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Tuesday, March 22, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, March 22, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY DIGEST MARCH 22, 1977

TUESDAY SPECIAL 5-10 P.M.
ALL YOU CAN EAT
Bar-B-Que Beef Ribs

From Wire service Reports
International
Soviet, U.S.
relations deemed
'unthinkable'
MOSCOW - Soviet leader
Leonid Brezhnev said yesterday
that progress in relations with
the United States was "unthink-
able" as long as Washington
criticizes human rights condi-
tions in the Soviet Union.
"Washington's claims to teach
others how to live, I believe,
cannot be accepted by any sov-
ereign state," Brezhnev said in
a speech .
The ,Soviet leader outlined a
new Mideast proposal but sug-
gested progress there and else-
where could bog down because
of the controversy over dissi-
dents.
His Mideast proposal included
demilitarized zones "on both
sides of the established bord
ers," stationing United Nations
troops or observers in the zones,
and gradual withdrawal of Is-
raeli troops to 1967 boundaries-
a greater concession of occupied
land than Israel has given any
sign of approving.
Speaking five days before the
arrival of U. S. Secretary of
State Cyrus Vance, Brezhnev
suggested that American criti-
cism was stalling otherwise
"quite attainable" progress to-
ward arms controls and improv-
ed economic tie as well.
Brezhnev said he wanted
American - Soviet relations to
be "good, neighborly ones."
Leftist gains in
French elections
PARIS - French stock mar-
ket prices tumbled yesterday as
massive Socialist - Communist
gains in municipal elections
raised the prospect of more left-
ist victories in next spring's na-
tional elections.
"We've got to modify our tac-
tics," said Jacques Chirac, the
former Gaullist premier who be-
came mayor of Paris in one of
the rare successes of the ruling
parties.

Asia, a presidential spokesper- the radio operator and eight oth-
son said. er crew members.
White IHouse Press Secretary
Jody Powell said that Fukuda, The U. S. Coast Guard said 28
here on an official visit, ac- crew members were rescued
knowledged the Carter proposal and 11 remained missing as
without any expression of dis- search and rescue operations
sent. continued at the site, 120 miles
The two heads of government southeast of this Mai'ine base.
met at the White House for No bodies were found by late
about 90 minutes, and Powell afternoon, and there were no
said Carter reassured Fukuda confirmed deaths.
that American security com-
mitments to Japan are "perma- However, several of 18 injured
nent and unshakeable." - survivors who were airlifted to
It was not clear precisely a Navy hospital at this coastal
what new role the United States U. S. Marine base said an ex-
envisions for Japan, but Powell plosion and fire ripped through
said it would not include expand- tie ship about 9 a.m. Sunday,
ed Japanese defense responsi- killing several of their ship-
bilities in East Asia. mates instantly inclhdinghthe
In the past, National Security s-including the
Adviser Zbigniev Brzezinski has radio operator.
supported the concept of a per- However, the first "May Day"
manent United Nations Security
Council seat for Japan. was not sounded until a second
Japan generally has acted vessel spotted the ship early
with caution in its international yesterday.
dealings, seldom taking 'the < w st
initiative on major issues."I was asleep and then
Powell said that the idea of a Boom!' . . . and I got under a
broader political role for Japan table. Then the back of the ship
s supported by friendly coun- broke off," said Guiseppe Alot-
tries in both Europe and Asia t
but he did not name them. One b, and abrtns.
basis for the Carter proposal,;burns and abrasions.
Powell said, is Japan's econom- Alotta said welding repairs
ic strength.1

Y State
TV violence'
RC
LANSING - A resolution has
been introduced in the state
House calling on Congress to re-
strict violence on prime time
television.
"The increase of violence on
television during the early eve-
ning viewing hours symbolizes
an attitude of irresponsibility
on the part of the television
broadcasting industry, and it
certainly merits congressional
concern and action now," .said
the measure's sponsor, Rep.
Richard Fessler.
Fessler, a Union Lake Repub-
lican, said the increase in tele-
vision violence "is having now,
and will continue to have a neg-
ative effect on the young people
of the nation and society at
large."
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THIS SUMMER!
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400 undergraduate and profes-
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For a bulletin write:
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PRETZEL BELL
Restaurant
120 E. Liberty
761I-1 470

Wednesday
Baked Lasagna

761-147
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AP Photo
President Carter and Prime Minister Fukuda

