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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, July 21, 1970

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USE ANSWER BLOCKS AT BOTTOM OF PAGE.
1. MY SEX IS (1) Male
(2) Female

2. MY RACE

IS (1) White
(2) Black
(3) Latin-American
(4) Oriental

DATE'S RACE CAN BE
3. White (1) Yes
4. Black (1) Yes
5. Latin-American (1) Yes
6. Oriental (1) Yes
7. MY RELIGION IS (1) Pr
(2) Ca
(3) Je
(4) At
(5) O1
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DATE'S RELIGION CAN BE
8; Protestant (1)
9. Catholic (1)
10. Non-denominational (1)
11. Jewish (1)
12. Atheist (1)
13. Other (1)
14. MY AGE IS (Enter years;
15. YOUNGEST DATE CAN'

(2) No
(2) No
(2) No
(2) No
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No
No
No
No
No
No

MANY QUESTIONS ARE BASED ON A & POINT,
(3) College degree
(4) Graduate degree
25. MY DATE'S EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
SHOULD INCLUDE'
(1) No college
(2) Some college only
(3) At least some college
(4) College degree
(5) At least a college degree
(6) Graduate degree -
(7) Any
ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS
For each of the following questions there are
two answer blocks. One is for the answers which
describe you, and one is for the qualities (answers)
that you would like your date/match to have.
Also, most of these questions are based on a.
5-point scale, the answers for which are shown
as: (1)...(5). Of.course, any number of 1, 2. 3, 4,
or 5 may be used as an answer. 1 and 5 are the
extremes,. and an answer of 3 would be the
midpoint or average. Note: If it is not important
how a date/match should answer any of the
following questions. markathe appropriate box
with an "X,"' Do not mark an "X" in any of your ,
answer blocks.
26. MY BUILD IS(1) Light() Heavy
27. I AM (1) Attractved...(5) Unattractive
28. I LEARN (1) Slowly...(5) Quickly
29. MY COMMON SENSE IS (1) Poor...
(5) Excellent
30. MY VERBAL FLUENCY 1S(1) Poor...
(.5) Excellent
31. I AM USUALLY (1) Supen.,.(5) Cheerful
32 I AM WITTY (1) Sedom...(5) Often
33. I AM USUALLY (1) Spontaneous...
(5) Deliberate
34. MY FEELINGS ARE (1) Easily hurt.() Not
easily hurt
35. MY AMBITIONS ARE (1) Modest...(5) Great
36. I AM USUALLY (1) Deceptive...(5) Straight-
forward
37. MY SELF-CONFIDENCE IS (1) Weak..,
(5) Strong
38. MY PERSONALITY (1) Suggests indiffer-
erence...(5) Radiates enthusiasm
39. I AM USUALLY (1) Pessimistic...

SCALE. SEE ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS.
47. I WOULD CONSIDER PRE-MARITAL SEX
(1) Immoral in all cases...(5) Always moral
for consenting adults
48. 1 WOULD CONSIQER PARTICIPATING IN
PRE-MARITAL SEX (1) Under no circum-
stances...(5) As a normal occurence in a
dating situation
49. I AM SEXUALLY (1) Inexperienced...
(5) Experienced
50. I AM SEXUALLY (1) Shy...(5) Aggressive
51. I DRINK BOOZE (1) Never...(5) Frequently
52. I SMOKE (1) Never...(5) Like a sm-'okestack
53. I JOIN PROTEST DEMONSTRATIONS
(1) Never...(5) Often
I PARTICIPATE IN THE FOLLOWING PASTIMES
54. Parties and nightclubs (1) Never.(5) Often
55. Sports/Outdoor activities (1) Never.(5) Often
56. Aesthetic pursuits (1) Never.(5) Often
57. Passive activities (1) Never.(5) Often
58. I AM POLITICALLY (1) Liberal...(5) Con-
servative
59, THE MAJORITY SHOULD RULE (1) Un-
questionably.,.(5) Never
60. POLICIES TOWARD NATIONAL BUSI-
NESSES SHOULD INCLUDE (1) More...
(5) Less POWER FOR LABOR UNIONS
61. FREE SPEECH SHOULD NOT BE RE-
STRICTED IN ANY MANNER (1) True..
(5) False
62. PEOPLE SHOULD BE GIVEN THE OPPOR-
TUNITY TO SPEAK THEIR MIND THRU A
NATIONAL PUBLICATION
(1) Free of charge
(2) For 50A per word
(3) For $1.00 persword
(4) For $3.00 per word
(5) Never
63. DISCRIMINATION SHOULD BE
(1) Anybody's perrogative
(2) The majority's perrogative
(3) The businessman's perrogative
(4) Regulated for the best interests of the
minority
(5) Nobody's perrogative

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16. OLDEST DATE CAN BE (Enter years directly)
17. MY HEIGHT IS (Enter inches directly)
18. SHORTEST DATE CAN BE (Enter inches
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19. TALLEST DATE CAN BE (Enter inches
directly)
20. l AM (1) Single
(2) Widowed
(3) Divorced

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PRESIDENT NIXON speaks to
newsmen at an impromptu news
conference yesterday held in the
oval room of the White House.
lie said under no circumstances
would "this administration stand
for an imposed coalition govern- '
ment" in South Vietnam. Nixon
also covered a wide range of .
other topics including the econ-
omic situation in the United.
States and plans to enforce in-
tegration in the South
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Widowed
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Single or widowed
Single or divorced
Widowed or divorced
Any

