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Wednesday, October 18, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Wednesdqy, October 18, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Pcge Seven

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OCTOBER PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSES
ALL SUPPLIES FURNISHED
Classes limited in size to 6 people. Register now to assure your spot. Classes
meet 1 nite a week for 6 weeks. C!asses begin week of Oct. 23.
BEGINNERS learn to use your equipment right. You will learn to expose
film properly and develop it the first session. Then you will learn to make
your own enlargements up to 8x1 0. You will have 6 darkroom sessions and
FIELD TRIP. Classes meet on Monday or Tuesday nite from 7-10 p.m.
Total Cost $50.
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.
Print for proper contrast. Also included are kodalithing-toning-solariza-
tion- mural making. Total Cost $60.
OPEN HOUSE MONDAY, OCT. 16-:30
Ann Arbor Photography Workshops
Located at Sight & Sound Inc.
7155 JACKSON RD., ANN ARBOR, MICH.-665-3316

TEXAS TOUR
McGovern hits GOP tactics

'U' survival seminar
tries mnountaineering

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FORT WORTH, Tex. (P) - Demo- of Democratic officials." headed back to Washington to tape
crat presidential candidate George Talking to a noon-hour -ally that a half-hour broadcast on economic
McGovern repeatedly accusing attracted a police-estimated crowd issues that will be televised na- By KATHY RICKE lines and the rapelle rope. But as
President Nixon of hiring an al- of 5,000 to a downtown Fort Worth tioMally Friday night. oountain climbcg is more rig- she stepped back to the edge of
leged "sabotage squad," insisted park, McGovern added, "I d) not Meanwhile in Washington, Mc- cumn 15 students learned Sunday from her face and her hands start
yesterday he does not enjoy mak- enjoy that part of campaigning Govern's media advertising manag- during a wilderness survival class. ed to shake.
ing campaign attacks. which comes from attacking the er, Morris Dees, said the .esponse Mountaineering is only one part of With some last minute 'instruc-
He contended at virtually every opposition. I'd much rather : a 1 k to the McGovern campaign tele- the Freshman-Sophomore Seminar, tions and soothing words, however,
stop during a two-day Texas tour about the issues and principles in casts have been very good. Survival in the Wilderness. The she stepped backward and over ihe
that the Nixon campaign 'ins em- which I believe.
Sployed "a network of more than 50 "But there are certain dangero.s Dees said that by midday Mp(n- course is designed to make people edge. Gently letting the -ope out,
operatives to forge letters, imper- trends that have been set in 1)o- day $670,000 had been contributed more capable of interacting with she leaned back until her body was
sonate officials of various Demo- tign by this present administration by mail as a direct result of the the wilderness and to enjoy it more almost perpendicular to the waII
cratic campaigns, incite riots, is- that we must talk about because candidate's Oct. 10 television pro- while damaging it less. of rock.
sue phony press releases in she they jeopardize the freedoms and gram in which he described his A short drive brought the stu The descent was slow and a lit-
names of others, withhold evidence constitutional rights on which our plan for disengaging U.S. mlitary dents and instructors to Grand tIe precarious at first,: but as she
from a grand jury, illegally enter system of government depends." 'forces from Southeast Asia. Apo- Ledge, the only nearby place in the got the hang of it her feet bounced
the offices of the opposition party, Fort Worth was the final stop on ther $250,000 is expected as a re- state suitable for practicing moun- a little more against the rock, giv-
steal private files and unlawfully McGovern's fourth Texas campaign sult of the speech. tah sclimbing. ing the illusion of flying.
wiretap the private conversations swing. From there the .andidate This leads the campaign mnanag- The air was cold, but few noticed She reached the bottom and gave
ers to believe that enough money at as the system of ropes and con- the signal to haul the rope back.
from donors mailing in an average tinentals (metal pulleys) were set "I never thought I could do that,"
ya of$20 ach wll b suffcien to utp to catch any accidental falls, she said with. a smile, "T was
can ugeahdwill e scntagnand an experienced mountaineer,
ocan use and pay all his campaign enlisted the aid of three fellow In addition to mountaineering,
M afia lindsinessiclimbers to help the novices. His students in the Natural Resources
With three weeks to go, Nixon confidence in the equipment and department survival course have
is still leading McGovern by more his enthusiasm for rapelling (lower- studied how to construct emergency
NEW YORK (RP- The bugging and wiretaps were legal - both than 25 percentage points in the ing oneself down a cliff on a rope) shelters, how to recognize edible
of the Mafia's trailer headquarters were court authorized, said Gold, shed polls. helped most people over the first animal life in survival situations,
in a Brooklyn junkyard has re- !redicting the first indictments in "But as the senator is find of step. and how to trap and prepare it in
vialed that almost 200 outwardly his investigation within 10 days. saying," said Gary Hart, his cam- When everything was in place, the most nutritious .way.
legitimate businesses here h a v e Service of 676 subpoenas was con- paign manager, "the only poll that Henry asked for volunteers. While Students also have heard lectures
been infiltrated by the underworld, tinling. counts is on election day. I think most of the class hesitated, one on finding wild edible plants and
Dist. Atty. Eugene Gold said yes- Gold had anno'onced Mond1;yv the the last 10 days of this campaign student shakily stepped forward to insects, as well as guest speakers
terday. bugging of the gray and b I u e are going to be gangbusters in be roped into the system. from Outward Bound (an outdoor
"They run the f-ll gamut of busi- trailer, parked in the Bargain Auto terms of a wholesale shift of senti- She seemed confident enough as survival program) and a member
ness activities in this city,.' he told Parts Inc., junkyard on, Avenue D ment." Henry helped her tie into the safety of a mountain rescue team.

