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Page Eight
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, June 13, 1972

Chilean cabinet
offers to resign
as tension rises
SANTIAGO, Chile (U) - President Salvador Allende's
Cabinet offered to resign yesterday amid growing anti-
Marxist opposition in Chile and internal dissension in the
leftist government.
A terse announcement from the presidential palace
said the 13 Cabinet ministers handed in letters of resigna-
tion to facilitate Allende in any planned changes within his
Popular Unity coalition.
Allende can accept or reject the resignations.
Allende and coalition officials have been holding secret

Kissinger in Japan
Presidential advisor Henry Kissinger, seated second from left,
enjoys a soft drink during a break in a round of talks with offic-
ers of Japan's ruling Liberal-Democratic Party.

meetings for the last two
weeks seeking a solution to
an internal crisis which
threatens to split the gov-
erning Popular Unity alli-
ance.
As Chile's economic difficul-
ties have worsened and opposi-
tion to the government has
grown, one section of the coali-
tion has urged an "acceleration
of the revolutionary process,"
notably some members of Al-
lende's Socialist party.
But the orthodox, Moscow-
line Communists have urged a
government clampdown on the

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Yale ends
programs
for ,ROTC
NEW HAVEN, Conn. tP) -
Yale University, which formed
the nation's first Reserve Of-
ficer Training Corps unit in 1916,
formally ended the military pro-
gam on its campus yesterday.
In a simple ceremony before
commencement exercises for
2,30iiundergraduaes and grad-
uate degree candidates, commis-
sions were presented to Yale's
last four Navy ensigns, its ias
Army second lieutenants and 10
Reserve officers from both
branches of the service.
The Army and Navy both an-
nounced in 1970 they were phas-
ing out their programs at Yale
in the face of a University de-
cision to strip them of academic
credit.
The decision had come after
student protests about the pro-
gram.
Yale set up its Army ROTC
unit on student request shortly
after Congress created the Re-
serve Officer Training Corps in
1916, on the eve of American
entry into World War I.
The Army unit at Yale sup-
plied a number of field artillery
officers for the fight against Ger-
many, and a grateful French
government afterward presented
the university with a canon field
piece known as a "French 75."
In 1926, Yale was again a
founder of a national ROTC pro-
gram, this time as one of six
colleges setting up branches of
the then-new Naval ROTC.
Yesterday's ceremonies form-'
ally closed the Naval ROTC seg-
ment.
The Army segment had finish-
ed its training 1 a s t year, but
some who had been enrolled did-
n't complete work for their un-
dergraduyate degrees until yes-
terday.

Salvador Allende
activities of ultraleft groups.
which it claims have impaired
the government's programs to
"open the doors to socialism"
in Chile.
The leftist groups have led
peasant seizures of private
farms in rural areas and staged
factory occupations in cities to
force the government to accel-
erate state control of the econ-
omy.
Except in a few instances, po-
lice have not interfered with
the takeovers.
Allende is expected to address
the nation sometime this week
as rumors circulate in the capi-
tal of an impending Cabinet
shakeup.
It appeared from various re-
ports that Allende will come out
for the Communists' moderate
approach.

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