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July 06, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 38) • Page Image 1

…Vol. LXXXIX, No. 38-S The chigan Daily Friday, July 6, 1979 Sixteen Pages Ann Arbor, Michigan Ten Cents Unpaid parking tickets BY JOHN GOYER Motorists who fail to pay parking tickets may have the response will be prompt," he said. their driver's licenses suspended if City Council passes Laidlaw noted that motorists responc a new parking ordinance, tentatively approved Mon- tickets for moving violations such as day night, aimed at reducing the...…

July 07, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 39) • Page Image 1

…Vol. LXXXIX, No. 39-S urday, July7, 1979 Twelve Pages Ann Arbor, Michigan Ten Cents MEAT PRICES, UNEMPLOYMENT FALL Dual economic boosts reported WASHINGTON (AP) - A surge in jobs for white teen-agers pushed the nation's unemployment rate to a five- year low of 5.6 per cent in dune while a drop in wholesale meat prices signaled some relief this summer for inflation- battered shoppers, the government said yesterday. The dual bright economic rep...…

July 10, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 40) • Page Image 1

… The Michigan Daily in Ten Cents Ann Arbor, Michigo AP Phot, PRESIDENT CARTER met with congressional leaders and others to discuss energy and other domestic matters yesterday at the presidential retreat at Camp David, Md. Carter announced that Saudi Arabia will "substantially" raise crude oil produc- tion which could result in an increase in fuel supplies and slightly lower prices. Stolen bikes: 3 Vol. LXXXIX, No. 40-S Twelve Pages Carter...…

July 11, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 41) • Page Image 1

…Vol. LXXXIX, No. 41-S TcWednesday,Julyi1, 1979 Twelve Pages Ann Arbor, Michigan Ten Cents AND DECIDES AGAINST TAX CUTS Carter fixes lifting gas controls WASHINGTON (AP) - President Carter has decided against lifting federal price controls on gasoline and feels it is too soon to consider using tax cuts to counter the anticipated recession, spokesman Jody Powell said yesterday. Carter and three Cabinet members met yesterday at Camp David with b...…

July 12, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 42) • Page Image 1

…Vol. LXXXIX, no. 42-S C TsaJ1n Twelve Pages Ann Arbor, Michigan Ten Cents Carter hears more experts; Cam David (0 sumnut may end soon THE MICHIGAN THEATRE was officially purchased yesterday by the Michigan Community Theatre Corporation. The largest theatre in Ann Ar- bor, built in 1927, will be used as a community theatre, and the group plans to restore the building to its original condition within three years. Non-profit corporation buys Mic...…

July 13, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 43) • Page Image 1

…Vol. LXXXIX, No. 43-S YCtFriday, July 13, 1979 Sixteen Pages Ann Arbor, Michigan Ten Cents JUDGE RULES IN BLACK ENGLISH CASE Schools must consider dialect Landmark ruling says black dialect not 'barrier' By ELEONORA DILISCIA with UPI reports A federal judge ruled yesterday that the Ann Arbor school district must devise a plan to identify children who speak a black dialect and teach them standard English. Attorneys who brought suit on behalf o...…

July 14, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 44) • Page Image 1

…Vol. LXXXIX, No. 44-S The 1\Ilc'higar aily Soturday, July 14, 1979 twelve Pages Ann Arbor, Michigan Ten Cents 'U' MAY FACE BUDGET CUTS, TUITION HIKES Legislature OKs funding levels ..._.- a . From UPI and staff reports The state legislature approved a $146.37 million appropriation figure for the University yesterday, in a budget finalizing session before the lawmakers' summer recess. University executive officers will hammer out the budget ...…

