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Saturday, May 13, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

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B52s pound An Loc

(Continued from Page 1)
In a prepared statement issued
before the U.S. communique the
North Vietnamese would not ne-
gotiate "under military pres-
sure."
In the central highlands, U.S.
military sources reported that
an unspecified number of non-
essential American military
p e r s o n n e l including clerks,
State to vote
f'or delegates
(Continued from Page 3)
While 220 are running pledged
to Sen. George McGovern (D-
S.D.), 84 are pledged to Rep.
Shirley Chisholm (D-N.Y.), 56
are committed to Sen. Edmund
Muskie (D-Me.), three to Sen.
Humphrey (D-Minn.), and two
each to Sen. Henry Jackson (D-
Wash.) and Alabama Guy.
George Wallace. However, 122
Democratic precinct delegate
candidates are running uncom-
mitted.
On the "Republican side, 179
candidates are pledged to Pres-
ident Richard Nixon and 70
candidates are running uncom-
mitted. One optimistic candi-
date is pledged to Rep. Paul
McCluskey (H-Cal.) who has
withdrawn from the presidential
race.
LAE, New Guinea (R) -
Two Good Samaritans, trying to
get a friend out of gaol, were
unwittingly responsible for get-
ting him a six months sen-
tence.
The friends applied to bail
him out, using the man's cor-
rect name, without knowing
that he had given police a false
name. Police then charged their
prisoner with using a false
name.
Military radar that trans-
lates its target findings into au-
dible signals can distinguish
between men and women.
Rent your
Roommate with
a Classified Ad

nurses and supply workers have
been evacuated from Pleiku to'
Nha Trang in anticipation of fur-
ther fighting.
There are about 2,800 Ameri-
cans in Pleiku. The city is 27
miles south of Kontum, consider-
ed the next objective of North
Vietnamese forces in the high-
lands.
The U.S. Command said the
latest air losses raised to 78 the
number of U.S. aircraft reported
lost in Indochina since the start
of the North Vietnamese offen-
sive March 30. These include 40
planes and 38 helicopters. U.S.
casualties reported by the com-
mand in the air losses are 64
k i l l e d, 70 missing and 20
wounded.
1-111Pelect
new. part
tofficials
By JOHN ADAMS
The Human Rights Party
(HRP) of Ann Arbor elected a
new party coordinator, two city
committee co-ordinators ad
eight new steering commttee
members at a mass meeting held
this week at HRP headquarters.
Bob Alexander was elected
HRP coordinator and says he will
"work for a really democratic,
tough organizations
David Kahill and Susan St: t,-
erwalt were elected chairpersons
for the city committee.
This committee will work with
City Council members Nancy
Wechsler (HRP-Second Ward)
and Jerry De Grieck (HRP-First
Ward) as liaisons to inform the
party of any relevant C i t y
Council business. They will also
act as an advisory body for the
party.
Linda Butler, Tom Coui, Ro-
bert Hefner, Mike Minnich. Pet-
er Mitchell Mary Ann Moris
Susan Newell and Geri Spruig
were elected members of the
steering committee.
The steering committee decid-
es on the methods to implement
party decisions made at the
mass meetings. In addition, they
work to carry out the' pslictes
of the party platform.
The steering committee w i ll1
also work toward the election
of three HREP members to the
Ann Arbor school board on the
June 6 election.

CORRECTION
The Daily incorrectly re-
ported Thursday that presi-
dential candidate Shirley
Chisholm "announced re-
cently that she may drop
aut of the California and
New York primaries and
urge hersupporters" to vote
r George McGovern. She
has not.

BEET MIDRASH
PROGRAM IN JEWISH STUDIES
Late registration-
Monday and Tuesday, May 15-16
at Hillel, 1429 Hill

THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
FAMILY APAR=0TMVENTS
for University Students, Faculty & Staff
For a limited time only the Housing Office will accept appli-ca-
tions for three bedroom apartments from present tenants and
applicants who previously have only been eligible for residency
in two bedroom apartments.
Present Northwood tenants will be given first priority for this
living arrangement providing they have requested it through the
Housing Office.
For more information visit the Housing Information Office, 1011
Student Activities Building or call 763-3168.

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Contact:
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