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The Michigan Daily-Friday, March 31, 1978-Page3,

Time stands still
This winter's harsh weather caused a lot of hardship, but it's still
hard to believe it's done the ultimate - caused time to stop. According
to the campus electric shop, it was the wind and weather that pushed
the clock mechanism on the east side of Burton Tower out of alignment
and stopping that clock. A shop employee described the problem in a
precise technical manner: "the gears are out of commission." He ad-
ded that it should be fixed soon.
City residents
If you're planning to stick around for the summer and will be in the
market for recreational activities, the city may be able to help you
save some money. City resident identification tags, which allow the
bearer to receive resident admission rates to the city's golf courses,
swimming pools, artificial ice rinks and the Argo and Gallup Park
canoe and bicycle rental facilities, will be available beginning
tomorrow. To obtain a tag'valid for two years, just present a piece of
identification which proves residency-Michigan driver's license, vo-
ter's registration, University I.D., city of Ann Arbor utilities bill, or
city property tax statement. Tags will be available Monday through
Friday at the Parks and Recreation office (City Hall), Leslie Golf
Course on Traver Rd., Huron Golf Course on E. Huron River Dr., and
Veterans Ice Arena on Jackson Rd.
Happenings ...
begin with the reminder that today is the last day to submit an
application for a Project Outreach internship in adolescence. Stop by
554 Thompson or call 764-9179. It's also the last day to file for an LSA or
Rackham Student Government bffice - 4001 Union . . celebrate the
last day of March by participating in the Alpha Phi Omega blood bank
from 11-5 in the Anderson Room of the Union . . at 10:10 hear Frank
Hogg, Principal of the College of Librarianship in Wales, speak on
"Developments in International Librarianship" in 2328 School of
Education; he'll repeat his talk at 1:10 and 2:10 in 2219, School of
Ed... .at 10, tune into WIQB, 103 FM to hear the mayoral candidates
debate ... at noon, attend a luncheon at Guild House featuring Prof.
Tom Weiskopf on "Socialism and Deomeray" ... also at noon,
George Springer will speak on "Boundary Layer Congrol" in 229 W.
Engin.. ."Man of Aran" will be shown at 12:10 in Schorling
Auditorium in the School of Ed. . . take a break until 4:10, when
West Conference Room. . . at 6 attend a Free Hatha Yoga Workshop
at the Yoga Center, 207 E. Ann. . . the Ann Arbor Church of Latter
Day Saints, 914 Hill, will hold an open house beginning at 7:30 featur-
ing the topic "Living Prophets". . . then travel to Cleary College in
Ypsilanti for the Washtenaw County Democratic Party Candidates
Forum with the U.S. Senate Candidates, at 8. . . also at 8, Detroit City
Council President pro tem Mary Ann Mahaffet speaks on "Rights of
Poor Families" at the Public Library, 343S. Fifth. Have a nice day.
On the outside...
A weak cold front passing through the area is giving us the clouds.
This morning we have a 30 percent chance of rain with cloudy skies.
As the day progresses, however, the clouds should breali up and a
southerly wind at 10-15 miles per hour should bring our temperatures
to 54 to 57 degrees. Tonight, partly cloudy skies will prevail with a low
from 38 to 41. Tomorrow looks great'for the Annual Hash Bash, with
partly sunny skies and a high in the low to mid 60s. Sunday looks
cloudy with a slight chance of rain and a high in the 50s.

Chile'sjunta shows signs

An AP News Analysis
SANTIAGO, Chile - New signs of a
split within Chile's ruling military junta
are emerging at the same time
President Augusto Pinochet is under
pressure from the United States to
cooperate in solving the murder of
exiled Socialist Orlando Letelier.
Gen. Gustavo Leigh, a junta member
and air force commander, has made
barely veiled criticisms of Pinochet's
plan to hang on to power for 10 more
years. Leigh recalled that when the
military overthrew the late Marxist
President Salvadore Allende in 1973, it
planned a government without "per-
sonalismo, "-personality cult.

THE 35 GENERALS of the army
responded with a declaration of support
for Gen. Pinochet, their commander in
chief. They said they would not allow
anyone to "place obstacles in theroad
that has been outlined to achieve the
new institutionalization \of our coun-
Leigh, 57, has seemed to shun public
appearances with the three other junta
members since a Jan. 4 referendum in
which Pinochet won the backing of 75
percent of the voters. Leigh had tried to
talk the president out of holding the
Air force members are also reported
to be complaining that their branch of

the military is getting low pay and a
paltry operational budget compared
with the other services.
no mention of the Letelier in-
vestigation, the fallout from which
could settle most heavily over Pinochet
and his army.
Letelier, a diplomat and cabinet
minister in the Allende government,
was killed when a bomb went off under
his car in Washington on Sept. 21.197
Leigh said after his unsuccessful at-
tempt to block the January plebiscite
that he and the air force would do

o split
nothing to threaten the government.
But he said he would continue speaking
OF THE TWO other junta members,
Navy chief Jose Merino also opposed
Pinochet's plebiscite, but apparently
because of pressure from his admirals
and not from personal conviction. Gen.
Cesar Mendoza, head of the national
police, appears firmly in Pinochet's
Some within the outlawed Christian
Democratic Party, which governed
Chile before Allende, see Leigh as the
most likely intermediary for an early
return to civilian government.

