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I HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, January 20. 1974

Page Two I HE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ATTENTION
GRAD STUDENTS AND TRANSFER STUDENTS
If you are anxious to share your experiences with
student governments at other schools, the Regents
Commission on Student Governments is anxious to
hear from you.
CALL: LINDA SILVERMAN-764-7567

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TE STUDENTS WELCOME!

Congress considers
impeachment, energ
(Continued from Page 1) scheduled to begin three days of
line sales mandatory. The meas- hearings on establishing an excess
ure also would give the adminis- profits tax.
tration authority to put its stand- Also this week, a joint economic
by rationing plan into effect. subcommittee continues its hear-
The bill contains a provision de- ings into the reliability of energy
signed to prevent the petroleum statistics furnished the govern-
industry from earning windfall pro- ment by the petroleum industry.
fits as a result of fuel shortages. Leaders of the Democratic-con-
The administration says it favors trolled Congress are also hopeful
its own proposal which it says that it can turn its attention to
would channel excess profits into some major domestic issues and
exploration and development of write a better record on them than
new energy sources. it managed in the first session in
1973
LATER IN THE WEEK, a Sen-
ate Finance subcommittee is They would like to see passage of
a broad tax reform bill, a national
health insurance measure, and a
Read and Use welfare-reform plan with a guar-
anteed income for poor families,
Daily Classifieds I including those with jobs.

GRADUA

(Continued from Page 1)
landed in the islands.
The command said that yester-
day a South Vietnamese comman-
do team of 70 men landed on Dun-
can Island in the Paracels and en-
gaged 150 Chinese troops. An ad-
ditional 450 Chinese reinforce-
ments swept ashore, forcing the
South Vietnamese off the tiny is-
land, the command said.
A U. S. spokesman said earlier
that Washington "is keeping a
strictly hands off policy" in the
Paracels dispute.
THE SOUTH VIETNAMESE
Foreign Ministry said after the na-
val engagement that the Chinese
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Sunday, January 20, 1974
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Viets, Chinese clash Nixon's promise: No

task force "constitutes a danger "
to peace and stability of South- ip ro
east Asia and the entire world"
U. S. sources said the islands'
phosphorus resources suggest the (Continued from Page1) tages abroad."
possibility of offshore oil. and HIS SPEECH came in the midst Critics have charged that oil
the South China Sea are virtually of much Congressional pressure for companies have concentrated on
unexplored," said one source. legislation to limit oil profits and exploration and sales abroad and
"The geological formations are statements from oil companies who neglected less profitable domestic
such to suggest that there may be say their profits are not especially production. When the Arab oil em-
oil in the whole continental shelf, high, despite news reports to the bargo came, prices rose for do
so no one will give them up at the contrary. mestic oil because it was in shorter
expense of losing. that." Nixon, in urging Congress to act supply than it should have been,
quickly on a windfall oil profits they say.
law he proposed earlier, said he The House Ways and Means
A F SCM E also will propose legislation re- Committee is expected to consider
quiring the oil companies to pro- soon a special tax bill aimed at
9.e vide full and constant accounting of windfall profits.
their inventories, production, costs
and reserves. At present the gov- SEN. ABRAHAM RIBICOFF (D-
ernment has no formal way of Conn.), who plans to interrogate
gathering this information, oil company executives Monday as
contin11ue Nixon also said the Federal part of the Senate Permanent In-
Energy Office is conducting an' vestigatilons subcommittee, said
(Continued from Page 1) that Nixon told Americans "abso-
have been agreed to. audit of all the major domesticltely nothing new" Ribicoff said
Recently a state mediator has i anies. Nixn said if t he's found people deeply upset that
been called -in to help the talks aud is "nt tisfato he they're "being had." He thinks the
over their current impasse. would meet with the heads of the administration should freeze prices
If the union votes to strike, food, companies personally. at all levels of the oil industry
electrical and plumbing services to HE SAID he was ordering anE "until we get facts and the truth."
dorms and other University build- immediate review of the interna-
ings could be sharply curtailed. tional tax structure . "to 'ensure Meanwhile, Shell Oil Co. took
The last strike by AFSCME em- that American companies which advertisements in 233 newspapers
ployes against the University, in are developing energy sources on Friday to answer charges that
the winter of 1971, lasted three abroad are not permitted to avail the industry is making excess pro-
days. themselves of special tax advan- fits out of the energy shortage.

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January 20
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WOMEN AND FILM
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MONDAYS 7:30-9:30 p.m.-beginning Jan. 21
2412 MASON HALL
Course Highlight: Attend and analyze
WOMEN IN THE REEL WORLD
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Daily Official Bulletin
Sunday,January 20
DAY CALENDAR
Musical Society: LaSalle String Quar-
tet, Rackham Aud., 2:30 pm.
Music School: Michigan Youth Sym-
phony. Charles Gabrion, conductor,
Hill, 3 pm.; Horn student recital,
Stearns Bldg., 4:30 pm.
General Notices
January 22, 1974 (5 p.m.) is last date
for Winter Term when the Registrar's
Office will: a. Accept the Student 100
per cent Withdrawal Notice for refund
purposes. (Excluding a $50.00 disen-
rollment fee) b. Allow refund for, the
student who reduces hours of course
credit. February 19, 1974 (5:00 p.m.) is
the last date for the Winter Aerm
when the Registrar's Office will allow
refund for a 50 per cent Withdrawal.
Make-up final examinations for Ger-
man 100. 101, 102, 111, 12, 230. 231.
232, and 236 will be given Tues., Jan.
22, 7 to 9 p.m. in the following rooms:
101 -- B 110 MLB, 102 B 111 MLB,
Others - B 108 MLB.
Students who wish to take the
makeup final must get written per-
mission from their former teacher, then
sign up in the German Dept. offfee, no
later than noon, Jany 22.
Monday, January 21
bAY CALENDAR
SACUA: W. Alcove, Rackham 2 pm.
Computing Ctr: E. Fronczak, "Intro-
duction to U of M Basic"; Sem. Em.,
Computing Ctr., 3 pm.
Senate Assembly: Rackham Amph.,
3:15 pm.
Economics:, D. Gordon, "The Labor
Process in Advanced American Capi-
talIsm," 101 Econ., 3:30 pm.
Phys. & Astron.: Semnar,a. R. Dia-
mond, P & A Colloq. Em., pm.
Congratulations
PAUL
"POINTS"
SORENSON
on winning
The Third
Annual Paul's
Perilous Picks
Contest

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