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Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, November 16, 1972

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tU.S. escalates bombing raids
SAIGON (UP) - The United States I ed a bombing limit exactly a Parallel during the current peace
mounted against North Vietnam in I month ago. talks.
tepast two days .some of thei All the strikes were concentrated The violence of the latest raids
most concentrated air attacks of in the four most southern prov- brought protest from North Viet-
the war. inces of North Vietnam - Thanh nam against what it called "in-
Air Force and carrier-based 'Ha, Nghe An, Ha Tinh and Quang discriminate carpet bombing of
fighter - bombers launched more Binh. heavily-poulated areas.''
than 300 tactical strikes Tuesday. "This is to let North Vietnam Th air blt-a a"uercn
During the 24 hours ended at noon know that as long as the war is not Tofa b Ameia's "pttros-
yesterday, B52s flew more than over, as long as it has troops in tradiction" fAeias"rfs-
30 missions against targets in the the South, we are not going to hold ed good will," said Hanoi's official
southern part of North Vietnam. back," said an American official. newspaper. It claimed hundreds of
It was the largest number of The United States told North civilians had been k ill1 e d or
tacetical air strikes against the Vietnam Oct. 22 that there would wounded.
North since President Nixon order- ,be no bombing above the 20th American and South Vietnamese
officials say the steoped up air

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about the problem have been dis-
tur-bin~gly fruitless.
CWilbur Pierpont, vice president
aind chief financial officer, is pres-
ently in Africa. Pierpont's assis-
tant, Harlan Mulder, refused to
discuss the matter, noting that
"Athletic Director Don) Canham
has all the answers."
Henry Johnson, vice .president
for student services, declined an
Sntvrvie wher n a roahed statin

on ground that had been used for
IM fields. To reciprocate for this
confiscation, the Athletic Depart-
ment lighted some nearby softball
-fields.
At MSU a facilities coordinating
committee decides who has priority
at the various gyms and fields.
Also, since Beeman is administra-
tively equal to the Athletic Direc-
tor, he communicates directly with
the administration's executive of-
ficers

boon to intramurals as well as the
hockey team.,'
Also the first indoor tennis courts
that are multi-purpose composition
rather than wood will be available
to students and the varsity tennis
team. -
The number of basketball courts
would be nearly doubled by the en-
actment of this proposal.
It is estimated that the entire
project will cost less than $2 mil-

IParis talks
needed to wrap up an ageement
for signing. But well-informed
sources here believe the session
might be extended with possible
short interruptions.
Tough negotiations were anti-
cipated between Kissinger and Tho,
who was expected to insist on the
basic, nine-point agreement.
But the North Vietnamese might
agree to some clarifications, pos-
additionalthprovisions thde source
said.
The South Vietnamese govern-
ment wants an explicit understand-
ing on the withdrawal of North
Vietnamese forces from South Viet-
nam. North Vietnam does not
acknowledge that it has troops in
the Sot, but might be persuaded
to leave any agreement on this
Union, Saigon sources said.Soie
month has been sounding out Can
ada, Indonesia, Poland and Hun-
gary on their willingness to serve
on the international supervisory
and control commission envisioned
in the U.S.-North Vietnamese draft
peace plan.