July 17, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 45) • Page Image 1

…Vol. LXXXIX, No. 45-S ThM chign Daiy Tuesday, July 17, 1979 e Micigan a ly Twelve Pages Ann Arbor, Michigan Ten Cents SPEAKS TO UNION IN COBO ARENA arter stresses nat'1 unity Lor, business, consumer coalition By JOHN GOYER With Wire Service Reports Stressing a new unity among the private sector, President Carter ad- dressed an enthusiastic gathering of the Communications Workers of America (CWA) in Detroit yesterday, tacking yet another adden...…

July 18, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 46) • Page Image 1

…Vol. LXXXIX, No. 46-S Wednesday, July18, 1979 Twelve Pages Ann Arbor, Michigan Ten Cents President's Cabinet offers resignations Reports say Carter asked aides to quit From AP and UPI WASHINGTON-President Carter received offers of resigna- tion from his entire Cabinet and senior White House staff yester- day in a stunning effort to revive his troubled presidency. Some reports indicated that Carter requested the resignations. A formal White Ho...…

July 19, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 47) • Page Image 1

…Theichig n D ily Vol. LXXXIX, No. 47-S ThCsda, Jly 9, 97 4s Twelve Pages Ann Arbor, Michigan Ten Cents CA R TER STILL CONSIDERS OTHER RESIGNA TIONS Jordan named chief of Am, . staff Carter meets with Harris; no word on her future WASHINGTON (AP)-President Carter named Hamilton Jordan as White House chief of staff yesterday, but there was no word on the future of the members of his Cabinet who handed over their resignations. In elevating Jord...…

July 20, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 48) • Page Image 1

…T he MVol. XXXIX, No. 48-5 T heLVJI.VILFriday, July 20, 1979 Twelve Pages Ann Arbor, Michigan Ten Cents Presidential search breeds 'U' speculation By JULIE ENGEBRECHT year approaches, the community is curious, if not said three candidates were left in the running: Shapiro, A Daily News Analysis anxious, to find out who will lead the University into Frye, and one former dean at the University. Another Speculation by members of the University co...…

July 21, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 49) • Page Image 1

…ly Th Mich n I Vol. LXXXIX, No. 49-S he Mi igan Daiy Twelve Pages Ann Arbor, Michigan Ten Cents Schlesiger, damsto o I '.00k ,Carter 'pleased' withfive dismissals From AP and UPI Reports WASHINGTON - President Carter dismissed Energy Secretary James Schlesinger and Transportation Secretary Brock Adams yesterday and said he is "well pleased with all the changes" he has made in the top level of his administration. In the week-long shake-up Cart...…

July 24, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 50) • Page Image 1

…Thechgn D ily Vol. LXXXIX, No.0-S Tuesday, July 24, 1979 Twelve Pages Ann Arbor, Michigan Ten Cents Hospital to get second review By JOHN GOYER Under threat of a lawsuit from regional health planners, the Univer- sity yesterday agreed to postpone for the third time state approval of plans for a new hospital. The delay allows the regional health planning group time for a second review of the University Hospital replacement project. Regional pl...…

July 25, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 51) • Page Image 1

… The Michigan Daily Ann Arbor, Michigan Ten Cents Vol. LXXXIX, Na. 51-S Wednesday, July 25, 1979 Twelve Pages 9 House defeats bid to prohibit busing WASHINGTON (AP)-The House yesterday decisively killed a proposed constitutional amendment aimed at eliminating busing as a tactic used to end school segregation. On a vote of 216-109 the amendment failed to win even majority support. The proposal needed a two thirds en- dorsement to survive and...…

July 26, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 52) • Page Image 1

…ly r he M chtg n t Vol. LXXXIX, No. 52-S M ic igan Daily Twelve Pages LiAnn Arbor, Michigan Ten Cents Rationin g bilcollapses in] Housel WASHINGTON (UPI) - Democratic efforts to provide President Carter with his sought-after emergency standby gasoline rationing plan collapsed in the House last night with members voting to adopt a cumbersome amendment that would hinder any rationing plan from ever going into effect. In a vote - which clearly c...…

