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Riegle: Curb U.S. auto

The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, February 10, 1981-Page 3

prices if
LANSING (UPI) - Sen. Donald
Riegle (D-Mich.) said yesterday U.S.
automakers should be expected to
forego some price hikes in return for
any curbs imposed on Japanese car
imports.
Riegle also told a news conference,
in response to questions about his stan-
ding on the Moral Majority's "hit list,"
that he has a solid "middle-of-the-road
record.
RIEGLE REFUSES to criticize
recent auto industry price hikes which
some say have contributed to lagging
sales, but did suggest restraint might
be in order if,imports are limited.
"If we could get some meaningful ac-
tion by the Reagan administration tW
limit the number of Japanese imported

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cars coming into the United States I
think in return for that the industry
should be expected to refrain from un-
necessarily raising prices during that
period," he said.
Riegle said the key test for any
program of tax breaks to encourage car
sales will be "the day Budget Director
Dave Stockman, Ronald Reagan and
Treasury Secretary Donald Regan step
up publicly and say, 'Yes, I think this is
a great idea.'''
RIEGLE SAID any effort to harass
efforts to locate a new General Motors
Corp. plant in Detroit's Poletown
neighborhood border on irresponsibility
in the absence of any alternative.
The senator also said any cuts made

-HAPPENINGS-
FILMS
AAFC - Alice in the Cities, 7 p.m., Aud. A Angell; The American Friend, 9
p.m., Aud. A, Angell.
Anthro. - Slash and Burn Agriculture, The Cows of Dolo Ken Paye:
Resolving Conflict Among the Kpelle, Invisible Walls, The Spirit Possession
of Alejandro Mamani, 7 p.m., MLB 2.
Cinema Guild - No Regrets for Our Youth, 7 p.m., Lorch Hall Aud.
Cinema II - Face to Face, 7, 9p.m.; Nat. Sci. Aud.
Flyers - Threshhold (The Blue Angels), 7:30 p.m., BA Hale Aud.
Pilot Program - Who Invited Us? 11 p.m., Alice Lloyd Hall, Red Carpet
Lounge.
SPEAKERS
Nat. Resources - Wildlife Diseases Sem., Arch Cowan, "Introduction to
Wildlife Diseases", noon, 1040 Dana.
CULS - Umar Abd-allah, "Introduction to Muslim World", noon, Inter-
national Ctr.
Special Library Assn. - Corliss Hugg, "Special Challenges in Special
Librarianship", 12:10 p.m., UGLI Multi-purpose Rm.
AA Public Library - Loren D. Estleman, "Killing Characters: Writing
Action and Adventure Fiction", 12:10 p.m., Main Meeting Rm., AA Public
Library.
Psychobiology - Henry Buchtel, "Right Hemisphere Superiority in Face
Discrimination: Relative or Absolute?", 12:30 p.m., 1057 MHRI.
Business Sch. - Stanley Tate, Minority Business Development Agency, 2-
3 p.m., Rim. 140 Bus. Sch.
Computing Ctr. - Forrest Hartnan, "Applications of the MTS File
Editor", 3:30-5 p.m., B134 MLB.
Bioeng. - Marc Diamond, "Computer Vision in Robotics", 4 p.m., 1084 E.
Engin.
Chemistry - Mary DuBois, "Reaactions of Coordinated Sulfur Ligands",
4p.m.,1300 Chem.
Geology - Samuel Savin, "Tertiary and Cretaceous Climates", 4 p.m.,
4001 CCL.
CREES - Kazimierz Slomczynski, "Comparative Research on Social
Stratification and Values in Poland and the United States", 4 p.m., E. Conf.
Rm., Rackham. - .
Great Lakes and Marine Envir. - Roy Knoechel, "Phytoplankton Species
Carbon Turnover Rates Measures by Track Autradiogryhy", 4 p.m., 165
Chrysler Ctr.
Marketing Club - Prof. Dufrey, "Opportunities in International
Business", 4-6 p.m., Bus. Sch. Hale Aud.
P.E.I. - Bob Cole, 4-5:30 p.m., Bus. Sch. Executive Lounge.
N. Eastern & N. Afr. Studies - James Gehlhar, "Study Abroad, Work
Abroad, Travel Abroad", 4 p.m., 144 Lane Hall.
SYDA - Swami Shantanada, "Light on Creativity", Meditation and the
Arts, 7:30 p.m., Union Pendleton Rm.
Women of the University Faculty - Patricis Gurin, "Social Cleavages:
Age, Sex, Race, and Class", 7:30 p.m., SPH I 3rd floor lounge.
Pilot Program - Mary Jo Pugh, "Tr cing Genealogies", 7:30 p.m., Alice
Lloyd Library.
CAAS - Ali Mazrui, "The West and the Black World from Bismarck to
Reagan", 8p.m., SEB Schorling AUd.
Union of Students for Israel - Jehuda Reinharz, "Update on Israel', 8
p.m., 1429 Hill.
PERFORMANCES
Ark - Red Clay Ramblers String Band, 9 p.m., 1421 Hill.
MEETINGS
Biological Research Review Comm. -4 p.m., 3087 SPH I.
His House Christian Fell. - 7:30 p.m., League.
HSO - Lesbian Gay Health Professions, 7:30 p.m., 802 Monroe.
MSA -7:30 p.m., 3099 Union.
MISCELLANEOUS
Computing Center - Chalk Talk, "File Editing for the Beginner", 12:10
p.m.,l1011 NUBS.
Union - preview, Scenes from Canterbury Loft's "Happy Days", 12:30-
12:40 p.m., Union U. Club.
CRLT - Alfred Storey, Speaking Skills, 3-5 p.m., 109 E. Madison.
Rec. Sports - IM Paddleball Doubles (AC-M/W) Tournament, 6:30 p.m.,
IMSB.
VA - "Stop Smoking Clinic", 7-8 p.m., Scarlett Junior High.
Housing - Geneology Workshop, 8 p.m., Alice Lloyd Library.
First Unitarian Church - open rehearsal concert, 8 p.m., 1917 Washtenaw.
To submit items for the Happenings Column, send them in 'care of:
Happenings, The Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor, MI., 48109.

