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Tuesday] March 29, 1977

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French
factionalism
PARIS - French Prime Min-
ister Raymond Barre resigned
with his government last night
but President Valery Giscard
d'Estaing immediately reinstat-
ed him to head a new cabinet.
Shortly after the resignation
announcement, the president
said he had asked Barre to
form a new streamlined 15-
member cabinet to lead the gov-
ernment coalition into France's
general election next year.
Giscard indicated several top
ministers in the outgoing gov-.
ernment would lose their jobs.
The new cabinet would be
"freed from party politics," he
stated.
Friction between the coalition
parties -Gaullists, Independent
Republicans and Centrists-has
rent the ruling majority for
some time.
The president blamed this
animosity in part for the rout
of the government by the So-
cialist-Communist opposition in
nationwide municipal elections
this month.
He complained that not only
the government majority but
France itself is deeply divided.
National

day there is overwhelming sci-
entific evidence that the syn-
thetic estrogenrcaused cancer killer
in the daughters.
The attorney, Lawrence Char- BIRMINGHAM - A
foos, charged that major drug trist advising police in
companies - including Eli ing a series of child
Lilly, Upjohn and Squibb - slayings in Detroit'sr
were jointly responsible for the suburbs said today he m,
damage DES has caused. The been contacted by the k
drug was manufactured and.
sold under its chemical or ge- Dr. Bruce Danto said
neric name by many companies lieves the killer may ha
and never marketed under a among the hundreds of
brand name. who responded to an o
"The issue of DES is so ter published Sunday by
scandalous, so wrong, so fright- troit News in which he
ening," Charfoos said. with the killer to give
DES was prescribed to a mil- Danto's open letter
lion pregnant women prone to with the killer to seek h
miscarriage between 1947 and "become a hero by wa
1964. ing the only person w

psychia-
vestigat-
kidnap-
northern
nay have
killer.
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open let-
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up.
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who can

EVER YONE'S REA DING
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS
ARE YOU?
I TEVE'S, LUNCH,
1313 SO. UNIVERSITY
HOME COOKING IS OUR SPECIALTY

AP Photo
Secretary of State Cyrus Vance and Soviet Communist Party chief Leonid Brezhnev began
a quest for a new nuclear arms agreement yesterday with the usual exchange of smiles,
handshdkes and pleasantries. SALT-I, the five-year treaty limiting nuclear buildup, ex-
pires in October. If it isn't replaced or extended, there will be no restraint on the sup-
erpowers' arms race. Brezhnev opened the talks with a warning that the US must follow
"principles of noninterference in the internal affairs" of the USSR. Vance said that he
wants to set the human rights issue in the Soviet Union aside and concentrate on the arms
talks.

stop you.
During World War I anti-Ger-
man feeling was so intense that When Lassen Peak in Califor-
hamburger was called liberty i nia erupted in 1915, the resulting
steak; sauerkraut, liberty cab- mudflow shoved 20-ton boulders
bage, and a dachsund was a lib- five miles down the nearby val-
erty pup. ~leys.
PETER DAVIS' 1975
HEARTS -AND MINDS
--SORRY, THE MOVIE HAS BEEN CANCELLED--
A shattering experience, HEARTS AND
MI NDS has been acclaimed as the defi-
nitive retrospective documentary on
U.S. involvement in Vietnam. Filmmak-
er Davis has assembled a seering por-
trait of all elements of the war.
TONIGHT XT FREE AT
CINEMA GILD 7:00 & 9:05 OLD ARCH. AUD.

Breakfast All Day
3 Eqqs, Hash Browns,
Toast & Jetlly-$ 1.45
Home or Bacon or Sausage
with 3 Eqgs, Hash Browns,
Toast & Jelly-$2.05
3 Eqqs, Ribe Eye Steak,
Hash Browns, Toast &
Jelly-$2.45
We make Three Eag Omlets
-Western Omlet
--Bean Sprout Omlet

EVERYDAY SPECIALS
Beef Stroganoff
Chinese Pepper Steak
East Rolls
Home-made Soups, Beef,
Barley. Clam Chowder, etc.
Home-made Chili
Veoetable Tempuro
(served after 2 p.m.)
Hamburger Steak Dinner-
Spaghetti 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

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tion would be "played at cock- York attorney David Kendall
tail parties and in satiric pro- told the justices that death is
ductions, and . . . be exploited an "excessive and dispropor-
in any other fashion." tionate punishment" for rape or
Nixon's attorneys also argued any crime in which the life of
that release of the tapes could the victim is not taken.
prove harmful to Mitchell, Hal-i
dmae hand Ehrlichman, who He claimed that the history
are appealing their Watergate of the death penalty for rape is
aconvactions. one of "notorious racial discri-
c mination" aimed at protecting
n ^l-_white women from black men.

