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The Michigan Daily-Friday, September 30, 1977-Page 3
Chinese welcome,

FYCUSEE in HPDCALLED$JY
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Shirtmongers
Only in America can you wear your culture on your shirt. And only
in Ann Arbor can you purchase T-shirts with the likenesses of such
literary giants as Mark Twain, Virginia Woolf, Ernest Hemingway,
and F. Scott Fitzgerald on the steps on the Michigan Union. Barney
Pace, an unemployed English graduate who has been hawking his
wares for several days, says the idea originated from a conversation
in a local restaurant. "These other two people, both of deranged mind,
suggested that we should manufacture inflatable literary sex dolls,"
Pace said." 'Wonderful,' I said, 'but not eminently practical'." Thus
the T-shirts - Mark Twain sells the best. Pace's shirts will be on sale
at Bass Shoes today, but he has his sights set on larger ventures. "Do
you know of any art fairs within, say, 100 miles?" he asked yesterday.
Not, quite Army-Navy
Call up your brother stationed in Taiwan and tell him to have his
radio on tomorrow as Michigan sits on the Aggies of Texas A&M.
WUOM will install a special line to feed Armed Forces Radio, which
has selected the game to broadcast to U.S. servicemen overseas. Ac-
cording to Ray Clatt of WUOM, the service network includes stations
which serve 90 per cent of the armed forces installations around the
world. "They usually do one or another of the games every year," he
said. "For instance, last year they broadcast the Michigan vs. Univer-
sity of North Carolina-Charlotte game," Anyone who remembers the
outcome of that basketball contest can only hope that the Aggies fare
worse in the glare of international publicity.
"S
.Happenings.. .
if you've got a hot date tonight at 8 but still want to be involved
i an authentic Happening, you'd damn well better go apple picking
with the International Center folks at 4 p.m., since all our other events
begin promptly at 8. The expedition will leave at 4 from the Center, 603
E. Madison, and you are encouraged to bring a car if you have one ...
first on the roster at 8 p.m. is a forum on "Current Civil Liberties in
Washtenaw County," held at the home of Marilyn and Don Koster, 5761
Geddes ... and it's a good night for space buffs as the 1960 and 1977 ver-
sions of the short film "Universe" along with Space Shuttle slides
brought back from the recent California tests will be shown in
Auditorium 3 of 'MLB, also at 8 ... lots of folk will;be dancing in
the Michigan League between 8 and 12 as the University Folk Dance
Club holds its weekly hoof fest ... but if you'd rather shout than twist,
be at Trigon fraternity to hear Wolverine defensive coach Dennis
Brown lead a pep rally for tomorrow's football game with Texas A&M.
The festivities begin at, you guessed it, 8 p.m.
On the outside
It's certainly good to have our weather forecasters back after a sum-
mer's absence (nothing worse than making up the weather outlook),
but we're almost tempted to send them away on days like this. It'll be
overcast, cool and moist today with intermittent showers and a high of
only 66. Tomorrow will be just as miserable with one exception - the
rain won't be intermittent. It will be, our weatherperson says, "ap-
preciable.

Cambodiai
TOKYO (AP) - China's ardent, and
sometimes frustrated, wooing of little
Cambodia, begun seven years ago by
that most urbane of suitors, the late
Premier Chou En-lai, appears finally to
have paid off.
The arrival Wednesday in Peking of a
high-powered Cambodian government-
Communist party delegation, headed
by new Premier Pol Pot, has taken on
more the trappings of a love feast than
of a state visit.
WHEN THE CHINESE want to show
their friendship for a valued friend,
they turn out hundreds of schoolchil-
dren and dance and music groups to
welcome him at the airport. Wednes-
day's reception went far beyond that,
judging from Chinese and other news
reports reaching here from Peking.
Not only did most of the leadership,
led by Chairman Hua Kuo-feng, show
up to meet the delegation, but this was
followed by a massive, noisy turnout of
100,000 in the capital's Tien An Men
Square.
At a state banquet, both Pol Pot and
Hua exceeded themselves in Old World

