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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Soturday, June 14, 1975

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, June 14, 1975

In the news today..

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International
NEW DELHI, India - Prime Minister In-
dira Gandhi took to the streets yesterday to
win support for her decision to remain in
office while appealing her conviction for cor-
rupt election practices. Four non-communist
opposition parties paid no attention, however,
and declared they no longer recognize her as
prime minister. The guilty verdict, which bar-
red the prime minister from holding any public
office until 1981, sparked off a major political
and constitutional confrontation over whether
Gandhi should resign while appealing to the
Supreme Court. She has, so far, refused to do
so. Where have we heard this story before?
National
NEW YORK - A $1.5 billion class action
suit was filed yesterday against the nation's
three largest car rental firms - Hertz, Avis
and National-for alledgedly overcharging car
rental consumers at 20 major airports over the
past ten years. The Federal Trade Commis-
sion on Thursday charged all three firms with
monopolizing the airport car rental business,
causing consumers to pay substantially higher
prices as a result.
WASHINGTON - The House, pushing to-
ward final passage of its sharply scaled-down
energy bill, yesterday approved tax credits
for buyers of electric cars and those who use
solar energy to heat and cool their homes.
The lawmakers then turned to other provisions
in the legislation tailored by the Ways and
Means Committee as an alternative to Presi-
dent Ford's program of higher oil import tar-

iffs and other measures designed to reduce
fuel consumption.
"
State
DETROIT - American car sales in early
June jumped a surprising 9.4 per cent above
early May to the highest levels for the first
10 days of any month since last October. Even
so, the early June sales reported by the four
major U.S. auto makers yesterday trailed poor
year-ago levels by 6.4 per cent and were the
lowest for the period in 14 years.
"
Happenings ...
Banjo Betsy performs country/folk at t h e
Guild House, 820 Monroe, at 9:00 p.m. to-
night. Admission is $1.00. Ann Arbor Tomorrow
is sponsoring a downtown arts competition,
with the winning designs and displays to be
shown July 20 through the month of August.
Competition is in two parts: murals for those
persons 18 years or younger and sculpture for
those 19 years and older. Prize money varies,
but you'd better get your entries in soon -
the deadline is July 3. For further information,
call Ann Arbor Tomorrow at 665-4433.
Weather
If April showers bring May flowers, what
do June thunderstorms bring? As if we have
not had our share of rain already this month,
there is a 50 per cent chance that the heavens
will again be dumping on us tonight. Today's
high will be in the mid 80's with partly sunny
skies. Lows tonight will be in the 60's. Tem-
peratures tomorrow should reach a pleasant 82.

TV,
6:00 2 11 News
90 My Partne, The Ghost
20 Movie-Thriler
"I Was a Teen-age Were-
wolf," (1957)
30 ElectrieCompany
50 Stae Trek
6:30 4 13 News
S 14 Reasoner Report
11 CBS News-Dan Rather
30 Zoom
56 The Lingering Heart
7:00 2 CBS News-Dan Rather
4 Profiles in Black
7 Detroit-Discussion
9 Police Surgeon
1t Her Raw
13 50 Lawrence Welk
24 Last of the Wild
30 57 World Press
56 Romantic Rebellion
7:15 20 Movie-Drama "Teenage
Caveman," (1950)
7:30 2 125,000 Pyramid
4 New Candid Camera
7 Treasure Hunt
9 Out and About
24 Let's Make a Deal
56 Music Project Presents
8:00 2 11 All in the Family
4 13 Emergencyt,
724 Kung Fu
9 Front Page Challenge
30 57 NOVA-science
"Strange Steep"
50 That Good Ole Nashville
Music
56 RtltlSMoyers' Journl:OIn-
ternationat Report
8::30 2 11 rhe .eftersons-Comedy
9 itty Liar--Comedy
20 Public Policy Forums
50 Night Gallery
"The Miracle at Camateo."
9:00 2 11 Mary Tyler Moore
4 13 Movie-Comedy
7 24 Movie-Comedy-Drama
An offbeat racial satire:
"The Landlord" (1970)
9 Barbara Frum-Interview
30 56 57 Fourth National
Young Filmmakers' Festival
Special
50 Perry Mason BW
9:30 2 11 Bob Newhart
20 Temple Baptist Church
10:00 2 Evening with Pearl Bailey
9 The World of Gilbert and
Sullivan
11 Carol Burnett
20 100 Club
30 57 That Uncertain Para-
dise - Report

