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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Po Nine

Friday, May 12, 1972

Alaskan oil pipeline
authorized by govt.
WASHINGTON (,P - Secretary of the Interior Rogers
Morton announced yesterday his decision to authorize
construction of the controversial Trans-Alaska oil pipeline,
stalled for two years by a court injunction.
Seven oil companies in partnership as the Alyeska
Pipeline Service Co. plan to build the pipeline 48 inches in
diameter across federal land to carry hot oil from Alaska's
North Slope to a tanker port at Valdez on its southern coast.
Conservation groups, however, have secured a temporary
U.S. District Court injunction against the pipeline. They have
argued that the pipeline itself
could break because of earth- -"
quakes, landslides, or other A1Xon O s
mishaps, spilling oil.
Environmental groups also
claim that the pipeline's heat increase in
would melt permanently frozen
land along its path and that
tankers waiting at the end of the
line would create chronic oil 1
pollution at sea and the threat
of major spills. WASHINGTON /) - Actin
Morton said, however, that to offset insufficient U.S. produc-
after months of deliberation he tion, President Nixon yesterday
has concluded that granting the approved a 15 per cent increase
Alaskan route is in the national in oil imports for the remainder
interest of 1972.
« ........................ _..,..__..........: -: He signed a p rocla m ation per-
mitting a boost of 230,000 b sirels
DAILY OFFICIAL a day in the quotas o imports
of crude and unfinished oil
BULLETIN from the Middle East.
It was the fourth time since
February, 1970 that import lev-
FIDAY, MAY els have been raised because cf
reports oil production has nit
Baseball:. Michigan vs. Ohio State kept up with increasing de -
idaubi header), FiheFied studnt iands.
admitted on T.D. card, faculty on ath-
etic card. 2 pm. Oil specialists have said the
internatianai Folk Dnne: Babour United States will probably de-
ym, a-i pm. pend on imports for 46 per cent
UMMER PLACEMENT of its national oil reqiremncits
Environmentai Potetion Aeny, by 190.
Washington, D.C. Info on summer pro-
gram covering various phases of en-
vironmentai investigaiion. cntact Ms./
LaStack, 3200 SAB, phone 764-7460 for de- BILLIARDS
tails and applications. Deadline May 22
- __ -PING PONG
Skydiving BOWLING
SAT. & SUN. FOOS BALL
Tecumseh, Mich. -UNION-
423-7879
MAY ANN ARBOR
PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP
"The Professional Approach"
This is a 5-WEEK WORKSHOP
(once a week from 1-4 P.M. or
from 7-10 P.M.) with a "pro-
fessional app roa ch" to the
market place. Will a picture
sell? What are the artistic and
technical requirements of today?
J On this basis, you will learn by
a octually dong ityourself
not reading about it. Student,
take, their pictures under con-
trolled studio lighting conditions,
develop their film in oau labora-
tory, and evaluate, print and
enlarge their pictures under ex-
pert guidance. -
Subjects of special student in-
terest include: composition, light-
ing, m u r a I s, spotting prints
equipment types and pushing
ASA. The student uses his own
camera. ALL OTHER MATE-
RIALS AND EQUIPMENT ARE
SUPPLIED.
Registration ends May 24, 1972
Weekday and evening classes for
Photo by the MAY WORKSHOP begin May
JIM BUSCHMANN 29, 1972.
einners$50 Advanced $60
$20 deposit required with registration

AN "OPEN HOUSE" FOR PERSPECTIVE
STUDENTS WILL BE HELD Wednesday,
May 17 and Monday, May 22 at 7:30 p.m.
Come to the "Open House" or write or call for further information
Ann Arbor Photography Workshop
Sight and Sound Inc., School of Photography
7155 Jackson Road, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Telephone: (313) 665-3316

Q 1972 Jon. Schlitz Brewing Co., Milwaukiee and othet great cities.
TAURUS, A
APRIL 20-MAY 20.
C
You've entered the zone of
Taurus the Bull.'
Schlitz Malt Liuor is always there.
If life seems to be hitting you with more boldness
than usual, it's not your imagination. It's the influence
of Taurus. He has that effect.
If you ve run into Schlitz Malt Liquor, you already
know the Bull's characteristics. And you know the Bull is
there whenever you want bold, dependable good taste.
Even if you're of a quieter sign, you'll be drawn by the
relentless energies of Taurus the Bull. Just be prepared.
Because there's no denying the dominating boldness of
Schlitz Malt Liquor

I

Nobody makes n

nalt liquor like Schlitz. Nobody.

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A aTE
PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES
1. Buy a bunch of Flair pens. You need 3 Congratulations! You have created a
raydblackorangepurple yellow and genuine lull color portrait of someone
blte, (Yeu need Iheisianyway torsthoolt ,; you knot sod love' Maybe. If he or tbe
2. Now-tcolor in bhe picture according to is vol your favorite pietidential candi-
these olor guide nupbers (10) Cray (1) date aveupatiente .You'llsee yourtavor-
Black (6). Orange (9). Purple (7). Yellow ite soon in the Flair Election Collection!
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