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n the news today...
internationalInounced yesterday he is nominating Dan- flex is a
iel Moynihan to be U. S. ambassador to combines
TEHRAN, Iran - Terrorists stopped the United Nations, replacing John Scali, studies i
a car carrying two unarmed U.S. Air who has served in that position since dents toc
Force officers to work yesterday morn- February, 1973. Moynihan is a Harvard years ra
ing, ordered their Iranian driver to the professor and one-time top-level member
floor of the car, then allegedly shot and of Richard Nixon's White House staff. He
killed the Americans. The U.S. Em- also served as assistant secretary of Ha pr
bassy identified the dead men as Col. labor in both the Kennedy and Johnson
Paul Shaffer Jr., 45, of Byran, Ohio, and administrations. . . . a
Lt. Col. Jack Turner, 45, of Carbondale, Contemp

Ill. The Iranian government said they
have identified the three suspects as
Marxist guerillas, and "no action will be
spared to find the murderers and bring
them to justice."
WASHINGTON - President Ford told
Republican senators yesterday he in-
tends to run a vigorous presidential cam-
paign next year, and carry a strong and
constructive program to the people. Sen.
Hugh Scot (R-Pa.) said he does not
expect Ford to encounter any substantive
challenge within the Republican party
and "with few exceptions, the present
Democratic candidates are a parade of
pygmies." "
WASHINGTON - President Ford an-

LANSING - The legislature's version
of the 1975-76 state budget began to take
shape yesterday, as budget bills began
to emerge from House and Senate Ap-
propriations Committees. According to
Budget Director Gerald Miller, there is
already a $100 overrun in the lawmak-
er's apropriations. Miller said the over-
run included an extra $16 million more
for higher education.
Dr. Robert Reed, associate professor
of internal medicine, has been named
as the new director of the Inteflex Pro-
gram, according to Dean John Gronvall
of the University Medical School. Inte-

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by a former Ann Arbor r
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d Freedom (Ann Arbor - Y
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will be partly sunny and wa
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t at 10-20 m.p.h. And there
nce of showers or thundersh
ht with the air turning co
orrow while it will be comf
weekend with temperatures
and 70's.

Thursday, May 22, 1975
that onih
Stu- 6:00 2 4 7 711 13 News
six 9 Bewitched
ght. 20 It Takes a Thief
24 ABC Ners-Smth/
30 57 Electric Company
50 Star Trek
56 Energy, Technologya d
lays 6:30 4 13 NBS News-Joh
Wit- Chancellor
7 ABC News-Snith/
ef0- Reasoner
and 9 I Dream of Jeannie
ling 11 CBS News-Waltdr
for 24 Mod squad
psi- 30 57 Zoom
me 5o Faust Legend
Rd. 7:00 2 CBS News-Waltlc
R. Cronkite
4 7 News
9 Beverly Hillbillies
11 Family Affair -
13 What's My Line?
20 To Tell the Truth
rm 30 O1o This Week
0's. 50 Hogan's Heroes
Si Assignment America
per 57 Dig It
eat- 7:30 2 13 Truth or Consequences
will 4 American Life style
7 Let's Make A Deal
IW- 9News
oler 11 Wild Kingdom
20 Voyage to the Bottom of
ort- the Sea
in 24 Ohio Lottery Buckeye 300
30 56 57 Consomer Survival
50 Hogan's Heroes
-. 8:00 2 11 The Waltons
4 13 Sunshine
7 24 Primal Man
9 To Be Aaaoonced
3057 Bill Moyers' Journat:
,.~~,,1 InternationalReport
50 Dealer's Choice
Fashion 56 Consumer Buy-Line
ffers a 8:30 4 13 Bob Crane
tuition 20 Happy Though Married
ling in 50 derv Griffin
btank 'O'evri
b :ak 56 Detroit Black News
9:00 2 11 Movie
4 13 Mac Davis
7 24 streets of San Francisco
20 Wrestling
30 57 In Performance at
Heeded Wolf Trap
en aid, 56 Black Journal
weeks. 10:00 4 13 Movin' On
earning 7 24 Harry O
hailabe. 20 700 Club
rtation 30 57 Since the American
Way of Death
r, MI.: 50 Dinah!
son to 56 Masterpiece Theatre
group 11:00 2 4 7 11 13 24 News
s/girls. 9 CBC News-Lloyd Robertson
salary- 30 Janaki
Further 56 It'ssour Turn
57 Arabs and Israelis
Open 11:20 9 News
nd up 11:30 2 Movie
s avail- "Comanche"
4 13 Johnny Carson
ng for 2 24 wide World Special
ny n d "Watersole No. 3"
d s r 20 Happy Hunters
PaFr- 50 Movie
"Panic in the Streets"
56 57 ABC News-Smith/
ied to Reasoner
n ani- 12:00 9 Midnight
intains 1:00 4 Tomnorrows-Ton, Snydee
7 13 News
n't un- 1:30 2 Movie
ht and "Waterhole No. 3"
okfield 00 11 News
2:04 News
others 3:30 2 Mayberry R.F.D.
4:00 2 News

r r . o . .

Volume LXXV, No. 12-S
Thursday, May 22, 1975
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Careers, Ltd., N.Y. City o
endar fashion fellowship covering
for the yr. 1975-76; beginn
4: Victor Machetti, former Sept. or Jan.; registration
st. to Deputy Director, CtA, available at CP&P.
a Douglas Porter, on Fat,
an Heritage Night: Michi- Summer Placement
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Planning & Placement Camp Davis, Wyoming:
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of $2,500. 9pply to: Mr. paid.
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teach gymnastics with small
ai University offers a Col- of Junior high schools boy
ior Lawyer's Assistant Pro- Day camp setting. Excellent
weeks summer after the June 30 through Aug. 22. F
r. & 4 wks. immed. upon detatis available.
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ice. ing for researcher; junior a
in marketing. Further detail
Forest Service, Co.: Open!
Landscape Architect for Ju
August. Excellent salary. Car
sary but transportation pai
ther details available.
For years explorers tr
capture a Giant Panda,a
oal that lives in the mou
of western China. It wasr
til 937 that one was caug
sent to the Chicago Bro(
Zoo. Since then several
have been caught.

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