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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, April 12, 1973

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0 k l earning, not burning . .
Marianne 0'Tonnor, 75, prepares diligently for the end of the term in the UGLI, snowed under by
books. It's that IJd paper-and-final-exam drudgery time once again.
GENFI1'Al ILTliNS:
Hrig to ask Nixon advice on
S. V ai Cambod
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Sun,
A strke it mbodia by
th tna e ir o ground
forces rimarly would be aimed
than re vn Commni prces
lsewhere in Indohin, the
Pentagon reported that (Commn-
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because i has an especiall
serious air qult rbes 'H
added that Clfr waleading
the country inplun stndards.
For thneto h cntr,
per cent reducin nemissions
from pr e-198 lvswllcost a
car buye bot 0 dol r: more
than he wol a o a current
model. Ruckeihaus said car mnu-
facturers wud ot have to stall
the catalyt u ol nee oher
new equimnt.

ist fighting strength in South Viet- Vietnamese capabilities, Fried-.
nam now matches levels of a year heim said that since the cease-fire,
ago when the North Vietnamese the North Vietnamese have sent
began their last big offensive. about 30,000 troops into South Viet-
In the weeks since the signing of nam or Cambodia.That'raises
the J.an. 27 cease-fire, Pentagon their strength in South Vietnam
spokesman Jerry Friedheim said, to between 140,000 and 170,000 men,
the Northern provinces of South he said.
Vietnam have become a military, In the northern part of South
if not a political, extension of the Vietnam, the Pentagon spokesman
gnoi aovernment. said the North Vietnamese have
President Nixon has accused set up about 1,000 anti-aircraft
he North Vietnamese of numer- guns.j
a:,se-fire violations and re- Around Khe Sanh, once a bigr
mnded them he has used Ameri- U. S. Marinye base, the North Viet-
n air power in responding to namese have installed eight to ten
past infiltration of men and sup- surface-to-air missile sites to pro-.
plies. tect the big airstrip -there, Fried-
In a fresh appraisal of North heim said.

Future
onferenci
THURSDAY, April 12
THE NASA "SPACEMOBILE" is a lecture/demonstration/discus-
sion session concerned with all areas of spaceflight and related
sciences and their applications to problems that exist in ALL
fields. P&A Bg, Colloquium room, 1:00 & 3:00 p.m.
FRIDAY, APRIL 13
Continuous future oriented films on warfare, education, sociolgy,
computer-graphics, religions, ecology, politics & government, tech-
nology, food, and urban society. Film showings will correlate with
events. UGLI Multi-purpose room, 9:00 a.m.-6 p.m., and East
Quad room 126 from 6 p.m.-Sunday, 6 p.m.
"FORRESTER'S WORLD MODEL: Challenge to the Growth Ethic-
A Crock or Not?"-West Engineering Bg, room 421, 10:00 a.m.
DR. MARC R 0 S S, Professor of Physics, member of the New
Science group, will conduct a group discussion on "Equilibrium
Society vs. Post-Industrial Society." 12:30 p.m., P&A Bg, room
182.
HANS MEYER, Director of Windworks, contributor to Domebook
II, who is researching alternative energy systems and working on
the feasibility study for a radically new wind power generation
and storage system for a Maine college, will conduct a discus-
sion, using models, slides, etc. P&A, room 170, 1:00 p.m.
ENERGY CRISIS PANEL. Participants: Dr. Richard Bolzhiser,
Assistant Director of the Office of Science and Technology in the
Executive Office of the President. Dr. Clay Westell, Jr., of Ten-
neco, Inc., power industry's spokesman on the energy crisis. Dr.
Marc Ross, Professor of Physics. Dr. G. Hoyt Whipple, Professor
of Radiological Health, MODERATOR. Dan Ford, M.I.T., Union
of Concerned Scientists, and Dr. Serge Gratch. MLB, Aud. 3, 3:00
p.m. The Gas Dynamics Lab (wind tunnels) on North Campus
will be open for demonstrations and lectures to be conducted by
Professor Perry Hayes, 3:00 p.m.
KOSS Stereophones (Acoustech, Inc.) will conduct a seminar on
noise pollution in the home. Russ Malloy, et al. 4:00 p.m., Mich-
igan League, Michigan room.
"ELECTRONIC MUSIC SEMINAR," East Quad, Green Lounge,
4:00-8:00 p.m.
The Phoenix Laboratory on North Campus will conduct guided
tours of the Atomic Research facility. 4:00 p.m.
The Space Research Building will provide guided tours to demon-
strate computer graphic simulations, lunar soft lander and orbital
simulations. 5:00.
MONROE 'DOCTRINE will perform at Stockwell dorm, 7:30-
10:00 p.m.
Panel discussion on "B.F. SKINNER: Futurologist of Mankind or
Ideology of Facism" to be presented by the National Caucus of
Labor Committees. MLB, lecture room 1, 7:30 p.m.

