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Page. Twelve

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, March 30, 1973

Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, March 30, 1973

TELEVISED SPEECH:
Nixon sets meat price limit

Mitchell,
'Watergate
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(Continued from Page 1) meat counters ceiling-price infor- this year, he said. linkg d
spur increases in production to muation. The ceiling prices will be "But what we need is action that
help bring down prices. enforced by the nationwide network will stop the rise in meat prices
Nixon also sought public support of Internal Revenue Service offi- now," the chief executive continu- (Continued from Page 1)
for his budget, contending that cers who worked on Nixon's Phase ed. "That is why I have today Dakota's Sen. George McGovern,
spending increases sought by Con- 1 freeze from August through No- ordered the Cost of Living Council whom the President believed would
gressould mea a 5-per-cent tax vember 1971. to impose a ceiling on prices of be the easiest Democrat for him to
hike or major price increases. Nixon told the nation that meat beef, pork and lamb." beat."
Treasury Secretary George P. prices are "the major weak spot in --A-nrs,erint
Shultz also disclosed That Nixon l our fgtaantifain"H nesn however, did not im-
Shlzas icoe htNxnour fight against inflation." He PLACENTIA, Calif. (UPI) - licate Nixon directly in the Water-
will seek immediate congressional said the over-all U.S. inflation rate Lp
action on legislation giving him is the lowest of any major industrial Jonathon Livingston Seagull flies gate case.
authority to suspendimport tariff nation, but that t r istics to close stnBridey Murphy for the In a bizarre sideligh' to the con-
on products in short supply. Offi- "are no comfort at all to the-house- Placentia Unified School District troversy, Sherman Skolnick, a
cials said these could include meat wife who sees meat prices soaring book selection committee. muckraking legal researcher from
as well as lumber and other pro- every time she goes to the mar- The committee ruled that the Chicago, turned up in Windsor late
ducts undergoing rapid price in- ket." best selling book about a spiritual Wednesday, saying he was seeking
creases. Actions already taken by the ad- seagull would not be put on the asylum from U. S. officials who
Under Nixon's orders, all retail- ministration on imports and pro- approved reading list because it were pressuring him to surrender
ers must, by April 9, post at their duction will increase meat supplies contains "overtones of reincarna- documents implicating Mitchell in
........2 e and help bring down prices later tion." a stock scandal.

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. April 5, 7-9 p.m.
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has been re-scheduled to
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1429 HillIStreet
ADMISSION: FOOD (no meat or shellfish please) WINE, or $1.50
CALL 663-4129 FOR DETAILS

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DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
FRIDAY, MARCH 30
DAY CALENDAR
50th Annual Undergraduate Honors
Convocation: Stephen H. Spurr, pres..
U of Texas-Austin, will address the
convocation, Hill, 10:30 am.
Med. Ctr. Comm. for women Steer-
ing Comm.: S6330 Hosp.. noon..
0SSP, Internat'l Ctr.: S. Wynter, U
of W. Indies. luncheon - discussion,
Int'l Ctr., 603 E. Madison, noon.
Indust. & Op. Engineering: L. Me-
trick, "Constructing Minimal Cost Pro-
grams to Simulate Finite State Ma-
chines," 325 W. Engin., noon.
Commission for women: Homer
Heath Lounge. Union, 3:30 pm.
Astronomy Dept. Visitors' Night: G.
M. MacAlpine, "The Life Story of a
Star like Our Own Sun," movie, "The
Quiet Sun," 231 Angell, 8 pm.
Int'l Folk Dance: Barbour Gym, 8
pm.
Music School: H. Liederbend, Rack-
ham Aud., 8 pm.
Music School: H. Tysinger, organ
doctoral, Hill, 8 pm.
U. Players: Arrabal's "The Architect
& the Emperor of Assyria," Frieze Are-
na, 6 pm.
Union Gallery: Benefit play, Albee's
"The American Dream" Union Gallery,
8 pm.
Michifish: Water show, "Visions of
Future Passed," Bell Pool, 8:15 pm.
SUMMER PLACEMENT
212 SAB
Interview: Register by phone, 763-
4117, or in person : Camp Tamarack,
Fresh Air Society, Detroit. Will inter-
view Apr. 2, 9:30 to 5. Specialists in
arts/crafts, ceramics, modern dance,
drama, waterfront (WSI), kitchen help.
Announcements:
American Red Cross, Iron Mt. Mi.
Opening for water safety instructor.
Summer Employment - Scholarship
Award: for student who will have
completed soph. yr. by summer; pro-
vides students interested in mental
retardation opportunity to work at
Plymouth State Home this summer
for 8 weeks. Deadline April 15.
Domestic Opening for two girls in
Metamora, Mi. Girls would work to-
gether.
Do You REALLY Want To Go To
MEDICAL
DENTAL
VETERINARY
SCHOOL
Let us help you gain admission
PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL
PLACEMENT SERVICE
29636 Pickford
Livonia, Mich. 48152

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" BECAUSE 100 years of Democratic and Republican rule have perpetuated an

economic

system where one percent of the population controls 70 percent of the nation's wealth.
" BECAUSE voting for "the lesser of two evils" dooms us to another 100 years of the same.
* BECAUSE local Democrats and Republicans have joined forces to systematically vote
down HRP legislation ranging from rent control to hearings on police conduct.
" BECAUSE parties owned and controlled by businessmen and landlords, and technocrats
will never protect the rights of students, tenants, workers, and consumers.

* BECAUSE the problems of

racism,

sexism and

economic

inequality won't be solved

through legislation alone, but require a long term commitment to social action.

Midnight Show
Friday,Ma r. 30
FIFTH FORUM
HRP Fund Raising
Benefit Show
LARRY KRAMER and MARTIN ROSEN
present KEN RUSSELL'S film of
~..LAWREHCES
"WOMEN
SIN LOVE"
COLOR by Deuxe* nted Artiss
TICKETS $2.00
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Work for HRP Monday
Election Day Rally Rides and Child Care.
A massive get out the vote drive is planned
for election day. You can help HRP win.
CALL 761-6650

ELECTION DAY RALLY
Watch for the noon diag rally and guerilla
theater on Monday.

RIDES and CHILD CARE
For rides to the polls or child care on elec-
tion day call HRP 761-6650.

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