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Page 2-Tuesday, Februory 26, 1980-The Michigan Doily

Introductoy Discussions
on the Ga Woi Faith-
EVERY THURS-T1RU FEB. 28
Bak'i Centefr, 512 Packard St.
7:30 P.M.

Daily Official Bulletin
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26,1980
Daily Calendar:
Industrial & Operations Engineering: Devinder
Kochhar, U-Regina, "Quantitative Methods in Man
Machine Systems," 246 W. ERng.. 9a.m.
Resource Policy & Management: Susan Todd,
"The Shetland Experiment: Rural Government
faces the Oil Industry," 1028 Dana, noon.
Guild House: Bob Stechuk, "Tenure and the
Student: Unheard Voices in Quality Education
Decisions," 802 Monroe, noon.
Center Chinese Studies: Edward Friedman,

"Origins of Mao's Theory of Restoration of
Capitalism in a Socialist Society," Lane Commons,
noon.
Residential College: David Dickson, "Recent
Trends in Applying Technology to Third World
Development," 1040 Sch. Nat. Resources., noon.
Psycho-Biology: Richard Katz, "What Does the
laboratory Tell Us About Motivation?", 1057 MHRI,
12:30 p.m.
Chemistry: J. A. Labinger, "Approaches to
Homogeneous Catalysts of CO Hydrogeneration,"
1200Chem., 4p.m.
Bioengineering: Jeffrey Anderson, "Echocar-
diology," 1042 E. Eng., 4 p.m.
Geological Science: John G. Fleagle, "Sexual
Dimorphism and Early Anthropod Evolution," 4001
CCL, 4 p.m.
Nuclear Engineering: John C. Engdahl, "Nuclear
Activities at TRW," Bear room, Cooley, 4 p.m.
Great Lakesd & Marine Environment: Alvin Jen-
sen, "Assessment of Power Plant Impact on Lake
Michigan Fishes." 165 Chrysler Center, 4 p.m.
Physics/Astronomy: R. Teets, General Motors
Research Labs., "Spectroscopy IN aHostile En-
vironment: Lasers Shed New Light on Coin-
bustions," 2038 Randall, 4 p.m.

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United Press International reports

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High court to review
Utah abortion law
WASHINGTON-The Supreme Court announced yesterday it will
review a Utah law under which doctors may be jailed and fined for
performing abortions on minors without notifying their parents. The appeal
was brought by a 15-year-old Salt Lake City girl, challenging a Utah
Supreme Court ruling that the state parental notification law is
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WASHINGTON-Members of the U.S. Olympic team were honored
yesterday in ceremonies at the White House. "This has been a wonderful
week for our country," President Carter said. "For me as president of the
United States,-this is one of the proudest moments I have ever experienced."
The Olympic team was flown to Andrews Air Force Base yesterday
morning, the day after the conclusion of the games in Lake Placid, N.Y.
From the air base, the athletes traveled to the White House. Carter
reaffirmed his request that the Americans boycott the Summer Games in
Moscow. He said the Soviet intervention in Afghanistan "violated peace and
the principles of the Olympics." Carter said he would meet soon with a
representative group of athletes to discuss an alternative competition for
this summer.
OAS official blasts
rigid import regulations
DETROIT-The secretary general of the Organization of American
States yesterday cautioned the U.S. against rigid import regulations, saying 4
they would not be in the best interests of the U.S. or Latin America.
Alejandro Orfila, speaking to the Detroit Economic Club, said the U.S.
should concentrate on the production of sophisticated products and let
developing nations make more simple goods.
Surinam rebels stage coup
PARAMARIBO, Surinam-Army sergeants, disgruntled over pay and
working conditions, seized power in this small South American nation
yesterday, striking swiftly behind a gunboat barrage in a pre-dawn coup that
reportedly left six persons dead, witnesses said. The rebels issued a
communique saying they would abide by the democratic principles of this
former Dutch colony. Reports reaching The Hague, Netherlands, said the
six dead included two soldiers and two police officers. It was not clear
whether the rebellion stemmed from radical rivalry between East Indians
and African-descended Creoles that has troubled Surinam since its
independence four years ago.

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LOS ANGELES-An earthquake rocked much of southern California
early yesterday, but there were no immediate reports of injuries. The
earthquake, which registered 5.1 on the Richter scale, awakened southern
Califorians as far south as Sari Diego and east to Palm Springs. The flood-
battered community of San Jacinto, where the U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers was shoring up levees, also had no reports of damage, including
the area of a dan that officials feared would overflow during the rains that
have plagued the area.

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Convict gets death sentence
MARTINSVILLE, 'Ind.,-Steven Judy was sentenced to die in the
electric chair yesterday for raping and strangling a young mother and
throwing her three children in a creek to drown. "I honestly want you to give
me the deathpenalty because one day I may get ouy," Judy, 23, told Special
Judge Jeffrey Boles in Morgan County Superior Court. Bles sentenced Judy
to death on each of four convictions in the deaths last April of Terry Lee
Chasteen, 21, and her children Misty Ann, 5, Stephen Michael, 4, and Mark
Lewis, 2.,Indiana has not executed anyone in the electric chair since 1961.

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Tuesday, February 26, 1980
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