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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, July 22, 1975

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TV
tonight
6:00 2 4 7 11 13 News
9 Bewitched-Comely
20 It Takes a Thief-Adven-
ture
24 ABC News-Smith/
Reasoner
30 Electric Company
50 Untouchagles BW
56 Trains, Tracks and
Trestles
57 Sesame Street
.6:30 4 13 NBC News-John
Chancellor
7 ABC News-Smith/
Reasoner
9 I Dream of Jeannie-
Comedy
11 CBS News-Walter
Cronite
24 Partridge Family-Comedy
30 Basically Baseball
56 Love Tennis
7:00 2 CBS News-Walter
Cronkite
4 7 News
9 Beverly Hillbillies BW
11 Family Affair-Comedy
13 What's My Line?
20 To Tell The Truth
24 Mod Squad-Crime Drama
30 56rJean Shephard's
America
50 Hogan's Heroes-Comedy
57 Electric Company
7:30 2 13 Truth or Consequences
124 niet y
TON ITE AT 7 &r 9 p.m.
THE MOST INCREDIBLE ENDING OF
ANY MOTION PICTURE EVERT
THE
DEVIL'S RAIN!
A SANDY HOWARD Production
"THE DEVILS RAIN"
AM RYANSTON RELEASE ly
COLOR (
Mon.-Tues. of 7 &r 9 p.m. only
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4 Last of the Wild
7 Price is Right
9 Room 222
11 Hollywood Squares
20 Voyage to the Bottom of
the Sea-Adventure BW
30 Film
50 Hogan's Heroes-Comedy
56 Evening Edition with.
Martin Agronsky
57 Book Beat
8:00 2 11Good Times-Comedy
4 13 Adam-12
7 24 Happy Days-Comedy
9 Swiss Family Robinson
50 Merv Griffin
4 13 Movie-Dram.
"The Last Survivors"
7 24 Movie-Comedy
"Let's Switch!"
11Adventures in Rainbow
Country
20 Daniel Boone-Adventure
30 Nova-Seience
56 57 Consumer Survival Kit
-Report
9:082 11 Hawaii Five-0
9 News
56 57 Nova-ScIene
9:30 5Homemade Jam-Variety
20 700 Club
30 Toledo City Council
50 Dinah!
10:00 2 5 Barnaby Jones
4 13 Police Story
7 24 Marcus Welby, M.Dr
9 Look Who's Here-Inter-
view
56 Masterpiece Theatre
57 Interface-Report
50:30 9 World Aquarium
-Documentary
57 Woman-Discusison
11:00 2 4 7 11 13 24 News
9 CHC News-Lloyd Robertson
20 George and Diane-
Religion
50 Dealer 'sChoice-Game
56 Interface-Report
57 Consumer Survival Kit
-Report
11:209 5News
11:30 2 .11 Movie-Drama
Nicol Williamson's brilliant
portrait at an ambitious heel
dominates "The Reckonint"
4 13 Johnny Carson
2 24 Wide World Mlystery
-murder in the First person
Singular"
30 Janaki-Exercise
50 Movie-Crime Drama BW
"This Woman Is Dangerous"
(1952)
56 57 ABC News-Smith/
Reasoner
12:00 9 Movie-Western
'Gunmen of the Rio
Grande"
1:00 4 Tomorrow-Tom snyder
homosexuality is scheduled
to be discussed. (60min.)
7 13 News
1: 3 Movie-Drama BW
"Three Steps North."
Free Concerts
Pete Miller
COUNTRY
Ton ite-7 :30
PEOPLE'S PLAZA
(by the cube)

Inte news today
International power, and the city's two airports. Union
leaders said the workers were unhappy with'a
tn 'Pt n inr~e ntt~r anr d by