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that he was not ready to discuss Canham, when questioned about funding has not been decided. That
the issue at this time. a restructuring that would elim- is, neither the University nor the By the UPI and Reuters ing a recent trip to North Vietnam
To eliminate some of the bureau- inate his responsibility towards in- Athletic Department have jumped WASHINGTON-Jane Hart, wife that a Washington-Hanoi reconcili-
cratic red tape the pyramid could tramurals commented, "I would up to offer the money. of Sen. Philip Hart (D-Mich) said ainwtotnmsty aslky
be leveled. There are several ways be much happier if I had to handle The University's $75,000 contri- yesterdlay she saw indications dur- dete wtheu havyimrica bomb-y
toaccomplish this restructuring, only intercollegiate athletics, but bution to intramurals from thedsptthheyAmranb b-
though it is questionable whether I don't think that would be in the general fund is obviously mnade- ing-.
emmmumm##mti!#Emi#Mm!!miattti#Emmittt!iis#E m~timandU~ qutit is no eknowsnat thi tim m i....ni a press otnferene yesterday, ap-
". . We believe that the claim of 200 or 300 how much more the University - pear to separate the bombing raids
theavalabe fnds could provide for the improve-~ of fieial1 from their attitudes toward the
intercollegiate athletes upon hea iabef ds ments with its present state al- q ts American people.
*. . is less than the claim of the many thousands location, if anything. DA NANG, Vietnam (AP)-WiliardI Hart's primary purpose was to
Canham claims to have some- Chambers, a ranking official in the talk to American POWs, she said,
. in.Eltramural participants . .. who must suffer thing in the works, though. "We American pacification program in adding that she spoke with eight
inadequate facilities." have the possibility of getting a Vietnam, has resigned his $42,000-- POWs during what she believed to
gift,"' he says, "and if we got that, a-year job "in sheer disgust with be the first visit by Americans to
-ACRICS then that could get us started." Ithe leadership and the philosophy the POW camp inside Hanoi.
#5smtnnsssamntit;mssss2#!N~S~%%is~sssml!#sm52#i##s~N#51%m~#5m# Funds for 1thisband future pro- being applied" to what he calls a Hart, who earned a degree of
posals can also be raised, or re- much maligned cause. anthropology two years ago at the I
the University could provide in- best interests of the University at' allocated from a number of other Although protest resignations age of 49, called herself an "an-
creased funding to an IM depart- this time." sources.,aeocre cainlydrn hoooia aaroe na
metsprtdfrom the Athletic He added, "The athletic depart- The most probable solution that thae occurred oasionteal dusrng throk'sogicat. prtoerna
Department. ments and intramural departments can be expected will be a rise in
A pyramid leveling would put are at each other's throats at two1 athletic ticket prices. ers here can recal no othe U. S. An outspoken critic of the war
IM's closer to the University's Iother Big Ten schools; here we Canham appears to have the offittial asde snircstambers. who was arrested at a peace dem-
funding authoities, giving intra- settle things internally.'' ability to innovate when it comes quiter undr suh circumasacs.a onstraion several years ago, Hart
murals a stronger claim on any But perhaps a few squabbles are to money-mnaking ventures. Hope- civilian official in V i e t n a m, No.7. ita rm c.2
additional revenue.- in the best interest of both athle- fully, he will continue with these Chambers said in his final report '___ --__ __
Besides a structural reorganiza- tics and intramuals-at least both endeavors,th anredirvertaest; to the pacification agency: "I am I
tion of the Athletic Department, sides get to air their views to the snote ofntheinrase prevenues no longer willing to remain patient N EETD
there are two other avenues open' administration,.nt thre intamuralh posramty.f with the parade of overranked NTR TE
for obtaining more funds. There are presently no major cutback in the minor sports pro- Inonentities whose actions reflect IN A N
The University and the state proposals for a structural change grams, to provide extra money for their own ignorance of Vietnam, of
legislature could reorder its priori- at the University. The only reme- intramurals. the peculiarities of a people's war INTER NATIONAL
ties to give IM's a financial boost, dial suggestion, forwarded in the For example, the track team and of the requirements of coun-
or the Athletic Department could ACRICS Report on the New Rec- loses about $80,000 a year, and its terinsurgency." CAREER?
be shaken up internally to cut back reation Proposals, has been to ap- elimination would help benefit the Chambers, a retired Army lieu-
