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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, October 11, 1975

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, October 11, 1915

SUNDAY & MONDAY
%All You Can Eat"
includes unlimited trips to our famous salad bar, choice of potato
or vegetable and loaves of hot home baked bread.

Udall rips Ford's Unearthly Rioting escalates in
economic policies duo cause northern Portugal

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tice "the politics of inclusion"
if they are to win the Presi-
dency in '76. "We need Gaozge
Meany, Mayor Daley, and the
Southern moderate wing of the
party to support our candidate,"
he emphasized.
He decried the party strife of
earlier years: "The lesson for
'76 is don't let them divide you.
D o n 't pit environmentalists
against the labor movement, the
farmers against the consumers."
Although Udall spent much of
his time attacking Ford, he con-
tinually returned to the theme
of Democratic unity.
Discussing the profusion of
candidates within his own party,
he said, "We better sort them
out. We better get our heads
together and get a winner this
time."
WHEN ASKED about the de-
teriorating financial condition of
New York City, Udall quipped,
"the problems of New York are
the problems of the nation."
lHe predicted that unless cer-

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tan policies are implemented
soon, every major city will ex- IMV'Je
perience the fate of New Yrk.
"Detroit will be next, and (Continued from Page 1)
then Baltimore, Philadelphia, calling themselves followers of
and on and on," he declared. "The Two" phoned the host,

OPORTO, Portugal(P) - Full- cratic Union (UDP) building.
scale political rioting with ex- Fire was returned from the
changes of gunfire, volleys of crowd.
grenades and paving stones
swept through the center of; SEVERAL attempts were
Oporto early Saturday, injuring made to help the UDP by politi-
scores of people. t cal gangs allied with thevCoi-
Some groups did battle from munists. There were violent
behind makeshift street barr- scuffles with iron bars and
ces Stvscn the irre o h

at the Holiday Inn West
2900 JACKSON RD.
665-4444

THE ARIZONA CongressmanI
advocated a three-pronged at-
tack on the dilemmas of the
American City-approval of the
Humphrey-Hawkins F u 11 Em-
ployment bill, the implementa-
tion of a viable system of na-
tional health insurance, tne fed-,
eralization of the welfare sys-
tem.
After his talk at the League,
Udall attended a reception in
his honor at the Ann Arbor
home of Wilbur Cohen, former
Secretary of Health, Education,
and Welfare in the Johnson ad-
ministration.
The crowd there was com-
posed mainly of local Demo-
cratic party regulars and po-
tential Udall supporters.
AT THE reception, the presi-
dential candidate reiterated a
few of the points that he had
made earlier.
His straightforward, relaxed
tone was present, but the
strains of the campaign trail
were showing in his wearied
face.
Udall had traveled in Ihwa,
Nebraska, Wisconsin, id Mich-
igan, some of the time being
spent under the sharp question-
ing of conservative columnists
Rowland Evans and Robert No-
vak.

SVictor Boc, and said HIM fol-
lowers numbered 9 to 100. They
said they were calling from Col-

