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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, May '21; 1975

Page Two THE MICHiGAN DAILY Wednesday, May 21, 1975

n the ne,
International
VIENNA, Austria - Secretary of State
Henry Kissinger and Soviet Foreign
Minister Andrei Gromyko have agreed
to work out a cooperative approach to
holding a Middle East peace conference
in Geneva, a high U.S. official said yes-
terday. He said the two ministers made
"real progress" during two days of meet-
ings in Vienna toward agreement on the
timing and manner of convening a new
Geneva conference. The American offic-
ial, speaking to reporters on Kissinger's
flight from Austria to Bonn, West Ger-
many, said no specific date has been set
for the conference but that it would like-
ly take place in August or early Sep-
tember. Kissinger and Gromyko issued
a communique in which they spoke re-
servedly about the outcome of their talks,
which started Monday, saying the two
will meet again in "the very near future"
to settle unresolved issues.
0
National
TAMPA, Fla. P) - After surviving
eight months in a dense Florida swamp,
a bewildered Chinese seaman, who fear-
ed his captors, hanged himself in his

Ws today...
jail cell Monday, deputies say. "He didn't opposes
understand," an interpreter said after of which
'The Wild Man of Green Swamp" was positiont
found hanging by his belt. "He didn't als rests
believe police would let him go free." tax syst
The man, believed to be Tu-Mei Hu, of ed with
Taiwan, had been chased down by a pos- tax. The
se which followed a trail of half-eaten tinger, a
wild animal carcasses and captured him cation's
Saturday in the sawgrass jungle. Hu, a (publics
father of seven, wrapped one end of his Board a
belt around his neck and fastened the voice to
other end to a cell bar. Hu was jailed Ettinger
for breaking and entering. Police said ing theA
the charges were a protective measure on the s
and probably would be dropped when his tions rec
identity was firmly established. Hu, a public s:
merchant seaman who became sick on library s
board and needed medical treatment, es- authorizi
caped while undergoing a blood test in a operatin
hospital. He said he lived on swamp
water, raw armadillos, alligator tails,
and snakes.
Wea
Thesc
Local1 yesterda
Today st
Disagreement over the ever- popular with hig
issue of money promises to inject at least Be ont
some controversy into the June 9 school though,
board election. The Human Rights Par- cent. Yo
ty (HRP) announced yesterday that it breeze,(

all three millage req
would be renewal
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occasionally gusty.

TV
quests - two
s. Their op-
llage propos- 6:00 2 4 7 11 13 News
ive property 9 Bewitched
s It Takes a Thief
eants replac- 24 ABC News
sated income 9 I Dream of Jeannie
Shelley El- 11 CBS News
y4 Partridge Family
oard of Edu- 30 57 Zoom
g that "the 56 Faust Legend
tion and the 7:00 2 CBS News
sng any real 11 Family Ayfaie
teschlools." 13 what's My Line?
the s20 To Tell the Truth
didates seek- 24 Mod Squad
ee-year seats 30 Assignment America
50SBogases Beroes
allot proposi- 56 woman
wals for the 57 Your Future is Now
d the public 7:30 2 13 Truth or Consequences
e third would 4 Masquerade Party
L5 mills for 11 Name that Tune
.5~~ ~~ mlsfr SBaseball
schools. 20 Voyage to the Bottom of
the Sea
30 Music Project Presents
50 Hogan's Heroes
56 Minding Your Business
57 Lilias, Yoga and You
a repeat of 8:00 2 11 Tony Orlando and Dawn
complaining? 413 Little House on the
ny and warm 7 24 That's My Mama
the mid-80's. 30 56 57 Feeling Good
lundertorms 50 Derler's Choice
understorms,
ty is 0 per 5:30 7 24 Movie
ty is 30 per 8 "Death Cruise"
a 10-20 mph 30 Solar Energy
55 Merv Griffin
5 Roatic Rebellion
9:00 2 11 Cannon
:;.;t 4 13 Lucas Tanner
30 56 57 Great Performances
9:30 20 700 Club
10:00 2 11 Dan August
4 13 Petrocelli
7 24 Baretta
30 57 Old Folks Aren't at
Excluding a $50.00 Home
50 Dinah!
) t 56 Evening at Symphony
frc the student
s of course credit. 10:30 9 Excuse My French
4 p.m.) last date
Term when Reg- 11:00 2 4 7 11 13 24 News
ill allow refund 9 CBC News
withdrawal. 20 Charisma
30 Janaki
56 It's Your Turn
opening a bottle 57 Ohio ThisWeek
he point of the 11:20 9 News
down through 11:30 7 11 Movie
the cork (if it 10"Fort Utah"
before remov- 4 13 Johnny Carson
dine xpers sa 7 24 Johnny Carson
'me experts say 7 Cz Wide World Special
e corkscrew this 55 c9Movie
"Comanche Station"
leverage.
--- 1:00 4 Tomorrow
7 t3 News
1:15 2Movie
"Last of the Wild Horses"
1960 11 News
T 2:00 4 News
2:45 2 News