July 27, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 53) • Page Image 1

…'1" Vol. L.XXXIX, No. 53-S Che Mih an ai Friday July 27, 1979 Sixteen Pages Ann Arbor, Michigan Ten Cents Regents to name Shapiro University president today Econ prof, academics VP to be new 'U' chief By JULIE ENGEBRECHT Harold Shapiro, currently University Vice-President for Academic Affairs, will be named University president this morn- ing, many reliable sources indicated yesterday. A meeting of the University's Board of Regents was schedu...…

July 28, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 54) • Page Image 1

…The. Michiga n Daily Ann Arbor, Michigan Ten Cents Shapiro to assur presidency Jan Dai ly hotoM by LIS K S0 presient f th Uniersit at speial eetin of he Uiverity Bard f Reents "x MM 0 Daily Photo by LISA KLAUSNEKf UNIVERSITY VICE-PRESIDENT for Academic Affairs Harold Shapiro yesterday was named the 10th permanent president of the University at a special meeting of the University Board of Regents. PRESIDENT-ELECT TO CONSULT COLLEAGUES: Shapiro ...…

July 31, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 55) • Page Image 1

…FT he M cht . D Ily Vol. LXXXIX, No. 55-S The Michigan Daily 3 Twelve Pages plus Supplement. Ann Arbor, Michigan Ten Cents Conflict, silence marked presidential search By LEONARD BERNSTEIN and JULIE ENGEBRECHT The announcement last Friday that Harold Shapiro would be the University's next president culminated months of silence virtually unbroken by those involved in the search: the University Board of Regents and its three presidential select...…

July 06, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 38) • Page Image 2

…Pa - 2-Fridav Julyb, y1979-The Michigan Doily Dems plan mail campaign to dra (Continued from Page1) for the Democratic nomination. Kennedy for president," the letter says. a candidate later. And Kennedy has "Nevertheless, we are firmly convin- "THEREFORE, our job... is to done nothing directly to stop the ced that he would run - under one very start the ball rolling in this unique, fir- various draft movements that have special condition," W...…

July 07, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 39) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Saturday, July 7, 1979-The Michigan Daily Meal priees, unemployment fall ..MM. (Contiued fromPage 1) sumers also paid off $24.3 billion, meaning that short-term credit in- creased $3.7 billion for the month, up to a total of $287.6 billion. SHORT-TERM debt, which includes credit cards and auto loans, plays a key SPECIAL CHAIR ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP)-The Metho- dist Medical Center machine shop has designed a special wheelchair to lac- com...…

July 10, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 40) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Tuesday, July 10, 1979-The Michigan Daily July is hottest month for stolen bikes (Continued from Page1) very high if we have the proper iden- He also suggested a bicycle owner et- will leave that bike downtown and steal serial numbers and1 tification," said Ann Arbor Police ch his or her driver's license number on another one for the ride back to State police. We'll take Major Robert Whittaker. Proper iden- the frame. Etching tools are ...…

July 11, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 41) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Wednesday, July 11, 1979-The Michigan Daily Camp David discussions continue (Continued from Page i2 Currently gasoline costs coming from the refinery and at the service station pump are' controlled by complicated federal regulations which limit the in- creases which can be passed on to con- sumers. One increased cost that can be passed on is higher payments by oil companies for foreign crude oil. The issue of deregulating gasoline pric...…

July 12, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 42) • Page Image 2

…Page 2--Thursday, July 12, 1979-The Michigan Daily PR ESIDENTIA L SPEECH IN WORKS Carter's domestic summit may be completed soon (Contnued from Pa,1 capital to hash out with'him the range of domestic problems facing the coun- try. In addition to government figures and economic and energy experts, the par- ticipants included civil rights leaders, sociologists, and religious authorities. Once the conferences end, one of those aides likely to be...…

