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May 25, 1971 - Image 3

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SAN FRANCISCAN
Hligh--4
Low-42
Cloudy and cooler,
chance of showers

Tuesday, May 25, 1971

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN

News Phone: 764-0552

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CAMODIAN 'OOPS battled all day yesierdav against
anfi-gevernneinl rebel forces en a hill 4: miles southlwest of
Phnom Penh.
The battle came during a Cambodian campaign to reopen High-
way 3.
In Vietnam. Viet Cong infiltrators placed charges which explod-
ed 1% million gallons of aviation fuel at a U.S. airfield at Cam
Ranh bay Sunday.
Air operations continued normally as the fire, which burned for
18 hours, failed to reach the airstrip itseli.
FOUR MORE SOVIET JEWS went on trial yesterday on
charges stemming from, a plot to hijack a Russian airliner in
Leningrad.
The four are charged with circulating materials for subversive
purposes and trying to enlist acquaintances and colleagues into ac-
tivities hostile to the state.
This is the third trial resulting from an unsuccessful attempt
to hijack a Soviet airliner in Leningrad last June.

ti past yr ihti U it
sy 'suhsidy and .1d irom , a~
dt lands. "The( ln1'
reaced was a compr nse. 'i.
but we did not rettaio e lie tir-
tog Of the editors col so' lis e
not acknowledged to' authority
of the board.
"In making our decision or
were trying not to jeopardize
our plans for going independent,"
said Oren. Oren went on to say
that the staff felt is was "highly
necessary" to have the new edi-
tors take office yesterday instead
of tomorrow as originally plann-
ed, because of the "vast amount
of reorganization" and decision-
making required in the paper'.,
move to become independent.

'Uniersity Piat CMngr
roof ofi ;07 'i ii
ystday t' t t t tc
inr not ion i pie ib0 hiit
tatsi it i ou will iec.
t ric'tor1.ti.
' i e ' esta Sp hit lc ,an
sistnecrator at theMseml
The hmirt otial, rtaud rto
dien, w hiidincudignisev er t
roous 01 Oh' Admenitratinth
Buildiisg, aiid e Muscum ol
Art a's will as ctther Univiersity
Huildinis. Th actual Sreadion
was ito conduct d by the Uni-
versity, but by an oitside coin-
tractor.
Last wcek, Nests Spink, as-
sistant curator at the Musum
of Art, observed a iumber o
dead birds, iincluding several
mor ning doves, outside the
Her inquiry into the reason
for the birds' deaths, she ex-
plained, revealed t h a t poison-
coated grain was being put on
the roof of the museum.
Spink said she found it "ob-
jectionable and ludicrous that
the University was killing birds
by poisoning them," and
brought the matter to Wen-
del's attention.

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eC ay, 'ivother 'it, a
standlebirds inunwa.thedBria-
uons Ipot ishreisered withthe,
E roment irote tioii A- told
cb Datti t Aitret is 'ttal
tii aboi tei pr cnt if0 the bisd
p oati niii" iin ar'as of its use,
'Thi cmit, iithss l nut-
vins systm the bud, Smith
explatits, liiieially iiaking hini
otrrily awaay other pigeons
"'dthe uemical is designied to
paidle birds in unanted sit-
uatioiis. It is crentered with the
Environmental Protection Agen-
cy but tlii bird that eats it gen-
erally di's," Smith says.
University President Robbeit
Fleming says he "does not know
aiything about t he program"
and thus cannot promise a com-
plete ban on its further use.
However, Wendel promises
further investigation of t he
matter and if the contractor ar-
rives to spread more of the al-
legedly deadly chemical he will
be turned away -at least for
today.

ROBERT REDFORD " MARLON BRANDO
JANE FONDA . E.G. MARSHALL . JAMES FOX
THE C HAS E
directed by ARTHUR PENN (Bonnie and Clyde, Alice's Restouront, Little Big Mon)
A powerful, brutal drama about "law 'n' order" in a contemporary Texoan town
TONIGHT-May 25-ONLY !
EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION: Road-runner cartoon
auditorium a 7:00 & 9:30 p.m.
angell half presented by the ann arbor film cooperative 75c
NEXT WEEK-Elia Kazon's ON TH E WATERFRONT with Brando

TOWARD AN UNDERSTANDING
OF HOMOSEXUAL!TY
An informal seminar
open to all interested persons
TONIGHT, 7:30 P.M.
RELIGIOUS AND MORAL
CONSIDERATIONS
LUTHERAN STUDENT CHAPEL
lower lounge)
801 S. Forest lat Hill)
SPONSORED BY: THE OFFICEOF RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS
Michigan Union 43rd floor) 764-7442

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