THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Sunday, January 28, 1973
SUNDAY, JANUARY 28
TV Center Film: "Singer's Art: La
Bonne Chanson," WWJ-TV, Channel 4,:
Rive Gauche: International children's
day, 1024 Hill St., 2 p.m.
Professional Theatre Prog.: 'God-
spell," Power, 3,. 8 p.m.
MONDAY, JANUARY 29
Russian & East European Studies
Str.: H. Eagle, "Czech Writers versus
dogmatic Marxism: the Conflict and its
Aftermath," Commons Rm., basement,
Lane Hall, noon.
SACUA Meeting: 4th fl., Admin.
Bldg., 2 p.m.
Psych. 171 Film Series: "Factory,"
UGLI Multipurpose Rm., 4 p.m.
Macromolecular Research Ctr.: V.A.
Ponomarenko, Academy of Sciences,
USSR, "Reactivity of Heterocycles Dur-
ing their Ionic Polymerization," 1200
Chem., 4 p.m.
Hist. of Art & Kelsey Museum Lec-
ture: K.M. Phillips, Bryn Mawr Coll.,
"Recent Discoveries of Art & Architec-
ture from Northern Etruria," Aud. A,
Angell Hall, 4:10 p.m.
Romance Languages & Lits.: Grad
Student Colloquium: J. Durand, "El
Gongora Diafano Y Sus Falsas Dificul-
tades," Commons, 4th fl., MLB, 8 p.m.
Rive Gauche: Dutch language night,
1024 Hill St. 9 p.m.
INTERVIEW-Register by phone (763-
4117) or in person.
Camp Chi Wis. Social Work: Will in-
terview here Jan. 31 and Feb. 1, 9 to 5.
Openings include gen. counselors, spe-
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With a look of playful joy, a 'U' student hurls a saucer-shaped unidentified flying object to his part-
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NA TIONWIDE SPEECH:
Nixon to speak on '74 budget
WASHINGTON UP)-With details
of his budget-slashing becoming
widely known, President Nixon will
explain his fiscal 1974 spending
plans in a nationwide radio address
Although the new budget doesn't
go to Congress until tomorrow at
noon, .the President has already
let it be known that it totals
$268.7 billion, is in the red by more
than $12 billion, and zeroes in on
a number of domestic programs. 1
The broadcast message at 6 p.m.
EST will stress the need for fiscal
responsibility, presidential aides
The magnitude of all the cuts
won't be known until the document,
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56 Firing Line
MOR Evil Tnuh
is released, but already adminis- centered in the Health, Education cialists: waterfront, skiing, tripping,
tration officials have confirmed the and Welfare Department. boating, arts & crafts, drama, music,
Office of Economic Opportunity The budget is also expected to athletics, many others. Details and
The udgt isals expcte toapps. available.
will be dismantled, and new ap- carry out Nixon's commitment ATTENTION: Seniors and grad stu-
provals under federal housing sub- against raising taxes. He has warn- dents deadline for U.S. Information
sidized programs are being barred ed that if Congress goes over the Agency jobs, Feb. 5. Last call to apply.
for 18 months. limits that he has set for federal INTERVIEW: Camp Tamarack, Fresh
limis tat h ha se forfedralAir Society, Detroit. Will interview here
The Pentagon apparently will es- spending, it could invite higher Thurs., Feb. 8, 9 to 5. Openings include
cape any serious cuttings. Sen. taxes, inflation or both. -en. counselors, supervisors, specialists
Mike Mansfield, the Senate Demo- I in waterfront (WSI),Darts and crafts,
cratic leader, said the defense In the current fiscal year, spend- nurse, kitchen staff. Details and appli-
d s ding is expected to total about $250 cations avail.
budget is expected to be about $79 billion, primarily because Nixon
billion, up several billion dollars, slashed about $10 billion in spend-
to take care of pay and price in- ing by withholding money appro- CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT
creases and costs of the all- priated by Congress. 3200 SAB
volunteer army. He is expected to detail some of INTERVIEWS ON CAMPUS: Cargill,
There were reports in Congress those impoundments in the new Inc., Jan. 31; Ford Motor Co., Feb. 6;
!budet. he ipounmentAbraham & Straus, Feb. 6; Inland
that drastic cuts were. to be made budget. The impoundment process Steel, Johnson & Johnson & Fruehauf
has come under legal attack, and Corp. on Feb. 7; First National Bank
in a number of social programs Cs r m i of Chicago Applied Physics Laboratory
- ~----------- Congress has also tried to limit it. of Johns Hopkins Univ., Jones &
"Laughlin Steel Corp., General Foods,
edI one second the sunhradiates Oak Ridge Nat'l. Laboratories & Dun
,Umoe eergytha manhasuse & Bradstreet Inc. on Feb. 8; Manufac-
turers Nat'l. Bank of Detroit, Applied
since the beginning of civilization, Physics Lab. of Johns Hopkins Univ.,
"Diary of a Mad Housewife" National Geographic says. Chase Manhattan Bank, Feb. 9, 1973.
