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THE MICHIGANDAILY

Wednesday, June 16, 1971

Senate debates whether
to end war by Dec. 31

WASHINGTON () - The
Senate debated yesterday whe-
ther total U.S. withdrawal from
Indochina by Dec. 31 is logis-
tically possible and will vote
Wednesday on the McGovern-
Hatfield amendment to cut off
funds for U.S. operations after
that date.
All indications were that t h e
measure, sponsored by Sens.
Mark Hatfield (R-Ore.) a n d
George McGovern (D-S.D.),
will be defeated by a margin
similar to the 55-39 vote
against it last year.
The House, meanwhile, took
up the military procurement
bill to which a similar amend-
ment is to be offered on Thurs-

day. It is not expected to come
close to enactment there.
In the Senate, Sen. Lawton
Chiles Jr. (D-Fla.), offered a
substitute proposal to extend
the withdrawal deadline to
June 30, 1972, and provide that
the limit be lifted if the Presi-
dent says satisfactory arrange-
ments for the freedom of U.S.
prisoners are impossible.
Chiles conceded it might be
opposed by both the Nixon ad-
ministration and the McGov-
ern-Hatfield supporters.
The President remains oppos-
ed to any troop withdrawal-
deadline. Scott said Nixon feels
such a move would undermine
efforts to negotiate settlement
of the war.

"fRUITILY BEAUTIFUL MOVIE!
Mr. Metzger has never quite
attained Joseph von Sternberg's
feeling for dazzling decadence,
but he has the master's
humorlessness, and though his
a production of spectacle has
been limited by his budgets,
he is every bit as morally
uplifting...preoccupied by the
way nude bodies and sexual
acts look when photographed
sideways, in zoomy long shots,
In roving close-ups...ripe
with incredible color and
decor and movement."
-Vincent Canby, N.Y. Times
"OUTRAGEOUSLY KINKY
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"John Ford has his 'The Informer', Orson Welles, his
'Citizen Kane' but Radley Metzger has 'I, A Woman',
'Carmen Daby','Therese And Isabelle' and 'Camille
2000'. Each season, he comes forth with a new
blessing, and this year's crop of kisses is called
"The Lickerish Quartet". -Bernard Drew, Gannett News Service
"BODY TO BODY IS THE NAME Of THE GAME."
-WCBS-Radio
"This lustful tapestry borders on the power of illusion,
the quixotic movement of time, and the quirks of
fantasy. It is sensual without being vulgar. Erotica-
exotica-psychotica."-Bob Saimaggi, Westinghsse Broadcasting System

The latest Associated P r e s s
poll lists 54 senators against
the amendment, 37 in favor of
it and the remaining nine un-
decided.
Democratic Leader M i k e
Mansfield said the publication
of Pentagon papers showing
how the United States became
involved in Vietnam has chang-
ed some Senate minds on t he
amendment. Asked if it had a
chance, the Montana D e m o-
crat replied, "I hope so."
Sen. Barry Goldwater said
the total American withdrawal
sought in the amendment by
the end of 1971 is not logisti-
cally possible. Even if every ship
and plane were used, the Ari-
zona Republican said, "We
couldn't move that many men'
in that length of time. It would
take nearly a year to trans-
port that many men."
Hatfield disputed Goldwater.
He said three members of the
Center for Naval Analysis had
made a study of the logistics of
withdrawal by Dec. 31, and
concluded that withdrawal by
that date was entirely possible
and also the safest method for
disengagement.
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-Associated Press
SECRETARY OF STATE WILLIAM ROGERS discusses Vietnam
and the POW issue at a news conference yesterday. He said
that one of the reasons why the American people doubt what
the government tells them about the war is that they believe
they've been misled in the past.
Rogers says can't alter
policy for POW's sake

0

WASHINGTON (P) - Secre-
tary of State William P. Rogers
said yesterday he feels the
North Vietnamese are demand-
ing abandonment of basic U.S.
Vietnam policy as a ransom
price for American prisoners.
This the U.S. cannot do, he
said.
Accusing Hanoi of trying to
use U.S. prisoners of war to
achieve its war goals, Rogers
told a news conference: "Ob-

viously the United States - al-
though we have tremendous
concern for the prisoners -
cannot lose sight of our na-
tional purposes and we cannot
abandon our national objec-
tives to pay ransom."
The secretary of state's re-
marks gave no indication that
a deal for release of the ap-
proximately 330 U.S. servicemen
held by Hanoi will be worked
out any time soon.

t

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is a sleeveless,
mock turtleneck
top of soft Tycora
nylon.. .very easy
to wear with pants
and skirts because
it's so beautifully
simple. White, navy,
'h ivory, salmon, light
blue or pink.
36-40 sizes $8.
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THE NEW RADLEY METZGER MOVIE.
WITH SILVANA VENTURELLI, FRANK WOLFF,
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IN EASTMAN COLOR.
Distributed byPI Audubon Films Persons nder18 not admitted
STARTS Rated X
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