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Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY

In th
National

e news this morning

WASHINGTON - U.S. District Judge John
Si -ica postponed the Watergate cover-up trial
fot three months, at the prodding of the
U.S Court of Appeals in Washington. Sirica
reset the start of the trial, which involves
some of former President Richard Nixon's
chief White House and campaign aides, for
Sept. A. He said he still hoped to complete
the trial by Christmas. Sirica acted after the
Appeals Court had suggested, but not ordered,
that he delay the trial three to four weeks to
allow lawlers more time to prepare their
cases.
WASHINGTON - The Senate passed and
sent to President Ford a pension reform bill
giving stronger protection to 35 to 40 million
employes covered by private pension plans.
The President is expected to sign the bill soon.
The measure under study by Congress for
years, would guarantee full vesting or perm-

anent rights to pensions. It would require that
all plans be fully funded and would create a
government insurance plan to pay benefits
when a private plan fails.
WASHINGTON - The government revised
its latest estimate of the nation's total output
of goods and services, listing the drop in
output from April through June as less than
1 per cent. The three-month period was the
second quarter in a row to register a drop
in real output, the Gross National Product.
Two such quarters of decline are a primary
indicator of recession.
Weather
Looks like a nice weekend ahead. Today
will be sunny and slightly cooler with high
temperature in the high 70's to lower 80's. To-
night's low will be in the mid 50's. There's
a slight chance of showers this morning. Winds
will be out of the west-northwest at 10-18

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Daily Official Bulletin
Friday, August 23
Day Calendar
WUOM: Capt. Jacques Coustftu,
oceanographser & explorer, on "An
Artificial Environment for an Arti-
ficial Planet," 10:00 am.
Hosp Cam for Women: W10410
Hosp, noon.
MusiS.: Roberta Pauline, so-
prano, Recital Hall, 5 pm.
MICH IGAN
UNION
BILLIARDS
STAND
STYLING
open during
Exams & Break

TV
tonight,
6:00 2 4 7 11 03 News
Andy Grifeith
20 Leave It To Beaver
24 ABC News-Smith/
Reasoner w
30 Hodgepodge Lodge -
50 Asengers
56 Antiques
57 Sesame Street
6:30 4 13 NBC News--John
Chancellor
7 ABC News-Smith/
Reasoner
9 1 Dream of Jeannie
11 CBS News-Walter
Cronkite
20 Nanny and the Professor
24 Dick Van Dyke
30 Man Builds, Man
Destroys
56 Book Beat
7:00 2 CBS News-Walter
Cronkite
4 News
7 To Tell the Truth
9 Beverly Hillbillies
11 To Tel the Truth
13 What's My Line?
20 Rifleman
24 Dealer's Choice
30 56 Aviation Weather
50 Untouehables
57 Electric Company
7:30 2 13 Truth or
Consequences
4H ollywood Squares
7 Secrets of the Deep
9 Bewitched
11 Wild, Wild World of
Animals
20 Movie
"Attach of the Mushroom
People" (Japanese; 1963)
24 Ozzie's Girls
30 Black Perspective on
Oh eNews
56 Black perspective on
the News
57 Ohio This Week
8:00 2 11 Your Hit Parade
4 13 Sanford and Son
7 24 Brady Bunch
9 Pig and Whistle
30 56 Washington Week in
Review
50 McHale' sNavy
57 Washington Week in
Review
8:30 2 11 Good Times
4 13 Brian Keith
7 24 Six Million Dollar Man
O Rn Route
30 56 57 Wall Street Week
50 Mere Griffin
9:00 2 11 Movie
"The Prime of Miss Jean
Brodie"
4 13 Movie-Drama
"Flight from Ashiya" (1964)
9 News
20 Good News
30 57 Masterpiece Theatre
561 Fanfare
9:30 7 24 odd Couple
9 Sports Scene
20 700 Club
10:00 7 24 Toma
9 Ronnie Prophet
30 International
Performance
50 Perry Mason
56 Great American Dream
Machine
57 Aviation Weather
10:30 57 Day at Night
11:00 2 4 7 51 13 24 News
9 CBC News-Lloyd Robertson
20 Happy Goodman
50 Sixth Sense
11:20 5 News
11:30 2 Movie
"Woman Times Seven." (1967)
4 13 Johnny Carson

Friday, August 23, 1974
11 students
win Hopwood
awards
11 University students shared
$700 of prize money in the 1974
Summer Hopwood Awards, the
Hopwood Committee announced
yesterday at an afternoon tea in
Angell Hall.
Committee chairman Lemuel
Johnson praised both winners
and losers for agreeing to sub-
mit their works to the tough
criticism Hopwood manuscripts
receive.
"Some measure of quality has
been stamped on these mam-
scripts," Johnson said. "I think
that is the first step in achiev-
ing an independence with your
work"
The Hopwood Awards, given
from a substantial trust present-
ed to the University in the
twenties by comic playwright
Avery Hopwood, are considered
to be among the most prestig-
ious creative writing awards in
the country. Previous recipients
include Arthur Miller and es-
sayist Max Apple.
Winners yesterday were:
In drama John D. Chapman,
$50.
In the essay - Joan P. tn-
derson, $75; Nancy J. Moncrieff,
$75: Anne S. Leiman, $50.
In fiction - Alonso R. iidge,
$75: Robert L. Allman, $50;
John T. Thompson, $50.
In oetry - Sanna A. Baker,
$75: Mshezin Teinni, $75- Jef-
frey S. Weishra. $75; William
C. F.tlrin..~tnn. 'toll otanrt oe-
try Award ($75). Kathleen Ken-
ny.
7 24 Wide World Special
11 Movie
"scream and Scream
Again" (English; 1970)
50 Movie
"42nd Sireet." (1933)
12:00 9 Movie
"Earth vs the Flying Saucers"
(19556)
1:00 4 13 Midnighi Special
7 Don Kirshner's Rock Con-
cert
1:20 11 News
1:30 2 Movie
"The Crystal Ball." (1943)
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXIV, No. 69-S
Friday, August 23, 1974
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O71
FRIDAY: Milos Forman's 1971
TAKING OFF
Czech director Formon (Loves of a Blonde, Fireman's Ball) made this
entertaining and meaningful Generation Gap film. It's an extremely
funny film that takes a larin look at the utter inability of parents to
penetrate the spontaneous world of youth. See your parents learn to get
hiqh. Lynn Carlin, Buck Henry, Linnea Heacock, the Ike and Tina
Turner Revue.
SATURDAY: Edward Sedgwick's (silent) 1928
THE CAMERAMAN
As polished a piece of work as the treat comedian Buster Keaton ever
turned out. For years this film was shown to new employees at MGM as
the ideal of solid comedy structure. Armed with an antique motion pic-
ture camera, street photographer Keaton seeks fame and fortune as a
news cameraman. Buster Keaton, Marceline Day, Harold Goodwin
Shows Both Nights, 7:30 & 9:30 ANGELL HALL
CINEMA tickets on sale AUD. A
at 6:30 p.m. oadm. $1

UNIVEPSITY PLAYEPS
PRESENTS
IPEOPLE APE BETTEP
OFF IN ZOOS
A PLAY ABOUT THE PARIS COMMUNE OF 1871
BY NEW YOPK PLAYWRIGHT AidrCef Wifwcr
' t.
FIIEE ADIMi2ON
AuGusT 22-24, 0 IPM, ARtENA THEATRE, FIIEZE BLDG.
children under twelve not admitted

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