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14 Graduate and Undergraduate
Student Seats Are Vacant
" U-Cellar Board (3)
," Research Policies (1)
" University Coucil (2)
" Teacher Awards (1)
" Civil liberties (1)
" Proper Role (1)
" Student Relations (2)
" University Relations (2)
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4 Profilesin Black 56 Birth and Death of a Star
11:00 2 4 9 News 9:30 2 Doris Day
11:15 7 News 9 This is the Law
9 Religious Scope 56 Book Beat
ReligiousMSope 10:00 2 Bill Cosby
4 Big Valley 9 Nature of Things
9 Movie 50 Perry Mason
"Arabesque" (66) 56 Speaking Freely
11:45 7 ABC News 10:30 9 Man Alive
12:00 7 Movie 11:04) 2 4 7 News
"The Desert Fo=" (ft) 9 CBC News
50 For My People 5o one step Beyond
12:30 4 News 11:20 9 News
1:30 2 Movie 11:30 2 Movie-Western
"Devils of Darkne s" , "Madron" (70)
1965) 4 Johnny Carson
2:00 7 News 7 Alan King Inside Las Vegas
3:00 2 News 50 Movie
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I VERSITY CELLAR
Introduces its CLASSICAL DEPT.
6:00 2 4 7 News
9 Courtship of Eddie's Father
56 To Be Announced
6:30 2 CBS News
" 4 NBC News
7 ABC News
9 I Dream of Jeannie
50 Gilligan's Island
56 360 Degrees
7:00 2 Truth or Consequences
7 To Tell The Truth
9 Beverly Hillbillies
50 I Love Lucy
56 Archdiocesan Report
7:30 2 What's My Line?
4 Mouse Factory
7 Let's Make a Deal
9 Wacky World of Jonathan
50 Hogan's Heroes
56 Fine Art of Goofing Off
8:00 2 Gunsmoke
4 Rowan and Martin's Laugh-in
9 Bobby Goldsboro
56 Heifetz Concert
8:30 9 David Frost Revue
50 Merv Griffin
9:00 2 Here's Lucy
"Secret Ceremony" (68)
1:00 4 7 News
1:20 2 Movie
"Charlie Chan's Secret (36)
2:50 2 News
20th Century Music
9:00 The Morning Show
11:00 Afternoon Rock
4:00 Contemporary Folk Music
7:00 Talk Back
11:00 Progressive Rock
HILLEL and MIDRASHA COLLEGE OF JEWISH STUDIES of Detroit
Dr. Donna Robinson Divine
Assoc. Prof. of Govt., Smith College
"The Palestinians Are They Alive and
Well in Lebanon, Israel, and Jordan?"
Emergence of a Palestinian ethnic identity; Palestinians and
Fedayeen; national expectations; the Palestinians, Munich, and
MONDAY, Jan. 29, 8 p.m., at HILLEL, 1429 Hill
News: Ban Biddle, Dan Blugerman, Tammy
Editorial Page: Eric Schoch
Arts Page: Sara Rimer, Mara Shapiro, Gloria
Photo Technician: Karen Kasmauski
INDIAN MEDITATIONAL MASTER
FREE LECTURE-7:30 p.m., JAN. 29
Michigan Union Anderson Room D
FILM-7:30 p.m., JAN. 30j
Physics & Astronomy Aud. 170
music by JOHN McLAUGHLIN
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Women's Advocate Office
has an opening
SELECTION COMMITTEE NEEDED
Third Down, 110to Go
Bearsville album BR 2102
An American exiled in Canada,
he's finally followed up his choice
first album, JESSE WINCHESTER,
with this equally choice LP, pro-
duced mostly by himself, but part-
ly by the ubiquitous Todd Rund-
Frankie & Johnny
Warner Bros. album BS 2675
Frankie and Johnny are Frank and
Ruby and John Paul Fetta. They
play guitar and bass respectively,
and have spent the last two years
doing so in Al Kooper's band.
Produced by Al Kooper.
University Cellar I
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