special: A rising rate of Ju-
venile 4elinquency is one ef-
feet noted in this documen-
tary on current cultural
changes in Micronesia.
50 Lou Gordon
56 Movie-Drama BW
"Torment." (Swedish; 1944)
Gripping study of a high-
school boy (Alf Kjellin) and
his aftair with a tart (Mat
Zetterling) who Is dominated
by a sadistic professor (Stag
Jarrel). Excellent script by
Ingmar Bergman. Forceful
direction by Alf Sjoberg.
Classic. (90 min.)
10:30 30 57 One of a Kind-Music
11:00 2 4 11 13 News
9 CBC News-George Finstad
30 Janaki-Exereise
11:15 7 News
9 Provincial Affairs
24 ABC News-Van Amburg
11:20 9 A Look Back
11:30 2 11 Victor Awards
Special: Outstanding ath-
letes are honored at the
ninth annual VictorsAwards
ceremony in Las Vegas.
4 Johnny Carson
7 ABC News-Van Amburg
9 Movie-Thriller
"The Skull." (English; 1965)
The skull of the notorious
Marquis de Sade drives a
professor to murderous rage
13 Movie-Drama BW
"Blast 0 fsilence." "(1961) A
hired killer stalks his vic-
tim in New York City
20Right On-Music
24 Movie-Thriller
"The House That Wouldn't
Die." (1970) Chiller about a
woman who inherits an o1l
Pennsylvania house said to
be hatuted.
50 Movie-Thriller BW
"Beast from Haunted Cave.'
t1959) Gangstes out tor
a gold mine are mentaced by
a fearsome monster.
11:05 1 Movie-Science Fiction
"The Satan Bue." (195650 too
tived thriller about a fcvm-
ti csearch for stolen tVlbv
containing deadly sertin h1
silt destroy all life on t-rl i
1:00 2 Movie-Thriller 1W
' The Cosmic Monsters. I
glish: 1958) Gigantic inscts
on the rampage.
4 11 13 News
1:45 7 3lovie-Adventure H1W
"Captain Carey, U.S.A." (1950)
Alan Ladd returns to tp.:tw tr
Italy seekingcrevenge.
2:30 2 News
3:30 7 Soundings-Discussion
Topic:Penal system
4:00 7 News

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Saturday, June 14
Day Calendar
Bicycle Club: 40-60 mile ride,
meets Diag, 0 am.
WUOM: From the Midway - "A
Look at the Elderly in the Future:
Part III," with Brian Berry; Theo-
dore Marmor; & Bryan Gold, 10 am;
Options on Education - "Indian
Education: On and Off the Reser-
vation," 1 pm.
Planetarium: Audience - requested
topics, Exhibit Museum, 2, 3 pm.
Sunuday, June 15
Day Calendar
Bicycle Club: 40-60 mile ride,
meets, Diag, 9 am.

WUOM: Dr. Seymour Diamond,
Chicago Medical School, Pres.,
Nat'l Migrain Foundation, "Bi-
feedback: Fad or Therapy?" 1 pm.
Planetarium: Audience-resquest,,d
topics, Exhibit Museum, 2, 3 pm.
Monday, June 16
WtUOM: 'The Story of Cole Por-
ter," in words & music, produced
by Sheila Stewart, WUSF, 10 am.
Computing Ctr.: L. Rosen. Stfn-
ford, "Spires File Definition," lec.
3, 324 W. Eng., 1-5 pm.
Music School: Carillon Rec'itl,
Chris Marzonie, carillonneur, 1ur-
ton Tower, 7-8 pm.

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