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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

zwndoy, October 1 U, i y is

THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~unday, October IV, l'~i'

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Diplomats plan Rhodesia ties American Everest

Jets tream shifts

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WASHINGTON () - An THE PLAN, according to dip- of support, over roughly the Ian Smith's regime, which rests
American - British plan to keep lomats of three key nations in- next generation. on the support of 270,000 whites.
a black-ruled Rhodesia tied volved, forms the dollars-and-
firmly to the West by money cents costs of trying to induce The South Africans have been THE AMERICAN- y AP and a
and politics for a long time blacks and whites in the break- helping the United States and BRITISH plan, which is likely KATMANDU, Ne
emerged in some detail yester- away British colony to live and Britain with projections and to have the backing of about a ican mountaineers
day. work together in what could be- analyses of a black - ruled, in- dozen industrialized pro-West- dier and Bob Cor
It was designed to ensure come an independent, thriving dependent Rhodesia's likely ern nations, will not be dumped 100 mile per hour
that the failure of the Western Zimbabwe after power is needs. Although they have de- on the negotiating table in Ge- quer Mount Evere
powers to counter Soviet-Cuban transferred. dined to contribute to the neva Oct. 21 when talks for a in celebration of 1
powers to chudesianviconstitutionalesettle-trcentennial.
intervention in neighboring An- It forsees the set-up of an scheme, they have provided the Rhodesian constitutional settle- centennial.
gola is not repeated in the international consortium, ulti- Americans and British with ent are formally opened byhe British. But they could
emerging new state of Zimbab- mately with between $1.5 billion stars and stripes
we, the new name chosen by and $2 billion to spend for de- their own view of what the Instead, it will be kept ready mit. The America
blacks for Rhodesia. velopment, aid and other forms country will need when leaders for presentation if the con- lese flags were b
--- *----- -- ----- -- -- of the six million blacks take ferees, who will include Smith, by Sherpa guide
50ERM~omisaatmovams5gsgsgesagmygggesasmma over command ,from Premier agree on the formation of an who was forced 1
interim or caretaker govern- below the peak wh
CENTER FOR RUSSIAN AND ment. This government will supply failed.
EAST EUROPEAN STUDIES have the job, under a black N E V E R T H
invites you to a lecture by prime minister, of leading the "We're all terribl
country through election to in-hvtembc
VICTOR HERMAN ifdependence no later than the avery prod of tI
c ;fery pro1978. t
"Stalinist Prison Camps fall of 1978. ment," team im
Thus it will be up to that in- Crouch told U. S.
An American's Experience" you terim government to ask its ficials in Katmand
OCTOBER 11, 1976 American and British sponsors Chandler, 28, a
RACKHAM ASSEMBLY HALL sfor help. The scenario already Cormack,h a30-y
willKhaveAbeenBwritten. Amen-reached the top of
4:00 p.m. will have been written. Amer'- highest mountain
can and British envoys will say forced to their kn
.in effect: "Yes, we happen to of the nine hours

succ

Reuter
epal - Amer-'
Chris Chan-
mack battled:
winds to con-
est yesterday
the U. S. bi-

ors, Sir Edmund Hillary of New
Zealand and Sherpa Tenzing
Norgay in May, 1953. They be-
longed to a British expedition
which were the first people ever'
to challenge the peak success-
fully.

Chandler and Cormack are
not plant the the sixth and seventh Ameri-
on the sum- cans to stand on the peak and
n and Nepa- the 53rd and 54th climbers of
being carried any country to do so.
Ang Phurea,! Americans Gerry Roach and
to turn back Rick Ridgeway, and Hans
en his oxygen Bruyntjees, a Dutch citizen,
moved up the mountain today
E L E S S, for another assault on the sum-
y pleased to mit October 12 or 13, if the
and obviously |winds permit.
:heir achieve-
nember Dee
Embassy of-!
u by radio.
doctor and
ear-old pilot,
I the world's
efor muchda
it took them I

MIAMI {.41 - The jetstream,
moving south from its usual po-
sition, is forcing most Atlantic
hurricanes away from the U.S.
mainland and bringing devas-
tating Pacific hurricanes to the
West Coast, forecasters say.
It is also causing early cold
waves in this country and con-
tributing to the European
drought, forecasters at the Na-
tional Hurricane Center said,
yesterday.
THE jetstream is a current of
fast - moving air that flows
around the world at high alti-
tudes. It is much farther south
thansusual, the forecasters said,
and its unusual position cre-
ates a sort of high-altitude
vacuum.
"What happens is that the
ocean storms that form move
toward the north and' east to

fill the vacuum," said forecast
er Gil Clark. "The jetstrearr
is always migrating, but it'
rarely this far south."
Seven tropical storms am
'five hurricanes formed in th
Atlantic this year. Only on
tropical storm and one hurri
cane reached the U. S. Eas
Coast. None of the other majoi
Atla-tic storms in 1976 cam<
anv farther west than the Ber
M"rda area.
IN RECTNT years many At
la itic^ storms have-crossed th
Caribhea, or Gulf of Mexic
and crashed into Mexico's eas
coast. Most of this year's At
lantic storms headed west foi
several days, then abrupt]
changed direction - headin
north and east
But the same high-altitude
conditions brought Pacifi
weather systems toward the
east, and the west coasts o
California and Mexico were
biffeted by three hurricanes

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One British authority ex- col, 3,000 feet belo
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pear as if we are thrusting our impossible to stan
program of aid and develop- the pummelling ga
ment down the throats of the THE PAIR C
emerging new state of Zimbab- the climb along ar
we." ed by Everest's f