July 13, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 43) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Friday, July 13. 1979-The Michigan Daily Carter announces speech, leaves secretly WASHINGTON (AP) - President Carter left Camp David unannounced late last night to seek advice from private citizens before an address to the nation Sunday that could be, for his political future, a make-or-break speech. In the address, Carter will outline new directions in domestic policy. THE WHITE HOUSE refused to say where Carter went, but ABC-TV repor...…

July 14, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 44) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Saturday, July 14, 1979-The Michigan Daily DEMANDS FREQUENT INSPECTIONS {Contin the aircraft req 1,500, and 3,00 airlines to put nell Douglas C Government allows DC-10s to fly again ued from Pageit regrettable and we at McDonnell Chicago crash. luired every 100, 300, 900, Douglas are happy to have our DC-10s An investigation of the Chicago crash The FAA also called for McDonnell 0 hours will encourage back where they belong - in the a...…

July 17, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 45) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Tuesday, July 17, 1979-The Michigan Daily HIGH-PLACED SOURCES SAY SOMOZA MAY RESIGN Supporters in business, gov't leave area GOVERNMENT sources said MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) - Somoza met in the bunker with junior IN SEVERAL buildings in the children. They have not had Frantic officials and business national guard officers including his headquarters compoudn, government six weeks ... and the govern associates of the dying Somoza regime so...…

July 18, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 46) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Wednesday, July 18, 1979-The Michigan Daily GOV. GRAHAM SIGNS DEATH WARRANT Florida prisoner to get electric chair FrmUPI and AP TALLAHASSEE, Fla.-Gov. Bob Graham signed the fifth death warrant of his administration yesterday, or- dering convicted murderer Howard Virgil Lee Douglas to die in Florida's electric chair next week. Execution wasset for7a.m. July 26.' John Spenkelink, the first prisoner put to death in the United States in m...…

July 19, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 47) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Thursday, July 19, 1979-The Michigan Daily MAY BE UNCONSTITUTIONAL Bill calls for divesting S. African stock By ADRIENNE LYONS A bill which would force the Univer- sity to divest its holdings in firms doing business in South Africa was introduced in the state House of Representatives last Friday. Several state and Univer- sity officials say it is unconstitutional. The bill, introduced to the legislature by Rep. Perry Bullard (ID-Ann Ar...…

July 20, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 48) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Friday, July 20, 1979-The Michigan Daily Engin prof repeats tenure review request 'Coninued from Page,' had tried to avoid publicity. All appeals that I would receive a tenure review." "Regents have the responsi of due process is prompting the action, have been denied. He plans to pursue Electrical Engineering Prof. Alan see that.. . peer review is main according to Lax. the case until he is satisfied with the Macneespoke at the request...…

July 21, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 49) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Saturday, July 21, 1979-The Michigan Daily Califano's absence may aid Carter in south ..oinai~oiiae ,.. North Carolina probably thinks so," the aide said. HEW THREATENED last winter to withhold some $90 million in federal funds from North Carolina's state universities, and began laying down deadlines for the state to reorganize its system of colleges and universities. The agency claimed the state's higher educational system encourage...…

July 24, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 50) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Tuesday, July 24, 1979-The Michigan Daily CARTER CALLS EVALUATIONS 'NECESSARY': President's staff gets pep talk WASHINGTON (AP) - President Carter told some 300 members of the White House staff yesterday they have nothing to fear from controversial evaluation forms if they are competent, work hard, and are loyal. Carter associates, who asked not to be named, said this was one message the president relayed to subordinates at a pep talk ...…

July 25, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 51) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Wednesday. July 25, 1979-The Michigan Daily Florida convict granted stay of TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - Convicted Supreme Court of the United States. It state in 12 years to execute a convicted killer Howard Virgil Lee Douglas won a is not my intention to stay the killer against his will when John stay of execution yesterday, just two proceedings indefinitely," Krentzman Spenkelink, who had murdered a drif- days before he was to die in the elect...…

