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S. Viets
SAIGON (4) - Street battles
raged in a northern district town
yesterday and Communist - led
sappers inflicted nearly 100 cas-
ualties on a South Vietnamese Di-1
vision headquarters in the Mekong
Meanwhile American jets bomb-
ed the western outskirts of Hai-
phong on Wednesday but the con-
tinuing air war over North Viet-

shredded by Communists

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nam cost the United States at
least two more planes shot down
and two airmen missing.
In announcing the losses, the
U.S. Command acknowledged that'
86 jets had been downed over the
North, with 96 airmen missing
since the resumption of full-scale
bombing last April 6.
The stepped-up action on two
widely separate South Vietnamese

fronts seemed to indicate another
high point in Hanoi's 512lmonth-old
Associated Press correspondent
Richard Blystone reported fron
northern Quang Tin Province that
an estimated five battalions of
North Vietnamese infantrymen
and main force Viet Cong, more
than 1,000 men, launched tank-led
assaults on the district town of

Tien Phuoc, 40 miles south of Da
Nang. It was the first Communist
tanks that had been used in that
"It's bad," one senior officer
told Blvstone.
'He added that South Vietnamese
positions were being hit by recoil-
less rifle and mortar fire at the
rate of four rounds a minute,eand
not all Saigon government rein-
forcements, thrown into the battle
had been able to link up.
Withering Communist fire was
reported coming from Hill 211, the
only high ground in the vicinity of
the town, which had been cap
tured Wednesday. At nightfall the
rate of Tien Phuoc was still in
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S. Korea to withdraw troops
from Vietnam by next June

From Wire Service Reports will not be inflexible. "It goes modified. ultier
The South Korean government without saying," said spokesman Bray's remarks yesterday ui While the district town bore the
plans to withdraw its remaining Charles Bray, that any further eluded praise for the contribution~ brnto the gtrtoun fightin o
troops from South Vietnamn by need for the Korean forces "will' to the war that has been made b brunt of the ground fighting on
June, 1973, it was announced yes- depend on circumstances." Korean troops. Of those foreign the northern front, North Vietna0-
terday. He added that he was "holding countries fighting for Saigon, the mesetchn of coad ighay
Although withdrawal plans were open the hope that if there is any South Korean fighting contingent mile stretch of coastal Highway
made in consultation with the radical change of circumstances in has been second in size only to between Da Nang and southern
United States, the Saigon govern, South Vietnam," the government that of the United States since north-south highway passes 12
ment was not notified until Wed- of South Korea would reconsider Korea entered the war in 1965. milth-sof iehuoc s
nesday, according to one South the rate of its withdrawal. Earlier this year, Seoul with- o e o
Korean f4reign ministry official. However, the Korean official had drew 11,000 soldiers from Vietnam. su the Mekong Delta far to the
In Washington, the State Depart- said earlier that the withdrawal The present withdrawal is sched- sapph, attacked the VietnhgNi
ment indicated hopes that the plans plans , are final and will not be uled to start in December. baer capnear ihw 4 a
According to the Korean official, field reports said 22 South Vietna-
Teu halts local elections the reason for the. withdrawal is mese soldiers were killed and 77
South Korea's confidence that the wounded. Most of the casualties
South Vietnamese 'forces can with- were inflicted by rocket-propelled
From Wire Service Reports Province chiefs are hand-picked by stand any offensive launched grenades and satchel charges
The South Vietnamese govern- President Nguyen Van Thieu. against them. while the base defenders were
ment has announced the termina- The order means nearly all "We believe they do not need pinned down by a 100-round mor-
tion of popular elections at the South Vietnam's administrative our help any longer," he said, tar barrage.
hamlet level., officials will now be appointed. "They proved their self-defensive The sapper squad left seven
The country's 10,775 hamlets- The president and the national capabilities last spring when they dead at the camp, which serves as
formerly ruled by popularly elected assembly remain elective. How- successfully repelled the commun- a forwward division headquarters
hamlet chiefs-are South Vietnam's ever, Thieu was unopposed in the ist offensive. for government troops engaged in
most basic political units. last election and presently rules by It is this type of stated confidence recent heavy fighting around the
The decree-issued Aug 22 by decree under emergency powers in the South Vietnamese, assert -district town of Cai Be.
Premier Tran Thien Khiem-places granted him by the Senate in which U.S. government officials, that is
the power to appoint hamlet chiefs his supporters hold a majority. leading to the United States' troop
in the hands of (province chiefs. This decree, and others like it, withdrawals.
have made it increasingly apparent Presently there are 37,000 groinci
.that democratic institutions in troops in South Vietnam, with about of
Daily Official Bulletin South Vietnam are disappearing four times that many stationed in DET SIGA THET
under the strain of the North Viet- nearby countries. DELTIGMA THETA
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 namese offensive and the depar- By the time the Korean govern- invites all members to a
DAY CALENDAR ture of American ground troops. ment starts this last phase of its SALADL UNH
Music school: Patricia McCarthy, Thieu has admitted as much in withdrawal in December, the IALAi LUNCHELN
viola, S nh. f M k atRci:ar:a8p recent speeches. These speeches, United States will have approxi-
Gym. 8 pm. Folk IDance: ceBarbour 2Sam
Iytenaia significantly, have not been trans- mately 25,000 ground troops left in Sa.,S ., .I
GENERAL NOTICES lated into English or distributed to South Vietnam. However, there
During the Fal Term, Mich. Memor- the press by the Saigon govern- have been no plans announced for 1 93 1 Coronado, Ann Arbor
sal-Phoenix Project will make limited ment.
number of grants to support research .d For Information 665-2209
in peacefyii uses of nuclear energy. In~ a speech Aug. 11, Thieu said, time.
Project is particularly interested in "I must complain that our govern-
cupporting pilot projects & research ment has allowed us to enjoy too
by newifaculty. However, since there ismuch democracy too soon. This is
little money available, requests for
$3.000 or less will be considered appro. like-if you will excuse me for my
priate. Grants may cover equipment, comparison-a small baby that is
supplies, research assistance, and field given an overdose of medicine or
trips. Project will not pay salary of 'like a weak person who takes up
,principal investigator, nor publicationsaexriesthtiselt
expenses Applications for grants physical ecs sth h hlh
should be returned to Phoenix Proj. by cannot endure." L S A
Fri., Sept. 29. Grants will be made by The decree by Thieu ended six
Dec. 1. 1972. Obtain applic. blanks
from office of Phoenix Proj. at Pho years of popular election of hamlet
nix Memorial Lab, No. Campus, or call chiefs.
764.6213. It also appeared to spell doom to
ENGIN~EERING PLACEMENT a promise made by Thieu that he 1OE OS
Engineering Placement Registration would begin to put into effect
Deadlines: For Regular Service, Engi-
neering students planning to interview popular elections for province
during Fall Term file College Interview 1chiefs by 1972.
Form by Sept. 8 to receive maximum Under the terms of the decree,
benefit from services. For Grad II cr- ovnechefterm st tedcre,
vice, GRAD II Computerized placement province chiefs are instructed to
serv. will be avail to students expect- screen and evaluate all present
ing to receive degree and accept regu- hamlet chiefs. "You must -release
lar employment by Sept. 1973, File all those who are unqualified, nega-
GRAD, 1 Student Input Form together tive or have bad behavior," it
8 for full service, directed them.





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