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June 12, 1973 - Image 10

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THE SUJMMER DAILY

Tuesday, June 12, 1973

x aU.S. seeks Thieu OK
F-mE!!' for new peace accord

S SAIGON (4) - The United States was reported
yesterday to be seeking a last measure of conces-
sions from the Saigon government in efforts to
conclude new understandings on strengthening the
cease-fire.
Informants said President Nguyen Van Thieu
appeared to be standing firm on his position. Gov-
ernment sources said communications were flow-
ing almost around the clock between Paris, Wash-
ington and Saigon.
HENRY KISSINGER'S deputy, William Sullivan,
conferred in Paris with Nguyen Co Thach, top
assistant Le Duc Tho of the North Vietnamese
Politburo.
Observers said it was obvious that the U.S. Em-
bassy was trying to obtain concessions from Thieu.

Kissinger and Tho were reported ready to conclude
an understanding Saturday and issue a communi-
que to be signed by the four signatories of e
original Paris agreement Jan. 27. But Thieu ap-
parently was unsatisfied with their proposals a"
asked for modifications.
Thieu is reported demanding a direct link be-
tween establishment of a National Council af Na-
tional Reconciliation and Concord and general
elections, and that zones of control in South Viet-
nam be only temporary for the stationing of troops
of the opposing sides.
TMIEU, who apparently feels he could win an
election, wants a definite timetable for the ballet-
ing before he agrees to establishment of the coun-
cil.

,MICHIGAN 7
air-conditioned
POWER CENTER
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE'S rollicking case of mistaken identity
The Comedy of Errors
GEORGE BERNARD SHAW'S amusing and poignant comedy
Mrs. Warren's Profession
TENNESSEE WILLIAMS' vivid American drama
Cat On A Hol T in Roof
NEWLEY and BRISCUSSE'S delightful musical
The Roar of the Greasepaint,
the Smell of the Crowd
PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
July 17 July 18 July 19 July 20 July 21
Comedy Mrs. Warren's Comedy Mrs. Warren's Comedy
July 24 July 25 July 26 Juls 27 July 28
Mrs. Warren's Comedy Mrs. Warren's Comedy Mrs. Warren's
July 31 August 1 August 2 August 3 August 4
Cat Cut ( Cat Cat I Cat
August 7 August 8 August 9 August 10 August i1
Greasepaint Greasepaint Greasepaint Greasepaint Greasepaint
--Season Subscriptions-
OFFER SAVINGS-PREFERRED LOCATIONS
FOUR PLAY SERIES $10.50 (center) $7.50 (sides)
SEASON SALE ONLY NOW THRU JULY 9
Season ticket soles at Power Center
Box Office opens June 25
Individual performance soles begin July 9
--MAIL ORDER TODAY--
PLEASE PRINT:

The long and short of it
Two little kids - Nathalie and Norbert Hendrikse of the Nether-
lands - watch as Skylab 3 is rolled out of the Vehicle Assembly
Building at the Kennedy Space Center yesterday, It is scheduled
for launch, July 27.
FIRM NATIONALIZED:
Libya grabs oilcoa

BEIRUT, Leban onP) -- Lib-
ya announced yesterday it has
nationalized the American-owned
oil company Bunker Hunt.
The Libyan leader, Col. Moam-
mar Khadafy aninounced t h e
takeover of the Dallas, Tex.-
based company in a public
speech broadcast by the Libyan
radio.
Khsadafy claimed the Ameri-
can company lacked the legal
justifications for continuing its
oil operations in Libya.
"The right to nationalize comes
under our sovereignty over our
land," he said. "No power in the
world can mar our right to na-
tionalize our own oilfield, or to
stop pumping oil to the world
. . . We can do whatever we want

with our oil."
The decision to nationalize
Bunker Hunt was adopted by the -
Libvan Revolutionary Command
Council, Khadafy said in his
speech, which was also broad-
cast by the Egyptian and Syrian
radios.
C U PLES ARE SPECIALj
TODAY
and every Tuesday
BILLIARDS
aIthe UNION

SPECIAL! HOT CHOCOLATE
Everyone Welcome!

NAME--
ADDRESS-

MAIL ORDERS TO:
University Players
Department of Speech
University of Miclirun
Ann Arbor. Mickiaon 48104

.STATE-

PHONE

LOTS OF PEOPLE

GRAD
COFFEE
HOUR
WEDNESDAY
8-10 p.m.
West Conference
Room, 4th Floor
RACKHAM
LOTS OF FOOD

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PLAY Performance (day and time) Office Use Only
Comedy
Mrs. Warren's
Cat
Greasepaint_ _

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No. of Series Tickets .. ...at $10.50 $-
No. of Series Tickets .... ...... ... at $7.50 $ -
TOTAL AMOUNT ENCLOSED ........... $
CHECK ONE: I enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope
Q I enclose no envelope: Hold at the Box Office

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