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LiW SEE NEWS PPJCE M L A
Looking ahead
The Division of Minority Affairs of the Career Planning and Place-
ment Office, being the foresighted bunch they are, have seen fit to
schedule a Graduate School and Career Conference for minority
students for November 7 and 8. Over 200 graduate schools, industrial
and business firms, research laboratories, public schools and gov-
ernmental agencies will be there to talk informally about their pro-
grams and to interview any and all who are interested. Henry John-
son, vice-president for Student Services and Prez Fleming himself will
also be on hand to dispense some nuggets of wisdom. Sounds like a
good deal, eh? Call the Career Planning and Placement Office for
details.
Happenings.. .
start off at the ungodly hour of 7 as the Wesley Foundation spon-
sors an Undergrad Breakfast ... then from 9 to noon on the Diag,
members of the May 4th Coalition will distribute armbands to all those
who wish to show their solidarity with those opposing the Kent State
gym ... then at noon, you can escape the chilly outdoors at a bag lunch
at the International Center where Carolyn O'Neill will discuss school
year abroad programs ... the Women's Commission will meet at noon
in Room 2549 of the LSA Building, a free film will also be shown ...
break until 4 when you can mingle and slurp coffee at the Wesley
Lounge ... also at 4, students interested in attending Hebrew Univer-
sity can meet with a representative at Hillel ... then at 7:30, the Wesley
Foundation will hold a graduate fellowship meeting at the First United
Methodist Church at the corner of State and Huron streets ... the
Baha'i Student Association meets at 7:30, the Washington Intern
Program Mass Meeting will be held at MLB Auditorium 3 for all
interested ... Prof. Ev Yatal Friesel will speak on "The Holocaust and
the Jewish State" at 8 at Hillel ... then at Canterbury House, on the
corner of Catherine and Division Sts., the Jung discussion group will
meet at 8 ... also at 8, Dr. John Ostrom of Yale will speak on "Dino-
saurian Physiology and the Origin of Birds" at Rackham Amphi-
theatre ... the Ann Arbor Civic Theatre will present Jean Anouilh's
.play "Waltz of the Toreadors" at Mendelssohn at 8 ... and finally, you
might want to wander over to the Halfway Inn in East Quad anytime
tonight and listen to the Washtenaw County Community College Jazz
Band ...that's all, folks. -
Ride on, Ronnie
With the pros and cons lining up for the battle royale over the
Panama Canal ti-eaty, Rep.'John Burton, D-Calif., recently paused for '
a little levity at the expense of chief treaty reviler Ronald Reagan.
Tongue firmly in cheek, Burton offered to introduce a motion calling
for the creation of a new volunteer force, "Reagan's Rough Riders,"
to defend the canal., Burton also asked that Reagan be commis-
sioned "a full bird colonel" and provided with a white horse to lead the
troops. Countered Reagan to Burton: "I thought you'd like to know
that the cavalry never uses white horses. They make too good a target
- or was that what you had in mind." Burton noted the point, saying
he'd "never want to see a horse exposed to danger," and said he would
consider an amendment to provide a palomino or strawberry roan.,
on the outside
From the looks of today's forecast, one might be inclined to pre-
dict not only a white Christmas but a white Halloween as well. Yes
gang, blink your eyes as you may, the occasional snowflakes that may
float around today will not go away. Our weather folk say there is a
fairly good chance of snow showers today with high of 470 and a low
of 350, though it may feel even colder with the brisk winds that are ex-
pected.,Grit your teeth>and try ta bear it until later this week when
we're supposed to break back into the tropical '60s.

FRANKFURT, West Germany
(AP)-Two uniformed airline em-
ployes brandishing pistols hijacked a
Czechoslovakian airliner on a domestic
flight yesterday, and surrendered a few
hours later in Frankfurt.
Police said the pair, a man and a
woman dressed in blue Czechoslovak
Airlines uniforms, asked for political
asylum. Police Chief Knuy Mueller said
they would be held on charges of "en-
dangering airline transportation."
It was the sixth time since 1970 that
Czechoslovakians have defected to
West Germany by diverting commer-
cial airliners from the Communist-
ru edcountry.
MUELLER SAID the Soviet-built
YAK 40, which carried 24 other
passengers and three crewmen, would
be returned to Czechoslovakia late

Czech jet
yesterday.
After landing in Frankfurt, the
hijackers, identified only as Vlastislav
T., 29, and Ruzena V., 22, refused to
allow anyone to leave and dmanded the
plane be refueled for a flight to Munich,
180 miles to the southeast.
Police said they dropped the demand,
and surrendered after officials convin-
ced them the special fuel was not im-
mediatly available.
The plane landed and parked in a
secluded strip of tarmacwith its cabin
doors closed.
A special police commando team took
up positions nearby and after about 40
minutes without communication, an
airport official began negotiations with
the hijackers through the open window
of the cockpit, Mueller said.

