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Thursday, September 30, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAIL x

Page Three

... y 1'N1xon memoirs deny Ecologists blast anti-litter
guilt in Watergate group, support returnabl4

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NEW YORK (AP) - Former
President Richard Nixon will
maintain in his memoirs that1
he was innocent of any wrong-1
doing in the Watergate scandal
and the victim of enemies out
to bring him down, the New
York Times reported yesterday.;

with Nixon never have been dis-
closed, though the Times men-
tio:is a range of $500,000 to $4
million and quotes William Sar-k
noff, Warner's chairman, as
saying, "The real figure may
be somewhere in between."

WASHINGTON (UPI) - The;
National Wildlife Federation,
the country's largest conserva-r
tion group, quit the "Keep;
America Beautiful" campaign
yesterday, charging the group
has become an industry front ,
for opposition to laws against i
throwawav cans and bottles

commercial to show the Indian
smiling - the message being
that litter is being cleaned up,
and laws against throwaways
are not needed.
Thomas Kimball, executive3
vice president of the 3.5 mil-I
lion member wildlife federation,
said KAB is attacking the symp-
toms rather than the problem.
"WE THINK the best approach
is to cut down on the sourcej

duced each year," he said. "The
container manufacturers ana
most KAB officials, on the oth-
er hand, put their emphasis on
persuading people to stop litter-
ing."
Kimball said "we do not over-
look the role of the individual
citizen in picking up litter," but
"a program which focuses on
litter pick-up misses the very
real industrial and government-
al responsibilities to begin con-
servation at the beginning-pro-
duction - and reduce solid

The Times, quoting knowl- The newspaper cited sources
edgeablepublishingnsources in as putting the figure at $2 mil- Four states including Michi-
Europe and the United States, lo lstpt 3000i x gan, have referenda on the Nov.
said Nixon will depict Water- lion plus up to $3t0,000 in ex-2 ballot that would impose de-
gate as a partisan scandal. penses. posits on beverage cans and
AND THOUGH he will ex- The newspaper quotes Frank- bottlesyin those states, thus fore-
press regret he did not ques- lin Gannon, identified as direc- alesc
tion his aidestmore closely tor of Nixon's research staff at IT WAS the second major de-
and will admit to an error in San Clemente, Calif., as saying fection in a month. The Envi-
judgment, he will deny personal the former president has set ronmental Protection Agency
responsibility, the Times said. j Jan. 9, his 64th birthday, as hisaf pulled out of KAB in August
after its representative found
Nixon will contend he resign- target for finishing the out KAB was about to revise
ed as president to prevent six memoirs. its famous "crying Indian" TV
months of national divisiveness ---- - - - - - - - - --a- - - - --e
that would have accompanied
an impeachment trial, the
Times said.-j SERGI EISENSTEIN'S 1947
The newspaper said its sourc-
es saw 164 pages of manuscript IVAN T T E L E 11
dealing with Watergate and
Nixon's last two years in of-
fice.' lEisenstein experimented with color for the first
EXECUTIVES of Warner time in this second part of the infamous Czar's j
Books, which owns world rights story. Ivan struggles with religious mania and
to the Nixon memoirs, have s
been conducting an internation- crushes a court plot. Suppressed by Stalin and
al sales campaign, the Times music by Prokofiev.!
said, notably at the recent
Frankfurt Book Fair in Ger- -_
Aty Frankfurt, potential pub- FRI.: Roman Polanski's REPULSION
lishers of foreign language edi-(
tions were shown a secret 13-
page topic outline, the Times ( EAGID T ON IG HT A T OL D A RCH. A UD.
said, but weren't allowed to C M U7 & 9:05 Admission $1.25
take notes.
One copy of the secret out- _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ _

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of litter-the millions of throw-

away containers that are pro- waste at its source."

