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Friday, July 18, 1975

President meets
with 'U' interns
(Continued from Page 3) ident displayed his celebrated
arguing that "politics is not as informalIty by grinning delight-
dirty as you think," a standard edy and immediately assenting
theme of his before youth when Representative M a r v i n
groups. Esch (R-Ann Arbor) suggested
HE ENCOURAGED the in- that the interns should have a
terns to continue their involve- pool party at the newly-com-
ment with politics, predicting pleted White House facility.
that they would "be running THE PRESIDENT paused
things before you know it," an- briefly, then said "sure" as his
other oft-repeated maxim. even features broke into a spn-
The President looked fit and taneous smile.
surprisingly calm. In the rose
garden appearance he stuck out As he climbed the steps back
in the crowd of secret service into the oval office Ford turned,
men with darting eyes, aides waved, and said "have a good
glancing at their watches, and day, and . "There he faltered
a gaggle of nervously giggling unable to think of something to
students. say, and left the statement
While dismal, putrid clouds hanging as the door closed be-
overhead threatened todrench hind him
the Washington area, the Prs- -- _ _________
Happenings
(Continued from Page5),
original Yardbirds and Jeff
Beck.
MUSIC
Chances Are - Star Castle
again, rock, $1.50 all patrons.
Blind Pig - Twice Two, jazz.
Mr. Flood's Party - Michael
Smith and His Country Volun-
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Golden Falcon - Greek Nite
with the Athen Express, dancing
and a special Greek Menu, no
cover.
Bimbo's in Ann Arbor-Griev-
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Apollo-Soyuz crews, exchange
greetings in historic rendezvous

(Continued from Page1)
and picture taking for the folks
back home. Brand dined alone
in the Apollo.
The meal, provided by the
Soviets, ,included cans of cheese
and turkey in jelly, tubes of
cranberry dressing, apple juice
and strawberries, and plastic
bags with what Stafford called
"little bitty ... miniature loaves
of Russian bread."
After the meal, they parted,
with the Americans returning to
their spaceship.
EARLIER, t h ey unpacked
curled documiets and took turns
signing and exchanging them.
In a formal reply to the ez-
change, Stafford said: "May our

joint work in space serve for the
benefit of all persons in all
countries on earth."
The dramatic handshake and
embrace came three hours after
Stafford delicately guided the
Apollo craft to a flawless dock-
ing with the Soyuz.
"WE HAVE succeeded," an-
nounced Stafford after the link-
up which came six minutes
ahead of schedule at 12:09 p.m.-
EDT some 140 miles over Spain.
Minutes later, the Americans
discovered a tunnel connecting
the two spacecraft was filled
with a burning odor that irri-
tated the eyes. The smell slow-
ly dissipated and the prepara-
tion for the space meeting pro-

ceded without delay.
The smooth linkup of the So-
viet and American craft used a
new docking device that was
jointly developed by the two
countries.
THE UNION climaxed a two-
day chase through the vast
arena of space as the Apollo
spacecraft hunted down the or-
biting Soyuz.
"I can see your beacon
through the porthole," said Leo-
nov as he watched the approach
of the larger Apollo craft.
A few minutes later, Stafford
bumped the craft together and
docking latches slammed home,
uniting the two craft.
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