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enough to make them willing for the fir-
st time to negotiate reduction of their,
arsenal of nuclear strike missiles.
"B-1 and MX - and the degree of
Congress' support for them - will make
or break our attempt to negotiate a
reasonable arms control agreement,"
BUT HE SAID the new Strategic Ar-
ms Limitation Treaty talks can begin
next spring only if the Soviets do not in-
vade Poland or otherwise worsen
relations between the two superpowers.
"We should not delude ourselves that
such a cataclysmic event would not af-
fect the arms control process," he said.
In other testimony, Haig said that
there is a NATO contingency plan "to
fire a nuclear weapon for demon-
stration purposes" should conventional
warfare break out in Europe. The ob-
ject, he said, would be to forestall
escalation to a fullscale nuclear ex-
Several dozen people protest Department of Defense research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus yester-
day afternoon. A Madison group is holding a conference this weekend to discuss strategies to combat the use of univer-
sities for defense research. Several University of Michigan students are planning to attend the conference.
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because "it sounds terrible, like three
strikes and you're out. But I don't plan
to strike out this time."
Tisch said his latest property tax
proposal may call for a 46 percent
reduction in property taxes. He added
that he would have to wait and see what
the legislature does in the form of
property tax relief and what effect
President Reagan's tax cut has on in-
dividuals before he reveals the details
of his proposal.
"Since 1965 we have taxed ourselves
to cause all the poor not to be poor,"
Tisch said. "It makes me incensed to
think that they haven't gotten
Tisch also commented on his public
image, saying, "I'm supposed to be
everything but human" because his
proposals are considered radical.
Compiled from Associated Press and
United Press International reports
City can't ban Sambo's name
CINCINNATI- Sambo's Restaurpint can't be barred from using its
trademark name in Ann Arbor, even if the name is objectionable to blacks, a
federal appeals court ruled yesterday.
On a 2-1 decision, the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said Sambo's First
Amendment right of free speech entitled the company to operate under its
Sambo's Restaurants Inc. filed suit against the city in February 1979 after
Ann Arbor officials first granted-then revoked-a permit to change the
Stadium Boulevard restaurant's name from Jolly Tiger to Sambo's.
Dissenting Judge Damon Keith, calling the majority position "untenable,"
argued that the name Sambo's is so derogatory it might not be worthy of
Soviet sub ran aground
on day of Swedish naval tests
STOCKHOLM, Sweden- The Swedish navy was conducting secret tests of
a new anti-submarine system in the area on the day a Soviet spy sub ran
aground last week, a defense staff official said yesterday.
"We carried out trials of a new anti-submarine torpedo and secret
material tests the 27th of October off Aspo Island," defense staff spokesman
Borje Johansson told The Associated Press. "The trials involved helicopters
as well as submarines."
Gen. Lennart Ljung, Sweden's commander-in-chief, submitted a report on
the submarine incident last night to Prime Minister Thorbjorn Falldin, who
said the government would study the findings today.
The submarine, which the Swedes say is equipped for spying, ran aground
on the Swedish Baltic coast Oct. 27. Sweden has refused to release the vessel
until the Soviets provide a satisfactory explanation of what the sub was
doing in the sensitive area.
Top three Polish leaders meet
WARSAW, Poland- Poland's three most powerful leaders met yesterday.
in new joint talks that could lead to a greater role for the church and:
Solidarity in solving the nation's crises, the state news agency said.
Gen. Wojciech Jaruzelski, who is Poland's Communist Party chief, prime
minister and defense minister, Lech Walesa, head of the independent union
Solidarity, and Archbishop Jozef Glemp, Poland's Roman Catholic primate,
met for more than two hours at a government guest house within sight of the
The Polish news agency PAP said the three leaders discussed Poland's
current crisis situation and the "possibilities of creating a front of national
understanding, a permanent platform of dialogue and consultation of
political and social forces on the ground of constitutional principles."
One-quarter of young men
ignore draft registration
WASHINGTON- About 25 percent of all young men required to register
with the Selective Service have not done so, according to the agency. The
government and an antidraft leader differ over what the figure means.
The Selective Service said about 300,000, or almost one-fourth of the young
men required to register this year have failed to do so, bringing up to 800,000
the number of men who have failed to register since the program was star-
ted last year.
But a spokeswoman, Joan Lamb, said the compliance rate, the lowest sin-
ce registration was resumed, is not due to spreading opposition. It is just
"taking a little time" to adjust to a new procedure begun this year, Lamb
Barry Lynn, president of an anti-draft information group called Draft Ac-
tion, suggested that the lov compliance rate was due, in part, to a public
belief that President Reagan is serious about his campaign pledge to abolish
the peacetime registration.
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