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N. Viet, P
IG delegates refuse to
on withdrawal issue
By The Associated Press
North Vietnam and the Pro-
visional Revolutionary Govern-
ment of South Vietnam (PRO)
served notice yesterday that they
are not prepared to bargain over
their demand for the total with-
drawal of all U.S. forces from
Xuan Thuy of North Vietnam
and Nguyen Binh of the PRG,
speaking at the Paris Peace
Talks, characterized as "delay-
ing tactics" American requests
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to "clarify" points of detail in
the seven point peace plan sub-
mitted by the PRG July 1.
The plan calls for a total Amer-
ican withdrawal by the end of
this year, simultaneous with a
step-by-step release of prisoners
held by both sides. It also calls
for the establishment of a coali-
tion government in the south.
In rejecting an American pro-
posed cease fire Binh and Thuy
reiterated that they see the set-
U.S. bombers also renewed
their attacks on the Ho Chi Minh
trail in Laos and the sensitive
area south of the demilitarized
zone in South Vietnam.
Across South Vietnam, how-
ever, the war settled back into
a lull that began nearly four
weeks ago and was punctuated
only by a one day flareupron the
northern frontier earlier this
ting of a date for U.S. withdrawal Daily Official Bulletin
as a precondition for any cease- FRIDAY, JULY 13
In addressing the 122nd week- Ann Arbor street Art Fair, Fr ee
ly session of talks, Thuy and BinheAria Festival: East and South Univer-
ly sesionof tlksThuyand itsly Avenues, 9 am. - 10 p.m.
ignored the topic of President Summer Film Festival: "Yellow Sub-
Nixon's announcement of his marine", Aud. A, Angell Hall, 7 & 11
forthcoming visit to the People's p.m.; "Alie' stestaurant" at"s p.m.
Repulic f Chna=Enactl: Blood, Sweat & Tears Can-
Republc of China, cert, Crisler Arena, 1 p.m.
"The People's Republic of International Folk Dance: Barbour
China fully backs aId supports Gym, 8 -1i p.m.
our struggle against American Michigan Repertory: University Plsy-
ers, "Twelcths Night," Mendelsaohn
aggression", a spokesman for the Theatre, 8 p.m.
PRG told reporters after the ses- Residential College Summer Play-
sion. ers: "The Miser," East Quad. Aud., 8
Meanwhile in Cambodia, South P.m.
Vietnamese forces clashed with August Teacher's Certificate Candi-
North Vietnamese army units dates: All the requirements for teach-
they had been pursuing for sev- er's certifieate must be completed by
el'aldays.Aug. 0; teacher's oath shauld be taken
eral days. aoon as possible in Rm. 1439 SEB;
It was the first significant en- Placement Office material can be ob-
gagement of the 10,000 man tained from that Ofe. in the SASI Blgd.
sweep launched Wednesday into
the eastern area of the country. The Michigan Daily, edited and man-
South Vietnamese troops, sup- aged by students at the University of
parted by American 8-52 bomb- Michigan.News phone: 764-0552. Second
portd byClass postage paid at Ann Arbar, Mich-
ers, fought the North Vietnamese igan. 420 Maynard Street, Ann Arbor,
on a rainsoaked plain about 15 Michigan 40104. Published daily Tues-
miles inside the country. day through Sunday morning Univer-
sity year. Subscription rates: $t0 by
~_ _ carrier, $10 by mail.
Summer Session published Tuesday
hrough Saturday morning. Subscrip-
tion rates: $5 by carrier, $5 by mail.
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