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Page Ten
Anti-war
measures
defeated
(Continued from Page 1)
Mayor Robert Harris contended
America's concern cannot wane
while Vietnamese citizens are be-
ing killed. To loud applause; Har-
ris remarked, "if asking an end
to the bombing of innocent civil-
ians is giving comfort to the ene-
my, then we must give comfort to
the enemy."
Councilman William Colburn
(R-Third Ward) offered a counter
resolution praising yesterday's
bombing halt, while "urging an
immediate and just end" to the
Vietnam war.
The candidates who have filed
for next month's citywide pri-
mary aren: Mayor-Anne Bob-
roff, D a v i d Allen, Richard
Steinhard, B e n i t a Kaimowitz
(HRP); Franz Mogdis, Robert
Elton, John Feiner (Dem); Lew-
is. Ernst, James Stephenson
(Rep ). First Ward-Andrei Jo-
seph (HRP); Norris Thomas
(incumbent), P a m e 1 a Roark
(Dem); David Wiarda (Rep).
Second Ward-Lisa North, Da-
vid Sinclair, Alexander Stephen-
son, Franklin Schoichet (HRP);
Carol Jones (Dem); Clan Craw-
ford (Rep). Third Ward-Eliza-
beth Kaufman (Dem); Roger
Bertoia, Robert Henry (Rep).
Fourth Ward - Philip Carroll,
Kathleen Kozachenko (HRP);
Carl Hollier, E t h e l Lewis
(Dem); Richard Hadler (incum-
bent) (Rep). Fifth Ward-John
Minock (HRP); Richard Stone-
man, Mona Walz (Dem); John
McCormick (Rep).

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesdav. Januarv 16 .197

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ONE OF SEVERAL speakers addresses City coun cil last night in an attempt to rally support for two
Human Rights Party-sponsored antiwar resolutions.

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Local experts predict peace
(Continued from Page 1) Despite indications that an agree- Okla.), however, said he will still
nty of the Thieu govern- ment on the war may be near, a press for anti-war legislation in
t doesn't amount to a hill spokesperson for the local Counter- Congress, according to the Reuters
." Inaugural Committee announced dispatch.
interviewed were also the group is not giving up plans to The Associated Press quoted both
critical of the tactic of travel to Washington to protest. Senate Republican Leader Hugh
mbing, and commented on "The announcement certainly Scott (R-Penn.) and House Republi-
all implications for U.S. came at an opportune time," the can leader Gerald Ford (R-Mich.)
policy, spokesperson said, " but the war as saying the bombing halt in-
n," Singer said, "wants to is still on and we'll have to go to dicated solid progress in the nego-
rate American credibility Washington in force anyway. The tiations.
Third World. He's scared last time the bombing in the -~
what he sees as a threat North was suspended, for example, MICHIGAN
nal communism (in these the tonnage dropped in the South UNION Couples Plarm
s). The Philippines and quadrupled." at Reduced Rate.
I are very much on his Political leaders around the na- TUESDAYS
nd this effort to enhance tion reacted to the bombing halt
libility has been a major with guarded optimism. -- oa
all the negotiations.'' Reuters reported that Senate
wen onto ondmn heDemocratic Leader Mike Mans-
f bombingas"not onlyn N ns bo
diplomacy but shocking i ng hild t /s d i o 's t omp -,
o kill people to create aning halt raised his hopes that peace
is near.sA
rive Kelleher, aviting l~ House speaker Carl Albert (D. -_______________

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Ufinances
look grim
(Continued from Page 1)
dean wants to cut in order tc
reach the fall reductions. It is a
mandated cut, and it will be be-
tween one and two per cent. He
will takena very hard look at en-
rollments. If there is a decrease
there, then there will be a de-
crease in staff.
"I'm just waiting for the shoe
to drop."
Looking at the problem of fac-
ulty salaries in a longer perspec-
tive, the University may well ex-
perience an exodus of top profes-
sorial talent.
For example, in a nation-wide
survey taken several years ago,
the University ranked 13th in the
nation in the average amount it
paid to faculty. In 1971-1972, its
ranking had dipped to 32nd.
This year's budget cuts primar-
ily affect temporary positions and
visiting professorships. Continued
reductions, h o w e v e r, combined
with faculty ire over trimmed
salary increases, could induce
many to seek work elsewhere - to
the ultimate detriment of the Uni-
versity.
EXPERIENCED
SKYDIVERS
UM SKYDIVING CLUB
ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING
16 JAN., 1973-7:30 P.M.
3532 S.A.B. BE THERE !
U. of M.
Tae Kwon Do Club
ANNOUNCES
A
Korean
Karate
Demonstration
AND
INTRODUCTORY
LESSON
Thursday, January 18
7:00 p.m., Barbour Gym
For information, call:
LAURA, 761-4185
or DON, 763-6274
We Lowered The
Price Of Coffee
By Not Buying Cups
ThenHalfway .Inn now serves
a 7 cent cup of coffee to any-
one who brings their own con-
tainer. Help the environment.
As usual, there is entertain-

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political science professor who has
worked under presidential advisor
Henry Kissinger, was also critical
of the bombing.
"If you look at the whole history
of the bombing both by Nixon and
Johnson," she said, "you can seej
it as an attempt, both in terms of
image and reality, to use 19th
century tactics in the 20th century.!
People just won't accept 19th cen-
tury tactics anymore, and if all
he's been trying to do is shore up
South Vietnam for another few
seconds it seems hardly worth the
cost."'

ONLY 280 LEFT
That's right! There are only about 280 job openings left at Camp
Tamarack, in Michigan's LowerPeninsula. Camp Tamarack is the
summer camping program sponsored by the Detroit Jewish com-
munity, and we have three camp sites in Michigan and one in Wawa,
Ontario.
We've got openings for counselors, specialists (in waterfront, arts and
crafts, nature-camperaft, dramatics, dance, etc.), supervisors,
drivers, cooks, and nurses, as well as for specialists in outdoor
camping. puppetry, and programs for emotionally disturbed young-
sters. Contract season will run from about June 20 to August 30,
dependinig on the position.
Mike Zaks will be interviewing for these jobs at the Summer Student
Employment Office on January 18 & 25, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.,
also at the Hillel from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Applications can be picked
up at the Summer Student Employment Office.

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