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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Soturdoy, November 6, 19 f0 1

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~oturdoy, November ~, 19 1~

IN CONCERTl
The Michigan Mens Glee lub
with SPECIAL GUESTS
The Illinois Men's lee Club
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13
8:00 P.M.-HILL AUD.
tickets available at the Hill Aud. box office

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NEEDS
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DESIGNERS
STAFF
for it's Spring Musical
Her's your chance to direct or
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production!
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Union by Nov. 17
FOR INFORMATION CALL 763-1107
See CAMELOT!
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WASHINGTON (AP) - The
,outcome of three congressional
races in Washington, Michigan
and Illinois remained undecided
yesterday, with final certified
tallies not expected until next
week.
In Illinois, incumbent Abner
Mikva, a Democrat, trailed for-
mer Rep. Sam Young, a Re-
publican, by about 250 votes.
The outcome may hinge on
whether some absentee ballots
are counted in the final, official
tally.
In Michigan, Republican Carl
Pursell held a 237-vote lead over
Democratic challenger Edward
Pierce in a battle for the seat
vacated by Rep. Marvin Esch,
who lost his bid for a Senate
seat. A recanvass of the votes
is expected to be completed
next Friday.
In Washington, Rep. Lloyd;
Meeds, a Democrat, maintained
a 498-vote lead over Republican
challenger John Nance Garner.
Republicans, who held 1451
seats in the current Congress,
have won 142 of the decided
races. Democrats, who held 290{
seats in the current Congress,
have won 289 races.
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10 a.m.-4 p.m.
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U.S. jobless rate
increases in Oct.
(Continued from Page 1) The administration has con-
MESC CHAIRMAN Martin sistently opposed government-
Taylor said the unemployment .finaned measures to stimulate
rate in the- six-county Detroit hiring. Although President-elect
metronolitan area dropped Jimmy Carter expects to
slightly, from 9.6 per cent in change that .policy, he faces
September to 9.5 per cent in many pitfalls as he seeks to
October. fulfill his promise of full em-
The stock market fell sharp- ployment by 1980.
ly Friday in selling that analy- ONE OF THE problems is
sts attributed to the negative the threat of renewed inflation
economic news and uncertainty apparent in a Labor Depart-
about what President-elect Jim- ment report Thursday showing
my Carter's administration that industrial prices" rose a
would mean to Wall Street. The full 1 per cent in October.
Dow-Jones average of 30 indus- About 7.6 million persons were
trial stocks fell 17.37 points, its
third-biggest drop of the year, unemployed last month, an in-
torbgg3.p07.ye crease of around 185,000 caused
Julius Shiskin of the Bureau in large part by several major
of Labor Statistics acknowl- industrial - strikes. About 100,-
edged in testimony before the 000 persons were on strike, al-
Joint Economic Committee that most half of them employes of
a continuation of this "pause" the Ford Motor Co.
could lead to another reces- Joblessness among adult men
sion. rose to 6.3 per cent, higher than
HE WAS ASKED by Sen. any previous month of 1976.
EWilliam Proxmire, (D - Wis.), Males in the 20-24 age bracket
"Isn't it the inescapablecon- bore the brunt of that increase.
clusion that we've made no Blacks, women and teenagers
real progress fighting unemploy- also suffered increased unem-
ment this year - in fact, we're ployment. Yet joblessness re-
sliding backward?" mained steady for household
"I think that's right," Shis- heads and . declined slightly

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among married men.

Last-minute pact

averts auto strike

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AP Photo
Monusk, a cat owned by Thomas Glewwe of Woolbury, a St. Paul, Minn., suburb, likes
to stand in the kitchen sink under flowing w iter. "She'd lay there for hours if I let her,"
he said.
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TO ALL STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
(Fraternities, Sororities, Clubs, Dorm Houses, Student Gov'ts, Etc.)
To include your house or organization in the 1977
MICHIGANENSIAN YEARBOOK, you -must con-
tact Gordon Weider at 764-0561.
You may include wh,..tever you want on your page,
including group picture, candids, and a story. The
ENSIAN will take your group picture fo-fyou.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) - Mark
Mooring's face was carefully
made up by artists at movie;
studios on a few occasions re-
cently, but he wasn't going to
appear before the cameras.0
Disguised as an old man or i t 1tr C
old woman, Mooring, a 25-year
old Los Angeles Police Depart-
ment Venice Division officer, (Continued from Page 1) r
strolled in and around Oakwood.
Park with a policewoman, Ja- might be an intimidatingt
net Penna, 24, as bait for purse prdio.eTs tho enpeople
snatchers. Hardisky offers this encourage-
The operation was "eminent- ment: "Almost anyone who has
ly successful," according to Sgt. the desire can learn to operate
Rick Morton, head of Venice a com~puter. I did." One com-a
Division's crime task force spe- municates with a microcomput-,
cial problems unit. er in a language called, fittingly
--enough, "Basic."c
In Basic, the fundamental
unit of command is a "byte",
which describes a specific num-
ber of binary codes, or bits,
that are treated as a single
word.t
The Computer Store sells mic-s
3160 Carpenter Road-Ann Aror.971-4310

ominputer
rocomputers already assembled,
or in do it yourself kits for
the more adventurous. One of
Hardisky's more enterprising:
customers plans to build a
microcomputer robot, adding
appendages to move it. It could
conceivably be addressed viaI
walkie talkie from different lo-
catibns.
Perhaps the most attractive
aspect of microcomputers is the