enacted
by the Reagan administration in the
urban grant program needed to finance
the plant should not affect applications
which already have been filed.
He said he hopes cuts in that
program and special benefits for
unemployed auto workers will be
moderate if they are made, but con-
ceded the administration may have the
votes to push through the Senate any
program it wants.
Asked about the threat that the Moral
Majority will campaign against him in
1982, Riegle said he has "managed to.
build a record ... . that is a balanced
record" citing the fact that he has won
election both as a Republican and a
Democrat.
Woman
suspect in
husband's
murder
By DAVID SPAK
A 30-year-old Ann Arbor woman was
arraigned yesterday on charges of
shooting and killing her husband early
Sunday morning.
Gloria Smith Stamps, of 726 Gott,
allegedly shot her husband, Charles
Stamps, just after arguing with him,
according to Ann Arbor Police Sgt.
Harold Tinsey.
CHARLES STAMPS had apparently
been living with another woman at a
tourist home located at 1133 East Ann
for at least a couple of days, Tinsey
said.
Gloria Stamps apparently arrived at
the tourist home just after midnight
and confronted her husband. After
arguing for a time, she allegedly pulled
out a small caliber handgun and fired
several shots at the victim. He was hit
once in the chest, close to the heart.
The manager of the tourist home
phoned police just after the incident,
Tinsey said. Charles Stamps was
rushed to University Hospital where he
died on the operating table due to heart
failure caused by a bullet wound to his
aorta.,
OFFICERS ARRESTED Gloria
Stamps about one and a half hours later
as she stepped out of a taxi outside her
parents' Ann Arbor home. She was
taken to Washtenaw County Jail.
Fifteenth District Court Judge
George Alexander denied the def en-
dant's attorney's request for bond to be
set at yesterday's arraignment,
because of the severity of the charge
against Gloria Stamps.
Her defense. counsel had asked for
bond because he said the defendant had
no previous criminal record and posed
no threat to society because "this is a
domestic situation."

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A Victorian Melodrama

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EAST LYNNE
by Brian J. Burton
Rased on the novel by Mrs. Henry Wood
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
March 4 - 7, 1981 8:00 P.M.
Wednesday & Thursday Tickets $4.00
Friday & Saturday Tickets $5.00
For ticket information call 662-7282,
or write:
AACT Tickets, P.O. Box 1242
Ann Arbor 48106

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TONIGHT

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PRESENTS
ALICE IN
THE CITIES
7:00-AUD A

THE AMERICAN
FRIEND
9:00-AUD. A
Both films are in
German with subtitles.
Single Feature: $2
Double Feature: $3

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