minor sports programs. point a facilities coordinator, needs of the general student body tenant colonel, said in an inter-
One possible structural change The October, 1972 report states, rather than the smaller number of view that he has always supported
would be to bring the Department "The coordinator would, upon ad- 'people involved with track. the U. S. policy of trying to pre-
of Intramurals and Recreation up visement from both ACRICS and The ACRICS Intramural-Recrea- vent a Communist takeover of
to the level of the Athletic Depart- the Board in Control (of Inter- tion Building Proposal Report com- South Vietnam, "but we just don't
ment and the Physical Education collegiate Athletics) establish a ments, "We appreciate the anguish know how to do it."
uderarmnha m's cotold bt on priority system for all buildings which such a reorganizaton would Both politically and militarily, he
undr Cnhm sconro bu oe used jointly, and be responsible for cause to the coaches, to the cur- said, tXe Americans have been un- MR. GAR PACII
be teimintedtteReet would scheduling these facilities. rently enrolled minor sports ath- able to carry out policies capable NR
Anolte . aprahwudb o "It is further recommended that letes and to some of the alumni, of defeating the insurgent forces.
searther pysiacaion fro the facilities coordinator be respon- but we believe that the claim of will be on the campus
sepaate hysial ducaion romsible to the Chief Financial Officer 200 or 300 intercollegiate athletes
inger IM er tphysical educaton (Wlbur Pierpont) of the Univer- dserving, isailebsthanth claim e Friday, Nov. 17, 1972
control. Thisugtyed ofstructural City." diIkste dao of the many thousands of students
the minority opinion of the Hayes coordinator because, "That's exact-* who are intramural participants ~ .to discuss quaifications for
Rpratdycommissioned by ly what I do." tefcmte ins ufriade- "advanced study at
then-President Harlan Hatcher on IThat ACRICS report was pri- Student fees could also be in-THNEBR
the organization of the Athletic manly concerned with a four- rae otelvla te GRADUATE SCHOOL
Department. Ipronged proposal which would tem- scas tobrg th lve add t ohers and job opportunities
A further, more radical, struc- porarily reduce the facility shr- Pschooly, tobinghign' addeenuesh in the field 0:
tural change would completely .di- age. The four steps are: letic fee is among the lowest in the IINTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT
vorce intramurals and recreation * Moving the ice rink to Yost nain(five dlrsper term) for ~______
from intercollegiate athletics. The IFieldhouse; atio dollrsty accordingto
two separate departments would * Renovating the coliseum into Ga maruniestacodn oInterviews may be scheduled at
be administratively equal and an intramural and recreational Cutbacks in scholarships to min-
funded independently. A similar center with basketball, tennis, and or sports have already been ap- PaeetCne
-set-up is now in operation at handball facilities, and a game Iproved by the Big Ten. The re-
Michigan State University. room; .maining scholarships will be split
Although there is some reciprocal * Building a pre-fabricated shell up to provide partial aid to more
spending for jointly-used facilities, structure onto Yost Fieldhouse, athletes. Canham has estimated eTHUNDERBIRD
MSU Director of Intramurals and housing several tennis courts and that between $30,000 and $120,000 ij4i~GRADUATE SCHOOL
Recreation Frank Beeman remark- a track; wlbesvd ac yaryths I I IU 'II4J OF
ed, "Ninety-nine per cent of our * Building another pre-fabricat- 1b ae ahya yti INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT
funds come straight from student ed shell on North Campus wit hane.pt h e rpsl n
services." facilities for tennis, basketball, the new innovations by the Ath- i
One advantage to the MSU sys- handball, and squash. letic Department, there have been Glendale, Arizona 85306
tern can be illustrated by a recent This proposal, if enacted, will no major steps taken of late to _______
incident. The Athletics Department give the University an ice rink that help bail out intramurals and rec--_______
at State built a new hockey arena can be used for the entire year-a reation. And nothing promising Aflae t
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campaign is directed against a
substantial flow of communist war
materiel, including new h e a v y
guns, to the battle fronts of South
Vietnam.
"If we try to minimize the air
strikes, Hanoi might get the im-
pression we are not too serious,"'
said the U.S. official.
ownhmassive supply buildup to the
forces lof South Vietnam in a bid
to beat a cut-off after a cease-fire.
Pentagon sources reported the
United States has turned over more
than 600 planes and helicopters
since the big logistics operation
began two weeks ago.

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