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Wednesday, Oct. 4
Room, 4th Floor
OUTSIDE ON THE TERRACE
Nixon, Gromyko sign
arms limitation treaty
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Michigan Union Election
Notice is hereby given that a student
election will be conducted concerning
amendments to the Michigan Union
Put a smile
WASHINGTON oP--Sounding a
joint call for further efforts to halt
the arms race, President Nixon
and Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei
Gromyko yesterday placed into
force history's first accords limiting
The two leaders and Secretary
of State William Rogers formalized
the implementation of the two
documents signed at the Moscow,
summit in May-a treaty limiting
deployment of defensive missiles
and an interim agreement freez-
ing for five years the two nations'
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on October 31,
and November 1 and 2, 1972.
The text of these amendments is avail-
able in the SGC Office, Room 3X, Mich-
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Our only interest is protecting you.
arsenals of long-range offensive
"We m-st now move from this
first step to the vitally important
next step in which we consider the
fill range of offensive nuclear
weapons and try to find agreement
between our two nations," Nixon
Gromyko also referred to the
planned second round of Strategic
Arms Limitation Talks (SALT)
and said: "We are convinced that
the interests of the Soviet and
American peoples and the interests
of the peoples of all the countries
of the world demand that efforts
to limit the arms race should con-
The planned second-phase nego-
tiations are aimed at reaching a
permanent treaty limiting not only
land and submarine-based missiles
-the two categories covered by
the five-year agreement-but also
other categories of nuclear arms
such as short-range tactical weap-
Nixon and Gromyko had touch-
ed on SALT 2 in discussions during
an overnight stay at Camp David,
the presidential retreat in t h e
Maryland Mountains. Their dinner
and breakfast conversations also
ranged over trade and such inter-
national issues as Vietnam, the
Middle East, the European Secur-
ity Conference and mutual balanc-
ed troop reduction, Ziegler said.
The spokesman said also'-Nixon
and Gromyko discussed the Soviet
tax on Jewish emigres, but he
would give no details.
Daily Official Bulletin
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4
Psychiatry Lecture: J. Hartman, "Por-
nography as Defense," Children's
Psych. Hosp. Aud., '10:15 am.
Anatomy Seminar: A. Burdi, "One
Picture is Worth a Thousand Words,"
4804 Med. Scl. II, 1:10 pm.
Commission for Women: Homer
Heath Lounge, Union, 11 am.
Botany Seminer: E. Inoue, Nat'l Ist.
of Agricultural Res., Tokyo, "Biomet-
erology and Aerobiology in Japan," 1139
Nat. Sci. Bldg., 4 pm.
Statistics Seminar: N. Starr, "Gone
Fishin' Again," 3227 Angell Hall, 4
Physics colloquium: R. Lewis, "Test-
ing Mirror Symmetry in p-p Scatter-
ing," P&A Colloq: Em., 4 pm.
Student Lab Theatre: Rehak's "The
Only Good Injun," and Pinter's "Land-
scape." Arena Theatre, Frieze Bldg.
BGS Seminar: "Women's Studies, Ra-
tionale and Academic Planning," Mod.
Lang. Bldg., Lee. Em. 2, 7:30 pm.
Grad Coffee Hour: E. Conf. Em.,
Rackham, 8 pm.
Music School: University Philhar-
monic, Josef Blatt, conductor, Hill
Aud., 8 pm.
Rive Gauche: Bangladesh benefit
dinner and workshop, 1024 Hill St.. 9
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The Equivalent Of 7 Hiroshima A-Bombs
Are Being Dropped On
Indochina Each And Every Month
And that's after six years of protest!
SHOP THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
TO 9:00 P.M.
Explosives equal to 420 Hiroshima A-bombs have already
been dropped on Vietnari.
Millions of men, women and children have been killed,
maimed or left homeless as a result of the bombing.
-and this is what President Nixon calls a policy of "great
He tells us he is winding down the war - and then. says that
unless North Vietnam accepts his terms, there will be no re-
duction of the bombing. (As a matter of fact, there will prob-
ably be a further escalation.)
"Those who have had a chance for four years and could not
produce peace, should not be given another chance," Nixon,
October 9, 1968.
On this October 9th, it ill be four years. Can our conscience
stand the guilt of another four years of this kind of immorality
under Richard Nixon?
What are the justifications we are given for this wasting of
Vietnam and its people? To protect the people of South Viet-
nam from communism? To maintain democracy?
The regime we aredefending suspends elections, muzzles the
press, jails and tortures its political opponents. The people we
are supposed to be saving are being systematically killed.
To the survivors, our fight to- contain communism in Southeast
Asia (at the same time that we are making business deals with
communist countries) can only be viewed as hypocritical fa-
naticism, indistinguishable from that which we have sworn to
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about the lives of Vietnamese.
Do we really not care about the people we kill?
Americans will not always be able to ignore the consequences
of our actions. We will be asked: How could it happen? Where
were you? What did you do?
Q Just protesting is not enough.
Q Voting your conscience is not enough.
Your dollars are crucial. Your dollars can stop the killing. Make
it possible for George McGovern to awaken the people before
President McGovern would end the war.
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This is our last chance to make a difference.
Dear Senator McGovern: PO115
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