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THE MCHIGAN DAI LY

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY

In te news
International
SAIGON - Up to 5,000 North Vietnamese
troops backed by tanks overran a South Viet-
namese base yesterday, inflicting heavy losses
and pushing the remnants of the fleeing gov-
ernment forces into a tight pocket, the Saigon
command said. It said half of the 369-man
ranger battalion defending the isolated Dak
Pek border camp 300 miles north of Saigon
and 12 miles from the Laotian border were
either killed, wounded or missing after all-
night human wave assaults. Lt. Col. Le Trung
Hien, chief spokesman for the Saigon com-
mand, said the base was used for tracking
North Vietnamese troop movements.
National
WASHINGTON - The Senate settled its bit-
ter school busing controversy yesterday voting
for new standards designed to limit court bus-
ing orders but allowing judges to issue such
orders as they see fit. The compromise, adopt-
ed 47 to 46, states that the new limitations in
the bill are not intended to limit the power
of the courts to order busing if this is neces-
sary to enforce the equal rights amendments
of the Constitution. The principal new limita-
tion is a congressional policy finding that pu-
pils should not be bused beyond the next near-
est school to their homes.
SAN FRANCISCO - Two witnesses were
jailed yesterday for refusing to testify before a
federal grand jury investigating a Symbionese
Liberation Army bank robbery involving news-
paper heiress Patricia Hearst. Paul Halverson,
a graduate student, said that President Nixon
has set a precedent by refusing to comply with
court subpoenas. "I am making the same
arbitrary decision," he said. The second wit-
ness, Cynthia Garvey, declared that the grand
jury was not a legal institution and that she
would not cooperate with it.
COLUMBUS, Ga. - Attorneys for William
Calley filed motions yesterday in federal court
requesting all eyewitness accounts of the My
Lai incident obtained in 1969 and 1970 by John
Ehrlichman, former aide of President Nixon.
The motions are among several filed recently
in U.S. District Court here seeking previously
undisclosed government and Army reports con-
cerning the slaying of Vietnamese civilians at

this morning
My Lai in 1968. The defense is attempting to
have overturned Calley's court-martial con-
viction for the slaying of Vietnamese civil-
ians.
LAS VEGAS - A convicted killer who au-
thorities said gained his freedom by switching
identities with another inmate has been ar-
rested, the FBI said yesterday. An FBI spokes-
man said Wallace Rhodes, 25, was arrested
near a relative's home shortly before midnight.
Rhodes of Henderson, Nev., had been the ob-
ject of a nationwide search since he was in-
advertently freed in Dallas on May 2. Au-
thorities said he went free after an identity
swap involving three prisoners and at least
two aliases. Prison officials said the inmates
hatched the scheme about a month ago when
Rhodes and inmate Richard Rusk, 24, were
waiting to be transferred to the federal prison
in Marion, Ill., from Ogden, Utah. Rhodes was
to serve a 10-year term for kidnaping, and
Rusk was supposed to wind up in Dallas where
he faced narcotics charges. But the two men
switched places, and Rhodes eventually was
freed by a U.S. magistrate in Dallas.
Local
Former Detroit Mayor Jerome Cavanagh,
hospitalized three times in recent months, has
indicated he may resume his campaign for
the Democratic nomination for governor in a
few weeks. "The doctors tell me that by the
end of May I'll be in sufficiently good health
to be back at work and in sufficiently good
health to make a decision to run or not,"
Cavanagh said. Cavanagh, 45, was admitted to
the hospital (St. Joseph's Mercy) in January
for treatment of hypertension and high blood
pressure. Later this spring he had one kidney
removed.
Weather
As indicated yesterday, the cool air will
return again today. In spite of the efforts of
the tropical air to the south of us, the polar
air to the north will dominate our weather
if only by a slight margin. Showers and thun-
dershowers will be in our area through to-
night. Maximum temperatures today with
mostly cloudy skies 65 to 70 with minimums
tonight 48 to 53.

