THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, August 17, 1972
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Friday, Saturday and Sunday at
8 p.m. in the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre. The production will be
sung in English.
Working together on their 26th
collaboration at the University
are conductor Josef Blatt and
stage director Ralph Herbert.
Guest set designer is Russell
Smith who heads the theatre de-
sign programs at Wayne State
Tickets, available at the Men-
delssohn Theatre Box Office are
priced at $3.00 and $1.50 for stu-
dents with University I.D. cards.
COBO HALL is bringing some
good people into Detroit during
the up-coming weeks: The Jef-
ferson Airplane (August 22),
Black Sabbath (August 27), Joe
Cocker (September 1), Yes
(September 21), and Leon Russell
For ticket information, call
Tickets for the Ann Arbor
Blues Festival are selling fast,
promising a large crowd at the
three-day festival scheduled for
September 7-8-9. Tickets are be-
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Clark calls U.S. dike
WASHINGTON (A) Former civilians in highly populated
Atty. Gen. Ramsey Clark said areas.
yesterday that contrary to Penta- The Pentagon has acknowledg-
gon claims, American bombers ed only using some anti-personnel
have done extensive and wide- bombs against the crews of anti-
spread damage to the dikes of aircraft guns in an attempt to
North Vietnam. knock out the weapons.
During a two-week tour of Of the dikes, President Nixon
North Vietnam, Clark said, he has said they are hit only inci-
frequently saw bomb-damaged dentally as an offshoot of the
dikes and sluices located great proximity of military targets in-
distances from missile sites or cluding railroad lines, roads, or
other intended targets of U.S. SAM missile sites.
war planes. Clark, who was attorney gen-
In testimony before a Senate eral in the Johnson administra-
subcommittee on refugees, Clark tion, has been criticized by Re-
said every hospital he saw had publicans in the past week for
been damaged. Civilians in at his remarks broadcast over Rad-
least three villages, he said, were A brHanoi.
killed with no evidence that they Asked . about the broadcast,
were near military targets like theClark saidvedeclined to gron
antairraf sies r fel ump. te ar lve.During his tour,
antiaircraft sites or fuel dumps. Clark said, he was questioned by
Clark, who visited an Ameri- North Vietnamese reporters with
can prisoner-of-war camp near tape recorders and was asked
Hanoi, said he is convinced that his impressions of the impact of
as long as the bombing contin- the bombing.
ues, the North Vietnamese will Clark said if Radio Hanoi of-
refuse to release the American ficials distorted his remarks by
prisoners. editing tapes, that was their re-
He said the 11 POWs he was sponsibility.
permitted to meet with were well
fed, alert, and concerned that St. Pachomius, an Egyptian,
"their families believe they are founded the first Christian
well." He said the men told him monastery,aaccording to the
conditions were similar in four or. book,"Great Religions of the
five other POW camps where World."
a few had been held previously. The Michigan Daily, edited and man-
At one point, Clark displayed aged hy students at the tni5ersie a
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a small green grenade-sized plas- class postage paid at Ann Arbor, Mich-
tic oval he said was the casing igan. 420 Maynard St., An Arbor,
for a fragmentation bomb. In- Michigan 48104. Publihed daily Tues-
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Clark said the casing was given tion rates: $5.50 by carrier (campus
to him by the mayor of Hanoi area); $6.50 1cal mad (in Mich. or
to support North Vietnamese re- Ot; $7. 5 non-oal mali tother states
ports of deliberate bombing of ad forig).
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