AIN AIZIIU)U[ELM CC-U)
TONIGHT in Aud. A, Angell Hall
ALICE DOESN'T LIVE HERE ANYMORE has
been moved to Oct. 26.
Instead, another film by the maker of Alice . ., Martin
Scorsese, has been added.
BOXCAR BERTHA
1972 7 ONLY
Martin Scorsese (MEAN STREETS TAXI DRIVER) turned this
Roger Corman sex and violence exploitation film into a
stylish, explosive-sex and violence film! The story of a union
organizer and his bandit girlfriend, BOXCAR BERTHA grabbtd
attention when first released because the sex scenes were
graphic and, dare we say, unsimulated. This film shows Scor-
sese in an interesting stage of his career-learning, but un-
deniably talented. Rarbara (Hershey) Seagull.
AND...
JOHN MILIUS' 1973
DILLINGER
9 only
Had a film with this much energy and style been made in
any other genre it would have been hailed as a masterpiece.
The story of the collision course fate laid upon John Diilinger
(Warren Oates) and G-man Melvin Purvis (Ben Johnson);
DILLINGER also incorporates Baby Face Nelson, Pretty Boy
Floyd and Homer Van Meters' stories. Dealing with its subjects
and their violence with daring honesty, John Milius manages
to keep his explosive film under control and headed for its
inevitable conclusion. An auspicious directorial debut by the
man who is Hollywood's most eccentric genius, and great
character acting by the entire cast Michelle Phillips, Richard
Dreyfus, Harry Dean Stanton and Cloris Leachman.
$1.25, DOUBLE FEATURE $2.00

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line got away, the Times said,
and it said that Nixon will dis-
cuss how he learned of the Wa-'
tergate break-in, why he had a
tape recording system installed
in the White House and why he
decided not to destroy damag-
ing recordings.
THE OUTLINE also indicates
Nixon will assess his top aides,
including H.R. Haldeman, John
Ehrlichmann, Charles Colson
and John Dean, the Times said.
Details of Warner's contract

AP Photo
Froggy an' me
Two frogs in love pose on the steps of Jefferson Memorial, with a statue of Jefferson frog
inside. This sculpture by David Gilhooly is on display at the Museum of Contemporary Art
in Chicago.

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more information, phone 764-9270.
Thursday, September 30, 1976
Day Calendar
Ext Serv: Developmental Phases
of Single Parenthood & Models of
Intervention; Benefit-Cost Analy-
sis; Community Based Programs forF
Delinquent Youth; regist, 8:30 am.
WUOM: "A Tribute to Dylan
Thomas," 10 am.
Ctr Japanese Studies: Robert
Cole. Dir, Ctr Japanese Studies
'"The State of the Center," Com-
mons Rm, Lane, noon.
Pendleton Arts Info Ctr: Open
Hearth Series, Denny Brown
"Drumming & All That Jazz," Pen-
dleton Rm, Union, noon.
Behavorial Sciences: J. Bradley
Powers "Brain & Behavior," 231 An-
gel, 1 pm.
Student Activities Fair: Union,
3 pm.
Philosophy: Science & Society
Series, Richard Conlin, PIRGIM
'Nuclear Power, Solar Power & En-
ergy Policy," Aud B, Angell, 3 pm.
Ctr South, Southeast Asian Stu-
dies: Nirad C. Chaudhuri "An Un-
orthodox View of Hinuisn," E Lee
Rm, Rackham, 4 pm.
Nuclear Physics Seminar: K. T.
Hecht "Spectroscopic Amplitudes
,or a & 8 Be Cluster Transfers,"
P&A Colloquim Rm, 4 pm.
Paul M Fitts Memorial Lectures:
Michael I Posner (Univ of Oregon)
Chronometric Explorations of the
Mind Series, "Application," Rack-
ham, 4:15 pm.
Ext Serv: Title XX. Implications
for Planning Social Service Delivery
Networks; League, regist, 7 pm.
Career Planning & Placement
CP&P will offer a Career Plan-
ning Seminar beginning in Oct.
Participants learn & practice basic
skills of career planning: self-ex-
ploration, career-exploration & de-
cision-making. The seminar con-
gists of 8 sessions, 2 hrs duration,
held weekly during Oct & Nov.
seminar is ofered on Mon 2-4, &
rues 1-3 pm.
CP&P will also offer the follow-
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, September 30. 1976
volume LXXXVII, No. 19
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JOHN DALLEY

DAVID SOYER ARNOLD STEINHARDT

MICHAEL TREE

THE GUARNERI STRING QUARTET
performs THREE ADDITIONAL CONCERTS in Rackham Auditorium:
SUNDAY, OCT. 10, at 2:300e SATURDAY, NOV. 6 at 8:30 0 SATURDAY, FEB. 19 at 8:30
BEETHOVEN QUARTETS:

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