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Tuesday, February 10, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

Tusdy -Ferur -10, 197611 THE MICHIGAN DAILY P.age T.ree

Woman sailor set
to circle the globe

GDANSK, Poland (AP) - A
45-year-old Polish woman ship-
builder has set out to beat two
rivals and become the first
woman to sail solo around the
world. Her big fears are illness
and whales.
Krystyna Chojnowska-Liskie-
wicz, mother of two, left this,
Polish . Baltic city last week
aboard a freighter carrying her
31-foot sailboat "Mazurek" to
I Las Palmas where she'll start
the two-year, 30,000-mile voy-
age.
SHE IS DUE in the Canary
Islands at the end of February.
The date of her sailboat depar-
ture from Las Palmas has not
been set yet, but she is ex-
pected to leave in mid-March.
Her route leads through the
Panama Canal, past Tahiti and
Australia, across the Indian
Ocean and around the Cape of
Good Hope back to Las Palmas.
She plans to buy some supplies
along the way and get others
from Polish freighters in dif-
ferent ports of call.
Her boat was built by her
husband, a master yacht mak
er. It is made of plastic with'
a 39-foot mast and Dacron
sails, and has a small auxili-
ary engine, Western-made navi-
gation instruments and a two-
way radio.
"I HAVE TWO important riv-
als -- Waltraud Meyer of Aus-
tria whose boat is moored in
ra Spanish harbor, all ready to
sail, and Noriko Kobayashi of
Japan," Chojnowska-Liskiewicz
said before leaving Ghansk.
f "But I heard Waltraud was
ill and couldn't leave ahead of
me. Noriko has just now finished
her trans-Pacific crossing and
she too won't be able to leave

soon.
"So, perhaps my dream will
come true and I'll be the first."
Chojnowska-Liskiewicz holds a
diploma in shipbuilding from
the Gdansk Polytechnic School.
She began sailing as an under-
graduate and 10 years ago won
a skipper's license.
ASKED WHETHER she
r wouldn't prefer a larger boat
for the voyage, she said: "You
need plenty of physical strength
to sail large yachts. And de-
spite my sailing experience I
am still a woman."
Nonetheless, Chojnowska-Lis-
kiewicz is confident she can
cope with the problems of a
round-the-world trip.
"If I didn't believe in myself
I would never even think of
d sailing around the world. I have
a record of 12,000 miles sailed
f as skipper and enough experi-
ence to get me through," she,
s said.
s"I only fear a sudden sick-
s. ness or food poisoning, or some
strange accident like being hit
r by a whale," she said.
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AP Photo
Take me to your leader
These spacy-looking creatures are well adapted to life on earth ... they consume our shiny silver coins and in re-
turn the binocular beasts follow orders to keep an eye on New York Harbor.
NAMES FOR SALE:

Candidates buy up

voter lists

INTRODUCTION TO
KUNOALINI YOGA
as tought by
Swami Rudrananda
and
Michael Shoemaker
Beainners' Classes Every
MWF at 5:30 p.m.
RUDRANANDA ASHRAM
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MEREDITH, N.H. (AP) -
Two New Hampshire men ex-
pect to come out ahead regard-
less which Democrat and Re-
publican win in the nation's
first primary election.
The two compiled the only
complete, computerized list of
voters in the state, sold the
Republican part of the list to
President Ford and Ronald
Reagan and then began market-
ing the Democratic side of the
list.
CAMPAIGN AIDES of former
Georgia Gov. Jimmy Carter,
Arizona Rep. Morris K. Udall
and former Oklahoma Sen. Fred
Harris - all Democratic presi-
dential contenders - say they
have agreed to pay $1,000 to
$3,000 for portions of Direct Mail
Systems' list of 90,000 Demo-
cratic households.
The complete list - Demo-
crats, Republicans and inde-
pendents - took a year to com-
pile at a cost of $50,000 to
$60,000, said Stewart Lamprey,
one of two partners who mas-!
terminded the idea.
Lamprey said Monday he has
no expectation of making mon-
ey this year from selling the

list, but added that the com- rey, 54, and his partner - Ray- SEVERAL POLITICAL activ-
pany should make money three mond Burton, 36, a former ists have wondered aloud why
years. from now by selling up- school principal who handles someone had not come up with
dated lists to political organi- the day-to-day operations of the the computer list idea earlier.
.l..l, 4- ,c,.,,t('flrflcomanv- have been selling