Daily Official Bulletin


Housing Proposals A & B

Daily Calendar:
Guild House: S5c soup and sandwich luncheon,
Prof. Tom Weisskopf, "Socialism and Democracy",
802 Monroe, noon.
Public Health: Robert Miller, director and deputy
to undersecretary general, UN office of Interagency
Affairs, "Optimist's View of the UN," 304 Henry
Vaughn, SPH Bldg., 1 p.m.
Recreational sports: Advisory Committee on
Recreation, Intramurals and Club Sports meeting,
CCRB, Conf. room, 3:30 p.m.
Philosophy: Adolph Grunbaum, "Is Freudian
Psychoanalysis Pseudoscientific?" Lec. rm. 1, MLB,
3:30 p.m.
Astronomy: J. Landstreet, U-Western 'Ontario,
"Magnetic Fiels in Upper Main Sequence Stars,"
807 Dennison, 4 p.m.
Biological Sciences: Jack Kyte, U-Calif., "Active
Transport of Dosium and Potassium," Lee Rm II,
MLB, 4 p.m.
Astronomy: R. L. Sears, "8volution of Start",
Aud.B.,AH,8 p.m.
General Notice
Undergraduate Honors Convocation. The annual
Convocation recognizing undergraduate honor
students will be held at 10:30a.m., Friday, March 31,
at Hill Auditorium. Dean Wilbur J. Cohen will ad-
dress the Convocation on "The World of 1998."
All undergraduate classes, with the exception of
clinics and graduate seminars, will be dismissed
from 9:45 a.m. to 12 noon for the Convocation. How-
ever, seniors may be excused from clinics and
The honor students will not wear caps and gowns.
Doors of the Auditorium will open at 10:00 a.m. The
public is invited.
3200 S.A.B.
Internshits at the Rochester Museum and the

Strasenburgh Planetarium for individuals interested
in thetheory and practice of museum and
planetarium operations.
Post-doctoral Teaching Awards in Humanities and
the Professions for junior faculty in the humanities
with interest in teaching and research related to pre-
professional education in medicine, law,
engineering, and business. One year appointments,
beginning Sept. 1978.
Japanese American Citizens League National
Scholarship Program for 1978 offers 15 Freshmen
and 4 Graduate student scholarships ranging from
$250. to $1,000.
H. V. Kaltenborn Scholarship in Radio-Television
will provide a $1,600 graduate scholarship at the Un-
iversity of Wisconsin for the 1978-79 school yr.
Chicago college career conference on April 21-22 at
the Holiday Inn - Ohare Kennedy. Students are in-
vited to attend at no cost.
Additional information available at Career Plan-
ning and Placement.
3200SAES 763-4117
Interviews:Register by phone or in person.
Please note correction - Oak Park Recreation
WILL INTERVIEW here on Mon. Apr. 3 from 3 to 5.
Openings are for counselors for day camp,
playground and tots.
Camp Tamarack, Det. Fresh Air Society. Will in-
terview Tues., April 4 from 9 to 5. Openings for coun-
selors, specialists, nurse, long trip bus driver, kit-
chen staff.
Camp Sequoia, New York Coed. Will interview
Weds., Apr. 5 from 9 to 5. Openings include drama,
crafts, head supervisor, riding (Eng), photo, ham
radio, tennis, gymnastics.
Herman Miller, Zeeland, Mi. (near Holland)
Opening for marketing analysts (master's degree).
Research on furniture sales and research program
on characteristics of past clients. Details available.
Upjohn Company, Kalamazoo Mi. Opening for
medical students in their second or third year of
study. Details available.
Midland Macromolecular Institute, Midland, Mi.
Summer fellowship in biomedical research. Must
have at least two years of chemistry (including
organic) and biology. Further details available.
Deadline April30.

A Prigim study revealed that Ann Arbor leases have an
average of 6.6 illegal clauses per lease. The highest of
any city in Michigan.


Your Josten's College Specialist will be here:,
Every Friday Through April
MAIN LOBBY-11:00-4:00

Esmail trial
TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) - The trial of
Sami Esmail, an American engineering
student accused of belonging to a
Palestinian gurrellia organization, was
adjourned this week until April 10. The
court will rule then on the admissability
of Esmail's confession as evidence.
Defense attorney Felicia Langer has
asked the court to throw out the con-
fession, claiming it-was obtainedunder
duress. She argued today that the
prosecution has made no attempt to
convince the court that no inducement
was involved.
AFTER THE three-judge panel rules
on the admissability of the confession,
it will take up the charge that the 23-
year-old engineering student at
Michigan State University trained in
Libya to be a guerrilla for the Popular
Front for the Liberation of Palestine.
The defendant, born in Brooklyn of
Palestinian parents, returned with his
family to live on the West Bank of the
Jordan River in 1960. He went back to
the United States in 1972 to go to school.
He was arrested Dec. 21 when he
arrived in Israel to visit his dying fath-
In 1976, approximately 134 million
licensed drivers in the United States
put nearly 1.4 trillion miles on their
odometers going to work, running
errands, making visits, taking
vacations and providing services.

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Friday, March 31, 1978
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A lecture with Musical Illustfrations
music teacher at Waldorf Schools
& schools for exceptiqnal children
Saturday, April 1, 1978-8:00 PM
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