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DES
carcinogenic
DETROIT - An attorney for
184 Michigan women whose
mothers took the drug DES to
avoid miscarriages said Mon-

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Monday-Friday 8-7
Saturday 9-7
Sunday 10-7
769-2288
1313 So. University

Nixon tapes
WASHINGTON- The
Supreme Court yesterday
agreedto hear former Presi-
dent Richard Nixon's argu-
ments against release of 30
White House tape recordings
played during the Watergate
cover-up trial of his top advis-
ers.
Nixon's appeal asked the
court to overturn a decision by
the U. S. Circuit Court of Ap-
peals in Washington that the
tapes "are no longer confiden-
tial" and that copies may be re-
leased to the public.
In its October decision, the
appeals court brushed aside
Nixon's claim that his privacy
was being violated.
"The tapes at issue are not
recordings of bedroom or other
intimate conversations, and the
embarrassment Nixon fears is
not re-publication of highly per-
sonal matters," Chief Appeals
Court Judge David Bazelon
said.
The ex-president's arguments
in the lower court lost out to
those of the three television net-
works, public television, a news
directors' association and a re-
cording company which want
the tapes made available.
Attorneys for Nixon argued
yesterday that such reproduc-

Deatn penalty
WASHINGTON - The Su-
preme Court listened to four
hours of arguments yesterday
on the future of four condemn-
ed criminals and the scope of
capital punishmnet in the Unit-
ed States.
The court, electing to hear
arguments in four separate
death penalty cases, will weight
those arguments in deciding:
0 Whether the death penalty is
a valid punishment for rape.
* Whether a state can auto-
matically sentence to death the
murderer of a police officer.
" Whether a person who com-
mits a crime punishable by
death under a state law later
struck down astunconstitution-
al can be condemned some
years later under a new, con-
stitutional state law.
0 How far a prosecutor may go
in making impassioned argu-
ments to a jury in a trial that,
could end in a death sentence
for the defendant. -
Ehrlich Coker, a Georgia pri-
son inmate serving a life term
for murder, rape and kidnaping,
was sentenced to death for the
rape of a 16-year-old Waycross,
Ga., -woman. The incident oc-
curred the night Coker escap-
ed from prison.
Representing Coker, New

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Justice Lewis Powell seemed
concerned about how a prisoner
for life could be punished if not
put to death for crimes he
mightcommit after a prison f
escape.

GLOBAL REACH: The Power of Multinational Corporations
MICHAEL MOFFITT, principal research assistant on the Barnet/Muller book, has lectured
widely on the subject of multinational corporations, world hunger, economic development and
CHILE. He was an associate of the late ORLANDO LETELIER, former Ambassador of Chile
to the U.S. and with Letelier, is co-author of The International Economic Order ITransnational
Institute, 1977).