July 26, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 52) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Thursday, July 26, 1979-The Michigan Daily Art Fair browsers, artists adapt to rain (Continuedtrom Page 1) rain on sales. Printing on price tags was somtimes blurred by water spots, but the buyers and sellers never took time out for a rain delay. Sales started outlwell yesterday mor- ning, but when the showers started "the crowds sort of disappeared into testaurants," according to Tom Paar. From his booth, displaying abstract collages,...…

July 27, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 53) • Page Image 2

…7 Page 2-Friday, July 27, 1979-The Michigan Daily Bantam-weight tank and running short: step-for-step companions for Mr. J. Extremely light and comfortable on the hottest days. Tri-color top merges nylon with airy cotton mesh, in royal or beige with red and white. S-M-L sizes, $9. Nylon tricot short has elasticized waist and support with inner cotton brief. Red or royal, S-M-L-XL, $9. f ,,... 'L,', ^ 1 0. N 1 '3r' . o . { . n [[ ; .'.'a tt ....…

July 28, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 54) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Saturday, July 28, 1979-The Michigan Daily NOJUMP BALL CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP)- During the 1978-79 basketball season, the Atlantic Coast Conference did not use a jump ball. Instead, it alternated possession out of bounds. "I think it was making the best of a bad situation," commented Virginia Coach Terry Holland. "It was just too tough for a 5-10 official to throw the ball up properly between two seven-foot centers. I would much rath...…

July 31, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 55) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Tuesday, July 31, 1979-The Michigan Daily Conflict, silence marked presidential search (Continued from Page 1) alone.' On Oct. 24, MSA reviewed its boycott because student interviewing privileges with the candidates had been denied. The faculty and alumni search groups continued to participate in the selection process. The search went on for the next three weeks without student involvement. While alumni and faculty groups worked on do...…

July 06, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 38) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Friday July 6, 1979-Page 3 ACLU charges FBI with role in slaying From AP and UPI The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed a $2 million suit yesterday charging the FBI was responsible for the 1966 slaying of Civil Rights worker, Viola Liuzzo and tried to cover up its involvement. The suit, filed on behalf of Liuzzo's family, charged that the killing resulted from the illegal ac- tivities-authorized by the FBI-of Ku Kl...…

July 07, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 39) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Saturday, July 7, 1979-Page 3 Malaysian protesters want U.S. to take more 'boat people' KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) - Malaysian protesters demonstrated outside the U.S. Embassy yesterday and called on President Carter to open America's gates wider to "boat people" refugges. Two hundred protesters demon- strated outside the U.S. Embassy and complained that Washington was ac- cepting lawyers, engineers, and other skilled refu...…

July 10, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 40) • Page Image 3

…Daily Photo by LISA KLAUSNER MICHIGAN ABORTION RIGHTS Action League (MARAL) President Lorraine Beebe offered her opinions on right-to-lifers last night at the Washtenaw County chapter of MARAL meeting. Abortion rights face three threats, says ex-senator The Michigan Daily--Tuesday, July 10, 1979-Page 3 'U' Regents discuss possible presidents By JULIE ENGEBRECHT when Regent David Laro (R-Flint) The University Board of Regents met remarked in l...…

July 11, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 41) • Page Image 3

…Tw' sweltf natur New S Con power mer. quick You n GIT and c; The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, July 11;1979-Page 3 COOL SUMMER KEEPS ENERGY DEMAND LOW Another N.Y. blackout unlikely From The Associated Press capacity to meet demand." He said report filed with the Federal Energy delay in the return to service of several o years ago Friday, on a several upstate plants have been added Regulatory Commission on June 29 that nuclear facilities, includi...…

July 12, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 42) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, July 12, 1979-Page 3 State panel considers 'U' funding cutbacks By ADRIENNE LYONS A joint House-Senate conference committee met for the second time yesterday in Lansing, but did not reach an agreement on a final level for state appropriation to colleges and univer- sities. University officials, however, said they are optimistic final cutbacks will be smaller than those recommended. ASSISTANT University Vice- Presi...…