The Paris stock market indexi
fell 3.2 points to 90.4, its lowest!N t' I
level of the year. A stock brok- 1
er said trading at the Paris1
Bourse, in which some issues 'Fukuda vi
fell by as much as 8 per cent,Fd
had been affected by worries J ashingtot
about the left's proposed pro-
gram for industrial nationaliza- W
tions.W HING

sits
-President
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SCarter toldvisiting Prime Mi-
We can win in 1978 but we've Cu
got to pinpoint our adversary sk
better, and start the same kind yesterday that he favors a larg-
of battle he's waging against er political role in world affairs
us," Chirac said. for Japan, particularly in East

Taniker
mis jhap~
CAMP LEJEUNE, N. C. -
Survivors of the shattered Pan-
amanian oil tanker Claude Con-
way said yesterday that a weld-
ing mishap blew the 43,000-ton
vessel apart, killing the captain,
23 lo -tae

were underway when sparks ap-
parently touched off gas fumes
deep in the tanker's belly.

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Other middle - ground politi-
cal figures said that the left's
control now of 1SS of the 221 ci-
ties of 30,000-plus population
showed that warning French-
men about collectivism, bureau-
cracy and loss of individual lib-
erties under the leftists was no
longer a viable tactic.
Both Chirac and Premier Ray-
mond Barre had hit the collec-
tivism issue hard in their cam-
paign appearances before the
two Sundays of voting.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXX VII, No. 135
Tuesday, March 22. 1977

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With several successes behind
us, the U-M Jewish Community
brings you another GRAD HAPPY
H 0 U R. Popular mixed drinks
($.50), free munchies.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME
WED., MAR. 23-4:30-6:30
1429 Hill Street

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L~HAPPENINGS
763-1107
ELLIOTT GOULD
The star of M*A*S*H, The Long Goodbye and California
Split.
Mr. Gould will discuss the role of the actor in Robert
Altman's films.
Saturday, March 26, Rackham Auditorium, 7:30 p.m.
$3.50
Tickets on sale now at UAC Ticket Central, Michigan
Union. Presented by the Robert Altman Festival,
BAD NEWS BEARS
Friday and Saturday, March 25 and 26. 7:30 and 9:30
p.m.
IMMORAL TALES
Sunday, March 27. 7, 8:30 and 10 p.m.
NATURAL SCIENCE AUDITORIUM-$1.25
presented by UAC mediatrics
MOLLY HASKELL
A me.mber of the National Society of film critics will be
speaking on Robert Altman's films from a feminist point
of view.
Tuesday, March 29 Rackham Auditorium
Admission: $1.25
presented by the Robert Altman. Festival
HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO SEE
A CHORUS LINE FOR $2.00 ? ? ?
NOW YOU CAN If!
UAC proudly presents MUSICAL MAGIC, a revue of
America's areatest musicals
Tickets now on sale at the Michigan Union Box Office
Performances April 7-9 8:00 at the Pendelton Room
Michiqan,'Union
IT'S AN EMERGENCY CONFERENCE!
A three day energy conference will be, held on March 27,
28 and 29 at the Michigan Union. A variety of exhibits,
workshops and lectures dealing with such energy related
problems as nuclear power, citizen attitudes and the
development of alternative forms of energy. At 7 p.m.,
March 28, Herman Daly, editor of the book, "Toward a
Steady Economy" will speak on "Energy, Society and the
Future" at Rackham Auditorium.
Admission to all events is free
For further information call 763-1107
presented by Future Worlds
DORIS CHASE
will be giving a lecture and video presentation on light
video, sculpture and dance
Thursday, March 24 8 p.m.
Pendleton Arts Center in the Michigan Union
Admission is free
presented by UAC Future Worlds and the Festival of
Women in the Arts
UAC TRAVEL..*.
is now providinq information on European flights from
several U.S. destinations. Eurail Passes are also on sale,
and information is available for obtaining passports,
international student ID's, and youth hostel cards.
UAC MUSKET
Presents
THE MUSIC MAN
America's Marching Musical
MARCH 31-APRIL 3, 1977-POWER CENTER
Tickets on Sale Now! Group Rates Available
UAC PRINT SHOP
Makes bus sians, posters and does mimeo work cheap?
Call 763-1107 for more information,
TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT TICKET CENTRAL
-Music Man $3.50, $4.00, $4.50
-Elliott Gould $3.50
-Musical Maqic $2.00
additional tickets can be sold at our Michigan Union Box
office for a 5 % service charge

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STEVE'S LUNCH
1313 50. UNIVERSITY
HOME COOKING IS OUR SPECIALTY

Tuesday, March 22, 1977
DAY CALENDAR
Ind./Oper. Eng.: Larry Kerschberg,
Dept. Info Systems Mgn,, U. of
Maryland, "Information Modeling
Versus Iyata Modeling," 219 W. E.,
10 a.m.
WUOM: Debate, Kenneth Curtis,
chairman Democratic National Com-
mittee and William Brock, chairman
Republican National Committee, 10
a.m.
CEW: Jeanne Halpern, "Image
Making in Biography: How Form
and Style Affect the Way We See
A Life," brown-bag lunch, 328
Thompson, noon.
Hopwood Room: Pfrns V. O'Oaua-
nor, art historian & poet, reading
from his own work, 1000 Angell
Hall, 3 p.m.
Thomas M. Cooley Lectures, "Ju-
dicial Review and the National Po-
litical Process," Jesse H. Choper,
Lecture II - "The Scope of Nation-
al Power Vis-a-Vis the States: The
Dispensability of Judicial Review,"
100 Hutchins Hall, 3:15 p.m.
Ctr. Human Growth/Development:;
Herant Katchadourian, Stanford U.,
"Human Sexuality," "The Genitalia:
Structure, Function, Pride and Prej-
udice," Aud. 4, MLB, 4-5:30 p.m.
Music School: Honors Assembly,
Marvin Eisenberg, "The Place of
Historical Literacy in Artistic Inter-
pretation," SM Recital Hall; "a-
Maizin' Blues," Power Ctr., 8 p.m.
Musical Society: Frans Brueggen,
flute, recorder, Alan Cutis, harpsi-
chord, Rackham Aud., 8:30 p.m.
SUMMER PLACEMENTI
3200 S.A.B.-- 763-4117
Camp Sequoia. MI. Coed. Will in-
terview Tuesday, March 22. Positions1

include Western riding instructor,
arts and crafts, archery and riflery,
nature. Call for appointment.
Northrup King, Minneapolis, MN.
Seed company, will interview Tues-
day, March 22 and Wednesday, March!
23. Must have drivers licence and be
able to travel anywhere. Excellent1
opportunity for business experience.
Excellent salary.!
Good Humour will interview
Thursday, March 24 and Friday,
March 25 from 9-5 p.m. Big oppor-;
tunity with big money. Work in
own area; i.e., Cleveland, etc. Spendj
a summer outdoors.

WELCOME
ORGAN ISTS!
You are invited to partici-
pate in a local orqan contest
to be held in April.
This is an exciting opportu-
nity for organists of all ages!
FOR MORE INFPRMATION
CALL 663-3381
FROM 9:30-5:30
KINGS KEYBOARD HOUSE

Breakfast All Day
3 Eggs, Hash Browns,
Toast & Jelly-$1.45
Home or Bacon or Sausage
with 3 Eqqs, Hash Browns,
Toast & Jelly-$2.05

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MICHIGAN ADVERTISING WORKS is workinq for cheap
and effective advertisinq on the U of M campus. We are
now adding to our services a POSTER-PLASTERING ROUTE
to begin on Monday 21 March 77.
The fifteen following MAJOR ADVERTISING SPOTS
will be covered for any group using this FREE service:
TEN Kiosks FISHBOWL UGLI UNION
NORTH and CENTRAL Campus BUS STOPS
MAW will also regulate all Kiosks, to decrease clutter and
increase poster visibility, allowing no more than:

TONIGHT AT 7 & 9
OPEN 6:45

3 Eqqs; Ribe Eye Steak,
Hash Browns, Toast &
Jelly-$2.45{
We make Three Eqq Omlets l
-Western Omlet
-Bean Sorout Omlet I
4 s
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EVERYDAY SPECIALS
Beef Stronqa'off
Chinese PepperSteak
Eaq Rolls
Home-made Soups. Beef,
Barley, Clam Chowder, etc.
Home-made Chili
Vegetable Tempuro
(served after 2 D.m,)
Homburqer Steak Dinner-
Spaighetti in Wine Sauce
Beef Curry Rice
Baked Flounder Dinner
Delicious Korean Bar-b-a Beef
(Bul-ko-gee) on Kaiser Roll
Fried Fresh Bean Sprouts
Kim -Chee
Monday-Friday 8-7
Saturday 9-7
Sunday 10-7
769-2288
1313 So. University

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4 (FOUR) 81/" xi 1" posters
3 (THREE) 81/2" x 14" posters
2 (TWO1 81/2" x 22" posters
a- 1 (ONE) 17" x 22" poster
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON EITHER
THE ROUTE OR REGULATION'S,
CALL MAW at-764-0436
or STOP IN at 3414 MICHIGAN UNION

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