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Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY

N. Viets hit
near Saigon
(Continued from Paget)
tanks, bunkers and gn meplace-
ments. '
A U.S. communique said the
strikes raised to 10 the number
of tanks destroyed in (he past
week by American planes on the
northern front.
The 7th Fleet guided missile
cruiser Providence and three de-
stroyers also pounded North
Vietnamese positions, a r o u n d
Quang Tr, capital of the coun-
try's northernmost province.
In fighting f u r t he r south,
around two hilltop positions near
Hue known as Checkmate and
Bastogne, 21 Communists were
killed, the S a i g o n command
claimed. The former imperial
capital was hit by nine 122mm
artillery shells and one civilian
was wounded, the command
added.
Two Americans were slightly
wounded in separate actions, the
U.S. Command reported, one was
injured by a booby trap nine
miles southwest of Da Nang and
the other during a shelling attack
in Long Thanh district, 20 miles
east of Saigon.
. Overcast skies cut strikes by
U.S. warplanes over North Viet-
nam to 230 but the command
said 15 bridges were knocked
out by the bombing. One of the
bridges was hit by 1,000-pound
video bombs beamed by small
television cameras imbedded in
the nose of the explosives.
Dens OK
Shriver
(Continued from Page 3)
made their choice with greater
care.
"We gather strength from the
tribulation of Tom Eagleon who
forfieted his place on the ticket
to advance other hopes for the
country," McGovern said.
When Eagleton appeared on
the platform, along with Sens.
Edward K'nnedy, Edmund Mus-
kie, Mike Mansfield and Hubert
Humphrey. he received a huge
ovation from the convention.
"George McGovern and I have
a dream for America," Shriver
told the 278 member national
conmittee that took over the
chore performed unfruitfully
less than a month ago in Miami
Beach by a convention of thou-
sans of delegates and alter-
nates.
"We intend to go out and ask
of our young people not just to
p r o t e s t against inadequate
schools but to teach children;
not just to complain about the
quality of law enforcement, buti
to enlist in our over-burdened
police forces and to join the
staffs of prisons: not'just o
make speechs about the Third
World, but to serve abroad in a
revived Peace Corps; not just
to talk about love, but to work
with the retarded, the elderly,
the lonely, the ill, the blind,
and millions of hungry children
on this planet.
"This is what America at its
best has been. That is what we
will be again."
Eagleton commented that
"they couldn't do better 'n their
selection than Sargent Shiiver.
He said the Missouri vote he
received was not at his sugges-

tion and that he will campaign
in Missouri alongside Shriver.
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Vietnam, These children are victims of, the fighting for High-
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