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Friday, April 8,197-;

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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International
Lebanese battle
SIDON, Lebanon - Palestin-
ian guerrillas claimed capture of
a Christian stronghold near the
Israeli border yesterday and
said they were drawing fire
from Israeli tanks and artillery
across the border.
At the same- time Lebanon's
rightist Christian leaders sent
an urgent appeal to Arab states
to intervene against the advanc-
ing leftist Palestinian forces in
southern Lebanon to prevent the
battle there from rekindling the
country's civil war.
They urged Arab peacekeep-
ers to save the "life of a sis-
terly nation."
In Israel the military com-
mand declined to comment di-
rectly on reports of tank move-
ments and flights over Lebanon.
It would only say there was no
unusual activity in the region.
Israel is known to be worried
that a Palestinian victory in
southernaLebanon would once
again allow guerrillas to con
duct raids and harass the Is-
raeli border area.
National
Carter appoints
ambassadors
WASHINGTON - President
Carter's first major ambassa-
dorial appointments are going
to the governor of Wisconsin,
former Sen. Mike Mansfield, two
educators, some career Foreign
Dil ffMicialBultiny
Daily Official Bulletin
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not accepted for publication. For
more information, phone 764-9270.
Friday, April 8, 1977
DAY CALENDAR
WUOM: James L. Buckley, William
Rusher, and Pat Buchannan, Con-
servative Political Action Confer-
ence, held February 3-7, sponsored
by American Conservative union
and Young Americans for Freedom,
10 a.m.
Physics/Astronomy: L. Susskind,
Yeshiva and Tel Aviv universities,
"Lattics Gauge Theories II," 2038
Randall Lab., noon.
SUMMER PLACEMENT
3200 S.A.B. - 763-4117
Camp Oakland, MI. Handicapped:
Will interview Monday April 11 from
9 to . Openings include gn. oun-
selors arts/crafts, waterfront (WSI),
nurse, program dir., register by
phone or in person.
Good Humor Corp., Detroit, MI.
Will interview Monday, April 11 from
9 to 5. Gfood money - be outdoors
all day. Opportunities In-other cities
also - Chicago, Baltimore, Pitts-
burgh, and others. Register in per-
son or by phone.
Camp Mapiehust, MI. Coed:: Will
interview Tuesday, April 12 from
1 to 5. Must be 20 or over. Open-
ings include riding (eastern, West-
ern), nurse, tennis, sports, sailing,
scuba, photography, drama. Register
by phone or in person.
GENERAL NOTICE
STUDENT ACCOUNTS: Your at-
tention is called to the following
rules passed by the Regents at their
meeting on February 2, 1936: "Stu-
dents shall pay all accounts due the
University not later than the last
day of classes of each semester or
summer session. Student loans which
are not paid or renewed are sub-
ject to this regulation; however,
student loans not yet due are
exempt. Any unpaid accounts at the

close of business on the last day
of classes will be reported to the
Cashier of the University and "(a)
All academic credits will be with-
held, the grades for the semester
or summer session just completed
will not be released, and no tran-
script of credits will be issued. "(b)
All students owing such accounts
will not be allowed to register in
any subsequent semester or summer
session until payment has been
made."