22. I AM (1) Conventional/Traditional
(2) Mod/Modern

(3) Progressive (5) Optimistic LIFE'S PROBLEMS WOULD BE SOLVED TO
23. DATE CAN BE (1) Conventional/Traditional 40. IAM (1) Naive...(5) Sophisticated WHAT DEGREE BY THE FOLLOWING:
41. I AM (1) Blunt:..(5) Polished 64. MATERIAL WEALTH (1) AIl...(5) None
(2) Mod/Modern 42. I AM (1) Introverted...(5) Extroverted 65. ACCEPTANCE THAT ONE SHOULD NOT
(3) Progressive 43. I AM USUALLY (1) Decisive...(5) l'hdecisive DEMAND ANYTHING FROM ANOTHER
(4) Conv/Trad or Mod/Modern 44. I LIKE TO LIVE (1) Carefully... (1) All...(5) None
(5) Mod/Moder or (5) Adventurously 66. DEVOTION TO THE QUEST OF ANSWER-
(6)Progressive 45. MY FINANCIAL BACKGROUND IS (1) Poor ING THE REASON FOR MAN'S EXISTENCE
ny ...(5) Rich (1)AIl...(5) None
24. MY EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND 46. I DESIRE TO MAINTAIN A (1) Modest 67. SPIRITUAL DEVOTION AND RELIANCE
INCLUDES (1) No college standard of living...(5) High standard of UPON A SUPREME BEING
(2) Some college living (1) All...(5) None
APPICiATON AND ANSWERif FORM~~~~~ ~~~
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ANSWER BLOCKS
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LONDON (P) -- Britain's Conservative
government announced yesterday its in-
tention to lift a 51/2-year ban on the sale
of defensive armaments to the apartheid
state of South Africa.
The move touched off embittered pro-.
tests inside and outside the House of
Commons and throughout the multiracial
Commonwealth, which the white suprem-

to

acist regime of South Africa quit nine
years ago.
Foreign .Secretary Sir Alex -Douglas-
Home, outlining the government's con-
cern for the safety of the Cape of Good
Hope sea routes, told Parliament: "It is
our intention to give effect to the pur-
poses of that Simonstown agreement....
"We believe we should° be ready to con-

Nixon opposes coalition
government in S. Vietnam

South

Africa

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WASHINGTON (P) - President Nixon
said yesterday that "under no circum-
stances does this government stand for
the proposition that we would attempt
to negotiate an imposed coalition govern-
ment in South Vietnam."
At an impromptu news conference, the
President said flatly also that the United
States has no intention of using ground
forces to interdict enemy supplies on the
Ho Chi Minh Trail in Southern Laos.
Taking on a wide range of questions
in an unscheduled 35-minute session with
reporters in his oval office, the President
predicted that the economy will be on
the upturn during the. last half of this
year and that he expects it will be "work-
ing at full employment" and enable the
administration to achieve a balanced bud-
get during fiscal 1972.-
Nixon said he does not think that Pres-
ident Nguyen Van Thieu of. South Viet-
nam' has departed from the proposals
made in the Paris talks that all political
parties in South Vietnam could partici-
pate in the political process and that
Communists could participate in free

elections there. He said Thieu "has also
indicated that he would accept the result
of the election, whatever that result
might be."
Once an election has been held, Nixon
said, the government that comes out of
it "is something to be worked out by the
elected officials. But it should not be
determined in advance of the people in-
dicating what kind of government they
want."
A political settlement in Paris is "high-
ly improbable," Nixon said because "Pres-
ident Thieu has indicated that he, in that
forum, would not agree to a coalition
government."
The President also gave _assurances to
the South, in response to criticism by Sen.
Strom Thurmond (R-SC), that he has no
intention of sending "vigilant squads" of
Justice Department lawyers- to coerce
Southern school districts to integrate.
Nixon declared he has "a one-nation
strategy"-not a Southern or a Northern
strategy-and it is a policy of "coopera-
tion rather than coercion" in seeking to
bring compliance with the law of the land
that segregation must be ended.

sider within that context applications for
the export to South Africa of certain
limited categories of arms so long as they
are for maritime defense directly related
to the security of the sea routes."
Then, dissociating Britain from South
Africa's racial policies, Douglas-Home
stressed: "In no circumstances would
there be sales to South Africa of arms for
the enforcement of the policy of apar-
theid or internal repression."
Opposition Labor and Liberal members
led by former Prime Minister Harold
Wilson angrily assailed the new policy. -
Laborites, including former Defense
Minister Denis Healey; scornfully rejected
Douglas-Home's suggestion-that Soviet
warships menace the safety of Europe's
oil route around the Cape to the Persian
Gulf.
A Liberal, David Steel, charged that
arms sales to South Africa would be "the
biggest blunder in British foreign policy"
since the British-French attack on Egypt
in 1956.
Within the 29-nation Commonwealth a
majority of government leaders wrote to
Prime Minister Edward Heath expressing
dismay at the turn in British policy. Some
spoke of boycotting the next Common-
wealth summit parley due in Singapore
next January. There were reports that
President Julius Nyerere of Tanzania had
warned his country would quit the
Commonwealth if the new policy goes
through.
Douglas-Home, however, appeared un-
moved by all this. He made clear no
final decision will be taken until the
views of all Commonwealth states have
been studied.
But there seemed no doubt about the
final outcome judging by the foreign sec-
retary's declaration: "I would be less
than frank with the House if I did not
say that we have stated our intention. If
anybody, by argument, can break us
away, we will consider all the arguments."

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