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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday{, August 12, 1975

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, August 12, 1975

In the news today ...

International
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina-President
Isabel Peron appointed a new cabinet
yesterday to try to deal with the eco-
nomic and political crises gripping Ar-
gentina. The old eight-man cabinet re-
signed at her request earlier in the day.
Sources said the shakeup was a result
of pressure from military and labor
leaders for a strenger government. The
new cabinet included only three mem-
bers of the previous administration.
VIETIANE, Laos -- The Communist-
dominated Laotian government, in what
it called a "good will gesture" toward
the U.S., on Monday freed Rosemary
Conway, an American citizen accused
of spying. Conway was held more than
two months without formal charges
and was to leave Laos yesterday for
Thailand. A note from the Laotian For-
eign Ministry said Conway had confessed
to "subversion, espionage, endangering
the international external security of
Laos, inciting to desertion abroad of
Laotian air force officers with their
planes, attempting to spread division
among the Lao army and create dis-
order." The U.S. Embassy and Conway
have both denied she was an agent of
the U.S. government.
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.-The United
States vetoed the U.N. membership ap-
plication of North and South Vietnam

yesterday in the Security Council. The
expected vetoes came five days after
the council had excluded South Korea's
membership application from its agenda,
and the U.S. indicated at that time the
vetoes would be cast. The vetoes were
the first for U.S. Ambassador Daniel
Patrick Moynihan and defeated resolu-
tions sponsored by China, the Soviet
Union, Sweden, Iraq, Tanzania and
other nations.
National
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.-The launch
of the Viking spacecraft to Mars was
postponed for at least 24 hours yesterday
because of a malfunction in the Titan-
Centaur launch vehicle. Space officials
traced the problem to a control valve on
one of two solid fuel boosters. The two
nozzles on the rockets are surrounded
by 24 valves which inject a chemical
under high pressure to deflect the ex-
haust flame and steer the rocket. Dur-
ing a last-minute check of the steering
system, one of the valves stuck in the
open position. This situation, said a
NASA spokesman, "would allow the nit-
rogen tetroxide to leak out and possibly'
deplete itself before liftoff or keep the
proper pressure from developing during
flight and cause improper steering."
The launch could be rescheduled for
5:02 p.m. today if the sticky valve can
be fixed, but the shot would have to be
delayed from 48 to 79 hours if it has to

be r e p 1 at e d. The spacecraft, when
launched, will travel 200 million miles-
to the Red Planet for a soft landing to
search for evidence of life.
SAN FRANCISCO-Astronomers at a
California convention say that if there
are beings elsewhere in the universe,
they are probably just as concerned with
money and financial problems as we
earthlings are. The experts discounted
the popular notion that planetary civili-
zations have dispatched flying saucers
to our world-such a venture, they said,
would require an enormous expenditure
of money and energy. "Even from a
nearby star, the amount of energy need-
ed would be extraordinary," said one
astronomy professor. Another added that
the most economical method of establish-
ing contact with earth would be through
radio communications. After their dis-
cussion of extra terrestrial possibilities,
the conventioneers seat through a series
of films where it all came true-in re-
runs of "Star Trek."
Weather
With rain predicted for moast of the
rest of the week, you'd probably be
wise to enjoy today's sunny skies while
they last. Our temperatures will range
from the low 50's to the mid 80's, and
we'll have southeasterly winds of 10-15
mph.

TV
tonight
6:00 2 4 7 11 13 News
9 Hewitched-Comedy BW
2It Takes a Thief
24 AAC8 Nws-Smith/
Reasoner
30 Electrie Company
s5 Untouchables BW
56 Trains, Tracks and
Trestles
6:30 4 13 NBC News-John
Chanceor
7 AC News.-Smith/
Reasoner
9 I Dream of Jeanunn-
Comey
11 CBS News-Walter Cronkste
2 4Partsdge Family-Comedy
30 Two way Street
Se Love Tennis
7:00 2 CBs News-Wa1r-
Cronite
4 7 News
a Rerwely lihl es 3w
11 amily Affair-Comedy
1l Whaft'sMy line?
26 To Tell the Tssh
24 Mod Squad
30 56 Jean Shepherd'
Anmerca
,6 Mogan's Heres
37 Electric Company
7:30 2 13 Truth or Comeqesees
4 Last of the Wid
7 Price Is Right-GamO
9 News
11 Hollywood Squares
20 Rifleman
20 Scene One, Take One
50 Hogan's Heroes
56 Evening Edition with
Martin Agronsky
8:00 2 11 Good Times-Comedy
4 13 Adam-2
7 4 Harpy Days-Comedy
9 CFL Football
20 Rifleman
30 56 When Television was
Live!
50 Merv Griffin
:30 2 11t5M*A*SH
4 13 Movie-Crime Drama
"Death Among Friends"
7 24 Movie-Crime Drama
"The Great Icr Rip-Off"
20 Daniel Boone
30 Nova-Science
5 Cronser Srvival Kit
9:00 2 11 Hawaii Five-O
56 57 Nova-Science
9:30 20 700 Club
30 Toleda City Council
50 Dinah!
10:00 2 11 Barnaby Jones
4 Police Story
7 24 Marcus Welby, M.D.
56 Masterpiece Theatre
"Murder Must Advertise"
57 Interface-Report
10:30 9 Audubon wildlife Theatre
11:00 2 4 7 15 13 24 News
9 CBC News-Lloyd Robert-
son
20 George and Dian-
Religion
50 Dealer's Choice-Game
56 Interface--Report
57 Man Builds, Man Destroys
11:20 9 News
11:30 2 11 Movie-Thriller BW
"Night Must Fall"
4 13 Johnny Carson
7 24 wide world Mystery
30 Janai-Exercise
50 Movie-Adventure
"Moonflet."
56 AC News-Smith/
Reasoner
12:00 9 Movie-Comedy
"One Day in London"
1:00 4 Tomorrow-Tom Snyder
7 13 News
1:30 2 Movie-Western Bw
"The Silver Star"
11 News
2:00 4 News
3:00 2 News

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