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Poge Two

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, July 20, 1971

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, July 20, 1971

MICHIGAN REPERTORY '71
*TONIGHT*
shows
YOU NEVER CAN TELL
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN 8:00 P.m.
Ph :668-6300 $1.50, 2.00, 2.50
f Series A, B, D sold out
Series C subscriptions available
MENDELSSOHN LOBBY, Mon.-Fri., 12-4 p.m.

Duties reassigned
(Cotined from Pag e i)
tation, Scheduling, Registration
and Records. "Testing and Eval-
uation and Audio-visual Educa-
tion to Rrnest Zimmerman, an
assistant to Smith in the Offtire
of Acadcmic Affairs, and t he
transfer of the Office of Fitn-
social Aids to John H. Romani,
associate vicĀ® president for aca-
demic affairs.
Cash s-itt be sided in admitn-
istering te opportunities pro-
gram by William Fenstetmacher,
who has been an assistant to
Spurr. Fenstemarher will also
work with Smith on other pro-
jects itt the Offire of Acadensir
Affairs.
YOU MUST BE 18 OR 01-DER.
PROOF OF AGE REQUIRED
APH SIO-ON 1,2.50
711, UNPt IVIIABIF VOVFL
I.s OFA MFIiItA'S
MOSS ;U10 1JllhILIAI 11511"2<
7h
SteArdesses j1
12. il 0

Atom plant protested

fiCeftinov traom Pige t)
Comoany) .. hIas sobstanttsl
market poser via-a-via its sttall-
er c-mre'titors and msay be ex-
ercisingr that power to deny to
Itose crmpetitors participation
its coordlinated butt power sup-
Ply to the extent necessary to
t a intayin their loog-termn coin-
pelitive viability."
The study group lhad several
obiections and questions about
the environmental effects of the
two reactors, ranging frotm the
thertmal effects on a river that
will receive sotne of the water
}r_: ,ici[i,i iii-.r i e t i. of
ii i- 'iu=.- lei ii I iii i e;L_ >rsi
..,.l: il iii Ate. Mii
Sit il t aGilpit el.si i As
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1209illS.IUivrty 663-7151 illIl

used to cool the reactors to the
planned radioacive releases in1o
the awater.
Other obections incude the po-
tential haards of transporting
and stilling 111e multittde of pro-
dutcts routinely produced by the
reactors, the long term storage
of radiloactive wastes and te re-
lease of radiation into the air.
The hearings on the licensing
of the plants hive been in pro-
cess since June 2, and are ex-
pected to continue for some ime.
Nixon hits
VP on hlaeks
WASHINGTON Ill -Tbe
White House cneed publicly.
yelsterday Presideit Nions re-
spect for bl1acek leaders in
America as swll as African
chiefs of state.
Roiiald f. Zieilersthe Presi-
dents piess sereary, sid Nix-
oil lhas Imet 51ithi U.S. back lead-
ers and1 wisthiAfricaileadrsa1n(
si-it coniniue to 1511ttuwith both
groupis. "fIe has risiect for
both," te premsiertary addd
D~aily Offieial Bulletin
i 'Iiii. 'Oii Ii I.' illN
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anVt&rAir on :iion lae
121 W.hu Wfia K. i AIon 1
HisFouStuiotl
Music of Judy Collins
TUESDAY, JULY 20
S-MID.
WPAG-FM107.1
B ILLIARDS
TABLE TENNIS
BOWLING
FOOSBALL
UNION

4

STEREO VISION
TODAY AT 1:.15, 3:00,
5:00, 7:00, and 9:00 p.m.

T ''HEESOM0 i efrfilm !adeinDernmark sice
tht county ended al censor ship THREESOME was
seize y U.S. Customs and, as with I AM CURIOUS
ad WITH O UT ASTIT wasIinalyre aedby thet
J UDY BROWN.* Marianne Shousted " Finn Storgaard .
Lotte Horne * Jorgen Kill " Written by Kenneth Pressman "
Produced and Directed by Lree Beaie " Color by Technicolor
" .A sex filmt of ltme .. aboldanod
strongest kind. .., "mans of Inrestlog film...
goonsfor no .tomatlo noditr fhigh powered Innblamv
possibl -pt anod i lnticy..." drama..."
BACKSTAGE VARIETY CIN4EMA, London
COOL COMFORT! LAST DAY:
P~r"H l~tli1 M"Butch Casidy
S& Sundonce Kid"-9 P.M.
' '" 'WVOJWY , Elliot Gould
"Movie"-7:1 5 P.M. o

AM)1"hIT VIEI0
- i'f;ie PTail3
PE 2038 $1 15.00
ANN ARBOR-EAST" LANSING
/7618 S. Main 769-4700
Comprehen ~ ~ isi -sRpi SrieAilsable

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ARM Michigan Film Society

Ecumenical Campus Center

7:30 pm. Tow(Y&1NIGHT 9:30 pm.
George Bernard Show Comedy in color
breat atherine
Zero Mostel
Jeanne Moreau Peter O'Toole
"Great Cathorine has a great clown named Zero
Mostel. The film is his-and Show's-in that order."
-N.Y. Times
"Wholly delightful ... pure pleasure-Judith Crist
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN $1cnrbto
CHURCH$1cnrbto
1432 Wahtenow Avenue free _coffe
--off South University

ESATURDAY
S JULY 24
First Baptist
E Church
r Gogal's
EThe Overcoat
E modern Soviet classic
E"Splendid collaboration of on
Sintelent and sensitive director
Sand an actor of remorkoble
skill"--N.Y. Times
i "Equisite"-.Time
' Mognificent"-N.Y. Post

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