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Sunday, March 27, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY DIGEST MARCH 27, 1977

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International
Vance centers
talks on arms
MOSCOW - Secretary of
State Cyrus Vance yesterday
said that his talks with Kremlin
leaders would center on de-
veloping a negotiating frame-
work for a new strategic arms
accord.
Mr. Vance told reporters at
Moscow's Vnukovo Airport, that
he would enter into "substantive
discussions" for negotiations for
a framework for a SALT II
agreement.
"I am conscious of the great
importance the relationship of
the United States and the So-
viet Union to the peace and se-

{urity of the world," he said.
"I hope my visit makes clear
that detente remains in our mu-
tual interest and we shall take
steps to further it," he added.
The Soviet press has already
indicated that at least one of
the two proposals Mr. Vance is
expected to make on strategic
arms limitations - that the low-
elying U. S. Cruise missiles be
left out of the talks at this
stage - was unacceptable to
Moscow.
National
Senate to 'vote
on ethics code.
WASHINGTON - Senate
Democrats and Republican lead-
ers, already behind schedule in
creating their proposed new
ethics code, will put to a vote
next Friday a code that no-
body contends is ideal and

amendments, 28 remain to be
dealt with and most are cer-
tain of being rejected. Only one
minor substantive change was
allowed in six days of floor de-
bate so far.
Senate Majority Leader Rob-
ert 0. Byrd, .D-W.Va., said the
remaining amendments would
be debated this week, however,
with the final vote set for Fri-'
day morning.
The code would expand the
amount of personal financial
information a senator would be
required to disclose. It also
would ban expensive gifts from
lobbyists and travel by lame-
duck legislators, restrict the
use of the free-mail privilege,
limit the political fund-raising
activities of staff aides and
prohibit employment discrimi-
nation.
Energy-saving
WASHINGTON - President
Carter's top energy adviser said
yesterday that the Carter ad-
ministration is considering a
series of energy-saving mea-
sures, including a stiff tax on
cars with low gasoline mileage.

James R. Schlesinger also
said the recommendations in-
clude energy - efficiency stand-
ards for household appliances
and rules to make powerplants
burn coal instead of natural gas
or oil.
Speaking at a conference of
the National Wildlife Federa-
tion, Schlesinger said that ener-
gy conservation and fuel-switch-
ing will be the major ingredi-
ents of Carter's forthcoming
energy policy, due April 20.
-And he added that manda-
tory measures . . . will be re-
quired."
Schlesinger said conservation
will mean, among other things:
S-"A requirement for better
insulation in homes."!
-"A requirement for improv-
ed fuel efficiency in appliances,
both in the home and in indus-
try."
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CHARTERS
AIR ONLY FROM DETROIT

-And "far more fuel-efficient planned to spend the weekend
cars," a policy that he said putting the final touches on an
will hit their "eight-miles-per- application seeking $1 million ik
gallon recreation vehicles that federal funds to continue the
take you to the outback . . . as Timothy King investigation.
much as the limousines." Tobin said he planned to
submit the application Monday.
"I don't want to find out on
S{ at the spur of the moment that the
task force is dissolved for lack
of money," he said Saturday.
Timothy King "If we think there is a good
J 7 Isuspect and we don't have
ironclad evidence against him,
it's very possible we'll put this
B I R M I N G H A M - person under surveillance for
Police Chief Rollin J. (Tobin as long as necessary," he said.

I APRIL GRADS
to attend commencement
you must order a
cop and go~wn by
MARCH 30, 1977
From the U. CELLAR
769-7940
UNIVERSITY
SHOWCASE
PRODUCTION
BINGO
by EDWARD BOND
MARCH 30 thru APRIL 2
8(00 P.M.
Trueblood Theatre
(Frieze Building)

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Cyrus Vance

ANN AFIAI3CL FILM CC-CL
Tonight in the Modern Languages Building
Sunday, March 27
UP THE RIVER
(John Ford, 1930) 7:00 ONLY-MLB 4
This warm, broad comedy marked spencer Tracy's first sc;een
appearance and Humphrey Bogart's second. It concerns two con-
victs who don't really mind prison, especially since they can break
out any time they like. Their problem is breaking in in time for
the prison's big baseball game. A rare look at Ford's comedic roots.
"Violently funny with a number of clever incidents and lives."
-New York Times.

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$2.00 admission
PTP Box Office
764-0450

Sunday, March 27, 1977
DAY CALENDAR
WUOM: Options in Education:
"How We Learn by Living," 1 p.m.
Music School: wind Ensemble,
Symphony Band, Hill Aud., 3 p.m.
SUMMER PLACEMENT
3200 S.A.B. - 763-4117
Camp Cavell, Detroit YMCA 1o-
cated in Lexington, MI: Will inter-
view Monday, March 28. Call office
for appointment.
Nippersink Manor: Large summer
resort in S.E. Wisbonsin, will inter-
view Tuesday, March 29 and Wed-
nesday, March 30. Openings include
waiters/waitresses, bus boys, maids,
lifeguards, social hostess, playschool
teachers, many others. Salary plus
room and board furnished for all
positions. Call office for appoint-
ment.
Camp Tamarack, ,MI. Coed: Will
interview Monday, March 29 from
9-5. Openings include general coun-
selors, bus drivers, arts/crafts in-
structors, kitchen staff, camp secre-
tary. Call office for appointment.
Iroquis Hotel, Mackinac, MI. 48757
seeks 6 males, 6 females for kitchen
and housekeeping; $300-325 plus
room and, board, from May 10
through Labor Day. Also graduating
seniors with accounting background
for front desk and night clerk,
through October 15. Send resume to
Mry McIntyre, c/o the hotel.
Monday, March 28, 1977 .E
DAY CALENDAR
Mideast Energy Conference: Rich-
ard Grossman, coordinator, Environ-
mentalists for Full Employment,
"Jobs and Energy: Is There a Trade-
off?", Pendleton, Union, 10 a.m.
WUOM: Detective sergeant William
Canada, "The Michigan Murders,"
10 a.m.
Mideast Energy Conference: "En-I
ergy Policy: The Roads Not Taken?",

