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Wednesday, May 28,'1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Daily Classifieds

Cannes Festival underway

(Continued from Page 8)
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TRANSPORTATION
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FOUND on State St. near Ann n
Thursday, May 22 at 8:00 p.m-A
bunch of kes-tveral colors-o
a non-ecipt rig. If tallthik
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Applications are available in 2006,
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now accepting applications for 1
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nomination. The Council will focus
an adminitration-admission policy,
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in determining qualities and exper-
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a list of suitable candidates, and
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of candidates for the position. Ap-
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(Continued from Page 3)
here in grand style. Among
them are David Carradine, ,ho
is here for the premiere or his
first kung fu movie; Michael
Caine, who also has a new
movie coming out; Dustin f1'/f-
man, who is- expected 0 t wi
the best actor award for his
performance in Lenny; aid
Telly Savalas, who is prosa-n-
ably on hand to make hay bhile
the sun shines.
THERE are other actors and
actresses from all over tlI e
world, too, accompanied by
their drawn and worried-li aling

agents who trail close behind
them. There are those who di
rected the films, those who paid'
for them, and those who are
looking to buy them.
It seems, in fact, that aalmos.t
everyone in town is conected
in some way With the movie ,n-
dustry. People are constantly
poring over movie magazines
and schedules. They talk boat
all the movies they have seen
or are planning to see, and how
little sleep they've had a i n c e
their arrival. They coanplnin
about their flights, thsir hotel
rooms, the food, and everything
else as they fry like fragels

Ford raises oil tax

(Continued from Page 11
would cut oil imports by 50,-
000 barrels per day this year
and by 350,000 barrels per day
by 1977.
A FACT SHEET distributed
to reporters also revealed that
Ford will impose a 60-cents-per-
barrel fee on imported refined
petroleum.
The new fee, not mentioned
in the speech text, will affect
principally Florida, Hawaii and
states in the Northeast that buy
foreign oil that has already been
ratified. Opposition from these
states forced Ford not to place
an additional tariff on refined
oil when he introduced his first
$1-a-barrel fee on crude oil.
Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger, in a speech to the
International Energy Agency in
Paris, said all actions the Presi-
dent was taking on his own
would reduce U. S. oil imports

about 1.2 million barrels a day
by 1977.
"THE PRESIDENT hopes
that the. Congress will join him
in common additional action to
bring about the remaining sav-
ings needed to meet our goal of
2 million barrels," Kissinger
said.
"But should this not prove
possible, he is prepared to use
the powers available to him to
assure that the United States
does its part in the common
conservation effort proposed
for all oil consuming nations."
Even before the President
spoke, 'his tariff hike drew fire
from the leading energy ex-
perts in the House.
"I am strongly opposed to the
import fee of $1," said Rep.
Al Ullman (D-Oregon), chair-
man of the House Ways and
Means Committee. "I think it's
the wrong medicine at the
wrong time."

and sip warm Coca-Cola in the
noonday sun.
Much of the action takes place
in the hotel lobbies. "I n 1u1-
shit you. I never Oa:lis'it ro-
body," says one filmm letrt as
he dickers' with a disraiaor
over his latest creation.
MOVIE big shots meet ith
other movie big shots' o com-
pare notes. And hopeful ofsarlets
in scanty clothing oarade their
luscious bodies about in the
hopes that someone wco hap-
pens to be somebody wig, cast
more than a fleeting gla'ice in
their direction.
But soon the movie magic
which has transformed this
sleepy resort on the Rivi era in-
to a bustling metropolis will be
no more. All the movie men
will pack their bags, ana the
posters will come .sown from
the trees - until next "Aay,
when the rat race ocyass all
over again.
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Joan continues
to smile
I wo years ago we said Joan was
flunking out and didn't know where
to turn. She really wanted to earn
a college degree. Do you know the
feeling?
y Thomas More College gave Joan a
r Second Chance. We have a special
summer program designed just for
students like Joan . . underachiev-
ing students who have experienced
serious academic difficulty or fail-
ure. It's an intensive program of
study, testing and counseling con-
ducted by a specially-trained staff.
And the goal of the program is the
students removal from probation or
his or her readmission to college.
Joan is an example of Operation
Second Chance. She returned to her
college, graduated and continues to
smile.
SECOND CHANCE
June 16 - July 25, 1975
For details, write: BOB BROWN
THOMAS MORE COLLEGE
Box 85 - Fort Mitchell, Kentucky 41017
Orcall: (606)1341-500 - ext. 10
This program is adaptable to veterans. (Metropolitan Cincinnati, Ohio)

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