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Tuesday, March 29, 1977
DAY CALENDAR
Midwest Energy Conference: James
Benson, Energy Analyst, Energy Re-
search and Devolopment Adm., "En-
ergy and Social Structures: Percep-
tions of Reality," Pendleton, Union
10 a m.
WUOM: Tennis stars Stan Smith
and Fred McNair, with promoter
Donald Dell discuss pro tennis to-
day, 10:05 a.m.
Midwest Energy Conference: "The
Role of Conservation and Renew-
able Resources in Energy Policy,"
Assembly Hall, Union, 1:30 p.m.
Physics/Astronomy: F. Ferrone
MIAMD, Bethesda, Md., "The Kine-
tics Quaternary Structure Change in
Hemoglobin," Dennison Colloquium
Rm., 3 p.m.; J. Doehler, Bell Lab.,
"Laser Doppler Velocimetry of Elec-
tron-Hole Drops in Germanium,"
2038 Randall Lab., 4 p.m.; B. Gidas,
Rockefeller U., "Solitons, Instantons
and Confinement," 1041 Randall
Lab., 4 p.m.
Music School: Symphony Orches-
tra, Choir, Chamber Choir, Mahler's
"Symphony No. 8," Hill Aud., 8 p.m.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXVII, No. 141
Tuesday, March 29, 1977 j
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SUMMER PLACEMENT
3200 S.A.B. -- 763-4117
Camp Cavell, Detroit YWCA loca-
ted in Lexington, MI: Will interview
Monday, March 28. Call office for
appointment.
Nippersink Manor, large summer
resort in S.E. Wisconsin, will inter-
view Tuesday, March 29 and Wed-
nesday, March 30. Openings include
walters/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: 28 from-
9-5. Openings include general coun-
selors, bus drivers, arts/crafts in-
structors, kitchen staff, camp sec-
retary. Call office for appointment.

HAPPENINGS
763-1107
UAC MUSKET Presents
AMRICA'S MARCHING MUSICAL
THE MUSIC MAN
MARCH 31-APRIL 3
Tickets at Power Center, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and two hours
before each performance.
Spend this weekend at the Power Center when the hap-
piest musical ever marches from River City, Iowa into
Ann Arbor!
WORLD PREMIER PRODUCTIONS
is looking for writers to submit scripts for Fall production.
DEADLINE is August 1, 1977. 3 copies of each play
must be submitted,including title page with 1) title 2)
pen name and another loose page with pen and real
name, address and phone. A royalty will be awarded
to/if a play is chosen.
Staff people needed.
HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO SEE
A CHORUS LINE FOR $2.00???
NOW YOU CAN!I
UAC proudly presents MUSICAL MAGIC, a revue of
America's greatest musicals
Tickets now on sale at the Michigan Union Box Office
Performances April 7-9 8:00 at the Pendelton Room
Michigan Union
STUDENTS
You too, can coordinate a UAC Committee. Apply now
to Produce Soph Show, Run Mediatrics Films, Plan a
Speaker Series, Coordinate T i c k e t Central, Produce
Homecoming, or put together Travel Programs. Applica-
tions are available, at UAC, 2nd floor, Michigan Union.
Deadline: tomorrow.
GREGORY BATESON
speaking next Monday for Future Worlds
Rackham Auditorium Admission: free
lecture followed by small group discussions.
EIGER SANCTION
Friday, April 1-7:30 & 9:45 p.m.
THE GRADUATE
Saturday, April 2-7:30 & 9:30 p.m
Nat. Sci. Auditorium $1.25
presented by UAC Mediatrics
THE ROBERT ALTMAN FESTIVAL presents...
THIEVES LIKE US
Starring Keith Carradine and Shelley Duvall
Friday, April 1 7 & 9:15 p.m.
Angell Hall Aud. A $1.25
UAC TRAVEL.. .
is now providing 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.
ECLIPSE JAZZ
present SONNY STITT, the leaendary bebop saxophone
player, EASTER SUNDAY, APRIL 10, 1977, at the
MICHIGAN UNION BALLROOM 7:30 & 10:00 p.m.
Also appearing: an exciting new pianist, KIRK NUROCK.
General admission tickets are $3.50 available at: Mich-
igan Union Box Office, Schoolkid's Records, both Dis-
count Records. This is the last concert of our Spring
Season, and we'd like to thank you for your support,
Watch for several summer concerts.
MOLLY HASKELL SPEAKS TONIGHT!
Ms. Haskell, feminist film critic for The Village Voice
and Ms. Magazine, will discuss director Robert Altman's
portrayal of women within the context of six decades of
American filmmaking, Tonight at 7:30 p.m. in RACK-
HAM AUDITORIUM. Admission: $1.25
A Robert Altman Festival Presentation.
UAC PRINT SHOP
Makes bus signs, posters and does mimeo work cheap!
Call 763-1107 for more information.

UNIVERSITY
SHOWCASE
PRODUCTION
BINGO
by EDWARD BOND
MARCH 30 thru APRIL 2
8:00 P.M.
tTrueblood Theatre
(Frieze Building)
$2.00 admission
PTP Box Office
764-0450

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