BUENOS AIRES - President Maria Es-
tela Isabel Peron, fighting for her political
life, accepted the resignation yesterday of her
economy minister shortly before a showdown
with militant labor leaders. Mrs. Peron, one
hour before a meeting with leaders of the
general Labor Confederation, announced the
resignation of the unpopular Economy Minister
Celestino Rodrigo, one of the main demands
of the union leaders, who accused him and
former welfare minister Lopez Rega of econ-
omic mismanagement and harsh austerity
measures.
National
WASHINGTON - The House passed legis-
lation yesterday to create a new self-governing
commonwealth of the North Mariana Islands
under the U.S. flag. A voice vote sent the mea-
sure to the Senate, which is expected to pass
it. Already approved by a plebiscite in the
widely-scattered Pacific islands, the plan for
the new political relationship with the United
States is scheduled to come into full effect
about 1981 if remaining preliminaries are car-
ried out as expected. U.S. income and other
taxes collected in the commonwealth will be
returned to it for local use. In addition, the
United States will provide the islands with $14
million a year for the next seven years, and
will make a one-time payment of $19.5 million
for a lease of up to 100 years on 18,000 acres
of land to be used for military purposes.

Len cent pay increase paiiern approveu vy
most other unions.
State
GRAND RAPIDS - State Sen. John Otter-
bacher (D-Grand Rapids) yesterday became
the first to formally announce his candidacy
for the U.S. Senate seat to be vacated next
year by Democrat Philip Hart. Otterbacher,
32, was just elected to the Senate last year af-
er serving a single term in the state House.
He acknowledged that he was a "20-to-1"
shot in a primary field that is expected to be
at least four deep. While no other Democrat
has officially announced as a candidate for
Hart's seat, Attorney General Frank Kelley,
U.S. Rep. James O'Hara (D-Utica), and U.S.
Rep. Donald Riegle (D-Flyint) have told party
leaders that they plan to run. U.S. Rep. Mar-
vin Esch (R-Ann Arbor) is seen as the prime
Republican contender.
Happenings ...
If the recent Regental approval of a new
six per cent tuition hike has put you in a fight-
ing mood, check out the Committee to Fight
the Tuition Hike, which will be holding an or-
ganizational meeting tonight at 7:30 on the
fourth floor of the Michigan Union.

CLEVELAND - Nearly half of Cleveland's W eather
non-uniformed city workers struck yesterday
in a pay dispute, but officials said emergency The weather outlook looks fairly agreeable
services were covered. The union, Local 100 for today, with sunny skies and highs in the
of the American Federation of State, County,
and Municipal Employes, represents techni- low to mid 80's. The rest of the week calls for
cal, clerical, and blue collar workers in all partly cloudy skies with a change of some
city departments, including water, light and rain, temperatures staying in the same range.

ATTENTIO-

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Vol. LXXXV, No. 46-5
Tuesday, July 22, 1975
is edited and managed by students
at the University of Michigan. News
phone 764-0562. Second class postage
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Daily Official Bulletin
Tumesday, July 22
Day Calendar.
wUOM: 2-part program-I. Inter-
view with Lewis Regenstein, author,
The Politics of Extinction; II. In-
terview with Detroit Edison reps. on
conserving energy, -10:05 am.
CEW: Brown bag lunch for wom-
en returning to campus, 328, 330
Thompson, noon-1:15 pm.
Macromolecular Research Ctr.: V.
Kabanov, Soviet Acad. of Sciences,
USSR, "Recent Developments in
Matrix Polymerization," 1200 Chem.,
4 pm.
A-V Ctr.: Science, quality of life
films, Aud. 3, MLB, 7 pm.
UAC: Country music, Peter Miller
and the Highlife, People's Plaza,
7:30 pm,
Michigan Rep '75: Wilson's The
Hot L Baltimore, Mendelssohn, 8
pm.

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Tonight at 7 and 9:10 pm,
3rd SMASH WEEK
ROY SCHEIDER
RICHARD DREYFUSS
ROBERT SHAW in
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Transcendental
Meditation (TM)a
Program
as taught by a
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
A VISION OF THE POSSIBILITIES
* INCREASED ENERGY - REDUCED TENSION
* ,INCREASED LEARNING ABILITY " EXPANDED
AWARENESS 0 FULL DEVELOPMENT OF THE
INDIVIDUAL IN A NATURAL WAY
INTRODUCTORY LECTURES ON THE TM PRO-
GRAM - Wednesday, July 23-2:00 & 8:00
p.m., Michigan League, 3rd fl., Henderson Room.
Also, ever} Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. at 1207
Packard (corner of Wells)
STUDENTS' INTERNATIONAL MEDITATION
SOCIETY-761-8255

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