's BUTCH
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Jon. 30 & 31-Truffaut's SHOOT THE
PIANO PLAYER

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