July 13, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 43) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Friday, July 13, 1979-Page 3 Michigan colleges consider new regimes MTU names head Engineeringa ved as head HOUGHTON (UPI) - Michigan Departmentl Tecinological University's Board of A'nativeo Control yesterday named Dr. Dale joined the 1 Stein as the school's seventh president. faculty in 196' Stein, 42, succeeds Dr. Raymond of minera Smith, who is retiring after 15 years as engineering. the university's chief executive off...…

July 14, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 44) • Page Image 3

…S. Africans fined for 'illegal' employees JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (AP) -Stiff new fines for employing "illegal" black workers went into effect yesterday in South Africa. Civil rights advocates warned the measure could cause unemployment and starvation, but some officials said effects would be less harsh. From now on, whites whose black employees do not have proper documents allowing them to be in white areas of the country will be liable fo...…

July 17, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 45) • Page Image 3

…Recession may threaten 'U' By ADRIENNE LYONS The possibility of a recession is a threat to the 9.3 per cent increase in funding the University is slated to receive from the state, a University official said yesterday. Meanwhile, University officials are feverishly working on a budget package for the new ap- propriations to present to the Board of Regents at the meeting on Thursday. UNIVERSITY VICE-PRESIDENT for State Relations Richard Kennedy...…

July 18, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 46) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, July 18, 1979-Page 3 U housin program aims to cut costs By TIM YAGLE panel composed of housing department supervisors. A Tanner said she is expecting many suggestions from Two University secretaries each received approxi- cost analysis is then made to determine how much part-time student employees, because "they are sharp mately $350 at an awards banquet yesterday in money can be saved if the suggestion is impleme...…

July 19, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 47) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, July 19, 1979--Page 3 'U' Regent named to Carter campaign committee By JULIE ENGEBRECHT University Regent Robert Nederlan- der (D-Birmingham) was named co- chairman of the state finance commit- tee for the Jimmy Carter-Walter Mon- dale 1980 re-election bid, a national campaign official said yesterday. Nederlander's appointment was made by John Dalton, treasurer of the Democratic National Committee. The 46-year-old...…

July 20, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 48) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily--Friday, July 20, 1979-Page 3 POSSIBLE OPEN MEETINGS ACT VIOLATIONS Black English appeal questioned By ELEONORA DI LISCIA Members of the Ann Arbor School Board may be forced to vote again on whether to appeal the recent Black English decision, if the school board's attorney decides the meeting violated state open meeting laws. School board president Kathy Dan- nemiller yesterday claimed the closed portion of Wednesday night...…

July 21, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 49) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Saturday, July21, 1979-Page 3 PR EVIOUS VOTE ON APPEAL QUESTIONED A2 School Board votes on Black By ADRIENNE LYONS The Ann Arbor School Board decided to schedule a special meeting today to vote again on whether to appeal the recent Black English decision, since the board's president declared the original vote violated the state's Open Meeting Act. School Board President Kathy Dan- nemiller said she declared Wed- nesday's v...…

July 24, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 50) • Page Image 3

…Five sue By JOHN GOYER Five men who sought firefighting positions with the city have filed a lawsuit in Washtenaw County Circuit Court, claiming they were discriminated against in the hiring process. The city has agreed not to hire any more firefighters until the suit is resolved. THE FIVE MEN, all city residents, claim many of the questions on the job application are illegal. They also claim they should have been placed higher on the eligibil...…

July 25, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 51) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, July 25, 1979--Page 3' 'U' prof analyzes Mideast after trip to Israel, By ADRIENNE LYONS The United States is in a "major foreign policy phase" of trade-offs in its relationships with the Middle East, said a University professor, who recently returned from a conference in Israel. Political Science Prof. Raymond Tanter noted that "there is a rhythm in American foreign policy." Tanter ad- ded that currently "Israel...…

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