ni delegates
politeness andJ praise. The Cambodian
insisted on addressing Hua and all four
of the Chinese party vice chairmen as
"respected and beloved," an exuber-
ance seldom matched by other visitors.
BUT WHAT SEEMED to confirm
that China's long-term policy has suc-
ceeded was Pol Pot's declaration that
his country had, for the past two years,
imitated China - the sincerest compli-
ment of all.
More exactly, he said, "in the con-
crete revolutionary struggle of our
country, we have creatively and suc-
cessfully applied Mao Ts.e-tung
thought, from the time we had only em-
pty hands down to April 17, 1975" - the
day the Cambodian Communists, who
now call their country Democratic
Kampuchea, defeated the U.S.-backed
regime in Phnom Penh.
Pol Pot left little doubt at the dinner
about the new Kampuchea govern-
ment's feelings toward Moscow. Echo-
ing the Chinese line, he castigated the
Soviet "expansionists," along with im-
perialists and reactionaries, for trying
to "arrest the impetus of the people's
struggle."

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Publilc en.j
MIAMI (AP) - Attorney Ellis Rubin
is getting unexpected help in his de-
fense of Ronny Zamora, the teen-ager
he says was driven to kill by television
violence. Suggestions are pouring in
from the public and other lawyers who
watch televised portions of the trial
each night.
"Tell him to get rid of juror No., 4," a
woman telephoned Rubin's law office
earlier this week after watching jury
selection on Miami's public service TV
channel. "I have a feeling about her,"
she said.
THE ZAMORA CASE is the first
major test of a one-year camera-in-the-
courtroom experiment ordered by the
Florida Supreme Court. Ironically,
television also plays a part in Zamora's
defense.
Zamora, 15, and Darrell Agrella, 14,
are charged with the murder of Za-
mora's neighbor, Elinor Haggart, 83.
Rubin says his client was insane be-
cause of "involuntary television intoxi-
cation."
Still cameras and one television
camera have been recording each day's

oystrial
proceedings. Highlights of the dramatic
trial are being broadcast here in com-
petition with the regular nightly net-
work fare, including the police shows
cited by Rubin in his defense.
RUBIN, A FLAMBOYANT lawyer
who once ran 75 miles to dramatize his
fight against the television blackouts of
local pro football games, says he's
delighted with the interest in the case.
"This is the first time a murder trial
has been shown on TV and I believe the
public is really into the case," he says.
"I think it's one of the most educa-
tionally valuable things that has been
done with the courts."
"There are two ways to look at it," he
said. "Those against it argue it's an in-
vation of the defendant and jury's pri-
vacy, but I consider it part of the right
to a fret and open trial."
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CONCERT
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30
8:00 P.M.
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Admission Complimenta.

President
WOOS G- OP.
WASHINGTON-President Carter,
who has been less than successful in
convincing 'the ,'overwhelming
pemocratic majority in Congress to toe
his line, courted Republicans yester-
day. He told them they have been "very
helpful to me on crucial issues."
aOne day after Republican leaders
escalated their' attacks on the ad-
ministration, the President invited
GOP House members tothe White
"louse and told them they have worked'
more closely with him on defense and
Internationalvaffairs than the
Democrats have.
WITH REPORTERS and
photographers present, he told the
group: "I don't ever want you to feel
feticent about, coming to me with per-
sonal problems or ones that affect a
single constituent."
"It's obvious your constituents are
also mine."
His comments were not likely to en-
dear him to House Speaker Thomas
O'Neill, D-Mass., Senate Democratic
Leader Robert Byrd of West Virginia,
or other Capitol Hill Democrats.
The meeting followed criticism of
Carter on Wednesday by Republicans
meeting in New Orleans. GOP leaders
laid the President's handling of the
Bert Lance case may have given them
a major issue for next year's
congressional elections.

DailY Official
Bulletin
FridaySeptember 30, 1977
DAY CALENDAR
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