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County plans new
anti-rap~e program
(Continued from Page 1) dinator at the Community Anti-
"We are concerned about how Rape Effort. "And our volun-
much money .is going to rape teers are getting burdened with
and to domestic violence., cases from other parts of the
We're afraid that we're going county. It doesn't make sense
to get the short end of the for a city agency to take care
stick because Anti-Rape is a 'of a whole county. This new
more developed program." program will be better able to
BUT SAUL Cooper, project handle people from all over the
director at the Community Men- county."
tal Health Center says that "The new program will be

S (Continued from Page 1) nobody seemed willing to pay Uie TVdit
asking if anyone has spare more - not even for such prime
tickets to sell' I never come to seats as these.
a game with tickets unless it's a Most games see many stu- H ua
really big game, like Ohio State. dents selling their own tickets
"Today," he went on, "a dude down near the stadium, but (Continued from Page.1)
in a Cadillac cruised by at yesterday was an exception. En-lai, and the radicals, led
10:00 and peeled a fifty-dollar Most students who wanted to by Mao's widow, Chiang Ching
bill off his bank roll for a pair sell their tickets got rid of them - decided for stability rathex
of fifty-yard-line seats. That's, by notices in dorms and campus than violence. As far as Chins
a dollar a yard! Right after buildings - usually for $15 or and the international communi
that, another guy - an MSU $20 each. ty are concerned, this could be
student, I think - paid me $30 The few who held out for a all to the good.
for a pair, and $15 more for a last-minute killing . were dis- A radical China, dedicated tc
rotten student ticket. That was appointed. One such student was revolution at any cost, could
miraculous. The single shouldi trying to -sell a pair of end- alter the good relations nox
have never sold for that much." zone seats for $2d atr12:45.By existinghbetween Peking an
OTHER regulars didn't fare 1:30, his price had dropped to: Washington and Peking and
quite as well as Hendrix. $5.00, and he still wasn't getting Tokyo. But observers believe
"The most I've gotten today offers. it is likely that China will re-
was $20 for an average pair," No matter what the price, main a stable part of the in-
said one. Another was offering most regular scalpers turn a ternational equation, pursuing
"two on the forty for the regular profit. All it takes is a lot of Mao's policy of detente with
price ($7.00 each)," and said experience, and a little luck. I the United States and the West.
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18, 1975, that $15 billion couldj
be cut from the defense budget.
SPOKESPERSON Jody Powell
said that Certer does not re-
member using the figure, and
added that if Carter did use it,
it was a mistake. "I think any-
one who has been with us knows
that the figures he used con-
sistently are $5 billion or $7
billion," Powell said.
Carer, meanwhile, campaign-
ing in Ohio, challenged Ford
and his running mate, Sen. Rob-
ert Dole, to open their tax re-
turns to inspection, and said
the President has "hidden him-
self from the news media even
more than Richard Nixon in the
depths of Watergate."
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The Democrat said Ford's tax The President telephoned Aloy-
returns for 1972 would answer sius Mazewski, president of the
questions raised by an Internal Polish American Congress, ta
Revenue Service audit showing apologize for his debate state-
Ford used money from a bank mert. "He was sorry for it, he
account in his old congressional regrets it, he apologized for it,"
district to buy clothes and pay Mazewski said.
for a family ski trip. In another political develop-
ment, a new public opinion poll
THE IRS SAID the bank ac- has echoea earlier surveys that
count contained mainly reim- observers of the second presi.
bursements for political travel dential debate feel Carter did
and some campaign contribu- better than Ford.
tions. THE POLL conducted by the
Ford said last week he never Gallup Organization for News-
turned campaign money to his week magazine found that ol
personal use. The President add- 517 registered voters checked
ed Saturday that all of his tax half thought Carter won, 22
matters "were .thoroughly in- per cent thought Ford won and
vestigated by the FBI, by the the rest said neither won or
IRS and by two committees of: didn't make a judgment.
Congress, and they gave me an The theoretical sampling er-
absolute clearance." ror based on the number of
Carter also said Ford is on people interviewed in 5 pei
shaky ground in citing his years cent.
of experience in government as An Associated Press poll ol
a reason he should be elected. 1,071 registered voters conduct-
"If we wanted experience, we ed in the hour after the de
would have kept Richard Nix- bate Wednesday night found 36
on," said the Democratic nom- per cent of those who watched
inee. said Carter won, 34.4 per ceni
HE ALSO RENEWED his at- said Ford won and the resi
tacks on Ford's statement in were undecided or called it a
their debate Wednesday that draw.
Poles and other East Euro- THE THEORETICAL samp
pean peoples don't consider ling error was 3 per cent.
themselves under Soviet domina- Independent presidential can
tion. didate Eugene McCarthy, mean-
"At least other Presidents while, said in Madison, Wis.
who went into Poland knew that if he is elected he will have
whose tanks those were," Car- a five-member cabinet consoli
ter said. dating duties of supervising var
That controversy continued to ious departments.
plague Ford from other quar- He said the cabinet members
ters as well, with the Congress would be former North Caro
of Americans of Ukrainian Des- lina Gov. Terry Sanford for
cent accusing him of echoing state and defense; Boston May
the Russian party line. or Kevin White for the justice
former Interior Secretary Wal-
"THERE ARE MORE than 40 ter Hickel as secretary of re
million Americans of Central sources; Howard Stein of the
and Eastern European origin to Dreyfus Fund heading treasur3
whom your statement is an echo and Sam Shoen, a Phoenit bus-
of the propaganda blare from inessman, heading a compre-
Moscow," the organization said hensive new commerce depart
in a teleg~ram to Ford.I menit.

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