Daily Official Bulletin
Friday, May 23
WUOM: Daniel Callahan, dir.,
Inat. Society, Ethics. & Lif e Sci-
ences, on "Population & Human
Rights," 10:05 am.
U.S.-China Paples' Friendship
Assoc.: Special program, People's
China and the World's Food Prob-
Problem, Ball Rm., Union, 7:30 pm.
3200 SAB, 763-4117
Camp Davis, Wyoming: Needed
able-bodied person for kitchen aid,
all acaund helper, foe nine weeks.
Must have get-up- and-ga morning
ability; Further details available
at Summer Placement 763-4117.
Room/Board/ transportation paid.
Jewish Community Center, ML:
Opening for qualified person to
teach gymnastics with small group
of junior high school boys / girls;
day camp setting; eclent salary
- June 30 through Aug. 22. Furth-
er details available.
National Sanw of Jackson; Open-
ing for researcher, junior and up
in marketing. Further details avail-
Forest Service,A olorado: Opening
for Landscape Architect far July
and August. Excellent Salary. Car
necessary but transportation paid.
Farther details available.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, May 23, 975
THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, May 23, 1975
In the news today
made no move to intervene in the fight-
DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania - The
Tanzanian government launched an air WASHINGTON - Riding the political
and ground search yesterday for a crest of the Mayaguez incident, Presi-
DutCh woman and three Stanford Uni- dent Ford says he will formally an-
versity students, including former Ann nounce his candidacy for the presidency
Arbor resident Barbara Smuts, who within a month and that he expects to
were kidnapped Monday from a remote win the election. Several key Republi-
wildlife reserve by 40 uniformed gun- cans stated that Ford's handling of the
men. A Stanford spokesman said that rescue of the American merchant ship
Tanzania was "doing everything pos- and its 40 - member crew had boosted
sible, as are the American and Dutch his status as a party leader and cut into
embassies" to free the captives. opposition from the conservative wing.
BEIRUT - A shaky cease-fire be- National
tween Palestinian guerillas and right-
wing militiamen in Lebanon collapsed WASHINGTON - More than three-
early yesterday as a new upsurge of fourths of the Senate joined forces yes-
fighting developed in a Beirut suburb. terday to tell President Ford that he
Observers reported sporadic rifle and should "make it clear" that the United
machine gun fire as troops from each States firmly supports Israel as it seeks
side manned battle stations on deserted a Middle East peace accord with the
streets. Although Defense Minister Jo- Arabs. "The United States, acting in its
seph Skaf admitted that "the situation own national interests, stands firmly
is very messy," the army has so far with Israel in the search for peace in
. . .
future negotiations," seventy-six sena-
tors said in a letter sent to the White
The Eastern Michigan University
(EMU) Board of Regents yesterday
unanimously approved tuition hikes
ranging from $2 to $9.25 per credit hour.
EMU president James H. Brickley told
the Board that the $1.2 million in addi-
tional revenue expected from the tuition
increase is necessary "to avoid curtail-
ment of academic instruction and sup-
A little more rain will fall into our
lives over the weekend, as partly cloudy
skies this afternoon are doomed to turn
into showers by later this evening. Highs
through Sunday are expected to be in
-the mid-70s to low-80s.
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6:00 2 4 7 11 13 News
20 It Takes a Thief
30 57 Electric Company
50 Star Trek
0:30 4 13 NBC News-John
7 ABC News-Smith/
9 I Dream of Jeannie
11 CBS News-walter
24 Partridge Family-Comedy
56 Faust Legend
57 Ohio Outlook
7:00 2 CBS News-Walter Cronkite
7:30 2 Movie
"A Time for Every Season"
4 Hollywood Squares
7 Let's Make a Deal
9 Basin 222
51 Hollywood Squares
13 Truth or Consequences
20 Vaage to the Bottom of
30 56 Black Perspective on
4 7 News
11 Family Affair
13 What's My Line?
20 To Tell the Truth
24 Mad Squad
30 56 57 Aviation Weather
50 Hogan's Heroes
50 Hogan's Heroes
57 Lihas, Yoga and You
0:00 4 13 Sanford and Son
7 who's on First?
9 Pig and Whistle
11 Eleven at Large
24 Night Stalker
30 56 57 Washington Week
50 Dealer's Choice
8:30 4 13 Chico and the Man
11 We'll Get By
20 Daniel Boone
30 56 57 Wall Street Week
50 Merv Griffin
9:00 2 11 NBA Playoff
7 24 ot L SBaltimore
13 Rockford Files
30 Masterpiece Theatre
56 Detroit Black Journal
57 Masterpiece Theatre
9:30 7 24 Odd Couple
20 200 Club
56 Off the Record
10:00 7 24 Get Christie Love!
9 Tommy Hunter
13 'olice woman
"The Devil's Eye"
50 57 in Performance at
11:00 2 7 11 13 24 News
9 CBCNews-Lloyd Robertson
20 Deaf Sear
57 The Way it Was
11:20 9 News
11:30 2 Movie
4 To Sr Announced
7 24 Wide WorldSpeciail
13 Johnny Carson
"The Rise and Fall ofLegs
57 ABC News-Smith/
12:101 4 News
9 Movie-Science Fiction
12:30 4 Johnny Carson
1:00 4 13 Midnight special
7 Don Kirshner'sRock
1:10 11 Nes
2:30 2 Movie
"The Mad Doctor of Market
2:30 4 7 13 News
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310 MAYNARD ,
ARE YOU INTERESTED in serving
as a grad student member of the
new Advisory Committee for the
Deanship of the LS&A College?
THE NEW COMMITTEE WILL:
1. assist & counsel Pees. Fleminq ad the Reqents is
determining qualities & experience necessary for a new
Dean of LS&A College.
2. compile a list of suitable candidates.
3. help determine a final panel of candidotes for the
Rockhm Student Govt. is solicitin 5 od student nomina-
tions for 1 position on the Advisory Committee. Women and
minority students are encouraged to apply.
Applications for oraduate nomination to this committee
are available in Rm. 2006 Rackham Bidg.. Mon.-Fri.,
May 25-May 30.afternoons<(763-52721.
Only grad students registered for '75-76
U-M school year need apply