100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

July 09, 1971 - Image 10

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1971-07-09

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, July 9, 1971

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, July 9, 1971

Viet peace plan pressures Nixon

(Coninueii~d frorn Page l)
would turn the 17 million people
of South Vietnam .ver to the
Communists."
However, Binh told n 1le-
gotiators yesterday tha tile PRGt
does not intend to monopolize
pow er in a coalition regime hit
'advocates a broad concord and
lasting cooperation among the
forces and individuals eager to
serve the cause of peace and in-
dependence . . . irrespective of
their political tendencies and re
tigions and without taking into
account their past.-
Another point of the peace 1) -
giam is the neutrality of - lt
Film group
((,n! in ie dfrom Pa-e i )
based on "healthy interaction
based somewhere between fan-
tasy and reality," although the
form has not yet been decided
upon.
Tie main intent is to portray a
character with whom most
women may sserely identify-
someone who can be herself in a
positive way. An attempt is also
being nade to express a "liber-
ated woman's" relationship with
a iiian not suboidinating herself
and thus subtecting sir sell
image and personality to the
will of a man.
In society. explains a Collec-
tive member. "there is a real
male-female conflict ending with
the female giving up to the male.
In our movie, the idea of female
chauvinism shouldn't come up.
but as women we must ask where
am I. what have I come to. and
how do I assess myself in the
role of a woman."
lli i

Vietnam after the witftw' is 10,of
American forces. "South Viet-
nam." states point five of the
plan, "will pursue a foreign poli-
cy of peace and neutrality .
The construction of a neutral
coalition government not neces-
sarily controlled by the PRG and
the release of the prisoners of
star are in direct opposition to the
Nixon policies of supporting the
Thieu government and remaining
in force in Indochina until the
prisoners are released.
Negotiations on these issues
could be embarrassing to the Ad-
ministration due to its determin-
ation to observe the status qu10
in Southeast Asia. This may he a
reason for its plea for secrecy
at the Paris conference,
Daily Official Bulletin
Do y (alendar
Suier IFlii Festival: "Cool Hand
Luke," Aud. A. Angell Hal. ,9 ,i
p.m.
international Folk Dance: Barbour
Gym, 8-11 P.M.
Astronomy Dept. Visitors N i g h t
F. Miller, ".Comets-Fact and Fancy,"
followed by movie, "The Martian In-
vestigators." and observations of the
Moore and Jupiter through telescope,
Aul B, Aolell Hall 8:30 p.ni
The office of auditorium scheduling
is now located at 3564 LA, p h o n e
763-2113. Questions pertaining to the
scheduling and costs of leasing space
in Angell Hall Auditoria A, B, C, D,
Architecture And., Hill Aud., Natural
Science A ud. and Rackham Lecture
Hall siould be directed to Mrs. Co-
rine Bowden. Current rates for use
1 facilities remain in effect through
1971-72. Questions involving policies or
quality of services available may be
mailed or phoned to James Mansfield.
kit
T THIS BOSE 501
INST THE WALL-
INGS YOU NEVER
BEFORE
, concert-like sound surround-
)SE 501, like its higher priced
walls of your room to reflect
lects the sound of instruments a

The Nixon policies of winding
down the war on the ground while
increasing the air war and pro-
viding training, assistance and
equipment to South Vietnamese
forces are also challenged by the
peace proposals.
The PRG plan provides for ithe
withdrawal of all American
equipment and advisers as well
as troops, and Le Doc Tho said
that there can be "no American
military activities based in other
countries but affecting Vietnam."
If this statement were put into
effect. it would end the bombing
in Indochina, as no planes based
in Thailand or anywhere else
could strike at Vietnam.
In effect, then. the accept-
ance of the proposals would in-
deed end all American involve-
ment in Vietnam.
By providing a solution on both
the prisoners of war and the
question of who will govern when
the 'Americans leave, the Com-
munists are making Nixon ans-
wer a more basic issue-is the
U.S. actually ready to terminate
its involvement in Vietnam?
Bruce has said that. "they ithe
PRG negotiators) wish to use
these plenary sessions as a forum
of propaganda," while the Com-
munists reply that Bruce is not
answering the question of with-
drawal. Whether the peace con-
ference turns into a mud-slinging
contest or a serious attempt to
end the war will be deterinined
in the days to come.

Cooling pools
Conlisse0 croin Page3)
The most popular lakes that
are open for public swimming
are Big Silver Lake, Half Moon
Lake, and the beaches at Ken-
sington Metropolitan Park. In
addition the State operates re-
creation areas near Chelsea
Pinckney. and Brighton. All of
these lakes are between 20-40
miles outside of Ann Arbor. Di-
rections can be easily obtained
from the local Chamber of Com-
merce.
Of course. if the hot, sticky
summer weather is getting to
you and you don't want to fight
the crowds or the chlorine.
there's always the Huron River,
but it's not recommended, un-
less you're really desperate.
Use Daily
Classifieds

' 014'(
Summer picnic
take-out- '
Try our German potato
salad
Anything on our menu
Mon.-Sot. 11 -$ 30
Sunday 1 1S
Closed Thursday
120 W. Washington
ANN ARBOR
662-0727

WOMEN'S PICNI C
JULY 11 -SUNDAY --3-10 P.M.
Winchell Courtyard in West Quad
Bring your own food and drink, crafts you wish to disp ay and
sell Karate demonstrations, films about women Bring sports
equipment and musical instruments.
For Information: 662-4431 extension 332 or 335
ask for Claire or Barb
ALL WOMEN INVITED

COMPLAINT?

...missing out
on some of the
DAILIES because
of delivery
mistakes?

M

WHEN YOU PU]
SPEAKER UP AGA
YOU'LL HEAR TH
HEARD
What you'll hear is a clear, ful
ing your ears. You see, the B
counterpart, the 901, uses the
sound as the concert sta e ef

in a live performance, so the sound is very realistic. This
DIRECT/REFLECTING technique also eliminates the un-
desirable point source effect heard in conventional speakers.
And, the 501's by radiating a combination of direct and re-
flected sound proivdes localization of sound while still main-
taining the spatial fullness that is characteristic of a live per-
formance. True Stereo can be enjoyed from almost any
position in your home!
So Step Inside HI-lI BUYS and compare this speaker with
any other we have, in that price range, and you'll find it
audibly outperforms all speakers in that range-just on
clarity and realism of sound. The BOSE 501 Speaker for
$124.80-an ultram uodern speaker that does its best-sup
agaist the wall!
You can hear the difference now.

OR...
ORdisagree with a bill s'
we sent you for THE DAILY?
WE'D LIKE TO TRY & STRAIGHT-
EN OUT THAT PROBLEM, BUT WE
CAN'T IF YOU DON'T LET US
KNOW ABOUT IT.
Monday thru Friday, 8 A.M. to 12:00 noon
CIRCULATION i 41g3z at 764-0558
DEPARTMENT

il-FtIWvUY
ANN ARBOR-EAST LANSING
618 s. Main 769-4700
Comprehensive Repair Service Available I

I'
I
_ --

U=

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan