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Tuesdav. June 16, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Two

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, June 16, 1970

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REPORT ON APOLLO 13

Faul ty
WASHINGTON (/) -A high-
level review board yesterday
linked "an unusual combination
of mistakes" and "a somewhat
deficient and unforgiving de-
sign" to the explosion that en-
dangered the Apollo 13 astro-
nauts and canceled their :noon
landing.
The report accused the space
agency, the North American
Rockwell Corp. and Beech Air-
craft Corp. of permitting in-
adequate thermostatic switches
to be placed on the spacecraft.
"It was a serious oversight
in which all parties share," the
report said.
The eight-m e m b e r boaid,
which included Apollo 11 astro-
naut Neil A. Armstrong, recom-
mended in the 914-page report
that the oxygen tank in the
service module be redesigned for
future Apollo flights, including
the removal of all electrical
equipment from inside the pres-
sure vessel.

switch caused accident

In anticipation that changes
would have to be made, the
National Aeronautics and Space
Adminstration earlier postponed
the Apollo 14 flight two months
until next Dec. 3.
At a news conference Edgar
M. Cortright, the chairman (t
the review board, said addi-
tional delay might be required
to make the design changes and
test them and there is a pos-
sibility Apollo 14 will not be
flown until 1971.
Apollo 13, with astronauts
James A. Lovell Jr., Fred W.
Haise Jr. and John L. Swigert
Jr, was 205,000 miles from earth
when an explosion ripped apart
one oxygen tank and ruptured
a second. The tanks supplied
oxygen for breathing and for the
spacecraft's electrical power.
The astronauts made it back
using oxygen and the propulsion
system of the lunar lander.
which was hooked nose-to-nose
with their space craft.
"All indications. are that an

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electrically initiated fire in oxy-
gen tank No. 2 in the service
module was the cause of the
accident," said the report pre-
sented Monday to the NASA ad-
ministrator. Thomas 0. Paine.
It is now known that the tank
contained two protective ther-
mostatic switches on the heater
assembly which were inadequate
and would subsequenly fail dur-
ing ground test operations at
Kennedy space center."
On March 27-two weeks Le-
fore the April 11 launching of
Apollo 13-the launch crew had
difficulty draining liquid oxygen
from the tank. To vent the oxy-
gen overboard, technicians turn-
ed on a heater in the tank to
convert the liquid to gas.
Cortright said the whole chain
of events probably began at the
Beech Aircraft plant in Boulder,
Colo. when a fill tube assemblyj
became loose in the tank duringI
manufacture.
"This assembly was probably
displaced d u r in g subsequent
handling, which included an in-
cident at the prime contractor's
plant in which the tank was
jarred."
The report continued:
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"These procedures had not
been used before and the tank
had not been~qualified by' tests
for the conditions experienced.
The procedures did not
violate the specifications which
governed the operations of the
heaters at Kennedy.
"In reviewing these proce-
dures before the flight, officials
of NASA. North American Rock-
well and Beech did not recognize
the possibility of damage due to
overheating. Many of these of-
ficials were not aware of the
extended heater operation. In
any event, adequate thermo-
static switches might have been
expected to protect the tank."
North American Rockwell is
the prime contractor for the
spacecraft. Beech makes the
oxygen tanks.

SPECIAL JUNE
STEREO SALE
Hundreds of "Specials"
" receivers 0 changers
0 speakers 0 hi fi
m musical instruments
HI-FI STUDIO
121 W. Washington
Downtown, across from Old
German Restaurant--668-7942
WELCOME
STUDENTS!
Let us style your hair to fit
your personality .
* 8 BARBERS, no waiting
* OPEN 6 DAYS
The D oa Barbers
Arborland-Campus
Maple Village

HELP WANTED
EARN $25 by donating cerebro'pinal
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servative synagiue in Flint. Call Mr.
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in. call -789-7694. Professional Job. Mich. 388133
21J34 KNOW WHO'S making all the~ money
this summer? The dealers!! The Big
TASK Steel Ballroom needs dealers, make
DOes t All!yourself as much (legal) cash as youj
DoesIt ll.need all summer. . . Call Steve at~
Typing. Printing, Transcript ing 769-0245 for details. 3933
Conferences and Mailings -- --
Call The Professionals f .EARN $25 by donating- cerebrospinel
fluid. Need 21-40 yr. old males-fe-
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PERSONAL

AS A PSYCH 171 experiments. SBS
will now be open EVENINGS only-
7:00 to 10:30. (2 hrs. credit). 34F33
THE ONLY PLACE in Arnn Arbor to
buy her diamond engagement ring.
CHECK IT.
AUSTIN DIAMOND
1209 S. University 663-7151 FE

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GIRLS:
A Summer Law Club Dating Service
will professionany match you up THE SENATE YESTERDAY conf
exclusively with law students at no as Secretary of Health, Education and
cost.
Send the following information Richardson, now under. secretary c
which must include name, address.
phone number, height. and interests; Finch in the Cabinet post. Finch is bec
which may include a picture, age,. the President.
year in school, and anything else. All Preieno.
information wil remain confidential.' Other nominations confirmed withe
Mail to Law Club Social Committee. Pierce, Jr., a black New York lawyer, as
c/o Lawyer's Club, 551 S. State street, ury Department, and Edward F. Zigler, a
--- -2F chief of the Children's Bureau in the
STUDENT BOOK Service (oink) will'
now open only EVENINGS (oink)

30J5
EXPERIENCED SECRETARY desire
work in her home. Thesis, technicE
typing, stuffing etc. IBM selectrir
Call Jeanette, 971-2463. 12Jt
THESES, PAPERS (inc. technical) typ
ed. Experienced, professional; IB?
Selectric. Quick service. 663-6291. 42Jt
NOW ON CAMPUS
Campus MultiService
TYPING
PRINTING
THESIS SERVICE
Fast, Dependable, Low-Priced
214 Nickels Arcade 662-4222
Summer hours: 10-4 Mon2--Fri.
3,1
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SERVICE
Thesis Service
Papers

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LOST AND FOUND

l LOST-Pregnant black and brown tor-
e. toise shell cat, one white spot on
tc1 neck. June 13 vic. Packard and Hill.
You really don't want all those kit-
tens, so please return her-769-0227.
tc D A33
LOST - Reddish blond puppy with
white legs and face, wiry hair, urg-
ently needs special medication.508
Elm. 663-0434. 2A29
DID YOU lose something on June 9th
Eat 1 :30 in front of Paraphernalia. If
yes call 1-626-1032. DA29
tc MISSING in action since Sun.. April
30-Burmese cat. Dark brown w/gold
jand white spots on stomach. Please
call 665-0505 persistently if you see
him. 1A29
FOUND - Female Sealpoint Siamese.

from 7:00 to 10:30 (olnk). 36F33
Creative Photography
WEDDINGS and portraits. Professional1
quality at -student rates. Call John4
Evans at 769-0053 for appointment to
see portfolio. F60
STUDENT BOOK SERVICE will now be
open EVENINGS from 7:00 to 10:30
and we promise not to replace the
burned-out bulb in the Romance
Languages room. 32F33
BLOOD IS RED, bruises are blue, come
to SBS and we'll comfort you cone
EVENINGS 7:00 to 10:30) 41F33
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7L or 761-7428 after 3. DA29 pig culture-SBS will try it in the
EVENINGS, 7:00-10:30. t 2F33
MUSICAL MDSE., Creative Wedding and Portrait Photog-

W oodtdiml

Ernest L. Quenon, a Demo-
crat who lost his seat on City
Council last April, announced
his candidacy yesterday for the
office of Washtenaw County
Commissioner from the county's
seventh district.
He will face Republican in-
cumbent Bent F. Nielsen in the
November elections.
In announcing his candidacy,
Quenon cited the need for a
stronger city government as
well as improvement in the
"woefully inadequate" county
welfare system.
In a statement released yes-
terday, Quenon said "the thrust
toward a regional solution to
local problems is forcing a re-
definition of the role of county
government."
"The possibility of county
home rule," the statement con-
tinued, "or even of metropolitan
government. should be studied
and debated by the citizens of
Washtenaw County."
In his statement, Quenon also
The Michigan Daily, edited and man-
awed by students at the University of
Michigan. News phone: 764-0552. Second
Class potage paid at Ann Arbor. Mich-
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Summer Session published Tuesday
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th
ne ws
by The Associated Press and Co

said the city should no longer
require the annexation of sur-
rounding areas as a condition
for sewer and water service.
"On the state level, more pow-
er of environmental control
over urbanized developments in
county areas, a more modern
law enforcement structure, and
a welfare reform must be press-
ed," Quenon said.
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Table Tennis
Bowling
Foosball
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nera OicendSrtr RADIOS, REPAIRS raphy by a top professionlineednot
kbe expensive, if done by RICHARD
LEE. Call 761-9452 before noon. DJtc
Pic k-U and Dellivery AM FM STEREO 35 watt receiver. Best
offer. Must sell. 761-9593. 2X33 FOR SALE:
Available CHEAP, CHEAP, Cheap-I or 2 girls Keith Jarret's first Jazz album, o
Prompt Service needed to help divide $90 ma. fTurn- Sit Down old friend, and Btiff Rose's
CALL 971-2446 ished 2 bdrm apt. close to campus. Thorn album. All only played' once:
JtcACall Margi or Peggy at 483-4683. X33 I've overspent this month. $2.50 each
J __ ___or if your tastes are this desperate,
ALTO SAX and CLARINET and trom. $7.00 for all (big deal). 764-7622. DFtc
USED CARS and drum set. Must sell. Best offer.
1964 VALIANT Convertible. Ugly but Ca 682-4058. DATING COUPLES
runs well. Call 769-1147 or 663-9785 SONY STEREO sound system, walnut,
after 5:00 p.m. 43N31 Garrard turntable, spkrs., amp, exc. W ANTED
cond., must sell. 662-3724. 50X30t
'68 LEMANS SPRINT, OHC.6, 4 BBL., - - - - --. for paid psychology experiment. Both
3 spd., etc. AM-FM w/rear spkr., tach, FOR SALE-SPINET PIANO members must participate. Call Mal-
recline seat, power str., brk., new Wanted. responsible party to rake over colm Brenner, 769-0364; 764-2572. 28Ftc
glass tires. Call 662-6205 after 6. low monthly payments on a spinet B-W- d
42N33 piano. Can be seen locally. Write BROWSE in drafty comfort-we'll keep
-----..----_ _ Credit Manager, P.O. Box 276, Shelby- the front and back doors open. SBS
1969 MGB-Exc. cond., 11,000 miles. Call viller, Indiana. 48X32 will now be open EVENINGS only-
Jim Beck. 761-1907. 35N29 - 7:00 to 10:30.38F33
66 IMPALA Conv. Auto. Power steer- DON'T THROW away money and time
ing. $1100 or make offer. 769-1647. - on an amateur when you can have
40N28 LONDON--3 round trip tickets from your thing, photographed by a pro-
- Det. June 26-Aug. '26. Cheap. May fessional at a reasonable price. Call
66 MUSTANG 2 plus 2, FM, other acces. negotiate 1 way sale. Dave, 761-7839 Richard Lee at 761-9452 before noon.
Call 761-1916. 36N30 after 4 p.m. 16Qtc ----- - -----
---_.--TO AVOID the blistered noonday tripes
'64 VW, Green - Excellent condition. 2 TICKETS to Europe for sale. June -Student Book Service will now be
Asking $600. Call 769-0043 37N30 26-Aug. 6, Call Suzy, 769-1883; Car- open EVENINGS from 7:00 to 10:30.
-- -. olyn, 668-6202 eves. 18Q31 40F33
'67 OLDS 442-New engine, almost en- --
tirely rebuilt. Excellent condition, LONDON-DETROIT. Aug. 30. $95.5Call TO Upper and downer users who may
769-4289.NDd 665-0150. 15@31e wonder if it's a bummer. Any age.
- - IAlso recovered users. Let's rap. Call

