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Friday, October 17, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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jFriday, October 17, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

King Hassan calls volunteers:

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Friday, October 17
Day Calendar

phyry Copper Deposits of Austral-
ia," 2501 CC Little, 4 pm.
Kelsey Museum of Archaeology/

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RABAT, Morocco (P) - King
Hassan II of-Morocco called yes-
terday for 350,000 volunteers to
follow him in a "peaceful
march," to "recover" the dis-
puted Spanish Sahara territory.
He challenged Spain to open fire
on the marchers.
THE KING'S announcement
followed a ruling by the Inter-
national Court of Justice at The
Hague that it could not recog-
nize Moroccan and Mauritanian
sovereignty claims to the West'
African desert territory.
In a non-binding advisory,
opinion requested by the United
Nations General Assembly, the
court said the two countries had
links to the territory when Spain
colonized it in 1884, but these.

were based more on

ties to the,

nomadic Saharan tribesmen
than to the land.
Morocco's claims to the phos-
phate-rich northern part of the
territory are opposed by Spain
and Algeria, both of which de-
mand a referendum among the
Sahara's nomadic population' of
80,000 that could lead to inde-
pendence.
Mauritania wants the southern
and western parts of Sahara.
THE DISPUTE has brought
combat-ready troops of Algeria,
Spain and Morocco to the terri-
tory's borders.
King Hassan said his march-
ers - one tenth of whom would
be women - would be unarmed
and would not fight back if fired
on by Spanish troops. But he in-

U,-e5' - V 55' '~JPanhellenic: Tropical Plant Sale, Classical Studies: Mario Del Chiaro,
U/ s! ' 7Union Ballroom, 10 am-9 pm. U. of Calif., Santa Barbara, "A New-
WUOM: George Woodcock, Cana- ly Discovered Etruscan Town at
dicated the Moroccan army dian author, "Towards Compassion Ghiaccio Forte in Tuscany," Aud.
Wdthatchesd & Detachment: The Philosophers of A, Angell, 4 pm.
would protect the marchers Pessimism & Our Time;" %-hour African Film Series: The Conti-
against possible attacks by Al- historical documentary, "T h e rent of Africa: Land Below the
gerians. Franklin Expedition: A viewpoint," Sahara, Lec. Rm. 1, MLB, 8 pm.
gein.10:05 am.! Music School: University Chain-
In a nationwide television ad- ,Regents' Meeting: Regents' Rm., ber Choir, Hill Aud., 8 pm.
dress, the king said recruiting Admin., 11 am. Musical Society: Martha Cra-
offices would be opened throug- Educ. Communications Media/A-V ham Dancers, Power, 8 pm.
out his kingdom today and he Ctr.: Glass House, Schorling Aud., Folkdances: Barbour Gym, 8-11
SEB, noon.
would be "the first volunteer." Astronomy: J. G. Hills, "Thettr:.
He dd nt sy whn te mrchPower Source of QSO's and Seyfert; Astronomy Visitors' Nights: C. Ar-
He did not say when the march Nuclei," P&A Coloq Rm., 4 pm. nold, "Some Stars Do Indeed 'Twin-
would begin. Geol., Mineral.: F. B. Park, *tPor- (Continued on Page 10)

SENIORS

AP Photo

Good morning, sunshine
A father and son and their pet dog take an early morning stroll along the railroad tracks near
their Miami, Florida, home.

COUPLES GROUP
Interested in discussing marital issues
and/or problems with other couples?
COUNSELOR-LED
COUPLES GROUP
NOW FORMING
Contact MS. LEH RKE
Counseling Center-764-9466

HAVE YOU BEEN SHOT YET?
Last week of yearbook portraits, so make your appointment
now.

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Nobel prize won

Anthony Davis of Southern
Cal returned six kickoffs for
touchdowns, a record, during
his career. Three of them came
in three games against Notre
Dame.

byU.S.s
STOCKHOLM, Sweden (P) -
Three American scientists were
named winners of the 1975 No-
bel Prize for Physiology or Med-
icine yesterday for research into
possible links between viruses
and cancer.
Dr. Renato Dulbecco, 61, an
Italian-born American, will
share the $143,000.award with
Howard Martin Temin, 40, of the
University of Wisconsin and Da-
vid Baltimore, 37, of the Massa-
chusetts Institute of Technology
(MIT). Dulbecco did most of his
research in California but
moved to London 10 years ago
and now works at the Imeprial
Cancer Research Fund Labora-
tory.
THE prize-awarding faculty of
Sweden's Caroline medical in-
stitution cited the three micro-
biologists for discoveries show-

cientists
ing "the interaction between tu-
mor viruses and the genetic ma-
terial in the cell."
Dulbecco said in London he
was surprised that Temin and'
B a 1 t i m o r e were co-winners
since, while all three were well
acquainted, they had done their
research independently. Dulbec-
co said he felt almost like a
father to both of them.
"I know them very, very well
and see them frequently, but it's
only recently that we realized
our efforts were converging," he
said.
"WE THOUGHT we had been
doing quite different things."
Temin was one of Dulbecco' s
students in the 1950's at the Cal-
ifornia Institute of Technology
while Baltimore was part of a
Dulbecco-led team at the Salk
Institute at La Jolla, Calif.

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JOHN McCOLLUM, tenor
JOHN MOHLER, clarinet
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NANCY HODGE, harpsichord
CHARLES OWEN, percussion
ASSOCIATES: Kirk Toth, Marianne Toth, violin; Susan
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Today
and every Friday

a few good miracles
along about now.

Like a miracle of love. And a miracle of
dedication and concern for our fellow man.
This is the work of the Holy Cross Fathers.
To serve our fellow man, and to make the
world a better place in which to live. What
about you? If a total commitment is what
you're looking for, join us. Odds are you'll
never turn water into wine, but you will help
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