The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, October 12, 1977-Page 3
the,nnrbor ftln cooperative
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 121
TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE
(JOHN HOUSTON, 1948) 7 ONLY-AUD. A
HUMPHREY BOGART, WALTER HOUSTON (Academy Award winner) and TIM
HOLT all give stunning and dynamic performances in this tale of the power of
gold. In this vivid reflection of post-war America, Houston focuses on the
tensions that run high among the partners who struck it rich and achieves a
reverential grace and beauty that pushes the film high into the ranks of
American cinema. Filmed on location, the hot, dusty, and apprehensive
setting is starkly real. "One of the strongest of all American movies."
-Pauline Kael.
MOBY DICK
(JOHN HOUSTON, 1956) 9:15 ONLY-AUD. A
The haunting story of obsession becoming.mystical reality, Herman Melville's
famous novel is translated into a great film with GREGORY PECK as the
tyrannical Captain Ahab, whose lust for vengence against the mysterious
white whale catastrophically draws his ship to the furthest corners of the
world. "A brilliant film both for Melville enthusiasts and for those who have
tried to read the book and lost their way. Ray Bradbury's script holds the
hypnotic quality of Melville's Biblical-Shakespearean prose."-Time. ORSON
WELLES, RICHARD BASEHART, HARRY ANDREWS, LEO GENN.
ADMISSION $1.00-DOUBLE FEA TURE $2.50
The AAFC Is accepting new members.
Stop by one of our showings for an application.
Daily Classifieds Bring Results

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OCTOBER 12,

1977

Day Calendar:
WUOM: National Town Meeting, Rep. Caldwell
M. Butler, R-Va., Del. Walter E. Fauntroy D-DC.,
"Our Federal City",10:30a.m.
Statistics: Prof. James Wendel, "Two First
Passage Problems," 451 Mason Hall, 4p.m.
Physics: B. Wing, U-Arizona, "The Hydrogen
Molecular Ion", 296 Dennison, 4p.m.
Musical Society: Beaux Arts Trio, Rackham Aud.,
8:30 p.m.
CAREER PLANNING AND PLACEMENT
3200 S.A.B.
764-7460
INTERVIEWING ON CAMPUS:
Oct. 17: U.S. Public Health Service.
Oct. 18: American Natural Resources, Vestal
Laboratories, Aetna Insurance (Group).
Oct. 19: The Wharton Sch. Bus., Detroit Diesel
Allison.
Oct. 20: The Proctor & Gamble Co., Northwestern
U. Grad School of Mngt., Michael Reese Hospital.
Oct.21: Law Day.
Advertising Women of New York, Inc. and Pace
University in New Yorkis sponsoring a Career Con-
feence Sat., Oct. 22 on Finding a Jon in Com-
munications.
Madamoiselle Magazine has announced the annual
College Board, Guest Editor Competition--deadline,
Nov. 1.
Visiting Scholarship, Visiting Fellowship & Junior
Fellowship-coffered by Dumbarton Oaks, Trustees
THE MICHIGAN DAILY,
Volume LXXXVIII, No. 30
Wednesday, October 12, 1977
is edited and managed by students at the University
of Michigan. News phone 764-0562. Second class
postage is paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109.
Published daily Tuesday through Sunday morning
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for Harvard University to promote reseach in history
of landscape architecture.
Acorn, has openings for community organizations
in ten states. Candidates interested in social change
apply to: Carolyn Carr, ACORN, 523 W. 15th St., Lit-
tle Rock, Arkansas 72202.
The Newspaper Fund, P.O. Box 300, Princeton,
N.J. 08540: Offers 60 summer newspaper internships
in editing and reporting. Request application forms
available at Career Planning and Placement,
deadline Nov. 1.
ForComplete information on the above oppor-
tunities come to 3200 S.A.B. and read the original
descriptions.
SUMMER PLACEMENT
Newsday, New York. Summer journalism
program runs for ten weeks. Openings for students
completing junior year. Deadline for applications
Dec. 15.
Central Intelligence Agrncy, Washington D.C.:
Summer intern program for graduate students.
Deadline for receiving applications January 1.

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LADY FROM
SHANGHAI
The build-up of tensions among
four people aboard a yacht
sailing for San Francisco has
been touted as ore of Welles'
finest triumphs, Starring
WELLES and RITA HAYWORTH.
Classic camera work.
THIEVES LIKE US
Cinema Guild
TONIGHT at 7:00 & 9:05
OLD ARCH. AUD.
$1.50

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