THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, August 9, 1975
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"The Face of Terror."
30 Electric Company
50 Star Trek-Adventure
56 Life of Leonardo Da Vinei
6:30 2 TV-2 Report
4 13 NBC News-Tom Brokaw
7 24 ABC Newes-Ted Koppel
9 My Partner the Ghost
S11 CBS News-Dan Rather
30 Two Way Street
7:00 2 CnS News-Dan Rather
4 Profiles in Black
11 ee Haw-Variety
13 50 Lawrence Welk
24 Last of the Wild
56 Firing Line-Buckley
7:15 20 Movie-Drama BW
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9 Police Surgeon
24 Let's Make A Deal
1:00 2 11 All in the Family
4 13 Emergency!
7 24 tMovie-Adventure
"Ice Station Zebra"
30 56 Philadelphia Folk
50 That Good Ole Nashville
8:30 9 Keith Hampshire's Music
20 Public Policy Forums
50 Night Gallery
9:00 2 11 Mary Tyler Moore
4 13 Movie--Dama
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9 The Pailises-Drama
30 56 Death Goddess
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9:30 2 11 Bohr Newhart
20 Temple Baptist Church
10:00 2 11 Bock Music Awards
9 On the Evidence
30 Changing Seasons
50 Lou Gordon
56 Movie--Drama BW
10:30 30Boardinng House-Music
11:00 7 News
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24 ABC News
11:15 7 ABC News
9 A Look Bach
24 Movie-Thriller BW
"The indestructible Man."
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21:30 2 11 News
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"The Hunchback o Notre
20 Right On-Music
"Thei sland of Living
11:55 4 Johnny Carson
"The Violent Ones"
12:00 2 Movie-Western BW
11 Movie-Drama BW
1:25 4 13 News
1:30 7 Movie-Adventure
"The Secret of the Purple
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LISBON, Portugal - Premier Vasco Gon-
calves formed a stopgap Communist-backed
government yesterday, and threatened to use
"severity and repression" against its oppo-
nents and warned the nation it faced more
austerity measures. Goncalves also elevated
to foreign minister the man who arranged for
Soviet fishing facilities at the island at Ma-
deira. In northern Portugal, the scene of anti-
Communist violence in the past week, men and
women jeered as they watched a television
broadcast of the premier's speech and spat
at the names being read out. One man in the
northern town of Fafe, asked how he would
express his opposition, drew a small pistol
from his pocket. He and others were enraged
aver the radical leftward turn of the 15-month-
old Portuguese revolution.
WASHINGTON-Americans in Turkey have
been subjected to spotty harassment since the
Turks -began taking control of U.S. bases
there two weeks ago, according- to reports
reaching the Pentagon. Some mail has been
held up for a time, at least ono food delivery
was impeded, a fuel shipment to a major base
was interrupted, and American customers
were driven out of a post exchange by Turkish
demonstrators. But the Pentagon said, "There
are no major problems." Asked to assess the
situation, the Pentagon said "there is no evi-
dence of a policy of harassment of U.S. per-
sonnel, although there have been some reports
of minor inconveniences."
BOLOGNA, Italy - Soviet authorities are
conducting an unusual search for a political
prisoner who escaped from a psychiatric hos-
pital in the Urals two weeks ago, travelers
from the Soviet Union said yesterday. There
was no confirmation from Moscow. The travel-
ers, quoting dissident sources in the Soviet
Union, said the fugitive is believed to have
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made his way 850 miles from Sverdlovsk to
Moscow, a considerable demonstration of in-
genuity since long distance travel in the Soviet
Union requires an internal passport which the
escapee does not have. The travelers identi-
fied the escapee as 37-year-old Lev Obozhko
who was imprisoned in 1970 for possession of
"subversive" literature-an essay by noted
dissident writer Andrei Amalrik.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.-Geologists say satel-
lite pictures indicate India is pushing China
into the Pacific, and that this sideways shov-
ing could account for China's unusual pattern
of earthquakes. The earth scientists working
at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
say the Indian subcontinent is nudging north-
ward, pressing against Eurasia. Caught ia
the squeeze, China is moving eastward at
more than an inch a year, they say.
LANSING-The winning number in today's
drawing of the Michigan Lottery $1 Triple
Play game is 755.
Jeff Harvey will play a free concert on the
Diag at noon today and anyone wishing to
pledge money for a cartwheel-a-thon should
contact Mary Margaret Lum at 663-7293. She
will be performing next Thursday at Burns
Today's forecast calls for mostly sunny skies
with highs in the mid to upper 80's, lows to-
night will be in the upper 50's or low 60's.
There will be a slight chance of showers
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Tales, Mendelsohn, 3 and 8 p.m.
Bicycle Club: 40-60 mile ride, meet
Diag, 9 a.m.
WUOM: From the Midway-R. N.
Cooper, Yale, "World Wide Inter-
dependency," 10 a.m.; 1975 Advocacy
Int.-"The Product Liablilty Case:
Preparation and Trial," 1 p.m.
6th Annual Medieval Festival:
Lawn, Music SchOol, 10 a.m.-dark.
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SUNDAY, AUGUST 10
Bicycle Club: 40-60 mile ride,
meet Diag, 9 a.m.
8th Annual Medieval Festival:
Lawn, School of Music, 10 a.m.-dark.
WUOM: States of the Union-bi-
centennial series, featured state,
Georgia, 1 p.m.
Outing Club: Hiking and/or swim-
ming, meet N. Entry, Rackham,
Music School: Eva Jesseye, "Vi-
sion '75-A Salute to Green Coun-
try," Cady Music Rm., Stearns Bldg.,
MONDAY, AUGUST 11
SACUA: Furstenberg Student Ctr.,
Music School: Carison recital,
Robin Miller, Joyce Wheton, coril-
lonneurn, horton Tower.*7-8'p.m.
Mer-Self: 225 N. Liberty, 7:30 p.m.
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Volume LXXXV, No. 60-S
Saturday, August 9, 1975
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