(Continued from Page 1)
day and forced the closing of
six Chrysler plants and a parts
depot in Atlanta. Fraser said
he expected the workers will be
back on the job by Monday.
FRASER outlined some basic
details of the contract, saying
it tracked the Ford agreement
in most economic areas while
gaining improvements for
Chrysler workers in the job
security area. He said full
details will be revealed when
workers ratify the new pact
sometime in the coming week.
One key item was Chrysler's
willingness to pick up a $1,.2
million deficit that occurred
when the Supplemental Unem-
oloyment Benefitsrfund for
salaried workers ran dry in
1975. It means those salaried
workers who didn't receive the
SUB payments that brought

agreements along with 22 of
136 salaried units.
The wildcat walkouts closed
an engine and assembly plant
in Windsor, Ont., the Ham-
tramck, Mich., assembly plant
and the truck, stamping. and
recreational vehicle plants in
Warren, Mich.
A strike against Chrysler
would have been unprecedent-
ed since the powerful UAW has
never struck both the pattern
setter and then a second auto
company in the same year.
'Happening
(Continued from Page 3)
destructive round - the - world
pursuit of a fickle army offic-
er. Falling in love with love is
lthe name of the game ere, and
although Truffaut's direction is

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host of games they can be pro- of their regular take hme pa mie oon the stolid side Isabelle
grammed td play, like poker can expect some back pay ,admis energetic characteriz-
and blackjack. The computer is ments. ation of the doomed heroine suc-
the dealer of' the house. You Even with the national ceeds in bringing the film off.
set the stakes, and all you have agreement, Chrysler may facec s b n e m
to loe is the ame t Un- numerous plant shutdowns un- WetSide Story
to os i te ameitel. n-til local pacts,,to supplement the trist. yci.AudM,7:30-
fortunately, it's all you have to national contract are resolved. tr -c Bstinud.Broadway
win, also. Computers don't pay Just 14 of 69 manufactuing show gets the Grand-Epic treat-
off - not just yet. I bargaining units have new local ment, with thte heater - ballet
trappings of the original prov-
T 1 ing surprisingly adaptive to the
on-location realism of the large
screen. Not the end-all filmed
musical (as Cabaret proved)
question unsolvable but still guaranteed to sweep
G a.L G 1 eyou off your feet. *** /
EVENTS
(Continued from Page 1) Benvenisti's career has span- Naughty Marietta - Musical
Benvenisti sees war as being ned almost two decades of po- Society opera, Power Ctr., 8
one alternative to the mideast litical involvement in Israel. A p+m.
situation but adds, "if there is graduate of the Hebrew Uni- Camelot - Mendelssohn Thea-
a war, you cannot cry if you versity of Jerusalem, he has tre. 8 p.m.
get hurt. War is as hard on also done extensive research Eagles Concert - Crisler Are-
them as it is on us." and published books on Pales- na, soonsored by UAC Major
Benvenisti said he was nei- tine during the Crusades. Events.
ther surprised nor impressed He has been the deputy , Tower of Babel - See Wed.
with the U. S. elections this mayor since 1974 and views Events.
past week. Jerusalem as a unique place. Bimbo's - Gaslighters, 8.
"This is the third time I've "Jerusalem is the only city in Cama Nova - Mustard's Re-
been here during an election the world where such a large treasaN9ova
year," he said. "I was here in number of Arabs and Israelis Golden Falcon - Melodioso,
both 1968 and '72, so I've seen live together in a relatively Gl0
it all before." peaceful situation. There are a Mr.Flood's Party -- Mueller
quarter of a million Jews and
B E N V E N I S T I doesn't 100,000 Arabs co-existing."' r ,z ll - RFD Boys, 10.

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forsee any alterations in Aperi-
can - Israeli relations as a re-
sult of the change in American
leadership. "I think American
policy toward Israel will stay
about the same. The comments
during the campaign seem to
show that the elections won't
' have a large impact on Israel.

B ENVENISTIsaid that;
the situation in Jerusalem is not
indicative of the feelings
throughout the rest of Israel.
"It might have a limited influ-
ence on the rest of the coun-
try."
He points out that there are
other problems which face Is-
rael today. "Our economy is in
very bad shape. We have a 35
per cent inflation rate . . 45

Rubaiyat - Celebration, 9.
Second Chance - Dr. Bop
and the Headliners, 9:30.
IF YOU CAN DRIVE
ACAR,
YOU COULD SAVE
YOUR FRIENDS
IIE

Feinture 14
PASSAGE
by Gail Sheeny

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In the time it takes to drive
your friend home, you couild save
his life.

for killing young people are most
often other young people.
Take ten minutes. Or twenty.
Or an hour. Drive your friend

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