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Thursday, March 29, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Thursday, March 29, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven
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The University of Michigan
School of Music Presents
Debussy's Exquisite Masterpiece
PELLEAS AND MELISANDE
oper'a in English
Josef Blatt, conductor
Ralph Herbert, stage director
April 13 14, 15 & 16, 8:00 p.m.
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Box office opens 12:30 p.m. April 9

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(Continued from Page 1)
could have worn the HRP label
this year," counters Jones. She
pledges full support, however, for
the Democratic Party platform as
well as all of the Democratic can-
Last POWs
eoming hom--e
(Continued from Page 1)
President Nixon ordered intensifi-
ed bombing strikes in the Hanoi-
Haiphong region to pressure the
North Vietnamese into a peace
settlement,
The prisoner releases and troop
withdrawals originally were sched-
uled to end Wednesday, the dead-
line set in the peace agreement
for prisoner turnovers and U. S.
troop withdrawal.
This, however, was delayed by
a four-dsay impasse over the re-
lease of nine American POWs cap-
tured in Laos between 1965-72 and
held by the Communist - backed
Pathet Lao. Nixon threatened to,
keep U. S. troops in Vietnam un-
til the nine were turned over.
The nine Americans and a
young Canadian missionary, Lloyd
D. Oppel, 20, of British Colum-
bia, were freed by the Pathet Lao
in Hanoi yesterday along with 40
airman shot down over North Viet-
nam between December 1971 and
July 1972.
All were reported in compara-
tively good physical condition.

Rent control leads Second Ward
issues at Monday's city election

didates running for City Council personnel in the present bureau-
and mayor. cracy."
"Too many people feel HRP poli- Shoichet claims the Democrats
tics get in the way of effective are "a pale imitation of HRP."
legislation," Jones charges. She ac- "The Democratic rhetoric may be
cuses HRP of doing what is best better now, but they still generally
for the party instead of the city lag behind HRP by two years.'
residents. Moreover, they perceive differ-
ently City Council's role in foster-
She says the local Democratic ing change. Jones contends that
Party has "become liberalized" in council can produce many changes
the past year and now represents a by removing department heads
broad constituency of women, work- "who do not respond to the wishes
ing people, poor people and stu- of the public."
dents. Shoichet believes change can be
"Jones doesn't call for a radical accomplished if "groups organize
and scream at city hall." He adds,
alternative," Shoichet says. "The 'ete oe o a rdc
, Neither Janes nor I can produce
real need is to create responsible miracles just by sitting on coun-
institutions not merely shuffling cil."

$4 Advance, 55 at Door

9:30-2:00

An AAAAI presentation with the support of the
Michigan Council for the Arts

CI urch meets the press
Sen. Frank Church (D-Idaho) briefs newsmen yesterday on testi-
mony from CIA Agent William Broe. Broe said that ITT initiated
the idea of U.S. intervention to prevent the election of Chilean
President Salvador Allende. (see story, page one)
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(Continued from Page 1) l
very crucial points and ask him to
give us his answers."
Church said Broe testified-that
no specific amount of the election
fund was mentioned by Geneen,
but that the offer was rejected.
Broe said he told Geneen the CIA.
could not absorb the fund and
that "the U. S. government is not
supporting anyone in the Chilean
election."
The CIA agent also told the sub-
committee it was his understand-
ing that the Geneen offer was de-
signed to promote ITT's own cor-
porate purposes and that the U.S.
government was being asked to
assist in the face of threats of ex-

propriation of U. S. property in
Chile by an Allende regime.
Broe testified also, according to
Church, that he presented to Ger-
rity on Sept. 28 a five-point pro-
posal for concerted action by ITT
and other companies to put an
economic squeeze on Chile.
Church said Broe testified that
Gerrity's attitude was negative
because he indicated belief that
the plan wouldn't work.
said, that all of his etaoisnhrdlu
Broe made it plain, Church
said, that all of his contacts with
ITT officials were at the direction
and with the knowledge of his
superiors in the CIA, including
Helms.

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DAY CALENDAR
Maternal & Child Health. Film:
Danny & Nicky," 1170 SPH II, noon.
Statistics 811: M. Eaton, U of Minn.,
"Exponential Probability Bounds for
Sums of Independent Random Var-
iables," 435 Mason Hall, 1 pm.
Near East.-N. African Ctr., N. East.
Lang. & Lit., Comp. Lit.: I. Basgoz, In-
diana U, "The Function of Oral Liter-
aturein amMulti-Racial Society," 35
Angell, 3 pm.
Arch. & Design: L. Prussin, "Exist-
ence, Space & Time in Traditional
African Arch.," illustrated, Aud. A, An-
gell. 4 pm.
Mathematics: D. Brown, Yale, "Ap-
plic. of Non-standard Analysis to Econ.
Systems," 2013 Angell, 4 pm.
Psychology: W. Garner, Yale, "The
Processing of Information & Structure:
Some Pervasive Principles," Rackham
Amph., 4 pm. E
Extension Serv.-English: Poetry read-j

ing, G, Gildner, Aud. 4, MLB, 4:10 pm.
Nuclear Seminar: H. Griffin, "Fission
Probabilities in the Ra-Th Region,"
P-A Colioq. Rm.. 4 pm.
Int'l Night: So. Sea Island foods,
League cafeteria, 5 pm.
Asian Studies Film: "The Year of
the Pig," 1025 Angell, 7, 9:30 pm.
Music School: Opera workshop, Rack-
ham Aud., 8 pm.
Trotter House Jazz Series: L. Carter,
bass & quartet, 1443 Washtenaw, 8
pm.
U Players: Arrabal's "The Architect
& the Emperor of Assyria," Arena 'The-
atre, Frieze, 8 pm.
Union Gallery: Benefit play, Albee's
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Michifish: water show: "Visions of
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