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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, June 22, 1974

In the news this morning

International
LONDON - Britain's minority Labor gov-
ernment suffered its third parliamentary de-
feat in three days yesterday, and aides to
Prime Minister Harold Wilson said he was
considering new elections. None of the defeats
involved a motion of confidence, and Wilson
was not required to resign. But after the gov-
ernment was turned down yesterday on a
minor issue, a proposal to amend a draft lot-
tery bill, Labor party floor manager Robert
Mellish declared: "This Parliament is no
longer feasible." Under the British system the
prime minister can call an election at any
time, but if he loses a motion of confidence
he is expected to do so promptly. On taking
office last March 4 Wilson had said he would
seek a new election only if he loses a vote of
confidence.
Nationa l
WASHINGTON - Higher prices for medical
services, fresh vegetables and used cars con-
tributed to a 1.1 per cent increase in the cost
of living in May, the Labor Department re-
ported. The Consumer Price Index for May
showed prices were 10.7 per cent above a
year earlier. Just about everything except

meat and poultry increased in price during
the month.
ORLANDO, Fla - Inmates in U. S. prisons
are killing themselves at a'higher-than-civilian
rate despite the contention of penitentiary of-
ficials that convict suicide is not a major prob-
lem, two Florida sociologists reported. Drs.
Charles Unkovic and W. T. Austin of Florida
Technological University said their study of
prison suicide in America showed that inmates
are committing suicide at a rate 59 per cent
above the national average. Based on a survey
of 10 major male prisons across the country,
the two social scientists concluded that there
are 17.5 suicides per 100,000 prison inmates
as compared to 11 suicides per 100,000 of the
nation's population.
Weather
Summer will start the way it should. As our
front remains close to us today we will have
a.chance of showers and thundershowers scat-
tered around during the afternoon and eve-
ning. It will also be warm and humid today
but it will get cooler. The chance of showers
will continue into the night. Today's high will
be in the range of 77 to 82, tonight's low will
hit 55 to 60.

Around A2
The Ann Arbor Lettuce and
Grape Boycott Committee will
hold a mass solidaritytpicket
today at the Wrigley store on
West Stadium between Liberty
and Jackson from 11 a.m. to
1 p.m.
Friends of Dr. Ed Pierce,
candidate for the Democratic
Congressional nomination, will
hold a - fund raising Health-
workers Party for him tonight
at the National Guard Armory,
223 E. Ann, from 9 a.m. to 1
a. m.
The Spartacist League/Revo-
lutionary Communist Youth
holds its third in a series of
classes on Marxism and wom-
en's oppression Monday at 8
pp. m. in the Michigan Union
Rm. 2209. The discussion will
focus on women's oppression
under Stalin.
This weekend, high-wheel bi-
cycles will arrive in Ann Arbor
again as part of the city's ses-
quicentennial celebration. The
old - fashioned big - wheel bikes
will parade on Main St. at 1
p. m. today, and on Sunday at
11 a. m. they will race at Pio-
neer High School.

(bulCwar,..l xaarse1,sut.,noeca saa~krtc
CaP'm nyoned
Ia el
vwhatCouIo
Probably not. All thingsconsidered you do
what you do pretty doggone well. After all, no one
has taken your job. And youd eating regularly.
But...
But have you ever considered what doing your
job just a little better might mean?
Money. Cold hard coin of the realm.
If each of us cared just a smidge more about
what we do for a living, we could actually turn that
inflationary spiral around. Better products, better
service and better management would mean savings
for all of us. Savings of much of the cash and frayed
nerves it's costing-us now for repairs and inefficiency
-'Point two..By taking more pride in our work
we'll more than likely see America regaining its
strength inthecompetitive world trade arena. When
the balance of payments swings our way again we'll
allbe better off economically.
So yousee-theonly person who can really
do what you doany better is you.
AuN iMeft on wo
'lha N~o" oambifss /M lrW iil5sSl~.lk

TV-
tontigrht
6:30 4 13 NBC News -- Tea
Brokaw
7 24 Reasoer Report
11 CBS News-Dan Rather
30 June waye-Intervlew
-57 Carraseoendas
7:00 2 CBSNews--Dan Rather
4 George Pierrot
7 Towa Meeting
9 Police Surgeon
11 Bee Haw
13.50 Lawrence welk
24 Wrestling
30Y 'n.Owe it To Yourself
56 Renoir-Profile
7:30 2 wild, wild world of
Anilmas
4 Amercan Lifestyle
7 world of Survival
9 Van Patrick Sports
30 Consumer Game
5 Masterpiece Theatre
8:00 2 1 ABl in the Family
4 13 Emergncy!
7 24 Partridge Family
A Time to Sing
20 Movie
"Dagora, the Space Monster"
(Japanese; 1963)
30 Washngon Week in
Rseview-Washingtonreview
50 That Good Ole Nashville
Music
9:30 2 1 MA*S*H -
7 24 Coahes All-America
Football Game
9Movie
The Night of the Generals."
(197)
Peter OToole, Omar Sharif
30 5 Woman Alive!-Report
50 Dragnet
9:00 2 11 Mary Tyler Moore
4 13 Movie
-"I want to Live!" 195
Susan Hayward
50 Perry Mason
9:30 Bob Newhart
20 Temple Baptist Church
30 Joyce at 34-Documentary
56 Shall we Have a King?
-Report
10:00 2 11 Nobody's Perfect-
Variety
20 Seven Hundred Club
30 Bill Moyers' Journal
50 Lou Gordon
10:30 30 woman
11:00 2 11 News
9 CBC News-George Finstad
11:15 9 A Look Back
11:20 4 13 News
11:30 2 Movie
"Porgy and Bess" (1959)
Sidney Poitier, Dorothy Dan-
dridge, Sammy Davis Jr.,
Pearl Bailey
7 News
9Movie
"The True Story. of Jesse
James." (1957)
Robert wagner
11 Movie
"while the City sleeps"
(1956) Dana Andrews
24 ABC News
50 Movie
"The Mermaids of Tiburon"
(1962)
11:45 7 ABs News
24 Don Kirshner's Rock
Concert
11:50 4 Johnny Carson
13 Movie
'Mission in Morocco." 1959
12:00 7 Movie
"Mutiny on the Bounty."
1962
Macon Brando, Trevor ow-
ard
1:20 4 News
1:30 2 Moie
'Deadly Game." (English;
1954)
11 13 News
3:002 Divorce Court
Daily Official Bulletin
Day Calendar
Saturday, June 22
Wt7OM: attorney Gerald Res
speaks on "roblems i Obtaalg
Patents." 1:15 p.m. andJasRv"si-
ited. 5:15 p.m., 91.7 MHz.
Sunday, June 23
WUOM: Rev. Jhn tangan on
"The Attitude and Moral of St,
Thomnas":15 p.m. and Early Mu-
sic Consort of London; Five Con-
turies of Popular Muaic: Middle
Ages to Renaissance, 8:00 p.m.
Monday, June 24
WUOM: drama critic Clive Brnes
speaks on "The Art of Theatrical
criucism," 91.7 iSM , 10:00 a..
Macromolecular Research Ctr.: Z.
Tedluk, peof. at Polish Acemy
of Scienem, on "Mechanom of on-
Ic Coordinaton Polymeriaton of
Epoy-Aldehydms," 1200 Chem., 4
p.m.
musc School: carMion recital, U-
M carillon students, Burton Tower,
7 p.m,
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXIV, No. 33-s
Saturday, June 2, 94

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