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Friday, October 13, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Friday, October 13, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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State of emergency
declared by Chile
SANTIAGO (U) - The Chilean 'the "highway, which turns down
government, confronted with a na- Chile's spine, was reopened and
tionwide trucking strike, declared that patrols of carabineros, t h e
a state of emergency yesterday paramilitary national police, h a d
for Santiago and a large part of been beefed up along the route.
central Chile. These strikes pose a cripling
To add to Chile's labor problem, blow to the Marxist government of
small bsiness men and shop keep= Salavtore Allende, a regime t h a t
ers voted yesterday to stage a has been buffeted by controversy
strike in support of the truckers. since it took office in 1970.
Under the state of emergency, a Hundreds of thousands demon-
form of martial law, the Chilean strated against the government in
armed forces become directly re- downtown Santiago Tuesday night.
s-onsible for public order.
When the. talks between the
truckers and government broke o o17
down, 160 drivers and owners, in- ~~
chuding the confederation presi-
dent, Leon Vilarin were arrested
and charged with breaking Chile's o see ou
internal security law.
Angry truck drivers blockaded
the vital Pan American Highway
to the north and south of the capi-
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practicing the use of a space-age
"divining rod" to sound for water
below the lunar surface in their
Dec. 6 moon mission.
Commander Eugene Cernan said,
"I think when you have something
as exotic as the moon, something
we have so much to learn about'
there's always the possibility
of finding anything, anywhere.
Cernan and Astronaut Harrison
Schmitt, the Apollo 17 moon land-
ers, showed off one of the water-
detection experiments to newsmen
Wednesday while they rehearsed a
lunar walk on a sandy, mock moon-
scape at Cape Kennedy.
Cernan and Schmitt also showed
off these five new experiments
which they are to set up on the
moon during the flight:
-A tidal gravimeter to gather
data on the response of the moon
to earth's tidal pull and to deter-
mine if gravity waves exist in
space;
-A mass spectrometer to meas-
ure the composition of the thin
lunar atmosphere;
-A device to detect meteorite
hits and the effect of lunar ma-
terial flung out by the impact;
-A traverse gravimeter to meas-j
ure variations in subsurface struc-
ture and to determine whether
mountains near the landing site
have deep roots or are huge de-
nosits of material.

AP Photo
Feeling fine
Former President Lyndon Johnson appeared Wednesday at a
presentation ceremony of Lady Bird Johnson Awards for Highway
beautification in Texas and told the audience he was feeling "fine"
because he followed the advice of an old, old woman. "When I
walks, I walks slowly. When I sits, I sits loosely. And when I feel
worry coming on, I just go to sleep," he said.
FOLLOWS WIESTMORELAND:
Abrams promoted to
Army chief of staff

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WASHINGTON (I)-Gen. Creigh-
ton Abrams survived many storms
in his four years as U.S. military
commander in Vietnam: My Lai,
the Green Beret case, ebbing
morale, antiwar sentiment, drugs
-but perhaps the biggest of all
was Vietnamization.
When he took over from Gen.
William Westmoreland on July 3,
1968, Abrams' task was to change
the character of the war and mold
the South Vietnamese Army so
that it could take over thercombat
role hitherto borne chiefly by the
Americans. Perhaps his biggest
accomplishment was getting the
American ground combat units out
without disaster.
Now at age 58, he has returned to
Washington to succeed Westmore-
land, a West Point classmate, as
Army chief of staff.
Senate confirmation of his nomi-
nation by President Nixon was
never in serious doubt, but there
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- were long delays while the Senate
Armed Services Committee ex-
plored the unauthorized air strikes
over North Vietnam earlier this
year.
Abrams spent five years in Viet-
nam, the first one as deputy to
Westmoreland.
Final assessment of Abrams'
role in Vietnam depends on wheth-
er the South Vietnamese Army he
built is able to survive.
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Student organization notices are
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more information, phone 764-9270.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13
Prog. in Engineering for Public Sys-
tems, Coll. of Engin. & Economics: T.
Sparrow, Johns Hopkins Univ., "Eco-
nomics and the Design of Public Sys-
tems," 311 W. Engin., 4 pm.
Astronomy Colloquium. A. Cowley,
The Struve Memorial Symposium at
victoria, B. C.," P&A Colloq. Rm., 4
pm.
University Players: Farquhar's "The
Beaux Strategem," Lydia Mendelssohn,
8 pm.
Music School: String Dept. Student
Recital, Sch. of Mus. Recital Hall, 8
pm.
International Folk Dance: Barbour
Gym. 8 pn.
Rive Gauche: Live entertainment,
1024 Hill tit., 9 pm.
GENERAL NOTICES
Attention Students: Oct. 20 (5 p.m.)
is last date for Fall Term when Regis-
trar's Office will allow refund for a
50 per cent withdrawal.
ORGANIZATION NOTICES
U of M Ski Club, mass meeting, Oct.
17, 7:30 PM, Union Ballroom. Sched-
uled trips are: Christmas - Steamboat
Springs, Colorado and Sprink Break -
Aspen, Colorado.
Organization of Arab Students pre-
sents Mafouz Bwnnoun, former ia-
ison officer, lecturing on "Goal- Or-
ganization and Strategy of Algerian
War for National Liberation Dates 1952
-1962," Oct. 13, 8:00 PM, Multi-pur-
pose room, UGLI, 3rd floor.

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