SATURDAY, APRIL 14
DR. DAVID SONSTEGARD, Assistant Professor of Engineering
Mechanics and Biomechanics, will lead a discussion on "The Engi-
neer and Health Care." West. Engineering Bg, room 102, 10:00
a.m.
The Phoenix Laboratory will conduct guided tours of the Atomic
Research facility on North Campus. 10:00 a.m.

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HANS MEYER of WINDWORKS will conduct a workshop on al-
ternative structures inside an inflated pneumatic structure. P&A
courtyard on East University, 10:00 a.m.
The Gas Dynamics Lab (wind tunnels) on the North Campus will
be open for demonstrations and lectures to be conducted by Pro-
fessor Perry Hayes. 11:00 a.m.
"COMMUNITY PANEL DISCUSSION." Participants: Dr. John
Nystuen, Geography Professor and Director of the Metropolitan
Community Planning Project. Dr. Gerald E. Crane, Professor/
Chairman of Urban Planning. Dick Ahern, city planner. MLB,
Aud. 4, 11:00 a.m.
ERNEST SIEGENTHALER, Ph.D. of Industrial Agriculture and Pro-
fessor in the School of Public Health will speak on the outlook
for the world's food situation. 2:00 p.m., P&A Bg, room 170.
"ANTI-UTOPIAN WARNINGS." Discussion to be led by Pffrs.
Leslie Olsen and Gorman Beauchamp. 2:00 p.m., MLB, lecture
room 1.
ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SOURCES WORKSHOP. P&A courtyard
on East University, 1 :00 p.m.
"BUILDING FOR SELF-SUFFICIENCY WORKSHOP." P&A court-
yard on East University, 3:00 p.m.
The Space Research Building will provide guided tours to demon-
strate computer graphic simulations, lunar soft lander and orbital
simulations. 4:00 p.m.
"FUTURE TRENDS IN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH." Discussion
to be led by Dr. Khalil Mancy, Professor of Environmental Chem-
istry in the School of Public Health. 11:00 a.m., P&A, room 182.
Continuous future oriented movies. East Quad, room 126.
THE UPRISING will perform on the People's Plaza from 11 :00
a.m.-1 :00 p.m.
BLUE TAMALE will perform on the People's Plaza from 1:00-
3:00 p.m.
ELECTRONIC MUSIC SEMINAR. East Quad, Greene Lounge,
1:00-5:00 p.m.
HOME COOK'N will perform on the People's Plaza from 3:00-
5:00 p.m.
SUNDAY, APRIL 15
A lecture on "FUTURE ECONOMY" will be given by Dr. Donald
Fusfeld of the Economics department. 1:00 p.m., P&A Bg, room
170.
LEE SOMERS of the Oceanography Department will talk on "Satu-
ration Diving," living underwater. 2:00 p.m., P&A Bg, room 170.
BLUE TAMALE will perform in the Michigan Union Ballroom
from 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Continuous future oriented movies on warfare, education, sociol-
ogy, computer-film graphics, religions, ecology, politics, govern-
ment, technology, food and urban society. East Quad, room 126.
FESTIVAL OF LIFE with emphasis on unity through understand-
ing. A non-exclusive spiritual celebration providing an oppor-
tunity for individuals and groups to share and learn together, be-
ginning at 6:00 a.m., at the Arboretum Main Meadow (in case
of rain, the Michigan Union Ballroom). Gatherings will involve
times of silence, chanting, singing, dancing, and sharing. Bring
food, water, blankets or mats, worm festive clothing, something
beautiful to share, candles, and love. At 8:00 p.m. there will be
a candlelit march to the Union for a play, dancing with a band,
talks, yoga, mime performance and a multi-media presentation,

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