Service officers and two Georg- in economic benefits that it will more fuel than it consumes.
ians. produce in inflation. The statement issued by Car-
Carter announced yesterday ter said the United States will
that he had picked Wisconsin study "alternative designs of
Gov. Patrick Lucey to be the the breeder" but postpone their
U.S. envoy to Mexico, Yale Uni- adoptinfor commercial use.Iree .
versity President Kingman a tot me n the proj- Batl C k :
Brewser asthe abassaor toWithout mentioningthpr-, New park site
Brewster as the ambassador to UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. - ect by name, the statement ap-
the United Kingdom and for- U.S. Aibassador Andrew Young peared to spell the end of the BATTLE CREEK - The city
mer Princeton President Robert said yesterday he has apologized proposed Clinch River breeder of Battle Creek has purchased
Goheen to be ambassador to In- for telling a British interview- reactor, a $2 billion, demonstra- 392 acres of land from the fed-
dia. er that he sometimes thought tion plant planned near Oak eral government for the devel-
Mansfield, a former senator Britain had "almost invented Ridge, Tenn. opment of a Cedar Point Amuse-
from Montana, was named am- racism." Carter said he would also de- ment Park.
bassador to Japan. "I was quite wrong, so I call- fer indefinitely the commercial The purchase clears a major
The 10 nominees named yes- ed British Ambassador Ivor reprocessing and recycling of obstacle in planning for the $30
terday were the first appoint- Richard and apologized and ac- plutonium produced by U.S. nu-
ments based-on the recommen- cepted his reprimand," Young clear power programs. THE MIIGAN DAILY
dations of Carter's new advisory told ,The Associated Press. A reprocessing plant planned' volume LXXXvII, No. 150
board on ambassadorial ap- Young, the first black Ameri- by industry at Barnwell, S.C., Friday, April 8, 1977
pointments. can ambassador to the United but now seeking federal support, is edited and managed by students
The others chosen6were:2.University of Michigan. News.
The others chosen were: Nations, told a British Broad- "will receive neither federal en- pho 7ys52 e ap Ne
Philip Alston Jr., an Atlanta casting Corp. - BBC - inter- couragement nor funding for its paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109.
lawyer, ambassador to Austral- viewer that Britain had insti- completion as a reprocessing fa- Published d a i 1 y Tuesday through
la; nne OX Cambes, cair- undtYy morning during the Univer-
ia; Anne Cox Chambers, chair- tutionalized racism "more than cility."r 4y A

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woman of the Atlanta Newspa-
pers, ambassador to Belgium;
Wilbert Le Melle, a Ford Foun-
dation executive, ambassador to
Kenya and the Seychelles; Sam-
uel Lewis, a former assistant
secretary of state, ambassador
to Israel; William Sullivan, now
U.S. ambassador to the Philip-
pines, ambassador toIran, and
George Vest,- a State Depart-
ment official, ambassador to
Pakistan.
Wholesale
prices rise
W A S HINGTON - Higher
prices for coffee and other foods
boosted wholesale inflation 1.1'
per cent in March to the worst
rate in 17 months, the Labor'
Department reported yesterday.
The surge in prices is new
fuel for critics of the adminis-1
tration's proposed economic
stimulus. Conservatives have
complained $50 rebates for
individuals and $4 billion for
public works will provide less,

anybody else on the face of the
earth."
He 'also accused Britain of be-
ing "a little chicken" in hand-
ling racial matters at home and
in (southern Africa.
Young said Richard told him
that "you should know that you
are no longer a congressman
or a preacher."
Nuclear breeder
WASHINGTON - President
Carter announced yesterday that
he is deferring U.S. development
of nuclear breeder reactors, the
power plants that produce addi-
tional fuel but could help in-
crease the spread of atomic
weaponry in the world.
Carter said the risk of spread-
ing; nuclear weapons "would be
vastly increased by the further
spread of sensitive technologies
which entail direct access to
plutonium, highly enriched
uranium or other weapons-use-
able material." The breeder is
powered by plutonium and is
so named because it produces

The diode radio tube was de-
veloped in 1904 by Sir John Am-
brose Fleming.

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M H T P Presents:
SWASHBUCKLERS!
SATURDAY 9 APRI L, 1977
Old Architecture Auditorium
7 p m.-SCARAMOUCHE
(Stewart Granger, Janet Leigh)