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Volume LXXXV, No. 11-S
Wednesday, May 21. 1975
is edited and managed by students
at the University of Michigan. News
phone 764-0562. Second class postage
paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106.
Published d a i ly Tuesday th rough
Sunday morning during the Univc- wednesday, May 21
sity yeareat 420 MaynardOSret, Ann
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rates: $10 by carrier (campus area);
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Subscription rates: $5.50 by carrier Attention Students: May 22, 1975
(campus area); $6.00 locals ail (5 p.m.) last date for Spring Half
(Michigan and Ohio); $6.50 non- Term & Spring Summer Term
local mail (other states and foreign). when Registrar's Office will:.
CHANDRASEKAR THAKKUR
SPEAKS ON
Ayurveda & Astrology
(THE INDIAN SCIENCE OF MEDICINE)
FRI., MAY 23-7:30 p.m.
FREE LECTURE
Kuenzel Lounge Michigan Union
Sat., May 24-9 a.m.-Ail Day Astrology Readings
OFFICE OF ETHICS AND RELIGION, 3rd floor Union, Fee $10
UAC, CONCERT CO-OP presents:

)FFICIAL BULLE

a. Accept student 100 per cent
Withdrawal Notice for refund pur-
poses. (Excluding a $50.00 disen-
rollment fee).
b.Allow refund for the student
who reduces hours of course credit.
May 29, 1975 (4 p.m.) last date for
Spring Half Term when Registrar's
Office will allow refund for a 50
per cent Withdrawal.
June 19, 1975 (4 p.m.) last date
for Spring Summer Tecm when
Regiscar's Office will allow refund
for a 50 per cent Withdrawal.
July 17, 1975 (4 p.m.) last date for
Summer Talf Term when Registrar's
Office winl:
a. Accept the Student 100 per
cent Withdrawal Notice for re-

fund purposes. (E
disenrollment fee)
b. Allow refund
who reduces hour
July 24, 1975.(
for Summer Half
istrar's Office w
for a50 per centv
When you are
of wine, turn t
corkscrew right
the bottom of
will go that far
ing the cork. W
that inserting th
way gives good

JEAN-LUC GODARD in
AnLE PETIT SOLDAl
An unconventional French crime thri
was banned by French censors for thi
because of its references to the Alger
Godard's second feature Short: THE
ODOR-Czech animation.
JAMES CANN WEEKEND
THURS.: Joan Crawford in MILDRED PIE
FRI.: Barbara Stanwvck in DOUBLE IDEMt
SAT.: Lana Turner in THE POSTMAN ALWAYS R
NA GUL 3TONIGHT AT OLD A
UIISII~l GILD 7:3O& 9:3O A

ller that
ree years
ion War.
DEADLY
RCE
N ITY
INGS TWICE
RCH. AUD.
DM. ONLY $1

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JESSE COLIN YOUNG
and
LEO KOTTKE
TONIGHT! MAY 21
HILL AUD.-8 p.m.
RESERVED SEATS: $5.00, $4.50, $4.00
TICKETS available at UM Union 12-4 (763-4553)
and tonight at the door at 6 p.m. Sorry no personal
chetks.
smoking and beveraaes not permitted in auditorium

Now through Thursday
SPRING BOOK SALE
20% off.
Charing Cross Bookshop
316 S. STATE
Open M-F 11-9 Used, Fine &
Sat. 10-6 Scholarly Books

J

MECCA FOR LOSERS
TEHRAN, Iran (iP) - A thou-
sand and one temptations and
delights await the passionate
shopper in Tehran's six-mile-
long bazaar which, according
to Iran Air, is the longest in
the world. Along its arcades,
copper urns, trays and ewers,
tin boxes and candelabra, rare
and luminous Persian carpets,
leather coats and bags, suit-
cases made of beer cans, tur-
quoise bluer than the mosques,
enameled faience and ablution
basins are just a few of the
treasures for sale.
But there's also a second-
hand bazaar, where those who
have lost or misplaced a hand-
bag, wallet or car battery, ca"
get it back.
special This Weekend
Sat., Sun .,& Msn.
Reduced Rates for
Billiards & Bowling
UNION
OPEN 1 P.M.

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