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Brown won't offer
raid attempt details
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been made on the use or timing of any
particular one," Powell said.
Meanwhile in Iran, the Iranian
militants holding the American
hostages intend to rotate them among a
number of cities, sending those with the
most suspicious backgrounds to the
least pleasant locations, a Tehran
newspaper said yesterday.
THE CONSERVATIVE newspaper
Donya Iran said the militants, who
earlier this week reported keeping the
53 hostages in Tehran and 12 other
cities, planned to rotate them so that
"American intelligence will be con-
fused." The militants began dispersing.

the hostages after an aborted U.S.
rescue mission April 25 that killed eight
American servicemen in the desert 200
miles east of Tehran.
One of the American hostages has
tried to commit suicide three times and
may be dead, Italian journalist Oriana
Fallaci has reported, quoting an
unidentified source. She did not name
the hostage.
Writing in the May 10 issue of the New
Republic magazine, Fallaci quoted the
source as saying the hostage who at-
tempted suicide was one of a group who
had been held in the basement of the
U.S. Embassy in Tehran.

o ""
GetitL
together.
Burning the midnight oil can be tough on your eyesight,
pookie. ( Didn't you know Ulrich's carries a full line of Luxo
lamps?) And you say you missed, that 8:00 class AGAIN?
lUlrich's has alarm clocks, too -- or they can fix your old
one.) And your roommate insists he CAN TOO hitchhike
to Katmandu? (Get him a globe at Ulrich's. Maybe it'll
help.)
Ulrich's has everything you need, including the lowest
prices in town (they guarantee it)!
MORE THAN A BOOKSTORE
549 East university'at the corner of East U. and Sooth f.'

Liar Examination aeaauitne
Potential summer Bar Examination applicants should be aware that
the Michigan Board of Law Examiners has announced that it will accept
applications until May 15 to take the July 1980 test. The Board's action is a
second extension of its original March 1 deadline. At that time the Board
extended the deadline to April 15. It subsequently rejected applications
submitted after that date. However, on May 5 the Board of Law Examiners
announced the new deadline. Persons who are eligible to take the July
examination and who wish to do so have been asked to submit their
applications immediately to the State Bar of Michigan Committee on
Character and Fitness. 306 Townsend St., Lansing, Michigan 48933. 0
Shapiro's savings bond pitch
University staff members found a memo from President Harold Shapiro
in their mailboxes yesterday urging them to consider enrolling in the
University's Payroll Deductions Savings Plan for the purchase of Series EE
United States Savings Bonds. Shapiro, whose fiscal forecasts conducted with
Economics Department Chairman Saul Hymans, Economics Prof. E. Philip
Howrey, and researcher Joan Crary have painted a dreary picture for the
nation's economy in recent months, noted that in these inflationary times
"setting aside a part of your earnings is not an easy task to accomplish."
The president suggested that the savings bond program "does not remove
all the pain of saving a part of your earnings; but with a minimum deduction
of $6.25, it does make it easier by providing a consistent method to save for
future needs." University Vice President and Chief Financial Officer James
Brinkerhoff said the savings bond pitch occurs annually and is part of the
University's obligation to provide support for the program. He added that
the program has the beneficial effect of dampening inflation as well. 0
On the outside
Skies will be partly cloudy and temperatures will continue to be unsea-
sonably cool. Today's high should reach 55°. 0
Happenings
FILMS
Public Health-Noontime Film Fest, The Center of the Equation, British
Way of Health, 12:10 p.m., SPH II.
Cinema Guild-Adam's Rib, 7:30,9:30 p.m., Old Arch. Aud.
AAFC-Ecstacy of Sculpter Steiner, La Soufriere, 7 p.m.; Strozek, 8:40
p.m., MLB 3; Pinocchio, 7, 10:20 p.m.; 5000 Fingers of Dr. T, 8:40 p.m.,
MLB4.
Ann Arbor Advocates for Safe Alternatives in Childbirth-Film
Festival, 7:30 p.m., Wesley Foundation, 602 E. Huron.
MISCELLANEOUS
Ark-Joe Mambus, The New Nash Ramblers with Cheryl Dawdy,
9 p.m., 1421 Hill.
Cntr. for S. and S.E. Asian Studies-1st Michigan Conference on S. and
S.E. Asia, 10 a.m.4:30 p.m., Michigan League.
Applied Mechanics Seminar-J. C. W. Cien, Synthesis and
Characterization of Electrical Conducting Polymers, 4 p.m., 3005 Chem.

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Volume XC, No. 2-S
Friday, May 9, 1980
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