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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, May 19, 1972

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, May 19, 1972

MCAT-DAT-GRE Dem. candidates look
LSATATGSB to California primary
NAT'L. BDS.
By The Associated Press dorsement from Coretta King,
* Preparation for tests required for Sens. Hubert Humphrey (D- widow of Martin Luther King.
admission to graduate and pro- Mtnn.) and Geotge McGovetn He also has the support of sev-
fessonal schools Mn. n ereM~vr
0 Six and twele s Ossion groups D-S.D.) opened their California eral black leaders including Jul-
* Sma l sesion fr primary campaigns yesterday in ian Bond and Rev. Jesse Jack-
* Volugroups a race for the state's 271 con- son.
s prepoared by experts m vention votes in the June 6 Humphrey challenged McGov-
study winner-take-all presidential pri- er . to a series of televised de-
* Lesson schedule can be tailored mary. bates yesterday. He said, "The
to meet individual needs McGovern received an en- new politics is the politics that
_______________________ M~ovcn eceved an ti- is open, filled with discussion,
Summer Sessions debates and dialogue."
Special Compact Courses McGovern staff aides in Cali-
Weekends-Intersessions TV & Stereo RentIs fornia said the debate challenge
had not yet reached their of-
STANLEY H. KAPLAN $10.00 per month fice. McGovern stayed in Cali-
EDUCATIONAL CENTER fornia only long enoug to re-
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_____________________ _____________________ lace.
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CORETTA KING announces her endorsement of Sen. George
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by The Associate'd Press

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MALAGASY REPUBLIC President Philibart Tsiranana turn-
ed over full powers of the country to Gen. Gabriel Ramanantsoa
yesterday after six days of anti-regime riots, strikes and demon-
strations.
The trouble was set of f last Friday when 400 student leaders who
demanded an end to the French-oriented curriculum at Tanarive
University and new emphasis on. Malagasy tradition and culture were
arrested.
Rioting broke out on Saturday and workers joined students
to call a general strike in response to Tsiranana's proclamation of a
state of emergency.
A $13.2 MILLION CUT in the United States dues payment to
the United Nations was approved yesterday by the House.
The reduction was made in a $4.58 billion appropriation bill
financing the State Department and several other agencies for the
fiscal year starting July 1. The bill now goes to the Senate.
THE BRITISH LINER Queen Elizabeth was subject to an
anonymous bomb threat last night. A caller" threatened to blow
up the ship in mid-Atlantic unless he was paid $350,000 in ransom.
He said two accomplices would activate six bombs unless his
demand is met by Cunard, the ship's owners.
The British Defense Ministry dispatched a bomb disposal team
by air to parachute into the sea near the liner, reported about five
hundred miles northwest of the Azores.

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