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BUT AUTHORITIES in Color- THE BATTLE began when a
ado can find no trace of "The Maoist group bent on avenging
Two" or their HIM followers in the murder of a militant in Lis-
the state. bon attacked another leftist
However, yesterday, Doug party's headquarters and tried
Green, superintendent of Bonny to set it afire.
Dam in eastern Colorado, said What began as a fight be-
he had talked to the leader of tween two minor leftist parties
20 people camped near the dam, over a grudge killing spread to
and said they went to a new include thousands of others,
site in Nebraska. drawn to the scene in a climate
"THEY KNEW they were go- of growing political tension.
ing to be taken from earth and Witnesses said concussion
picked up by some form of ex- grenades, rocks and shots came
traterrestrial life, but not when from inside the Popular Demo-
or where," said Green.
Green said in a telephone in-
terview he had talked with
Frank Lamb, who said he was Is alj
part of a group that lefthWld
port, Ore., last month. Green
quoted Lamb as saying his
group was moving on to Nebras- 01 field s
ka to join others from the Wald-
port group.
Meanwhile, officials said the (Continued from Page 1)
investigation in Lincoln County, Emergency Force.
Ore., was being called off and American oil technician Billy
Trooper Gibson would be as- Marcum of the Mobil Oil Co.
signed to other work. A police signed the receipt for the two
said the investigation found no Ras Sudr oil installations on be-
evidence of fraud or other half of the Egyptian government
crime. in a short outdoor ceremony,
HIM BEGAN to get attention The peace agreement calls for
in the media when about 20 per- eventual turnover of the entire
sons who attended a Sept. 14 Abu Rudeis oilfield complex.
meeting in a Waldvort, Ore.,A
motel. and a second gathering FIVE MINUTES before the
near Egene, Ore., left the area turnover, Israel completed load-
smdenwho were drawn to the ing its last 2,000 tons of crude oil
Waldnort meeting by newspaper from the occupied Egyptian
ads and handbills said "The':.
Two" appeared to be in their ,'
40s or 54s. They were dressed in DAILY OFFIC]
identical casual outfits and i :.:"<.<,r.:::: : ,
spoke in slow, measured tones. Saturday, October 11
Bob Thompson, a computer,
nrogrammer at the University Day Calendar
of Oregon, recalled the man WUOM: -om the Midway -
taling in vague. Biblical terms "Isolation or Independence: Politi-
w-d avoiding direct questions. cal & Strategic Factors," 10 am.
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of reinforcements managed to
fight its way into the encircled
offices.
The rioting raged for more
than three hours. Then a de-
tachment of S0 soldiers in four
armored cars arrived to take up
positions around the UDP's be-
sieged headquarters.
Shooting continued as the de-
fenders traded potshots with
3,000 besiegers huddled behind
barricades and as leftist rein-
forcements tried to reach their
allies inside the building.

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to Egypt

fields onto the Liberian tanker
Sirius. Another 52 tons were
pumped-into an overland tanker
truck.
Egyptian officialdom in Cairo
reacted with caution yesterday
to the Israeli moves. Although
senior officials were privately
relieved, one of them noted:
"This should only be considered
as a step toward an overall final
settlement of the Mideast situa-

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LAWYERS
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All are interested in managerial careers
and presently enrolled in the MBA Pro-
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tion. We hope the United States
will continue its momentum for
peace in the region."
TAT. BULLETIN
Oct. 14-Battelle N.W./Research
Ctr.
Oct. IS--Rike's

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Oct. 17-Harvard Bus. School, J. L.
Hudson Co., & Princeton U/Wood-
row Wilson Sch. of Intern'l Affairs
Oct.22-Procter & Gamble, Union
Oil Co. of Calif.. & Inst. for Para-
legal Trng.
Oct. 23-Conn. Mutual Life Ins.
Co.. Inst. for Paralegal Trng., Pur-
due U./Krannert Grad. Sch. of In-
dustrial Mgt., & Lewis & Clark/Law
Oct. 24-Eastman Kodak Co.
Advertising Women of New York
will. hold thei rannuai conference
for seniors and grad students in-
terested' in communications fields.
Learn practical facts about career
opportunities. Sat. Nov. 1. $5.00 fee.
Register by Oct. 22 with this organ-
ization at 153 E. 57th St., NYC
10022.

Come meet with WILLIAM
HBS here on campus OCT.
1975 at the 3200 STUDENT
BLDG. to find out.

D. SHEA of
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FEATURING:

SUPERMAN (1956)
Streak! Streak! Falling for the oldest trick in the
books, Lois is caught on the ropes. But what's a
little twine to the man of steel?
GROUCHO MARX IN
YOU BET YOUR LIFE (1955)
Groucho's insane contestants tonite include the zoo
keeper from San Francisco who sleeps with the ani-
mals! Don't miss the Mad Duck who pops in when
the Secret Word is said!
RICHARD NIXON'S
CHECKERS SPEECH (1953)
Accused of accepting bribes, the former President
responds with the most transparently fraudulent
and hysterically funny'speech in the history of Amer-
ican politics. This one will bring the house down!
ELVIS PRESLEY ON ED SULLIVAN (19551
Pure magical nostalgia as Elvis pounds out Love Me
Tender & Don't Be Cruel. And he was censored from,
the waist down!
OZZIE AND HARRIETT (1957)
Don't miss it. Called Father's Night At The Frater-
nity, this one features R i c k y pounding out some
Golden Oldies. Also stars the absurd Wally!
THE LONE RANGER (1952)
The very first episode! In which we learn why the
Ranger dons his mask and how he meets Tonto! A
howl from start to finish.
PLUS: Burns & Allen, Ted Mack Amateur Hour,

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