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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sot urd4y, July 19, 1975

Page Two THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Saturday, July 19, 1975

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In thenews today.
products," said Reuben, who claims that such
International products are prevalent on supermarket shelves
and -in restaurants and cafes. "We have imita-
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina - Doctors coun- tions of imitations," he said.
seled rest yesterday for President Isabel Peron,t
ill in bed with a cold, and well-informed sourc-
es said she may seek a 60-day leave from WASHINGTON.- President Ford was re-
her crisis-plagued job. However, Interior Min- ported yesterday ready for an early meeting
ister Antonio Benitez denied the leave reports with exiled Soviet writer Alexander Solzhenit-
carried by nearly all Buenos Aires newspap- syn - but apparently won't extend the writ-
ers. le said the President was recovering and ten invitation the author is said to want. White
would be back at work soon. "There has not House Press Secretary Ron Nessen told re-
been the slightest conversation or insinuation porters Ford "considers that Solzhenitsyn has
in any sphere of government about a presumed an open invitation" to meet with him at the
request for leave by the President," Benitez White House. And the spokesman, said he
said. expected such a session would take place "at
some time." In response to a question, Nessen
said some persons close to the outspoken critic
LUANDA, Angola - The weeklond fighting of the Soviet regime report that "a formal writ-
between rival black nationalists in Angola left ten invitation would be desired" by Solzhenit-
300 persons dead and raised puzzling questions
about the inactive role of Portuguese troops. syn.
Lisbon still has 27,000 men in its oil-rich colony
scheduled for independence November i, but
hey did nothing to halt the spreading conflict State
and bloodshed. in the suburbs of the seaside LANSING - The winning Michigan Lottery
apital. "Triple Play" number for today is: 093. Tick-
ets bearing that number qualify the holder for
a $25 prize. The winning number in yester-
day's drawing was: 044.
SAN FRANCISCO -- The average American
onsumes 22 pounds of unnecessary chemicals W
n food a year because of the laxity of the
Food and Drug Administration, and Dr. David Bad news for all the Art Fair goers - the
Reuben wants it to stop. Reuben, who told word of the hour is "rain." It should be partly
s all we wanted to know about sex, now wants cloudy throughout the day with highs in the
o tell us how to keep our bodies healthy mid to upper 80's, lows in the mid-60's to-
nough to enjoy it. His highest recommenda- night. As for tomorrow, much of the same with
ion is to eat two cents worth of bran a day. highs in the 80's. Chiance of precipitation today
I've made a pledge not to consume non-food is 50 per cent. Get your raincoats, folks.

TV
6:30 4 13 NBC News-Tom Brokaw
7 24 ABC News-Ted Koppel
11 CBS News-Dan Rather
30 The Toledo Zoo
56 Romantic Rebellion
-Doeunentary
57 Jean Shepherd's America
7:00 2 CBS News-Dan Rather
4 Profiles In Black
7 Detroit--Discussion
9 Police Surgeon-Crime
drama
11K ee aw
13 50 Lawrence Welk
24 Last of the Wild
30 Appalachian Green Parks
Project
56 57 Firing Line-Buckley
7:15 20 Movie-Thriuler b/w "The
Brain Eaters" (1958)
7:30 2525,000 Pyramid
4 Masquerade Party
7 Treasure Hunt
9 Out and About
Reports on Judo and model
airplanes
24 Let's Make a Deal
U.S.-USSR SPACE FLIGHT
Networks may pre-empt regu-
lar programs for coverge
8:00 2 11 All In The Family
4 13 Emergency!
7 24 Keep on Truckin'
9 All Around the Circle
-Variety
30 56 57 Philadelphia Folk
Festival
Insights into contemporary life
are offered in the music of
John Prine
50 The Good Ole Nashville
Music
8:30 B li1The Jeffersons-Comedy
S Billy Liar -- Comedy
20Public Policy Forums
Part2of "Is Nuclear Power
Safe?"
50 Night Gallery
9:00 2 11 Mary Tyler Moore
4 13 Movie-Drama - Yul
Brenner and Gina Loliobrig-
ida play "Solomon and Sheba"
in this 1959 Movie
7 24 Movie-Comedy--Jack
Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine
in "Irma la Douche" (1963)
9 Barbara Frum - Interview
Scheduled: A discussion of
current American foreign
policy
30 57 Minnesota Orchestra at
Orchestra Hall
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
volume LXXXV, No. 45-S
Saturday, July 19, 1975
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ao Perry Mason
56 At The Top - Music
Special: The Modern Jazz Quar-
tet
9:30 2 11 Bob Newhart
20 Temple Baptist Church
10:00 2 11 Miss Universe Pageant
9On The Evidence-Drama
20 700 Club
50 Lou Gordon
Legalizing prostitution discussed
56 Movie-Comedy b/w "Secrets
of women" (Swedish; 1952)
10:3O 30 57 Caught in the Act--Music
Folk-rock music with a gospel
flavor
11:00 9 CBC News-George Finstad
30 Janaki-Exercise
11 15 9 A Look Back
11:30 4 13 News
9 Movie-Science Fiction
"Crack in the World." (1965)
20 Right On-Music
50 Movie.- Thriller
"The War of the Gargantuas"
(Japanese;-1970)
11:45 7 News
24 ABC News
12:00 2 11 News
4 Johnny Carson
7 ABC News
13 Movie-Comedy b/w "A
Lady Takes a Chance." (1943)
24 Movie - Thriller
"The Zombie Walks." (Ger-
man; 1970)
12:15 7 Movie-Drama
"The Prize" (1964)
12:30 2 Moyle-Crimse DransA
"A Tattered Web." (5971)
11 Movie-Adventure b/w
"Brushfire" (1962)
5:30 4 i3 News
2:30 2 Movie -- Thriller b/w
"She Demons" (1957)
11 News
3:00 7 Soundings--Discussion
Topic: widowhood
Daily Official Bulletin
C aturday, July 19
Day Calendar
Bicycle Club: 40-60 mile ride,
meet Diag, 9 am.
WUOM Prom the Mdway-panel
discussion, ",The Problems of To-
getherness," 1o am; "Maria Lanza:
The Golden Days," 1 pm.
Planetarium: Audience - request-
ed topics, Exhibit Museum, 3 pm.
Michigan Rep '75: Sheridan's The
Rivals, Mendelssohn, 8 pm.
R. C. Summer Theatre: The Jani-
tors, E. Quad Aud., 8 pm.
Sunday, July 20
Day Calendar
..Bicycle Club; 40-60 - mile ride,
neet Diag, 5 am.
wUOM: The States of the Union
-bicentennial series, 1 pm.
Graduate Outing: Hiking and/or
swimming, meet Rackham N. Entry,
1:30 pm.
Planetarium: Audience - request-
ed topics, Exhibit Museum, 2 pm.
R. C. Summer Theatre: The Jani-
tors, E. Quad Aud., 8 pm.
Monday, July 21
WUOM: Marvin elheim on Mel-
ville, cont., 10:05 am.
MHRI: M. Myslobodsky, Tel Aviv
U., "Theta Thythm Changes During
Alimentary and Defensive Behav-
ior,: 1057 MHRI, noon..
SACUA Meeting: 4079 Admin., 2
pm.
Audio - Visual Ctr.: Gymnastics,
dance films, Aud. 3, MLB, 7 pm.
Her-Self Meeting: 225 E. Liberty,
7:30 pm.
Music School: Carillon recital,
Win. De Turk, carillonneur, Burton
Tower, 7-8 pm.

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