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Contemporary Discussions

presents
CHRIS MILLER
editor of the NATIONAL LAMPOON
will give a free lecture
Thurs., Oct. 19 at 3:00 p.m.
in the Michigan Union Ballroom

a City Hall news conference. "You in Brooklyn. He called it the mob's
name it! There's hardly a business "simmit headquarters."
in the city not subject to it." Gold said the first lead to the
f Authorities long have been aware trailer cane last December when
of mob infiltration of business, but several police investigators were
have found it difficult to establish assigned to pose as Christmas tree
specific links. Gold indicated he vendors near a Brooklyn bar. Out
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DAILY OFFICIAL BU LLET IN

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was relying on information over-
heard at the trailer. He said legi-
timate businessmen have given his
investigation little cooperation.
"There is no doubt that the bugs
STEAMY CRUST
"Hot spots" in the earth's
crust, where steam or hot water
rise to the surface through fis-
sures, previously were the only
known areas where geothermal
heat could be tapped to provide
electric power. Thermal mapping
now permits geologists to locate
additional sources that can be
reached by drilling.

of ther r n ormation, e II ; m T
ed, grew "the most massive inves-'
tigation in the history of law c-a
forcement in this country."
The prosecutorssaid his office has
motion and still pictures taken
from Nazareth Roman Catholic
high school across the street from
the junkyard that reveal "tVie com-
ings and goings of prominent nem-
bers of the five organized crime
families of New York City and
other people."
Gold also claimed to have more
than 1.6 million feet of audio tape
of telephone wiretaps and bugged
conversations within the 40 by 15
foot trailer.

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official pubication of the Univer-
sity of Mic'igan. Notices should be
sent in TYV WRITTEN FORM to
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Sunday. Items appear once only,
Student organization notices are
not acceptel for publication. For
more information, 'phone 764-9270.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18
DAY CALENDAR
Psychiatry Lecture: K. Tooley, "Fam
ily Interaction Patterns With Som
Child Abuse Cases," Children's Psyci
Hosp. Aud., 10:15 am.
Commission for Women: Home
Heath Lounge, Michigan Union, 11 an

Anatomy Seminar: S. Feinberg, stu-
dent seminar, 4804 Med. Sci. II 1:10
pm.
Statistics Seminar: W. L. Root, "Lin-
ear Estimation in System Identifica-
tion Theory." 3227 Angell Hall, 4 pm.
Physics Colloquium: J. Keuffel,
Univ. of Utah, "High Energy Physics
with Cosmic Ray Muons - Recent Re-
search & Future Outlook," P&A Col-
loq. Rm., 4 pm.
Psych 171 Film Series: "But What If
The Dream Comes True?" UGLI Multi-
purpose Rm., 4,pm.
Journalism Lecture: Russell Myers,
n- comic strip artist, "Broom-Hilda and
ne Me." Aud. A, Journalism Dept., 4:10
:h pm.
IEEE and Coll. of Engineering Lec-
er ture: W. Dickenson, Data Systems
m. Branch, Nassau, "The Apollo Com-

munication System," Chrysler Center,
8 pm.
'Grad Coffee Hour: E. Conf. im.
Rackbam, 8 pm.
Music School: University Chamber
Choir, T. Hilbish, conductor, Hill Aud,
8 pm.
UAC: "The Beatles: Away with
Words," Power Center, 8, 10 pm.
Rive, Gauche: Middle East language
night, 1024 Hill St., 9 pm.
CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT
3200 SAB
Mademoiselle Competitions: i) Fic-
tion & Poetry Competition: for un-
dergrad men & women; winners re-
ceive cash prizes & publication of their
work. 2) Mademoiselle College Board/
Guest Editor Competition: 1972-73:
,brochure now available; check this of-
fice for complete details.

The Dept. of Speech
Communication
and Theatre
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1972-1973
Ticket Information:
Individual Tickets;
Thurs., Sun., Mon. $1
Fri. and Sat. $1.50
Season Subscriptions
Thursday $3.00
Fri. and Sat. $4.00
NO RESERVED SEATS

PROUCTONS

EN DGAME
by SAMUEL BECKETT
Oct. 19-22; 24-28
Arena Theatre
OLD TIMES
by HAROLD PINTER
Nov., 30, Dec. 3-4
Community Center
Project
E. Washington

The Basic
Training of
Pavlo Hummel
by DAVIDKABE
Feb. 15-17
Trueblood Aud.
The Architect
and the Empire
of Assyria.
by FERNANDO ARABEL
March 29-31
Arena Theatre

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HUMAN RIGHTS PARTY
Open Meeting
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ECONOMICAL

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1) Campaign '72:
Analysis.

Direction and

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Recycled and Imported Clothing
Wed. & Thurs., Oct. 18 & 19
on most velvet
New shipment of clothes from Fursto jeans
at lowest prices in town
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