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zaions ana possim yo ousiness- I
es.
FOUR MONTHS AGO Lamp-!
rey, a former president of the '
state Senate and one timef
speaker of the House, sold thec
names, telephone numbers and:
addresses of 103,000 Republican
households to Ronald ReaganE
for $50,000.t
Along with the names, Lamp-1
rey agreed to provide the Rea--
gan campaign with other ser-
vices, including a telephone:
bank of 12 workers who have
been calling prospective voters
on Reagan's behalf.
By late December, President
Ford, locked in a tight race
against Reagan in New Hamp-
shire's Feb. 24 first-in-the-na-
tion primary, also bought the
Republican names - without
the telephone bank - for a fee
Ford aides said was in the;
neighborhood of $15,000.
IN RECENT WEEKS, Lamp-

UU1pal y 1 cUG1 ul
the emocaticlisg "It's a very smart kind of
the Democratic list, thing to do," said a director of
"I consider myself only a one of the Democratic cam
technocrat," said Lamprey, whopon ."f t 'sotigcam-
in 1964 handled Barry Goldwat-' paigns. "But it's not going to
ins 96taedmarrynGandwat-1968be long before somebody else
er's state campaign and in 1968 comes in and tries it too -
directed Richard Nixon's state they're not going to have the
effort. field to themselves for long."
Lamprey said he and Burton
envision the lists, which he said Lamprey said he is not con-
will cost $10,000 a year to up- cerned. "I only feel bad that
date, as a permanent fixture in there aren't more candidates in
New Hampshire politics. the race," he said.
APPLICATIONS are now being taken
for residency in the

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LECTU RE
February 18, Wednesday
12 noon
Mr. Zeidon Atosii
Israeli Consulate from New
York and a Druse-Arab will
speak on
ISRAEL: PAST,
PRESENT, & FUTURE
at the
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Home-made Soups, Beef,
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Home-made Chili
Vegetable Tempuro
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Hamburger Steak Dinner-
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Spaghetti in Wine Sauce
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Entryway, Law Quad (Tel: 763-2066),
Mon.-Fri. 9:30 a.m.-12:00 noon.
DEADLINES FOR APPLICATION IS
FEB. 20, 1976
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Tuesday, February 10
DAY CALENDAR
WUOM: "Turn Your Radio On,"
about life and Music of Albert E.
Brumley, country music composer,
9:55 a.m
Future Worlds: Jonathan Kozol,
educator, "Aternative Use of Edu-
cation." Hill Aud., 3 p.m..
English: Sam Hamad, poetry read-
ing, Pendleton Rm., Union, 4:10 p.m.
Women's Basketball: U-M vs. Del-
ta Crisler Arena, 6:30 p.m.
Music School: Trumpet students
recital, Recital Hall, 12:30 p.m ; de-
gree recital - Patricia McCarty, vio-
la, Recital Hall, 8 p.m.
Astronomical Film Festival: The
Sun Watchers; Birth and Death of,
a Star; Apollo 14, Aud. 3, MLB,
8 p.m.
CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT
3200 SAB, 764-7460
Institute for Administrative Re-
search has announced availability of
research proposal awards for study
in admin. in health care; for furth-
er info dontalt P. & P. or write:
Dr. George C. Sawyer, 50 Windsor
Pl1, Nutley, N.J. 07110.
Yale offers a two-year program in
management leading to a M.A. de-
gree in Publir & Private Manage-
ment (MPPM); application deadline
March 1, 1976; write to Admissions
Office, School of Organization &I

Mngt., Yale U., New Haven, CT.
06520.
Recruiting on campus for the
week of Feb. 16, 1976 through Feb.
20, 1976.
Feb. 16: St. Mary's Hospital, Hen-
ry Ford Hosp, U.S. Navy Nurse
Corps, Swedish-Amer. Hosp. & Hut-
zel Hosp.
Feb. 17: St. Joe Mercy Hosp., U.S.
Army Nurse Corps, Columbia-Pres-
byterian Medical Ctr., U. of Chicago
Hosp's & Clinics, Sinai Hosp. & Bell
Systems
Feb. 18: V.A. Hosp., U.S. Air Force,
U. Hosp's. of Cleveland, Rehab. Inst.
of Chicago, Dept. of Corrections, &
Office of Management & Budget
Feb. 20: Market Opinion Research.
SUMMER PLACEMENT
3200 SAB, 763-4117
Oak Ridge Nat. Laboratory, Ten-
nessee: Excellent summer program
open to grad students in engr.,
math, environmental, & physical
sciences; applications & details
available; deadline to apply Mar. 1.

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