WELFARE SECRETARY Robert
Terrel Bell as acting U.S. commissionel
Bell replaces Dr. James Allen Jr.,
last week.
Bell, state superintendent of public
years, has been associate commissioner,
in Health, Education and Welfare's office
Bell will serve in his new assign
designate Elliott L. Richardson is able
to the president for a permanent replaces
* * *
REPRISAL KILLINGS could nun
Cong take over in South Vietnam, sai
yesterday.
While this conclusion is labeled s
Rand Corp. said any tranquil epoligue
require a fresh decision on the Viet Can
regime's adversaries would be inconsl
concludes.
The study's subject "Viet Cong RC
for the Future" is at the heart of U.S.
and central to the 'blood bath" argumer
Vietnamese government.
* * *
WEST GERMAN Chancellor Will
government will continue its policies
three major state elections.
"We have a four-year program anc
that we will carry it out during the lit
told a closed meeting of the executive c
cratic party's parliamentary delegation,
The state elections do not directl
liament--in Bonn, where Brandt rules w
of a coalition of his Social Democratic
Scheel's Free Democratic parties.
A RHODE ISLAND LAW allowing
schools was ruled unconstitutional yes
In a 21-page decision, the judges I
the First Amendment of the U.S. Cons
teachers employed in denominational sc
The law was challenged by a grou

td production. tecbnicoIor' from warner bros.
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$2.25 $2.50 $2.25
Matinees Monday thru Saturday $1.75

BIKES AND SCOOTERS ONE WAYTicketfon - Larry, 663-2121 after 10 p.m. 37F30 the Rhode Island affiliate of the Amer
HONDA 125 Scrambler - 3,500 miles. or 662-0941. 6 14Q29 ONCE AGAIN! Light or heavy house- first salary subsidies were withheld in
Great shape. 1036 Oakland. No. 2.1~ keeping: rates depend on what you order issued in federal court here
4Z32 U one way ticket London to have me do. 764-7622. DFtc
4Q1roit, June 24 $90. Call 761-5337, ANDREW! The law allowed 15 per cent salar
'67 YAMAHA - 4,000 miles. $400. Call 4--.-- , nonpublic schools which qualified on
663-3267 after 6. 5229 ; PAINTI]NG - Student desires painting
TRANSPORTATION jobs; inside and outside. Four years I eligibility requirements virtually limi
1970 HONDA CB 350. Call 761-1916. experience. Call 662-4736. FlI Roman Catholic parochial schools.
50Z3. LEAVING for San Francisco June 22.CRahi o

PETS AND SUPPLIES share driving and expenses. See Larry
Bedard, 1331 Geddes. 26G31
2 LOVEABLE cute male kittys with INDI1A Overland. $204, regular trips. 39
shots--FREE. 662-4112. 5T22 Landsdowne Gardens, London, S.W. 8,
WANTED TO BUY U.K. 50

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--wa Meto le, Daily N.'.

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SYF. MAGIC BUS leaves when moon is
full (6-20). Need riders. Call Dr. Sun-
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CHICK looking for another Chick to
share experiences and driving on long
camping trip to California. Mary H.
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THE TRIAL OF FOUR PERSON
of actress Sharon Tate and six othe
until today.
Attorneys estimate the trial will t
jurors to be locked up nighly.
The long-delayed case had been e:
the morning session was devoted to con
chambers and the afternoon was de'
* *
A TASK FORCE of South Vietm
in three attacks yesterday to drive en
Speu.
Although heavily outnumbered, tl
Cong were well entrenched in the pro
the only route between Phnom Penh
Som, once known as Sihanoukville.
The battling at Kompong Speu op
bility gap following positive official r
terday morning that the town, 30 mil
had been retaken by government troops.

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