Around
Ann Arbor
The Human Rights Party is
holding its County Convention
Saturday at EMU's McKenny
Hall from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The
convention will nominate candi-
dates for county, state and con-
gressional office. Interested
citizens can get rides to Ypsi-
lanti from the HRP office at
516 E. William at 9:30 a.m.,
12:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. The
convention will be followed by a
five-dollar-a-plate testimonial
dinner for former HRP City
Councilmembers Jerry De-
Griec and Nancy Wechsler at
1910 Hill St. in Ann Arbor. For
more information about the con-
vention or the dinner, call 761-
6550.
The Indian Progressive Study
905 and 613
are this week's winning state
lottery numbers. The second
chance winners are 686 and 710.
May Bonus numbers are 882,
771 and 575. -
Group warmly invites all pa-
triotic Indians and friends to a
meeting on "Ever - Increasing
Prices: Unbearable Burden on
the People - What are Its Real
Causes?" The meeting takes
place today at 7:30 p.m. in
Room 678, U.C.B., Wayne State
University.
Guild House is sponsoring a
poetry reading tonight at 7:30
p.m., 802 Monroe. Poets fea-
tured will be Robert Manis, Wil-
liam Farmer and Stephen Ber-
ry.
Duplicate Bridge will be
played, and open to the public,
at 7:30 p.m., in the Union's As-
sembly Room.
The remaining Freshmen
Registers from 1974 will be up
for grabs at a recycling sale
today. Soft cover copies will go
for 5o cents and hard cover for
only a dollar. 1968 Freshman
Registers will also be sold at 50
cents. If this is the deal you've
been waiting for, go to the UAC
office on the second floor of the
Union between 10 a.m. and 5
p.m.
Tonight at the movies, Cine-
ma Guild offers Such a Gor-
geous Kid Like Me at 7:30 and
9:30 p.m., Architecture Aud.
Cinema II is showing Costa-
Gravas' Z in Aud. A Angell Hall,
7:30 and 9:45 p.m.
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OPEN MON-SAT. 9-6

Friday, May 17, 1974
TV
tonigh
6;00 2 4 7 1 13 News
9 Andy Giffithi
20 vyage to the Bottom of
the Sea
24 ABC News-SmWlk/
Rteasoer
30 alceatennial Leetale
series
50 star Trek
56 Atiques
6:30 2 1 CS News-Walter
Cronkte
4 13 NBC News-4eba
Chancelor
7Ca Newas-Smith/
Reasoner
S Dream of Jeenuis
24 Dick Van Dyke
7:00 2 Truth or Consequences
4 News
7 To Tel the Truth
9 Bevry Hilbilies
11 To Tell the Truth
13 what's My Line?
20 Rilemni
24 Bowing tor Dollars
30 56 Aviation weather
50 Mission: Impossible
7:30 2 What's My Lne?
4 Hollywood Squares
7 Secrets of the Deep
9 Bewitched
11 Wild,Wud world of
Animals
13 Truth or Consequences
20 Denny McLain-Variety
24 Orzie's Girls
30 56 Wall street Week
-Lous Rukeyser
8:00 2 11 Dirty saly
4 13 Sanford and Son
7 24 National Geographie
9 Pig and whistle
30-56 washington Review
50 Hogan's Heroes
-:30 2 i1 Good Times
4 13 Lotsa Luck!
9 Tommy nanks-Variety
20 ye to -Discussion
30 Under the Dome
50 Merv Griffin
56 Off the Record
9:00 2 11 Movie
"Captain Nem and the Un-
derwater City (English 1970)
4 13 Girl with something
RoEtra
7 24 Six Mllion Dollar Man
9 News-David Compton
20 Good News
30 Masterpiece Theatre
56 Nova-science
9:30 4 13 Brian Keith-Comedy
9 Sports Scene
20 Seven Hundred Club
10:00 4 13 Dean Martin
7 24 Toma
9 Tommy Hunter
30 Paremt in Teeris III
50 Perry Mason
56 heater in America
"Hogan's Goat"
11:00 24 7 11 13 24 News
9 CBC News-Lloyd Robertson
50 Night Gallery
11:30 2 Movie
"The Neon Ceiling." 1971
Lee Grant
4 13 Johnny Carson
7 24 Elton John
9 News
11 Movie
Jerry Lewis "Disorderly Or-
derly" 1964
20 Right On
s0 Movie
"The it Sleep" 194
Humphrey ogat
Lauren Bacall
12:00 9 Movie
(English 196)
1:00 4 13 Midnight special
7 Don Kirshner's Rock
Concert
'-Torture Garden"
1:20 511News
1:30 2 Movie
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXIV, No. 8-S
Friday, May 17, 1974
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