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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, July 17, 1971

Pag Sx HEMIHIGN AIY atrda, ul-1,-97

Program Information 434-1782
Soto WAS"tE f, ' e434 t18
On Washtenw Ave.
2 Miles East of U.S. 23
Now Open Daily at 12:45
SHOWS EVERY DAY
AT
3, 5, 7 & 9 P M.
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---what a *
DT .
WALT DI8NEYS
ALL-CARTOON FEATURE
Pinocchio
TECHNICOLOR '
4a in~say haMslina ea Ifs

Tonight & Tomorrow
THE GREAT
DICTATOR
CHARLIE CHAPLIN in
his greatest dual role-a
J e wi sh tailor (Berlin,
circa 19401 and Hitler.
See Hitler dance around the
globe! Chapltn's surprise speech
to the Gerecan millions! Chatlin
jobs toell at the totalitarian
state.
ARCHITECTURE
AUDITORIUM
7:00 & 9:00 P.M.
75c

T-aylor hit
(Continued from Page 3)
DeGrieck said Taylor h a d
completely misinterpreted to
HISC the events at the con-
ference.
SGC president Rebecca Schenk
said that Taylor had "betrayed
students" by testifying to HISC.
Schenk said Taylor's testi-
mony was misleading and ac-
cused him of "taking seriously
every joke made at the con-
ference."
YAF chairman Mark Russe-
man believed Taylor's testifying
only to have been his "duty"
under the circumstances.
"He doesn't want to do time
in jail for contsmpt of c o n-
gress," Russeman said.
Taylor's article for the Free
Campus News Service was nev-
er printed, a spokesman at the
news service disclosed in Wash-
ington this week, although the
service said it had received an
article.
The service refused to disclose
the article to The Daily on the
grounds that it was "confides-
tial."
Taylor was elected to SGC
last March. He ran on the slo-
gan "Turn the Rascals Out,"
refering, he said, to "radical
elements" on SGC.

China visit plans clarified

Kissinger mission and negotia-
tions for a Nixon visit were
known only to the President,
Secretary of State William Rog-
ers, Kissinger and a bare hand-
ful of senior White House aides.
Kissinger, it was learned. spent
49 hours in Peking, of which
nearly 20 hours were spf nt in
personal talks with Chou.
White House sources daciined
to say whether Kissinger and
Chou discussed peace in Viet-
nam-but they did nothing to
dispell the idea.
While Kissinger did not meet
there with Mao Tse Tung. chair-
man of China's Communist
Party, a White House 'ource
said Nixon is expected to have a
face to face session with Mao.
Meanwhile Kissinger's office
had no comment yesterday on
a claim by Franklin Ford, dan
of , the faculty of arts and
sciences at Harvard, that Kis-
singer traveled to North Viet-
nam for President Johnson, re-
turning with a report critical of
the war effort. Johnson, Ford
said, repudiated the report
In Congress yesterday, Senate
leaders and members of both
parties praised President Nixon's
plan to journey to China and
said it could be a portent of
peace in Indochina.

Amid thse statements of ap-
plause, however, there were 4
sharply critical comments from
conservative Republicans.
At the United Nations, Sec-
re'ary-General U Thant express-
ed belief that the agreement
had improved prosoects for
China to be seated in the U.N.
this fall.
The next session of the assem-
bly starts Sept. 21, and 18
countries already have submit-
ted a resolution to seat the
People's Republic of China and
oust Nationalist China.
It was further nnounced
yesterday that Michigan will
get into the China act by send- '
ing a trade mission to the Peo-
pit's Republic this fall if
required authorizations c o m e
through.
Gov. William Milliken men-
tioned the possibility at a Tra-
verse City news conference yes-
terday, shortly after Nixon's
announcement.
Cohabitation
CaotefromPage 3)
ever, "cannot remember" a co-
habitation case brought against
University students "for. oh.
maybe twenty years or more."
and willingly admit that "its
one of those laws we don't both-
er with any more."
The housing office reports
that two students had their
leases terminated "in 1967" for
cohabitating, but there have
been no further cases since then.
"It's true that the law isn't
enforced," says housing direc-
tor John Feldkamp. "but that
doesn't change the fact that it's
against the law."
In the meantime, although
Knauss says that the law has .
"been enforced in the past and
will be enforced in the future".
there has been no widespread
panic or macs arrests among co-
habitating couples in the dor-
mnitories.
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Ecumenical Campus Center

7:30pm TONIGHT 930pm.
Marcel Comus'
B[lack Orpheus
Brilliant color enactment of myth
by Black cast in slums of Rio.

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TUESDAY
JULY 20
1st Presbyterian
Church
G.B. Shaw comedy
Great Catherine
in color
Zero Mostel
Jeanne Moreau
Peter O'Toole
"Wholly delightful
pure pleasure."
Judith Crt

"Dazzling! Fattastic fact and
delicately, subtly, exquisively .
music-CUE
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fiction inter-woven
blood-pulsating ;
$1 contribution ;
free coffee

2iO6 CentuFoxpre ent
ELtIOTT GOULD PAULA PRENTISS
GENEVIEVE WAITEiMtiOVE
A PANDRO S. BERMAN-
STUART ROSENBERG PROoUCTION
PRODUCED BY PANDRO S- BERMAN
DIREC~TD BYSTUARC ROSENBERG
Screeneo byJOELLIEBERad STANLEYHART
Based on the novel by JOEt IEBER Color by DE LUX
Music By MARVIN HAMtSCH PANAVISION jJ

PRESIDENT AT 25! VOTE AT 14 OR FIGHT!
the ann arbor film cooperative presents
CHRISTOPHER JONES, SHELLEY WINTERS, HAL HOLBROOK aod DIANE VARSI
with RICHARD PRYOR as Stanley X and Ed Begley as Senator Albright, in
WLD IN THE STREETS
in color from American International. Music by Les Baxter
EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION-Road Runner Cartoon
- TONIGHT, JULY 17 ONLY! -

--LAST TIME TODAY!-
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"PERFECT FRIDAY"
AND
"VIRGIN & THE GYPSY"
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QOJNTer.,Af "Friday'' 4:000 7:150 10:45

auditorium a
angell hall

7:00 & 9:30 p.m.
still only 75c

COMING TUESDAY-Luis Bunuel's THE YOUNG AND THE DAMNED
NEXT SATURDAY-Audrey Hepburn in WAIT UNTIL DARK

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