Pendleton, Union, 1:30 p.m.,
nois Institute of Technology, " eo-
metric Modeling and Factory Sched-
uling," 307 W.E., 4 p.m.
Physics/Astronomy: 0. Kane, Y-P.
Yao, and J. vandervelde, "Report
on Moriond Conference," 2038 Ran-
dall Lab.; S. Sligar, U. of Illinois,
"Molecular Mechanisms in Electron
Transport and Oxygen Reduction,"
Dennison Colloquium Rm., 4 p.m.
GENERAL NOTICE
The Center for Continuing Edu-
cation of Women will hold a Fi-
nancial Aid Information Clinic for
women considering a return to
school at a brown bag lunch on
Wednesday, March 30. Discussion
will cover when and how to apply
for grants, loans, and other forms
of financial aid, and how to find
help with individual problems and
questions.
The Financial Aid Clinic will be
held from 12 noon - 1:30 p.m. at the
Center 328 Thompson St. All per-
sons making plans to begin or con-
tinue an education are welcome.
For further information, contact
CEW at 763-1353 or 764-6555.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXVII, No. 140
Sunday, March 27, 1977
is edited and managed by students
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JUDGE PRIEST
(John Ford, 1934) 9 ONLY-MLB 4
Ford's meditation--on life and politics in a small Kentucky town
still divided, in 1890, by memories of the Civil War-features onea
of Will Rogers' best performances. Rogers' improvisations and
the contrasts of mood in the film's sleepy town make this funny
piece of Americana a stirring cinematic experience.-Henry Walt-
hall.
ADMISSION $1.25'.SINGLE FEATURE
$2.00 DOUBLE FEATURE
A NEW WAVE ROCK & ROLL ASSAULT !
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a comedy by Alan Ayckboum
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SECOND CHANCE
516 E.LIBERTY ANN ARBOR
$3.50 general admission $3 with student i.d.
Doors open at 8p.m. M.C.-Stanley,the Mad Hatter

TODAY AT 1:00-3:00-
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BGA Play by EDWARD BOND
BINGO March30-Aprl 2
SCENES Of MONEY And DEATH Wed.- Sat 8:00 p.m
Tickets at PTP Ticket Office Mendelssohn Theatre Lobby, Mon.-Fri 10-1, 2-5
For Information Call. 764-0450

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FM-103 and Dave Alan presents
TOM WAITS
FRIDAY, APRIL 15-MIDNIGHT
DOORS OPEN AT 11:30 P.M.
Reserved Seats $5.50 & $6.50 Avail. at the
Theatre Box Office, Music Mart on State St.,
Recordland at Briarwood, Bonzo Dog Records,
and All Hudsons.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 668-8480

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HOUSING DIVISION
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769-1744

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YASUJIRO OZU'S 1956
EARLY SPRING
Ozu's films are acclaimed for their slow but true (to Japanese life)
pace and development. "Although I hadn't made a white collar story
'for a long time, I wanted to show the life of a man with such' a job-'
his happiness over graduation and finally becoming a member of so-
ciety, his hopes for the future gradually dissolving, his realizing that,
even though he has worked for years, he has accomplished nothing ...,
Ozu has said of this film. Japanese.
Tues.: HEARTS AND MINDS
CINEMA GUILD TONIGHT AT' OLD ARCH. AUD.
7:00 & 9:00 Admission $1.25
CLAUDE LELOUCHI'S 1975
AND NOW MY LOVE

RESIDENT STAFF APPLICATIONS
FOR SPRING/SUMMER 1977
Available Starting March 28, 1977 in
Ms. Charlene Coady's Office, 1500 S.A.B.
POSITIONS INCLUDE: Resident Director and.Resident Advisor.
Advisory positions require Junior status or above for the Resident Ad-
visors positions. Graduate status preferred for the Resident Directors
positions. However, qualified applicants who have Junior status or
above during the period of employment may be considered for the
Resident Director positions.
QUALIFICATIONS: (1) Must be a registered U. of M. student on the
Ann Arbor Campus in good academic standing during the period of
employment. (2) Must be Junior status or above during the period of
employment. (3) Must have lived in residence halls at University level
for at least one year. (4) Must have a 2.5 grade point average at time
of application. (5) Preference is given to applicants who do not intend
to carry heavy academic schedules and who do not have rigorous
outside commitments. (6) Applicants with children will not be consider-
ed. (7) Proof of these qualifications may be required.
Current staff and other applicants who have an application
on file must come to this office to update their application
form. Staff selection and placement shall be determined in
the following order:
1. Current staff in Markley Hall.
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LAW SCHOOL?
PRE-LAW
INFORMATION NIGHT
Tuesday, March 29 at 7:30
Auditorium C, Angell Hall
A R E E R INFORMATION ON:
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