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In the news

International
BEIRUT, Lebanon - North Yemen's new
military leaders suspended the Red Sea re-
public's constitution and parliament the day
after seizing power in an apparently blood-
less coup, Egypt's Middle East News Agency
reported yesterday. A seven-man junta headed
by Col. Ibrahim el Hamdi took over the gov-
ernment and Yemen's Sana'a Radio said
President Abdul Rahman Iryani had resigned
in a "conflict over administrative stagnation
and corruption in the government machine."
Leftist newspapers in Beirut predicted the
new regime would seek closer ties with oil-
rich Saudi Arabia as a means of solving Ye-
men's chronic economic and financial crisis. .
VIENNA - Dancer Valery Panov and his
ballerina wife, Galina, arrived in the West to
resume careers interrupted by a 26-month
struggle with Soviet authorities for permission
to emigrate. In deference to Austria's distaste
for publicity on Soviet emigrants, the pair
made no statement on their stop here en
route to Israel. Before leaving the Soviet
Union, a tearful Galina disclosed she had
suffered a miscarriage in her third month
of pregnancy last Monday.
National
NEW ORLEANS - Lawyers for William
Calley maneuvered yesterday to preserve the
freedom the former Army lieutenant has en-
joyed for more than three months. Houston
Gordon, one of Calley's attorneys, said he was
drawing up papers to ask a federal appeals
court to reconsider its decision ordering Calley
back into military custody. Calley, convicted

this morning
in 1971 of the murders of at least 28 civil
at the South Vietnamese village of My
was freed on bond last February by U
District Court Judge Robert Elliott of Col
bus, Ga., who is considering Calley's app
of his court-martial conviction. The 5th U
Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday overt
ed Elliott's decision to free Calley on bond
ordered him returned to full military custi

lians
Lai,
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peal
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urn-
and
ody.

State
DETROIT-Democratic candidate for governor
Jerome Cavanagh announced yesterday he
would not accept any campaign contributions
from persons in controlling positions in the
state's utilties. "I have concluded that a can-
didate for governor - more than a candidate
for any other office-creates a subtle but per-
vasive conflict of interest by accepting cam-
paign contributions from a public utility
source," Cavanagh told a news conference.
Meanwhile, Sander Levin, also a Democratic
gubernatorial contender, called on the state
legislator to investigate Consumers Power Co.,
which he criticized for rate hikes and "appar-
ent errors, accidents and miscalculations."
Weather
Relief is on the way! A cold front moving
rapidly eastward should put an end to our
warm, humid weather by tonight. This cold
front will cause showers and thunderstorms to-
day, especially this afternoon. Our skies will
be variably cloudy with a little hazy sunshine
through the afternoon. Tonight skies will celar
after the showers end in the evening. Highs
today will be 76 to 81 with lows tonight of
57 to 62.

tonight
6:30 4 13 NBC News--Tot
Brokaw
7 24 Reasssner Report
112CBS News-Dan Rather
30 Tune Wayne-Interview
56 Concerto for Mona
7:00 2 CBS News--Dan Rather
4 George Plerrot
7 Town Meeting
9 Police surgeon
11 fee Haw
13 Lawrence Welk
24 Wrestling
30 You Owe It To Yourself
50 Lawrence welk
7:30 2 wild, wild world of
Animals
4 Johnny Mann's Stand Up
and Cheer
7-world of Survival
9Van Patrick sports
30 Consumer Game
56 Masterpiece Theatre
8:00 2 11 All in the Family
4 13 Rmergency!
7 24 Partridge Family
9 A Time to Sing
20 Movie
"Monster from the Surf"
1964
30 Building of Gund Hall
50 That Good Ole Nashville
Music
8:30 2 11 M*A*S*H
7 24 Movie
Trouhle Comes to Town,"
1973
Lloyd Bridges
9 Collaborators
30 56 war and Peace
50 Dragnet
9:00 2 11 Mary Tyler Moore
4 13Movie
"flw to Succeedin Business
Without Really Trying"
50 Perry Mason
9:30 2 11 Bob Newhart
9 Whiteoaks of Jaffna
20 Temple Baptist Church
10:000 2 11 CBS Reports
7 24 Owen Marshall
20 Seven Hondred Club
50 Lou Gordon
10:30 9 Political Talk
30 Woman
5i Joyce Chen's China
11:00 2 7 11 News
9 CBC News-George Finstad
24 ABC News
11:15 7 ABC News
9 Provincial Affairs
24 Dan Rirshner's Rock
Concert
11:20 9 A Look Back
11:25 4 13 News
11:30 2 Movie
"Savage Season." (1970)
7 Stovie
"The Wheeler Dealers."
(1003)
James Garner, Lee Remick
9 Tommy Banks
11 Movie
"Batman." (1966)
Adam west
50 Movie
"The Little Shop of Horrors"
(1960)
11:55 4 Johnny Carson
13 Movie
"New Mexico." (1951)
12:00 5 Movie
'Take Care of My Little Girl"
(1951)
1:25 4 13 News
1:30 2 Movie
"Rocket to the Moon."
(1953)
7 Movie
"Pete Kelly's Blues." (1955)
Janet Leigh, Edmond O'Brien
Lee Marvin, Peggy Lee,
Andy Deine
11 News
3:00 2 Divorce Court

City party-goers are invited to
a dance tomorrow night to cele-
brate the first free concert of
the summer, which will be held
that afternoon. The dance lasts
from 8:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. at
Carpenter Hall in Ypsilanti,
which is located on Michigan
Ave. near Carpenter Rd. Bands
featured will be the Rockets and
Zoom. The ticket price of $3
payable at the door, provides
for all the beer and entertain-
ment you can take in. The dance
is also billed as a religious serv-
ice of the First Zenta Church.
Movies this weekend are
plentiful. Tonight Cinema Guild
is showing Emperor Jones in
the Architecture Aud. at 7:30
and 9:30 p.m. Cinema II pre-
sents North by Northwestain
And. A, Angell Hall at 7:30 and
9:30 p.m., and the New World
Film Co-on offers Animal Farm
in the Nat. Sci. Aud. at 7:30
and 9:30 p.m.
Dajly Official Bulletin
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Saturday, June 15
Day Calendar
WUOM: Robert A. Choate, lectur-
er at UM Law Sch., on "what the
General Practitioner Should Know
to Distinguish Patent, Trademark,
and Copyright considerations," 91.7
MHz, 1:00 p.m.
Sunday, June 16
wOJOM: Sunday Macalog Music 2,
11, 7, 20 sm., also Rev. lamesWei-
shelpi speaks on "The Life of St.
Thomas: Problems in Research;"
Carlo Grssi on St. Thomas' Writ-
logs: Problems to Editing." 12:35
p.m.
TV Center: Authority, wWJ-TV,
Oh. 4, noo.
Monday, June 17
wUOM: william O. Douglas
speaks in the "Future worlds" ser-
ies at UM, recorded 1/30, 91.7 MHz,
10:05 a.m.
SACUA: west Alcove, Rackham,
1 p.m.
Sen a t e Assembly: Rackham
Amph., 2:30 p.m.
Music School: carillon recital,
Leen't Hart, director, Netherlands
Carillon School, carillonneur, Bur-
ton Tower, 7 p.m.
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Friday, June 14, 1974
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