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THE MICHIGAN DAILY .

Satur-day May 10, 1975

Paqe Two THE MICHiGAN DAILY Saturday, May 10, 1975

In the
National
KANSAS CITY - James Mc
have deliberately bungled the
break-in an the orders of to
ficials who wanted to expose
House plumbers, accordingf
published yesterday in the K
Star. In a copyrighted article
aserted that formed CIA dire
ard Helms became disencha
the Nixon administration's u
CIA for political purposes, an
McCord, a retired CIA agent
tionally disrupt the Waterga
ment.
NAPA, Calif. - Five per
charged in a civil damage
Thursday with "conspiracy t

news today...
Plaintiff Wilma Gardner accused the DETR
five joggers-in-the-buff of planinng at a igan dro
Cord may party last year to send two of their group the stat
Watergate streaking through a nearby bar. Gard- less rat
p CIA of- ner said she was knocked over as one cording
the White of the streakers passed by and suffered Security
to reports a back injury. dents w
asas City pared tc
the Star Sag 15.5 per
ctor Rich- EAST LANSING - University Regent work ca
nted with Lawrence Lindemer, named earlier this related
se of the week to the state Supreme Court, said picture.
id ordered yesterday he will not make a public dis-
to inten- closure of his personal finances. "I W a
te assign- would be willing to make a total finan- VNV
cial disclosure to some one impartial The d
person, such as the chief justice, but be here
sons were there is nothing in my finances I'm con- weekend
suit filed cerned about," Lindemer commented in near 70,
o streak." a television interview. vail tod

WIT - Unemployment in Mich-
ped to 14.t per cent in April, but
e still recorded the highest job-
e for that month since 1958. Ac-
to the Michigan Employment
Commission, some 599,000 resi-
ere out of work in April, com-
o the March level of 627,300, or
cent. The commission credited
llbacks in the auto industry and
businesses for the improved job
ther
elightful days of spring seem to
to stay - at least through the
d. Partly cloudy skies with highs
and lows around 50to 55 will pre-
day, tomorrow, and Monday,

LAAA'RI
Unscramble This Plant Name and
Mother Earth's Creations
Will Sell You One 15%
This Week at
(Or 10% on any other plant)
621 CHURCH STREET ANN ARBOR, 994-6050
MON. 12 TO 6 . TUES. THRU SAT. 10 TO 6
POTTERY MACRAME IMPORTED WEAVINGS . PLANT CARE

RENTIT!
TV's
Stereos
Air Conditioners
HI-FI STUDIO
215 ASHLEY-668-7942
SPRING TERM SPECIAL
BILLIARDS
at Reduced Rates
$1.00 hour
May 12, 13, 14
Michigan Union

TV
tonight
6:00 2 4 11 13 News
9 My Partner, The Got
20 Movie: "The Steel Bey"
so Star Trek
6:30 4 13 NBC News
7 24 Reasoner Report
11 eS News
30 Zoom
7:00 2 CBS News
4 Profiles in Black
7 Detroit
9 Police Surgeon
11 ge-Haw
13 50 Lawrence Welk
24 Last at the Wild
30 World Press
7:15 20 Movie: "Quiet Woman"
7:30 2 $25,000 Pyramid
4 New Candid Camera
7 Treasure Hunt
9 Circus
24 Let's Make a Deal
8:00 2 1 All lothe Family
4 13 Emergency
7 24 Kng F
9 Front Page Challenge
30 57 Nova
50 That Good Ole Nashville
Music
56 Channel 5 Auction
8:30 2 11 The Jeffersons
9 Billy Liar
20 Public Policy Forms
50 Hee Haw
9:00 2I1l Marv Tyler Moore
4 13 Movie: "The Bridge at
RIemagen" (George Segal, Ro-
brt Vugh)
7 24 Movie: "Niholas and
Ale andra" (Mial Javton.
JanetSunzman.,Laurence Oliv-
ier. Roderic Noble)
o The Paisers
30 Theae in America:
"The Conta-tor"
57 At the 'on0
"30 2 11 Bob Newcrt
20 Temnle flatist Curh
50 SHth Sense
10:00 2 115 CraItBurnett
9 The wo'd of Oi'hert and
Snlivan: "olanthe"
20 200 Cih
7 Wol's Wor Air Crash
11:00 2 7 11 News
9 CRC News
2 AC News
11:15 7 ABC News
9 Provincial Affairs
24 Movie: "The People"
(wiliam shatner)
11:20 4 13 News
9 A Look Back
11:30 2 Movie "No was to Treat a
Lady" (Rod steiger, Lee
Remick)
7 Movie: "Joe"(Perer Bov'el
9 Movie: "A Study in Terror"
(John Neville, Donald Hous-
ton)
11 Movie: "Loving" (George
Segal)
20 Right On
30 Janaki
50 Movie: "Tower of Terror"
11:50 4 The Tonight Show
13 Movie "Coogan's Bluff"
(Clint Eastwood)
1:30 2 Movie: "Tugboat Annie"
(Wallace Beery)
7 Movie: "Violent Saturday"
(Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine)
$2.50 8$O
FRI.-SAT.
THE
Original
Sloth Band
quita., trumpet, d a b r o,
clarinet, mandolin, tenor &
5 string banjo, harmonica.
etc.
PLAYING
New Orleans jazz, big bond,
pop songs of 20's & 30's,
lug band music, etc., etc.

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