The Michigan Daily -Sunday, November 6, 1977-Page 3
Defense officials doubt U.S.
and USSR iill ratify SALT
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Trash can troubador
For those of you who never made it across the Diag this week, a color-
ful new figure has emerged on the trash can speaking circuit. Competing
for attention with the perennial proselytizer, Dr. Diag, this young woman,
identity and origin unknown, regales passersby with a repertoire of
original song and dance routines. Who knows what might happen if other
personalities join the Diag circuit - more words of wisdom might be of-
fered outside Angell Hall than inside.
Minority career conference
Attention all minority students! The Career Planning and Placement
Office is presenting its fourth annual Graduate School and Career Con-
ference for Minority Students on Monday and Tuesday. For your perusal,
nearly 200 representatives from graduate schools, industry, research
laboratories, business firms and governmental agencies will set up in-
for'mation tables 'in the Union ballroom beginning at 10:00 tomorrow
morning. Bring your resumes along, too, since the potential employers
will be scheduling interviews for Tuesday.
... start happening at noon when registration and the opening re-
ception for the "Symposium on Trends in Contemporary Israeli Litera-
ture" takes place on the Michigan League's second floor ... Alleluia, at
3:00 in the First Presbyterian Church of Ann Arbor, threre's a free choral
concert of classic sacred music ... at 4:00, turn your ears to a Women's.
Poetry Reading at the Guild House, 802 Monroe, when Carolyn Gregory,
Amy Ronner, Lucinda Ellison and Margareth Miller recite ... the dulzian,
ancestor of the modern bassoon, is the subject of Prof. Hugh Cooper's
free lecture/recital at 8:00 in the Stearns Building's Cady Room on North
Campus ... at the same time, the Lesbian's Advocate's Office office offers
some music and poetry at Canterbury House, Catherine and Division ...
over at St., Mary's Student Chapel, Thompson and William, those at a
"Hunger Seminar: Plans for Justice" will discuss what changes are
needed to feed the world's hungry at 8:00 ... how about a "Psychiatrist's
Thoughts on How to Tell if Your Feelings arp 'Nornal' "at 8:00 when
psychiatrist Richard Tempelton answers your questions in the First
Methodist Church's Green Room, State and Huron ... and winding things
up at 8:00 for the Israeli Literature Symposium will be a recital by Israeli
poet Yehuda Amichai at Hillel, 1429 Hill ... on MONDAY, happenings
pick up where they left off with the Israeli Literature Symposium's
second day of events starting at 9:00 in the Michigan League's Vanden-
berg Room ... if you're interested in "Regional Surveying in arch-
aeology" you'll want'to attend the research seminar directed by Dr.
Christopher Peebles in Room 2009 Museum of Anthropology at noon ...
events slack off all afternoon and start sizzling again at 7:00 when Com-
munity Switchboard features a talk by Mike Price on the VA nurses trial
in MLB lecture room 2 ... the Center for Social Change, 511 W. Forest in
Ypsilanti, presents psychologist John Ramirez speaking at 7:30 on
"Prisons: What Actually Goes on There" ... at the same time, the Gay
Community Center is holding an organizational meeting at 612S. Forest,
Suite B ... if you want to know about "The Law of Christian Science
Healing" Michael Thornelow's free lecture, sponsored by the Christian
Science Organization, will be held in the Union's Kuenzel Room at 8:00....
the Women's Research Club will listen to Dr. N. Meyers speak on "Sickle
Cell Anemia, Everyone's Problem" in Rackham's West Conference
Room at 8:00 ... and that's the way it will be.
On the outside .. .
Rain, rain, go away, come again some other day. Fat chance, yolks.
The sky is pregnant with precipitation. Our weatherpeople tell us inter-
mittent sprinkles are likely for today and tomorrow. While you're getting
wet, the high will hit 62* and the low will touch 480. On Monday, you can
expect the same, too.
WASHINGTON (AP)-Defense of-
ficials said y.esterday they would be
surprised to see U.S. and Soviet
negotiators reach agreement this year
on a new Strategic Arms Limitation
Treaty, despite President Carter's op-
The officials also are reserving
judgment on whether the two couhtries
have made balancing concessions in
seeking a new treaty, adding that they
are awaiting the outcome of further
negotiations on many unsettled and net-
tlesome details before reaching that
In telling reporters their doubts that a
new SALT treaty can be signed this
year, the officials took what appeared
to be another step backward from the
optimistic forecasts by Carter about a
Carter predicted on Oct. 2 that
"within a few weeks we will have a
SALT agreement that will be the pride
of the country."
But by Oct. 27 he had modified his
position to "guess that we have a fairly
good prospect within the next few
weeks of a description of the general
terms for a settlement." But the
president said nailing down details
"would take long and tedious
Defense officials indicated they are
un certain whether the final agreement
will assure means of verification that
are good enough to prevent any un-
detected cheating that might upset the
WHILE they said the Russians have
agreed to some limitations on the new
Soviet Backfire bomber, the U.S. of-
ficials made it clear that the fine print
is not yet set. Therefore, they said, they
are not ready to say whether these
limitations are good or not good
Defense officials are hopeful-but
obviously far from certain-that the
Russians will agree to measures that
would effectively curtail development
of new types of intercontinental
ballistic missiles and submarine-
launched missiles. The Carter ad-
ministration has said in the past it con-
siders it vital to cap the qualitative, as
well as the quanitative, arms race.
Despite uncertainties, defense of-
ficials insist that the proposed eight-
year U.S.-Soviet treaty now taking
shape would make it possible for the
United States to retain strategic parity
with the Soviets.
They disputed the contention of Paul
Nitze, a former SALT negotiator, that
the United States would be locked into
"inherent inferiority" under terms ten-
tatively worked out.
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Sunday, November 6, 1977
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