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o HE MICHIGAN DAILY

t-riday, act©ber 13,, 1972

Page Two IHE MICHIGAN DAILY 1-riday, October 13, 1972

Honda cars to meet
exhaust rules by'73

DIRECT FROM ITS
HIGHLY ACCLAIMED
SHOWING AT THE
CANNES FILM
FESTIVAL!

TOKYO (P) - Honda M o t o r
Co. said yesterday it plans to
put on sale by the autumn of
1973 automobiles equipped with
new engines capable of meeting
U.S. exhaust-emission require-
ments for 1975.
60 autos equipped with the com-
pany's compound vortex-cvcc en-
gine show that the engine emits
2.0 grams of carbon monoxide,
0.23 grams of hyrocarbons and
0.95 grams of nitrogen oxide per
mile.
The U.S. standards for 1975
allow a maximum of 3.4 grams of
carbon monoxide, 0.41 grams of
hydrocarbons and 3.1 grams of
nitrogen oxide per mile.

The CVCC engine looks similar
to a conventional engine exceptE
that at the top of each cylinder
there is a small auxiliary com-
bustion chamber capped by a
small additional intake valve. The
spark plug screws into this small
chamber.
The lower peak temperature in
the main combustion chamber oft
the cvcc engine reduces the
amount of nitrogen oxides pro-
duced.
Also the longer burning period
at optimum temperature pro-
motes oxidation, which reduces
the output of hydrocarbons, and
the extremely lean mixture re-
sults in less carbon monoxide.

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-Benefit for the Media Access Center-
sponsored by Friends of Newsreel
prior to its U.S. premiere at
the SAN FRANCISCO FILM FESTIVAL

AP Photo
TRAN THI THO (right) bursts into tears Wednesday at the International Commission of Enquiry into
U.S. Crimes in Indochina in Copenhagen as she describes how her one month old baby was killed
during a U.S. bombing raid in Indochina. An interpreter (left) holds the baby's bonnet.
Clark accuses Pres. Nixon:
~American bombers play God'

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John Huston's most
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years! The surprise
hit of this year's
Cannes Film Festival!"
-CHARLES CHAMPLIN,
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"John Huston has J
directed it master-
fully. A work of solid
and effective reaClism!
-THOMAS QUINN CUJRTISS,
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"The work of a great film-
maker with a great heart!"
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"it is John Huston's
best in many a year!
The sensation of the
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unanimously ac-
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such beauty, truth and
humanity... it is a tran-
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-BERNARD DREW.Gannelt News Senile
"Perhaps the best film
Seen at Cannes!"
-DEREK PROUSE, Sunday Tmes (London)

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Yves Montand

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COPENHAGEN (1') - F
U.S. Attorney General R
Clark accused President
Nixon yesterday of makin
ican bombers "play God'
people of North Vietnam
said the North Vietnames
be bombed into submission
Clark's condemnation
American bombing was m
report to the third sessio
International Commission
quiry into U.S. Crimes
china. Clark was a memb
international group -,the
sion sent to North Vie
gather information on the
U.S. bombing.
The richest and most

o r m e r nation in history is unleashing "the
a m s e y cruelest means of destruction it di
Richard can conceive on an undeveloped sl
ig' Amer- agrarian Asian people," Clark said. ,
' for the The North Vietnamese, Clark Vi
, but he said, did not understand w h y sa
e will not their country was being bomb-
n" ' ed at a time of constant talk of
of t h e imminenttp e ac e, withdrawal of
ade in a U.S. ground forces and assurances;
n of the that the United States is winding
of En- down the war.
in Indo- In a joint report, the investiga-
er of an tive team said such large popula-:
commis- tion centers as Haiphong and Nam,
tnam to Dinh have "largely been destroy-
effects of ed" while other towns, such as
Ninh Binh, have been "totally raz-
powerful ed to the ground."

On-site inspections proved t h a t
kes, water control systems and
ices had been bombed and se-
erely damaged in three 'N o r t h
ietnamese provinces, the report
aid.
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House passes stricter
strip-mining regulations

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(EVERYTHING'S O.K.)
continuous showings 2-4-6-8-10 p.m.
Oct. 14 SATURDAY $2.,50 benefit cont.
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meet with the directors-8 p.m.
Jean Luc GODARD & Jean Pierre GORIN
POWER CENTER for the PERFORMING ARTS
Huron at Fletcher
admission with ticket or stub
tickets available at CENTICORE, So. University
f UAC-Daystar presents
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a., Od. 28
8 P.m.-HilI Aud
. $2.50-4-450-5.0O
The Stevie Wonder stage show is something
very different from what audiences expect from
Motown performers.
The great hits are still there ("For Once In
My Life," "Ma Cherie Amour," "Heaven Help Us
All"). But his new music isn't calculated' for Top
40. Backed up by the Wonderlove Band andsingers-
dancers, the Stevie Wonder show is a full evening
of entertainment.
MICHIGAN UNION M-F 11-6, SAT. 12-3
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WASHINGTON (P) - T h e
House has passed tough strip-
mining regulations. which the
coal industry and some congress-
men say could cut surface coal
operations in half.
The Coal Mine Surface A r e a
Protection Act, approved 265 to
75 Wednesday, places the burd-
en of proof on an operator to
demonstrate to the Interior De-
partment that he can reclaim the
land as a condition for receiving
a strip-mining permit.
The bill also contains a con-
troversial provision banning sur-.
face mining on slopes exceeding'
20 degrees.
According to Chairman Wayne
Aspinall (D-Colo.) of the" House
Interior and Insular Affairs Com-
mittee, this could shut down
about. half the mines in the Ap-
palachian region of the eastern
United States where the majority

of strip mines are located.
The bill also would give the
Interior Department authority to
halt surface-coal operations when
it determined that the health and
safety of employes or the public
was endangered.E
Environmentalists have praised
the bill as one which could even-'
tually abolish the scarred hill-
sides that dot the Appalachian
region.
In strip-coal mining, holes are
drilled into a hillside and ex-
plosive charges placed there and
detonated to gain access to a
seam of coal. The explosions
denude the hillside of plant life.
Rep. Ken Hechler (D-W.Va.)
one of the'°most outspoken con-
gressional critics of strip min-
ing, said he reluctantly supported
the bill because it would "at
least slow down the most serious
devastation of the land."

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ADVANCED classes are on either Wednesday or Thursday nites from 7-10
p.m. Also 6 darkrom sessions and 1 field trip. Learn to shoot under lights.
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