ANN A ucIZ ILM[ACCOCU I
Tonight in the Modern Languages Building
THE PRODUCERS
(Mel Brooks, 1968) 7 &r 10:30-MLB 3
Zero Mostel plays the producer. When his accountant (Gene
Wilder) shows him how producing a Broadway flop can make
more money than a hit, he buys a horriblefi hilarious musical
called "Springtime for Hitler." One of the fun lest movies in
recent years, it was Mel Brooks' first movie and he still hasn't
topped it. "Pure lunacy .. . uproariously funny!"-Time. Academy
Award-Best Original Screenplay.
THE TWELVE CHAIRS
(Mel Brooks, 1971) 8:45 ONLY-MLB 3
Mel Brooks has directed this classic Russian comedy in his usual
zany, fast-paced fashion. A dying woman confesses separatedly
to her son-in-law and the village priest that she sewed valuable
jewelry into one of the twelve dining room chairs before fleeing
from the palace during the Revolution. This sets 'off an out-
rageous chase as one person after another learns the secret and
dashes across Mother Russia in search of treasure. "THE TWELVE
CHAIRS is a completejoy! Mel Brooks is a major delight in a
hilarious role."-Judith Crist. With Ron Moody, Dom DeLuise,
Frank Langella, and Mel "Fun" Brooks.
NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD
(George Romero, 1968) 7 & 10:30-MLB 4
A group of people trapped in a farm house are surrounded by
radioactive ghouls who have come out of their grave, murdering,
mutilation, and eating human flesh raw. More frightening than
THE BIRDS, more shocking than HOUSE OF PSYCHOTIC WO-
MEN, more grotesque than FREAKS, more menacing than THE
INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS; this movie is as horrify-
ing a nightmare vision as one could hope to see on film.
THE 1000 EYES OF DR. MABUSE
(Fritz Lana, 1960) 8:45 ONLY-MLB 4
The last film of the late Fritz Lang is a shattering work and
Lang's third film to center around the power-hungry master
criminal, Dr. Mabuse. When a series of sinister crimes occur, all
resembling ones committed years before by the infamous Dr.
Mabuse, the clues lead to a mysterious hotel where all actions
are monitored by telivision cameras (the "1000 eyes"). The skill
with which we are told who is "watching" and why proves that
Lang was no less a powerful director at 70 than at 30. Peter van
Eyck, Dawn Addams, Gert Probe.
Admission $1.25 single feature
$2.00 double feature
Saturday, April 9 in MLB
"On The Waterfront," "A Streetcar
Named Desire" and "Theatre of Blood"

million recreation area, sched-
uled to open in the summer of
1979.E
1960/40 Smooth-Shelled
The city earlier bought 350{Doan Parka W/Hood by
acres of land from the General Coorado Comfort. Re-
Services Administration. The due ro .0 t 99
land was part of the U.S. duced from 90.00 to 59.95
Army's Ft. Custer, which has 0 RIPSTOP VESTS
been adandoned for some time. our regular 32.00 19.95
~"'~ w DOWN JACKETS by
In buying the land, the city W MILLER. Regularly
is acting as an intermediary 50.00 NOW 29.95
between the federal govern-
ment and private developers to
whom the city plans to resell
the property.
Interesting facts WE'RE OPEN
Michael Faraday developed
the electric dynamo in 1831. 10 til 5:30 p.m.
Atmospheric nudzear tests Z13S. MAIN ST.-665-3888
were resumed by the Soviet
Union on Aug, 5, 1962.
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FRANCOIS TRUFFAUT'S 1973
DAY FOR NIGHT
Truffaut's love poem to cinema is a film within a film which
results in endless hilarious complications, While making
MEET PAMELA, cast and crew interact and get involved
with e a c h other. Starring Jacqueline Bisset, Jean-Piere
Leaud, Valentina Cortese with Truffaut as the director.
SAT.: ADAM'S RIB
CINEMA GUILD TONIGHT AT OLD ARCH. AUD.
7:00 & 9:05 Adrhission $1.25
JEAN COCTEAU'S 1946
BEAUTY &THE BEAST
A visually stunning rendition of the proverbial story of .
beauty taming-and eventually loving-the beast. Display-
ed With Costeau's unique blend of fantasy and. surrealism,
this film remains one of the masterpieces of modern cinema.
With Jean Marais and Josette Day. In French, with subtitles.
CORRECTION: Next Fri. we will show Truffaut's SMALL CHANGE
and not THE THIRD MAN.
CINEMA II TONIGHT AT: ANGELL HALLAUD.2A
7& d- 12

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9:15 p.m.-COURT JESTER
(Danny Kaye)
Only $1.00 per film-$1.75 for both

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