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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, November 23, 1975

1'oge Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, November 23, 1975

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AND REMEMBER
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issue will be Wednesday, No. 26
Sunday, Nov. 23
at HILLEL

Although the Portuguese na-
vigator Bartholomew Diaz dis-
covered the Cape of Good Hope
on the southern tip of Africa in
1488, it was not until 1652 that
the Dutch tDecame the first Eu-
ropeans to colonize in what be-
came known as the Cape Colo-,
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Two American av
,Ships collide off Italy
GAETA (Al) - The U. S. aircraft carrier John F. Kennedy
and the cruiser Belknap collided and caught fire yesterday night
in the Mediterranean 70 miles east of Sicily. Navy officials said
one man aboard the carrier was known dead and additional cas-
ualties were likely.
The two U. S. Fleet warships" collided during night flight
operations and both caught fire, according to the Pentagon in
Washington and a London-based spokesman for the U. S. Naval
forces in Europe.

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
4 Volume LXXXVI, No. 70
Sunday, November 23, 1975
is edited and managed by students
at the University of Michigan. News
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Vohmntary
funding
p asses
(Continued from. Page 1),
tAsked why the vote tally has
Sconsumed so much time, Kunin
replied, "We've had lots of
voters. Also, estimates of how

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THE FIRE on the flight deck of the Kennedy was put out long the count would take were
in about 10 minutes but it took about two and one-half hours to low. In addition, people were
brin th flmes n te Blknp uner ontol.not working during certain
brngth flmeser o ltBelk tnusder a control.oke- stretches, such as yesterday
All ire wee cmpltel exingushe, aPenago spkes afternoon during the football
man said just before 10:35 p.m. EST. game,"
"The full extent of casualties is unknown," the Pentagon said.
"One man from the John F. Kennedy is known dead. Fires EXACTLY 2756 ballots were
which occurred aboard the Belknap made additional casualties cast in the SGC election, which
likely." ran from Tuesday to Thurs-
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