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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

In the news this morning

International
LONDON - A British doctor's claim that
babies were conceived in test tubes and then
placed in their mothers' wombs raised con-
fusion and doubt in British medical circles
yesterday. Dr. Douglas Bevis, a professor of
obstetrics and gynecology at the University of
Leeds, said Monday three babies had been
conceived in this way, one of them in Britain.
Bevis personally was not involved in the three
cases, but claimed knowledge of 'hem. He re-
fused to give the names of the doctors, par-
ents or children involved. Since he made the
claim no other scientist has come forward to
corroborate it. Two of Britain's leading experts
in the field expressed doubts and concern about
the claim, which could eventually benefit
women unable to have children because of
blocked fallopian tubes.
National
SAN ANTONIO, Tex. - Elmer Wayne Hen-
ley, convicted in the sex-torture Houston mass
murder case, was sentenced yesterday to six
99-year prison terms. A jury convicted Henley

on Monday of six of the 27 murders and then
deliberated SS minutes today before returning
its decision on the sentence. Henley's attorney
said the convictions will be appealed.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Sen. Edward Gurn-
ey (R-Fla.), pleaded innocent yesterday to
federal charges stemming from a secret $233,-
000 fund. Gurney, a member of the Senate
Watergate Committee, and six other men were
indicted last week by a grand jury. The charg-
es stem from a fund allegedly collected in
Gurney's behalf from Florida builders hoping
for influence with federal housing officials.
After pleading innocent to charges of con-
spiracy, bribery, cover-up and perjury, Gur-
ney told reporters that he intends to complete
his term and at the moment is still a candi-
date for re-election in the fall.
Weather
It's a good day to view the Art Fair today.
The weatherman predicts mostly sunny skies
with highs in the low 80's and nighttime lows
near 60's. Winds will be variable between
seven and 12 mph.

TV
tonight
6:30 2 11 CBS News-
Walter Cronkite
4 13 NBC News-
John Chancellor
7 ABC News-Smith/
Reasoner
9 5 Dream of Jeannie
20 Nanny and the Professor
30 Book Best
56 Fore
7:00 2 Truth or Consequences .'
4 News
7 To Tell the Truth
9 Beverly Hiblllles
11 To Teal she Troth
t3 What's My Line?
20 Rifleman
24 Dealer's Choice
30 Speakting Freely
so untouchables
56 Detroit Blaclt Journal
57 Eletric Company
7:3802 What's My Line?
4 24 sale of the Century
7 ozzie's Girls
9 Bewitched-Comedy
1t Treasure Mont
13 Truth or Consequences
20 Rogues
56 U.s. industrial Film
Festival
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXIV No. 42-S
Wednesday, July 17, 1974
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as the University of Miecigan. News
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RENTALS
STEREOS TVs
AIR CONDITIONERS
guaronteed repair
service done ight
in our shop
Hi Fi Studio
215 S. ASHLEY
668-7942 769-0342

Wednesday, July 17, 1974
57 Lilias, Yoga and yu
8:00 2 11 Tony Orlando &O
Dawn
4 13 A New Ball Games fM
Willie Mayo
7 24 The Cowboys
9 Ian Tyson-Muse
30 Potpourri
50 Mcale's Navy
56 It's T.onMoney
57 Behind the Lines
9:30 7 24 Movie
"She Lives"
9 Target the Impossibis
20 Judd for the Defen
30 Ohio This Week
50 Merv Griffin
56 Boboqolvari
9:00 2 11 Baseball
4 13 Movie
"The Way West''19W'
9 News
30 Toledo City Counel
56 57 Hollywood Television
Theatre
9:30 9 Document
20S Seven Hundred Club
10:00 7 24 ABC News Closeup
9 Play's The Thing
50 Perry Mason
56 Fanfare
'57 Mus of the People
10:30 57 Day at Night
11:00 4 7 13 24 News
9 CBC News--
Lloyd Robertson
50 Night Gallery
11:302 9 11 News
4 13 Johnny Carson
7 24 Wide World Special
20 Jimmy Swaggert
5f0 Movie
'The Reformer and the
Redhead" 1956
12:00 2 Movie
'Hong Kong Farewell."
11 Movie
"John Goldfarb, Please
Come Home." 1964
1:00 4 Tomorrow
7 13 News
2:00 2 Movie
'The Sleepingf Car
Murder" (French, 1965)
4 Shadows on the Wall
Around A
The AFSCME organizing com-
mittee for clericals will meet to-
aight at 7:30 at 611 Church St.,
Rm. 2029.
The Audio-Visual Cen-er Pre-
sets a series of films on Art,
highlighted by Christo's Valley
Curtain. The show sharts at 7
p.m. in MLB, Aud. 3 and it's
free.
The Women's Crisis Center
urges all rape victims to call
them at 761-WISE. The center
has a medical fund for medical
exams and follow up treatment
both physical and psychological.

ERMANDO OLMI'S
IL POSTO (THE JOB)

1961

A protest against dehumanization-Italian style. A young boy arrives in
Milan and gradually becomes yet another cog in the clerical machine of a
gigantic company. A poignant, poetic fim in the neo-realist tradition that
won international awards and critical acclaim for director Olmi.
SHAKESPEARE WEEKEND
FRI.: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (1929)
SAT.: Laurence Oliver's HAMLET

cinema guild

Tonight at
7:30 and 9:30

ARCHITECTURE
AUDITORIUM
Adm. $1

Special Free Showings at Ann Arbor Art Fair (At dusk-10 p.m.-Physics and Astronomy
TONIGHT: EARLY COMEDY CLASSICS
SHORTS: Chaplin's ONE A.M., Lloyd's HAUNTED SPOOKS, Laurel and Hardy's
LAUGHING GAS
FEATURE: Buster Keaton's SEVEN CHANCES
TOMORROW NIGHT: (At dusk-10 p.m.-on the stage at Main and Huron)
Films mode in the 1890's (Edison, Cumiere, and Meues)
CRAMOUEBILLE (A French Morality Satire)
THE
SAVE THE WHALES
CAMPAIGN
* International Whaling Commission-Stockholm, 19172-53-0 vote in
favor of 10 year moratorium on whale killing (Japan ostained).
* United Nations-1972-Resolution in support of IWC banning killing
of sperm (Moby Dick), killer, and other species of wholes facing
extinction.
" U.S. Senate and House of Representatives-1972-unanimous.
* Russia joins Japan-1973-Refuse to abide by IWC and U.N. decisions.
Boycott SONY &
Soviet goods
YOU CAN HELP !
Come to the Fair. Sign the BOYCOTT Petition.
Look for our flag at Tinker Works Booth.
Main Street Art Fair
Main St. south of Liberty St.

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