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May 26, 1972 - Image 7

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Friday, May 26, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Fridy, My 2, 192 TE MIHIGN DALY age eve

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North Viets hit Kontum;
attack appears stopped

(Continued from Page 1)
tacked some of the biggest power
plants and major bridges in the
Hanoi-Haiphong industrial com-
plex, the U.S. Command report-
ed. Two Navy jets, an F8 Cru-
sader and A7 Corsair, were lost
in the raids, with one pilot mis-
sing and the other rescued un-
hurt.
Pilots reported heavy damage
to two big power plants that
had not been hit since bombing
of North Vietnam was suspended
by then-President Lyndon John-
son in 1968. -The Haiphong
highway and railroad bridge was
reported knocked out, and raids
continued against rail lines link-
ing Hanoi with China.
North Vietnam claimed Ameri-
can planes rocketed and bombed
dikes and water systems in a
half dozen communities in Thai
Binh Province on Wednesday.
A North Vietnamese news
agency dispatch also said the
city of Nam Ninh was attacked
and a textile factory, a theater,
a pagoda and schools were hit.
Twenty-three persons were kill-
ed or wounded in the textile
plant and there were another 19
casualties elsewhere in the city,
the report added.
In the south, where the Sai-
gon government appeared on the
verge of a major victory a week
ago, a relief column trying to
reach the beleaguered provin-
cial capital of An Loc battled

enemy forces throughout the
day. Delayed reports said the
government troops had suffered
as many as 200 casualties since
their planned final push to
break the 49-day-old siege bog-
ged down along Highway 13.
At the same time, South Viet-
namese marines repulsed an at-
tack on the northern front
above the old imperial city of
Hue as other marines returning
from a raid into enemy-held
Suang Tri Province brought out
about 1,800 refugees.
The marine raid fell short of
its objective of clearing a North
Vietnamese regiment from the
"Street Without Joy" but dem-
onstrated the marines' offensive
capability, said one senior Amer-
ican military adviser.
Two marine battalions that
landed by helicopter and am-
phibious landing craft four or
five miles behind enemy lines
Wednesday returned to govern-
ment-held territory yesterday.
A third battalion that was to
sweep north to meet the other
two was reported still fighting
the enemy on the coastal end
of the defense line.
The adviser said the two bat-
talions had to sweep down the
beach instead of coming down
the inland Route 555, named the
Street Without Joy by French
forces who suffered heavy cas-
ualties there 20 years ago.
The North Vietnamese proved
to be strong, and the marines
had to spend time caring for
the refugees as well as fighting,
the adviser said. But he said
"they showed they can make an
anphibious landing, which will
scare them all the way up to
Hanoi."
Marine sources said the claim
of enemy killed in the operation
would total 600 to 800. The Viet
Cong's Liberation radio claimed
200 marines killed and two heli-
copters shot down when ,the
raiders were ambushed.
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Weekend whirlwind
If you have suggestions for future columns - travel ideas, block
parties,music, fun and games - please sendthem to Rose Sue Berstein,
c/o The Daily, 420 Maynard St., by Wednesday each week. Happy weekend.
Movies
Campus--The French Connection and The Magus
Michigan-The Godfather
State-Skyjacked
Fifth Forum-The Decameron
Wayside-Slaughterhouse Five
Fox Village-Cabaret
Cinema Guild-On the Waterfront (Fri. and Sat., 7 and
9:05 p.m.)
Cinema II-Rosemary's Baby (Fri.); 'X'-The Man with
the X-Ray Eyes (Sat.); 7 and 9 p.m.
Music
The Ark-Jim Kweskin, 8:30, $1.50
Golden Falcon-Opus IV
Lums-RFD Boys
Pretzel Bell-Roy Bookbinder and Woody Mann (Fri. and
Sat.)
Bimbo's-The Gaslighters (Fri. and Sat.)
The Del Rio-Jazz band every Sunday
Odyessey-Niagara (Fri. and Sat.)
Other Events
LOCAL
Ann Arbor Dance Theatre-at the Conspiracy; Fri., Sat.
at 8:30; Sun. at 2:30 and 8:30. $1.00 at the door.
Under Milkwood, Pioneer High School (Fri., Sat., 8 p.m.,
$1.00)
Farmers Market open Saturday 8-3
Community organic garden at North Campus open daily
Graduate Outing Club-outside Rackham Hall, Sunday,
1:30 p.m.
NOT TOO FAR
Monster Matinee-Son of Dracula, and Flash Gordon;
Detroit Institute of Art, 11 a.m., 2 p.m.10c.
Tour wineries in Paw Paw, Mich. Free samples!
Steve Miller, Herbie Hancock Sextet, Shoo Bee Doo-
Oakland University, tonight, 8 p.m.; $5.00
Ike and Tina Turner-Cobo Arena, tonight 8 p.m. $6,
$5, $4.
Music Marathon in Ford Auditorium-Sickle Cell Ane-
mia Benefit, 8 p.m. Sunday
James Brown-Cobo Arena, Mon., 8 p.m. $6, $5, $4

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