THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, July 31, 1975
Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, July 31, 1975
6:00 2 4 7 11 13 News
20 It Takes a Thief
24 ABC News-smith/
56 Dig It
57 Sesame Street
6:30 4 13 NBC News-John
7 ABC News~-Smith/Reasoner
Q 5IDream of Jeannie
11 CBS News
24 Mod Squad
7:40 2 CBS News-Walter Cronkite
4 7 News
11 Family Affair
13 What's My Line?
20 To Tell the Truth
3054 Black Perspective on
50 Michigan Lottery
57 Eleetrie Company
7:30 2 13 Trueth or Consequences
7 Let's Make a Deal
4 Room 222
11 Wild Kingdom
20 Voyage to the Bottom
of the Sea
24 Ohio Lottery Buckeye 300
30 Consumer Survival Kit
50 Hlogan's Beeoei
56 Evening Edition with
57 Jean Shepherd's America
8:00 2 11 The Waltolts
7 24 Almost Anything Goes
Daily Official Bulletin
Thursday, July 31
WUOM: Dr. K. Jernigan, presi-
dent, Nat'l. Federation of Blind, at
Nat'l. Press Club, 10:05 a.m.
A-V Ctr.: Childents films, Aud.
3, MLB, 7 p.m.
Music School: Summer Bond Con-
cert, iiobt. Reynolds, conductor, SM
poolside, 7 p.m. (if rain, Hill Aud.,
AC Playmakers: The Diary of
Adam and Eve; The Sweetheart Re-
vue, Schorling Aud., SEB, 8 p.m.
MichigandRep. '75: Shaw's Can-
dida, Mendelssohn, 8 p.m.
Musical Society: "Summer Fare,"
Judith Blegen, soprano, Rackham
Aud., 1:30 p.m.
9 Funny Farm
13 Gladys Knightand the Pips
30 56 Evening at Pops
50 Merv Griffin
57 Feeling Good
5::30 9 Beachcombers
20 Happy though Married
57 Mao Builds, Man Destroys
4:00 2 11 Mvie--"The
FBI Story: Alvin Karpis"
7 24 Movie-"'Smile, Jenny,
13 Movie "Flight from
30 Life of Leonardo D Vinci
5S ollywood Television
"Another Part of the Forest"
57 Phit'delshia Folk Festival
9:30 9 A Third Testament
10:00 4 Goeo'n Macrae Special
57 Movie-"Winter Light"
30 Profile in Musie: Beverly
11: 2 4 7 11 13124 News
9 COG News
20 Banns unters
so Dealer's Choice
11:20 4 News
11:10 Movie-"'trhe Monitors"
4 13 Johnny Carson
7 24 Wide World Sneetal
"Geraldo Rivera: Good-Night,
11movie -- Thriller
"The Face of Fu Manchu"
"yt's Always Fair Weather"
5657 ABC News-Smith/
12:00 9 Midnight
7 13 News
1:30 2 Movie.-Thriler
"The Fare of Fus Manchu"
2:00 4 News
3:30 2 Mayberry R.F.D.
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Volume LXXXV, No. 53-S
Thursday, July 31, 1975
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In the news today...
BEIRUT, Lebanon-In an informal inter-
view h e r e yesterday Eritrean guerrillas
claimed they have captured seven district
towns in Ethiopia's Red Sea province and are
waiting for anti-aircraft guns before making
a final assault on the capital of Asmara. The
unconfirmed report came from Osman Sabbi,
who heads one of the two major rebel factions
in Ethiopia. He said Iraq and Libya have
promised to supply . anti-aircraft defenses for
the Eritrean Liberation Front (ELF) which is
seeking independence of the northern Eritrea
province of Ethiopia. "Taking Asmara is not
a problem," Sabbi explained, "but holding our
capital after its liberation is what we're worry-
WASHINGTON -- The Ford administration,
submitting the ninth government report on
smoking and health to Congress, has asked
for the power to ban high-tar and high nicotine
cigarettes. Caspar Weinberger, secretary of
health, education and welfare, said new scien-
tific research has affirmed that cigarette
smoking is "a serious public health problem,"
and a major contributor to deaths from cancer
and heart and lung diseases. "Its toll in illness
and premature death is needless and pre-
ventable," he said in letters to Congress last
week accompanying the latest report. How-
ever, he did not specify the levels of tar and
nicotine that would be used under such a ban.
WASHINGTON - Environmental Protection
Administrator Russell Train announced yes-
terday his intention to ban the production and
sale of the pesticides chlordane and heptachlorj
Train's suspension order would be effective
as of July 29-the day before his announce-
ment-if it is confirmed either by the lack of
any objection -or following public hearings
which the pesticides' formulators could re-
quest. The order allows the continued use of
stocks of chlordane and heptachlor which have
already been manufactured, but would forbid
the sale of products formulated after July 29.
The sole manufacturer, Velsicol Chemical
Corp., and the numerous formulators have five
days in which to request a public hearing
whic his expected.
DETROIT-Police officers are searching for
three men believed to have raped two girls,
both 17, after promising them tickets to Mon-
day's Rolling Stones concert. The girls re-
ported they let the men in their car after the
trio promised to obtain concert tickets. The
men then directed them to a house at an un-
known location, and raped them after entering
Today's weather is expected to repeat the
hot sunny stuff that permeated yesterday.
Temperatures will soar to the high-80's to
low-90's with winds coming from the southeast
at 5-10 m.p.h. The extended forecast for tomor-
row thru Sunday includes sunny skies until
Sunday, which should see some rain. Low tem-
peratures will be in the upper-60's.
Senate seat returns to N.H. voters
WASHINGTON ) -- The Sen-
ate's long, often bitter battle
over the contested New Hamp-
shire seat ended yesterday with
a decision to let jt be settled
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*Established by U-M Institute for Social Research
by a special runoff clection. House for 10 years before seek-
The Senate voted 71 to 21 to ing election to the Senate.
declare the seat vacant as of ADOPTION of the resolution
Aug. 8, opening the way for a declaring the seat vacant was a
runoff, which New Hampshire victory for Wyman and the Sen-
authorities are expected to set ate's GOP minority and came
for Sept. 9. quickly after Durkin agreed to
SHORTLY before the -vote, John settle the dispute by a runoff
Durkin, the Democratic candi- election:
date, walked across the Senate Sen. Howard Cannon (D-Nev.),
chamber and shook hands with chairman of the Senate Rules
"is Republican opponent, Louis Committee, said he Republicans
Wyman. They :hatted briefly, were to blame far preventing
Last Nov. 5 they ran t h e the Senate from resolving t h e
closest race in history for a Se.- contest over the Nov. 5 election.
Durkin is a labor-backed lib- "The Republicans had their
eral, while Wyman is a staunch way," he told the Senate. "The
conservative who serred in the cover-up has succeedei"
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